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What's on TV

What's on TV


Published by TI Media Limited 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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hot tv this week

new Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow SATURDAY 30 May, 8.15pm ITV Entertainment There’ll be lots of laughs as comedian Alan Carr hosts updated versions of game shows from days gone by, such as Take Your Pick!, Strike It Lucky, Bullseye and The Price Is Right, all with new twists. First up is a celeb Play Your Cards Right, which sees Martine McCutcheon with Jack McManus, Eamonn Holmes and wife Ruth Langsford, Chris Ramsey and wife Rosie, plus Ore Oduba and his wife Portia. FULL STORY P7 IT’S BACK! Holby City TUESDAY 2 June, 8pm BBC1 Drama It’s a big day for Kian and Jac as they wait to hear from Max McGerry whether Darwin has won the pitch for the new cardiology unit. Jac’s confidence is buoyed when she deals with a flirty patient. But later they’re both left…

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games for a laugh!

new ALAN CARR’S EPIC GAMESHOW Saturday, 8.15pm ITV Entertainment Q You’re hosting a different game show each week, which includes Strike It Lucky, Play Your Cards Right, Bullseye, The Price Is Right and Take Your Pick! So which one is your favourite? A Bullseye, definitely – that’s the one taxi drivers talk to me about. On paper, it sounds pretty boring – just watching darts thrown. But it’s really tense! It was so nostalgic – and, of course, we have a speedboat. My friend asked me what it was like to work with Bully. I was like: ‘He’s a cartoon!’ Q This week is a celebrity version of Play Your Cards Right, with Martine McCutcheon and Jack McManus, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, Chris Ramsey and his wife, Rosie, Ore Oduba and his wife, Portia.…

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what’s hot! what’s not!

Talent is top! Britain’s Got Talent reigned supreme, with 7.1m tuning in on 16 May. It beat BBC1’s replacement for the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest, Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light, which drew just 2.4m. A Word woes BBC1 drama The A Word on 12 May shed 700K viewers from its opening episode the previous week, pulling in just 2.6m. It was beaten by ITV’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, as 4.3m tuned in to watch retired doctor Andrew Townsley win £500K!…

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Best known for… Golden retriever Nigel was the canine companion of gardening expert Monty Don, often seen following Monty around on BBC2’s Gardeners’ World. Other achievements… Nigel was praised by Monty, who suffers with depression, for helping him through ‘dark periods’ by providing comfort. In 2016, Monty published Nigel: My Family and Other Dogs, about Nigel and Monty’s other pets, including golden retriever Nellie, who also appears on Gardeners’ World. Tribute… Nigel passed away on 11 May. Monty wrote on Instagram, ‘To the end he was happy, healthy and his usual calm, lovely self.’…

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secrets and spies!

new ALEX RIDER From Thu 4 June, eight eps as a box set Amazon Prime Video Drama Anthony Horowitz’s novels about teen spy Alex Rider have captured the imagination of millions over the past 20 years. And now they’re brought to life in Amazon Prime Video’s new series. Alex Rider follows orphaned Alex (Otto Farrant), who lives with his enigmatic uncle Ian (Andrew Buchan). When Ian is killed, Alex discovers his uncle was a spy for The Department, a branch of MI6 run by ruthless Alan Blunt (Stephen Dillane) and his assistant Mrs Jones (Vicky McClure). The Department asks Alex to go undercover to learn about Ian’s death. And as Alex undertakes his dangerous first mission, Mrs Jones keeps a watchful eye on him… ‘She’s his handler and with that comes the human side of it,’…

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wedding shock!

THE A WORD Tuesday, 9pm BBC1 Drama Wedding bells are ringing for Ralph and Katie in The A Word, but a surprise arrival throws a spanner in the works… Ralph’s mum, Louise (Pooky Quesnel), gets a shock when her ex, Ralph’s dad Doug (Ian Puleston-Davies), shows up wanting to wish Ralph (Leon Harrop) well before he ties the knot with Katie (Sarah Gordy). While Ralph has mixed feelings about his dad’s sudden reappearance, furious Louise is worried that he’ll let their son down again. ‘Louise is still hurt by Doug walking out 10 years before,’ says Pooky. ‘She’s also struggling with the idea of Ralph getting married and finds it hard to let go because she wants to protect him.’ But after a heart-to-heart with Doug, Louise’s partner Maurice (Christopher Eccleston) tries to help build bridges.…