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Mon, March 11th, 2019

The Kennedy Who Changed the World

Tuesday 11.15pm - 12.15am, BBC2

Many people across the world instantly recognise the ‘Kennedy’ surname and associate it with John K Kennedy, yet it was his sister, Eunice, who has arguably had the biggest impact on people all around the world. This new BBC documentary tells her story and reveals how Eunice selflessly campaigned and dedicated her life to changing the lives of millions of people with intellectual disabilities through the power of sport.

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Wed, March 6th, 2019

Ultimate guide to Bohemian Rhapsody movie

Released in October 2018, the Bohemian Rhapsody film has been critically acclaimed and has picked up many honours, including 4 Academy Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award and British Academy Film Award. Here TVMucho explores the phenomenon and must see movie for any Queen fans.
What is Bohemian Rhapsody about?
Bohemian Rhapsody is a celebration and enthralling film which charts Queen’s emphatic rise, their amazing and revolutionary music through to Freddie Mercury’s solo career, the bands reunion and one of history's most famous rock performances. It also focuses heavily on the charismatic ...

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Mon, March 4th, 2019

TVMucho Show of the week

Monday 9pm - 10pm, BBC2

Women between the ages of 18-24 attending a US College are statistically four times more likely to experience sexual violence than other women in the US, and some 11% of all students suffer a rape or sexual assault through violence, incapacitation or physical force. Even more strikingly this accounts to 23% of undergraduate females who are most at risk during their first year.

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Mon, February 25th, 2019

TVMucho Show of the week

Wednesday 9pm - 10pm, BBC2

Seldom has a ‘fatwa’ (death sentence) been issued against such a famous person, let alone one that came from Iran’s leader, Ayatollah Khomeini. Yet on Valentine’s Day 1989 that is exactly what happened to Salman Rushdie. The novel written by Rushdie had deeply offended Muslims, containing risqué pictures of the prophet Mohammed had devastated the Islamic faith - especially as the offence had come from one of their own. His usual eloquent and creative writing was now overlooked for the faux pas in writing such blasphemy. The writer apologised, but to no avail, he had to move several times, missed his son growing up, bookstores were firebombed and publishers of the novel murdered.

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Mon, February 18th, 2019

Football’s Foreign Legion

Thursday 10.45pm - 11.45pm, ITV

Ossie Ardiles recalls the advice he was given by his friends and family when he was considering moving to Tottenham Hotspur to play football in England. He states “A lot of people said to me, No Ossie, got to any country but don’t go to England because in England they don’t really play football.’Meaning that the ball is in all the time in the air and see how they bypass the midfield and so on, But I thought, ‘We will see about that”. Of course, Ossie was right and he became one of Tottenham Hotspurs’ legends. Life wasn’t always easy for the trailblazing foreign players who changed the English game when they arrived over 40 years ago. Not everyone was happy about the ‘foreign invasion’ into the game. A far cry from today’s game where foreign players dominate the league.

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