Also in this week’s issue Robbie Coltrane discusses Murderland, his first TV drama role since doing a Cracker one-off in 2006. The three-part thriller cuts between three points of view and two different time frames – 1994 and the present day – to tell the story of a brutal murder and the its lasting effects, and co-stars Lucy Cohu, Sharon Small and Amanda Hale.
Spice Girl Mel B, Trinny Woodall, Keith Allen and Austin Healey learn about life on the edge of poverty in 7 Days On The Breadline, while The Apprentice’s Nick Hewer and Saira Khan continue the celebrity relay race Around The World In 80 Days to raise money for Children In Need. Jamie Oliver’s pal Jimmy Doherty, who starred in Jimmy’s Farm, investigates how supermarket foods are produced in Jimmy’s Food Factory.
Meanwhile, Sex And The City’s Ron Livingstone stars in the new sci-fi drama Defying Gravity about a group of astronauts, while John Sergeant explains more about his comedy debating series Argumental.
In the soaps, Tony orders Carla’s death in Coronation Street, while Mark is torn between Faye and Natasha in Emmerdale. In Hollyoaks, Archie accuses Lydia of murdering Sarah, and Heston makes it clear he would choose Steven over Lily in Doctors. Elle is determined to get revenge on Lucas in Neighbours, and in Home And Away Charlie takes drastic action to prove Grant raped her.
There are also two fantastic three-night breaks in Bruges to be won in this week’s TV Choice competition.
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