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Champions League Football (SKy Sports 2, 7pm) Manchester United take on Schalke 04 in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final at the Veltins-Arena in Germany (ko 7.45pm). Wayne Rooney and Javier Hern[sz]ndez will be hoping to add to their goal tally, but they have some way to go to compete with the competition's all-time leading scorer Ral who is now playing for the German club following his move from Real Madrid in 2010.

Coronation Street (ITV1, 7.30pm) In this special extra episode for Easter Sunday, Sean heads to London where he is about to meet his son Dylan who he's not seen since Violet left the street when he was just a baby. Sean has an unexpected surprise when he bumps into his former lover Marcus, but it becomes clear that all is not well between Violet and her partner Jamie when he returns to their flat to find they have split up. Back in Weatherfield, Eileen is thrilled to have son Todd and his rich new boyfriend Jools, to stay, but their plans for a quiet holiday quickly go awry.

When Kate Met William (ITV1, 9pm) This is just one of many royal-themed programmes to grace our screens this week, but this one is worth a look. The question is, were William and Kate destined to be together? Featuring interviews with people who know them, it reveals how they came close to meeting when they were teenagers, long before they became friends at university. It shows footage of their blossoming romance, the break-up and the proposal on the slopes of Mount Kenya.

Top Gear Bolivia Special (BBC2, 7.45pm) The terrible trio are sent to Bolivia, where they are challenged to travel through the rainforest and journey to the coast of Chile, driving second-hand off-road vehicles bought locally for a maximum of pounds 3,500 each. Along the way, they encounter drug lords and feel the effects of altitude sickness as they negotiate the region's roads, one of which is a notoriously dangerous 40-mile mountain pass dubbed El Camino de la Muerte - the Death Road.

The Secret Millionaire (C4, 9pm) Sean Gallagher lost his sister to epilepsy 25 years ago. Now the 45-year-old boss of a successful recruitment agency is a millionaire who is about to go undercover in a run down area of Middlesbrough.

Lewis (ITV1, 8pm) It's the last in the series and when a local businesswoman is bludgeoned to death, it appears to be a blackmail plot gone wrong. But all is not as it seems, as the body count rises, Lewis (Kevin Whately) and Hathaway (Laurence Fox) realise there is a decades-old secret at the heart of the case, which they must uncover to bring the present-day murders to a halt.

In this incredibly emotional programme, he meets Richard and Tracy Clarke who have set up an organisation called 'Abbie's Love', and through this, they have managed to raise thousands of pounds to provide bed alarms for epileptics, in memory of their daughter who died following an epileptic fit.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 23, 2011
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