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TV Weekly Guide 21-27 February

On February 21, 2016

Sunday: War and Peace, 8.30, BBC First
Natasha is shocked by Andrei's decision to delay the wedding and travel abroad for a year.

Monday: Luther, 8.30pm, BBC First
On a leave of absence from the police force, Luther is laying low on the edge of England. But a visit from his old colleagues at the Met brings a shocking piece of news that draws him back to London.

Tuesday: Wanted, 8.30pm, Seven
Chelsea and Lola find themselves stranded in the middle of the bush after a breakdown. Things get worse as a hitman picks up their trail.

Wednesday: Grantchester, 8.30pm, 13th Street
In the Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester, the funeral of a parishioner leads to local vicar Sidney Chambers becoming embroiled in a murder investigation. Stars James Norton (War and Peace).

Thursday: Jack Irish, 8.30pm, ABC
Jack is determined to uncover who framed him for murder. Linda gets a lead to an interview and despite warnings, puts herself in danger.

Friday: The Doctor Blake Mysteries, 8.30pm, ABC
A jockey dies the morning after a big win. But Blake has other worries to deal with - his home life has unexpectedly been thrown into chaos. How will he solve this one?

Saturday: Cuffs, 8.30pm, ABC
An escaped prisoner causes a professional headache for Donna and Lino. With increasing pressure from above, Donna and Lino do their best to track him down.

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