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TV&Satellite Week 20-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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Killing Eve June BBC1 HD Jodie Comer is back as ruthless assassin Villanelle alongside Sandra Oh’s hapless MI5 agent Eve Polastri as cat-and-mouse thriller Killing Eve returns for its eagerly awaited second series. The action picks up straight after series one’s shock finale, which saw Eve tracking Villanelle down to her Paris apartment and stabbing her – only for Villanelle to disappear without trace. With blood on her hands, Eve makes a hasty return to her home in London, unaware if her dangerous nemesis is alive or dead. Villanelle, meanwhile, stumbles through the streets of Paris holding her stab wound, desperately in need of urgent medical help. ‘The stakes are really high this series, and we try to uncover what’s going on in Villanelle’s mind,’ says Comer. ‘One minute, people will think: “Oh, she does have…

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Keeping Faith S4C/BBC1 HD The second season of this Welsh drama continues the story of lawyer Faith (Eve Myles), trying to pick up the pieces after her husband disappears. The series will debut on S4C in Welsh (as Un Bore Mercher) before an English version lands on the BBC. What/If Netflix Oscar-winner Renée Zellweger stars in this 10-part US series about struggling newlyweds who are offered some much-needed money by a powerful businesswoman – only for the proposal to come with serious strings attached. The Virtues C4 HD Fresh from his stint in Line of Duty, Stephen Graham reunites with This is England creator Shane Meadows for a powerful tale of revenge. He plays alcoholic Joseph, who travels to Ireland to confront his memories of a childhood spent in care. Tales of the City Netflix Based on the books by Armistead…

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enemy territory

‘Jocelyn wants to completely destroy yeardley’NAOMI BATTRICK NEW DRAMA Jamestown Friday, Sky one Hd, 9pm Over two series of Jamestown, the period drama about the first English settlers in Virginia, the three women at the heart of the story have enjoyed mixed fortunes since arriving in the New World. HaughtyJocelyn (Naomi Battrick) married the company recorder, but was widowed and, after becoming a landowner, saw her entire crop destroyed in a fire secretly orchestrated by Governor George Yeardley (Jason Flemyng). Farm girl Alice (Sophie Rundle) was raped by her intended, the brutish Henry Sharrow (Max Beesley), but then found true love with his younger brother Silas (Stuart Martin). Meanwhile, thief Verity (Niamh Walsh), who tried to run away when she discovered that her future husband Meredith (Dean Lennox Kelly) was the town drunk, was accused of witchcraft…

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strange world

NEW COMEDY The League of Gentlemen – Live Again! Easter Sun, BBc2 Hd, 10pm (nI, 11.30pm) There’s a treat for The League of Gentlemen fans this week when BBC2 screens a special live performance from London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Last year, Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss and co-creator Jeremy Dyson took Royston Vasey on the road for a series of acclaimed live shows around the UK. It included many of their best-loved characters, such as German teacher Herr Lipp, veteran rocker failure Les McQueen and job-centre bully Pauline, with the team also dressed in tuxedos to revisit classic sketches. ‘All the old favourites are on stage, but it’s not a greatest hits show,’ explains Gatiss, who says he loved the opportunity to reunite with the team. ‘The dynamic between us hasn’t changed over the years. We just…

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soap diary

STORY OF THE WEEK CORONATION STREET Peter clings to hope in his desperate search for Carla With Peter’s search for Carla having proved fruitless so far, he posts a photo of his vulnerable girlfriend on social media and is soon given hope when he gets a notification from someone claiming to have seen her. The person in question is a man from Carla’s old estate, who promises to help Peter in return for cash. Soon, Peter has arrived at a derelict house and is handing over a wad of notes… but there’s still no sign of Carla. Peter realises he was closer to the truth than he thought when the police reveal that Carla was spotted near the squat. But when he goes back there, she’s still nowhere to be seen. At the end of…

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death becomes her

NEW DOCUMENTARY Miriam’s Dead Good Adventure Easter Sunday, BBC2 HD, 9pm If there’s one guarantee in life, it’s that one day we’re all going to die. Despite that fact, it is a subject people rarely talk about. Actress Miriam Margolyes admits she’s terrified of dying. But, in two-part documentary Miriam’s Dead Good Adventure, she confronts her fears. The 77-year-old – seen recently as Mother Mildred in Call the Midwife – travels across America, Europe and the UK, meeting some people who are facing up to the inevitable and others who are resisting‘the end’. Here, she reveals more about her extraordinary journey… Why is it important for people to talk more openly about death? It makes us embarrassed or nervous and that doesn’t help anyone. That’s why I made this programme. Everyone deals with it differently – but…

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