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A History of Celtic Britain Thursday, BBC 2, 9pm After presenting Coast, A History of Scotland and A History of Ancient Britain, there can't be many places left in the UK Neil Oliver hasn't visited. This time, he focuses on the Celts. In the first episode, he goes diving looking for a 3000-year-old copper treasure and explores an ancient copper mine in North Wales.

The Crimson Petal And The White Wednesday, BBC2,9pm Set in the Victorian era, this adaptation of Scottish-based Michael Faber's acclaimed novel follows the story of Sugar, a prostitute who dreams of becoming a novelist. Wealthy businessmanWilliamRackham sets her up as his mistress but doesn't realise she is hatching a plan which could change all their lives forever. With Romola Garai and Chris O'Dowd.

Have I Got News for You Friday, BBC1, 9pm The comedy current affairs show is back for a new run in its, wait for it, 41st series. It celebrates the landmark with Jack Dee in the host's chair. The professionally grumpy comic has appeared as a host more times than anyone, except Alexander Armstrong. Among the guests will be Richard Madeley with team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 3, 2011
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