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What's on TV 10-Apr-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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Sat10 Sun11 Mon12 Tue13 Wed14 Thu15 Fri16 I Can See Your Voice new SAT 10 April, 7.20pm BBC1 Entertainment Paddy McGuinness helms this bonkers music game show, which is the opposite of The Voice – contestants win by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of lip-syncers. Jimmy Carr, Amanda Holden and Alison Hammond make up the celebrity panel helping to whittle down the singers until there’s only one left. Will the last person standing be tone deaf, or have the voice of an angel? FULL STORY P11 The Great British Sewing Bee new WED 14 April, 9pm BBC1 Entertainment Twelve stitchers are out to impress judges Esme Young and Patrick Grant with their super sewing skills as a new series gets under way. Host Joe Lycett will be keeping a watchful eye on the contestants…

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spotting the talent!

new Q How does Game of Talents work? A We have two teams of two contestants: a celebrity and a member of the public. First, I reveal the talent board – the eight talents of our mystery performers – then I introduce the first performer and give the team in play clues to help them guess what the performer’s talent is. The celebrity in that team then chooses a cash ball, the guest performs and, if that duo have guessed correctly, they put the cash-ball sum into their prize pot. The pair with the largest amount of money at the end gets the chance to win it all. Q How does it compare with Britain’s Got Talent? A All the performers on Game of Talents are already doing well from their talent, so they’re…

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Best known for… Famous for his bloopers, or ‘Murrayisms’ as he called them, Murray was the TV voice of Formula One for 50 years. One of his most famous lines was, ‘I’ve got to stop now, because I’ve got a lump in my throat,’ as Damon Hill won the 1996 World Championship. Other famous achievements… He appeared on shows such as Celebrity Mastermind and Top Gear, while in 2011 he was the subject of documentary Murray Walker: A Life in the Fast Lane. He was appointed an OBE in 1996 for his services to broadcasting and motor racing. Family life… Murray died on 13 March, aged 97. He’s survived by Elizabeth, his wife of 61 years.…

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roxy’s big plan!

THE SYNDICATE Tuesday, 9pm BBC1 Drama After searching Monaco, the Woodvale Kennels’ syndicate have tracked down newsagent Frank to his hotel to quiz him about their missing winning lottery ticket. But when they’re thrown out, they need a new plan. As they plot to trap Frank (Neil Morrissey), pregnant Roxy reveals a shock secret about how she got the money to come to Monaco. It’s clear Roxy will do anything to secure a bright future for herself, Sam (Joe Sugg) and their baby… ‘This episode goes into Roxy’s story and explores why being pregnant means so much to her,’ says Taj Atwal, who plays her. ‘It’s not as straightforward as you might think.’ Later, Roxy comes up with a brilliant idea to use Frank’s biggest weakness – his beloved Irish wolfhound, Duke – against him.…

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super stitchers!

new THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE Wednesday, 9pm BBC1 Reality Acruise-ship director, a primary-school teacher and an ex-dinner lady are among the home sewers out to impress judges Esme Young and Patrick Grant as a seventh series of The Great British Sewing Bee gets under way. Presenter Joe Lycett will once again be bolstering spirits and injecting his trademark wit. ‘We’ve got a really fun, mad bunch of eggs,’ says Joe, talking about the amateurs who range in age from 21 to 62. As in previous years, each week the sewers will go head to head in three challenges. First up is the theme of everyday wardrobe staples. ‘I always love the transformation rounds,’ says Joe ‘This year they had army surplus, wetsuits and even parachutes to transform into garments. The things they create are incredible!’…

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coming soon…

★ McNulty plays Gauis, who later becomes the Roman emperor Augustus, in Sky Atlantic’s epic historical drama Domina. The 10-parter, however, mainly follows the emperor’s wife Livia Drusilla, who navigates her way through the brutality of Roman society. ★ BBC3 Online’s six-part romcom Starstruck follows Jessie (Rose Matafeo), a millennial living in East London, who finds herself navigating an awkward situation when she sleeps with famous film star Tom (Nikesh Patel). ★ White House Farm and Sanditon star Mark Stanley plays King Henry VIII in Channel 5’s historical drama Anne Boleyn. The three-part series tells the story of the final months of the king’s second wife in the run-up to her execution. ★ Jamie Laing hosts BBC3 Online’s new dating series I Like the Way You Move. The eight-parter gives contestants the chance…