Tuesday TV Highlights


ITV4 Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) “All Work and No Play” ’60 series.

SKY ONE Futurama “War is the H Word”.

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “Absolute Power” Season four.


BBC3 Doctor Who “Fear Her” – Drawings come to life. Not the best episode but the TARDIS landing gag is great.

ITV2 The New Adventures of Superman “Bob and Carol and Lois and Clark” – It’s a season four episode, so it’ll be rubbish.

LIVING The X-Files “Piper Maru” – season two, first appearance of the black oil.

SCI FI Mysterious Ways “The Gray Lady” – little known series from 2000 about miracles starring Heroes’ Adrian Pasdar.

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “The Light” Season four


BBC4 Batman “The Ring of Wax” – ’60s series, with guest villain, The Riddler.


BBC3 Doctor Who Confidential “The Fright Stuff” – investigating how Doctor Who has scared kids over the years.


ITV4 Andromeda “Cui Bono” – Season three, not that it matters which season it’s from – they were all dire.

SKY ONE Stargate Atlantis “Miller’s Crossing” – first UK airing, McKay’s annoying sister is back.

SKY TWO Futurama “Anthology of Interest #1”

SCI FI Angel “The Girl in Question” – the one with Spike and Angel in Italy and the Buffy body double.

TROUBLE Charmed “A Call to Arms” – Season seven: Hindu Gods, extra arms, the usual shenanigans


SKY TWO Futurama “The Honking”


LIVING Ghost Whisperer “The Walk-In” – Season two, a body goes missing from a morgue.

SKY ONE A Town Called Eureka “All that Glitters” – All the metal in the town turns to gold.

VIRGIN 1 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “The Jem’Hadar” – Season two finale.

SCI FI Ultraviolet “Sub Judice” – the superb British series about vampires.

TROUBLE Kyle XY “Sleepless in Seattle” – Season one.


SKY TWO Journeyman “Year of the Rabbit” – Season one, episode four.


LIVING Charmed “A Witch in Time” – Season five, and, as you can guess from the episode title, it’s about time travel.


SCI FI Heroes “The Hard Part” – Season one, episode 21, everything‘s coming to a head around Kirby Plaza.

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