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Our guide to the soaps this week

Here’s our guide to this week’s soap storylines

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Masterchef returns to BBC One.

TV choice: 5 of the best shows to watch this week

If you watch nothing else this week, give these shows a go...
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AC 12 are back in Line of Duty.

TV highlight: Line of Duty - return of the cop show that beats all the others

When DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer, Forensic Coordinator Tim Ifield (Jason Watkins) alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice.

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Caters Get Rich.

TV choice: What to watch on TV and streaming this week

Check out our Weekend Magazine TV editor Stuart Chandler's picks for the coming week.
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Samantha Morton and  Lesley Manville face off.

TV interview: At the heart of this tale of the capital’s brothels is a family saga

London 1763, the capital of the world, the most cosmopolitan place on Earth. One in five women in London is making her living selling sex. In some areas brothels, run by indomitable Madams, are to be found on almost every street.

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Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dies

Colin Dexter, creator of the Inspector Morse series, died at his home in Oxford this morning, his publisher Macmillan has said.

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What will happen in the soaps this week?

What will happen in the soaps this week?

Here’s our guide to storylines you can expect in the soaps this week.

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Dawn Simmons and her brother Mark werent afraid to get their hands (or faces) grubby for charity (C4787-1)

THIS WEEK IN 1989: Portsmouth catches the red nose fever

Red nose fever swept across Portsmouth as people helped to raise more than £10m for Comic Relief.

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The simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

The simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

Want to save £139 a year on your Sky TV subscription with a single click of a button?

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Rice Krispies boy Sean Smith lost one of his front teeth on the day he was scheduled to appear in an advertisement (C3366-2)

THIS WEEK IN 1988: Sean’s snap, crackle and crunch

It was snap, crackle and then crunch for the Rice Krispies ad kid from Gosport – he lost a tooth while eating the breakfast cereal.

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What to expect in the soaps this week

What to expect in the soaps this week

Here’s our guide to soap opera storylines this week

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Picture: PA Photo/BBC/Steffan Hill.

‘It’s dirtier and grittier than Game of Thrones’

If anyone can pull off long locks in the name of art, it’s Alexander Dreymon.

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As she waited to be taken to the operating theater for what was expected to be a half-hour operation, Mrs Evans, pictured right, 24, of Kennedy Way, Purbrook, said she was petrified' (6713-1)

THIS WEEK IN 1986: Charlene’s breast cancer op is aired live on BBC television

Charlene Evans was stunned when her doctor told her she had a lump in one breast – and that the BBC wanted to film an operation to remove it.

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Portsmouth’s Kim Woodburn in ‘two-faced maggot’  dig at Celebrity Big Brother winner Coleen Nolan

Portsmouth’s Kim Woodburn in ‘two-faced maggot’ dig at Celebrity Big Brother winner Coleen Nolan

Cleaning guru Kim Woodburn has called Coleen Nolan a ‘two-faced maggot’ during an appearance on Loose Women.

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X Factor auditions being held in Portsmouth tomorrow

X Factor auditions being held in Portsmouth tomorrow

ASPIRING singers will have the chance to make their dreams come true when a hit TV talent show returns.

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Broadchurch: A spoiler-free guide as series 3 starts tonight

Cancel any exciting plans you had for tonight – because Broadchurch is back!

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Mary Berry

READER’S OPINION: ‘Mary Berry’s fame is baffling’

Mary Berry, another of my ‘B’ media types who leave me less than joyful (think Blair as another!) whinges that contestants burst into tears too easily when a dish goes awry or they lose, nevertheless has a valid point.

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What’s coming up in the soaps this week

What’s coming up in the soaps this week

Here’s our guide to soap storylines this week.

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Seven controversial BRIT Awards moments

Seven controversial BRIT Awards moments

From the KLF firing blanks at the crowd to Pulp singer Jarvis Cocker’s lampooning of Michael Jackson’s Jesus complex to Robbie Williams challenging Liam Gallagher to a “square-go”, the BRIT Awards have always displayed a knack for controversy.

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What will happen in the soaps this week

What will happen in the soaps this week

Here’s our look at soap opera storylines coming up this week.

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