THURS­DAY

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Television -

Skins (Chan­nel 4, 11.05pm)

The fourth se­ries of teen drama Skins is ar­guably the dark­est to date. While many shows of this ilk fo­cus on how em­bar­rass­ing it is to be a teen, Skins isn’t afraid to get stuck into the real is­sues - ev­ery­thing from love and in­fi­delity to mental ill­ness. At the end of the last episode we saw Cook ran­domly at­tack­ing a par­ty­goer, pro­voked by the hu­mil­i­a­tion that Effy has cho­sen Fred­die over him. So now he’s been ar­rested, and must stay at his mum’s house be­tween the hours of 7pm and 7am while he’s on bail. But for hell-rais­ing Cook, that just isn’t an op­tion. How­ever, his close re­la­tion­ship with younger brother Paddy leads him to ques­tion whether he’s re­ally go­ing down the right path. Will he make the right de­ci­sion when his day in court comes?

Wim­ble­don 2010 (BBC1, 1.45pm)

Sue Barker in­tro­duces live cov­er­age of the sec­ond-round matches on the fourth day at the All Eng­land Club, where the third Grand Slam event of the year con­tin­ues. Bri­tish in­ter­est in the ladies’ sin­gles ended at this stage last year when Elena Bal­tacha lost in straight sets to Bel­gian Kirsten Flip­kens, who went on to face num­ber one seed Di­nara Sa­fina of Rus­sia in round three. Zheng Jie, semi-fi­nal­ist in 2008, was one of the high-pro­file losers, as Slo­vakia’s Daniela Han­tu­chova ended the Chi­nese star’s hopes of a sim­i­larly im­pres­sive run with a 6-3, 7-5 vic­tory. The com­men­tary team in­cludes An­drew Cas­tle, John McEn­roe, Tracy Austin, Boris Becker and Lind­say

Coro­na­tion Street (ITV1, 8.30pm)

Graeme tells David about his re­la­tion­ship with Tina, but it is Ja­son’s re­ac­tion to the news the cou­ple should fear. Fiz tries to un­der­mine Ch­es­ney’s plan to leave school, Deirdre en­joys spend­ing time with Lewis, but finds Ken’s com­pany pales in com­par­i­son, and Ciaran re­alises Michelle has feel­ings for him.

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