In a flashback to three years earlier, just before Angus and Helen's wedding, it's Evie's birthday, and she's planning to tell Dylan about her feelings for him over a quiet meal. However, before she has a chance, Dylan reveals all of their friends are hiding in the wings to surprise her, including his girlfriend Jane, and Jonno, a horribly incompatible date who Luke has brought along for the birthday girl. An unfortunate sexual mishap then occurs mid-dinner, which results in the gang spending the night in A&E.
A teenager saves the lives of three people following a premonition of a tragedy at a racetrack. However, it is not long before Death is hot on their heels as members of the quartet die in gruesome accidents. Horror sequel, starring Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Nick Zano, Haley Webb, Mykelti Williamson and Krista Allen.
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Omnibus. Phil returns from hospital, horrified to discover that Ronnie is dating a policeman. She tries to talk him round, but he asks her a simple question - what would Charlie think if he knew his girlfriend was a killer? Linda is forced to put on a brave face yet again when Mick arranges for Stacey to do her hair, although as the women get chatting, the distressed landlady finds a kindred spirit. Alfie assures Kat he has found them somewhere to live as she prepares to leave hospital - but she is more concerned with the way she looks - the Masoods make plans for Tamwar's birthday and there's a new face on the market, a cheeky stallholder whose behaviour immediately annoys Shabnam.
The contestants have had a nerve-racking day waiting to learn their fate, and the tension in the studio is palpable as Dermot O'Leary reveals who is safe and who has scored the lowest number of votes. As well as the all-important sing-off, there are also performances by Jessie J and Maroon 5.
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.
There is chemistry aplenty between Richard E Grant and Elizabeth McGovern, perhaps because they previously played a married couple in the BBC's Scarlet Pimpernel series in 1998. Their Downton characters - art expert Simon Bricker and Lady Cora - have grown close over the past few weeks, and their flirting reaches boiling point in the latest episode. She's enjoying the attention he gives her, but is he about to cross a line - and does she want him to? Cora's eldest child, Mary, is also enjoying male company, this time that of Charles Blake, who's about to do her a big favour. Meanwhile, Rose meets a dashing stranger, Branson makes up his mind about Sarah Bunting and Anna is disturbed by a visit from Inspector Vyner.
Charlie and Ronnie reveal some home truths to each other, but can their relationship take the strain? Mick invites Dean and Stacey round for drinks, leaving Linda feeling uncomfortable - especially when she is made to sit next to her attacker, who is clearly deluded. As if that weren't bad enough, Stacey puts Mick on the spot with an awkward question. Alfie finally hears back from the insurance company.
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
Documentary exploring the unsolved murder of Crimewatch presenter and newsreader Jill Dando, who was shot dead outside her house in Fulham, west London, in April 1999. Intense media coverage followed and several lines of enquiry were pursued, including a theory that she had been killed by a jealous ex-boyfriend and the idea that somebody had hired a hitman in revenge for a conviction linked to Crimewatch. Following a trial at the Old Bailey, 40-year-old Barry George was found guilty of Dando's murder, but a third appeal quashed his original conviction and resulted in his acquittal in 2009.Expires today
Phil is in Warrington, where he meets Pauline and Alan Jacks, who have been trying to sell their three-bedroom property. Could it be that potential buyers are being put off by the dated decor, cuddly toys, tapestries and dolls dotted around the place? A few miles away, Colin Brunold has been hoping his four-bedroom family home would sell itself, but a dodgy chimney could be putting off the buyers.Expires today
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