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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - The Driver, The Leftovers

The Driver: BBC One, 9pm

BBC One's new thriller mini-series continues, as Ros (Claudie Blakley) begins to wonder if Vince (David Morrissey) is telling her the whole truth.

Meanwhile, Vince is left devastated when he learns that Tim (Lewis Rainer) does not want to see him.

The Leftovers: Sky Atlantic, 9pm

Matt (Christopher Eccleston) becomes increasingly desperate when his church faces closure.

However, a trip to a casino offers a lifeline.

Secrets and Lies: Channel 5, 10pm

Ben's (Martin Henderson) innocence is thrown into doubt as a murder weapon is identified.

And while helping Jess (Adrienne Pickering) come to terms with her son's death, questions emerge about Matt's own daughter.

Ray Donovan: Sky Atlantic, 10pm

Season two of the award-winning crime drama comes to an end tonight as Abby (Paula Malcomson) has to make a decision between Ray (Liev Schrieber) and Jim (Brian Geraghty).

Meanwhile, Mickey (Jon Voight
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“Dracula” And The Gay Reveal

This post contains spoilers for last night’s episode of Dracula

If you haven’t tuned into NBC’s new take on the King of Vampires, last night’s episode of Dracula gave you another reason to check the series out. The show, which debuted two Fridays ago, stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and he brings his full sensual force to bear as the titular count, here infiltrating London society in the guise of American industrialist Alexander Grayson. His is not the only pretty face in the cast, which boasts among others the toothsome Thomas Kretschmann as Van Helsing, handsome Oliver Jackson-Cohen as Jonathan Harker and Nonso Abozie serving a beefy, burly take on the usually sniveling Renfield.

(l-r: Jackson-Cohen, Rhys Meyers, Abozie and intrigued bystander)

In addition to the abundance of eye candy, last night’s episode unspooled a gay sub-plot that could potentially be very intriguing. As part of his scheme,
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TV highlights 12/03/2013

  • The Guardian - TV News
Cheltenham Festival | Darwin's Dangerous Idea | Whale Adventure With Nigel Marven | MasterChef | The Crash | Planet Ant: Life Inside The Colony | Shameless | Beyond Time: William Turnbull

Cheltenham Festival

12.35pm, Channel 4

Clare Balding and Nick Luck present the first of four days of premier jumps action, the highlight of which may very well be the battle between Nicky Henderson's undefeated grey Simonsig and Donald McCain's powerful frontrunner Overturn in the Arkle Chase. The other big race of the day, the Champion Hurdle, sees 2011 winner Hurricane Fly marginally favoured as he takes on two former champions in the form of French thoroughbred Binocular and last year's victor Rock On Ruby. Gwilym Mumford

Darwin's Dangerous Idea

7.50pm, PBS America

Charles Darwin posited the theory of natural selection – the notion that, over millennia, Earth's thriving creatures adapt themselves to their environment. This 2002 programme attempts the double: documenting a scientific journey to the Amazon in 2001 to observe the principles in action,
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First look at the young cast of One Day Like This

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Back at the beginning of October, Screenterrier reported on the casting of One Day Like This, a 2-part drama for BBC Three dramatising the events surrounding a fatal car crash, which devastated a small community.

Here's a first look at the young cast which includes Coronation Street‘s Sacha Parkinson, Waterloo Road‘s Georgia Henshaw and Darcy Isa, Dani’s House‘s Lewis Rainer, Screenterrier rising star Josh Bolt, SkinsLily Loveless and ITV Television Workshop's James Burrows.

Darlow Smithson Productions is producing the two-hour drama with Sarah Walker (The Cut and Hollyoaks) directing.

One Day Like This is expected to premiere on BBC3 in early 2013.
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'Coronation Street' star Sacha Parkinson for BBC Three drama

'Coronation Street' star Sacha Parkinson for BBC Three drama
Coronation Street's Sacha Parkinson and Skins star Lily Loveless are to appear in a new BBC Three drama. Based on real-life events, One Day Like This also counts Georgia Henshaw (Waterloo Road) and Lewis Rainer (Dani's House) among its cast. The drama - to air on BBC Three in 2013 - dramatises the events surrounding a fatal car crash which devastated a small town in England. One Day Like This is based on extensive interviews and research and tells the story of the collision from the point of view of the people involved. Star Parkinson is best known for playing Sian Powers on ITV (more)
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One Day Like This

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Filming is currently underway in Glasgow on a 2-hour drama for BBC3 called One Day Like This.

Written by Northern Irish TV writer Terry Cafolla, the film is described as an "uplifting tragedy", with the inspiration for the script the statistic that car accidents are the biggest killer of young people and that the most likely cause of death for a woman under the age of 24 is the driving of her partner.

The young cast includes Skins' star Lily Loveless (represented by United Agents), with newly brown hair.

Lewis Rainer (represented by Tcg Artist Management), a Guildford School of Acting graduate, stars as Tom Harris. Lewis played Ross Duncan in Grange Hill and more recently was seen as Alex in Dani's House for Cbbc.

Screenterrier rising star Josh Bolt (represented by Curtis Brown) plays Brian. Josh, from Liverpool, played the lead in ITV's Just Henry.

20 year old Sacha Parkinson
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