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9:00pm Thursday, April 21 on

Brand New Series: Law firm Lockhart, Gardner and Bond sue a social networking site on behalf of a Chinese dissident, whose anonymous blog about democracy in China landed him in trouble with the government when his identity was uncovered. Meanwhile, Will and Diane hope to get rid of Derrick Bond for once and all.

8:00pm Thursday, April 21 on

The five-star Winterbourne Country House in the Isle of Wight takes on the quaint two-bedroom Artist’s House in Fowey, Cornwall and the Raincliffe Hotel in Scarborough.

11:00pm Wednesday, April 20 on

Another chance to see Rude Tube .

10:00pm Wednesday, April 20 on

Susan continues with her treatment. Gaby becomes obsessed with her biological daughter Grace; Lynette exacts revenge on Tom after she learns about his past with Renee and Bree tries to befriend Beth Young.

10:00pm Wednesday, April 20 on

Tony Robinson, Phil Harding and Guy de la Bedoyere visit Colchester in Essex to tell the story of the discovery of the only Roman circus ever found in Britain. They investigate the history of the circus and explore the rough, tough world of chariot racing. Series Editor: Michael Douglas; Exec Prod: Philip Clarke; Prod: Laurence Vulliamy; Prod Co: Videotext Communication

9:00pm Wednesday, April 20 on

Nick Cassavetes’s romantic drama stars his mother Gena Rowlands and James Garner as Duke and Allie Calhoun, living out their twilight years in a retirement home. She is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease but he insists on daily readings to her from a notebook, a record of how they met and married. And in flashback the film tells that story, with Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as the young couple. She comes from a monied North Carolina family, he from local working stock but with aspirations. Despite the obstacles her family put in her way, her engagement to another and his Second World War service, their love overcomes all.

10:30pm Tuesday, April 19 on

Ricky casts doubt on Karl’s story about a monkey toll operator in the jungle.

9:00pm Tuesday, April 19 on

The Sex Education Show returns for a new series across three nights fronted by Anna Richardson, taking its own unique brand of sex education to schools up and down the UK. Anna also launches a major campaign against the sexualisation of children: Stop Pimping Our Kids!

9:00pm Tuesday, April 19 on

Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola’s Academy-Award winning epic sequel to The Godfather. This film charts the early life of Vito Corleone (who became The Godfather), played by Oscar-winner Robert De Niro, and continues the saga of the Mafia crime family, now headed by Oscar nominee Al Pacino, in the 50s. With Diane Keaton, Robert Duvall, John Cazale and Oscar nominees Talia Shire, Lee Strasberg and Michael V Gazzo.

1:00am Tuesday, April 19 on

Village of the Dolls is a fascinating documentary about the fantasy world of Mark Hogancamp, who, after suffering a vicious attack, sought recovery in Marwencol, the Second World War scale model town he created in his garden. True Stories commissions and showcases the best international feature documentaries.

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