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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 Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs WEDNESDAY 23 October, 8pm ITV Factual Paul O’Grady rejoins the dedicated staff at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to try to find more disadvantaged pooches a home, as the doggy documentary returns for its eighth series. First up, Paul’s tasked with babysitting a litter of very lively Staffordshire bull terrier pups – can he find an outlet for their energy? FULL STORY P7 Holby City TUE 22 Oct, 8pm (Scot, 10.35pm; NI, 8pm, BBC2) BBC1 Drama As part of the show’s 20th anniversary, some familiar faces crop up this week, even though the characters are long dead! As Max performs the risky procedure to reduce Ric’s tumour, an out-of-it Ric drifts off to a place where he meets his dead former flame and Holby colleague Diane Lloyd (Patricia Potter)…

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one man and his dogs!

new PAUL O’GRADY FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS Wed, 8pm ITV Factual Q For the Love of Dogs is back for its eighth series. What do you most enjoy about returning to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to film the show? A I always love meeting new dogs but the state some of them come to us in is horrific. It never ceases to amaze me what abuse some dogs are put through. This show strikes a chord with people because it’s a real Cinderella story where a little abandoned dog comes in, the staff make it better, then it goes off to a new home. People always stop me in the street and say, ‘You made me cry last night.’ Q Who do we meet as the series begins? A A mongrel called Sunny is…

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Best known for… British TV audiences will know Diahann for her role in US drama Dynasty in the 1980s. She played Blake Carrington’s wealthy half-sister, Dominique Deveraux, from 1984 to 1987. She also appeared in Dynasty’s spin-off series The Colbys. Other achievements… A singer and Broadway stage actress, Diahann took the title role in US sitcom Julia (1968 to 1971), which won her a Golden Globe. Later TV roles included Lonesome Dove: The Series and Grey’s Anatomy. Family life… Diahann died, aged 84, on 4 October in Los Angeles. She is survived by her daughter and two grandchildren.…

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quest for the truth

DUBLIN MURDERS Monday & Tuesday, 9pm (Tue, NI, 10.35pm) BBC1 Drama Rob Reilly’s determined mission to get to the bottom of the grisly murder of teenage ballet dancer Katy Devlin steps up a gear in this week’s episodes of BBC1 crime thriller Dublin Murders. As Katy’s family prepare for her funeral, single-minded detective Rob (Killian Scott) and his colleague Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene) investigate reports of a mysterious figure seen near the woods where Katy was found. But they remain certain that there must be a connection between the crime they are investigating and the disappearance in the same woods of youngsters Peter, Jamie and Adam in 1985. Convinced that Katy’s father Jonathan (Peter McDonald), who was a teenager in 1985, knows something, Rob quizzes him about the past and whether he is still…

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⋆ David Walliams is taking over from Dermot O’Leary as the new host of the National Television Awards, which will be shown live on ITV. The Britain’s Got Talent judge will take to the stage at London’s O2 on Tuesday 28 January 2020 for the 25th anniversary of the dazzling ceremony. Telly fans can decide who’s nominated as long-list voting begins on Tuesday 15 October and there are some great battles among the shows and stars vying for your votes, including new dramas such as The Capture, Gentleman Jack and The Politician, while sisters Oti and Motsi Mabuse are against each other for the TV Judge gong for their respective shows The Greatest Dancer and Strictly Come Dancing. For tickets and to vote for your TV faves for free online, go to…

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in the line of fire!

WORLD ON FIRE Sunday, 9pm BBC1 Drama Having witnessed the fall of Warsaw in Autumn 1939, Harry Chase was desperate to join the fight against Germany and he finally gets his chance this week! As a lieutenant in the British Army, Harry (Jonah Hauer-King) and his unit have been sent to Belgium to try to stop the Nazi advance, yet they soon find their enemy is far stronger than they realised… With no military experience of his own, Harry relies heavily on his second-in-command, Sergeant Stan Raddings, to help organise the men, but will the pair survive the battle? Friendship ‘Stan’s a normal working-class bloke,’ says Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison, who plays him. ‘Most of the men think Harry’s a posh boy who doesn’t deserve the rank he’s been given, so Stan acts like a filter…