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TV&Satellite Week

TV&Satellite Week


Published by TI Media Limited TV & Satellite Week is a weekly magazine, perfect for TV fans looking to get the most out of multichannel viewing. It includes comprehensive listings and a film guide, coverage of the best US dramas, a rundown of the week's highlights and a guide to live sports action on TV. England and Wales edition.

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4 min.
magic & mystery

NEW DRAMA Artemis Fowl From Friday 12 June, one-off film, Disney+ Prepare to meet some feisty fairies, giant dwarves and a devious child prodigy in Disney+’s new magical one-off adaptation of Eoin Colfer’s much-loved Artemis Fowl fantasy novels. The colourful family film, directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, sees screen newcomer Ferdia Shaw play 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl, who lives at imposing Fowl Manor on the Irish coast with his father, Artemis Sr (Colin Farrell), an antiquities dealer who has enthralled his son with stories about fairies, dwarves and goblins. When Artemis Sr vanishes during a work trip abroad, his son receives a disturbing message from a mysterious hooded figure who reveals that they have kidnapped Artemis Sr. Realising that the fairy world his father has told him about is all too real, Artemis must now track…

3 min.
troubled waters

NEW DRAMA Das Boot Tue, Sky Atlantic HD, 9pm & 10.10pm The first series of wartime submarine thriller Das Boot saw a mutiny aboard the German U-boat captained by Commander Klaus Hoffmann (Rick Okon), who was cast adrift in the Atlantic Ocean where it was assumed he’d died. Yet in the last scene, viewers were stunned to see that Hoffmann had been rescued and was in New York, meeting his former American prisoner and wealthy businessman Samuel Greenwood, played by Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser. This week, the second season of Das Boot starts at Christmas 1942 and follows Hoffmann and Greenwood’s story in America, where Greenwood and his politician father, played by British star Kevin McNally, are helping to hide Hoffmann by giving him the identity of a neutral Swiss visitor. Meanwhile, a disillusioned Hoffmann is…

1 min.
new faces in season two

Commander Johannes von Reinhartz Clemens Schick The German naval hero is given a top-secret mission to take his U-boat into American waters. Cassandra Lloyd Rochelle Neil The jazz singer is a friend of Greenwood and meets Hoffmann when he’s taken to the Harlem nightclub where she performs. Frederick Berger Thomas Kretschmann Greenwoods’ business associate knows Hoffmann’s true identity and has been asked to help him settle into American life. Can he be trusted? Samuel Greenwood Sr Kevin McNally The rich business magnate and politician is weighing up whether to stand for election as a US senator. WORDS: NICK CANNON, IAN MACEWAN. PHOTOS: SKY, UKTV…

2 min.
crime waves

NEW DRAMA Reef Break Friday, Alibi HD, 9pm If you’re in the mood for a fun, action-adventure show, try Alibi HD’s new crime drama Reef Break. Filmed on Australia’s Gold Coast, it harks back to classic, escapist US crime shows of the 1970s and 1980s and follows thief and talented surfer Cat Chambers (Poppy Montgomery) as she is recruited to help law enforcement on the fictional island of Nimitz Bay. ‘Reef Break is a bit of an homage to the original Magnum PI, in my mind,’ says Montgomery. ‘It’s also a nod to all my other favourite shows and movies – Point Break, James Bond, Burn Notice…’ The main thing that distinguishes Reef Break from its influences is that the lead character is female. ‘I’d never seen a woman get to do the surfing, driving the boats…

2 min.
head over heels

NEW DRAMA Agatha Raisin Wed, Sky One HD, 9pm & 10.05pm All the great TV detectives have their hallmarks: Columbo has his raincoat, Poirot has his moustache, even Line Of Duty’s Steve Arnott has those waistcoats. For former PR executive turned private investigator Agatha Raisin, it’s her stiletto heels – however impractical they may be for the Cotswolds. But Ashley Jensen, who plays her, wouldn’t have it any other way. ‘I love bringing Agatha back to life,’ says Jensen. ‘She’s one of the most fun characters I’ve ever played. To be able to put on Agatha’s stilettos again and walk around the English countryside on gravel, sand, dirt and cobbles, and climb fences and walls is a joy for me. I love the challenge. I always enjoy the costume fittings and deciding on what she’s…

2 min.
night terror

NEW DRAMA I May Destroy You Monday & Tuesday, BBC1 HD, 10.45pm (NI & Wales, times vary) Since winning two BAFTAs in 2016 as the star and writer of C4 sitcom Chewing Gum, it seems there’s no stopping Michaela Coel. This week, her latest offering, the provocative 12-part drama I May Destroy You, hits our screens. Launching on BBC1 with the first two episodes, the drama sees Coel play up-and-coming author Arabella, whose writing receives online acclaim, landing her an agent and a book deal. But as she struggles to write her second novel, Arabella’s life changes when her drink is spiked on a night out and she becomes the victim of a sexual assault. It’s a shocking storyline, based on personal experience. LIFE LESSONS ‘In 2016, I was up all night writing, went out to meet a…