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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd TV Times delivers unique and exclusive access to the UK's favourite TV personalities and shows. The magazine goes behind the scenes to bring you great features, exclusive photos, soap news and story updates. Includes a guide to the week's top films and seven days of easy-to-read TV listings plus two pages of TV highlights per day. ENGLAND edition.

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my tv times week

Editor-in-chief COLIN TOUGH on the shows he’ll be watching ENTERTAINMENT Strictly Come Dancing SATURDAY / BBC1 LIVE I’m cancelling all my plans for weekend nights from now until Christmas as Strictly returns properly to our screens this week for its always fab-u-lous first live show. Ahead of the sparkly action, head judge Shirley Ballas joins us to cast her professional eye over the class of 2019, predicting who will have fancy footwork and who might have two left feet! See page 8 ENTERTAINMENT BBC Music Day THURSDAY / BBC1 & CBBC NEW My own musical talents leave a lot to be desired, so I’m hoping to pick up tips from Sir Paul McCartney as he launches Blue Peter’s first-ever music badge as part of this special day! See pages 76-77 DRAMA Peaky Blinders SUNDAY / BBC1 LAST ONE I’ve really enjoyed this…

the coughing major is back!

Take a look at this tense courtroom scene from ITV’s upcoming drama Quiz, which centres on the infamous ‘Coughing Major’ scandal that hit game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? The three-part series, currently filming in London, stars Spooks’ Matthew Macfadyen as Major Charles Ingram and Fleabag’s Sian Clifford as his wife Diana, who were accused of cheating their way to £1million in 2001. Meanwhile, Good Omens star Michael Sheen has given a sneak peek of how he looks sporting a blond wig as he takes on the role of Millionaire’s then host Chris Tarrant. Here’s everything TV Times knows so far about the drama… THE STORY The series explores how Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? became a huge success and reveals the Ingrams’ growing obsession with appearing on the ITV show. While…

3 shows filming now!

1 Last Tango in Halifax BBC1 We’re thrilled to see this lovely shot of Sir Derek Jacobi as filming begins on the fifth series of Sally Wainwright’s hit drama, almost three years after the Christmas specials aired. Sir Derek, whose character Alan now appears to be working in a supermarket, will reunite with Sanditon star Anne Reid (see our interview, page 12), who plays his wife Celia. The four-part series, set to air in 2020, also sees Nicola Walker and Sarah Lancashire reprising their roles as Alan’s daughter Gillian and Celia’s daughter Caroline. ‘I could happily write Last Tango… forever. It’s like therapy, writing it. It’s so much fun,’ Sally tells TV Times. ‘The cast is wonderful and they’re all thrilled we’re doing it again.’ 2 The Nest BBC1 Martin Compston has left Line of…

what’s next for…

MICHELLE KEEGAN Our Girl star Michelle will return for a second series of Sky One’s comedy drama Brassic, which follows a group of Lancashire pals. RYLAN CLARK-NEAL After reviving game show Supermarket Sweep, Rylan will host a remake of culinary challenge Ready Steady Cook, airing on BBC1 in 2020. JOHN BARROWMAN John will replace Jason Gardiner on the judging panel of Dancing on Ice when the ITV skating contest returns to our screens early next year. DAVID SUCHET BBC1’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s trilogy of fantasy novels, His Dark Materials, will see the Poirot star voice the daemon Kaisa. BRADLEY WALSH Bradley will join son Barney for a second series of ITV’s Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad, as they explore the East Coast of America. MORE EXCLUSIVE PICS, VIDEOS AND NEWS STORIES AT facebook.com/tvtimesmagazine twitter.com/tvtimesmagazine instagram.com/tvtimesmagazine…

like father, like son?

“They’ve written James Henry as a grumpy Doc Martin clone, but he’s much funnier than the script!” NEW COMEDY DRAMA Doc Martin WEDNESDAY / ITV / 9PM Sipping a drink on the balcony of The Golden Lion, the pub in Port Isaac, Cornwall, that doubles up as The Crab & Lobster in the fictional village of Portwenn in Doc Martin, TV Times is surrounded by fans of the series desperate to catch a glimpse of the show’s stars. Breathing in the sea air, it’s a relaxing place to be. But as we rejoin the medic for a ninth series of the popular ITV comedy drama, there’s a heavy weight on the shoulders of the grumpy GP, played by Martin Clunes. He’s going to be forced to fight for his job, and the patients he pretends to…

also this series…

WEDDING BELLS? In a bid to prove to doctor’s receptionist Morwenna (Jessica Ransom) that he really cares about her, publican Al (Joe Absolom) accidentally proposes. But will they make it down the aisle? ‘It’s a lovely storyline,’ says Martin. ‘It’s funny how you can chuck a bit of a love story in and everyone’s gripped.’ CAROLINE’S BACK! Martin’s former Men Behaving Badly co-star Caroline Quentin returns later in the series as homeopathic vet Angela Sim. ‘I can’t wait for that storyline,’ says Martin. ‘Angela starts to lose her sight, so the doc has to operate on a dog under her guidance because she’s semi-blind. What could possibly go wrong?!’ UNLIKELY HERO When pharmacist Mrs Tishell (Selina Cadell) has a terrible accident while on a date at the lighthouse, it’s her misfortune that PC Joe Penhale (John…