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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

The TVweek: Sunday 30th March - Friday 4th April

Sunday
8.00pm Endeavour ITV - Shaun Evans returns as the young Inspector Morse as he returns to his duty in Oxford following a four month absence. The first case involves a baffling suicide, a fatehr searching for a missing daughter and the theft of priceless Anglo-Saxon treasures. 
Monday
10.00pm Our Gay Wedding: The Musical Channel 4 - After gay marriage was made legal on Saturday, this documentary follows the wedding of Benjamin Till and Nathan Taylor who have decided that the entire ceremony should be sung. As well as some show-stopping numbers, the songs also pay tribute to those in countries where homosexuality is still a crime. 
Tuesday
9.00pm New Worlds Channel 4 - The sequel to Civil War drama The Devil's Whore which sees protagonist Angelica now a mother to Beth. The drama goes backwards and forwards in time to tell both Beth and Angelica's stories. Stars Eve Best, Jamie Dornan, Freya Mavor and Jeremy Northam. 
9.00pm - Horizon: Living with Autism BBC2 - To celebrate National Autism Day, Professor Uta Frith presents this documentary where she demonstrates some of her experiments that compare autistic people to the rest of us. 
10.00pm Killer Magic BBC3 - New show in which five young magicians perform a themed trick before the lowest scoring contestant must partake in a stunt that has injured a magician in the past. 
Wednesday
9.00pm Monkey Planet BBC1 - Zoologist George McGavin presents this three-part series in which he travels the globe to investigate the behaviours of some of our most-loved primates. In tonight's first episode George travels to Borneo where he meets a group of orang-utans who have been taught to copy human behaviour. 
9.00pm Kim Philby: His Most Intimate Betrayal BBC2 - Author Ben McIntyre investigates the story of Soviet Double Agent Kim Philby and his relationship with MI6 colleague Nicholas Elliot. Continues tomorrow. 
9.00pm Invasion of the Jobsnatchers BBC3 - Eight young unemployed people are given the chance to work in the sleepy Dorset town of Christchurch, where the majority of the population are over sixty. If any of them can prove to their employers that they're willing to work hard then they will be rewarded with a full-time job at the end of the series. 
Thursday
9.00pm 15,000 Kids and Counting Channel 4 -  New three-part documentary that explores the adoption process from beginning to end and that focuses on the important work conducted by child protection officers. 
10.00pm Jockey School Channel 4 - In the build-up to the Grand National, this documentary looks at three youngsters from troubled backgrounds who all attend The Northern Racing College with the ultimate hope of becoming jockeys. 
Friday
9.00pm Have I Got News For You BBC1 - The satirical news quiz returns for its forty-seventh series with Jennifer Saunders in the host's chair and Richard Osman among the guest panellists. 
9.00pm Martin Clunes and a Lion Called Mugle ITV - Filmed over three years, this documentary sees Clunes head to Kenya to meet his friend, conservationist Tony Fitzjohn. Throughout the documentary we see Clunes bond with lion-cub Mugle and witness how this remote part of Africa isn't safe for either humans or animals. 
10.00pm The Trip to Italy BBC2 - Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's semi-improvisational sitcom returns as the friends journey around Italy sampling the delights of some of the country's high-end restaurants. 

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