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Wednesday 17 January 2018

Touch and go

Torchwood: Miracle Day

BBC1, 9pm The team are now up to speed with what the "overflow camps" are for. So what's the next step they should take?

Gwen (below) and Rhys are still doing their utmost to free her father from Cowbridge, while Jack continues to try to get into the inner sanctum of PhiCorp.

But has he ruffled one feather too many?



living hell

Jaycee: My 18 Years In Captivity

Channel 4, 10pm Twenty years ago Jaycee Lee Dugard was aged just 11 when she was abducted by convicted rapist Phillip Garrido and held captive for 18 years. During that time she gave birth to two of his daughters. Garrido was on parole at the time and the mystery remains as to how he managed to evade arrest for so many years.



fantasy futures

Channel 4, 8pm When William and Ann Brennan saw their dream property advertised in a Sunday newspaper they bought it straight away, but their fantasy of running a hotel has long since turned sour.

The couple are heading for financial meltdown and presenter Ruth Watson has quite a job to try and pull them back from the brink.



SOAP WATCH

Eastenders

RTE1, BBC1, 7.30pm Ian Beale is delighted with the effect his obnoxious lie is having on his love life.

He even boasts to Alfie that his wife Jane's 'death' is the best thing that's ever happened to him.

However, when Shanice hears what's going on everything is suddenly up for grabs.

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