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DCI BANKS ITV, 9pm Part two of two. With Geoff now a marked man, he and daughter Evie are put under watch at a hotel while the search for Mullen is widened. However, when the suspect follows Evie's boyfriend to the location and sets off the fire alarm, he draws Geoff and Evie outside. Meanwhile, Banks believes loan shark Hargreaves is behind the hit on Marcus, and manages to extend his stay in the cell, despite having very little evidence against him. The conclusion of the two-part case, starring Stephen Tompkinson, Andrea Lowe, Caroline Catz, Jack Deam, Danny Rahim, Silas Carson, Ellora Torchia, Nick Moran, Michael Jibson, Richard Hawley, Ciara Baxendale and Andrea Mason.

THE BILLION DOLLAR CHICKEN SHOP BBC1, 9pm A new restaurant is due to open in Oxley, Wolverhampton, so the managers begin a recruitment drive. It's business as usual in other stores as the workers begin the day by scraping away the fat and cleaning toilets before opening the doors to the public. Meanwhile, in Glasgow, manager Mark is struggling to keep the homeless from scavenging in the bins.

THE DEVIL'S DOUBLE BBC1, 11.15pm An Iraqi soldier is forced to become a double for Saddam Hussein's sadistic son Uday to distract assassins. His new role plunges him into a world of depravity, as he becomes a first-hand witness to the acts of murder and violence Uday routinely indulges in. Drama, directed by Lee Tamahori, with Dominic Cooper providing a fantastic performance in the lead role. Ludivine Sagnier, Philip Quast, Raad Rawi, Mimoun Oaissa, Khalid Laith, Dar Salim and Mem Ferda co-star.

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Mar 25, 2015
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