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Monday 8pm – 8.30pm, ITV
Three years ago, David Cameron stepped down as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, following the shock result that no-one expected, not even the bookies – the country’s historical and monumental vote to leave the European Union. Now, for the first time, the former PM takes the opportunity to speak with Tom Bradbury about his time in office. He goes in-depth about the highs and lows of his term, as well as openly speaking about the 2016 Leave/Remain referendum and his thoughts about what that result will mean to the country.
Monday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 5
This documentary explores the humble origins of the two fast food giants who have become two of the most instantly recognisable brands across the whole world. Assessing the marketing strategies and ploys by both chains, the programme explores just how they became so famous. We also hear from food critics and vloggers who compare the fierce rivals products and how they present each to the public. Experts from the industry also reveal the secrets of the duo’s success and how they continue to dominate the market.
Tuesday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
In a very unique exposure, renowned professional footballer Cristiano Ronaldo bares all as he sits down with Piers Morgan on ITV. Revealing personal insights into his life he sets out to clear up rumours and impart his own versions of events.
Tuesday 10.15pm – 11.15pm, Channel 5
This documentary explores the horrific and heart-breaking experiences of three women who were abused at the hands of their own fathers – one of the figures in any child’s life who should protect them. Maya, Natasha and Emily discuss and reveal how the experience affected them, and how they found the strength to create new lives for themselves. The programme also reveals how the abuse affected other members of the women’s families.
Wednesday 9pm –10pm, BBC1
In a two-part documentary, Sue Perkins embarks on a voyage around the beautiful country of Japan, exploring the fascinating mix of the eclectic hi-tech future and the sentiments of the traditional past. Starting in the Japanese capital city of Tokyo, Sue trains with a sumo wrestling team, before visiting a family who live with robots! She then leaves city life and explores the rarely seen natural beauty of the country in its islands, mountains and forests.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, BBC2
Si King and Dave Myers continue their adventure along the world famous highway and start this episode off in a biker bar in Missouri where they learn about the origins of Route 66. The duo then head west to a roadside museum which is described as ‘a love letter to the road’. Not forgetting the food aspect to their journey, they stop for lunch in Kansas, try a sort of taste from home in Tulsa with Yorkshire pudding wraps and when they reach rural Oklahoma, they cook with members of the Cherokee nation.
Friday 9.15pm – 10.15pm, Channel 5
This documentary examines the Royal Family’s affinity and use of air travel all the way back to 1936 when Edward VIII created the first King’s Flight, though to the modern day where members of the monarchy use a wider array of solutions. Cameras go behind the scenes to explore the private arrangements, mysterious traditions and protocols in royal travel, and they also look at the challenges faced in 1953 during the Queen’s Commonwealth tour, as well as the unique challenges since 9/11.
Saturday 9pm – 11pm, E4
Whilst enjoying a peaceful living in suburbia, a couple are adjusting to new lives as parents when a group of raucous students move in next door, undeterred by their new roles the couple are determined to be cool with their new neighbours. However, wild parties, loud music and raunchy behaviour disrupt the peaceful life and the couple decides to fight back, which leads to a nefarious cycle of one-upmanship. Stars Rose Byrne, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.
Sunday 1pm – 4pm, BBC2
Live from Harrogate comes the inaugural mixed time-trial relay presented by Clare Balding. The event features a 28km circuit which starts and finishes in Harrogate, with three female and male riders from each participating country battling it out for the gold. The programme also features highlights from the para-cycling event held on Saturday.
Sunday 6pm – 7pm, BBC2
From Wentworth comes the action from the fourth and final day of European Tour event, where last year Francesco Molinari won by two shots over Rory McIlroy. The Northern Irishman had led overnight but the Italians excellent four-under-par round of 68 took him to victory, claiming him an impressive 1 million euro prize. Presented by Eilidh Barbour with commentary from Andrew Cotter, Peter Alliss and Ken Brown.
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