The TV Week Saturday 26th – Friday 2nd October

by | Sep 19, 2009 | All, TV Week

Saturday
6.10pm Hole in the Wall BBC1
9.05pm A Farwell to Floyd BBC2 – Chefs including Rick Stein, Marco Pierre White and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall pay tribute to Keith Floyd.
9.15pm When Piers Met Sir Cliff ITV1 – Piers Morgan travels to Barbados to interview Sir Cliff Richard about his 50 years in the buisness.
Sunday
9.00pm Charley Boorman: Sydney to Tokyo by any Means BBC2 – Second series of the biking Adventure starting in Sydney Austrailia.
10.00pm House: An Insiders Guide Sky1 – Documentary featuring interviews with stars and the show’s creator.
Monday
3.00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show ITV1
9.00pm FlashForward Five – New US drama series about a mysterious event that causes the population of the entire world to black out simultaneously. During two minutes of unconsciousness, everyone sees a glimpse of their lives six months into the future.
9.00pm Upgrade Me BBC4 – Poet and gadget lover Simon Armitage explores people’s obsession with upgrading to the latest technological gadgetry.
9.00pm Dancing With The Stars Watch – New series of the American version Strictly Come Dancing featuring Kelly Osbourne, Macy Gray, Mellisa Joan Hart and Donny Osmond.
10.00pm Ross Noble’s Austrailian Trip Five – Comedian Ross Noble tours Australia on his motorbike, travelling 26,000km to perform 85 gigs all over the country.
Tuesday
8.00pm How to Look Good Naked Channel 4 – Hosted by Gok Wan
9.00pm The Choir: Boys Don’t Sing Revisited BBC2 – Garreth returns to see how things have gone since the 2008 series.
9.00pm Electric Dreams BBC4 – 3-part series which sees a family and their home are stripped of all their modern technology to live a life of decades past. The family must live through the digital wilderness of the 1970s, with a technical support team to source and supply them with the vintage technology of the time.
10.45pm Richard Wilson: Two Feet in the Grave BBC1- The actor examines how death is dealt with in the 21st century – how people face it, what happens when we die and how people cope with grief.
Wednesday
8.00pm Ruth Watson’s Hotel Rescue Channel 4 – New series that sees Ruth come to the rescue of more helpless and hopeless hoteliers.
9.00pm The Secret Life of Twins BBC1 – 2-part documentary that looks at some of the most fascinating identical twins in the world. Concludes tomorrow.
9.00pm The Mobo Awards 2009 BBC3
Thursday
9.00pm Captive for 18 Years: The Jaycee Lee Story Channel 4 – In depth documentary about the girl held captive in a garden for 18 years.
9.30pm Nevermind the Buzzcocks BBC2 – The music based comedy panel show returns. This series sees a series of guest hosts filling Simon Amstell’s chair after he decided to leave the series. Noel Feilding also takes his seat as a permenant team Captain. The first episode is hosted by James Corden.
Friday
8.30pm A Question of Sport BBC1
9.00pm Friday Night with Streisand & Ross BBC1
9.00pm Autumnwatch BBC2
9.00pm Benidorm ITV1 – Third series of the sitcom set in the Spanish holiday destination. Martin’s new girlfriend is eager to leave the confines of the resort and have a good time, while Mel enlists Mick’s help to open his new mobility shop – but disaster awaits.
10.00pm Autumnwatch Unsprung BBC2 – New accompaning series featuring an audience-led informal live discussion and debate.



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19/09/2009

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