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TV&Satellite Week

14-Dec-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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deep space danger

‘We wanted to know if it was possible to do a Doctor Who action movie’ CHRIS CHIBNALL NEW SCI-FI Doctor Who Starts in the new year, BBC1 HD Jodie Whittaker wowed fans of all ages while making TV history as the first female Doctor last year, but Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall thinks her second series in the TARDIS will be even better. The much-loved, long-running science-fiction show returns at the start of January, and will see the Doctor rejoining her companions Graham (Bradley Walsh), Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Yaz (Mandip Gill) for a new 10-part series. Chibnall, who recruited Whittaker after working with the 37-year-old actor on ITV drama Broadchurch, says it will be a spectacular ride, with exciting new characters, familiar villains and a journey into the Doctor’s past… Here, Chibnall tells us what we…

3 minutos
cruel intentions

‘There’s often a fine line between banter and bullying’KEN NWOSU NEW DRAMA Sticks and Stones Monday-Wednesday, ITV HD, 9pm In the award-winning drama series Doctor Foster, writer Mike Bartlett captured the devastating fallout from an affair. Now he is cranking up tension in the workplace as he explores the impact of office bullying in another powerful ITV drama, Sticks and Stones. The new three-parter centres on high-achieving Thomas Benson (Ken Nwosu), who works in a Reading business park for a company supplying services for offices. But when Thomas messes up a crucial pitch to an important client, his life spirals out of control. ‘Thomas is ambitious and has worked hard to achieve his dreams,’ explains Nwosu, 28, whose credits include Killing Eve. ‘He has prepared for this presentation and is confident – but what occurs has…

2 minutos
horror hospital

NEW DRAMA The Cure Thursday, C4 HD, 9pm The inspiring true story of how an ordinary woman from Staffordshire exposed one of the worst hospital care scandals in the history of the NHS is brought to life in this hard-hitting, one-off drama. Told from the perspective of dog-grooming parlour owner Julie Bailey (Sherlock star Sian Brooke), the drama opens in 2007, when Julie’s 86-year-old mother, Bella (Sue Johnston), is admitted to Stafford Hospital with an enlarged hernia. During her mum’s stay, Julie is shocked by the lack of basic care, as patients are left in soiled sheets, without medication, food or water on wards run by often-rude staff. APPALLING CONDITIONS Tragedy strikes when a healthcare assistant drops Bella, who develops heart problems and dies in the hospital, eight weeks after she was admitted with a treatable condition. Outraged,…

3 minutos
deadly neighbours

‘This is my world. I know all about the politics of campsites’JOHNNY VEGAS NEW COMEDY Dial M for Middlesbrough Saturday, Gold HD, 9.15pm After unmasking serial killers on a murderous trip to Blackpool and a homicidal cruise on the Tyne, coach driver Terry (Johnny Vegas) and tour guide Gemma (Sian Gibson) are on the trail of another assassin in Gold’s hilarious whodunnit sequel Dial M for Middlesbrough. The comedy sees now engaged Terry and Gemma on their way to pick up regular clients Mildred (Sheila Reid) and Hilda (Georgie Glen) to take them to a funeral in Middlesbrough. But when the coach breaks down, they stop at the dilapidated Shady Creek caravan park, where, sure enough, another deranged killer is on the loose. As Gemma and Terry investigate, they come across a host of suspicious…

2 minutos
soap diary

EASTENDERS Will Phil murder Jack? Now that Phil knows he isn’t the favva of Sharon’s baby, he’s determined to make the daddy pay for having it away with his missus. But the hardman wrongly believes Jack is the guilty culprit – when, in fact, it’s young Keanu. Phil has had his suspicions about Jack for a while, and the discovery of ‘evidence’ at Jack’s house has left him sure that Jack and Shazbang are having an affair. Ben’s unconvinced and tries to talk some sense into him, but Phil won’t listen, leading Ben to panic when he later discovers that Jack is with Lola. Fearing his babymother could be caught in the crossfire, he leads her away from the handsome copper. Ben continues to worry as Phil’s anger rises, and he tells his dad…

2 minutos
digging for clues

NEW DRAMA Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar Sunday, Channel 5 HD, 9pm Last Christmas, Channel 5’s Agatha and the Truth of Murder weaved an Agatha Christie-style mystery into the true story of the author’s 11-day disappearance in 1926. This year’s follow-up, Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar, is a similar blend of fact and fiction, involving archaeology, murder and romance. The one-off centres on a whodunnit during the time Christie (Garrow’s Law actress Lyndsey Marshal) met her future husband, archaeologist Max Mallowan (World on Fire’s Jonah Hauer-King). Looking for a distraction from her recent divorce, Agatha travels to the deserts of Iraq where she takes an archaeological tour. Arriving at a dig, she meets the dashing young Max, who is in a state of shock after discovering the corpse of his benefactor and escaping…