The TVweek: Monday 2nd – Friday 6th December 2019

by | Nov 26, 2019 | All, TV Week


9.00pm Reported Missing BBC1 – Third series of the documentary that follows the searches for missing people.

Notable Continuing Series: 24 Hours In A&E, 9.00pm, Channel 4
                                            Watchmen 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic


8.00pm How to Save £1000 online Channel 4 – How do you slash £1000 from your online spend without compromising on what you buy? Sabrina Grant and Helen Skelton help two British families do just that. Sabrina and Helen reveal how a simple change to the way we buy airline tickets online could cut the cost of a holiday by hundreds of pounds. And they also look at how to transform your wardrobe – and your wallet – at a fraction of the price. Plus, Sabrina and Helen demonstrate how to haggle online, which can pay big cash dividends once you know the tricks, and can be even more lucrative than trying to score a discount face to face in-store.

9.00pm The Family Secret Channel 4 – Documentary about a family who confront a secret of sexual abuse after 25 years. With extraordinary access to each member of the family, it follows the victim and the perpetrator coming together – and the meeting that follows.


Notable Continuing Series: The Apprentice, 9.00pm, BBC1


8.00pm Celebrity Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly for Help the Animals. Five – Dog trainer Graeme visits Essex, where actress and presenter Denise Van Outen is being given the runaround by her French bulldog Tilly. He then meets opera singer Russell Watson, whose saluki Poppy has a fear of other dogs, before helping former England striker Michael Owen, whose Staffordshire bull terrier Ronnie has attacked dogs in the past.

10.00pm Upright Sky Atlantic -Tim Minchin creates and stars in this new eight-part comedy drama as he plays gifted pianist Lucky Flynn who, alongside tough-as-nails-teenager Meg attempts to transport a piano 4,000 km from Sydney to Perth.


8.30pm The BBC Prime Ministerial Debate BBC1 – The leaders of the two main political parties – Boris Johnson of the Conservatives and Jeremy Corbyn of Labour – go head to head in a forum chaired in Southampton by Nick Robinson. Following unprecedented turbulence within Westminster over the past three-and-a-half years, the two will hope to explain why their objectives and visions point out the correct path for Britain to take over the next five years. This marks what will probably be the last occasion the two will meet prior to Polling Day on December 12.

Notable Continuing Series: Gogglebox, 9.00pm, Channel 4
                                         The Last Leg, 10.00pm, Channel 4 

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