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Why a former party-loving student chose to wear a burka. Actor William Roache on the week's headlines, plus Julie Fernandez and Matt Allwright discuss ghosts. Series producer Abigail Saxon
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John Craven sees how the new National Forest is changing the landscape of central England, plus Michaela Strachan on historic gems revealed by the "right to roam". Including weather for the week ahead. IS)
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From 12.30, local stories with (London) Tim Donovan ; (South
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Frank's evil twin visits.
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Lionel's ex-wife drops by. Writer Bob Larbey
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Fay Ripley appeals on behalf of Touching Tiny Lives, the Action Medical Research campaign.
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Aled Jones joins the monks of Glenstal Abbey, near Limerick. Music includes 0 Jesus I Have Promised, Take My Life and Let It Be and Glory to Thee My God
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9/11. The dance-off moves to Sunday night for one week only, as the remaining indefatigable couples enter the final fortnight of the competition. Will they have mastered their new style moves and will the judges reward their efforts? Mischievous host Graham Norton will have all the voting details on the night, plus news of the results at 6.50pm.
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Emotions run high as another couple leave the dance floor. Zoe Ball has more at 7pm on BBC3.
A preview of the week's events at the 83rd annual festival of flowers at the Royal Hospital showground in London. The green-fingered posse of Alan Titchmarsh , Diarmuid Gavin , Rachel de Thame and Joe Swift consider the contenders for this year's medals and launch the viewers' poetry competition. Plus Wesley Kerr reports on a unique discovery in Australia. There are more visits to the show weekdays
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1/8. A second series of cases for DS Nicky Cole, the whistle-blowing detective relocated from London to Newcastle to work the nightshift. Nicky is under pressure to find out who is behind a series of threats to local scientists before Yates makes a quick arrest. Plus Astel and Clark find they are no match for a gaggle of rowdy Geordie girls.
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Tense prison thriller starring Robert Redford and James Gandolfini. Lieutenant
General Eugene R Irwin disobeys an order in combat that sees eight of his men killed. He is court martialled and sent to a maximum-security military prison, where he is destined to come to blows with the vicious warden, Colonel Winter. Concludes at 10.20pm. Review page 56.
Director Rod Lurie (2001,15) Videoplus code for 9.00-11.25pm (non-PDC) Film Highlights: page 52
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With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond.
The conclusion of tonight's prison thriller.
Offbeat action thriller starring Mark Wahlberg. Melvin Smiley is a successful young hitman. But with both a fiancee and a mistress making demands, he is soon in debt. So he goes moonlighting and unknowingly kidnaps the goddaughter of his boss, his life takes a violent turn for the worse. Review page 56.
Director Che-Kirk Wong (1998, 18)
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