IN&OUTTONIGHT Mark the shows you love. See your own personal TV schedule. Share with your friends. Just text LL TV to 65400 Texts to 65400 are charged at standard rate. The service connects to the internet; data is charged at your operators standard rate. Free from London Lite BBC1 11AM 6PM 7PM 8PM 9PM 10PM 11PM TONIGHTSTV 18 Wednesday, 29 July 2009 London Lite Country living can be murder Midsomer Murders ITV1, 8pm The Culture Show BBC2, 7pm Theres something for everyone in tonights culture vulture variety pack. Miranda sawyer chats with Jack White, right, about The Dead Weather, his side-project with assorted other rock stars. Novelist David Peace discusses his red riding series, set in the corrupt North of the seventies, and the Brian Clough Leeds saga The Damned United. Meanwhile, Mark Kermode turns his cineaste eye to classic rock documentaries, and theres also a look at the futurism exhibition at the Tate Modern. Phew. Silverville BBC1, 10.45pm For a growing number of older men and women, a retirement village is the solution to balance needs and independence in later years. This new six-part series follows the lives of the residents of Lovat Fields, a community of 300-plus residents, mostly in their seventies and eighties, on the edge of Milton Keynes. Tonight we meet 83-year-old Amelia, who certainly knows what shes about. What change would make the most difference to her? Getting a boyfriend! Lo and behold, new arrival Lawrence, 87, turns up, but a promising blind date -- his first in 70 years -- has its twists. A h, the glories of the english countryside. Verdant hedgerows, the thwack of willow on the village green, Pimms and G&t in the saloon bar as the evening draws in... and murder. What can be more comforting of an evening than curling up on the sofa with a rural detective and a still-warm corpse or two for company? Besides costumed Agatha Christie affairs, for 12 years now Midsomer Murders has been the most reliable provider of homicide outside the big smoke. As fictional counties go, Midsomer is a great place to visit -- the fevered affairs and intrigue are endlessly entertain- ing -- but you wouldnt want toBig hitters: country coppers Jason Hughes and John Nettles Emmerdale ITV1, 7pm WheN Faye (Kim Thomson, right) gets the keys to a brand-new car through the door her first thought is to wonder just who sent it to her. Its not who she guesses it is -- and the real generous soul may be very disappointed by her eventual reaction. Meanwhile, Val has a plan to stop rodney getting back together with Diane. the most of him, for the actors promised to retire the charac- ter next year.) tonights case has its roots far away from england: a black- and-white prologue from the Berlin of the Cold War is the key to what will unfold. Back in the present day, the local countryside turns out to be chock-a-block with spooks -- even Barnaby apparently had his time in MI6. And when a very important and shadowy figure is spirited in with high-level officials all a-tizz that no harm should come to him, you have to fear the worst -- after all, this is Midsomer. the corpses pile up. throw in a mysterious marauding beast plus a strange break-in at the museum with nothing stolen, and you have a meatily satisfying couple of hours of indulgent escapism. 11.00 homes Under The hammer (r,s). 11.30 Trash To Cash (s); BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Cash In The Attic (r,s). 1.00 BBC News; Weather (s). 1.30 regional News And Weather (s). 1.45 Doctors (s). A medium discovers something about her past. 2.15 Murder, she Wrote (r,s). 3.00 BBC News; Weather; regional News (s). 3.25 CBBC: Bear Behaving Badly (r,s). 3.50 League of super evil (r,s); Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF. 4.05 Best of Friends (r,s). 4.35 Animals At Work (r,s). 5.00 Newsround (s). 5.15 Weakest Link (r,s). 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 Wildest Dreams (s). The eight remaining wildlife enthusiasts take on their next challenge, completing a crash course in working at heights before hanging halfway down a cliff to film a nest of 30,000 killer bees. Nick Knowles presents. Followed by BBC News; Regional News. 8.30 Seaside Rescue (s). 3/7. The Brixham lifeboat is scrambled in Torbay when three people are spotted in the sea, Navy rescue helicopter 193 is deployed to help a walker who has broken her ankle, while in Perranporth, rNLI lifeguards give assistance to a woman who has taken a blow from a surfboard. David Morrissey narrates. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? (s). 3/6. Kate humble finds out about her family. she begins by researching her grandfather, a pilot during the second World War, and investigates the story of her great- great-great grandfather. her journey finishes at the National Archives, where she learns her grandfather was a PoW in the camp featured in the film The Great escape. 10.00 BBC News (s). 10.25 BBC Regional News (s); Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws (s). More fortunes are made. Presented by scott Mills. 10.45 Silverville (s). 1/6. New series. The lives of residents in Lovat Fields, a retirement village in Milton Keynes. stephanie Cole narrates. see Ben Felsenburg 11.15 Their Eyes Were Watching God (s) (2005). Premiere. A woman looks back on three failed marriages and an illicit affair. Twenties-set drama, starring halle Berry, Michael ealy and ruby Dee. see Film Choice Followed by National Lottery Update And Weatherview. 1.10 sign Zone: on Thin Ice (r,s). The team embarks on the south Pole race. 2.10 sign Zone: rick steins Far eastern odyssey (r,s). 3.10 sign Zone: heir hunters (r,s). 3.55 BBC News (s). Kate Humble 9pm, Who Do You Think You Are? PREVIEW BEN FELSENBURG live there. After all, the murder rate must easily have outstripped the South Bronx by now. Just thank goodness for Inspector Barnaby -- John Nettless inde- fatigable detective, his expression unreadably poised between serene smile and scowl, hasnt failed to find his killer yet. 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