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Saturday 14 November

MOTD Special: David Beckham’s All Star Match for Children

BBC One, 10.20pm

Highlights of the Match for Children from Old Trafford. David Beckham will captain a Great Britain and Ireland XI against an all-star Rest Of The World team led by France legend Zinedine Zidane.

Beckham will be reunited with his former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who returns to the dugout where he spent 26 years as manager. Beckham and Zidane will be joined by some of football’s biggest names, while former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti will take charge of the World XI to help raise money for UNICEF.

Doctor Who

BBC One, 8.15pm

It’s been called one of the most terrifying episodes in the show’s long history. That’s a strong claim, even it did come from showrunner Mark Gatiss, but we’ll wait and see what Saturday night holds in this found footage style offering from The Doctor.

David Gilmour: Wider Horizons

BBC Two, 9.45pm

After a break of nine years, David Gilmour steps back into the spotlight with a number one album and world tour. This film is an intimate portrait of one of the greatest guitarists and singers of all time,exploring his past and present. With unprecedented access, the film crew have captured and detailed key moments in David Gilmour’s personal and professional life that have shaped him both as a person and a musician.

Live Rugby League: England v New Zealand

BBC One, 12.45pm

Mark Chapman introduces live coverage as England take on New Zealand, their oldest rivals on the international stage, at Wigan’s DW Stadium. Guests include former England star Jamie Peacock and former Great Britain coach Brian Noble for the third and final Test in the series between the sides. England won their previous match at the DW Stadium against France in 2013, but lost their only other game at the venue to Australia in 2009. Commentary comes from Dave Woods.

Live Formula 1: Brazilian Grand Prix Qualifying

BBC One, 3.10pm

Suzi Perry introduces live coverage of qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix. Last year Nico Rosberg snatched pole from Lewis Hamilton by three hundredths of a second in a nail-biting battle with his Mercedes team-mate. Hamilton’s one and only pole position in Brazil came in 2012 in his final qualifying session with McLaren before he joined Mercedes.