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Monday 8pm – 8.30pm, Channel 4
With a rise in cosmetic surgery, reporter Abbie Eastwood investigates the impact breast implants are having on women. She tries to ascertain if they are making women sick, or worse still, causing cancer. Speaking from a personal perspective she reveals how her own implants left her bedridden and wants to know why some of the biggest manufacturers of implants sold in the UK have been allowed to continue to operate – despite evidence which suggests a link between their products and a rare form of cancer.
Monday 8.30pm – 9pm, Channel 4
New series of the show which follows the lives of those who bought derelict homes in Liverpool for a princely sum of £1. Catching up with the couples a year on, childhood sweethearts Rob and Mel question the decision they’ve made as they face the realities of living on a nearly empty street, whereas a fire in a neighbouring property worries Debbie and Stu as they plan their dream kitchen.
Tuesday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
This documentary narrated by Jamie Theakston looks at joy-riders, car thieves and unbelievable dash cam footage to show the daily occurrences of mayhem on the roads. Interviews with police officers reveal how they catch the criminals and former car thieves reveal the methods and tactics they used to take cars.
Wednesday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1
The issue of transgender women competing against females in a variety of sports is fraught with tension and in this documentary former Grand-slam winning tennis star Martina Navratilova meets women, trans-athletes, scientists and officials to explore all sides of the debate. She meets sports scientists at the University of Loughborough undertaking empirical research on the performance of trans-women before, during and after transformation. We also hear from Naomi, a trans woman embarking on her transition who hopes to still play football.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
This documentary series follows the work of High Court enforcement officers who undertake the task of recovering money for others. There’s confrontation in a London motorcycle shop as tempers fray when the bailiffs attempt to remove goods to cover the debt owed to a customer, Gerald and Rob attend a celebrity hotspot to recover wages owed to a former employee and Jess and Michael try to help a man who was forced out of his job upon his cancer diagnosis – can they get the money he deserves following a tribunal decision?
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
For 12 years Paris Bennett has been behind bars for stabbing his innocent 4 year old sister to death, he was just 13 years old at the time. This documentary is his first ever TV appearance and he starkly tells Piers Morgan the murder was no impulsive fit of rage, it was a premeditated, shocking act of revenge against his mother Charity. She is only a room away from the unfolding truths and for all this time has stood by her son, even though she fears for her own life or that of Paris’ younger brother when her murderer son is released.
Friday 7.30pm – 10pm, BBC4
Kick-off 8pm. The second quarter final of the Women’s World Cup comes love from Parc des Princes in Paris. The game will feature the winners of the fourth and fifth last 16 matches. Both the USA and France are fancied to appear in this fixture, but as ever with a cup competition, nothing is guaranteed.
Saturday 5.15pm – 6.55pm, BBC1
This Disney animated comedy is set in a city populated entirely by animals. A rabbit achieves her lifelong ambition of becoming a police officer but faces prejudice and discrimination every day. An otter disappears in the city and it stinks of a conspiracy so the rabbit enlists the help of a con-artist fox to solve the crime. With the voices of Idris Elba, Ginnifer Goodwin and Jason Bateman.
Saturday 9.55pm – 12.25am, ITV
Biopic film based on the real-life experiences of Iraq conflict veteran Chris Kyle. A Navy Seal is revered as a legend amongst his colleagues and peers due to his extraordinary sniping abilities, but he finds ordinary life as a father and a husband difficult to deal with. Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Kyle Gallner, Sienna Miller and Bradley Cooper.
Sunday 9pm – 12.30am, BBC2
Mark Radcliffe, Edith Bowman and Jo Whiley present the fourth appearance at Glastonbury and 40th year of the band the Cure, they appear on the Pyramid stage. The programme also features highlights from sets by Rex Orange County, Billie Eilish, and the Streets, as well as a short film presented by James Ballardie which introduces the Langa Methodist Church Choir who opened the affairs on the Pyramid stage.
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