Terrestrial Pick of the Day

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Terrestrial Pick of the Day


Sea of Souls BBC1, 9.00 pm

IT'S the X-Files, Glesga style, as a new drama series about the paranormal kicks off tonight.

Bill Paterson, Archie Panjabi and Peter MacDonald star as the parapsychology research team at Glasgow's Clyde University.

Their mission in life is to try to explain the inexplicable.

The first of three two-part stories sees the team investigate the case of twins who were separated at birth and who appear to have the gift of telepathy.

Siobhan Redmond takes on the dual role of Carol Fleming and Helen Reid.

Carol's relationship with husband Gordon is going through a rocky patch and she is trying to end a secret affair with Mike, one of her art college students.

She also keeps having disturbing dreams in which she's trapped within Theodore Chasseriau's famous painting, The Artist's Two Sisters.

Visiting an exhibition of Chasseriau's work in London, Carol comes face to face with a woman who is her mirror image.

Coronation Street ITV, 7.30 pm & 8.30 pm

THE full weight of the law is about to come down on the head of poor Rita Sullivan.

Evil munch kin Cilla is convinced her coaching of son Chesney will have swayed the court to bring a verdict of guilty against the queen of the Kabin for walloping her boy.

Despite her lawyer's warnings to keep calm, Rita finally loses her cool and tells the court exactly what kind of woman Cilla is and what she's really up to.

Meanwhile, Harry and Eileen find themselves on a date that's been stage managed by Can dice. And Karen's dream wedding hits a snag when she discovers all her bridesmaids have been taken ill with chicken pox.

The Afternoon Play: Glasgow Dreams BBC1, 2.30 pm

FORMER River city star Sh a ban a Bakhsh is joined by Claire Grogan and, making her acting debut, Edith Bowman, in the last of BBC1's Afternoon Plays.

Yasmeela and her father, Arob, live on a rough Glaswegian council estate. Their enigmatic young neighbour, Dino, has an institutionalized distrust of ''foreigners'', but Yasmin and Arob's humour and optimism is infectious.

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