PICKS OF THE WEEK: 05-09 OCTOBER 2020

What to watch this week.

Me My Brother And Our Balls (New)

Monday 05 October, 9pm, BBC One

Documentary in which Love Island star Chris Hughes and his brother Ben explore male fertility, looking at why the subject is not taken seriously enough. They meet one of the UK's leading experts for a step-by-step guide to sperm, hear how infertility affects masculinity from a GB Olympic rower, and consider how their fertility struggles could impact on their family, and their girlfriends, in the long term.


Adult Material (New Series)

Monday 05 October, 10pm, Channel 4

Jolene Dollar - real name Hayley Burrows - is a poster girl for the porn industry and the proud breadwinner in her family. Her world is shaken, however, when she learns a dark figure from her past is coming to the UK to collaborate with her oldest colleague and close friend. Drama about the porn industry, starring Hayley Squires, Rupert Everett and Julian Ovenden.


Hey Tracey! (New Series)

Monday 05 October, 10pm, ITV2

Joel Dommett returns with the cold-calling comedy quiz in which his virtual PA connects celebrities to real people around the UK in the search for answers. Megan McKenna, Roman Kemp, Mark-Francis Vandelli, Melvin Odoom, Verona Rose and Christine McGuinness try to win some normal people £2,500 and a pet-food dispenser.


Alison Hammond: Back To School (New)

Tuesday 06 October, 9pm, ITV

Alison Hammond travels across the country and back in time on an historical journey to discover some of the black figures who have been hidden from Britain's history, throwing light on their extraordinary stories and achievements.


Married At First Sight (New Series)

Tuesday 06 October, 9:30pm, Channel 4

The four applicants meet their match, chosen by a panel of experts. However, primary school teacher Michelle finds that her mother does not approve of her plans to marry IT sales manager Owen immediately. Elsewhere, divorced parents Shareen and David hope to find love second time around and create a blended family for the five children they have between them.


Sorry, I Didn't Know (New Series)

Tuesday 06 October, 10:45pm, ITV

Panel show with a twist, hosted by Jimmy Akingbola, with team captains Chizzy Akudolu and Judi Love and guests unveiling interesting Black history facts along the way. The first episode features Tom Allen, Colin Salmon, Angie Le Mar and Paul Chowdhry.

© TVZone 2020

Any copyright infringement is unintentional