After a meandering couple of opening episodes comes the third part of ITV1's supernatural drama, really beginning to deliver frights and further the mystery surrounding the titular house, Marchlands.
Adapted by William Boyd from his best-selling novel for Channel 4, Any Human Heart tells the life story of Logan Mountstuart; an aspiring novelist, professional journalist, part-time spy and lifelong romantic.
Episode 3 of the gradually improving fifth series sees Skins take a massive and unexpected leap from good to great, revolving around tall, slim, blonde bimbo Mini, the Generation 3 cast's token bitch.
Only two episodes in and BBC One's new sci-fi drama was in severe danger of being dubbed Dourcasts, but along comes the third instalment with some welcome warmth.
As the first instalment came to a dramatic end with the landing of an escape pod (sadly no droids included), we were introduced to Julius Berger.
The ITC stable produced some of the best remembered programmes of the 1960s and ‘70s, and this sampler collection showcases a remarkable series of restorations.
This week the gang discovers a ‘Type 4’ in loud-mouthed Sasha, who isn’t quite as alive as she thinks she is, while George and Nina have a personal problem to navigate and Mitchell gains a new fan.
With a title sequence that no mainstream show would ever dare use today, mid-‘90s British anthology series Chiller gets a long overdue release on DVD.
Following on from the series opener, the second instalment of ITV1's new supernatural drama Marchlands continues with soap and scares in equal measure.
At breakneck pace, the series finale of Primeval at times struggles to keep up with itself.