BEST OF THE REST.
LINE OF DUTY BBC2, 9pm STEVE Arnott (Martin Compston) is getting closer to the truth of the investigation, but wily so-and-so Matthew "Dot" Cottan (Craig Parkinson) is blocking him at every turn. First of all, the list, the list!
Steve has figured out that something was in that envelope, but will that lovely lady who does all that helpful admin pass on the DNA results or do Dot's bidding? Meanwhile, it's all rather galling as Dot goes up to collect his Outstanding Bravery gong at a police awards ceremony. The Pride of Britain he most certainly is not.
Then he heads back to Kate's (Vicky McClure) for a coffee and sticks the knife into Steve (again), telling her he's up to no good. He's got her wrapped around his little finger.
PAUL O'GRADY'S ANIMAL ORPHANS ITV, 9pm HAVING fallen head over heels for one-year-old orangutan Archie, Paul is back at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. He is distracted by a five-yearold orangutan called Boogie Boy, who unfortunately became a tad ambitious while swinging from trees and broke his arm. Such are the perils of life as a jungle-dweller.
Paul helps staff give physio to orangutan Boogie Boy But lucky little Boogie Boy is getting physio, while Paul distracts him with fruit. You didn't see that in The Jungle Book.
Later Paul also visits the Sun Bear conservation centre where he meets 10-month-old bear Kala. "She's a stunner," he says. But soon he'll be jumping into a cage with a Sun Bear, which is slightly alarming.
Paul helps staff give physio to orangutan Boogie Boy
Kate is becoming suspicious of Steve
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Apr 21, 2016|
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