Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight three of the best shows on telly tonight for Thursday 14th September including ITV thriller Safe House…

Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight three of the best shows on telly tonight for Thursday 14th September including ITV thriller Safe House…

Safe House, 9.00pm, ITV

Safe House

The hunt for Julie Delaney is intensifying, yet the case is getting murkier by the minute for former detective Tom Brook (Stephen Moyer), and most of the new questions revolve around John Channing (Ashley Walters), Julie’s rather shady boyfriend. Is there any way he could have been involved in his partner’s kidnapping, and is there more to his relationship with Julie’s daughter Dani than we first thought? Tom barely has time to ponder these questions before facing an interrogation himself. His girlfriend Sam is less than impressed when Tom’s despised former boss, Met Police ‘top brass’ Elizabeth Ellroy – played by the superb Dervla Kirwan – turns upout of the blue for a secret meeting. Rating: ****

Without Limits: Vietnam, 8.00pm, BBC1

Without Limits: Vietnam

A group of truly remarkable people attempt to travel across Vietnam, following the Ho Chi Minh Trail, in this two-part series. What makes the journey such a challenge is that all six of the group have a disability of some kind – from lost limbs to paralysis, dwarfism and deafness. Three of the group travel by car, while three tackle the crazy busy roads or winding tracks on motorbikes. The six travellers bond as a group almost immediately – combatting some of the daily challenges they face would be impossible as individuals, but when they’re doing it together there really is nothing this lot can’t conquer. Rating: ***

John Bishop: In Conversation, 9.00pm, W

John Bishop David Walliams

John Bishop returns with his series of engaging one-on-one interviews which resembles a cross between ITV’s Piers Morgan’s Life Stories and C5’s In Therapy, although it never gets as emotionally raw as the latter. First under the microscope in this third series is David Walliams, who reflects on his life and career, and opens up about living with depression.Rating: ****