The TVweek: Sunday 5th – Friday 10th May 2019

by | Apr 29, 2019 | All, TV Week


9.00pm Line Of Duty BBC1 – Feature-length final episode of the current series.


Notable Continuing Series: Travel Man, 8.30pm, Channel 4

                                               Game of Thrones, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

9.00pm The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins ITV – Ashley Banjo and Alexander Armstrong return for another live event. The new Monty’s are Love Island’s Jack Fincham, Emmerdale’s Kelvin Fletcher, King of the Jungle Joe Pasquale, Strictly Come Dancing’s Gorka Marquez, snooker legend Willie Thorne, Crimewatch’s Rav Wilding, Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers and ex-Chelsea footballer Jason Cundy prepare to put on their dancing shoes and take off their thongs.  All of them have stories to tell about how cancer has touched the lives of them or those around them.

9.00pm Extreme Rental Wars Five – Documentary following disputes between tenants and landlords.

10.00pm Sex on Trial Channel 4 – Three-part documentary series that explores the shocking stories behind some of the most high-profile American student sexual assault cases of recent years, to shine a light on the complex issue of sexual crime and punishment in the modern world. The series explores consent, the complicating factors of social media and modern messaging apps, and the impact on those involved, from the people alleging an assault, has taken place, to those accused of carrying it out. With many cases boiling down to one person’s word against another’s it can be hard to determine who is telling the truth, especially as investigations turn up revelations that call people’s accounts into question.


Notable Continuing Series: Surgeons: At the Edge of Life, 9.00pm, BBC2

9.00pm The All New Monty: Ladies’ Night ITV – Coleen Nolan and Victoria Derbyshire are back with another group of inspirational female celebrities getting ready to outdo their male counterparts in baring all to boost awareness of the importance of early health checks in preventing women’s cancer, They are joined by tennis icon Martina Navratilova, EastEnders’ star Laurie Brett, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, So Solid Crew’s Lisa Maffia, TOWIE’s Danielle Armstrong, and Benidorm’s Crissy Rock gear up to put their inhibitions aside and lay their bodies and emotions bare, each with a very personal reason for doing so. 

9.00pm 24 Hours in A&E Channel 4 – The RTS award-winning documentary series returns for an 18th series, following patients who are treated in the same 24-hour period at St George’s in south-west London.

9.00pm Chernobyl Sky Atlantic – Starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson this new drama dramatizes the story of the 1986 nuclear accident — one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history — and the sacrifices made to save Europe from unimaginable disaster.

9.00pm Leaving Amish Paradise W – Andrew Tait’s documentary follows two Amish families as they leave their roots and community behind. Shunned by friends and relatives, the outcasts try to get to grips with the modern world.


Notable Continuing Series: Foresenics: The Real CSI, 9.00pm, BBC2

                                                Veep, 10.05pm, Sky Atlantic

                                               Barry, 10.40pm, Sky Atlantic


Notable Continuing Series: Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure, 8.00pm, BBC1

                                               Ambulance, BBC1

                                             Pose, 9.00pm, BBC2

                                             The Good Fight, 9.00pm, More4

9.00pm Deep State FOX – Second season of the tense drama. This time fronted by Walton Goggins.


Notable Continuing Series: The Looming Tower, 9.00pm, BBC2 

                                               Gogglebox, 9.00pm, Channel 4

9.00pm Adele: In Her Own Words Five

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