Your pick ot this week’s TV.
The Dentists (STV, 9pm)
THIS programme shows the extraordinary array of problems our dentists have to deal with. During this insight we meet 25-year-old Danielle, who as a result of a lifetime of dental neglect and a severe phobia of the dentist, is having to have her own teeth extracted so she can be fitted for dentures to wear for her wedding. Meanwhile, James has been left self-conscious about his smile after his adult teeth never formed.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Channel 5, 9pm)
THIS week’s Vegas-based drama centres on an inferno at struggling music venue, the Lockjaw Club.
Controversial hardcore band White Rising were playing there on the night several people died. Clearly some of the deaths were intentional; one of the victims had been strangled before the fire and left on the dance floor, and the door to the only other exit had been blocked by a car.
Episodes (BBC2, 10pm)
‘PUCKS!’ is finally pulled from the TV schedule, getting a mixed reaction from the creators and cast. Sean proceeds to deny all knowledge and carries on as normal, Beverley begins packing for her seemingly inevitable return to London, while Matt (true to form) seeks comfort in the arms of a 19-year old super-fan...
Fostering And Me With Lorraine Pascale (BBC 2, 9pm)
CHEF, best-selling author and former model Lorraine Pascale is one of TV’s biggest success stories of the past few years. However, her early years were a rollercoaster ride of emotions. She was born in London in 1971; adopted at 18 months, and then went into care aged eight. Here, Lorraine reflects on the impact fostering had on her life, recounting her experiences of being in care and tracking down the people who looked after her, who she hasn’t seen for more than three decades.
Lorraine is celebrity patron of TACT (The Adolescent and Children’s Trust) http://tactcare.org.uk/
Friday Night Dinner (Channel 4, 10pm)
IT’S been 18 months since we last caught up with the Goodman family - now here they are, back for a new run of the sitcom.
Wimbledon Classics: Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic 2013 (BBC Two, 10.45am)
SUE Barker looks back at last year’s unforgettable Wimbledon final in which Andy Murray became the first British men’s singles champion in 77 years.
A Cabbie Abroad (BBC Two, 9pm)
CABBIE Mason McQueen has accepted the challenge to drive a taxi in three very different cities around the world. This week, in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, he will be getting to grips with a unique kind of cab – the tuk tuk. Mason’s host is Cambodian tuk tuk driver Polo Doot, who scrapes a living in one of the city’s poorest slums and whose job it is to train Mason to navigate the anarchy of Phnom Penh.