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The television program airing tonight will feature Lorraine Kelly’s deeply heartfelt comeback to Lockerbie.

Go back to Lockerbie with Lorraine Kelly.

9pm, ITV1

During 1988, Lorraine Kelly provided coverage of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing that occurred over Lockerbie. This tragic event resulted in the death of 243 passengers, 16 crew members, and 11 residents, making it the deadliest terrorist attack in the UK. In her documentary, Kelly emphasizes that it is not focused on the case, but rather on the impact on the local community who remained after the media coverage ended. During her return visit, she speaks with these individuals, showcasing their stories.


9pm, BBC One

The stunning scenery and significant level of crime in Shetland have captivated DI Ruth Calder (portrayed by Ashley Jensen), causing her to extend her stay in order to resolve some unfinished business. These matters are quite complex, involving eerie symbols, a secretive individual, and a puzzling tattoo. Hannah Verdier.

Cause of Death

9pm, Channel 5

This week, the coroner’s office is handling two separate cases that involve thorough investigations by the police and families seeking closure. However, the circumstances surrounding the death of 29-year-old Jozsef, who was discovered in nearby woods, are vastly different from those of 79-year-old David Burke, who passed away in a hospital. Can Dr. Adeley and his team provide any insight into these cases? – Ellen E Jones

The Lazarus Project

9pm, Sky Max

Paapa Essiedu continues to showcase his immense talent in his role in the time-bending thriller, “I May Destroy You” and “Black Mirror”. In the first episode of the second season, Essiedu’s character George is tasked with stopping a three-week time loop while also trying to regain the trust of his team of special agents. HV

Alan Davies on David Mitchell’s Outsiders.

David Mitchell’s Outsiders

10pm, Dave

The winners of this year’s Outsiders competition have been revealed, but there are still two more badges up for grabs. One of them is the flying badge, which will involve Judi Love, Alan Davies, and others launching host David Mitchell into the air. Afterwards, they must create a post-apocalyptic political party and include mandatory elements like sun, sand, and sex in their manifesto.

The BBC’s New Comedy Awards

10.40pm, BBC One


Find out the upcoming humorous title to purchase tickets for, as Rosie Jones reveals the winner of this year’s comedy awards. Judges Josh Pugh, Zoe Lyons, and Darren Harriott will determine which of the six finalists brings the most laughter, as they perform at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow. Renaming.

Film choice

‎Hidetoshi Nishijima and Tōko Miura in Drive My Car.

The movie “Drive My Car” by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi will be airing on Film4 at 10:50pm.

Two recent works by Japanese filmmaker Ryûsuke Hamaguchi are being shown, including Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy and a moving adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s short story. The latter will be screened tomorrow, following the story of Tokyo actor-director Yūsuke who travels to Hiroshima after a personal tragedy to stage a multilingual version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Along the way, he is accompanied by Misaki (played by Tōko Miura), a young woman who shares his feelings of loss and guilt. The theme of storytelling is explored as Yūsuke and Misaki travel to and from rehearsals. Simon Wardell

Source: theguardian.com