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What to watch this week.

TikTok: Murder Gone Viral

Tuesday, ITV1

In the early hours of February 11, 2022 two 21-year-old men, Saqib Hussain and Hashim Ijazuddin, were found dead in a burning car on the A46 in Leicestershire. Shortly afterwards police arrested two unlikely culprits - 22-year-old TikTok influencer Mahek Bukhari and her 45-year-old mother Ansreen.  


Wednesday, BBC One

Filmed in 2023 in the north west, one of the areas hardest hit by the cost-of-living crisis, the ambulance service increasingly acts as a vital safety net for those struggling to cope. It does this while also working hard to deliver emergency care to over seven million people living in the region, amid some of the darkest times in the NHS’s 75-year history.

Domino Day

Wednesday, BBC Three

Domino Day is a 24-year-old Londoner out on a date with finance bro Jason in a swanky Manchester bar. She works as a barista in a local coffee bar and also happens to be a witch. The type of witch who needs to feed...

The Apprentice

Thursday, BBC One

Under the watchful eye of Baroness Karren Brady and Tim Campbell, the teams are tasked with hosting a corporate away day. There’s chaos in the kitchen and tours that don't run to schedule. Back in the boardroom, for one candidate, it’s the end of the road.

Here We Go

Friday, BBC One

When Paul’s old boat turns up in Sue’s garage, he decides to take the family out on the water. Who knows, it might cheer Amy up a bit. Meanwhile, Rachel is keen to convince her new classmates that, despite being literally twice their age, she’s one of them. She’s planning to do this via the traditional art of the student drinking game.

Rugby Six Nations

Friday, ITV1

Jill Douglas presents live coverage from the opening game of the Guinness Six Nations as France take on last year’s Grand Slam winners Ireland at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille. Last year Ireland beat France 32-19 in a thriller at the Aviva Stadium.

Death In Paradise

Sunday, BBC One

The team start to uncover a multitude of secrets and lies at the Yacht Club – could one of Selwyn’s dear friends be responsible for his shooting? Or what about a blast from the past, reformed yacht thief Marlon Collins, who ironically now manages the Yacht club! When Neville finally puts the pieces of the puzzle together, it transpires that nothing has been as it appears in this case…


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