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NEW MONDAY, SKY ATLANTIC, 9PM, 1 OF 7 John Adams The story of the 'forgotten man' of the American presidency - John Adams, the politician who came after Washington and before Jefferson, yet didn't get his fizzog carved into Mount Rushmore. Based on David McCullough's Pulitzer Prize-winning book, it stars Paul Giamatti, Laura Linney, Stephen Tompkinson and David Morse.

SUNDAY, BBC1, 2.55PM Sportscene: Falkirk v Celtic A Scottish Communities League Cup Final place is at stake in this semi-final tie. Rob MacLean is in the studio while Celtic's Scott Brown, left, plays.

SUNDAY, MORE 4, 7.10PM NEW The TV Book Club Meera Syal, Dave Spikey, Laila Rouass and Caroline Quentin critique a tome each week. First up is bestseller Before I Go To Sleep by SJ Watson.

SUNDAY, BBC2, 10.45PM God Bless Ozzy Osbourne Bat biting rock star, reality television star and family man. A documentary the charts the life of the Black Sabbath frontman who rocked hard.

MONDAY, BBC1, 4.30PM Helen's Polar Challenge - Blue Peter Special Follows Helen Skelton's 500-mile challenge to the South Pole, for Sport Relief 2012 as she battles minus 50C temperatures.

WEDNESDAY, NAT GEO, 9PM Shackleton's Whisky A stash of Scotch left in the Antarctic by Ernest Shackleton 100 years ago was found in 2007. Analysed by Scottish boffins, they were 'blown away' by it.

MONDAY, BBC1, 11.05PM Late 'n' Live Four-part series reveals what has made Edinburgh's Late 'n' Live one of the world's most notorious comedy clubs. With Jason Byrne, left, and Shappi Khorsandi.

FRIDAY, STV, 8PM Moviejuice Grant Lauchlan looks at Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, starring Michael Caine, new drama Martha Marcy May Marlene, and Jamie Bell stars in new thriller Man on a Ledge.

TUESDAY, BBC1, 9PM NEW Prisoners' Wives Former Hollyoaks actress Emma Rigby stars as innocent Gemma whose perfect world is rocked with the arrest of her husband on suspicion of murder.

FRIDAY, BBC ALBA, 8.30PM Alba 1984 The miners' strike, Robert Mugabe in Scotland and tunes from Prince, the Bluebells and Band Aid feature. Brilliant nostalgia - not just for Gaelic speakers.
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Date:Jan 28, 2012
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