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What to watch this week.

For Her Sins

Monday-Thursday, Channel 5

Jo Joyner (Stay Close, Ackley Bridge, Shakespeare & Hathaway) and Rachel Shenton (All Creatures Great and Small, White Gold) lead the cast in this four-part psychological thriller about a woman who, on the surface, has it all. But with the pressures of modern life and a new friend secretly determined to create chaos, her world is set spiralling.

Love Island

Nightly, ITV2

Produced by Lifted Entertainment, ‘part of ITV Studios’ and Motion Content Group, Love Island will see Maya Jama make her return as host presiding over all of the Villa action, whilst famed comedian and narrator Iain Stirling returns to voiceover each and every episode of the much-loved format.

A Wright Family Holiday

Thursday, BBC One

Mark Wright, brother Josh and dad Big Mark go to Snowdonia. They tackle a white-knuckle mountain bike ride, sleep in an abandoned slate mine and reflect on a tough few years.

Man Like Mobeen

Thursday, BBC Three

Mobeen and Nate are just weeks from the end of their sentence, but Mobeen’s work as one of the prison’s 'Listeners' gets him into trouble with an inmate from another wing.

Significant Other

Thursday, ITVX

Sam’s (Youssef Kerkour) waiting to die, after swallowing a cabinet full of pills, when he’s interrupted by his neighbour, Anna (Katherine Parkinson) - she’s having a heart attack and needs to wait with him until help arrives.

Five Star Kitchen: Britain's Next Great Chef

Thursday, Channel 4

In this new, high-stakes competition, 13 up-and-coming chefs battle it out to prove that they have the culinary skills and business brain to win a once-in-a-lifetime prize - the Palm Court restaurant in London's exclusive Langham hotel.

Soccer Aid For UNICEF

Sunday, ITV1

More than 74,000 fans will roar Soccer Aid for UNICEF back to Manchester United’s Old Trafford on Sunday 11th June. Lionesses’ Euro 2022 winner, and Queen of The Jungle, Jill Scott will captain England – the first time a female player has skippered England in the world’s biggest charity football game.


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