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Modern Family

8.30pm, Sky1

COMEDY What a surprise, Gloria is taking forever to get ready for dinner at a swanky restaurant, which took a lot of blood, sweat and tears to arrange. While over at the Pritchett-Tuckers, there is an even bigger sartorial crisis taking place when Mitch and Cam appear to be wearing the exact same outfit.


DCI Banks

9.00pm, ITV

CRIME DRAMA The last episode in the series sees DCI Banks faced with a huge dilemma, putting his integrity as a man of the law on the line. Banks puts pressure on Al to confess to being Jaff's accomplice in the murder of Richard Martin, but when the body is discovered, Al all but confesses to knowing about the killing. He cleverly makes Banks an offer to get his daughter back from Jaff, but it would mean breaking the rules. The question remains, how far will DCI Banks go to keep his family together?.


The Michael McIntyre Chat Show

10:35pm BBC1

COMEDY He is one of our best-loved comedians, and now we get to enjoy his comical antics for a whole six weeks on his brand-new chat show. The new series sees Michael in the interviewer's chair for the first time ever, doing his best to quiz three celebrity guests each week. He is joined by broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, pop star Lily Allen and business tycoon Lord Alan Sugar.


11:50pm, Channel 4

EVENT Lewisham's finest, Troy, has amazed the public for the past few weeks with his brilliant magic tricks, fusing street magic with studio illusions and large-scale public stunts. In this episode he makes mischief at a boat party while stunning the crowd with his mindreading powers.

EDL Girls - Don't Call Me Racist

9.00pm, BBC3

DOCUMENTARY In this steely account of far-right street movement, The English Defence League (EDL), we hear from women inside the party, many of whom feel misunderstood and misrepresented. This is their opportunity to offer their account of what it's like to be an 'EDL Angel', and follows the stories of Gail, 41, the regional EDL leader for Yorkshire, Amanda, 18, new recruit from Yorkshire and Katie, 16, from Reading, who is from a large extended family of staunch EDL supporters.
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Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Mar 9, 2014
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