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Here you can visit the BULMERS bars, have a go at winning more apple prizes with the PLAY BULMERS Apple Shy and enjoy a complementary BULMERS Cider. FromTopGearto top of the world Nasa -- Triumph And Tragedy/James May At The Edge Of Space BBC2, 9pm/10pm Skins Channel 4, 11pm Back in a blaze of skateboard sparks, the delinquent teen drama returns, still wanting its very own asbo so badly it hurts. as is now customary, the third series features an almost entirely new crew, led by bad boy cooky and swoonsome Freddie. Both have their heads instantly turned by Effy (kaya Scodelario, right). The only way for her to choose: whoevers first to break every rule on day one at Roundview. Long may Skins refuse to grow up, and look out for ardal OHanlon as a hilariously miserable teacher. The Da Vinci Shroud -- Revealed Five, 8pm caTHOLIcS believed the Shroud of Turin to be the burial shroud of Jesus christ, until in 1988 carbon dating proved the ghostly and supposedly miraculous image of a man was made 1,300 years after the crucifixion. Yet that wasnt the end of the story: how had this ingenious fraud been created? The shroud is neither a painting nor a print, and for decades experts have tried to unlock its secrets. Now a fascinating theory supported by a lot of circumstantial evidence suggests Leonardo Da Vinci was its creator, devising technology that anticipated an invention hundreds of years into the future. R emember that glorious day in 1982 when man first landed on mars? No? blame richard Nixon. In 1969 the US president canned the next scheduled glorious chapter in mans exploration of the universe for budgetary reasons. As were reminded in the second half of this absorbing history of Nasa, after the initial moon landing Americas space programme grabbed the biggest headlines only when missions went wrong: the dramatic rescue of Apollo 13 in 1970; the tragedy of the Challenger shuttle explosion in 1986, and the calamitous loss of the Columbia on re-entry in 2003. The switch from the giddy ambition of the Apollo moonLiving the high life: James May flies 70,000ft above Earth Coronation Street ITV1, 7.30pm THERES a surprise for the girls at the factory. Rosie (Helen Flanagan, right) has bought a share of the business and will be the new boss. Sallys pleased, but kevin doesnt react half so happily. Still, he does have his mind on other business -- namely Molly. How far are their feelings for each other going to take them? ment jargon. but then James may reacquaints us with the power of the dream of space over the human imagination. The boffin of the Top Gear crew gets the trip of a lifetime: 13 miles up in a US Air Force U-2 spy plane. even if you saw glimpses of his journey in the recent James may On The moon, the full story is still exciting and well worth watching. The moment he first tries on a helmet and freaks out with claus- trophobia shows just how tough the training can be. Yet may perseveres, and eventually, strapped into a spacesuit in the near-vacuum far above earth his boyhood fantasy is complete. That yearning spirit of adventure may one day still draw us far beyond the moon. 11.00 To Buy Or Not To Buy (S). a Lancashire couple hoping to find a bungalow. 11.30 cash In The celebrity attic (R,S). With Nick Hancock; BBc News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R,S). Two teams are challenged to pick up bargains in Glasgow. 1.00 BBc News; Weather (S). 1.30 Regional News and Weather (S). 1.45 Wimbledon 2009 (S,HD). Sue Barker introduces further live coverage of the mens singles quarter-finals on day nine of the all England championships at SW19. coverage continues on BBc2. 6.00 BBC News (S); Weather. 6.30 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 7.00 The One Show (S). Topical magazine show, presented by adrian chiles and christine Bleakley. 7.30 Real Rescues (R,S). a paramedic finds himself in the unusual situation of having to deliver twins when a woman goes into labour early and her midwife is held up by traffic. Nick knowles presents. Followed by BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef (S). 10/15. The six remaining contestants are challenged to cook a two-course meal for 30 schoolchildren before preparing a roast dinner to impress judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace. If their food fails to impress, two of the celebrities run the risk of being sent home. continues tomorrow. 9.00 Waking The Dead (R,S). 12/12. Part two of two. Boyd and the team uncover links between terrible war crimes and a major drugs deal, and set out to bring all the criminals to justice. Ron cook, anna Madeley and Branka katic guest star, with Trevor Eve and Sue Johnston. 10.00 BBC News (S). 10.25 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws (S). Scott Mills presents. 10.45 The Worlds Fastest Indian (S) (2005). a motorbike enthusiast tries to break the land-speed record. Drama, starring anthony Hopkins. Followed by National Lottery Update And Weatherview. 12.45 Sign Zone: Springwatch Holidays With Martin Hughes-Games (R,S). The presenter offers tips on the best locations around the Uk to enjoy wildlife watching on holiday, from seaside trips and camping activities to spending time in the garden. 1.45 Sign Zone: Famous, Rich and Homeless (R,S). Part one of two. Five celebrities experience life as homeless people. 2.45 Sign Zone: celebrity Masterchef (R,S). 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