Princess Diana: A guide to all the TV specials celebrating her life 20 years after her death Tampabay.com (blog.
How to watch USPGA Championship 2017: TV , online and stream guide for final golf major of year at Quail Hollow Daily Mail.
Diana's family lead backlash against Channel 4 documentary revealing intimate sex life with Prince Charles The Independent.
Home and Away is also on... Channel 5 1:15pm Wed 18 Oct Click to view full show details RTÉ One 1:30pm Wed 18 Oct Click to view full show details Channel 5 (+1) 2:15pm Wed 18 Oct Click to view full show details 5STAR 3:30pm Wed 18 Oct Click to view full.
The answer is visible to the other team members and the audience at home ... UK-based Passion Distribution is bringing a slate of new formats to the French Riviera. Headlining its factual slate is The Class Next Door. Made by Firecracker Films for Channel.
Rory McIlroy was the hot favourite to win this year's USPGA Championship at Quail Hollow, but Thorbjorn Olesen and Kevin Kisner grabbed the lead after the first round on four under par. All eyes this week are also on Jordan Spieth, who is chasing golf.
Tennis fans can keep up with all the on-court action on BBC One and BBC Two during the day which will broadcast the biggest matches from 1:45pm and 11:30am respectively on weekdays (though times these may be subject to change) and at 12:15 on BBC .
The game be shown live on BT Sport 3 for viewers in the UK - but for full global TV listings, click here ... away at Feyenoord in their opening game followed up by a 2-0 win at home to Shakhtar Donetsk. Napoli started with a 2-1 defeat away at Shakhtar.
UK broadcasters back BBC's call for top spots on programme guides The Guardian.
Arsenal 3 Cologne 1: Alexis Sanchez lights up a fiery Emirates Stadium Evening Standard.
Meanwhile, in developed countries, many people are adopting home automation, using smart phones and remote controls so they don’t even have to reach for a switch or stand up to change TV channels ... But the health benefits are significant and should.
It was one of several moments of brutal honesty in last night's Wasting Away: The Truth About Anorexia ( Channel 4), in which the Austin family used their story as the basis for a programme that sought to dispel the misapprehensions under which Mark had.