Members of a Muslim family face a dilemma in the aftermath of the 1947 partition of India, with the choice of staying in the home they have lived in all their lives or moving to the newly created state of Pakistan. Drama based on a short story by Ismat Chughtai, starring Balraj Sahni and Gita Siddharth. In Urdu and Hindi.
Documentary showing how CCTV and other technological advances are helping to bring car thieves to justice. Suspected criminals in Chester are involved in a high-speed chase through the city centre, and there is footage that helped put an end to one of London's most prolific gangs. The programme also includes film of a getaway in which robbers tried to evade the law by driving at 180mph.
In what promises to be one of his best line-ups yet, Graham meets two Hollywood greats - Godfather and Apocalypse Now star Robert Duvall, and Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr. They're starring together in new movie drama The Judge, and will be joined on the sofa by writer, actor and presenter Stephen Fry, who'll be talking about the third volume of his autobiography, More Fool Me - and much more besides. U2 also grace the sofa after performing new single The Miracle of (Joey Ramone) from their album Songs of Innocence.
Viewers are offered the chance to participate in live interactive gaming from the comfort of their sofas, with an entertaining mix of roulette-wheel spins and lively chat from the presenting team. Featuring a variety of prizes and promotions.
Alan Sugar begins his 10th search for new business blood - and the fourth since he changed the format from a multi-week job interview to the search for a partner, offering the hopefuls a £250,000 investment in a new start-up company. As usual, the millionaire host sets out his stall with his introductory pep talk, after which the entrepreneurs are divided into teams and it's straight on with the first task - selling the past decade's worth of Apprentice goods in just one day. All the previous selling challenges' merchandise has been combined, and the teams - boys v girls, of course - must think outside the box to increase their margins. As in previous series, Nick Hewer and Karren Brady are Lord Sugar's `eyes and ears', but the real fun comes in the boardroom, as the challenge is picked apart and the excuses come thick and fast, before the fired candidate takes a taxi ride home.
As Nancy holds her musical bingo night at the Vic, the Carters become increasingly worried about Linda's behaviour, prompting Mick to call the only person he thinks can help. Roxy and Aleks return after their break and are so keen not to be apart that she asks him to move in with her - but when he comes face to face with his past, he begins to play a dangerous game. Alfie is confident of receiving money from the insurance company, although Stacey is not convinced, Emma has shocking news for Max, and Lauren and Peter notice someone taking photos of them in the Square.
Last week, viewers cast their votes after the first live performances, and Blonde Electra and Overload Generation made early exits from the competition - a double blow for mentor Louis Walsh. Now, the fight for a recording contract continues as the remaining contestants perform tracks from the 1980s in the second live studio round. During 80s Week last year, eventual winner Sam Bailey belted out The Power of Love - originally a hit for Jennifer Rush - winning praise from the panel and audience alike, but how will this year's line-up cope with the decade's finest power ballads? Dermot O'Leary provides much-needed support on stage, while Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B and Louis take their seats behind the judges' desk to cheer on their own acts.
After receiving a phone call from Mick, Linda's mother Elaine arrives at the Vic to help her daughter. She doesn't mess around, telling her to get dressed and get down to the bar, and as she does so it's clear the traumatised landlady wants desperately to confide in her mum - but it proves more difficult than she would have expected. Eventually, Linda brightens up - only for things to take a dramatic turn for the worse, leaving the entire family horrified. Meanwhile, Roxy has a confession for Ronnie - she sent Charlie a text from her sister's phone.
Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces across the nation to discover how CCTV and other technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. The first episode focuses on drunkenness and violence, with Nick going to Chester on a race day to find out how the local council and police are using cameras to deal with the 50,000 people descending on the city. In Rotherham, South Yorkshire, operators Martyn and Dave keep in radio contact with nightclub bouncers to prevent trouble at the weekend.Expires today
The host takes his successful talk show stateside, where he invites American guests to air their differences, and dispenses his own judgment on the situation.Expires today
The property expert heads to Worthing, West Sussex, to help single mum Zoe smarten up her over-cluttered house, which also suffers from the odour of her pet dogs. He offers advice on how to prepare for his open viewing, 12 days later.Expires today
The work of volunteers treating sick, injured and orphaned animals at a wildlife sanctuary.Expires today
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