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Monday, 27 May 2019

The TVweek: Saturday 25th - Thursday 30th May 2019

Saturday
7.30pm The Hit List BBC1 - New Music Quiz show fronted by Rochelle and Martin Humes.
9.15pm Piers Morgan's Life Stories ITV - With guest Mel B.
Sunday
Notable Continuing Series:  Gentleman Jack, 9.00pm, BBC1
                                                What We Do in the Shadows, 9.45pm, BBC2
10.00pm Scotstar: The Flying Doctors More4 - This series follows the work of the Scots star transfer teams, whose job is to move patients between hospitals, from their purpose-built hub at Glasgow Airport.
Monday
7.30pm Britain's Got Talent: The Live Shows ITV - A week-long run of the live semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent.
9.00pm Confessions of a Serial Killer Channel 4 - Samuel Little could be the most prolific serial killer in American history. With exclusive access to police interviews that have never been broadcast before, filmmaker Ben Zand gets unprecedented access into the mind of a serial killer. Samuel Little claims to have killed up to 93 women across various US states over a 40-year period.
9.00pm Game of Thrones: The Last Watch Sky Atlantic - Documentary about the making of the final season.
10.00pm A Very British Sex Shop Channel 4 - This eye-opening documentary follows the extraordinary Richardson family, who run a chain of sex shops in Brighton and whose day-to-day dealings provide a unique peek into the bedroom habits of Britain.
Tuesday
Notable Continuing Series:  Years & Years 9.00pm, BBC1
                                                24 Hours in A&E, 9.00pm, Channel 4
9.00pm The Planets BBC2 - Professor Brian Cox tells the life story of the solar system, beginning with Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.
Wednesday
9.00pm Panorama: Crisis in Care BBC1 - Part one of two. Examining the failings of our country's social care system as the population gets older and more people need help with day-to-day living.
Notable Continuing Series: The Virtues, 9.00pm, Channel 4
                                                Mum, 10.00pm, BBC2                                          
10:10pm Black Monday Sky Atlantic - It was the biggest crash in Wall Street history, yet nobody knows who caused it... until now. Comedy with Don Cheadle. Contains strong language and adult themes.
Thursday
9.00pm Ambulance BBC1 - The paramedics treat a patient trapped beneath a tram and a man who has collapsed, while a call about an attempted suicide makes a deep impact on call handler Laura.
9.00pm The Final Mission: Foxy's War Channel 4 - Former elite Special Forces soldier Jason Fox embarks on a highly personal journey back to Afghanistan, nearly a decade after he last set foot in the country where he endured harrowing combat experiences during multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan both defined Jason as a soldier and made him the man he is today.

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