TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS.
HAVE you ever suspected your partner is having an affair? Mark Strong, Caroline Goodall and Nat Parker are the love triangle caught up in this psychological thriller about murder and deceit.
Strong plays successful consultant Michael who has cheated on his wife in the past.
Now she is having an affair with his best friend and their marriage is under a strain.
Then Michael's keys are found... clutched in the hands of a dead woman found on a rubbish heap.
Actor Mark Strong says: ''Michael and Anne appear to have a perfect relationship when in fact it's rotten to the core.
"What is extraordinary is that there are three people locked together in a supposed trusting friendship, when in fact all of them are lying to each other on some level.''
CARIBBEAN HOLIDAY (BBC 1, 7pm)
THE latest spin-off from the Holiday stable sees the travel team checking out the tropical island of Barbados.
The backdrop of sun, sand and sea is a magical combination for holiday makers and the new series offers a look behind the scenes from the couple who are planning to marry on the island, to the hotel entertainment manager who dreads meeting his hero, local reggae star Eddy Grant.
The experts say there are five top things to do in Barbados - sunbathe, swim, scuba dive, go calypso dancing and sample the rum cocktails.
BIG KEVIN LITTLE KEVIN (BBC 2, 8pm)
COOKERY'S oddball couple collide with a mixture of cuisine, character and culture as Ready Steady Cook's Kevin Woodford and American chef Kevin Belton join forces for a new series.
They aim to discover the best food on offer in the UK and the States and begin with a visit to Cornwall and Louisiana.
New Orleans is Big Kevin's home town and he shows no fear when it comes to alligator wrangling.
Meanwhile, Little Kevin is happier going underground in the Cornish tin mines with tales of the pixies and Cornish pasties.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||May 4, 1999|
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