Preview 2008 - TV times
The ones to watch in 2008
Damages The critically acclaimed US legal series, starring Glenn Close and Ted Danson, arrives on these shores. BBC1.
Teenage Kicks Adrian Edmondson returns to the small screen for this eight-part series based on the successful Radio 2 sitcom. ITV1.
The Diary Of Anne Frank This five-part adaptation stars Green Wing actress Tamsin Greig and Scots thesp Iain Glen as the eponymous diarist’s parents. BBC1.
Burn Up Bradley Whitford, Rupert Penry-Jones and Neve Campbell star in this drama set around a summit on climate change. BBC2.
Haditha Guerrilla filmmaker Nick Broomfield investigates the massacre of 24 Iraqis, allegedly shot by four US marines in retaliation for the death of one of their colleagues. Channel 4.
Rock Rivals Michelle Collins stars in this Simon Cowell-produced comedy drama about a pair of married rival judges on an X Factor-style talent show, whose relationship is on the rocks. ITV1.
No 1 Ladies Detective Agency Grammy-winning soul singer Jill Scott takes on the role of Mma Precious Ramotswe in Anthony Minghella’s adaptation of Alexander McCall Smith’s literary series. BBC1.