Tuesday Satellite: Satellite Pick of the Day

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Tuesday Satellite: Satellite Pick of the Day


Tru Calling Sky One, 9.00pm ELIZA DUSHKU stars as Tru, a mortuary assistant with the power to re-live the previous 24 hours and thus prevent murders and suicides from taking place.

On Valentine's Day, Tru searches for a serial killer who leaves newspaper clippings in the shape of hearts on his victims.

The Valentine Killer has killed at least five other victims, all around the romantic date.

The next victim asks for Tru's help out at a cabin site, but as the day rewinds and Tru changes events, the one out at the cabin at the time of the murder is Lindsay.

Gypsy Woman Sky Movies 1, 8.00pm A RUTHLESS property developer investigating the death of a builder feels an instant attraction for the dead man's widow.

When his feelings are reciprocated he becomes drawn into the secretive world of the gypsies.

Jack Davenport and Neve McIntosh star in this romantic comedy.

The Smoking Room BBC3, 9.00pm THE smokers are stunned when one of their colleagues drops dead only a day after retiring.

Annie takes it particularly badly as she has her own, more personal bereavement to deal with as well.

As they discuss what the dead man meant to them and try to work out if they will get time off for the funeral -the smokers can't help but ponder their own mortality. They discuss their own theories on life after death, while Sharon valiantly struggles to get them to do some work. …

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