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ITV HD schedure - 15-27th Feb
Feb 15th, 2009, 10:58am
 
Sunday 15th February 2009
FA Cup 5th Round Derby County v Manchester United (football) - 4.30pm
Steve Rider introduces live fifth-round FA Cup action as Derby County entertain 11 times-winners Manchester United at Pride Park. Commentary comes from Clive Tyldesley and Jim Beglin with studio analysis from Andy Townsend and pitchside reports from Gabriel Clarke. The sixth round draw, is also live from the FAís headquarters at Soho Square and hosted by Jim Rosenthal follows the match.  
 
Sunday 15th February 2009
Wild at Heart (drama) - 8.30pm to 9.30pm
Du Plessis drops a bombshell when he announces heís going to England to live with Caroline and wonít be returning. Rosie investigates the plight of an agoraphobic lion and uncovers a shocking case of animal cruelty - but just how far is she prepared to go to save the animals?
 
Monday 16th February 2009
American Pie (film) - 10.35pm
At a high school party, four friends find that losing their collective virginity isnít as easy as they thought, so enter into a pact to be the first to íscoreí as the senior prom looms. This crude but hilarious comedy from first-time director Paul Weitz contains some outrageous set pieces.
 
Wednesday 18th February 2009
American Pie 2 (film) - 10.35pm
Action-packed teen comedy sequel in which a group of friends are reunited after their freshman year of college and embark upon a series of comical adventures when they rent a summer house on Lake Michigan.
 
Thursday 19th February 2009
Billy Connolly Journey to the Edge of the World (documentary) - 9.00pm
Billy Connolly goes on an entertaining journey through some of the more remote regions of Canada, travelling from the Atlantic to the Pacific via the fabled North West Passage. On the first leg of his voyage, he discovers some surprising Old World traditions in the New Worlds of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
 
Sunday 22nd February 2009
Wild at Heart (drama) - 8.30pm to 9.30pm
When Georgina brands Du Plessis as South Africaís version of Crocodile Dundee, his new-found fame goes to his head and puts an animalís welfare in jeopardy. A young man who tells Danny that a lioness at Leopardís Den is his pet goes to extreme lengths to get what he wants.
 
Monday 23rd February 2009
Law & Order: UK (drama) - 9.00pm
Crime drama based on the hit US series Law and Order. DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin must investigate when the evacuation of a London hospital leads to the discovery of a tragic death. The trail takes them to Kings Cross, where redevelopment of the area is affecting a number of local residents - but could any of them be involved? The Crown Prosecutors are working hard with the police to ensure that the case is tried, but they have reckoned without the silver-tongued Robert Ridley QC.
 
Tuesday 24th February 2009
UEFA Champions League: Inter Milan v Manchester United (sport) - 7.30pm
Steve Rider introduces live coverage from the San Siro in Milan of the first knock-out round, first leg match between Jose Mourinhoís Inter Milan and defending champions Manchester United. Mourinhoís Porto side beat United at this stage in 2003-04 on the way to winning the trophy. With commentary by Peter Drury and Jim Beglin, studio analysis from Andy Townsend and Teddy Sheringham, and pitchside reports from Gabriel Clarke.
 
Thursday 26th February 2009
Billy Connolly Journey to the Edge of the World (documentary) - 9.00pm
Billy Connolly continues his entertaining journey through some of the more remote regions of Canada, travelling from the Atlantic to the Pacific via the fabled North West Passage. On this leg of the trip, he goes through Baffin Island, home of the hardy Inuit, and explores some of the most spectacular and remote scenery on the planet.
 
Friday 27th February 2009
Moving Wallpaper - 9.00pm
Second series of the TV-based comedy. The production team from Moving Wallpaper face a new challenge to come up with a hit show for ITV. Cornish surfing soap Echo Beach has been cancelled and the writers are out of a job. Can egocentric producer Jonathan Pope find his next big idea? And will everyone else manage to cover up his trail of faux pas? Featuring guest star Kelly Brook.
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