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What's on TV 13-Feb-2021

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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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Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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Weekly
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4 min.
hot tv this week

It’s the final! The Masked Singer SATURDAY 13 February, 7pm ITV Entertainment The singing contest comes to an end with the likes of Badger and Sausage belting out songs to win over the votes of the studio audience and panellists Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan, who are joined this week by last year’s winner Nicola Roberts. Everyone will make their final guesses on the true identities of the singers. Who will win? FULL STORY P12 Casualty SATURDAY 13 February, 8.20pm BBC1 Drama Faith is feeling the pressure! Cheating husband Lev is so desperate for her to move back home, he uses their children to manipulate Faith’s mother into kicking her out. His plan back fires, however, when Dylan invites Faith to stay with him and Dervla the dog! Elsewhere, Fenisha goes into labour…

2 min.
fight for life!

CASUALTY Saturday, 8.20pm BBC1 Drama Q Is Fenisha Khatri’s friendship with Ethan Hardy (George Rainsford) doomed, even though they’re to be parents? A Their relationship isn’t looking great. The friendship they built up during lockdown has crumbled since Ethan found out Fenisha is pregnant. She understands his anger – he thought she’d had a termination – but she’s struggling to understand his lack of interest in the baby and has no idea he has Huntington’s disease… Q Is this why tensions boil over this week? A Yes! The pregnancy has become like a dirty secret and Fenisha thinks it shouldn’t be. She kept it a secret, but now Ethan doesn’t want to talk about it. This week, it gets to the point where her emotions bubble over. He’s angry, too, and it all comes out! Q…

1 min.
farewell…

Best known for… The World War Two veteran inspired the whole country during the first lockdown when he raised more than £32m for the NHS by walking laps of his garden. As a result he appeared on countless TV programmes. Other achievements… Captain Sir Tom served in the Burma campaign during World War Two. He was on Blankety Blank in 1983 and had a No.1 hit with You’ll Never Walk Alone with Michael Ball. He was also knighted by the Queen. Family life… Captain Sir Tom died, aged 100, on 2 February at Bedford Hospital, having tested positive for coronavirus. He’s survived by daughters Lucy and Hannah, and four grandchildren.…

1 min.
handle with care!

MARCELLA Tuesday, 9pm ITV Drama After the Maguires’ henchman Bobby was abducted last week, the family have been blaming Marcella, who’s now a paranoid, nervous wreck. This week, Marcella’s handler, Frank, is forced to step out of the shadows to get the broken detective back on track when she leaves him a frantic voicemail. With Bobby missing and Marcella’s stalker sending her cryptic messages, the troubled cop’s mental health is precarious. ‘It’s clear Frank has his own agenda and Marcella is beginning to jeopardise his ability to carry it out,’ says Hugo Speer, who plays Frank. ‘He didn’t know who or what he was taking on when he first approached her. Frank can handle tough situations, but he’s got his hands full with Marcella!’…

1 min.
our kitchen winner!

it’s the final! CELEBRITY BEST HOME COOK Tue & Wed, 9pm BBC1 Cookery The final week of Celebrity Best Home Cook has arrived, with both the semi-final and grand final broadcast over two nights, as the remaining four celebrities battle it out. For the semi-final’s Ultimate challenge, Dame Mary Berry gets the stars to re-create their best fish supper, which involves having to fillet their own fish. But as four become three for the grand final, the challenges get switched up, with Chris Bavin setting his Rustle Up challenge first, followed by Angela Hartnett’s dreaded Eliminator. It leaves two celebs facing Dame Mary’s final Ultimate challenge. As Dame Mary gets her special opera glasses out to view all the proceedings, which contestant has done enough to get her ‘Ultimate’ seal of approval?…

1 min.
coming soon…

★ Presented by Sir David Attenborough, BBC2’s Life in Colour explores how colour plays a vital role in the animal kingdom. Focusing on Australia, state-ofthe-art cameras reveal a world of colour, normally invisible to the human eye. ★ Gold celebrates a classic comedy in The Vicar of Dibley: Inside Out, a oneoffspecial that includes rehearsal footage. Dawn French and James Fleet feature, as well as guest stars Kylie Minogue, Hugh Bonneville and Joanna Lumley. ★ Jason Manford hosts BBC1’s new general-knowledge daytime quiz Unbeatable, where four contestants are challenged not just to give a correct answer, but an ‘unbeatable’ one. There’s a cash prize up for grabs, too. ★ To mark the 80th anniversary of the Blitz, Lucy Worsley will uncover the real-life stories of civilians during the nightly raids. Her one-off BBC1…