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Monday 6pm – 8pm, More4
From the London Aquatic Centre comes coverage of day one of the World Para Swimming Championships. The event doubles up as a key qualification event for the Tokyo Paralympic Games, with Ellie Robinson, Thomas Hamer, Alice Tai and Ellie Simmonds among the hopes for Britain.
Monday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 5
The two discount German-owned supermarket chains have taken Britain by storm and upset the likes of Tesco, Asda and Morrisons. Their canny marketing, aggressive sales techniques and drive to dominate the market are exposed in this documentary as insiders reveal the secrets to their success. The programme also reveals both chains most popular and tempting cut-price products that put them ahead of the traditional British supermarkets.
Tuesday 7pm – 10pm, ITV
Kick-off 7.45pm. From St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton, England take on Kosovo in Group A of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers. England brushed Bulgaria aside 4-0 as Harry Kane bagged a hat-trick, they weren’t really tested and maintain their 100% record in the group. However, Kosovo can’t be underestimated, they haven’t lost a group game yet in this campaign and beat the Czech Republic 2-1 on Saturday. Their 2018 qualifying campaign was terrible, only winning one game in eight, but they have improved enormously. The Three Lions will be confident though, they’re in fine form. Presented by Mark Pougatch with commentary by Clive Tydelsley and Glenn Hoddle.
Wednesday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 5
This documentary series explores some of the world’s most notorious conspiracy theories. As the Anniversary of 9/11 is upon us, the programme explores the conspiracies around the twin towers collapsing. The official conclusions released as to why the towers fell left many unsatisfied – eyewitnesses felt their accounts did not marry, video footage showed molten metal pouring from the buildings and others reported explosions. This programme speaks with metallurgist Christian Simensen and chemist Frank Greening who both believe that the 30 tons of aluminium alloys from the two airliners involved explain phenomenons witnessed perfectly.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
A new series of the consumer show returns with Nikki Fox, Matt Allwright and Steph McGovern. The trio investigate allegations about a safety device in millions of homes in the UK and then put energy companies on the spot as they rank them based on customer service, cost and complaints. Popstar Pixie Lott tackles high street chains who are completely failing the basics of recycling, and in Rogue Traders, Matt takes on an unscrupulous gardening firm who have taken thousands of pounds from innocent customers.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1
When Little Mix rose to fame, four young women were thrust into the spotlight and subject to media attention on a monumental scale. One member in particular, Jesy Nelson, was subject to cruel and unwarranted online abuse for being ‘the fat one’. In this very personal documentary she opens up about the impact the cyberbullies had on her life and on her mental health. Her boyfriend, Love Island star Chris Hughes, reveals how he fell for a woman who had been broken by the bombardment of social media trolls. Fellow Little Mix band members Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne reveal how the torment and stress of Jesy’s bullying also affected the band.
Friday 9pm – 10.50pm, Film4
The existence of an artificially created humanoid balances in the hand of a corporate risk-management consultant as they decide whether to destroy it or not. Sci-fi thriller starring Rose Leslie, Kate Mara and Anya Taylor-Joy.
Saturday 7.15pm – 9pm, BBC2
Saturday 9pm – 10.25pm, BBC1
In a dual programme, Katie Derham hosts the climax of the world famous BBC Proms live from the Albert Hall. In the first part, American mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton joins Sakari Oramo and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Chorus and Singers in a set that includes ballet music from Manual de Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat, classic by Verdi, Bizet and Saint-Salens, Laura Mvula performing Sing to the Moon and a world premiere by Daniel Kidane. In the second set which changes to BBC1, we experience Grainger’s Marching Song of Democracy, the Overture to Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, Gershwin’s I Got Rhythm and Harold Arlen’s Somewhere Over the Rainbow. The night is then closed with the traditional and rousing close with Rule, Britannia!, Land of Hope and Glory and Jerusalem.
Sunday 2pm – 4pm, ITV
Legendary drivers and celebrity enthusiasts take to the track at Goodwood in some of the greatest cars from the 1940s, 50s and 60s. More than 150000 fans dress in period costumes and the venue itself replicates the golden period so all can enjoy the circuit exactly as it was back in its heyday.
Sunday 7pm – 8pm, BBC2
Gleneagles is the venue for this year’s Solheim Cup and Eilidh Barbour presents the highlights of the third and final day as the Europeans seek to take back the trophy from the Americans. The day features the 12 singles matches, in which the Europeans performed well last year, tying it 6-6, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a 16.5-11.5 defeat as the US had totally dominated the opening two days.
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