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PICKS OF THE WEEK: 19-25 FEBRUARY 2024

What to watch this week.



The Way

Monday, BBC One

Meet the Driscolls, a broken family from Port Talbot. Steelworker Geoff, separated from his wife Dee, is confronted by someone from his past. Their daughter, Thea, is pushed to the limit as her brother Owen battles the world around him. A shocking event spreads panic, and a heated meeting prompts a strike.



Breathtaking

Monday-Wednesday, ITV1

Set in a fictional big-city hospital, the drama narrates how frontline medical staff endured fear and frustration as they desperately tried to save the lives of coronavirus patients - a mother of two small children and known for her calm approach in a crisis, Abbey witnesses the virus begin to take hold first-hand as it overwhelms the NHS and creates conditions of unprecedented adversity.


Stacey Solomon's Sort Your Life Out

Tuesday, BBC One

In this series, tidying extraordinaire Stacey Solomon has put together a crack team of organising fanatics, who will help one family each week transform their messy home through a life-changing declutter, budget friendly makeover and supersized spring-clean!



Boarders

Tuesday, BBC Three

The five teens find life at their new school challenging. Jaheim is soon warring with troublemaker Rupert, while Leah runs into conflict with the headmaster. Omar will do whatever it takes to prove a secret society is real, while Femi finds some unlikely friends, who encourage him to take part in a bizarre school ritual. Toby is misjudged by his new peers, but turns it to his advantage to impress a girl.


Joe Lycett Vs Sewage

Tuesday, Channel 4

As water companies continue to pump sewage into our waterways and seas, Joe Lycett wants to get to the bottom of it all. This new investigative special for Channel 4 will see Joe investigate how our waterways have become so polluted and why water companies have been allowed to taint one of our most precious resources.



Michael McIntyre's The Wheel

Saturday, BBC One

In each show, seven fantastic celebrities are strapped to the circumference of the giant wheel. Each celebrity has brought one area of expertise to the show – and it is on these areas that the contestants must answer questions. The contestants themselves are underneath The Wheel, on another smaller wheel!


Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Saturday, ITV1 The upcoming 20th series will have loads of brand-new high octane challenges, hilarious hidden camera set-ups and new studio games and live surprises, but it will also be a momentous magical celebration of all things Takeaway from over the years.



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