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TV&Satellite Week


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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race with the devil

NEW FANTASY DRAMAGood OmensFrom Friday 31 May, as a box set, Amazon Prime VideoAt a former military base in Oxfordshire, TV&Satellite Week is witnessing an extraordinary sight. In front of an aircraft hangar, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are jumping on motorbikes. Meanwhile, David Tennant, dressed in black, and Michael Sheen, clad in pure white, are having a tense conversation, before Tennant races across the runway in a jeep with Miranda Richardson, who is brandishing a giant gun.We’re on set for Amazon Prime Video’s visually stunning six-part fantasy drama Good Omens, created by Neil Gaiman and based on the 1990 novel he wrote with the late Terry Pratchett.The star-studded series centres on playboy demon Crowley, played by Tennant, and straight-laced angel Aziraphale, played by Sheen.The pair should be mortal…

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who’s who in good omens

Archangel GabrielJon HammAziraphale has to report to the suave but rather smug archangel back at the heavenly HQ.BeelzebubAnna Maxwell MartinThe grumpy and slightly grubby demon is the leader of the forces of hell.Arthur YoungDaniel MaysThe buttoned-up family man and his wife Deirdre (Sian Brooke) are unaware their son Adam is the Antichrist.Anathema DeviceAdria ArjonaThe intrepid occultist follows up the accurate prophesies of her ancestor, 17th-century witch Agnes Nutter (Josie Lawrence).ShadwellMichael McKeanThe eccentric Scot is the last Sergeant of the Witchfinder Army and gets embroiled in the quest to save the world.Madame TracyMiranda RichardsonThe friendly dominatrix and spiritualist is Shadwell’s landlady and teams up with him on his mission.Newton PulsiferJack WhitehallThe nerdy and hapless descendant of a notorious witchfinder joins Shadwell’s army.…

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nightmare in new york

Jharrel Jerome as Korey Wise and Vera Farmiga as Elizabeth LedererNEW DRAMAWhen They See UsFrom Friday 31 May, NetflixOn the night of 19 April 1989, New York City police were called to a horrific scene in Central Park. A young female jogger had been raped and beaten so brutally that she had lost three-quarters of her blood.The‘Central Park Jogger’ case made headlines around the world as the victim, investment banker Trisha Meili, lay in a coma for 12 days in a desperate fight for her life.The NYPD were quick to find five suspects. Antron McCray, Korey Wise, Yusef Salaam, Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana were young men from Harlem, aged between 14 and 16. After reports that they had been involved in other assaults in Central Park that night, the…

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iron lady

Gemma Whelan and Suranne Jones as sisters Marian and Anne ListerDRAMAGentleman JackSunday, BBC1 HD, 9pmAfter starting out as a stand-up comedian, Gemma Whelan is fast becoming one of TV’s most prolific stars, with roles in Upstart Crow, The Moorside and The End of the ****ing World.Now, after her final scenes as fearsome Ironborn warrior Yara Greyjoy in Game of Thrones, the 38-year-old is currently on our screens in19th-century period drama Gentleman Jack, playing Marian, the disapproving sister of lesbian landowner Anne Lister (Suranne Jones).We caught up with Whelan to hear more about the series…How would you describe Marian and Anne’s relationship?They really do respect each other as sisters. Anne knows that Marian runs the household while she’s away, and without Marian she wouldn’t be able to travel and enjoy her…

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solid gold

LIVE ENTERTAINMENTBritain’s Got TalentSaturday & Holiday Monday-Friday, ITV HD, times varyWe’ve seen all the auditions and, this week, the top 40 acts will perform for us once again as Britain’s Got Talent goes live.All the hopefuls have already impressed judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon. But, over five nights this week, following the final audition show on Saturday, they’ll be battling it out for viewers’ votes.Taking centre stage are the five Golden Buzzer acts, chosen by the judges and hosts Ant and Dec. Among them is David Walliams’s choice, Flakefleet Primary School Choir, whose joyful song-and-dance routine to Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now was rewarded with the Golden Buzzer.Here, head-teacher-turned-choirmaster Dave McPartlin (no relation to Ant!) tells us more, while their four Golden Buzzer rivals also…

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soap diary

STORY OF THE WEEKDavid comes clean to his gran about the stolen moneyCORONATION STREETDavid admits to Audrey that Nick stole her cash!Naughty Nick has gone to great lengths to stop Audrey finding out he was responsible for stealing £80,000 from her bank account. But it’s game over when David – who joined forces with his brother to spend the cash on their barbershop – can’t take it any more and spills the beans to their granny.David’s confession comes during a Platt family holiday to an activity centre. All’s fine until Nick’s partner in crime, Natalie, turns up with worrying news. Recognising her tattoo, Gail realises her sons’ employee is the woman who was seen on CCTV, withdrawing Audrey’s money.Nick panics when Gail tells him she’s calling the police, and he…