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Mon, January 6th, 2020

Apocalypse Cow: How Meat Killed the Planet

Wednesday 10pm – 11pm, Channel 4

George Monbiot is no stranger to confronting issues he believes in, some may remember his attempted ‘citizens arrest’ of former US ambassador John Bolton in May 2008, Monbiot believed Bolton was an instigator of the Iraq War, something he was vehemently against. While attempting to arrest a former ambassador was a ‘one-off’, his activism and drive to improve the environment spans decades, in fact in 1995 he was presented with a United Nations Global 500 Award for outstanding environmental achievement by Nelson Mandela. It is fair to say that when he has an environmental message to pass, it might just be worth listening to, regardless of your beliefs on the matter.

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Mon, December 30th, 2019

Bancroft

It has been two years since Bancroft first hit the screens, and killer cop Elizabeth is back, she is snarling, devious and as evil as ever, she has also been promoted! For anyone who watched the first series you’ll be well aware she is completely ruthless, murdering anyone who gets in the way of her career progression.   

The end of the first series saw a murderous twist as Elizabeth had not in fact been in love with Laura Fraser’s dull and boring husband Tim, but Laura herself. The two had enjoyed a fling before Laura fell pregnant and ended the affair. But that wasn’t all; Bancroft ...

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Mon, December 30th, 2019

TVMucho – Top ten shows – Week Commencing 30 December 2019

TVMucho is the perfect solution for expats and travellers abroad looking for UK TV on demand. What are our TV picks of the week ? Read on to find out our top TV picks for the next 7 days. 

Snow Animals 

Monday 7pm - 8pm, BBC1 

Introducing a cast of alluring winter animals, Liz Bonnin reveals their incredible strategies that they use to thrive in even the harshest of climates. Starting in the autumn, Caribou make a remarkable journey to new feeding areas before the worst weather sets in, while Siberian chipmunks search for food which they collect in their cheek pouches before ...

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Mon, December 23rd, 2019

Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special

Former Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher may have lifted the Glitterball and the seventeenth season of Strictly Come Dancing may have finished, but Strictly addicts fear not!  Christmas Day sees the return of the annual Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special!

So to get you in the festive dancing mood, here’s our spoiler-free preview with all you need to know about the who, what and where of the sixteenth Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special.  We’ll also take a quick look back at some of the highlights from last week’s series finale.

Who’s In This Year’s Strictly Christmas Special? ...

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Mon, December 23rd, 2019

Moana

Wednesday (Christmas Day) 12.55pm – 2.30pm, BBC1

In a similar fashion to Frozen and Brave, Disney has produced another animated feature that places a strong and spirited young woman at the heart of the action, and in a similar vein it will have children bellowing out a fantastically catchy, but perhaps annoying after the umpteenth time, set of songs. Moana is the story of a brave Polynesian teenager who is the future leader of her community, but she has been told to never leave the shores of her beautiful tropical island, however she is forced to set sail into the great blue yonder on a dangerous journey to take on the darkness which threatens her idyllic home. Moana has been drawn to the sea for a long time by her Grandmother who loved to ‘dance with the water’ but it takes the threat of her future followers to drive her to disobey the Island rules.

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Tue, December 17th, 2019

A GUIDE TO ITV’S NEW SERIES STICKS AND STONES

An office supplies company on a Reading business park might not sound very festive – it certainly
doesn’t sound like the setting for a psychological thriller – but it’s certainly got people talking.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sticks and Stones, the new ITV miniseries which takes a
look at the issue of workplace bullying.
What is Sticks and Stones About?
We’re used to laughing at office politics in sitcoms like The Office, but now ITV have presented us
with a much more serious take on office life with their new three-part miniseries. Sticks and Stones
is a psychological ...

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Mon, December 16th, 2019

The Dirty War on the National Health Service

Tuesday 10.45pm – 12.40am, ITV

In a timely fashion, just barely days after the UK’s general election, ITV screens a film which formed the basis of Labour’s (failed) election campaign - the NHS and the claims that the Tories are going to sell it off. The general election result will no doubt cast fear into the millions who voted for anyone but the Tories, but just how much truth is in the claims? Here Australian documentarian and journalist explores the issue.

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