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Program Highlights 1

Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands 1

The Audience 2

Breaking Bad: Shotgun 3

Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story 4

Head First 5

Portlandia: Catnap 6

Dangerous Drivers' School 7

Funny As: Eddie Izzard: Dress To Kill 8

Watch Out For... 9

Joe & Jack: Garden Party 9

Amendments 10

Program Guide 17

Sunday, 26 May 2013 17

Monday, 27 May 2013 22

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 27

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 32

Thursday, 30 May 2013 37

Friday, 31 May 2013 42

Saturday, 1 June 2013 47

Program Highlights



Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands

Sunday, 26 May 2013 Final

The junior doctors are coming to the end of their first attachment, so it is time to prove they can make decisions and stand on their own two feet.

As all the juniors prepare to move on to new jobs, they accept that they will be starting back at the bottom but will take with them invaluable skills they have picked up along the way.


A BBC Production. Series Producer: Lucy Shepherd. Series Editor: Jo Bishop. Executive Producer: Rachel Arnold.



The Audience

Monday, 27 May 2013 New Series

Would you trust a group of strangers to help you make the most important decision of your life? Could you expose your world to their scrutiny and judgement? Can you face the truth to change your future? For one desperate person facing a dilemma, this is their last resort.

Privacy becomes a thing of the past for the participants of The Audience, as every decision, conversation and relationship is open to the scrutiny of the crowd. They may start out as strangers, but The Audience must have access to every aspect of the main character's life to help with their problem. Should they leave their fiancé for a dream job abroad? Should they get back together with their ex? Should they accept redundancy, or stay and fight? They've asked for help, but when The Audience gives honest opinions and brutal life-changing advice, will they be willing to hear it?

This opening episode sees 47-year-old farmer, Ian Wainwright, decide whether to continue running the family dairy farm for his ageing uncles, or walk away and start a new life.


The Garden for Channel Four.



Breaking Bad: Shotgun

Monday, 27 May 2013

Fearing the worst when he can't find Jesse, and worried that he may be next, Walt leaves a heartfelt phone message for Skyler as he heads to the fast food restaurant Gus uses as a front for his drug empire. When Mike calls to say that Jesse is with him and that everything's fine, Walt remains suspicious and won't leave until he looks inside Gus's office for himself. Though suspicious that Mike may be taking him to a desolate spot to kill him, Jesse is surprised to discover that he is accompanying the private eye as he collects money for Gus from a series of dead drops scattered throughout the New Mexico countryside.

Detective Tim Roberts comes back to him for help in the Boetticher murder case. Hank dismisses the possibility that Jesse might be the killer, especially after a composite sketch of the possible suspect doesn't look anything like him, but does resemble Gus's dead henchman, Victor. Meanwhile, as Jesse continues to accompany Mike, Walt and Skyler are busy signing the loan papers for the car wash. To celebrate, they fall into bed for some midday sex after Skyler hears Walt's tender phone message. When Walt, Jr. comes home from school and finds them together, he's led to believe that his dad is moving back in.


Created by Vince Gilligan. Produced by Sony Pictures Television.



Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

In 2004 Cyntoia Brown was arrested for murder. There was no question that a 43-year-old man is dead and that she killed him. What led a girl who grew up in a reasonable home environment to this tragic end?
We see her from the first week of her arrest and gain insight from Cyntoia for the following five years. The program takes a hard look at some of the complex social issues concerning a 16-year-old girl who is serving a life sentence for murder.
The filmmaker spent nearly six years exploring her life and familial relationships.
This documentary pushes aside presumptions about violence and takes a glance into a startling social mirror that reveals a strong connection between violence in her maternal line and a childhood filled with bad decisions.


Producer/Director Daniel H. Birman (Brace for Impact: the Chesley B. Sullenberger story) for Independent Lens.



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