I New Soul Nation (Channel 4) ll.l$pm—l?..40am. Lenny Henry hosts a celebration of British soul music from the last fifteen years. featuring the likes of Omar. Mica Paris and Nu Colours.

I Dr Terror’e Vault 01 Horror: The lost Boys/l Was A Teenage Werewolt (BBC 1) l 1.20pm-2am. Another horror double-bill opens with Kiefer Sutherland as the leader of a gang of teenage vampires. followed by another hormonal tale from 1957. starring the late Michael Landon as the acned lycanthrope.


The USA: Five Comer: (Channel 4) ll.45pm—l.25am. An off- beat urban thriller from Tony Bill starring Jodie Foster as a young girl endangered by the release of psychotic John Turturro who wasjailed for attempting to rape her.


I Casualty (BBC 1) 8—8.50pm. More blood. guts and personal traumas are spilt in Holby General‘s Accident and Emergency Department. with brain tumours, stock-car crash victims and fake heart attacks clogging up the wards.

I Pertonnance: The Maitlands (BBC2) 8.l0—10.05pm. A ‘lost‘ 30s play by Ronald Mackenzie concerning romantic convolutions in a seaside village. Bill Nighy and Samuel West star. with support from Edward Fox, Emma Fielding and the sublime Jennifer Ehle.

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I Paul McCartney live (Channel 4)

l0.45pm—l.05am. The 51-year-old sheep

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I Danny Baker Alter AII(BBC1)

g 11.25—12.05am. The cockney chirpster struggles through another mélange of

' chat. music and gaggery.


I As It Happened: The Killing (it Kennedy (Channel 4) 7—8.45pm. Using eye-witness testimonies, archive film and interviews, Channel 4 attempt to discover exactly what happened on 22 November 1963. Prepare yourself for a week of yawnsome Kennedy-related programming.

I Heartbeat (Scottish) 7.30—8.30pm. Nick Berry stars in the soft-centred Yorkshire cop series set in the 60s.

I The South Bank Show (Scottish) ll.45pm—l2.45am. A profile of Lynda La Plante. the writer behind such powerful TV dramas as Prime Suspect and Comics.


I Wild Palms (BBCZ) 9-10.30pm. Jim Belushi. Angie Dickinson and Robert Loggia star in the feature-length opening episode of the ‘cybersoap‘ drama everybody will be talking about this autumn. It’s 2007 and the Wild Palms

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takeover of a national TV network. See feature.

I Homicide: life On The Street (Channel 4) 10—1 lpm. The first abstract cop series arrives. courtesy of Barry Levinson. Set in Baltimore. Homicide is a convincing look at the lives of detectives investigating an escalating number of senseless murders. See preview.


I Will! Palms (BBCZ) 9-9.50pm. Part two of the future conspiracy thriller. The series continues next Tuesday.


I Without Walls: Bad Ideas 0! The 20th Century - Freudian (Channel 4) 9—9.45pm. Peter Swales bemoans the dominance of the Freudian approach in

psychoanalysis. and its pervasive spread

i into the popular media. Followed.

appropriately enough. by Shere Hite in praise of the female orgasm.

I Between The lines (BBC 1) 9.25-10.25pm. Neil Pearson stars as Det Supt Tony Clark in the acclaimed drama about the Police Complaints Investigation Bureau. He’s called in to track down the stolen tapes of a Royal conversation.

I Hot Cinema: Mississippi Masala (Channel 4) l0pm—12. 10am. A particularly crass title for a new season of films by Asian directors. but the movie is a decent enough tragi-comedy about a

mixed-race love affair in the Deep South.

i starring Denzel Washington and Sarita : Choudhury.

I EX-S: Ho More Heroes? (BBCl)

f 10.25—11.05pm. Richard Jobson looks : back to the glory days of punk. and compares the anger of the 70s to teenage

apathy today. Contributors include Joe Strummer. Danny Baker. Malcolm McLaren and Pam Hogg. with music from the Pistols. Skids. Slain People and Cornershop.


I Travelog (Channel 4) 8.30—9pm. A new series of the hip travel show opens with a report from Cajun country by Pete McCarthy who indulges in a spot of alligator hunting followed by dancing all


I The Buddha 0i Suburbia (BBC2) 9.25—10.30pm. The third episode of the colourful. very 70s. adaptation of the Hanif Kureishi novel.

I Sean’s Show (Channel 4)

l0.35—l l.05pm. Dublin’s favourite rniserablist returns with a new series of the sitcom within a sitcom. He’s moved to Chelsea. taken in a couple of Bosnian refugee telly addicts. and Bea Arthur from The Golden Girls is involved in some unfathomable way.


I NB (Scottish) 7—7.30pm. Arts and entertainments in bite-sized chunks from the dynamic duo.

I lite In The Freezer (BBC l) 8—8.50pm. David Attenborough wraps up warm for a new nature series. looking at the wildlife of the Antarctic.

I Goodnight Sweetheart (BBC l) 8.30—9pm. The first episode of a new Marks and Gran sitcom. starring Nicholas Lyndhurst as a nerdish TV repairman who discovers an alleyway into the past. See prevrew.

I Bab C Nesbitt (BBCZ) ‘)—9.3()pm. The bandaged one hits a third series with a spot of ‘family bonding‘. Mary is in hospital. and Rab decides to take Gash and Burney to Blackpool. Sadly things take a turn for the worse when Rab tries to chat up Anita Dobson.

I All In The Game (Scottish) 9—10pm. The fifth episode of the six-part series written by Stall Hey from an original idea by Gary Lineker. It follows the exploits of an English footballer who is transferred to Barcelona.

I Film (in Four: The Miracle (Channel 4) 10—] 1.50pm. Neil Jordan’s beautifully

j made mystery romance is set in a small

; Irish seaside town where teenager Niall

i Byme falls in love with enigmatic

i American Beverley D‘Angelo.

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