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TV&Satellite Week 09-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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return to the reich

‘Smith embodies everything we know to be the evil of Nazism’RUFUS SEWELL NEW DRAMA The Man in the High Castle From Friday 15 November, 10 episodes as a box set, Amazon Prime Video World War Two history blends with sci-fi in Amazon Prime Video’s epic drama The Man in the High Castle, which returns for its fourth and final cataclysmic season this week. Based on Philip K Dick’s novel, the 1960s-set series imagines a world where the Allies have lost the war and America has been carved up by the Japanese Imperial Army and the Nazis. However, banned newsreel films of the Allies winning the war have been seen by resistance fighter Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) who learns that the footage comes from a parallel universe in which the Nazis and the Japanese have been defeated. At…

3
striking it rich

NEW DRAMA Gold Digger Tuesday, BBC1 HD, 9pm After spending nearly two decades working in the United States, Julia Ormond returned to British screens with a memorable cameo in Howards End two years ago. Now she’s back in another intriguing relationship drama. Full of mystery and dark family secrets, six-part series Gold Digger follows Ormond’s character, Julia Day, a wealthy divorcee who worries that life has passed her by until she meets Benjamin (Ben Barnes), a good-looking man 26 years her junior. As the pair embark on a whirlwind romance, Julia’s three grown-up children wonder whether Benjamin’s love for their mother is genuine – or is he simply after her money? ‘She’s a 60-year-old woman who gave up her career for her kids and has now been left by her husband of three decades,’ says Ormond,…

2
spitfire summer

LAST ONE DRAMA World on Fire Sunday, BBC1 HD, 9pm Spitfires soar over southern England as wartime drama World on Fire reaches its exhilarating final episode with the Battle of Britain. It’s the summer of 1940 and Hitler has ordered the Luftwaffe to pave the way for a Nazi invasion by knocking out the RAF – but British fighter pilots like Vernon Hunter are determined to hold them back. BRAVERY IN ACTION ‘It must have been pretty terrifying for the real pilots back in 1940,’ says Arthur Darvill, who plays Vernon. ‘Most of them were 18 or 19 years old. Those chaps were all that stood between Britain and the abyss that summer.’ After confessing his love for Lois (Julia Brown) in last week’s episode, Vernon takes to the skies, but fails to return with the rest…

2
pudsey’s big night

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Children in Need Friday, BBC1 HD & BBC2 HD, from 7.30pm Get ready for a night of top-notch family entertainment as the nation’s favourite stars unite for the BBC’s annual Children in Need appeal. This year sees The Apprentice: You’re Fired host Tom Allen join the regular presenting team of Graham Norton, Tess Daly, Ade Adepitan, Mel Giedroyc, and Rochelle and Marvin Humes. As always, an array of celebrities will also feature in special appeals and performances. ‘Children in Need is one of those rare occasions when the country joins together to support some truly inspirational causes,’ says Norton. Here, we look forward to some of the highlights from the evening… NAME THAT TUNE Marvin and Rochelle host a special edition of their Saturday music quiz, The Hit List, featuring artists that have previously performed on…

1
building hope

NEW FACTUAL DIY SOS: Children in Need Special Wednesday, BBC1 HD, 8pm As part of the Children in Need programming, Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team will be embarking on an ambitious Big Build on Wednesday, aimed at helping the homeless youngsters who live on our streets. The team heads to Blackburn, Lancashire, to transform the rundown St Silas Parish Rooms into an accommodation and support centre for Nightsafe, a charity that helps young people aged 16 to 24 who are homeless or vulnerably housed. We asked Knowles all about the ambitious build… What was the brief for this build? Children in Need asked if we could build some night accommodation to help homeless young people in and around Blackburn. But we thought we could do better than that. Inside, we built six self-contained flats, a…

2
soap diary

CORONATION STREET Robert has a car crash – and his web of lies unravels… Driving back from babymother Vicky’s house, Robert takes a call from Michelle and, taking his eyes off the road, has a car crash. But his injuries are soon the least of his worries… As Michelle is contacted by police, she’s baffled to be told her boyfriend is in Macclesfield Hospital, when he’d previously told her he was in Sandbach. She heads over there and is confused, not only to hear him rambling about a baby, but also when she spots a necklace on his bedside table, inscribed with the words “big daddy”. Robert gives her a cock-and-bull story and, when Vicky learns of his accident, he desperately tries to stop the two women coming face to face. Realising his double life…