24 Friday, 16 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 Chav RAF boys is back, innit... The Armstrong And Miller Show BBC1, 9.30pm Friday Night With Jonathan Ross BBC1, 10.35pm VIEWERS have been asking all kinds of questions about Alesha Dixon, right, since she become a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, and tonight shell hope for an easy going-over from Wossy in her first interview since this years series began. Theres also big fella Vince Vaughn trying to convince us to part with our cash to see his new movie Couples Retreat, plus the wit of comedian Jack Dee, dry as the meanest Martini. Unreported World Channel 4, 7.35pm ThE bloody civil war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives ended six years ago, but Liberia is still a land in upheaval. Tonight Jenny Kleeman highlights how the west African state is plagued by child rape, with many hundreds of attacks believed to be taking place every year. The reporter meets young victims who, with remarkable courage, tell her about their traumatic experiences. She also hears from the Government and judiciary members who are vocal in their determination to do something about these crimes, but with few prosecutions theres little evidence of real action. D elve into the depths of comedy history. Think of Morecambe And Wise or the Two Ronnies: all with double firsts in timing (University of life), but not one actual degree between them. The Oxbridge troupes of Beyond The Fringe and, later, Monty Python changed all that. The brilliance verging on mad- ness of Peter Cook, Graham Chapman or John Cleese (before therapy squeezed the funny out of him) transcended class and education. What mat- tered was simply that they made us laugh. A lot. And A Bit Of Fry And laurie sealed the deal on the BBCs publicly- funded public school humour. Now it would be unfair to call Alexander Armstrong and BenChocks away: Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong return Coronation Street ITV1, 7.30pm/8.30pm LuKE (Craig Kelly, pictured) thinks he has found the solution to all his problems when he asks Rosie to move in with him and take his share of the factory -- then Carla gives him an unexpected call. Meanwhile, Maria tries to help Tony look to the future. -- theres even a Star Trek spoof, for heavens sake -- with a dispiriting preponderance of telly about telly. Yet what adept performers they both are, elevat- ing variable material through sheer honed professionalism. Armstrong has the expansive charisma, while Miller can turn his deceptively bland faade to something interestingly twisted. Witness how he neatly under- plays a stalker on a first date. Fans will welcome the return of the Second World War chav- speakers and theres at least one moment of brilliance -- a spoof insurance claims ad for actors whove had accidents while reconstructing accidents for insurance claims ads. The bottom line: I doubt Ill miss The Armstrong And Miller Show when its gone, but Ill certainly never mind watch- ing it while its here. 11.00 To Buy Or Not To Buy (S). 11.30 Cash In The Attic (S); BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain hunt (R,S). 1.00 BBC News; Weather (S). 1.30 Regional News And Weather (S). 1.45 Doctors (S). heston agrees to listen to Christine. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote (R,S). Jessica tackles a supernatural mystery. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News (S). 3.05 Mister Maker (R,S). 3.25 Whats New Scooby- Doo? (R,S); Bernard. 3.50 OOglies (R,S). 4.05 Keep Your Enemies Close (S). 4.35 The Sarah Jane Adventures (S,hD). 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). Live topical show in which correspondents uncover the uKs most fascinating stories. Presented by Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley. Followed by BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders (S). Sam falls into the arms of Jack after discovering Tiffany is Rickys daughter, and Archie overhears a conversation between Ryan and Janine. 8.30 A Question Of Sport (S). 3/36. With Olympic cycling gold-medallist Victoria Pendleton, Burnley manager Owen Coyle, Welsh rugby union international Dwayne Peel and ex- England footballer John Barnes. 9.00 Have I Got News For You (S). 1/9. New series. Martin Clunes guest hosts the current affairs quiz, joining regular team captains Ian hislop and Paul Merton for a comedic look at recent news. The panellists are Charlie Brooker and Arlene Phillips. 9.30 The Armstrong And Miller Show (S). 1/6. New series. Sketch show, with Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller. See Ben Felsenburg 10.00 BBC News (S). 10.25 BBC Regional News (S); Weather. 10.35 Friday Night With Jonathan Ross (S,hD). 7/15. The host interviews American actor Vince Vaughn, Strictly Come Dancing judge and singer Alesha Dixon and comedian, actor and writer Jack Dee. Plus, music by Paloma Faith. See Ben Felsenburg 11.35 The National Lottery EuroMillions Draw (S). 11.40 Deadly Pursuit (S) (1988). An FBI agent teams up with a mountain guide to track down a killer. Thriller, starring Sidney Poitier and Tom Berenger. See Film Choice Followed by Weatherview. 1.30 Sign Zone: Emma (R,S). 2.30 Sign Zone: home Time (R,S). 3.00 Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (R,S). 3.45 Sign Zone: The hairy Bikers Food Tour Of Britain (R,S). 4.30 BBC News (S). 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