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TV Times

14-Dec-2019

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

SOAP Coronation Street at Christmas FRIDAY / ITV NEW Corrie superfans like me won’t want to miss the chance to delve into six decades of the soap’s classic Christmas moments – who could forget Hilda Ogden’s touching farewell in the Rovers on Christmas Day 1987? Former star Thelma Barlow (the legendary Mavis) helps us look back at some real crackers. See page 8 ENTERTAINMENT Strictly Come Dancing SATURDAY / BBC1 FINAL I probably won’t don anything that’s sequin-spangled, but I’ll definitely be cheering on all the finalists as they take to the floor in the hope of lifting the coveted Glitterball trophy. We look back on what has been a sparkling series. See page 11 ENTERTAINMENT Ball & Boe: A Very Merry Christmas FRIDAY / ITV NEW I’m a huge fan of Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, so it’s great that…

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kelly’s call of duty

Watch out, AC-12 – there’s a new opponent in town! Kelly Macdonald has been unveiled as the guest lead for the much-anticipated sixth series of BBC1’s popular crime thriller, Line of Duty. Giri/Haji and The Victim star Kelly, 43, will join regulars Martin Compston (AKA Steve Arnott), Vicky McClure (Kate Fleming) and Adrian Dunbar (Ted Hastings), playing DCI Joanne Davidson, the senior investigation officer of a murder, whose ‘unconventional’ methods raise suspicion with the anti-corruption unit. ‘We’re honoured that Kelly will join us,’ the show’s writer, Jed Mercurio, tells us. ‘Davidson will prove the most enigmatic adversary AC-12 has ever faced.’ ‘WHAT A TALENT!’ Given the slippery antagonists the team has gone head to head with before – played by Lennie James, Keeley Hawes, Daniel Mays, Thandie Newton and Stephen Graham – they’re bound…

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‘i’ll be critical and honest!’

John Barrowman’s ‘fabulous’ performance on last year’s I’m a Celebrity… won the hearts of the nation, and since then there’s been no stopping him! In the new year, the versatile actor and entertainer will be back on our screens as the new Ice Panel judge on ITV’s Dancing on Ice, the first glimpse of which we’ll see in the show’s Christmas special. But before that, the British-American star has fulfilled a lifelong ambition by releasing a Christmas album called A Fabulous Christmas (what else?!). He’ll also be bringing some festive cheer to theatres up and down the UK this month with an eight-date album tour. In an exclusive interview with TV Times, John, 52, tells us why he’s looking forward to sitting in judgment on the ice-skating contest… You competed in the very first…

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what’s next for…

JAMES NESBITT Cold Feet’s James will play a police detective in Bloodlands, a new BBC1 thriller set in Northern Ireland that will follow the hunt for an assassin. JOANNA LUMLEY Joanna’s latest ITV travelogue will see her explore the Caribbean, taking her from Havana to Haiti. The two-parter will air next year. JOHN BISHOP The comic has landed an ITV entertainment series, John Bishop at the Weekend, which looks back at the week’s events. It’ll air in 2020. HELEN McCRORY Peaky Blinders star Helen will play the prime minister in BBC1 thriller Roadkill, which centres on a self-made politician played by Hugh Laurie. GREG DAVIES Greg’s hit series Taskmaster, which sees comedians compete in surreal challenges, will move from UKTV’s Dave to C4 from late 2020. MORE EXCLUSIVE PICS, VIDEOS AND NEWS STORIES AT facebook.com/tvtimesmagazine twitter.com/tvtimesmagazine instagram.com/tvtimesmagazine…

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our bundles of joy…

“No one else can relate to what Chesney and Gemma are going through”SAM ASTON SOAP Coronation Street MON, WED, FRI / ITV / TIMES VARY Life with a newborn baby is never easy – and Weatherfield’s Chesney and Gemma have four of them! Following their dramatic births in Wales back in October, Aled, Bryn, Carys and Llio are now settled in at No.5, and putting their parents through the wringer. In real life, five babies are playing the famous quads – triplets Lucy, Lily and Arthur, and twins James and Charlotte. In an exclusive shoot for TV Times, we caught up with stars Sam Aston and Dolly-Rose Campbell to talk about ‘Chemma’, their relationship, and their bundles of joy… How are Gemma and Chesney coping with their quads? Sam: They’re managing as well as anyone can with…

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corrie’s christmas crackers

NEW SOAP Coronation Street at Christmas FRIDAY / ITV / 8.30PM (SCOTLAND, 9.30PM) For millions, Coronation Street is up there with the Queen’s Christmas speech as essential festive viewing. Now, with the soap’s 60th Christmas just around the corner, ITV is delving into the archives to revisit some memorable stories from years gone by. Narrated by ex-cast member Sue Johnston, Coronation Street at Christmas features stars present and past sharing memories, including Thelma Barlow, who played Mavis Wilton, née Riley, from 1971 to 1997. ‘The Christmas that stands out for me was when Mavis was in a panto,’ recalls Thelma. ‘She was put on prompt book, but somehow managed to get herself on stage. She was terrified to be in the spotlight with everybody laughing!’ Ahead of the nostalgic look back, here are some of our…