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Check out our selection of this week's top TV highlights with our 'pick of the week'.
Next Week: 27th September - 3rd October
Pick of the week:
Strictly Come Dancing, Saturday 27th September, BBC1, 6.45pm
It's ladies night tonight on Strictly. The boys did a pretty good job, so the girls have a lot to live up to. To secure a place in next week's show they need to perform either a sexy salsa or a fnacy foxtrot. No one will want to be first to leave the competition so it is likely to be a bit of a nail biting show.
What to stay in for
The X Factor, Saturday 27th September, BBC1, 7.45pm
The auditions are now over and it's time for Simon, Louis, Dannii and Cheryl to take their 150 hopefuls through to bootcamp. For those who like the comedy rather than the hard graft then there are more laughs to come when some of the contestants are told they are simply not good enough to get through the competition.
What to set the video for
Jamie's Ministry Of Food, Tuesday 30th September, Channel 4, 9pm
Jamie's on yet another mission! This time he is trying to get us to cook from scratch as it appears we are a nation gorging on ready meals and getting fat as a result. The cockney sparrow has also roped in burgers-through-the-fence mum Julie Critchlow to assist him on his quest.
The Pride of Britain Awards, Wednesday 1st October, BBC1, 8pm
Hosted by Carol Vordeman, and featuring some of Britain's biggest stars, The Pride of Britain Awards celebrates breathtaking acts of heroism and bravery by ordinary folk which never fails to inspire.
Heroes, Wednesday 1st October, BBC2, 9pm
Season 3 of Heroes is back with a bang. The first episode hurtles through time and space at full speed and the plot is full of all sorts of alarming twists. Sylars still lurking in the shadows. Everyones still battling it out against evil forces and no-one is really ever safe. The new series is guaranteed to keep you on your edge of your seat, hold on to your stomachs though as its quite the gore fest.