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What's on TV


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd What’s on TV is a value-packed, easy-to-use weekly magazine, full of TV information, features and listings. The Soapweek section gives you in-depth story updates and the double-page Soap Diary gives you a rundown of upcoming plots, complete with "must-see" moments flagged up. The TV Week and Real Life sections cover the best of the week's programmes, and there are seven days of clearly set out listings. ENGLAND edition

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new Animal Babies WED 24 July, 9pm BBC2 Factual The first year of life is the most trying, dangerous time for wild animals. This three-parter tells the story of those 12 months for six animals. In Kenya, elephant calf Safina must keep up with her fast-moving herd, while in Uganda, an eight-week-old gorilla faces forest dangers. Other animals followed include a young Arctic fox. FULL STORY P27 new The Boys From FRIDAY 26 July, eight episodes as a box set Amazon Prime Video Drama There are more superhero films and TV shows than you can shake a stick at these days, but this new series turns the genre on its head. It follows The Boys, a group of vigilantes who band together to take on seven superheroes who’ve turned to the dark side. The cast includes Nathan Mitchell,…

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shooting stars!

new ALL-STAR NETBALL FOR SPORT RELIEF Saturday, 7pm BBC2 Entertainment Q What made you want to get involved? A I was definitely up for playing netball for such a good cause, and when they offered to let me be captain, I screamed with excitement! Sport can be a great tool, because it helps give women a good life and good benefits. Plus I’m looking forward to meeting Clare Balding [who hosts the event] and playing against other captain Jennifer Saunders. I’ll be starstruck! Q How are the training sessions going? A They haven’t set the teams yet, so we’re playing for fun and trying to remember the rules, but it’s still very competitive. We are Vikings of women who want to do our best. It’s fun for us just to go for it – no slacking. Q…

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Best known for… Freddie was most famous for playing Ashley’s dad Sandy Thomas in the ITV soap Emmerdale from 2005 until he decided to quit in 2018, after Ashley died from early-onset dementia. Other achievements… He started out as a lab assistant before becoming an actor, finding fame as Claudius in the 1968 series The Caesars. He went on to appear in the David Lynch films The Elephant Man, Dune and Wild at Heart, and in many TV dramas, ranging from Space: 1999 to The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole. Family life… He died on 9 July after a short illness, aged 91. He’s survived by his wife Jennifer and three sons, actors Toby and Casper, and director Rupert.…

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fight for freedom!

LAST IN SERIES! BEECHAM HOUSE Sunday, 9pm ITV Drama Things are looking bleak for John Beecham (Tom Bateman) in the explosive finale to Beecham House. The honourable trader remains holed up in prison and in fear for his life after being falsely accused of treason and the theft of the precious diamond belonging to the Emperor (Roshan Seth). Dilemma John’s back-stabbing business partner, Samuel Parker (Marc Warren), is unaware that John suspects he betrayed him to Castillon (Grégory Fitoussi) over the jewel, and, when Samuel visits John, he promises to try to get him released by negotiating with the general. In return, Samuel says that John must promise to leave India for good and return to England with him – and testify against the corrupt East India Company to restore Samuel’s name after the Company discharged…

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★ BBC1’s six-part spy thriller The Capture sees soldier Shaun Emery (Callum Turner) have his murder conviction in Afghanistan quashed. But he faces another battle when he’s implicated in an incident in London, which DI Rachel Carey (Holliday Grainger) investigates. ★ Gary Lineker follows in his grandfather’s World War Two footsteps in BBC1 documentary My Grandad’s Untold War. The presenter will reveal how his grandad risked his life on the front line in Italy, but was branded a ‘D-Day dodger’ by some. ★ Aisling Bea and Sharon Horgan star as sisters Aine and Shona in C4’s poignant comedy This Way Up. Aine works as a teacher at a foreign-language school and is recovering from a breakdown but trying to find a new way to happiness. ★ In BBC2’s The Last Woman on Earth,…

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nowhere to hide!

POLDARK Sunday, 9pm BBC1 Drama With mob violence, soldiers on the streets and a body washed up in the Thames, London is a dark and shadowy place in this week’s episode of Poldark. Demelza has arrived at Ross’ London lodgings with her children, Jeremy and Clowance, to support her husband in his mission to clear his pal Ned Despard’s name and restore him to his position as Governor of Honduras. New nemesis But she soon spots a man lurking nearby and fears it’s someone sent to spy on them by Ross’ new nemesis, mahogany trader Ralph Hanson (Peter Sullivan), who’s dead set on destroying Ned and now Ross, too! ‘Demelza has spent so long trying to get Ross to think about family life and suddenly Ned turns all that upside down,’ says Eleanor Tomlinson, who plays…