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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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6 min.
film preview

Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood Quentin Tarantino gives us his juicy take on 1960s Hollywood and the Manson Family with this sprawling tale starring Leonardo DiCaprio as a fading TV western star, Brad Pitt as his stunt double and best friend, and Margot Robbie as his famous next-door neighbour, Sharon Tate. Shot with Tarantino’s freewheeling flair, the film is bursting with star cameos (look out for Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, Lena Dunham and Damian Lewis), while the story is a leisurely meditation on friendship and the pitfalls and privileges of fame. The Angry Birds Movie 2 Those flightless birds from the addictive video-game series are still spitting feathers in their second animated movie – but this time, hot-headed avian Red (Jason Sudeikis) and his chums on Bird Island have to join forces…

2 min.
the final showdown

LAST ONE DRAMA Liar Monday, ITV HD, 9pm As twist has followed tantalising twist, the second run of ITV drama Liar has left viewers on the edge of their seats wondering who killed rapist Andrew Earlham. Now, as the thriller reaches a heart-stopping climax, the murderer is finally unmasked. Flashbacks show how fugitive Andrew, played by Ioan Gruffudd, continues his mission to fake his own death and frame Laura Nielson (Joanne Froggatt) for murder, as revenge on her for revealing his crimes and causing his son, Luke (Jamie Flatters), to attempt suicide. ‘He’s got this crazy belief that he needs to get one over on Laura and he thinks she has ruined his life by speaking out,’ says Gruffudd. As Andrew puts the final plan into action, however, fellow sex offender Oliver Graham (Sam Spruell), who Andrew…

4 min.
may the dwarf be with you!

NEW COMEDY Red Dwarf: The Promised Land Thursday, Dave HD, 9pm Sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf returns to Dave this week for the first time in over two years with a one-off feature-length special entitled The Promised Land. The gang are all back including, of course, Craig Charles as beer-swilling, curry-eating Dave Lister, who woke up after three million years in suspended animation to find he was the only surviving crew member on the mining spaceship Red Dwarf and the last human alive. Lister’s only company is a hologram of his ex-boss, the pompous Arnold Rimmer (Chris Barrie), mechanoid Kryten (Robert Llewellyn) and computer Holly (Norman Lovett, returning to the role). Also on board is cool dude Cat (Danny John-Jules), a humanoid who evolved from Lister’s pregnant pet moggie. Meanwhile, Cat’s offspring have also evolved into humanoids…

1 min.
soap diary

CORONATION STREET Gemma finally accepts she needs help It’s a few short steps from No.5 to the medical centre but a giant leap for struggling mum Gemma, who finally realises she’s in a bad place and needs proper help to recover. But Gemma’s acceptance that she’s ill doesn’t come until she has truly reached rock bottom. Earlier, she decides to take her quads into town, but as she gets on a bus, she’s hit by a wave of anxiety and bolts… Leaving her babies still on board! Chesney chases after the vehicle and rescues the nippers, and he and Bernie then confront Gemma about her actions. She storms off and is found by Rita in Victoria Garden. As Reet Petit reaches out, Gemma admits she can’t cope, and is consumed by dark thoughts. Buoyed…

5 min.
stay safe and start streaming…

With the coronavirus crisis making the whole country spend more time indoors, and TV schedules disrupted because of the emergency, streaming services are proving to be an important way to lift our spirits and keep us entertained throughout this difficult time. From the ever-popular Netflix to the recently launched Disney+, here’s our guide to the main streaming services available to UK viewers, including how to subscribe and a flavour of the shows on offer… FACEBOOK WATCH Enjoy video content that’s exclusive to Facebook, from scripted comedy and drama to reality series and sports. Among the shows are Red Table Talk, which sees actor Jada Pinkett Smith sitting at a red table for some topical chat. Musicians such as Gary Barlow and Ronan Keating share special sessions on Facebook, while there’s a keep-fit video…

2 min.
a magical return!

NEW ENTERTAINMENT Dynamo: Beyond Belief Thu & Good Fri, Sky One HD, 9pm Three years ago, Dynamo had the world at his feet. The Bradford-born magician was one of the most famous illusionists on the planet, thanks to his epic stunts that included levitating over The Shard in London and appearing to walk on the River Thames. But then, the magician – whose real name is Steven Frayne – was struck down by an illness that threatened to end his career on stage and screen. ARTHRITIS In July 2017, he was rushed to hospital while coughing up blood and struggling to breathe. A severe case of food poisoning had set off his Crohn’s disease, but the drugs prescribed to combat this lifelong bowel condition had side effects that included him developing arthritis. As Dynamo started to lose the…