4/10. Angellica Bell combines holidaying and hard work on the tsunami-hit Thai island of Phi Phi, Jeremy Sheffield watches whales in Baja, California, and Simon Calder advises another group on how to perk up their package. Ex-110m hurdles world champion Colin Jackson puts his sprinting skills to the test when he sees how far he can go on E500, while
Charlie and Tuesday Knowles try to educate their dad Nick in the delights of Walt Disney World, Florida. Series producer Chris Walley ; Executive producer Owen Gay
Sam's spiralling paranoia leads to a showdown in the Vic. Pauline finds a new partner at the salsa night. For cast see page 41
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The Lost Weekend. When all the children go away for the weekend, Ben (Robert Lindsay ) and Susan (Zoe Wanamaker) have some time to themselves.
But it's been so long since that happened, have they forgotten what to do with it? With Gabriel Thomson. Writer Ian Brown and James Hendrie ; Director Dewi Humphreys
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Atmospheric detective thriller starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd.
When the niece of police psychologist Dr Alex Cross disappears in North Carolina, he discovers she has been snatched by a serial kidnapper known as "Casanova". The doctor's best hope to save her is Kate McTiernan, the only woman to have escaped the abductor's clutches.
Concludes at 10.35pm. Review page 56.
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The outrageous Joan Rivers joins deadpan Jack with acidic insights on everything from celebrity botox parties to gynaecologists and marrying for money. Those in the audience hoping to avoid the crossfire include Liam Gallagher and Sir Steve Redgrave. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Alex Hardcastle
Postponed from last Friday (Revised rpt)
10.00pm-12 midnight. With Kim still held captive, Jack tries to get Palmer to free up the Drazens' frozen assets. In the conclusion to series one, will the mole within the CTU be unmasked?
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