In the midst of a Wolverhampton heatwave, cousin Cathy arrives at the Garry family home. With her attractive figure and tales of the outside world, she becomes the centre of attention, catching the eye of Germaine's would-be boyfriend, local yob Lee. In the grip of overwhelming jealousy, Germaine sets out on a course that quickly spirals out of control. Meanwhile, Della is attempting self-sufficiency to reduce her massive food bill, but she's having trouble policing her vegetable patch and has to call on a reluctant Grampy for help.
Chris, Caroline and Neil can only afford to rent a room in houses of multiple occupancy, and letting agents Aki and Arsh Ellahi and Sharon Yardley specialise in developing property for people such as them. In Leeds, Sharon's tenant Neil has been robbed at knifepoint on his doorstep and wants to relocate, but after a break-in she discovers he has been hoarding bikes and wonders whether she can trust him. Meanwhile, in Wolverhampton, Arsh must choose between Chris and Caroline, who are both homeless, when he finds himself with a room to fill. Last in the series.
Part two of two. In Philadelphia, the broadcaster explores one of the bloodiest periods in the American Mafia's long history, as he sits down with former crime boss Ralph Natale. In a revealing interview, the ex-godfather spells out just how ruthless he had to be to control the men under him. In New Jersey, Trevor seeks out one-time cop Ron Previte, who led a double life as a high-ranking gangster and paid FBI informant, earning over $1million for his role in convicting more than 50 members of the Philadelphia Mob and their associates.
The members of a support group for phobia sufferers are targeted by a serial killer using their greatest fear against them. Gordon and Bullock get a lead on the case from Ed Nygma, after he finds a peculiar hole in the first victim's abdomen. Meanwhile, Cobblepot is in deadly peril when Fish Mooney informs Maroni that he has been working for Falcone all along. Crime thriller, starring Ben Mackenzie and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Part two of two. With Geoff now a marked man, he and daughter Evie are put under watch at a hotel while the search for Mullen is widened. However, when the suspect follows Evie's boyfriend to the location and sets off the fire alarm, he draws Geoff and Evie outside. Meanwhile, Banks believes loan shark Hargreaves is behind the hit on Marcus, and manages to extend his stay in the cell, despite having very little evidence against him. The conclusion of the two-part case, starring Stephen Tompkinson.
Hour-long episode. Steve is rattled when Michelle mentions having a long engagement, worried that she doesn't really want to marry him and only agreed out of pity. Nick prepares to drive Bethany to the airport, but she throws away his car keys and runs off, determined to miss the flight, while Sean and Billy host the butlers' auction at the Rovers. David is downcast as Max gets excited about spending the day with Callum, and Todd mischievously informs Tracy that Tony has sold Jason's house and may be keen to invest in expanding the business.
Michelle is impressed by Steve's apparently calm and practical reaction to his financial worries, while Tony tells Liz he's just sold the house he bought for Eva and Jason and could use the proceeds to pay her son's tax bill. Gail takes Bethany to help Audrey in the salon, where she pours her heart out about her miserable life in Italy, while Faye suggests to Craig that she could give birth in Tim's old flat, and Sean and Billy compete to recruit volunteers for the butler auction.
A guilty Cindy returns to the Square in a panic, leaving Jane to help sort out the mess she has got herself into - and advice from Shabnam prompts the teenage mum into making a decision that leaves her family in shock. Ian and Sharon visit Dot in prison, and on their return the two old friends reminisce - causing Sharon to make a startling discovery. Roxy gets to the bottom of Ineta's bruises and takes matters into her own hands, and Alfie grows suspicious of Martin after overhearing him on the phone.
The Earth is bombarded by what appear to be meteors, but turn out to be the vanguard of an alien invasion force. As America's west coast comes under heavy attack, a platoon of soldiers is sent in to fight off the aliens and rescue civilians - but the troops have only a few hours to complete their mission before the area is bombed. Sci-fi thriller, with Aaron Eckhart and Ramon Rodriguez.Expires today
Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy panel show's version of the famous quiz, with team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson joined by guests Jonathan Ross and Roisin Conaty. Countdown regular Susie Dent is in Dictionary Corner with David O'Doherty, while maths whizz Rachel Riley provides the letters and numbers with a little `help' from Joe Wilkinson.Expires today
Hollywood leading man Russell Crowe talks about directing and starring in The Water Diviner, Elizabeth Hurley discusses E! Entertainment's new drama The Royals, and Lily James (Downton Abbey's Lady Rose) reveals what it was like to play Cinderella in Disney's new film. Plus, funnyman David Mitchell and live music by legendary disco band Chic.Expires today
A veteran lieutenant leads an elite Navy Seal team on an undercover mission to evacuate a doctor from crisis-torn Nigeria. However, the brutality of the conflict prompts the rescuers to disobey orders and intervene to save the lives of helpless refugees. Action drama, starring Bruce Willis, Monica Bellucci, Cole Hauser and Eamonn Walker.Expires today
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