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Mon, November 18th, 2019

Johnson vs Corbyn: The ITV Debate

Tuesday 8pm – 9pm, ITV

The United Kingdom’s first December General Election since 1923 is one that will have a far wider impact on the world than any other in a long time. Hinged largely around the Brexit argument, whoever comes out on top will shape the direction in which the country will approach leaving the EU. Of course there are many other aspects of the voting population should look at too, such as the NHS, welfare and infrastructure, but it is difficult to see past the European issue. The UK public have truly had enough of the current parliament stalemate and this may lend itself to the Conservatives.

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Mon, November 11th, 2019

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here

Thursday 9pm – 10.45pm, ITV

It’s the run up to Christmas and that can only mean one thing for the reality TV fan - celebrities eating kangaroo testicles, facing their biggest fears, drinking cocktails made from some of Australia’s most disgusting ingredients and of course, Ant and Dec on the TV. The new series returns and as always there is an interesting line up of celebrities from around the globe to face the creepy crawlies and bush tucker trials.

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Mon, November 4th, 2019

The Fall of the Berlin Wall with John Simpson

Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC4

The Berlin wall, or Berliner Mauer in German, was created in 1961 by the then German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany), a sign that tensions between the Eastern Bloc and the West was deteriorating. For many years previously the GDR had sought to protect it’s beliefs and ways of living, fuelled by anti-western propaganda in the USSR, it built the wall as the ‘Anti-facist Protection Rampart’, and changed the lives of hundreds of thousands in the city. The Berlin Wall restricted movement to the Western side of the city, where people could travel onwards to West Germany and beyond. Before the wall was erected some 3.5 million people escaped from GDR through West Berlin. Once the wall was erected it could be a death sentence for those trying to get over the wall - over 100000 people tried to escape from the GDR to the West, with only 5000 people succeeding and an estimated 200 people being killed when trying. The Berlin Wall symbolised much more than just a physical barrier to people, it formed the political symbol of the Iron Curtain.

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Mon, October 28th, 2019

Britain’s Nuclear Bomb: The Inside Story

Sunday 8pm – 9pm, BBC4

Notwithstanding the clear failure to address the morality or dire consequences of nuclear weapons, this documentary provides a fascinating insight into the 1950’s and the UK’s race to develop the devastating weapons that would perch the country onto the top nuclear table. Not only is it the story of the technological development of ‘Operation Grapple X’; the British Military’s first detonation of a megaton hydrogen bomb in 1957 that created the nuclear deterrent. It is the story of global mind games, politics and military might. As with every story though, the devil is in the detail.

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, October 27th, 2019

Liar Series 2

When ITV’s Liar hit the screens back in 2017, it was all that fans could talk about - trying to assess who was the liar between Joanne Froggatt’s Laura and Ioan Gruffudd’s Andrew. Before the truth was revealed, fans were staying on social media platforms who they are backing and who they believed was the liar.

Laura, a schoolteacher found herself in a state the next morning after a date with a father of one of her pupils, Andrew. She remembered being sexually assaulted by him but many wouldn’t believe her, stating that she was too drunk to remember the events that unfolded that night. ...

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Mon, October 21st, 2019

TVMucho Winter Season Blog

In the Northern Hemisphere the weather has certainly started to change, the temperatures are dropping, the winds are starting to blow, the Aurora Borealis is visible again in the North and some areas have started to see snow. The end of Autumn and the start of winter signals the start of two big festivities - Halloween and Christmas. Whether you like a good spooky night in with a horror film, or a Christmas classic with family, TVMucho will bring you the best of both genres, wherever you are in the world!

Halloween Films
With Halloween upon us, the TV is hotting up with spooks, ghouls, ...

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