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PICKS OF THE MONTH: 01-07 JULY 2024

What to watch this month.



Euro 2024

Broadcasting favourites Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Mark Chapman and Alex Scott lead coverage across TV and BBC iPlayer, broadcasting from the studio in the heart of Berlin with live match commentary from all ten host cities across Germany including Hamburg, Berlin, Gelsenkirchen, Dortmund, Leipzig, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich. 



Wimbledon

Presenting live from the iconic All England Lawn Tennis Club, BBC Sport’s TV coverage is led by Clare Balding and Isa Guha. Isa Guha welcomes viewers each day at 11am on BBC Two (Monday 1 July – 9 July) before Clare takes over mid-afternoon with play scheduled later into the evening on BBC One.


The Jetty

When a fire tears through a property in a scenic Lancashire lake town, Detective Ember Manning (Jenna Coleman) must work out how it connects to a podcast journalist investigating a missing persons cold case and an illicit relationship between a man in his twenties and two underage girls. But as Ember gets close to the truth, it threatens to destroy her life – forcing her to re-evaluate everything she thought she knew about her past, present and the town she’s always called home.



A Good Girl's Guide To Murder

It’s the Summer holidays, but teenager Pip Fitz-Amobi is focused on an unusual school research project. In Little Kilton five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell went missing. Her boyfriend Sal Singh sent a text confessing to the murder before being found dead, seemingly taking his own life. Andie’s body was never found. Case closed. However, Pip isn’t so sure and is determined to prove Sal’s innocence.


Piglets

The government’s stated policy of recruiting 20,000 new police officers in double quick time has not come at the cost of lowering standards. Or has it? ‘Piglets’ follows a newly recruited group of six very different would-be cops and the handful of key staff whose thankless task it is to knock them into some kind of shape.


Changing Ends

Reprising their roles as the Carr family for a new run of episodes are Oliver Savell (young Alan), Shaun Dooley (Graham Carr), Nancy Sullivan (Christine Carr) and Taylor Fay (Gary Carr). Also returning are the Carr’s neighbours, the Hudsons, played by Gabby Best (Angela Hudson), Harry Peacock (Nigel Hudson) and Rourke Mooney (Charlie Hudson).



Long Lost Family

The multi award-winning Long Lost Family returns with a fourteenth series. Presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell with help from a team of trained intermediaries, DNA experts and investigators, it tells extraordinary stories of people yearning to find missing family. The series investigates mysteries that have troubled entire lives, uncovering answers that no one else could find.


The Night Caller

Tony (Robert Glenister), in his 50s, drives a black cab, doing the night shift in the city. He used to be a popular and respected teacher but after losing his job, his confidence plummeted, his marriage collapsed, and he’s become increasingly isolated. Now his only lifelines are cafe-worker Rosa (Suzanne Packer), whom he forms a growing attachment to, and a radio DJ called Lawrence (Sean Pertwee) whom he spends his nights listening to.


Mr Bigstuff

Comedy starring Danny Dyer (Eastenders, The Business) and Ryan Sampson (Brassic, Plebs). Glen (Sampson), a nervy perfectionist and carpet salesman striving to live the suburban ideal and Lee (Dyer), an alpha male with a prescription drug addiction and a biscuit tin full of their dad’s ashes.



Battle In The Box

Jimmy Carr hosts this competitive comedy and reality hybrid where celebrities battle it out for pride, prizes and floorspace, whilst living inside a small box for a full day and night. The eight-episode series will comprise of four tense double bills which will see eight pairs spend 24 hours in the box.


Election 2024: The Results

Laura Kuenssberg and Clive Myrie, along with BBC political editor Chris Mason, will head an array of BBC expert talent to host the general election night TV coverage on BBC network news. They will be joined in the BBC’s London studio by Reeta Chakrabarti, who will be analysing the results as they come in.



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