Friday, 17 June 2016
The TVweek: Saturday 18th - Friday 24th June 2016
7.30pm Guitar Star Sky1 - Sky Arts launches a new nationwide search for a star guitar player. Meet the contenders as they prepare to compete for the chance to play at Latitude Festival.
6.45pm Question Time EU Special: The Case for Remain BBC1 - Special edition of the political programme in which the Remain side outline their case as to why Britain should stay in the EU.
Notable Continuing Series: 24 Hours in A&E, Channel 4
Game of Thrones, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic
Veep, Sky Atlantic, 11.20pm
8.00pm EU Referendum BBC1 - David Dimbleby, Mishal Husain and Emily Maitlis present the biggest debate of the EU referendum camp.
8.00pm 2 Broke Girls E4 - Fifth season of the CBS sitcom.
9.00pm Mr v Mrs: Call The Mediator BBC2 - Behind closed doors, in more than 500 locations across England and Wales, a network of National Family Mediation (NFM) services are meeting separated couples attempting to resolve their disputes over money, children and property - without a courtroom battle.With privileged access to the private world of family mediation, this BBC Two documentary series will provide a unique insight into an element of modern British family life rarely seen by others. In this first episode, Sue and Peter are divorcing but can’t agree on how their money should be split, after Sue left the family home for another relationship. In another case, Martin wants see the two sons he has with ex-partner Nicky, but she doesn’t want to see him and negotiations are proving difficult.
10.00pm The Border Channel 4 - Walter Presents - which showcases the best foreign language drama series from around the world - continues with this haunting and topical Polish thriller in which the captain of a border guard unit is the sole survivor of a bomb attack and attempts to find out who killed his comrades. In Polish with English subtitles.
11.00pm The Secret Life of the Bus Garage ITV
8.00pm Celebrity Masterchef BBC1 - New celebs enter the Masterchef kitchen.
9.00pm Europe: The Final Debate Channel 4 - Just hours before voting begins, Channel 4 hosts the final debate on the EU Referendum. Jeremy Paxman is joined by politicians, celebrities and high-profile men and women from business, science, sport, the military and security services.
8.00pm What Britain Buys Channel 4 - Mary Portas hosts the documentary examining the shopping habits of Britain.
9.00pm Frat Boys: Inside America’s Fraternities BBC2 - During one term at the University of Central Florida, This World follows the life of a group of fraternaties.
9.00pm The Good Wife More4 - Final episode of the critically acclaimed US drama.
10.00pm It's Not Me, It's You Five - Entertainment panel show hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Team captains Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison
Notable Continuing Series: Gogglesprogs 8.00pm, Channel 4
Power Monkeys, 10.00pm, Channel 4
9.00pm Oscar Pistorius: The Interview ITV - In the documentary, Pistorius gives his account of what happened the night he killed his girlfriend and is questioned about key details of the prosecution case which resulted in his conviction. He also talks about his relationship with Reeva, the allegations of his previous abusive behaviour towards her and and his previous use of firearms.
9.00pm The Last Leg in, The Last Leg Out Channel 4 - Special looking at the results of the EU referendum.
10.00pm Glastonbury 2016 BBC2 - Fist coverage of this year's festival.
A love letter to Inside No.9
When was the last time you were disappointed by an episode of a show you love? Watched something and thought “wow, that was bad” before thin...
Win Inside No.9 - Series 3 on DVD
We've got two copies of the third series of Inside No.9 to giveaway. Answer the question below for your chance to win. Good Luck! ...
Line of Duty: The best drama on British television returns
Line of Duty is one of those TV shows that I would define as the little drama that could. Originally debuting on BBC Two over the summer...
In the Flesh: Why we should be shouting about this more
Amid the tremendous bevy of high quality programmes delivered over the past few months – Prey , Happy Valley , From There to Here ...
The Replacement: The wheels fall off
The Replacement came out of nowhere. It got very little promotion by the BBC and even this self confessed telly obsessive knew virtually no...
Chat with the stars of 'This Country'
Popping up to little promotion, we stumbled across BBC Three's comedy This Country almost by accident. The six-part comedy is writ...
What to Expect from The Lady Vanishes
Sunday night has long been the home of period drama on BBC One with recent examples being Upstairs Downstairs and Call the Midwife. Thi...
The Replacement: Tense and gripping drama
There’s nothing comfortable about watching The Replacement . It seems like a taboo conversation to discuss the impact that having a bab...