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What to watch this week.

Celebs Go Dating


Viewers can expect a rollercoaster ride of dating highs and lows, bombshell moments, and plenty of laughs. Celebs are Chloe Burrows, Adam Collard, Spuddz, Vanessa Feltz, Lottie Moss and Mark-Francis Vandelli.

The Finish Line

Monday-Friday, BBC One

Hosted by Roman and assisted by Sarah Greene, five contestants battle across a series of qualifiers and head-to-head races for the chance to win a cash prize.

Tommy Kessop Goes To Hollywood

Monday, BBC One

Enlisting the help of his brother, filmmaker Will Jessop, Tommy sets off to make his own superhero movie. He names his superhero Roger, in honour of his teddy bear, and bases Roger’s superpowers on his own experiences of being someone with Down syndrome. Tommy sometimes feels as if the world does not understand or value people like him – he, and his super-powered alter ego, are determined to change that.

The Confessions Of Frannie Langton

Monday-Thursday, ITV1

Narrates Frannie’s journey from a Jamaican plantation to the grand Mayfair mansion of celebrated scientist George Benham and his exquisitely beautiful wife, Madame Marguerite Benham.

Never Mind The Buzzcocks

Wednesday, Sky Max

Returning to the show, Noel Fielding will be a team captain opposite Daisy May Cooper, with Jamali Maddix featuring as a regular guest. Each week they will be joined by a roster of top music and comedy stars to compete against each other. Viewers can expect the unpredictability of the original series, with some of the best known and loved rounds remaining, alongside some new surprises thrown in along the way.


Thursday, BBC One

Filmed during a historical period of uncertainty for our NHS, this episode introduces the staff of North West Ambulance Service across Lancashire, from the picket line to the front line.

The Woman In The Wall

Sunday, BBC One

Lorna Brady is a woman from the small, fictional Irish town of Kilkinure who wakes one morning to find a corpse in her house. Chillingly, Lorna has no idea who the dead woman is, or if she herself might be responsible for the apparent murder. That’s because Lorna has long suffered from extreme bouts of sleepwalking ever since she was ripped from her life at the age of 15 and incarcerated in a convent. There, Lorna gave birth to her daughter Agnes, who was cruelly taken from her and whose fate Lorna has never known.


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