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If you want Sean Bean as you’ve never seen him... ACCUSED Tuesday, 9pm, BBC1
A new run of stand-alone Jimmy McGovern dramas begins with a somewhat unlikely tale about an English teacher (Sean Bean, far right) leading a transvestite double life. He ends up as ‘ the accused’ after being befriended by nice guy Tony (Stephen Graham, near right)…
If you want a fascinating family story... WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? Wednesday, 9pm, BBC1
Actress Samantha Womack (née Janus) sets out to discover her family history – of which she knows very little – in the first of a new series. What unfolds is a gripping tale, full of twists and turns, that takes her all the way to New York.
If you want heartwarming drama... THE BEST OF MEN Thursday, 9pm, BBC2
Eddie Marsan (right) gives a terrific performance as Dr Ludwig Guttmann, the pioneering neurologist who transformed the lives of spinal injuries patients at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. The legacy of his work lives on in the shape of the Paralympic Games. team are called in to investigate the disappearance of a house, which has been completely stolen off its foundations.
Death Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
9PM, BBC4 This extraordinary, moving documentary tells the story of the only two living survivors of the Treblinka death camp in Poland, where 800,000 were systematically killed. Against incredible odds, these two men fought their way out to pursue vengeance and justice.
24 Hours In A&E
9PM, CH4 The last in this emotionally involving series focuses on patients arriving at King’s during
An Samhradh Linn
8.30PM, TG4 Síle Ní Bhraonáin continues her tour of Ireland with a visit to Co Waterford, where she enjoys some music in Dungarvan and checks out sean-nós dancing in Coláiste na Rinne.
2 Broke Girls
9PM, RTÉ TWO Max and Caroline leave the diner to attend a swanky fashion gala where TV star and media magnate Martha Stewart is a guest, in a bid to get her to try one of their cupcakes.
The Good Wife
9.25PM, RTÉ TWO The soapy legal drama starring Julianna Margulies continues, with Alicia facing Louis Canning in the courtroom, but realising she may have a reason to join his firm.
Jennifer Saunders: Back In The Saddle
9PM, UTV The first of an enjoyable two-parter in which Jennifer Saunders celebrates all things horsey, revives her girlhood passion for showjumping, and gets into training to tackle the jumps at Badminton. She also chats to Princess Anne.
10.35PM, BBC1 A new run of the mostly depressing observational documentary series that follows the work of social housing officers and tenants in Manchester. Tonight: complaints about noise, a common cause of friction. 9.35PM, RTÉ TWO A double-bill of the zombie drama kicks off with Rick and Shane leaving Hershel’s farm in order to find a safe place to leave the outsider Randall. In the second episode, Daryl interrogates Randall and discovers disturbing information about his group.
11.20PM, RTÉ TWO Becca has to avoid being taken into custody this evening, while she attempts a dangerous new tactic to try to get Michael back.
8PM, BBC2 There’s music and artists from the Americas in tonight’s concert from the Royal Albert Hall. Dvorák’s The New World opens proceedings, and in the second half, Copland’s Fanfare For The Common Man is coupled with Joan Tower’s Fanfare For The Uncommon Woman.
The X Factor
TV3/UTV Get ready for hype, bad haircuts and really bad singing, as the X Factor cranks up for another series. Nicole Scherzinger is the newcomer to the judging panel this year, joining Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Tulisa Contostavlos.
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