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TV&Satellite Week

TV&Satellite Week 02-Nov-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd TV & Satellite Week is a weekly magazine, perfect for TV fans looking to get the most out of multichannel viewing. It includes comprehensive listings and a film guide, coverage of the best US dramas, a rundown of the week's highlights and a guide to live sports action on TV. England and Wales edition.

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rule britannia

NEW DRAMA Britannia Thursday, Sky Atlantic HD, 9pm For Game of Thrones fans in need of an epic drama set in a bygone era with violent deaths, duplicitous characters and dark fantasy, the return of Sky Atlantic’s Britannia might fill the void. It follows the Roman army, who, after Julius Caesar’s failure to conquer Britain, invade the country once again in 43AD. They find a land of powerful Druids and warrior queens weakened by its warring Celtic tribes – the Cantii and the Regni. Roman general Aulus Plautius (David Morrissey) takes advantage of this conflict, urging each of the tribes to form an alliance with Rome. The second season begins two years on from the invasion, with Aulus, having made an ally of Celtic queen Amena (Annabel Scholey), dominating the willing Celt tribes while crushing…

4
danger & daemons

NEW FANTASY DRAMA His Dark Materials Sunday, BBC1 HD, 8pm A visually stunning, big-budget TV version of Philip Pullman’s brilliant fantasy trilogy His Dark Materials comes to BBC1 this week – but it hasn’t been an easy journey from page to screen. Executive producer Jane Tranter spent years trying to acquire the rights, in which time a successful theatre production and an ill-fated film, The Golden Compass, came and went. Then Game of Thrones happened. ‘It was the key that unlocked television on a certain scale, and we are so grateful,’ says Tranter. ‘Years ago this would have been a teatime series, and it would have been a disaster. We had to wait for TV to go epic.’ Filmed in Cardiff and on location in Oxford, the eight-part series is adapted by BAFTA-winning writer Jack…

1
animal magic

As fans of the best-selling books will know, some of the most memorable moments in His Dark Materials are provided by the characters’ animal companions, called daemons. Although the daemons were created on screen by CGI, a team of designers made puppet versions of the creatures so the cast could act alongside them. ‘A ball on a stick gives the actor an eyeline but doesn’t allow them to engage emotionally,’ explains chief puppeteer Brian Fisher. ‘Daemons are an extension of a person’s soul, so the idea was that the puppeteers brought them to life and helped build a relationship – you can feel the pull between actor and daemon.’ Once the actors had performed opposite the custom-made puppets, the CGI team stepped in to re-create them for the screen, with a cast of…

2
hunt for truth

DRAMA World on Fire Sunday, BBC1 HD, 9pm World on Fire has provided us with a rich tapestry of characters since the World War Two drama began, but only one of them is based on an actual historical figure. Writer Peter Bowker drew inspiration from a number of people when creating the role of American reporter Nancy Campbell but foremost in his mind was legendary British journalist Clare Hollingworth. CHANCE DISCOVERY On 28 August 1939, Hollingworth was driving along Germany’s border with Poland when she spotted a mass of troops, tanks and armoured vehicles waiting to invade and start the war. Realising she had stumbled upon the ‘scoop of the century’, she contacted her editor to break the story – a moment that was re-created by Hollywood star Helen Hunt, who plays Nancy, in the first episode…

2
final judgment

LAST ONE CRIME DRAMA Dublin Murders Monday & Tuesday, BBC1 HD, 9pm Thriller Dublin Murders has certainly kept viewers guessing over the past few weeks as harassed detectives Rob Reilly (Killian Scott) and Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene) have tried to solve two baffling crimes while attempting to hide their own harrowing pasts. But as the BBC1 drama draws to an explosive close, there are several questions we want answered… Why did Lexie die? Cassie is undercover as her dead lookalike Lexie Mangan to unmask the killer. But as danger beckons and Cassie’s personal traumas grow, can she maintain her disguise in front of Lexie’s suspicious housemates and also learn the dead girl’s true identity? ‘Cassie is determined and manipulative, which is integral to going undercover. But there are two sides of her personality and she’s fighting…

2
soap diary

CORONATION STREET Will Shona marry David? Shona has everything in place for her wedding… except a groom. Poor David is still doing porridge, having been wrongly charged with the attempted murder of Josh. As Gail takes it upon herself to cancel the big day, Nick comes up with a plan to pose as Josh’s solicitor and confront him in hospital about his lie that David tried to kill him. When it ends in disaster, Leanne suggests Billy the vicar see Josh instead. Billy reluctantly agrees, and pleads with Josh to tell the truth. But the predator refuses to out his real attackers, Abe and Tez. As Billy discusses his failed mission with Paul, and explains that David was raped by Josh, Paul – himself a victim of a sex crime – gets a steely…