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HAPPY VALLEY BBC1, 9pm Daniel suspects somebody at school might be responsible for Ryan's new-found interest in Tommy, and tries to explain that he wasn't really a dad to him, while, despite Sean protesting his innocence, Jodie and John receive permission to charge him with all of the murders. However, delight at the developments is tempered when another body is found in the early hours, and Daryl wakes a stunned Alison in the middle of the night and confesses to murder, leading to dramatic scenes at the breakfast table.

THE SECRET LIFE OF THE ZOO Channel 4, 8pm The number of black rhinos left in the wild is dwindling rapidly, but 10 of them have a home at Chester Zoo, and their breeding programme is a major element of preserving the species. As this series draws to a close, cameras focus on female rhino Kitani, who is introduced to her new mate Magadi. However, there's a chance of injury during mating, so keeper Babs is concerned about Kitani's welfare.

BORN TO BE DIFFERENT Channel 4, 9pm Part two of two. The children are approaching their 16th year and being disabled is an added complication to an already anxious time for teenagers. Hamish has achondroplasia, commonly called dwarfism. After being spotted by the New Zealand para-swimming team, he has qualified to represent the country at the world championships in Glasgow, a stepping stone to the Rio Olympics.

WHO'S THE BOSS? BBC2, 9pm The business-based documentary series draws to a close as James Watt, co-founder and 'captain' of craft beer brewery BrewDog, decides to let up to 200 members of his team decide which of three potential regional area managers to hire in the latest recruitment drive. Candidates Luci O'Connor, Andy Price and Russell Malone each take part in a week-long recruitment experiment in which they complete various workplace tasks, under the impression that it is boss James they need to impress.

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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 8, 2016
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