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WATSON & OLIVER BBC2, 10pm Lorna Watson and Ingrid Oliver claim that seeing the first series of their sketch show on TV was like 'waiting for exam results.' They're also keen to point out that they don't mind that not everybody felt that all the gags worked, because this time, they feel they've learned from their mistakes. And, if last week's edition is anything to go by, the second run is far better than the first with a lot more laughs per episode. The duo's parodies of TV shows are particularly good, with Made in Chelsea, Call the Midwife and The Killing all being gently mocked in a loving, homage-like way. Expect more of the same in this episode, along with a host of new characters and situations.

TRAUMA DOCTORS Channel 5, 9pm In this documentary about medical teams from the Royal London Hospital and Air Ambulance. A crash involving several vehicles creates more drama for medics as they arrive at the scene. One driver shows no signs of trauma and is suspiciously unconscious. They also deal with a pedestrian who has been struck by a car and is suffering from amnesia, so the trauma team carry out a series of tests to establish the cause of his memory loss.

SECRETARY FILM4, 10.50PM A shy and lonely woman who often indulges in self-harm is released from a mental hospital and returns to her Florida home town, where she takes a job as a lawyer''s secretary. She soon embarks on a sadomasochistic relationship with her domineering boss that has a dramatic effect on both their lives. Steven Shainberg''s comedy drama starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Spader, Lesley Ann Warren, Stephen McHattie, Jeremy Davies, Patrick Bauchau, Jessica Tuck, Oz Perkins, Mary Joy and Michael Mantell.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:May 2, 2013
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