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Monday 7pm – 10pm, BBC1
Kick-off 7.30pm. Live coverage from Stamford Bridge as Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea taken on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United in a repeat of last years final. Chelsea pipped United 1-0 with Eden Hazard’s penalty in the first half the difference between the sides. It was Antonio Conte’s last match in charge as he saw off old the Blue’s boss, Jose Mourinho. The holders have seen off Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday in previous rounds, albeit not in convincing displays. The Red Devil’s have knocked out Arsenal and Reading so far and looked a far stronger side in the competition and must feel confident heading to London. Presented by Gary Lineker.
Tuesday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 4
Jodie and her 9 year old, Syd, welcome Alisha and Daisy who are also 9 to their small terraced home in Sheffield. Chesterfield based Daisy comes from a blended family and only sees her Dad Paul at weekends, whereas Alisha, a Muslim, comes from a large multicultural family.
Tuesday 9pm – 11.05pm, More4
Spending Christmas in Thailand, a British family are caught up in the devastating 2004 tsunami. With his mother lying injured in hospital, an eldest son ventures into destruction and chaos to search for his younger brothers and father, whom he was separated from as the crisis struck. Stars Tom Holland, Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts.
Wednesday 8pm – 10.20pm, ITV
Live from the O2, actor and comedian Jack Whitehall presents the star studded award ceremony which includes performances from some of the biggest names in the music industry. Featuring live songs from George Ezra, Sam Smith, Dua Lipa, Calvin Harris, Little Mix and Rag n Bone Man.
Wednesday 10.30pm – 11pm, Channel 5
Taking a different look at what is often seen as a taboo subject, experts offer advice and guidance on how to escape and walk away from an abusive relationship, discussing the support available and how to access help for victims of domestic abuse. The programme hears from a therapist, specialist police officer, refuge manager and an independent domestic violence advisor, all of which offer practical support, reassurance and insight to help victims.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 4
Self-styled spin doctor for the far right Jack Sen manages websites and social media to promote his own beliefs and those of prominent figures who also share his views. Alice Levine sets out to understand why he holds his beliefs and does so by spending a week living in Jack’s home, finding out how his everyday activities influence his worldview. She speaks to a number of his associates, many of whom are prominent nationalist figures and attends rallies and events with Jack. After spending 7 days with her new acquaintance, who was banned from both UKIP and the BNP, how will Alice feel about him?
Friday 10pm – 11pm, Channel 5
The high street brand synonymous with British shopping is under attack from all sides, supermarkets are vying for a piece of the quality food market and offering up to date fashions online whereas budget stores are offering clothes cheaply. There is a real threat that after 135 years the chain could disappear. Fiona Phillips speaks with former staff and shopper to see what could be done to turn the stores fortunes around.
Saturday 4.15pm – 7pm, BBC1
Kick-off 4.45pm. Live coverage from the Principality Stadium where Wales take on England in arguably the most anticipated match of the Six Nations Tournament. Going into the third match of this year’s competition, both sides have won both games – with England providing the far more convincing wins so far. The Welsh have been on a strong winning streak in the past 6 months but they have only won one of the past five encounters with England, snatching victory in 2015 during a World Cup pool match. They’ll need to pull something out of the bag.
Saturday 9pm – 11pm, BBC2
Premier of the BAFTA-winning musical in which an actress and struggling jazz musician fall for each other and then attempt to realise their respective dreams in Los Angeles. However, the pair find it difficult not to compromise their beliefs. Stars John Legend, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Sunday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
Lucille looks forward to a second date with Cyril, while the Turners do their best to persuade Violet to approve the formation of a Brook Advisory Centre. Trixie treats an expectant mother who discovers she has gonorrhoea – which could result in serious complications for the health of her unborn child. Mother Mildred insists Sister Frances attends her first solo birth before Nurse Crane returns to Nonnatus House.
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