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Monday, 28 September 2009

The TV Week - Saturday Oct 3rd - Friday Oct 9th

8.15pm Gandhi BBC2 - The first of three programmes examining the life and legacy of Mahatma Gandh hosted by Journalist and newsreader Mishal Husain.
9.00pm Emma BBC1 - Four-part adaptation of the Jane Austen classic by BAFTA award-winning writer Sandy Welch. Rich, independent and kind-spirited, Emma Woodhouse delights in matchmaking those around her. Once she has married off her close companions, she alights upon the pretty Harriet Smith to fashion into her new playmate and ally. Against the warnings of family friend Mr Knightley, Emma persuades Harriet that she is too good for her suitor, the farmer Robert Martin, and encourages her to set her sights higher.
9.00pm House Sky One - Series 6 of the American medical drama starring Hugh Laurie
10.00pm Fringe Sky One - Series 2 of the US sci-fi drama.
9.15am Hellicopter Hereos BBC1
9.00pm Criminal Justice BBC1 - Second series of the thriller taking a journey into the criminal justice system. Juliet Miller's life is turned upside down after an incident that leaves her family fighting for life, love and survival. From the outside, Joe and Juliet Miller seem to have perfect lives: designer house, Joe's dazzling career as a top barrister, Juliet's enviable job as stay-at-home-mum to 13-year-old Ella - but all is not what it seems. A shocking incident occurs and Juliet is plunged into the criminal justice system. Starring Maxine Peake, Matthew Mcfadyen, Dennis Lawson. Airs all week on BBC1
10.35pm The Graham Norton Show BBC1 - The chatshow moves to BBC1 with guests Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne, Oliva Newton John and Ricky Gervais.
8.00pm Stargate Universe Sky One - New Sci-fi series starring Robert Caryle. Part 2 airs at 9.00pm.
10.00pm Its Only a Theroy BBC4 - Comedians Andy Hamilton and Reginald D Hunter host a series in which qualified professionals and experts submit their theories about life, the universe and everything for examination by a panel of Hamilton, Hunter and a guest celebrity, who then make a final decision on whether the theory is worth keeping.
10.35pm Black Market Britain ITV1 - A look at how the counterfeit racket has become an profitable buisness.
8.00pm The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards ITV1
8.00pm Gossip Girl ITV2 - Series 3 of the American teen drama.
10.00pm True Blood Channel 4 - Popular US Vampire series set in a society where humans and vampires co-exist, Sookie Stackhouse can hear people's thoughts but when vampire Bill Compton walks into the bar where she works, Sookie realises that she can't 'hear' what he's thinking.
11.20pm Generation Kill Channel 4 - US drama series from the creators of the Wire sed on the award-winning book by Rolling Stone reporter Ewan Wright who was embedded with the 1st Recon Marines during the first wave of the American-led assault on Baghdad in 2003, and recorded his shared experiences with the soldiers.
9.00pm Bones Sky One - Series 5 of the US drama series. Cyndi Lauper guest stars.
10.00pm Lie to Me Sky One - Series 2 of the US drama series.
9.00pm Rude Tube Channel 4 - Series 2 of the show that brings viewers the world's most popular, brilliant, inspired, funny, bizarre and downright rude internet clips. Hosted by Alex Zane.

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