New. Three of the oldest residents at the Mary Fielding Guild, a home for the active elderly in north London, provide an insight into the challenges they face. Former sex therapist Rose, veteran Stop-the-War campaigner Hetty, and Alison, who was once a card-carrying Communist, share their concerns about a range of issues. Part of the Grey Expectations season. See panel.
New. 2/n. The Brothers. As
Wallander investigates a string of murders, he begins to suspect they may be linked to army troops who are in Ystad on a training exercise. Starring Krister Henriksson and Johanna Sallstrom. In
Swedish with English subtitles. See panel. Repeated on Thursday at 10.35pm
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