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Armour: Georges and Anne are retired, cultivated Parisian musicians in their eighties. When Anne suffers a paralysing stroke the couple’s touching, substantial bond of love is severely tested.
Dispatches: Britain on Benefits
It seems pickpocketing has come a long way since the days of the Artful Dodger and his band of lovable scamps in Oliver Twist.
A well-known fishmonger is set to appear on a TV cookery programme creating a beef dish.
Safe Haven will only find a market among teens or those keen to indulge a guilty pleasure.
The professional version of Masterchef, in my opinion, is the most interesting, as it reveals just how many chefs there are out there who can't cook at all.
This is a "behind the scenes" look at the show with the judges, food genius Michel Roux Jr, who could create something amazing out of crab sticks, a pot noodle and a can of Spam, and Gregg Wallace, who'd eat it.
This is the the story of a man, a man who got so fed up with the behaviour of the big banks in this country he set up his own one.
That was last year, and Burnley man Dave Fishwick is back to tell us all how he's getting on.
There's not much on from an insightful documentary or enchanting nature show point-of-view this evening.
Due to the clash between Man United and Real Madrid in the Champions League tonight, it's pretty slim pickings for other TV gems this evening.