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What to watch this month.

MasterChef, BBC One

The first six hopefuls arrive with their sights set on one goal: to win one of the four exclusive MasterChef aprons that secure their place in the competition. Those that make it will head straight back into battle, as only the best reach the quarter-final.

Race Across The World, BBC One

In a frenetic race across the world, travellers can choose any route they like - but no flights or phones are allowed. On the trip of a lifetime, which pair will finish first?

In With A Shout, ITV1

This fast paced game show will see two families battle against each other in a thrilling game with a uniquely challenging twist.   With an impressive prize of a whopping £20,000, the contestants will have to answer questions hidden within a montage of moving images. To win the cash, the contestants will have to shout the answers displayed on TV screens.

Britain's Got Talent, ITV1

Incomparable duo, Ant and Dec, return as hosts, standing in the wings ready to cheer on and console the acts brave enough to brace the stage and perform in front of the judges and an audience packed auditorium all eager to be impressed.

Red Eye, ITV1

Red Eye is the collision of three worlds – DC Hana Li (Jing Lusi), Journalist Jess Li (Jemma Moore) and MI5’s Madeline Delaney (Lesley Sharp). All three women are thrown into the same life threatening conspiracy when a British doctor (Richard Armitage) is arrested for murder upon flying home from Beijing.

Drama Queens, ITVBe

The 8x60' series, which is produced by Lime Pictures and will air on ITVBe, will give viewers a "glimpse of the real life drama that goes on when the cameras stop rolling." The actors taking part have not been announced.

Aldi's Next Big Thing, Channel 4

The show is a 6 x 60 minute series, which follows the best local British food and drink suppliers competing to win a life changing deal to see their product on sale in Aldi’s stores nationwide.

Late Night Lycett, Channel 4

Broadcast live, with fun and inclusivity at heart, Late Night Lycett celebrates the city and its diversity, making stars of the locals.

The Cuckoo, Channel 5

Stripped over four nights, this intense domestic drama stars Jill Halfpenny, Lee Ingleby and Claire Goose in the story of how a family's plans for a restorative relocation to the countryside collapse into extreme jeopardy… Jessica (Goose), Nick (Ingleby), and their daughter, Alice (Freya Hannan-Mills), relocate to the countryside, hoping to leave financial struggles and family conflicts behind.

The Regime, Sky Atlantic

The darkly comedic six-episode series tells the story of life within the walls of a modern authoritarian regime as it begins to unravel. After not leaving the palace for quite some time, Chancellor Elena Vernham (Kate Winslet) has grown increasingly paranoid and unstable when she turns to a volatile soldier, Herbert Zubak (Matthias Schoenaerts), as an unlikely confidant.

Meet The Richardsons, Dave

Meet the Richardsons delves into the funny and frustrated lives of married comedians Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont who, playing exaggerated versions of themselves, give viewers a glimpse into their home and work lives, surrounded by their celebrity friends and their neighbours.

Scoop, Netflix

Inspired by real events, this fictional dramatization gives an insider account of how the women of Newsnight secured Prince Andrew's infamous interview.


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