SKY REVEALS NOVEMBER PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS
What to watch on Sky this November.
The Lazarus Project
When the world locks into a time loop in which the world ends every three weeks, the Lazarus team must race against time to find a solution before humanity is wiped out forever. Among their number is resolute Lazarus agent, George (Paapa Essiedu), who’s been left in disgrace after betraying the organisation in the name of love.
Lockerbie tells the incredible true story of Britain’s deadliest terrorist atrocity and the most fatal terrorist attack on America before 9/11: the bombing of Pan Am flight 103, when 270 people lost their lives on the night of December 21 1988. The documentary will speak to individuals closely linked to the disaster and the years-long investigation that followed it.
Tell Them You Love Me
In association with Louis Theroux’s Mindhouse production company and directed by Nick AugustPerna, this feature documentary explores the controversial affair between a married female professor and a non-verbal black man with cerebral palsy. The relationship and high-profile criminal trial that followed challenges our perceptions of disability and the nature of consent.
Evil Genius With Russell Kane
Evil Genius with Russell Kane is the brand new comedy discussion show that delves into the biographies of often polarising figures from the past to answer the simple question, “Are they Evil or Genius?”. In each episode Russell presides over three different celebrity guests steering the debate by dropping “truthbombs” - astonishing revisionist and revelatory facts designed to make the panellists reassess and rethink the lives of some of the most hallowed names in history.
Greatest Guitar Riffs
Forget solos. The riff is where legends are made. Join the world’s greatest living guitarists as they celebrate the power of the riff, a humble instrumental refrain which united us under its spell and changed music forever. With masterclass demonstrations and stories of gigs past and present, the architects of our favourite songs will deconstruct their own riffs as well as those that inspired them, from the opening seconds of The Kinks’ You Really Got Me to Dolly Parton’s iconic intro to Jolene.