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What to watch this week.

Once Upon A Time In Northern Ireland

Monday, BBC Two

A time of relative peace in Northern Ireland escalates to full-blown conflict. As a civil rights movement gains pace, demanding equal rights for Catholics, the Provisional IRA comes to the fore, causing the British Army to be deployed.


Monday, ITV1

Maryland is a three-part relationship drama created by BAFTA and RTS award winning actress, Suranne Jones, and screenwriter Anne-Marie O’Connor, about two sisters who have grown apart over the years, but through tragic events learn to love and respect one another all over again.

Plebs: Soldiers Of Rome

Monday, ITV2

Marcus, Grumio, Jason and Aurelius join the army in peacetime, hoping to win respect, romance and discounts at participating restaurants. But when war's declared, they’re sent to fight on the front line for a cause they don’t believe in. Now their main interest is the struggle for survival…

Ben Fogle And The Buried City

Tuesday, Channel 4

On the tiny Caribbean Island of Montserrat, Ben Fogle discovers how the Earth’s most powerful natural phenomenon gradually devasted large areas of the island when a long-dormant volcano awoke in the 1990s.

The Great British Sewing Bee

Wednesday, BBC One

Sara Pascoe welcomes 12 sewers to the Sewing Bee in Leeds. Judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young want to see how the newbies deal with 'Classics with a Twist'. For their first Pattern Challenge, the sewers make a top with a twist at its centre, which is a straightforward construction with a tricky brain-teaser.

Sitting On A Fortune

Sunday, Channel 4

In the high tension game show, hosted by Gary Lineker, players could win up to £100,000. The quiz features six players all trying to be in the right place at the right time to take away a potentially life-changing amount of money.

60 Days Inside Britain's Most Dangerous Estates

Sunday, Channel 4

Ed Stafford is followed as he moves in with residents on some of the UK’s most infamous housing estates in London, Scotland and the Midlands. Over the 60 days and nights, Ed will be accompanied by a small crew and, equipped with his own camera, he will set out to capture what it’s really like to live on these estates.


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