A twisted mind tries to prove the ideal crime can be commited.
Cosmic Light Beam. Tensions between Mickey and Angel come to a head during a mine cave-in. (R) (S)
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Matt Allwright meets the inmates of Leyhill prison, whose exploits in the garden have inspired the making of a film. EastEnders actor John Altman is interviewed, plus a live debate. Presented by Alice Beer and Ross Kelly.
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Gary Rhodes recalls a 1995 trip to Northern Ireland. (R) (S)
A special investigation examining the case for vaccination as a way of tackling foot and mouth disease. Including weather outlook for the week. (S) (W)
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By Their Faith. Miraculous claims centring on a centuries-old skeleton from Mexico are examined by the shrewd coroner. (R) (S)
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The wily lawyer investigates the murder of writer and plagiarist Brad Thompson. (R) (S)
Second episode of the new series starring Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker.
The Unkindest Cut. Ben and Susan discuss parenthood.
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Terry Wogan presents more viewers' responses and behind-the-scenes reports.
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Actress Penelope Keith relates her love of gardening by hosting the programme from some of Britain's finest gardens. Music comes from 13 year-old singer Becky Taylor , the girls' choir Cantamus, plus hymns, including Jerusalem, are sung by the Clifton Cathedral choir.
Jane McDonald returns to host a brand new series of the talent show that looks to discover tomorrow's stars. Tonight's five hopefuls from East Anglia face a celebrity panel that includes Scott Robinson of 5ive and Jade Jones of Damage. Producer Paul Lewis ; Executive producers Rosetta Bain and Tom Gutteridge
Michael Aspel and the team visit Kettering, Northamptonshire in the second part of the new series, where an eclectic assortment of items includes some gruesome surgical instruments and two paintings by local artist Sir Alfred East. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (w) BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price L2.80, available monthly.
The show that brings you great value holiday ideas journeys to the Algarve, the Turquoise Coast in Turkey, Lundy Island off the north Devon coast, and finds how to see London for less. Senes producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer John Comerford (S) (W)
The second episode in an eight-part second series focusing on an urban family's new life in the countryside of Devon. Wild Life. The second arrival of visitors to the family's smallholding leaves Faith, Mac and Addy fully occupied.
Written by Helen Slavin
Producer Rosemarie Whitman ; Director Juliet May (S) (W) The first series of Down to Earth is on UK Gold on Wednesday at 9.40pm
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A new, one-off psychological thriller, which continues after the news, that highlights the deadly nature of jealousy. Marni and Liam seem to have the perfect marriage, but when Liam is murdered by their neighbour, Ray, Marni discovers things about him that she never knew.
Written and directed by Jane Prowse
Producer Gillian Gordon
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Concluding tonight's psychological thriller about jealousy. (S) (W)
Mystery. Private eye Mike Hammer takes on a seemingly routine missing persons case, but soon finds himself tangling with the Miami police, the FBI and the Mob: all because he falls for a beautiful woman. Review page ???
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5.00 The World Today News and sport with Martine Dennis.
5.30 World Business With Tanya Beckett.