Enjoyable romantic thriller starring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
When a priceless Rembrandt is stolen from a Manhattan office building, ace insurance investigator Virginia "Gin" Baker attributes the heist to master art thief Robert "Mac" MacDougal. Determined to put him away for good, she hatches a plan.
Continuing the drama revealing the dark side of the NHS. 3/6. Rob tries to persuade Hurley to take responsibility for his bungled operation. Meanwhile, Rob and Donna's affair intensifies. With strong material. Starring
Max Beesley , Neve Mclntosh , Patrick Baladi and Keith Allen. Rptd next
Wednesday on BBC2.
1/3. From the streets of London to the beaches of Barbados, behind the scenes with one of the world's top paparazzi agencies as their photographers pursue the likes of Madonna, Victoria Beckham and Kylie Minogue in search of celebrity stories.
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