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Week 36 highlights
Vet Pippa (Olivia Colman) is married to Shaun (Steve Oram) and expecting their first child. Pippa’s world is shaken when her mother Angela (Alison Steadman) is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
The future of the Middleton farm hangs in the balance. John is in a coma after suffering a blow to his head at the Mass Trespass, while Grace is in the grip of conflicting emotions – she needs John to live, but she is very afraid that he will recover and remember what he saw at the Trespass.
A night-time intruder and a local car theft spur the Thompson and Chance families into abandoning Neighbour Watch and taking matters into their own hands.
In the final episode our Two Amigos head to the foothills of the Andes in Patagonia, where they’re about to do some real Gaucho work: a cattle drive.
Mary Berry is one of Britain’s best loved TV cooks. She has worked as a food writer since the 1960s and now her role as a judge on The Great British Bake Off has catapulted her to national stardom.
Cassie (Paige Meade) arrives at an office claiming to be the sister that Dean (Anthony Welsh) never knew he had.
With plenty of deceptively easy recipes and fantastic tips, Lorraine Pascale shows people with no kitchen confidence how to pull off an impressive meal for friends and family.
In a sun-dappled Sherwood forest, the Doctor discovers an evil plan from beyond the stars and strikes up an unlikely alliance with Robin Hood.
Swedish crime drama based on the classic crime novels by Maria Lang.
A twinge in Vicky’s (Christine Bottomley) abdomen causes panic when her Parentcraft friends think she’s in labour. But all is not as it seems, and Dr Bellingham (Brendan Patricks) is forced to confront his feelings for Vicky. When he confesses a long held secret, Vicky questions whether she’ll be able to forgive him.
A special edition of The One Show, featuring live coverage from the uplifting Opening Ceremony at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Strictly Come Dancing returns with a dazzling red carpet premiere, as the cast of 2014 is introduced to the nation.
Second series of the comedy series set in a secondary school, written by and starring David Walliams, with Catherine Tate, Philip Glenister and Frances de la Tour. Tonight’s show features a guest appearance from Karen Taylor.
All the best action from Day 2 of the Invictus Games.
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