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9:00pm Thursday, March 31 on M4

Brand New Series: As Alicia races Louis Canning to round up the highest number of clients for an Erin Brockovich-style class action lawsuit, a mole is detected in the law firm who appears to be working for Canning.

10:00pm Wednesday, March 30 on M4

Tony Robinson and the Team delve into Liverpool’s past and uncover how the city catapulted itself onto the international trading stage. Beneath the 42-acre, billion-pound Paradise project they uncover evidence of a similar state of redevelopment 300 years ago, when Liverpool was just a seven-street town sitting on a muddy pool. Exec Prod: Philip Clarke; Prod Co: Videotext Communications Ltd

10:00pm Tuesday, March 29 on M4

One night at a bar, an old friend tells director Ari Folman about a recurring nightmare in which he is chased by 26 vicious dogs. Every night, the same number of beasts. The two men conclude that there’s a connection to their Israeli army mission in the first Lebanon War of the early 80s. Ari is surprised that he can no longer remember a thing about that period of his life. Intrigued by this riddle, he decides to meet and interview old friends and comrades around the world. He needs to discover the truth about that time and about himself. As Ari delves deeper and deeper into the mystery, his memory begins to creep up in surreal images…Folman’s animated film won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar.

9:00pm Monday, March 28 on M4

In this edition, Phil Spencer helps the Dancer family from Coventry relocate to South Australia’s capital, Adelaide. Lisa, Jason and their four children are looking for a new start, but there’s a catch: accountant Jason is after a reasonably priced house, with just a short commute to work; Lisa wants lots of bedrooms and beachside living, far from the city. Exec Prod: Hamish Barbour; Series Prod: Steven Handley; Dir: Fiona Wilson; Prod: Hayley Fineburg. Prod Co: IWC Media

11:40pm Sunday, March 27 on M4

Another chance to see the second series of the cult Channel 4 comedy. Daisy returns from a trip to Asia pursued by a sinister government agency. To make matters worse, Tim seems to have found himself a new flatmate while she was away.

9:00pm Sunday, March 27 on M4

This episode explores how the travelling community are fighting to preserve their ancient culture and customs and the obstacles they face keeping their traditional way of life alive. Exec Prod: Jes Wilkins; Series Prod: Vicky Hamburger; Prod Co: Firecracker Film

8:00pm Sunday, March 27 on M4

In this episode, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall demonstrates that sustainable, well-sourced fish can be both cheap and delicious. To do so he takes under his fin a group of female students who have never before cooked fresh fish. From a ‘better-than-the-chippie’ home-made fish supper, to marvellous mussels and tempting Thai fish curries, the girls discover the edible delights that can be found at their fishmongers. Dir: Richard Hill; Series Prod: Stephen Leigh; Exec Prod: Andrew Palmer; Prod Co: KEO film

11:05pm Saturday, March 26 on M4

(1994) In Phillip Noyce’s all-action thriller, Harrison Ford returns as CIA agent Jack Ryan in the third film based on Thomas Clancy’s novels. Investigating the assassination of a friend of the President (Donald Moffat), he discovers the murdered friend was in league with Colombian drugs cartels. In revenge, a paramilitary force is sent to wipe out the drug lords, but when the operation goes wrong they’re abandoned by their country. Now their only hope is Ryan and fellow renegade operative Clark (Willem Dafoe).

10:00pm Saturday, March 26 on M4

Japan’s Tsunami: How It Happened , investigates the science behind the earthquake and tsunami that has devastated Japan. It takes viewers on a journey with Professor of Geological Sciences Roger Bilham – in Japan only days after the earthquake struck. The programme follows Roger as he sets off on a mission to view the devastation from the air. In the magnitude 9 earthquake Japan shifted a full 12 feet towards the US. This was one of the biggest earthquakes every measured: the ground along the east side of Japan dropped by almost 10 feet, making the tsunami catastrophic. This documentary also follows renowned journalist Callum Macrae as he travels to the north, where the towns of Sendai and Ofunato used to be bustling fishing villages. Here he views the destruction firsthand and meets the locals struggling to cope in the aftermath.

9:00pm Friday, March 25 on M4

Harrison Ford returns as CIA agent Jack Ryan in the third film based on Thomas Clancy’s novels. Investigating the assassination of a friend of the President (Donald Moffat), he discovers said friend was in league with Colombian drugs cartels. In revenge, a paramilitary force is sent in to wipe out the drug lords, but when the operation goes wrong they’re abandoned by their country. Now their only hope is Ryan.

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