3 TO SEE
Saturday 11 January 1997
Dark Skies (Mon C4) A conspiracy theorist's delight in this new American paranoid-political-sci-fi series.
Amateur (Thur C4) Hal Hartley's cultish, darkly humorous thriller about an ex-nun who writes porn.
Gladiators - Celebrity Challenge (Sat ITV) Wolf snarls at Steve Redgrave and others. Yawn.
The Detectives (Tue BBC1) We look in vain for clues to the jokes in this Jasper Carrott vehicle.
Eye Spy (Fri ITV) Spare us any more hidden-camera revelations.
Antiques Roadshow (Sun BBC1) Hugh Scully and team cause sharp intakes of breath on the Wirral.
Collector's Lot (Mon-Thur C4) Sue Cook urges us to scour those attics.
Going for a Song (Mon-Fri BBC1) Michael Parkinson hosts the ancient panel game.
Life & Style blogs
Wii U to beat Xbox One and PS4 at Christmas says Play.com,
Britain's poor 'will die before they retire' if pension reforms aren't matched by health improvements
The 10 Best Scotch Whiskies
Ron Wayne: The Apple founder who missed out on a fortune
eBay XBox One scam: Dad pays £450 for a picture of the console
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- 4 A forgotten episode in Russian history leaves links with the Philippines
- 5 People will try to reduce Mandela to a lilting reggae tune about ‘love’. They will fail
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