Sun, July 5
In a new episode, Laura's (Katherine Parkinson, "The IT Crowd") suspicions about Anita (Gemma Chan) continue to mount, despite -- or perhaps because of -- the latter's perfection as a mother figure. George (William Hurt), meanwhile, is horrified when he receives a new female Synth, Vera (Rebecca Front, "Inspector Lewis"), to replace his beloved but malfunctioning Odi (Will Tudor).
Wimbledon and the British Open aren't the only major events happening in the U.K. this month. This race, the ninth on the 2015 Formula One schedule, is run on the 18-turn, 3.66-mile Silverstone Circuit, a permanent road course built on the site of a deserted World War II-era airfield. Native son Lewis Hamilton came from the sixth position to take his second career win here a year ago. A field including Nico Rosberg, Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel will challenge him this year.
The heat is on -- literally -- as the Sprint Cup makes its annual summer stop at Florida's Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400. Aric Almirola took his first career Cup win a year ago on the 2.5-mile tri-oval in a race shortened 48 laps by rain. A field including Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truex Jr. and Joey Logano will go at it under the lights in an effort to take his championship away.
Alan's (Derek Jacobi) decision to come clean with Celia (Anne Reid) isn't well-timed in the new "Episode 2" of the series' third season, since his revelation about Gary (Rupert Graves) prompts her to take out her emotions on Caroline (Sarah Lancashire) ... on the latter's wedding day. Gillian (Nicola Walker) is suddenly jobless after an encounter with Cheryl (Rachel Leskovac), and Robbie's (Dean Andrews) reaction also proves to be questionably timed.