Abi plays cockney spinster in a play set in a 1953 Saville Row work room. Until 4 April at Southwark Playhouse.
***** 'A comical and musical triumph' Independent. 19th-30th April at Soho Theatre.
Writer Tony Jordan draws on elements from the Bible & the Koran. Nico plays Kenan. Monday 8:30pm on BBC1.
Following a critically acclaimed sell-out run in Stratford-upon-Avon. ***** Guardian & Daily Telegraph. John stars as J. Robert. Vaudeville Theatre March 27th - 23rd May.
Comedy show in which Julia Davis & Marc play a succession of couples seeking therapy. The Times Critics' Choice. Tonight 11pm on Radio 4.
Feature-length political drama about the rise of Nick Clegg. Nicholas plays Ed Balls. Thursday 26th 9pm on C4.
New drama series. Belinda plays Alison. Tuesdays 9pm on BBC1.
Series 3 of the hit comedy returns. Laura joins as Ellen. Mondays 10pm on BBC3.
Series 3 of the hit comedy returns. Tony plays Lieutenant Colonel. Mondays 10pm on BBC3.
New series. Miles Jupp's Radio 4 comedy comes to TV. Miles plays Damien Trench & Justin plays Anthony. Wednesdays 10pm on BBC4.
Blindside. Niamh plays regular Mary-Claire Carter. Tuesdays 8pm on BBC1.
Series 3 of the hit comedy returns. Katie plays Bird. Mondays 10pm on BBC3.
Series 3 of the hit comedy returns. Oliver plays Nick. Mondays 10pm on BBC3.
New drama series based on the novels by Winston Graham. Mark plays Tom Carne. Sundays 9pm on BBC1.
Comedy drama based on a true story. Jodie plays Ruth. Saturday 10:30pm on BBC2.
Brand new series 4. Hit drama is back! Ramon plays Mr Honey. Fridays 9pm on Sky1.
New series. An adaption of Julian Barnes's novel. Hattie plays Jean Leckie. Mondays 9pm on ITV1.
New series. An adaption of Julian Barnes's novel. Alan plays Insp Campbell. Mondays 9pm on ITV1.
New series. An adaption of Julian Barnes's novel. Charles plays Woodie. Mondays 9pm on ITV1.
A former salsa prodigy attempts a comeback years after his career was ruined. Rory plays Gary. Saturday 9pm on C4.
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THE FIXER IS ANDREW BUCHAN   11th Sep 2009
The Fixer is back. Series Two has kicked off with a bang, actually many bangs...! If you've not watched any so far, there's still time to tune in, catch up or press those record buttons. The actors are brilliantly watchable and in a similar way to Spooks (also by Kudos), you'll be on the edge of your seat.
Andrew Buchan takes the lead as double hard, maverick John Mercer.
Also features Elliot Cowan as Matthew Symmonds.