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What to watch this week.

George Michael: Outed

Monday-Tuesday, Channel 4

In 1998, in Los Angeles, George Michael was arrested for committing a lewd act in a public toilet. It could have been career ending, but it became a defining moment of gay liberation. George Michael: Outed tells the thrilling inside story of how George turned disaster into a PR coup in a landmark moment for queer politics.

Interior Design Masters

Tuesday, BBC One

Ten budding interior designers compete in a London-based makeover challenge.

DNA Journey

Tuesday, ITV1

Hugh Bonneville and John Bishop, make for an unlikely friendship. However, a chance meeting in a Covid vaccine centre has made them new bezzie mates. Now, they’re about to cement that friendship on a road trip to discover their family history… but what they both don’t know is that they have a deeper connection to each other through their ancestors.

The Bay

Wednesday, ITV1

DS Jenn Townsend, Morecambe Police’s Family Liaison Officer, is working late when an emergency is called in. She races to the scene to find horror unfolding for a broken family, the Metcalfs. As they face overwhelming loss, Jenn must gain their trust to help Manning and the MIU uncover the truth of what has happened.


Thursday, Channel 4

Clare Balding will return this year with presenters Sophie Morgan, who made her Crufts debut in 2022, and Radzi Chinyanganya. Also returning is veterinary professional Dr Paul Manktelow, and famed dog trainer Ashleigh Butler who will also be competing in the show.

Gogglebox: Anniversary Special

Saturday, Channel 4

Celebrity 10 years of the hit Channel 4 series.

Wild Isles

Sunday, BBC One

Presented by Sir David Attenborough and filmed over three years, the series uses the very latest technology to capture dramatic new behaviour, from battling butterflies to hunting sea eagles and killer whales - revealing a previously unseen wild side of the British Isles.

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