TV HIGHLIGHTS for 19th-25th Jan
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Jan 19 2015, 12:02 PM
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Judge Rinder - ITV, 2.00pm
Join Judge Rinder as he solves real-life cases in a studio courtroom.
Father Brown - BBC One, 2.15pm
Mark Williams stars as a crime-solving Priest in this daytime TV drama based on the books by G.K. Chesterton. It is the final week of the new series!
Mel and Sue - ITV, 4:00pm
This week the duo are joined by Michael Palin, Jack Whitehall and Kara Tointon.
Celebrity Big Brother - Channel 5, 9:00pm
As tensions in the house with Perez are way past boiling point, how many more arguments will there be in the house? There is one eviction on Friday this week.
Only Connect - BBC Two, 8:30pm
The tough quiz show continues with two teams returning for the second round.
Silent Witness - BBC One, 9:00pm
In a playground, a suspected paedophile is found dead and the mystery heats up following the discovery of another death. The concluding part features on Tuesday.
Winterwatch 2015 – BBC Two, 9:00pm
The team present from the Cairngorms National Park as they follow a number of animals, watching how they cope with the cold winter months. It starts a special week of shows, the remainder of which feature at 8pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Broadchurch - ITV, 9:00pm
Last week featured a dramatic ending and the drama is only going to increase as ‘Broadchurch’ reaches its third episode.
The Undateables - Channel 4, 9:00pm
The heartwarming show continues following Richard, who has Asperger’s syndrome, Chris, who was left paralysed two years ago, and Christina, who has Down’s syndrome, on their quest to find love.
Backchat with Jack Whitehall and His Dad - BBC Two, 10:00pm
They are joined by Richard Osman and McBusted.
Waterloo Road - BBC Three, 8:30pm/BBC One, 10:35pm
Two new teachers join the school although it is discovered that one has only had six weeks’ training prior to taking on the job.
The Eichmann Show – BBC Two, 9:00pm
One off drama starring Martin Freeman that explores the lives of an American producer (Milton Fruchtman) and a blacklisted film-maker (Leo Hurwitz) who set out to film the trial of Adolf Eichmann, a major organiser of the Holocaust. It was the first time that many survivors spoke out about their time in the camps.
Paul O’Grady’s Animal Orphans - ITV, 9:00pm
The series returns as Paul travels to Zabia, Namibia and South Africa to help orphaned animals be released into their natural habitats.
24 Hours in Police Custody - Channel 4, 9:00pm
This week features a suspects of human trafficking.
The 100 - E4, 9:00pm
The popular drama series continues with its second series.
Excluded: Kicked Out of School – BBC Three, 9:00pm
The documentary is based at an alternative provision facility which takes in students who have been excluded from schools.
The Mysteries of Laura – 5 USA, 9:00pm
US TV series that follows a homicide detective juggling her work and home life.
Ramsay’s Hotel Hell - Channel 4, 10:00pm
Ramsay visits a hotel in California where more attention is given to a bar than the hotel.
Suspects - Channel 5, 10:00pm
The critically acclaimed improvised crime drama continues. They investigate a teenager who is left fighting for his life following a petrol bomb being thrown into his home. Another episode follows on Wednesday
Cockroaches - ITV 2, 10:00pm
The post-apocalyptic comedy continues.
The National Television Awards - ITV, 7:30pm
Dermot O’Leary returns to present the TV awards show that is voted solely by the public. Remember to get your votes in for Buzzjacks own NTAs!
Wolf Hall – BBC Two, 9:00pm
New historical drama following Henry VIII as he seeks to end his marriage to his first wife, Katherine of Aragon.
24 Hours in A&E - Channel 4, 9:00pm
This week includes a rail worker being airlifted following a collision with a train.
Room 101 - BBC One, 8:00pm
Alexander Armstrong, Kelly Holmes and Henry Blofield join Frank Skinner to discuss their pet peeves.
Birds of a Feather - ITV, 8:30pm
This week marks the return of Melanie Fishman in the character’s first appearance since the original BBC series.
Death in Paradise - BBC One, 9:00pm
This week, they investigate a death after a re-enactment of the French invasion of the island. The guest stars include David Bamber and Tyger Drew-Honey.
Cucumber – Channel 4, 9:00pm
A new TV drama surrounding 21st Century gay life written by Russell T Davies.
Crims - BBC Three, 10:00pm
Comedy drama that follows a boy who is imprisoned in a young offender's institution.
Suits - Dave, 10:00pm
The fourth series of the legal drama continues!
Banana – E4, 10:00pm
A side series to ‘Cucumber, ‘Banana’ is more of an anthology series focusing on a different LGBT story each week.
Scandal - Sky Living, 10:00pm
The fourth series of this political drama continues with its third episode.
Match of the Day Live – BBC One, 7:30pm
Cambridge United v Manchester United
Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast - Channel 4, 8pm
Ellie Goulding joins the duo.
Benidorm - ITV, 9:00pm
Les’ ex arrives at the hotel and the Oracle tries to impress everyone.
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown - Channel 4, 9:00pm
Reginald D Hunter and Aisling Bea join the team whilst Holly Welsh sits in dictionary corner.
The Last Leg - Channel 4, 10:00pm
Kathy Burke joins the regulars a in a lookback over the last week.
The Blacklist – Sky Living, 10:00pm
The second series of the hit US TV series continues.
The Graham Norton Show - BBC One, 10:35pm
David Attenborough, Gary Lineker, Jessica Chastain and McBusted all feature on this week's show.
The Voice UK - BBC One, 7:00pm
Esmee Denters, a Lady Gaga tribute act and a former member of Black Lace all feature this week as the coaches continue to build up their teams.
Harry Hill's Stars in Their Eyes - ITV, 7:00pm
How much more of the legacy will be ruined?
Take Me Out - ITV, 8:00pm
Dating entertainment that would not fit anywhere else than on a Saturday night
The Jonathan Ross Show - ITV, 9:20pm
Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Take That, Caroline Quentin and Katherine Ryan all join the chat show host in a new series.
Get Your Act Together - ITV, 7:00pm
Nigel Havers, Sinitta, Gaby Roslin, Rufus Hound and Chip (Chipmunk) all learn new skills including pole dancing and extreme juggling.
Still Open All Hours - BBC One, 7:30pm
Granville is convinced that the shop is being haunted by Arkwright.
Call the Midwife - BBC One, 8:00pm
Barbara treats a first-time mother but it does not go to plan. A new nurse also arrives and there is worries over the financial pressures of Nonnatus House.
The Hotel - Channel 4, 8:00pm
The documentary series that could easily be mistook for a sitcom continues with Mark focusing on Torquay’s Gay Pride with the hope of booking a headlining celebrity (aka Alex Reid).
All Star Family Fortunes - ITV, 8:15pm
Hairy Biker Dave Myers and Corrie’s Jack P Shepard take part in a new series of the quiz show.
Last Tango in Halifax - BBC One, 9:00pm
More family drama in the heartwarming series!
Dragon’s Den – BBC Two, 9:00pm
What will impress the Dragons this week?
Mr Selfridge - ITV, 9:00pm
The drama series returns for a third series based on the Selfridges shop, guest starring Zoe Wannamaker. It follows the aftermath of Rose’s funeral.
Jan 19 2015, 05:55 PM
changed the game with that digital drop
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Wolf Hall looks quite good and I'll definitely tune in for the National TV Awards.
Jan 22 2015, 12:38 AM
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