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PEEK AT THE WEEK.

MONDAY: The Clampers (BBC1, 9.30pm) Everyone dislikes traffic wardens, but rarely does anyone spare a thought for the real men and women behind the uniform, trying to earn a living. This documentary follows a Scottish "demon clamper" in London and shows the job from the other side of the double yellow lines.

TUESDAY: Undercover Britain - Gun Law (Channel 4, 9.30pm) This shocking documentary shows how British gun clubs are using a loophole in the nation's gun laws to import sophisticated American weapons. Shot with a secret camera, it flings open the door of gun culture - and the strangelyobsessive characters behind it.

WEDNESDAY: Out Of Hours (BBC1, 9.30pm) In Lindsay Coulson's first role since leaving EastEnders, she joins former Brookside star John McCardle for a docs on the box drama. The pair play locum doctors forced to deal with round- the-clock crises in a Midlands town. Dominic West is the young doctor whose love life is in a mess.

THURSDAY: Touching Evil (ITV, 9.00pm) The last two-part story in the present series promises to be an explosive one. Creegan (Robson Green) manages to complicate his personal life and put his family at risk when he is attracted to another woman. It seems, there is a soft inside beneath that tough exterior, after all. And work goes on, with an international paedophile ring under investigation by the crack crimebusters.

FRIDAY: Later With Jools Holland (BBC2, 11.15pm) Last in the series of the laid-back music show presented by the multi-talented Jools Holland. US singer Tori Amos joins dance music diva Ultra Nate and indie band Ultrasound for the send- off. The show, arguably the best musical offering on the box, returns in the autumn.
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Millar, John
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 16, 1998
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