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What to watch this month.

Masterchef (New Series)


Nine cooks face an audition test, in which they must cook a family favourite dish, and an invention test. Seven will progress to the next round, and two will be eliminated.

Gordon Ramsay's Future Food Stars (Series Continues)


Gordon invites 12 food and drink entrepreneurs to Glenapp Castle in Scotland, where he challenges them to create banquets celebrating his homeland. Can they meet his exacting standards?

Inside No.9 (New Series)


The stellar line-up includes Amanda Abbington (Sherlock, Mr Selfridge), Anita Dobson (EastEnders), Asim Chaudhry (People Just Do Nothing), Phil Daniels (House of the Dragon, Quadrophenia), Claire Rushbrook (My Mad Fat Diary, Secrets & Lies), Frances Barber (Camille, Uncle Vanya) and Leon Herbert (Salome's Last Dance, Batman).

Britain's Got Talent (New Series)


In its 16th series, the multi-award-winning talent extravaganza is back and bigger than ever before with even more awe-inspiring and show-stopping performers all vying to impress the judges and secure their place in the live-semi-finals taking place later this year.

The 1% Club (New Series)


Hit new ITV game show the 1% Club, hosted by Lee Mack and produced by Magnum Media, is to return for a second series. For the first time, viewers at home will be able to play-a-long using the free mobile app.

Malpractice (New Series)


Dr Lucinda Edwards (Niamh Algar) is a smart, battle-hardened doctor, but we meet her on a nightmare shift that ends in the death of an opioid overdose victim, Edith Owusu. Despite the support of her medical supervisor, Dr Leo Harris, played by James Purefoy (A Discovery of Witches, Pennyworth, Sex Education), Edith’s grieving father Sir Anthony Owusu, played by Brian Bovell (Crime, Strike), demands an enquiry into Lucinda’s actions on the fateful night.

The Hunt For Raoul Moat (New Series)


The drama focuses on the innocent victims of Moat’s crimes - Christopher Brown, Samantha Stobbart and PC David Rathband; the police officers who put themselves in the firing line in their quest to apprehend Moat; and the local journalist who sought to tell Moat’s real story in a landscape of sensationalist reporting and social media provocation.

I'm A Celebrity: South Africa (New Series)


Sees the return of some of the most memorable campmates. They survived the Australian jungle, but South Africa is an even harder proposition which will push them to their limits and test them like never before. The challenges are bigger and tougher and the environment harsher and more unforgiving.

Naked Education (New Series)

Channel 4

Anna Richardson, Yinka Bokinni and Dr Alex George present the newbody-positive educational series that aims to normalise all body types, champion people's differences and break down stereotypes.

Scared Of The Dark (New Series)

Channel 4

Eight celebrities are stepping into the unknown for a brand-new Channel 4 reality competition where their senses are taken on the ultimate journey by entering a completely pitch-black reality space for eight days.

Rise & Fall (Series Continues)

Channel 4

Rise and Fall sees 16 ordinary Brits, from all walks of life and ages, compete to win up to £100,000. Starting as equals, they find themselves either in a position of power as a Ruler or as a powerless Grafter.

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