What to watch this week.
The Windsors Coronation Special
Available on All4 from Sunday 30th April
There's the small matter of one of them being crowned King... Charles' (Harry Enfield) whole life has building up to this moment, and he's desperate for the UK's first coronation in 70 years to be a spectacular affair with all the pomp and circumstance he thinks he deserves.
Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star
Tuesday, BBC Three
Glow Up is back with a brand-new host in Leomie Anderson. Ten make-up artists compete to impress on set at Bridgerton and produce revealing make-up transformations at Glow Up Studios.
A reimagining of The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling based on Henry Fielding’s classic novel. A picaresque story of the title character’s complicated journey to find real love, Tom Jones has delighted and scandalized readers since it was originally published in 1749.
Friday, BBC One
Dom and Kay, two ordinary PCSOs, are recruited by Detective Inspector Clinton Blair to go undercover and infiltrate the infamous Brightmarsh Gang.
The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan
Friday, Channel 4
Comedy superstar Mo will be joined in the studio by a dazzling array of famous faces, as well as his trusty house band The Compozers. Across the series, there'll be more iconic Nursery Grimes, unmissable musical performances and one-of-a-kind games where lucky audience members could get their hands on some incredible prizes.
The King's Coronation
Saturday, BBC One
Kirsty Young will be in a studio at Buckingham Palace and JJ Chalmers will speak to members of the military as they prepare for one of the largest parades in living history. Huw Edwards will provide commentary as the doors of Westminster Abbey open and Sophie Raworth will be outside speaking to guests as they arrive, Clare Balding will provide commentary for the ceremonial route, and Anita Rani will join the gathered crowds.
The Coronation Concert
Sunday, BBC One
Alongside the stars of the concert, the show will also see an exclusive appearance from The Coronation Choir. The 300 strong choir will include singing groups ranging from London Cabbies, an all-deaf sign performance group, a Northern Irish farming community and an LGBTQ+ choir; to a Gaelic choir hailing from the Western Isles of Scotland, Hull’s NHS choir, a traditional male voice choir from Caerphilly and a refugee choir, also from Wales.