Super Bowl

10:55pm Sunday 5 February on BBC ONE

Mark Chapman presents coverage of Super Bowl XLVI, which comes from Indianapolis for the first time in its history.

Records have tumbled as offensives came to the fore during a thrilling regular season in which Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots were particularly dominant.

Last year, the Packers won their fourth Super Bowl with an exciting 31-25 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Texas. Quarterback Aaron Rogers picked up the MVP award as he marshalled Green Bay to their first win since 1997.

This year’s half-time entertainment is provided by Madonna, who will be playing a medley of hits, and the national anthem will be sung by Kelly Clarkson.

Commentary comes from NBC’s Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth, with 5 live’s Darren Fletcher and Greg Brady on the Red Button.

Call The Midwife
8:00pm Sunday 5 February

A baby girl, recently delivered by Jenny, is snatched from her pram, causing great anguish to her family and uniting the local community as they search for the missing child.

Cynthia witnesses another type of loss as she assists in the case of soon-to-be parents David and Margaret. Newly married and excited about their future, everything is put in jeopardy when Margaret develops eclampsia.

Jenny is played by Jessica Raine, Sister Julienne by Jenny Agutter, Sister Evangelina by Pam Ferris, Sister Monica Joan by Judy Parfitt, Sister Bernadette by Laura Main, Chummy by Miranda Hart, Trixie by Helen George and Cynthia by Bryony Hannah.

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