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PICKS OF THE WEEK: 24-30 JUNE 2024

What to watch this week.



The Prime Ministerial Debate

Wednesday, BBC One

Mishal Husain chairs the BBC's head-to-head debate between Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer, live from Nottingham.



Douglas Is Cancelled

Thursday, ITV1

Douglas Is Cancelled is a four-part comedy drama about cancel culture, set in the world of television news, starring Hugh Bonneville, Karen Gillan, Ben Miles, Alex Kingston, Nick Mohammed and Simon Russell Beale and written by Primetime Emmy and BAFTA Winning screenwriter Steven Moffat. 


The Bear

Thursday, Disney+

Season three of FX’s “The Bear” follows Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), Sydney Adamu (Ayo Edebiri) and Richard “Richie” Jerimovich (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) as they do what it takes to elevate The Bear, their beef stand turned fine dining establishment, to the highest level, all while doing their best just to stay in business.



Supacell

Thursday, Netflix

About a group of five ordinary people who unexpectedly develop superpowers. They have little in common except for one thing: they are all Black South Londoners. It is down to one man, Michael Lasaki, to bring them all together in order to save the woman he loves


Suranne Jones: Investigating Witch Trials

Sunday, Channel 4

Suranne Jones investigates the most infamous witch trials in history and explores their legacy today, beginning in the Lancashire town of Pendle, where she grew up, which was the site of one of the most notorious mass executions for witchcraft in English history.



Euro 2024

Tuesday, ITV1

Mark Pougatch is joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ange Postecoglou and Ian Wright for live coverage of England's final Group C game of UEFA Euro 2024, as Gareth Southgate's side take on Slovenia. Further analysis and insight is from Laura Woods and Karen Carney inside the Cologne Stadium, with commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon, and interviews from reporter Gabriel Clarke. 


Glastonbury

BBC iPlayer

Broadcasting from Glastonbury to you this year across the BBC’s platforms are: Annie Macmanus, Arielle Free, Cerys Matthews, Clara Amfo, Craig Charles, Danny Howard, Deb Grant, Dermot O’Leary, DJ Target, Emily Pilbeam, Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders, Jamie Laing, Jamz Supernova, Jo Whiley, Katie Thistleton, Lauren Laverne, Matt Everitt, Nathan Shepherd, Nick Grimshaw, Sarah Story, SHERELLE, Tom Ravenscroft, Vick Hope, Zoe Ball and more.



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