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PICKS OF THE WEEK: 08-14 JULY 2024

What to watch this week.



Euro 2024

Continues on BBC One and ITV1

Broadcasting favourites Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Mark Chapman and Alex Scott lead coverage across the BBC's Euros presentations. Broadcasting will come 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 2024

Continues on BBC One and BBC Two

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 Night Caller

Sunday-Wednesday, Channel 5

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.



Long Lost Family

Monday, ITV1

Presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell with help from a team of trained intermediaries, DNA experts and investigators, the series tells extraordinary stories of people yearning to find missing family and investigates mysteries that have troubled entire lives while uncovering answers that no-one else could find.


Spent

Monday, BBC Two

Bankrupt in the US, Mia flees to London, hoping to keep up her high-end appearances. But back home, life has moved on. Mum Chrissy is caring for a teenage girl from her estate, and best friend Jo is getting married.



We Hunt Together

Monday, BBC One

When a mystery killer strikes with links to Freddy Lane, DI Jackson Mendy and DS Lola Franks are keen to nail their nemesis once and for all. But the murderous game has just begun.


Changing Ends

Saturday, ITV1

Changing Ends is based on Alan’s own life in Northampton in the 1980s growing up as the son of a fourth division football manager. The second series picks up shortly after the first as young Alan contends with impending puberty and feeling sidelined by his family - with Graham Carr distracted by Northampton Town FC who are battling for promotion, can he be there for his son when he most needs him?



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