Fifth in the seven-part drama. Mrs Bagg-Meanly becomes a shrinking violet.
Dramatised by Kelly Marshall
Mrs Bagg Meanly:
Nick Ross hosts the tactical general-knowledge team quiz, which moves into the first semi-final stage with two of the remaining four teams battling for a place in Friday's final.
The second semi-final is on Thursday at 7pm. (5) <w)
Worried about his friends, Jim tries to help both Terry and Dot with mixed results. Barry's diet continues to go badly as do Jamie's attempts to be alone with Sonia.
Beppe di Marco:
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The Rev Adam Cherry:
The reality series set on Taransay island returns with a four-part update on the castaways' progress since the exit of Ray Bowyer in March. It opens with the May Day celebrations and the ceremonial burning of a "wicker man". All the fun and games turn to mistrust howeverwhen Ben Fogle claims his position is being undermined. See Choice.
Producer Chris Kelly (S) (W) Hello mum ... and goodbye Big Brother: page 22
Concluding the two-part thriller about jealousy, obsessive love and dangerous secrets. With Gilmore on the run,
Armstrong fears for the safety of Joan Poole and Richard Kirschman , Gilmore's alibis for the murder of Helena
Warner. As the police are still reluctant to get involved, Armstrong decides to take the law into his own hands.
For cast and credits see Monday (S) (W)
A documentary following the work of a 50-strong squad of volunteer mountain rescuers in Snowdonia. Many of those rescued are stranded due to their own lack of preparation but the team never cease to be amazed by the irresponsible behaviour of those taking to the mountains.
Producer Alexis Girardet ; Executive producer Deborah Perkin (S) (W)
Drama starring Michael Biehn. Undeterred by an avalanche disaster in which two climbers are killed, a group of mountaineers plan an ambitious assault on the summit of K2, the second highest peak in the world.
Director Franc Roddam (1991, 15) (S) Films: pp 60-64 ***
Followed by Weatherview
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