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TV&Satellite Week 09-Mar-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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life in a spin

‘It’s a very human story. It’s really about friends helping each other out’IDRIS ELBA NEW COMEDY Turn Up Charlie From Friday 15 March, Netflix Idris Elba is busier than ever at the moment. At the start of 2019, the workaholic actor was back on BBC1 for the fifth series of Luther, with rumours of a film adaptation in the pipeline. In the Summer, he’ll star in Hobbs & Shaw, a spin-off from the Fast & Furious franchise, then he’ll play Macavity in Cats, the long-awaited big-screen version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. But before all that, the 46-year-old Londoner takes on a rather different kind of musical role when he stars in the new Netflix comedy series Turn Up Charlie. Elba co-created the eight-parter, in which he plays the title character, a lifelong bachelor and…

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next up for elba…

Just like his character in Turn Up Charlie, Elba will also be hitting the DJ decks this year, as he’ll be performing a set at the high-profile Coachella festival in California. The Luther star also has plenty of screen projects lined up for 2019. ‘We’ve got a skeleton of an idea for a Luther film,’ he says. Here’s what the actor already has in store… HOBBS & SHAW The Fast & Furious franchise has spawned this spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham. Elba (above) is sure to make a stir as a cyber-genetically enhanced terrorist. It’s due out this Summer. CATS Miaow! Elba will show off his singing skills when he stars as the villainous Macavity in the big-screen version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1981 musical Cats. The film is scheduled for release in December. THREE…

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comic relief’s big day

LIVE FUNDRAISER Comic Relief Friday, BBC1 HD & BBC2 HD, from 7pm Red Nose Day is always a highlight of the TV calendar and Friday’s star-studded night of comedy and music will be no exception. It’s two years since writer Richard Curtis brought the stars of Love Actually back together for a memorable one-off sequel for Comic Relief. Now, he’s done it again – reuniting the cast of his classic romcom Four Weddings and a Funeral for Red Nose Day. A quarter of a century after Four Weddings became a box-office hit around the world, the cast is back in a 12-minute sequel, entitled One Red Nose Day and a Wedding. Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell reprise their roles as incurable romantic Charles and American guest Carrie, while Anna Chancellor is back as Duckface and…

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friday night fun

Sir Lenny Henry heads the Comic Relief hosting team on Friday, aided and abetted by a host of star names including Romesh Ranganathan, Rob Beckett, Zoë Ball, David Tennant and numerous other special guests. Here are some of the treats in store… Bodyguard’s back When we last saw Bodyguard’s David Budd (Richard Madden, below right), the heroic special-protection agent was taking time off to be with wife Vicky and their children after his harrowing dealings with terrorists, shady intelligence officers and ill-fated home secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). Now, he’s back in action on his next assignment – a top-secret mission involving some extra-special guests. The BBC are keeping the details under lock and key, but our spies promise the surprise will be worth the wait. Alan’s giant conga A-ha! Steve Coogan’s foot-in-mouth comedy character…

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deadly assignment

NEW DRAMA Cheat Monday-Thursday, ITV HD, 9pm A simple dispute over a university essay quickly escalates into a bitter – and deadly – feud in this tense psychological thriller from the team that brought us The Missing and Liar. The story follows lecturer Dr Leah Dale, whose decision to fail a student, Rose Vaughan, for cheating causes the youngster to begin a twisted campaign of revenge that threatens to wreck their lives. With former Coronation Street favourite Katherine Kelly leading the cast, the dark drama looks set to captivate viewers as it plays out in four gripping episodes over the week. ‘The script is amazing,’ says Kelly, 39, who plays Leah. ‘I read the whole series in one sitting because I just couldn’t put it down. There are some very big twists that I didn’t see…

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who’s who

Adam Tom Goodman-Hill A fellow academic, Leah’s husband doesn’t know what to make of his wife’s predicament. Michael Peter Firth Leah’s father is a recently retired university lecturer, who thinks she’s doing the right thing. Angela Lorraine Ashbourne Leah’s mother has concerns and doesn’t think her daughter should cause trouble for herself at work. William Adrian Edmondson Rose’s overbearing father has donated a substantial sum of money to the university she’s studying at. Ben Burn Gorman The university porter is manipulated by student Rose to help with her campaign against Leah. Stephan Parker Sawyers Stephan also works at the university, but does Leah have a secret crush on her handsome colleague?…

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