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TV&Satellite Week 13-Apr-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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end game

The survivors: Sansa, Bran and Arya Stark‘The read-through was very emotional. We were all on our feet crying and clapping’SOPHIE TURNERNEW FANTASY DRAMAGame of ThronesMon, Sky Atlantic HD, 9pmThe biggest TV show on the planet returns for its eighth and final series this week as the rival houses of Westeros battle for the Iron Throne and face off against the Army of the Dead in a monumental conclusion to epic fantasy drama Game of Thrones.As usual, the new episodes will be shown on Sky Atlantic in the early hours of Monday – the same time as the US broadcast – and again on Monday evening. This year, there are just six episodes, but the last four instalments reportedly run to 80 minutes each.The series has long outstripped its source material…

stark wars

With so much of this season’s action centring on Winterfell, the castle set had to be vastly expanded for the final episodes. It took a team of 80 construction workers three months to enlarge the seat of House Stark into a fortress covering more than an acre of land in a rural location not far from Belfast. Winter has come by this final season, so more than four tonnes of artificial snow were piled up against the walls. Beyond that, an entire field was sprayed white.‘It’s a Winter wonderland… of an ominous coming hell,’ says co-producer Oliver Butler, referring to the fact that Winterfell will be the scene for Thrones’ biggest battle sequence yet, when the combined forces of the living attempt to defeat the White Walkers.To prepare Winterfell for…

return to westeros

It’s been almost two years since Game of Thrones last graced our screens, with the Starks, Targaryens, Lannisters and other key characters seen at various locations around the Seven Kingdoms. After their meeting at the Dragonpit, the warring factions went their separate ways as they prepared to do battle against enemies dead and alive. Here’s our refresher guide to their current whereabouts as we get ready for season eight’s final reckoning…1 KING’S LANDINGAt the Dragonpit summit, a pregnant Cersei lied to Jon Snow and Daenerys, telling them she would send troops to help in the fight against the White Walkers. Meanwhile, Ellaria Sand was shackled in the dungeon of the Red Keep.2 RIDING NORTHJaime Lannister defied Cersei’s wishes and was planning to carry out his pledge to help fight the…

life after thrones

Author George RR MartinThe new series of Game of Thrones will sadly be the last time we get to see Tyrion, Cersei and company, but TV fans won’t have to wait too long before visiting Westeros once again. HBO is about to start production on a Thrones spin-off that will explore a different but equally absorbing period in George RR Martin’s magical and war-torn world.As yet untitled, the series could land on our screens as early as next year. The latest big name to be announced is Doctor Who star John Simm (right), joining a cast that includes Miranda Richardson, Oscar nominee Naomi Watts and Poldark’s Josh Whitehouse.The script has been penned by Jane Goldman (writer of Kick-Ass and the two Kingsman films, and the wife of Jonathan Ross). The action takes…

angel of death?

‘Physically, Jamie is very restricted. He’s a man in a frightening situation’ALFRED ENOCHNEW DRAMATrust MeTuesday, BBC1 HD, 9pmThe medical thriller Trust Me is back this week for more strange goings-on in a Scottish hospital. But this time, there’s an all-new cast and a completely different storyline.The original series followed the misadventures of fake medic Cath, played by Jodie Whittaker before she became a very different kind of Doctor as the new Time Lord. The new run centres on injured soldier Jamie – played by Alfred Enoch – who becomes suspicious when he realises patients have started dying on his hospital ward.Is there an angel of death stalking the hospital? Or could Jamie, who’s paralysed from the waist down, be having a paranoid delusion caused by post-traumatic stress disorder?COPING MECHANISMThe story opens…

who’s who?

Jamie McCainAlfred EnochThe soldier was injured in the line of duty in Afghanistan and is paralysed from the waist down.Dr Archie WatsonJohn HannahThe old-school senior doctor is finding it difficult to adapt to modern management methods.Dr Zoe WadeKatie Clarkson-HillThe junior doctor enjoys a good rapport with the patients but also has a troubled past.Debbie DorrellAshley JensenThe no-nonsense physiotherapist is not as utterly professional as she first appears.Dr Alex KiernanRichard RankinNeurologist Alex is engaged to colleague Zoe, but unaware of a personal problem she is hiding.Danny AdamsElliot CooperAutistic patient Danny is sure that there’s foul play behind the unusually high death rate on the ward.…