With a TV lineup to divide the population – the music, entertainment and celebrity jisters on one side, and techy, social networkers and budding entrepreneurs on the other – this weekend’s TV is looking up.

Scheduled for 9pm this Sunday4th December are two programmes most will be tuning in for (or Sky+’ing) – BBC 2’s documentary Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook, and ITV 1’s A Night With Beyonce.

Mark Zuckerberg, co-creator of social networking site Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook

BBC 2’s hour and ten minute-long programme tells the story of Facebook and its creator, looking at the accuracy of 2010 blockbuster The Social Network and revealing the site’s plans to revolutionise the way the world advertises online. Reported by Emily Maitlis, the show will also feature an interview with Zuckerberg himself – who, at 26 years old, made the number 1 spot on Vanity Fair‘s 2010 Top 100 “Most Influential People of the Information Age” – which should make for brilliant multi-billionaire viewing of the brain behind the social networking site with more than 800 million users.

Global phenomenon Beyonce comes to ITV1 this Sunday

A Night With Beyonce

In a one-off special, ITV1 presents an hour and 15 minute long exclusive performance from the talent powerhouse that is Beyonce, filmed at London’s Fountain Studios and hosted by Steve Jones. The global superstar’s set, which was recorded infront of an audience of her biggest fans, will include her most popular tracks (“Crazy in Love” is surely a given) as well as songs from her latest album 4. The show also sees Beyonce engage in a rare interview session with her audience, hopefully revealing some insight into her private life and pregnancy. But we’ll tune in just to see if her bump’s showing.

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With 2 FABulous shows lined up for Sunday night, there’s likely to be a fight for the remote in most homes… But whose side will you be on?

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