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On the first anniversary of the four terror attacks that hit Britain between 22 March and 19 June of last year in Westminster, at Manchester Arena, London Bridge and outside Finsbury Park Mosque, this documentary features eyewitness accounts from the survivors.
Among those telling their stories are John McAvoy, an athlete present in the Westminster courtyard when PC Keith Palmer was murdered, paramedic Lea Vaughan who arrived on the scene at the Ariana Grande concert, doorman Ozzie Gandaa in Borough Market and Imam Mohammed Mahmoud (right) in North London.
Escape rooms are given the Lee Mack (right)treatment this week.
Set in one room for the whole half hour makes for an inventive episode of the hilarious sitcom.
It’s Lee’s birthday, and his nearest and dearest are put to the test in an increasingly frantic puzzle. Expect handcuffs, a ticking bomb and a big twist.
Following the passing of Old McLeary, there’s a new undertaker in town and the fabulously creepy-looking Iain Duncan Sheathing (Bruce Morton, above) has got the residents of Craiglang all aquiver.
Legend has it that one touch from The Grim Reaper and you’re a gonner, which causes mass hysteria when one of our beloved regulars meets their maker.
In the wake of the Charlie Gard case, this two-parter examines whether it’s ever right to let a baby die or if medical science should prolong their life for as long as possible.
We meet the staff at Southampton General Hospital, including consultant cardiologist Tara (below), and hear their take on who should make the decision about the future of the children. Heartbreaking.
Christine Baranski (left) returns as Diane in season two of the legal drama, while Brits Rose Leslie (Game Of Thrones) and Cush Jumbo (Vera) are also back.
This spin-off from The Good Wife features courtroom cases and boardroom battles told in a smart style, and this series sees Chicago’s lawyers targeted by a killer...
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