Highlights of the first quarter-final played in the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra, Ghana, earlier today in which Group A winners face the Group B runners-up. This is followed by live coverage of the second quarter-final (kick-off 8.30). At the Sekondi
Stadium in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana, the winners of Group B faces the runners-up of Group A. <s) www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-of-nations; www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-blog
5/6. Maria Schopman helps a 16-year-old girl to pluck up the courage to tell her mum she is bisexual. Meanwhile, the youngster's cousin of the same age, who secretly has sex with her boyfriend ten times a week attempts to persuade her parents to relax their house rules.
Series two. Lois runs for the position of school board president but refuses to overturn a decision to sack Peter's favourite teacher - prompting him to compete in the election and launch a smear campaign against his wife. With the voices of Alex Borstein and Seth MacFarlane.
11.55 Peter is humiliated when he meets a boy he used to tease at school, who now owns a famous amusement park, and grows determined to make his mark on the world.
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