A security guard finds the body of a nanny in a stairway who has been brutality murdered - and her boyfriend, employer and local serial offenders all come under suspicion of her causing her death.
Keen fisherman Boots seeks out his estranged father Charlie, who has become withdrawn after the death of his wife on their wedding anniversary. Shocked at the decline of the normally spirited old man, Boots decides to rebuild their relationship by taking him on a 3,000-mile road trip around Australia. Comedy drama, starring Paul Hogan and Shane Jacobson.
With GCSE exams fast approaching, the teachers at Frederick Bremer School face the difficult task of motivating their students to revise. However, the staff face difficulties with two particular Year 11 boys, Paris and Oscar, who are both at risk of failing to reach their full potential. As concerns mount over the pair's performance, the teachers set out to discover what might be distracting the duo from their studies.
Pamela's discovery that John Ross has been sleeping with Emma jeopardises their relationship and has severe repercussions for those around them. Christopher and Heather find themselves dealing with the fallout of Bo's actions when he decides to take Michael out of school without permission, while Drew's disappearance concerns Elena and she begins to wonder if she should confess all to the Ewings before it is too late. Drama, starring Julie Gonzalo, Josh Henderson and Emma Bell.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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A man from the mountains of the Northern Philippines brings his family to Manila hoping to find a better life. He gets a job, but soon discovers his boss is involved in criminal activity, and is torn between following his conscience and the need to support his family. Drama, starring Jake Macapagal and Althea Vega. In Tagalog.Expires today
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A couple plan to escape the political turmoil that has taken hold of their village in north-eastern India. In a desperate attempt to flee to Calcutta, the pair agree to lead a herd of cattle across a treacherous river, risking their lives for the sake of their future. Drama, starring Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi. In Hindi.Expires today
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