TV HIGHLIGHTS for 27th Jan-1st Feb
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Judge Rinder - ITV, 2.00pm
Join Judge Rinder as he solves real-life cases in a studio courtroom.
Celebrity Big Brother - Channel 5, 9:00pm
It’s the penultimate week in the house and the show continues to be as explosive as it has been. There are evictions on Tuesday and Friday this week.
Holocaust Memorial Day – BBC Two, 7:00pm
2015 marks 70 years of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp with 200 survivors attending a special ceremony.
Eastenders: 30 Years of Cliffhangers – BBC Three, 8:00pm
Counting down the best duff-duffs to mark the show’s 30th anniversary.
Silent Witness - BBC One, 9:00pm
The concluding part from Monday’s episode
Touched by Auschwitz – BBC Two, 9:00pm
Documentary marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Paul O’Grady’s Animal Orphans - ITV, 9:00pm
Paul continues his travels to Zambia, 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 case of domestic violence.
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 continues which 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.
Midsommer Murders – ITV, 8:00pm
A new series of the long running crime drama starts!
Churchill: The Nation’s Farewell – BBC One, 9:00pm
Marking the 50th anniversary of Churchill’s death with Jeremy Paxman taking a look back at his funeral and his legacy.
Wolf Hall – BBC Two, 9:00pm
The historical drama following Henry VIII as he seeks to end his marriage to his first wife, Katherine of Aragon continues
24 Hours in A&E - Channel 4, 9:00pm
This week includes an 11 month year old and a retired engineer who fell 15ft from a ladder.
Up the Women – BBC Two, 8:30pm
Comedy about a women’s suffrage group where this week they go on strike.
Eat Well for Less - BBC One, 8:30pm
Greg Wallace and Chris Bavin set out to help families save money on their shopping.
Birds of a Feather - ITV, 8:30pm
Tracey is released from prison and Dorien’s gambling problem gets out of hand.
Death in Paradise - BBC One, 9:00pm
This week, they investigate a death after a hen party. The guest stars include Amy Nuttell, William Ash and Ali Bastian.
Cucumber – Channel 4, 9:00pm
A new TV drama surrounding 21st Century gay life written by Russell T Davies continues with its second episode. Henry is beginning his new life.
The Good Wife – More 4, 9:00pm
The sixth series of the legal drama begins.
Fortitude – Sky One, 9:00pm
Feature length episode of a new drama series based on a similar tone to the popular Danish dramas! There is a murder in the isolated community of Fortitude based in the Arctic Circle. Starring Stanley Tucci, Sofie Grabol, Richard Domer, Michael Gambon and Christopher Eccleston.
Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe - BBC Two, 10:00pm
A satirical look at the week’s events from Charlie Brooker as well as featuring Philomena Cunk, Jake Yapp and Cassette Boy
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.
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