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Mon, October 7th, 2019

A Confession : Everything you need to know

From being the ‘sidekick’ in BBC’s Sherlock, Martin Freeman will be trying his hand at sleuthing for himself in the new ITV detective drama, A Confession. The series has been written by Jeff Pope who previously won a Bafta for his craft and will showcase the story of a detective’s work while trying to find a woman who has gone missing. During this time, he finds himself face-to-face with a dangerous murderer and puts his own career on the line.

What’s more? It’s a true story.

A Confession is the chronicle of Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher who went against everything that he was ...

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Mon, October 7th, 2019

The Capture : Everything you need to know

In a world of fake news and uncertainty, The Capture documents the hidden world of the intelligence services and just how much power they truly have that the public may not be aware of. Starring Holliday Grainger and Callum Turner as the leads, the thriller is airing on BBC1 and will have audiences on the edge of their seats.

Here’s everything you need to know about The Capture before you begin watching.

Holliday Grainger returns to her sleuthing antics that she portrayed in JK Rowling’s series Strike as she takes on the lead role of DI Rachel Carey. Her co-star is Callum Turner who ...

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Mon, October 7th, 2019

The Imitation Game

Sunday 6.35pm – 8.50pm, Film 4

In a performance that can only be described as breath-taking and incredible, Benedict Cumberbatch plays the cryptographic genius Alan Turing - a man who achieved so much in his short life, despite hiding the fact he was a homosexual for many years; which at the time was illegal, and many aspects to his work was prevented from being made public due to the Official Secrets Act. He was an incredible mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher and computer scientist. Critical to the development of theoretical computer science he laid the foundations for the formal concepts of algorithms and computation, creating the Turing machine which was widely seen to be a model for a general purpose computer, he is widely seen as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence.

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Mon, September 30th, 2019

Thomas Cook: The Rise & Fall of Britain’s Oldest Travel Agent

Sunday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 4

Beginning life as an organiser of day trips between Leicester and Loughborough in 1841, Thomas Cook grew into a household name, with millions of Brits enjoying holidays around the globe with them. The firm included names such as Winston Churchill, Mark Twain and Rudyard Kipling as customers who utilised their services. It was one of the few tour operators that still had hundreds of shops on the high street as others in the sector moved largely online. But last week it suffered an ignominious demise as over 600000 customers were left stranded abroad, with many being threatened by hotel security guards and others facing demands from resort management for large amounts of money after Thomas Cook slipped into insolvency. A quarter of those stranded were Brit’s, and yet again the CAA were forced to enact a large operation to repatriate them - this time on a much larger scale than the Monarch Airlines collapse in 2017. On a much sadder aspect, some 9000 people face the prospect of being made redundant by the 178 year old company, and the public certainly appreciate this - there were several instances of ‘whip-rounds’ on the final Thomas Cook flights to make sure the crew were paid for their efforts.

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Mon, September 23rd, 2019


Thursday 9pm – 10.30pm, BBC4

Between World War One and World War Two, the Air Ministry released specification F7/30 which called for a modern, fighter capable of a flying speed of 250mph. An excellent, independent company called Supermarine submitted a monoplane called the Supermarine Type 224, but it failed in its bid and was beaten to selection by the Gloster Gladiator. The designer, R.J. Mitchell was undeterred and set about improving his design, refining it and creating a smoother, cleaned-up aircraft, the Type 300. The work paid off, and 1934 Air Vice Marshal Cave-Browne-Cave gave Supermarine £10000 to develop the aircraft, becoming what we know today as the Spitfire. What many may not know, Winston Churchill, then a politician, tried in vain to stop Cave-Browne-Cave funding this project.

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Mon, September 16th, 2019

1944: Should We Bomb Auschwitz?

Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC2

Many people instantly know the name ‘Auschwitz’ and the horror it brought upon over 1.3 million people, including 252000 children. The concentration camp was responsible for the death of over 1.1 million innocent people, most of them jews, as well as Romani, Soviet, Polish and Jehovah’s witnesses. Shockingly 1 in 6 people killed in the holocaust perished there. It was an evil place, people like Joseph Mengelen carried out barbaric medical ‘experiments’ and many other members of the SS indiscriminately beat, murdered and raped prisoners.

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