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What’s on UK TV channels on Friday 20th October
Porridge is one of the most successful BBC’s classic sitcom revivals and it comes back with a second season. For all of the fans of the old Porridge, this one is a must see. In this week’s episode, cyber criminal Fletch finds himself on the wrong side of the mysterious new inmate at Wakeley Prison. He also receives an unexpected present.
Tonight on Graham Norton Show watch Hillary Clinton on her promo tour What Happened. Furthermore, Gerard Butler will talk about his new movie, Geostorm, and Jeff Goldblum about Thor: Ragnarok. Comedian Jack Whitehall will discuss his new series, Bounty Hunters.
Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt are back for another series investigating the secrets behind our favourite foodstuffs. This evening, they lift the lid on Marmite, run across a pool of custard and, on a more serious note, investigate how plastic packaging is polluting the food chain.
What’s on UK TV channels on Saturday 21th October
It’s down to 12 remaining couples. Last week, Charlotte Hawking and her partner Brendan Cole were eliminated. The pressure to provide a flawless performance has never been so high, and the duos will need to provide their best this weekend. Judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood will share their thoughts on the couples’ steps. The results will air in the Sunday’s episode at 18:15.
Last week we had the Six Chair Challenge phase. Well, forget the Six Chair Challenge: the judges’ houses is where the real drama is, as X Factor veteran Cheryl and grime act Stormzy, among others, help Cowell and co whittle down the six acts in each category to three. The X Factor keeps amazing us providing beautiful drama, suspense and talent all-in-one.
Gunpowder is written by Ronan Bennett and it is truly powerful and intriguing. The series is starring Kit Harington, a star of the HBO fantasy saga Game of Thrones. The three-part drama revolves around the 1605 plot to blow up the Parliament. Harington plays Robert Catesby, a rebel leader. Mark Gatiss plays King James’s spymaster Lord Cecil, who is a hunchback determined to root all of the Catholic plotters, and Shaun Dooley plays Lord Cecil’s enforcer, Sir William Wade. Furthermore, Liv Tyler plays a Catholic recusant, Tom Cullen is the infamous Guy Fawkes, and Peter Mullan is a co-conspirator.
Everybody knows the story of Thor, a mythical God from Asgard. This is a great adaptation and a start of the long series of Thor movies. Jeff Goldblum is Thor, cast away from Asgard by his father Odin to live among humans where he meets Jane Foster (Natalie Portman). A great, fun, and touching movie. Don’t miss it.
One of the most famous movies ever made. John McClane, an officer of the NYPD, tries to save his wife Holly Gennaro and several others that were taken hostage by German terrorist Hans Gruber during a Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza in Los Angeles.
What’s on UK TV channels on Sunday 22th October
Last week, Major Markham’s son George disappeared. In this episode, the race is on to find his abductors. Alison Lathwaite is distressed by her pregnancy and tempted to take some desperate measures.
It’s time for Mark Chapman to review the latest Premier League matches featuring Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool at Wembley Stadium and Everton vs Arsenal at Goodison Park. Spurs have struggled to hit top form at their temporary new home, which threatens to hamper their title chances, while Everton desperately needed to improve to relieve the pressure on manager Ronald Koeman.
The Earth is in danger. The only way to stop a catastrophe is to drill to the core and set it spinning again. The Core (2003) was directed by Jon Amiel and is starring Hillary Swank, Christopher Shyer, Aaron Eckhart, and Ray Galletti. It is an adventurous movie with a lot of suspense and drama. Can the world ever be the same? It is an amazing concept and the movie dares to go quite far with science and drama. The movie does what no other has done, it goes into the Earth to show us what is inside.
A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor: a fearsome Bengal tiger. Life of Pi won 4 Oscars and had 78 other wins. The movie was directed by Ang Lee and is PG rated.
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