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PremierLeague-News.Com - Also the DIY SOS gang make their first ever trip to Northern Ireland and Storyville follows surfer Jhonny Guerrero on his quest for sporting success
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: Unforgotten9pm, ITVDSI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) is not best pleased. The “bean counters” at police HQ are telling her she’s three months short of her full pension entitlement, thwarting her plans to retire and look after her father. But that’s good news for fans of this returning cold-case crime drama – and for partner DI Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar), who’s been investigating after a headless and handless corpse is discovered in a locked freezer – the victim having died in 1990 (a clue from a chocolate bar wrapper shows) and whose fate is linked to four very different individuals. Sheila Hancock, Susan Lynch and Liz White are among the guest cast.Britain’s £400bn Covid Bill: Who Will Pay? Dispatches8pm, Channel 4i's TV newsletter: what you should watch nextEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Lockdown Britain is enduring the sharpest economic nosedive for 300 years, with jobs and companies disappearing fast, government debt spiralling, and the Bank of England printing hundreds of billions of pounds to help make ends meet. Ahead of the March Budget, Liam Halligan investigates what it could mean for our futures, revealing new figures on the scale of the damage.Undercover Police: Hunting Paedophiles (Photo: Christopher Doyle/Channel 4)DIY SOS: The Big Build9pm, BBC OneNick Knowles and the team make their first-ever visit to Northern Ireland, in fact to a street in Bangor, only a stone’s throw from where the regular project manager Mark Miller grew up. They are here to help Mandy, a mother whose multiple medical problems mean she spends most of her time confined to the bedroom while husband Davy raises the children. What’s needed is far greater wheelchair access for Mandy, who is understandably overcome by the results of the locals’ efforts in transforming her home and her life.
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. We also follow Newlyn’s youngest skipper, Thomas Pascoe, as he attempts to follow in the family tradition. Read More Bloodlands, BBC1, review: Tense and pacy – but Jed Mercurio’s latest is no match for Line of Duty Into The Storm: Surfing To Survive – Storyville9pm, BBC FourAfter finding a broken surfboard on his local beach, Jhonny Guerrero, a teenager from one of Peru’s toughest barrios, sets his heart on becoming a professional surfer. With his father in prison for armed robbery and his mother struggling to feed his younger brother, the sea is his escape. This Storyville documentary follows Jhonny as surf champion Sofia Mulanovich takes him under her wing and gives him a chance to succeed in the sport. But will the lure of his friends and the life of the barrio threaten everything he’s worked for?Undercover Police: Hunting Paedophiles9pm, Channel 4The final episode of this disturbing series follows an officer who assumes a new identity as Oli, a gay 14-year-old boy from Bedfordshire seeking to explore his new-found sexuality on social media platforms. Before long he is contacted by a number of adult men, some of whom continue engaging with him even when he reveals to them that he is a child, as the team races to identify the app users who are trying to arrange to sexually abuse “Oli”.
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