SATELLITE PICK OF THE DAY.
TRAVEL back in time to medieval England where Brother Cadfael attemps to solve more monastic myseries.
This time the man in the brown habit is investigating the rape, murder and encasement in ice of a nun.
Cadfael's invertigations not only uncover a murderer, but also the fact he himself has fathered a son, despite now being a celibate vessel of God.
Derek Jacobi stars along with Julian Firth and Amelia Curtis.
Al Murray's Road To Berlin Discovery Channel, 10.00pm
FUNNYMAN Al Murray continues his journey through wartime Britain with an episode that focuses on the famous Lancaster bomber.
Al talks to the air crew who flew the bombers and fighter escorts and finds out what the famous 'war bird', as the Lancaster was known, was like to fly.
Stealing Harvard Sky Movies, 1 8.00pm A PRACTICAL, hard-working man has just saved enough money to marry his long-term girlfriend.
Then he receives an unexpected phone call reminding him of his promise to pay for his niece's college tuition.
He's stunned to hear that she's just won a place at the prestigious Harvard University.
Wedding bells are put on hold as he turns to his under-achieving best friend, who convinces him to take a hare-brained foray into the world of petty crime to get the extra cash.
Jason Lee, Tom Green, Leslie Mann and Dennis Farina star in an unlikely comedy.
Phone Booth Sky Movies 4, 9.00pm
A SLICK media consultant becomes trapped in a nightmare after he answers a ringing phone in the street.
He finds himself trapped in the phone booth after being told by the caller - a serial killer with a sniper rifle - he'll be shot dead if he hangs up.
Meanwhile, the killer is arbritarily wiping out anyone he feels deserves to die.
Colin Farrell, Kiefer Sutherland and Forest Whitaker star in a claustrophobic suspense thriller.
Live Football Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm
HOW the mighty have fallen. Just a couple of seasons ago, West Ham v Leeds would have been one of the highlights of the Premiership calendar.
Today, both sides are struggling to make an impact in the Championship, the league formerly known as Division One.
Leeds' financial problems have been well-documented and the Hammers aren't in much better shape, having hived off such talent as Joe Cole, Jermain Defoe and Michael Carrick in recent times.
Promotion is the aim of both sides, but that looks a forlorn hope even at this stage of the season. Tonight's game kicks off at 7.45pm.
DON'T HANG UP: Colin Farrell is at the mercy of a killer in Phone Booth, Sky Movies 4, 9.00pm
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Dec 10, 2004|
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