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Edition No. 169

Date:- 25 September 2004

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SWITCHED ON THIS WEEK
ALL THE BEST BITS ON UK TV
Written by Caren Clark of TV & Satellite Week Magazine
For the week Saturday 25 September to Friday 1 October
 
1. Dirty War BBC1 Sunday 9pm.   Could London really cope with a terrorist attack? This chilling dram.a explores the effects of a hypothetical ‘dirty’ bomb assault on the capital. A debate on the issue follows at 10.50pm..
 
2. Dirty Filthy Love ITV1 Sunday 9pm.  Michael Sheen (The Deal) stars in this poignant comedy dram.a about a man coming to terms with his obsessive compulsive disorder. Shirley Henderson (Charles II) co-stars.
 
3.The Farm Five Sunday-Friday 10pm. NEW SERIES.   In the latest twist on the reality genre, nine so-called celebs spend three weeks on a working farm with no mod cons. Rebecca Loos, Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee are among those mucking out.
 4. World’s Worst Century Channel 4 Monday & Thursday 9pm. NEW SERIES. From the horrors of the Black Death to the turmoil of the Peasant’s Revolt, the 14th century wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. Tony Robinson presents a revealing peek at medieval life.
 
5. A Thing Called Love BBC1 Tuesday 9pm. NEW SERIES. Ex-EastEnder Paul Nicholls plays a young Nottingham.-based decorator with a complicated love life in this new romantic drama. Kaye Wragg and Roy Barraclough are among the all-star cast.
 
6. Jennifer Does Thailand Sky One Wednesday 9pm. Superchef Jennifer Ellison swaps the heat of Hell’s Kitchen for the warm climes of the Orient as she explores Thailand in search of the perfect spot to shoot the cover of her new album.
 
 7. Mediums:- Talking to the Dead BBC2 Wednesday 9pm. NEW SERIES. Is there really life after death? Everyman offers a three-part insight into the world of mediums and psychics.
 
 8. Arrested Development BBC2 Wednesday 10pm. NEW SERIES.  Portia De Rossi and Jason Bateman star in this quirky stateside sitcom about a wealthy and dysfunctional family who get a shock when their patriarch is arrested. Episode two follows on BBC4.
 
9. Make Me A Perfect Wife Channel 4 Thursday 11.10pm. NEW SERIES. It’ll be tears before bedtime as five Surrey-based women take up the challenge to become obedient domestic goddesses for a month
    in this real-life version of The Stepford Wives.
   
10. Outlaws BBC3 Friday 10.30pm. NEW SERIES. Set in the complex world of the magistrates court, this witty drama focuses on an unscrupulous lawyer (Phil Daniels) who is determined to get his colourful clients acquitted at any cost.
 
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