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Wednesday, 20 May 2009

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Wallander BBC1 – Three more films starring Kenneth Branagh as Swedish detective Inspector Kurt Wallander.

MTV Movie Awards 2009 Monday 1 June 2009, MTV – Andy Samberg hosts the ceremony from the Gibson Amphitheatre in California.

Wild at Heart ITV1 – Fifth 10-part series of the Africa-based drama starring Stephen Tompkinson and Dawn Steele.

The Night Watch BBC2 – One-off drama adaptation of the Sarah Waters novel by Paula Milne, The drama is set in wartime London, featuring four Londoners coping with air-raids and blackouts.

Young, Unemployed and Lazy BBC3 – Pilot sitcom set in a working-class couple's bedroom, starring Russell Tovey, Sarah Solemani and Kerry Howard. Written by Stefan Golaszewski.

The McCain Track and Field Show Channel 4 – A 12-part series showcasing potential stars of Team GB at the 2012 Olympics.

House Wreck Rescue Discovery Real Time – Ten-parter in which Gary McCausland and Zilpah Hartley follow people taking on renovation projects.

Tommy's Fix Your House for Free Discovery – Ten-parter in which Tommy Walsh and Liam Collins give homes a makeover.

Mum Knows Best BBC2 – A six-part series featuring the Hairy Bikers as they cook dishes that have been passed down the generations.

Banged To Wrights Sky1 – Six-part series in which former footballer Ian Wright coaches young offenders.

How The Earth Made Us BBC2 – A six-part series in which Professor Iain Stewart examines some of the major natural events in history.

Life Class: Today's Nude Channel 4 – Five-part painting masterclass.

Dive BBC2 – Two-part drama starring Aisling Loftus as Lindsey a diver who gets pregnant as she is preparing to become an Olympics competitor. Stars Gina McKee, Joseph Mawle, Eddie Marsan and Jack O’Connell. Writen by Dominic Savage

Money BBC2 – A two-part adaptation of Martin Amis' 1980s novel about a hedonistic advertising director making his first movie in New York. Written by Tom Butterworth and Chris Hurford.

Watchdog BBC1 – Anne Robinson rejoins the relaunched consumer rights magazine, replacing Julia Bradbury and Nicky Campbell as presenter.

The Sarah Ferguson Project ITV1 – Series following the Duchess of York as she tries to revive community spirit on a housing estate.

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