New. 8/8; series three. The canine training experts set about retraining a final three dogs. The first almost killed his owner, the second came close to destroying his owners' relationship, and the third has an unusual obsession. They have just four days to be turned into prized pets.
New. With access to crime scenes, forensic findings and the Crown Prosecution Service, this graphic documentary examines the role of "honour" in the 2006 murder of Uzma Arshad and her three children in Stockport. Concludes tomorrow at
9pm. See page 96. The Inside Story: page 96
New. 3/10; series six. When a US spy plane crashes near an airbase in the UK, it reveals the Americans were behind the false information that resulted in the disastrous Tehran operation.
For regular cast see 9pm BBC1 Show guide at www.radiotimes.com/spooks
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