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TV&Satellite Week 23-Feb-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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king of cringe

NEW COMEDY This Time with Alan Partridge Monday, BBC1 HD, 9.30pm The last time spoof presenter Alan Partridge, played by Steve Coogan, hosted a‘live’ TV series for the BBC, it led to disaster when, in an episode of his 1990s chat show Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, he accidentally shot dead a restaurant critic on air. The series was cancelled and Alan’s career rapidly went downhill as he ended up working in the backwaters of local radio as the host of a show on North Norfolk Digital. But we’re glad to report that Alan has ‘bounced back’ one more time. This week, the Beeb has given the calamitous presenter a second chance with BBC1’s new six-part series This Time with Alan Partridge, in which he stands in as the temporary co-host of an…

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the rise and fall of partridge

The Day Today 1994 The hapless sports presenter got his TV break when his Radio 4 series On the Hour transferred to BBC2 as The Day Today. Knowing Me, Knowing You 1994-95 A-ha! Alan’s BBC2 chat show came to an abrupt end when he accidentally shot dead a guest and attacked his boss. I’m Alan Partridge 1997-2002 This BBC2 sitcom depicted Alan’s life after he was fired by the Beeb. He presented a graveyard slot on Norwich radio and lived in a Travel Tavern. Mid Morning Matters 2010-2016 Sky Atlantic’s comedy saw Alan hosting a regional radio show as a webcam captured the goings-on in the studio. Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa 2013 Alan turned hostage negotiator to end a siege at North Norfolk Digital’s office party in this big-screen spin-off. WORDS: JUDY EWENS. PHOTOS: BBC, NICOLA DOVE, SKY…

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oscars 2019 who’ll win?

LIVE AWARDS Academy Awards Sunday, Sky Cinema Oscars HD, 1am It’s the most glittering night of the year, as Hollywood’s biggest stars head to the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles in the hope of walking away with an Oscar. It promises to be a good year for Brits, with Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz up for acting gongs for period drama The Favourite, which has 10 nominations (joint most with Roma), while Christian Bale could be in line for a second Oscar for his role as former US Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice. Here’s your guide to this year’s star-studded event… LOSING HART It was all organised: comedian Kevin Hart was due to host the awards until homophobic tweets emerged from his past, and Hart decided to step down. The Academy has announced they won’t be…

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the nominations

BEST PICTURE Black Panther BlacKkKlansman Bohemian Rhapsody The Favourite Green Book Roma A Star Is Born Vice LEAD ACTOR Christian Bale Vice Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Willem Dafoe At Eternity’s Gate Rami Malek Bohemian Rhapsody Viggo Mortensen Green Book LEAD ACTRESS Yalitza Aparicio Roma Glenn Close The Wife Olivia Colman The Favourite Lady Gaga A Star Is Born Melissa McCarthy Can You Ever Forgive Me? SUPPORTING ACTOR Mahershala Ali Green Book Adam Driver BlacKkKlansman Sam Elliott A Star Is Born Richard E Grant Can You Ever Forgive Me? Sam Rockwell Vice SUPPORTING ACTRESS Amy Adams Vice Marina de Tavira Roma Regina King If Beale Street Could Talk Emma Stone The Favourite Rachel Weisz The Favourite DIRECTOR Spike Lee BlacKkKlansman Pawel Pawlikowski Cold War Yorgos Lanthimos The Favourite Alfonso Cuarón Roma Adam McKay Vice…

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driven crazy

NEW COMEDY Warren Monday, BBC1 HD, 9pm Always in demand, Martin Clunes continues his busy year – following Manhunt and Islands of America – with this family-friendly sitcom about a driving instructor whose glass is always half-empty. Shot without a studio audience or laughter track, the comedy tells the story of Warren, a proud Southerner who has been forced to move up North to Preston with his partner Anne. He’s furious about most things in life, especially if they cost him money or involve Anne’s two sons, who he has to live with. Here, Clunes, 57, reveals more… How would you describe your character? He’s self-satisfied, completely without conscience, short-sighted and just awful, really. But he’s joyous to play. He’s totally unsympathetic, but he does love his partner Anne [played by Lisa Millett]. There are bits…

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talking tosh

CRIME DRAMA Shetland Tue, BBC1 HD, 9pm (Wales, 10.40pm) Alison O’Donnell has been through the mill in her role as DS Alison ‘Tosh’ McIntosh, the astute right-hand woman to DIJimmy Perez, in BBC1’s gripping crime drama Shetland. Along with tackling a number of disturbing cases over the years, the show has seen Tosh raped and also cruelly deceived by a corrupt cop. This week, there’s a glimmer of sunshine on the horizon, when the detective’s besotted friend Donnie (Angus Miller) asks her out on a date again. ‘Obviously Tosh has had her fair share of troubles in the last couple of series, and we’ll never get rid of that completely, but she’s coming out of that tunnel and she’s getting back on her feet,’ says O’Donnell. ‘This is a new storyline that I’ve not had…

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