Air-speed records from postwar to the Space Race, including the competition to break the sound barrier - a feat many had previously thought impossible. Includes interviews with pioneers Chuck Yeager and Scott Crossfield. (AD)
The prosecution's witnesses falter under defence lawyer David Rudolf 's cross-examination. And Jim Hardin attempts to paint Michael Peterson as a sexual deviant, calling young prostitute Brent Wolgamott to the stand. See Monday's choice. 9207m0 Concludes tomorrow at 9pm
The first series of Larry David 's off-kilter comedy. Larry's trousers cause embarrassment on a visit to the cinema. (AD)
11.35 2/10. Larry and Cheryl's double date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen ends badly with a fraught trip to a bowling alley. (AD)
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