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Airs On WLRN CH 17 Wed., May 14. Starting @ 8pm
Fri May 9, 2014
Wednesday Nights! It’s The Best Of British TV & South Florida Stories
Find the best of British comedy and drama every Wednesday night on WLRN Channel 17, followed by WLRN’s original documentary special on Viva Mango.
Doc Martin: Driving Mr. McLynn (8:00 p.m.)
In this episode, Martin is called to Louisa's new home after she has a dizzy spell while shifting furniture. Martin urges her to slow down, but is shocked to learn that Louisa has applied to be her school's head teacher again. Aunt Joan is involved in a car crash with the McLynns, an elegant elderly couple. When P.C. Penhale rushes to the scene and tries to impose his authority, he is ignored by both drivers. Edith visits Martin for some advice on her medical research, and Martin reveals he has applied for the prestigious surgeon's job in London.
Midsomer Murders: Things That Go Bump in the Night, Part 1 (9:00 p.m.)
Fletcher's Cross undertaker Patrick Pennyman is found dead in his own chapel of rest with a shocked look on his face. Suspicion points at the local spiritualist church which is heavily controversial in the village. Barnaby and Scott try to uncover the mysteries of the church as well as trying to unmask the brutal killer. They have to interview the undertaker's former business partner who hated the man, a handyman with a mischievous personality and a womanizing pensioner. And when another murder is committed the village unleashes its full evil potential.
Viva Mango (10:30 p.m.)
WLRN TV’s original documentary shares captivating stories of people and animals who are passionate and even obsessed about mangos. It highlights those who lead respectable lives but steal mangos on the side, including a realtor who takes mangos from the houses she sells; and even some who live off mangos or have risked their lives for mangos. Renowned explorers and scientists, chefs, presidents of countries and everyday people are among the people whose lives have been affected by this fruit.