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and ad­mires his am­bi­tion, she’s not en­tirely con­vinced he is so clean and orders fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tions into his past re­tail and prop­erty deal­ings.’

Hugh, of course, played another ruth­less char­ac­ter, Richard Roper, in ac­claimed drama The Night Manager. Lau­rence’s crimes are hardly in the same league as those of arms dealer Roper, but he’s equally bent on suc­cess. ‘Road­kill is in some ways about

week­days, 5pm, Chal­lenge

In 2019,

Bel­gium fa­mously held a fes­ti­val in hon­our of which hair­cut?

Tip­ping Point: Lucky Stars, to­mor­row, 7pm, ITV (He­len Mccrory) The PM is plan­ning reshuf­fle just af­ter Lau­rence wins his li­bel case. She’s ruth­less, am­bi­tious and po­lit­i­cally as­tute. (Hugh Lau­rie) Hav­ing swapped the board­room for West­min­ster, he has am­bi­tions be­yond his role as trans­port min­is­ter. the price Lau­rence is pre­pared to pay to get to the top po­si­tion and the price he forces oth­ers to pay – his fam­ily and those who pledge their loy­alty to him,’ says Hugh. ‘He’s rel­a­tively free of the grav­ity of guilt and his life mis­sion is to keep mov­ing for­ward and not look back. But events oc­cur that may force him to do just that.’

In the South­ern Hemi­sphere, the univer­sal birth­day for race­horses is cel­e­brated in which month?

The Chase, week­days, 5pm, ITV



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