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Catch-up TV; recommendations for what's on demand - 3 Sept
A Touch of Cloth, first broadcast Sunday 26 August on Sky1
John Hannah and Suranne Jones
Charlie Brooker pens a spoof of the very best and worst of British crime dramas made in the last decade. John Hannah and Suranne Jones team up in this comedy that should tickle your funny bone.
Harry's Mountain Heroes, first broadcast Monday 27 August on ITV1
ITV must be rubbing their hands with glee because this inspirational adventure, launched by Prince Harry, is perfect timing given all that went on in Las Vegas. Watch as a team of wounded servicemen take on the world's toughest mountain, Everest.
The Great British Bake-Off, first broadcast Tuesday 28 August on BBC2
Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry
In tonight's episode, the 10 remaining amateur cooks' tart-making abilities are put to the test. Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry have the yummy task of judging the results.
London 2012 Paralympic Games first broadcast Wednesday 29 August on Channel 4
Channel 4' s Paralympic Games presenters
Channel 4 stalwarts Jon Snow and Krishnan Guru-Murthy present a phenomenal start to the Games, especially given that the Paralympics originated in the UK in 1948.
Good Cop, first broadcast Thursday 30 August on BBC1
Warren Brown in Good Cop
Warren Brown is John Paul Rocksavage, aka Sav, a Liverpudlian beat cop whose life is thrown into disarray following one eventful day. This taut drama also stars the ever-reliable Stephen Graham (Boardwalk Empire, This Is England) - who just seems to be everywhere these days.
Parade's End, first broadcast Friday 31 August on BBC2
Parade's End is set during the twilight years of the Edwardian era to the end of the First World War. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as upright aristocrat Christopher Tietjens. In tonight's episode, marriage problems raise their ugly head again.
Doctor Who, first broadcast Saturday 1 September on BBC1
Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in Doctor Who
At last, it's the seventh series of Doctor Who starring Matt Smith and, for a while at least, Karen Gillan. When the Doctor is kidnapped by his oldest foe, he is forced on an impossible mission.
John Barrowman's Dallas, broadcast Sunday 2 September on Channel 5
Larry Hagman and John Barrowman
If you didn't get a chance to see this the first time around, turn on and indulge John Barrowman as he goes behind the scenes of the new series of Dallas.
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