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Monday, 5 October 2009

The TV Week - Saturday 10th - Friday 16th October

7.00pm You've Been Framed ITV1
7.30pm Harry Hill's TV Burp ITV1
10.00pm Peirs Morgan's Life Stories ITV1 - Second series of the chatshow
10.15pm The South Bank Show ITV1 - A look at Pixar
9.00pm Life BBC1- David Attenborough narrates a wildlife series. In nature, living long enough to breed is a monumental struggle, and many animals and plants go to extremes to give themselves a chance. Three brother cheetahs band together to bring down a huge ostrich, bottle-nosed dolphins trap fish in a ring of mud, the Strawberry frog carries a tadpole high into a tree and drops it in a water-filled bromeliad, and chinstrap penguins undertake a heroic and tragic journey through the broken ice to get out to sea.
8.00pm Nature Shock Five - Third series of the nature series starting with the The Whale and the Great White.
9.00pm Around the World in Eighty-Days BBC1 - In a re-enactment of Jules Verne's literary odyssey, six pairs of celebrities race against the clock to raise money for 2009's BBC Children in Need. They form a global relay to circumnavigate the world in 80 days without flying. The first leg of this epic journey sees Frank Skinner and Lee Mack travelling from the Reform Club in London to Turkey.
9.00pm Joan Collins does Glamour ITV1 - The actress makes over British families starting with three generations of one Plymouth family. Gran Eileen and mum Mary want to look the best they can for daughter Holli's 16th birthday party. Joan believes that being glamorous does not have involve bags of time and money.
9.00pm The Force Channel 4 - Three-part documentary series following the work of the Hampshire Constabulary.
10.35pm Dishing the Dirt ITV1 - Series which takes a critical look at Britain's seventy billion pound food industry and examines what really goes on behind closed doors in restaurants and takeaways.
8.00pm Modern Family Sky1 - New American comedy series cellebrating the drama and dysfunction of three left-field families.
9.00pm Cutting Edge: The Red Lion Channel 4 - Filmaker Sue Bourne looks into the plight of Britain's Pub industry.
10.00pm Hung More4 - American Comedy/drama former following high school sports legend; now a 40-something basketball coach, and an embittered shadow of the man he once was. The team he coaches is on a losing streak, his wife has left him for a wealthy dermatologist and he is struggling to provide for his teenage kids.
10.55pm Curb Your Enthusiasm More4 - The seventh series of the Comedy series starring Larry Daivd.
9.00pm Have I Got News For You? BBC1 - Return of the news quiz with guest host Martin Clunes.
9.30pm The Armstrong & Miller Show BBC1 - Second series of the sketch show starring Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong.

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