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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd TV Times delivers unique and exclusive access to the UK's favourite TV personalities and shows. The magazine goes behind the scenes to bring you great features, exclusive photos, soap news and story updates. Includes a guide to the week's top films and seven days of easy-to-read TV listings plus two pages of TV highlights per day. ENGLAND edition.

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my tv times week

Editor-in-chief COLIN TOUGH on the shows he’ll be watching DRAMA Catch-22 THURSDAY / C4 NEW I remember being enthralled when I read Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel, so I’m intrigued to see the anti-war satire brought to life in this six-part adaptation. At the British premiere, George Clooney, who co-stars as well as being an executive producer, and Christopher Abbott, who takes the lead role of US airman John Yossarian, told us what to expect… See page 12 SPORT Soccer Aid SUNDAY / ITV LIVE I always enjoy this football match for UNICEF, and this year Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan go head-to-head as co-managers to Sam Allardyce and Harry Redknapp. Susanna and Piers reveal why they can’t wait for kick-off… See page 18 DOCUMENTARY Save This Rhino MONDAY / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NEW Former England cricket great Kevin Pietersen is…

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call the christmas midwife!

Fans of Call the Midwife, rejoice! Not only is a Christmas cracker of a special coming your way, but TV Times has also learnt of some exciting new storylines for the much-awaited ninth series. Due on our screens early next year, the new series is set in 1965 and creator Heidi Thomas tells us fan favourites such as Jenny Agutter (Sister Julienne) and Helen George (Trixie) are on board. ‘Even after all these years, it still feels as though Call the Midwife has more truth to tell, more tears to cry, more life to celebrate and more love to give,’ says Heidi. ‘We’re blessed with the best cast, crew and audience a show could wish for, and I couldn’t be more excited about the future.’ Here’s all we know so far… BLEAK MIDWINTER Before series…

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also this christmas!

A Christmas Carol The BBC promises ‘a unique and original take’ on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story by screenwriter Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders). The three-parter has a star-studded cast list, headlined by Neighbours favourite turned Hollywood star Guy Pearce as Ebenezer Scrooge. Line of Duty’s Stephen Graham is Jacob Marley, while Tom Hardy (Peaky Blinders) is among the executive producers. ‘This production will respectfully present what we believe to be a timely interpretation of a timeless story,’ says Steven. Worzel Gummidge Give us a cup o’ tea an’ a slice o’ cake – the much-anticipated Worzel Gummidge revival will air this Christmas! As we revealed last year, the Detectorists and The Office star Mackenzie Crook has penned a new contemporary adaptation of the children’s books by Barbara Euphan Todd. As well as…

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what’s next for…

ALAN CARR The comic will present seven-part series Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow on ITV, with supersized versions of five iconic shows including Take Your Pick and Bullseye. CHARLOTTE RITCHIE BBC1 is making a second series of house-share sitcom Ghosts, starring Charlotte as a woman who inherits a haunted, crumbling country pile. DAME EDNA EVERAGE Dame Edna will host a BBC1 one-off special later this year, with an evening of famous faces and entertainment from her luxury yacht. RACHEL RILEY The Countdown star has signed up for W’s My Famous Babysitter series, which sees celebs looking after a family of children for four days. DAVID OLUSOGA The historian’s widely acclaimed BBC2 show A House Through Time will return for a third series in 2020, to be set in a house in Bristol. MORE EXCLUSIVE PICS, VIDEOS AND NEWS STORIES AT facebook.com/tvtimesmagazine twitter.com/tvtimesmagazine instagram.com/tvtimesmagazine…

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more trauma for victoria

Victoria’s agony is not helped by Robert and Aaron’s revenge mission against her rapist, Lee. The pub chef is furious when she finds out what they have done, and is then told by the cops that she is being blamed for the ‘wanted’ posters that have been plastered all over the place. As a result, her nerves are in tatters. Will their meddling bring Lee out of the woodwork and back into Victoria’s life? It’s the last thing she needs as she struggles not only with her ordeal but also with impending motherhood, having ended up pregnant as a result of the attack. There is more upset on the way for Victoria when a stranger later turns up in Emmerdale and further complicates matters. Who is it, and what could they possibly…

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porridge for megan?

Megan is facing court for texting while driving, and almost killing Pollard in the process. She’s normally good at wriggling her way out of trouble, but could this prove to be one predicament she can’t worm her way out of? ‘These are serious charges,’ says Gaynor Faye, who plays the worried wedding planner. ‘Megan knows that she is in big trouble, and that the judge will not look kindly on her crime. It’s a huge worry. ‘She’s also got to think of her daughter, Eliza, because Jai wants custody and that would break her heart. Megan’s life is unravelling right before her eyes.’ We know that Gaynor Faye is set to leave the soap after seven years of village life. Is this a sign that she could be banged up for a very…