What to watch this week.
Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
Based on her 1934 novel, Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, which originally landed as a BritBox drama in 2022, opens with a fine Agatha Christie enigma: a man lies dying at the foot of a cliff, apparently the victim of an accidental fall; with his final breath, he utters the mysterious question of the title and promptly expires.
Monday, BBC One
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.
Miss Scarlet And The Duke
Miss Scarlet and the Duke follows Kate Phillips (Peaky Blinders, The Crown) as the fearless female detective Eliza Scarlet, and Stuart Martin (Army of Thieves, Jamestown) as her childhood friend and will-they-won’t-they love interest, Inspector William ‘The Duke’ Wellington.
Stacey Dooley: Ready For War?
Wednesday, BBC Three
Stacey follows three Ukrainian civilians training with British soldiers to fight Russia. In just 5 weeks, a florist, a welder and a jeweller learn to 'survive and be lethal'.
Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
This week Paul falls head over heels with a gorgeous Newfoundland who needs major life changing surgery on her back legs. He meets a lab cross who’s totally obsessed with water and keeps flooding her kennel, and helps a terrified bichon frise, who was found wandering around a forest, become less scared of the world.
Britain's Got Talent
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
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.