30 Monday, 5 October 2009 London Lite 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 Sogripping its simplycriminal Criminal Justice 2 BBC1, 9pm The Graham Norton Show BBC1, 10.35pm RumouRs of the demise of Graham Norton, right, on BBC and a switch back to Channel 4 appear much exaggerated. Instead, the only move the rapier- tongued chat show hosts making is the one from BBC2 to BBC1; itll be interesting to see how his taboo- stretching banter fares in the glare of the higher-rating channel. Ricky Gervais, olivia Newton-John and a couple of osbournes (oz and shaz) brave the guest couch this evening. Daredevils Channel 4, 9pm CalIfoRNIaN Dean Potter is a legend in the world of mountaineering and dangerous sports, most of all for his feats of highlining -- walking a tightrope hundreds or even thousands of feet above the ground without the use of either a harness or a parachute after he has conducted his practice runs. The mini-cam footage from Potters point of view gives an astonishing if unsettling look at his experience. Hes a formidable character, possessed of extraordinary levels of focused concentration, and remarkably rational in his thought processes despite the massive risks he takes. B arrister Joe (Matthew Macfadyen) seems to be an honest-to-goodness hero, using his brilliance at the bar to send the bad guys to jail. Wife Juliet (Maxine Peake) swans around their opulent house and should be revelling in the attentions of her handsome, intelligent husband. Yet beneath the surface and between the words of Criminal Justice 2s superb first half- hour, long, unhappy glances across the sterile home interior clue us in to the fact that all is not well. something doesnt add up, in a way that puts you in mind of the justified paranoia of a Hitchcock thriller. then, cue an event that plunges us into very differentTense: Maxine Peake (Juliet) holds her cards close to her chest Coronation Street ITV1, 7.30pm/8.30pm JoHN (Graeme Hawley, right) pens a letter to the residents of the street to let them know hell be living there with fiz. Its no surprise that sallys up in arms when she finds out. and theres further excitement from the postman for Roy and Hayley in the shape of a letter from frank. us in, but the following parts are padded out with some pon- derous moments and limp lines between the admittedly addic- tive drip-feed of storytelling. two performances help to make up for the deficiencies. Peake, her face a mask of dis- tant unknowability, makes full use of the plentiful screen time to come to the burn with slow, compelling precision. eddie Marsan growls with fierce passion in the pivotal role of Joes chambers clerk, stealing every scene hes in. Be warned: Criminal Justice 2 keeps its secrets tightly locked away. itll stretch you out long and hard on the rack of needing to know the truth. Come Fridays conclusion youll be close to giving up vital organs in return for being put out of your misery. 11.00 To Buy or Not To Buy (s). 11.30 Cash In The attic (R,s); BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt (s). from ardingly, West sussex. 1.00 BBC News; Weather (s). 1.30 Regional News and Weather (s). 1.45 Doctors (s). Part one of two. Rob wants to help a disturbed teenager. 2.15 murder, she Wrote (R,s). 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News (s). 3.05 mister maker (R,s). 3.25 Bear Behaving Badly (R,s). 3.45 Bernard (R,s). 3.50 ooglies (R,s). 4.05 school of silence (s). 4.35 mI High (R,s). 5.00 Newsround (s). 5.15 Weakest link (s). 6.00 BBC News (s); Weather. 6.30 BBC Regional News (s); Weather. 7.00 The One Show (s). adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present reports on issues affecting people around the uK. 7.30 Bang Goes The Theory (s). Jem stansfield builds a rocket powered by toffee, liz Bonnin investigates the human sense of smell, and Dallas Campbell explains nuclear fusion. last in the series. followed by BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders (s). syed is given the opportunity to come clean as Zainab puzzles over the graffiti on the masoods front door, and sam squanders a handout from Peggy. 8.30 Panorama (s). Paul Kenyon reports on the migration route into the uK, and the efforts being made by governments in france, Italy and libya to stop the flow of economic migrants into Europe. 9.00 Criminal Justice 2 (s,HD). 1/5. New series. maxine Peake portrays a barristers wife who faces the force of the British criminal and family law systems after stabbing her husband in bed -- a crime she is unable or unwilling to explain. Drama, with matthew macfadyen, Denis lawson and sophie okonedo. Continues tomorrow. see Ben Felsenburg 10.00 BBC News (s). 10.25 BBC Regional News (s); Weather. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show (s). 1/13. New series. The talk-show host is joined by celebrity couple ozzy and sharon osbourne, comedian and actor Ricky Gervais and four-time Grammy-winner olivia Newton-John. see Ben Felsenburg 11.20 The Lonely Guy (s) (1984). a jilted author is befriended by a fellow loser in love, who advises him on life as a single man. Comedy, starring steve martin and Judith Ivey. followed by Weatherview. 12.50 sign Zone: Watchdog (R,s). 1.50 sign Zone: Bang Goes The Theory (R,s). 2.20 sign Zone: Wildest Dreams (R,s). 3.20 sign Zone: masterChef: The Professionals (R,s). 3.50 sign Zone: The Hairy Bikers food Tour of Britain (R,s). 4.35 BBC News (s). Paul Kenyon 8.30pm, Panorama PREVIEW BEN FELSENBURG dramatic territory. 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