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TV&Satellite Week

23-Mar-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd 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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alıen nation aidan

Aidan Gillen as astrophysicist Dr J Allen HynekNEW SCI-FIProject Blue BookWednesday, Syfy HD, 9pmAfter bowing out of Game of Thrones in dramatic style as conniving villain Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish, Aidan Gillen steps into another world of secrets and intrigue this week.The Irish actor investigates flying saucers and paranormal encounters in Syfy’s new US drama Project Blue Book, based on a real-life top-secret programme the US government wanted kept under wraps.The 10-part science-fiction series opens in the early 1950s, when US Air Force captain Michael Quinn (Michael Malarkey) recruits astrophysicist Dr Josef Allen Hynek (Gillen) to join him in investigating reports of UFOs as well as other unexplained phenomena in the skies above America.However, Quinn’s government superiors don’t actually want them to prove the existence of alien life, and insist that…

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life after game of thrones…

Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish was executed in the last seriesLittlefinger was killed off in the last series of Game of Thrones, but Gillen says that he’s as excited as the rest of us to watch the final season of the epic drama when it returns next month.‘I can’t wait to find out how it all ends,’ he says. ‘I’ll be at the premiere of the opening episode in New York, but apart from that I’ll just be watching the rest of the show on my sofa.’But was he upset when Littlefinger had his throat cut by Arya Stark? ‘I had a great time on the show and it was a great way to go,’ he says.…

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young gun

Esme Creed-Miles as Hanna and Joel Kinnaman as ErikErik with Hanna as a babyNEW DRAMAHannaFrom Friday 29 March, Amazon Prime VideoIn the depths of a forest, a young girl has spent her whole life being taught deadly combat skills to fight those who are hunting her father. But now Hanna is a frustrated teenager and she’s desperate to experience the outside world…If the story sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the plot of 2011 movie Hanna, starring Eric Bana, Saoirse Ronan and Cate Blanchett. Now, eight years on, the film has been turned into an eight-part series on Amazon Prime Video.‘It’s a wonderful film but the director had to change certain things because of weather and budget, and there was a major part of the story about Hanna’s origins that didn’t make…

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high stakes

Tchéky Karyo as Julien BaptisteLAST ONE DRAMABaptisteSunday, BBC1 HD, 9pmThe stunning surprises and spectacular cliffhangers at the heart of BBC1 drama Baptiste have left viewers on the edge of their seats.So far, the Amsterdam-set thriller has seen world-weary detective Julien Baptiste, played by Tchéky Karyo, try to trace the victims of a Romanian human-trafficking gang called Brigada Serbilu and attempt to help the desperate Edward Stratton (Tom Hollander), who stole a fortune from the murderous criminals.SUSPICIONNow, in this week’s tense finale, the French sleuth is under even greater pressure as he and Europol agent Genevieve Taylor (Jessica Raine) investigate Baptiste’s ex-lover Martha Horchner (Barbara Sarafian), the Amsterdam chief of police who is the mother of Baptiste’s police officer son Niels (Boris Van Severen).After last week’s chilling revelations, they have come…

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return to the deep

Chris Packham, Liz Bonnin and Steve BackshallLIVE NATUREBlue Planet LiveSun, Wed, Thu, BBC1 HD, 8pmThe stunning footage in 2001’s The Blue Planet and 2017’s Blue Planet II opened our eyes to the beauty of our oceans and the threats to sea life, from climate change to plastics pollution.Now, BBC1’s ambitious follow-up, Blue Planet Live, picks up the baton as it focuses on a variety of spectacular species and looks at what is being done to protect them.Liz Bonnin will be live from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to report on how the coral is declining, Steve Backshall will dive with sharks in the Bahamas to see how numbers have been conserved, and Chris Packham will explore how whales are faring in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez.Here, the trio tell us more about…

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soap diary

STORY OF THE WEEKHealth-and-safety inspector Wayne quizzes CarlaCORONATION STREETCarla’s under fire after factory disaster horrorWeatherfield is awash with troubled faces following the collapse of the Underworld roof. While the victim’s loved ones are grieving, Carla, Nick and Gary face a manslaughter charge if it’s proved they knew the roof was dangerous. Carla is feeling particularly anxious and, after making a statement at the police station, she does a flit from the cobbles, blaming herself for what happened.Michelle and RyanAs one resident leaves, another returns. Robert is back at the Bistro, having been AWOL when the tragedy took place. The chef is cagey about where he’s been, prompting a suspicious Michelle to ask Ryan to keep tabs on him. Robert’s fuming when he finds out he’s being spied on, and sacks…

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