Television: Pick of today's viewing

Jimmy Carr hosts this four-hour special where the great British public vote for the most melancholic moments in film, TV and sport. The 100 Greatest Tearjerkers, 8pm, Channel 4:

12th February, 2005

Jimmy Carr hosts this four-hour special where the great British public vote for the most melancholic moments in film, TV and sport. Contributors include director Anthony Minghella and Juliet Stevenson recalling the famous crying scene in Truly Madly Deeply, and Corey Feldman remembering River Phoenix in Stand By Me. The 100 Greatest Tearjerkers, 8pm, Channel 4:

Tonight, Gay Byrne takes Kerry football legend Pat Spillane on a trip down memory lane, all the way back to his...

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