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What to watch this week.

Steeltown Murders

Monday, BBC One

As the CID reopen an investigation into three murders from 1973, DCI Paul Bethell tries to piece together a past that has haunted both him and a community for almost 30 years.

Without Sin

Monday-Thursday, ITV1

In this four-part drama, Vicky McClure (Line of Duty, This is England, Broadchurch, Trigger Point) plays the role of grieving mother, Stella Tomlinson, whose 14-year-old daughter Maisy, is found dead at their family home with the bloodied, hooded figure of Charles Stone standing over her.

The Big Celebrity Detox

Monday-Thursday, E4

Eight celebrities have checked themselves in to The Big Celebrity Detox, where international spiritual guide Sah D'Simone will take them through eight stages of enlightenment in the peace and tranquillity of rural Yorkshire.

Waterloo Road

Tuesday, BBC One

Dwayne clashes with a new pupil, whose arrival causes fireworks. As Dwayne continues to rebel, Joe and Mike question their future. Meanwhile, Kim’s rocked by a blast from the past.

Rebekah Vardy: Jehovah Witnesses And Me

Tuesday, Channel 4

Rebekah Vardy, the subject of huge press interest and the high profile Wagatha Christie trial, tells her own story for the first time on television. She grew up as a Jehovah's Witness, and says the religion failed to support her through sexual abuse and shunned her as a child.

Matt Willis: Fighting Addiction

Wednesday, BBC One

This raw documentary sees Busted’s Matt Willis open up about his struggles with addiction, the pressure it puts on his family, and looks into what helps him and others stay clean.

Open House: The Great Sex Experiment

Thursday, Channel 4

It's sexperimentation time once again, as more curious committed couples visit an extraordinary retreat to explore opening up their relationships with sexually liberated residents.


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