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TV highlights 28/07/11

Now that the action is firmly on US soil, Torchwood finally reverts to type: Gwen starts barking orders at everyone and Jack heads off to the nearest gay bar.

There’s a running gag about cultural differences that gets old fast, but at least the investigation into Miracle Day moves forward when we discover that certain people were clearly prepared for it.

Freed from the Welsh cottage and aeroplane confines of the opening episodes, we get to see more of the world’s reaction to life without death

By 2030, a whopping 92% of Britons will live in urban areas. But not all of us will be city slickers. In a new series, geographer Nicholas Crane celebrates Britain’s towns. He begins in Ludlow, on the English side of the border with Wales – which, with apologies to the locals, is a remote spot. Despite this, the Shropshire market town has two Michelin-starred restaurants, an enviable selection of listed buildings and its very own

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