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What to watch this week.

Celebrity Big Brother

Weeknights, ITV1

Leaving luxury behind, the celebrities will take part in nominations and tough tasks with cameras capturing their every move. Who will win the hearts of the nation, go all the way to the finish line and be crowned the winner? Celebrity Big Brother will be followed each night by Celebrity Big Brother: Late & Live - giving viewers additional exclusive content.

Anton & Giovanni's Adventures In Spain

Monday, BBC One

Strictly stars and best friends Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice are livin’ la vida loca as they head to Spain on an epic adventure across Anton’s motherland. Starting in the south, their road trip takes them through the heart of the country before ending in the north, in the very village where Anton’s mother was born and raised, a place Anton hasn't visited in over four decades.


Monday-Thursday, Channel 5

Devoted family man Simon (Jason Watkins) finds himself at a breaking point as his neighbourhood falls victim to the terrorising behaviour of a group of teenagers, led by menacing 17-year-old Jordan (played by rising star Joe Barber) and his questionable companions.

Ricky, Sue And A Road Trip Or Two

Tuesday, More4

Actors Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston are celebrating four decades on screen together in an all-new More4 series visiting landmark places from their lives and the special destinations the pair have always wanted to see together.

Beyond Paradise

Friday, BBC One

As a steam train races through the Devonshire countryside, Humphrey and Esther join the Shipton Abbott Players for a murder mystery rehearsal. Though Humphrey is only playing a detective, things turn from amateur to professional when the actor playing the victim is found dead with a real knife in his back.

Travel Man: 48 Hours In...

Friday, Channel 4

Alan Davies joins Joe for a traverse around Trieste, where they shoot the breeze at the Wind Museum, enjoy food and fizz pairing in Prosecco, and pop over the Slovenian border to the Lipica Stud Farm.


Sunday, ITV1

Set in the fictional small Northern town of Chadder Vale, the cast is led by BAFTA award-winning Wunmi Mosaku (Loki, Damilola, Our Loved Boy, Lovecraft Country) who plays Former Met Police Detective Riya Ajunwa as she investigates a series of strange and inexplicable crimes that have the townsfolk spinning on an axis.


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