Tuesday, 18 April 2017
The TVweek: Sunday 23rd - Friday 28th April 2017
7.00pm Bigheads ITV - Jason Manford hosts a new gameshow. Every week eight members of the public are transformed into the world’s most famous celebrities by donning giant heads. The Bigheads compete against each other in a series of massive celebrity-inspired challenges.
8.00pm The Durrells ITV - Second series of the gentle drama starring Keeley Hawes.
Notable Continuing Series: Line of Duty 9.00pm, BBC1
9.00pm Granchester ITV - James Norton and Robson Green reunite for a third series of the gentle crime drama set in 1955.
9.00pm The Island with Bear Grylls Channel 4 - Old and young go head to head for the fourth series of Bear Grylls' epic survival show. Marooned separately on a pair of remote tropical islands in the Pacific, with just the clothes on their backs and a handful of basic tools, which generation has what it takes to survive when pushed to the limits of human endurance? Continues Tomorrow at 9
9.00pm Genius Sky Atlantic - Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush stars as Albert Einstein in a compelling series charting the life of one of history's greatest minds. With Emily Watson.
9.00pm Trump's 100 Days BBC1
9.00pm Little Boy Blue ITV - Four-part drama from Jeff Pope telling the real life story of the murder of 11-year-old Rhys Jones in Croxteth, Liverpool, in 2007. It explores Melanie’s and Steve’s ordeal, and tells the story of how Rhys’s murderer and associates were eventually brought to justice. Stephen Graham stars.
Notable Continuing Series: Big Little Lies, 9.00pm Sky Atlantic
10.10pm Silicon Valley Sky Atlantic - We rejoin the socially inept crew of Pied Piper for season four, as Richard struggles to embrace their new focus on Dinesh's video-chat app.
9.00pm Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Animals India - ITV - In this new two-part series, Paul O’Grady heads to India for the first time in his life, to rescue and rehabilitate some of the country’s vulnerable wild animals and experience the jobs of the keepers and conservationists who are looking after them.
Notable Continuing Series: Peter Kay's Car Share, 9.00pm BBC1
Veep, 10.10pm Sky Atlantic
9.00pm Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb More4 - Amanda Lamb lets home sellers check out their rival vendors' properties for inspiration. To start the new series, Amanda helps three owners in Portsmouth give their places a ready-to-market makeover.
8.00pm Tonight at the London Palladium ITV - Bradley hosts a new series of the variety show in which some of the biggest stars of music and comedy perform on the famous stage at the London Palladium.
Notable Continuing Series: Born to Kill, 9.00pm, Channel 4
The Good Fight, 9.00pm More4
Guerrilla, 9.00pm Sky Atlantic
10.00pm Locked Up Channel 4 - Second series of this tense, provocative Spanish prison thriller from Walter Presents.
Notable Continuing Series: Gogglebox 9.00pm, Channel 4
The Last Leg 10.00pm, Channel 4
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