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Tear-jerker as tragedy strikes for the doctors; Peek-at-the-week.

MONDAY: Bramwell (ITV, 9.00pm): Get the hankies ready for this tear- jerking drama. The heartache strikes near home when Dr Marsham (Kevin McMonagle) finds out that his wife has breast cancer.

He has to persuade Eleanor (Jemma Redgrave, left) and Robert (David Calder) to operate on her. He also has to have a rethink about quitting the Thrift and heading to a new job in Edinburgh.

TUESDAY: Touching Evil (ITV, 9.00pm): After the cracking start to this creepy crime series, expectations will be high for the latest two-part story. DI Creegan (Robson Green) and his team are called into action following a series of suspicious deaths at a local hospital. The investigation soon brings back Creegan's own painful memories of his brush with death when he was gunned down.

WEDNESDAY: Sportsnight - The European Cup Winners' Cup Final (BBC1, 7.20pm): At one stage I dreamed that Hearts would be contesting this event in Rotterdam tonight. But that was a rather short- lived fantasy.

As it happens, it's Barcelona and Paris St Germain who will fight it out for the silverware. Barry Davies does the commentary while Alan Hansen does his dour analysis in the studio.

THURSDAY: Father Ted (Channel 4, 10.00pm): It may be a repeat of the first series but it is still one of the funniest events of the week. The first episode of the cleric comedy sees Father Ted (Dermot Morgan) with ambitions of being a TV star.

FRIDAY: See You Friday (ITV, 8.30pm): After their holiday romance Neil Pearson and Joanna Roth continue with their long-distance love affair.

Tonight, our romeo decides to surprise the girl of his dreams by driving down to visit her.
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Date:May 10, 1997
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