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What's on TV

What's on TV


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd What’s on TV is a value-packed, easy-to-use weekly magazine, full of TV information, features and listings. The Soapweek section gives you in-depth story updates and the double-page Soap Diary gives you a rundown of upcoming plots, complete with "must-see" moments flagged up. The TV Week and Real Life sections cover the best of the week's programmes, and there are seven days of clearly set out listings. ENGLAND edition

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new Winterwatch TUE WED THU FRI 28-31 January, times vary BBC2 Factual Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Gillian Burke and Iolo Williams return to Cairngorms National Park in Scotland for one final time to celebrate winter. Among the spectacular landscapes, they’ll investigate how the local wildlife, which includes red squirrels, golden eagles, mountain hare and wildcats, are all coping with the ravages of the winter weather, and the effects of climate change in this region. FULL STORY P25 Grantchester FRIDAY 31 January, 9pm ITV Drama When a student runs through the streets of Grantchester naked, shouting about aliens coming, it’s initially explained away by student high jinks. But when he’s later found dead in a field, DI Geordie Keating (Robson Green) and vicar Will Davenport (Tom Brittney) investigate and soon discover the deceased, a quiet young man called…

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welcome to my gong show!

live NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS Tue, 7.30pm ITV Entertainment Q Are you nervous about being the new host of the National Television Awards? A Yes, I am! I wasn’t expecting to be offered this, but I’m really chuffed. It’s a really fun night, so to be asked to host the 25th NTAs is thrilling! I’m friends with the last host, Dermot O’Leary, so I’ve chatted to him. It will be a challenge, but I like one of those! Q What can we expect during this year’s 25th-anniversary show? A There may be surprises along the way, and possibly some dressing up and funny moments. We have very special guests, too, but I can only tell you about Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan – this time, it’s his top that’s going to fall off, and maybe his trousers! Q…

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Best known for… Christopher became a telly favourite in the 1970s for playing cheeky footman Edward Barnes in the classic ITV drama Upstairs, Downstairs. He also played debt collector Herman (who later became Morton) in long-running BBC1 comedy Last of the Summer Wine. Other achievements… He was a child actor in The Grove Family (1954-1957) and went on to star as hapless undertaker Billy Henshaw in sitcom In Loving Memory (1979-1986) with Dame Thora Hird. Family life… Christopher died peacefully in his armchair on 3 January, aged 78. He had three children, Johanne, Richard and James.…

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a difficult choice

SILENT WITNESS Mon, Tue, 9pm BBC1 Drama After last week’s flashbacks to a young Nikki (Emilia Fox) with her mum, this week the focus shifts to lab assistant Clarissa (Liz Carr) and her mother. ‘Clarissa’s mum has dementia,’ reveals Liz, whose character faces a difficult decision regarding her care. ‘Anyone who has a parent will connect with this story.’ Clarissa’s family situation also chimes with the work the forensics experts are doing this week. They are called in after joyriders uncover a skull in a car park, and the investigation leads into a case involving cryogenics – the freezing of corpses in the hope that, in the future, they can be revived. ‘This enters an area we haven’t explored,’ explains Emilia. ‘What would we do to keep our loved ones alive? It’s very moving.’…

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the net closes!

WHITE HOUSE FARM Wednesday, 9pm ITV Drama DS Stan Jones is convinced Jeremy Bamber murdered his family before blaming his sister Sheila, but he’s running out of time to prove it. This week, when his commanding officer ignores all the new evidence, he believes the cold-hearted killer will escape justice… After attending Nevill and June’s funeral, Stan (Mark Addy) notices Jeremy’s girlfriend Julie behaving very strangely and wonders if she could be the key to cracking the case. ‘Julie was swept off her feet when she first met Jeremy,’ says Alexa Davies, who plays her. ‘But it has become a manipulative relationship.’ Stan is sure she knows more than she’s letting on, but can he convince her to betray the man she loves? ‘If Julie goes to the police, she’ll lose everything,’ says Alexa. ‘She doesn’t know…

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coming soon…

★ Best known as Lee Carter in EastEnders, Danny Hatchard will be joining the latest series of BBC1’s soldier drama Our Girl. Danny will play Private Rhett ‘Cheese’ Charlton, who’s full of swagger and banter but has a dark and dangerous side to him, too. ★ A-listers including Kristen Bell (pictured) and Ted Danson will join National Geographic’s Brain Games reboot. The actors will take part in challenges that reveal how the brain works, while viewers can play along at home. ★ Enter the world of naked art and sculpture in BBC2’s two-parter The Nude Uncovered by Mary Beard. Michelangelo’s marble sculpture David and the famous statue of Venus de’ Medici are among the pieces Mary explores. ★ Agatha Christie’s novel The Pale Horse is being turned into a two-part BBC1 drama starring…