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ITV have announced the programming highlights for ITV1 this September.

The Rugby World Cup

Are you ready for the biggest sporting event of 2023? It's all to play for across the home nations as the tournament comes back to the Northern Hemisphere.

It's been 20 years since a home nation has won the World Cup; we all remember Johnny Wilkinson's iconic drop goal, it's a moment that will be forever etched in our memories.

The Long Shadow

Meticulously researched and drawing upon the most extensive archive of the investigation, comprising of hundreds of case files, interview transcripts and police reports, The Long Shadow will be the first definitive account of a case that shook Britain.

Based upon Michael Bilton’s highly praised book, Wicked Beyond Belief: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper, George Kay’s scripts will focus on the lives of the Sutcliffe’s victims, the loved ones they left behind, and the everlasting toll the investigation took on the detectives who led the investigation.


With an idyllic family lifestyle in the suburbs of Edinburgh, Lexie is unaware her husband, Jared, has been laundering Cal Morris’ illegal earnings on a vast scale. Jared’s every move is being monitored by financial investigators DC Jibran Khan (Prasanna Puwanarajah) and DCI Adam Guthrie (Derek Riddell), who are determined to use the Noble family to bring Cal Morris to justice.

The National Television Awards

This year’s ceremony on 5th September 2023 at The O2 London will celebrate a remarkable year in TV, giving viewers the power to vote for their favourite stars and shows ahead of that all-important prize-giving ceremony, hosted for the third time by the irrepressible Joel Dommett.

Britain by the Book

Much-loved actress, comedian and writer Mel Giedroyc heads to Dorset on a travel adventure with a twist. Inspired by her passion for books, Mel hooks up with her friend and Dorset local, Martin Clunes, to explore the spectacular scenery and iconic locations made famous by some of Britain's favourite books and films.

Bali 2002

On October 12, 2002, the island paradise of Bali was shattered by a terrorist attack on two of Kuta Beach’s busiest nightclubs. Both the local Balinese, and international tourists scrambled to escape, to rescue the injured and to comfort the dying.

Australian and Indonesian authorities not only mobilised to evacuate survivors and identify victims, but to hunt down those responsible. Amidst this chaos, heroes arose to defy the odds from the most unlikely places and cultures united in the search for healing, justice and- meaning.


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