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Editor Richard Porter (S) (W)
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Followed by Weather with Isobel Lang. (S) (W)
Craig Doyle reports on the attractions of a two-centre skiing holiday in the Canadian Rockies, Castaway's Ben Fogle finds a new island hideaway, this time in Fiji in the South Pacific, while Sankha Guha goes hunting for bargains on an antiques weekend in Suffolk.
Editor Jannine Waddell : Series producer Jacqui Stephenson (S) (W) Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.05am
The current-affairs show that presents four different angles on a single story returns for a new six-part run.
Edward Enfield and Tomorrow's World's Katy Knapman are two of tonight's reporters in a show that focuses on the issues raised by the war against terrorism.
Editor Dave Stanford: Series producerColin Savage (S) (W) NOTE: as 4 x 4 is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Tension mounts as Lisa and Mark await their new arrival.
A worried Beppe discovers the results of his HIV test. Episode written by Tony Etchells For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice (S) (W) Hearth, plus Alison Graham 's Soap and Flannel: page 24
Second of four feature-length dramas starring Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan as the Yorkshire-based detectives.
Home Truths. When a young Sikh lady is killed, the detectives find themselves on unfamiliar ground. As Pascoe is increasingly distracted by a new love interest, Dalziel sets out to find if personal conflict or political ambition resulted in the murder.
Written by Elizabeth-Anne Wheal; Producer Ann Tricklebank
Director Lawrence Gordon Clark (S) (W)
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
DI Peter Pascoe:
Det Supt Julie Devon:
PC Surgit Singh:
Dr Sally Shetra:
Glenford. At the age of 24, Glenford Xavier feels that he is too young to die. For the last year, he has had varied treatment for a rare bone tumour in his leg, but the cancer has now spread to his lungs. This film documents his determined struggle to find alternative remedies and his mother's concern that he is denying himself the care he needs. Director Emma Hindley ; Executive producer Jenny Abbott (S) (W)
11.15 The Three Lives of Karen ** Drama. While preparing to marry, a woman finds that she has had amnesia for four years. As more details return, she uncovers a history of abuse that caused her memory loss. Review page 61. Director David Burton Morris (1997.12) (S)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)
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