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Monday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 4
As the U.K. heads towards Brexit shrouded in uncertainty and the Prime Minister balances the unenviable task of ensuring a deal that benefits the country as a whole, Channel 4 seeks to understand exactly what the British people really think of the deal currently on offer. The channel commissioned a large independent survey across 20000 people from every constituency, social class and political persuasion to hear their views. The results are now in and put to politicians and those who will benefit or lose out most from the EU departure, all before a live studio audience. Presented by Krishnan Guru-Murthy.
Monday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex embark on their first official Royal Tour across the South Pacific, visiting New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji and Australia. Barely six months on from their wedding they spend 16 days looking at issues close to their hearts, starting the tour by opening the Invictus Games. The couple also announced some special news while down under.
Tuesday 8pm – 10pm, ITV
It’s the annual time to have a box of tissues handy as Carol Vorderman hosts the 2018 Pride of Britain awards at London’s Grosvenor House. Aided by Diversity’s Ashley Banjo she pays tribute to the extraordinary and remarkable achievements of people over the past year. The pair are joined by a host of celebrities to honour the winners, including Ellie Goulding, David Jason, Major Tim Peake and Prince Charles. Winners this year include the British divers who were at the heart of rescuing boys from a deep Thai cave.
Wednesday 9pm – 10.30pm, Channel 5
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport, Delta airlines main hub, processes over two million passengers a week through its terminals, which results in a flight taking of or landing every 15 seconds. This documentary goes behind the scenes to reveal how the airport copes and employs an army of people and cutting edge technology to keep things running smoothly.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
Nick Knowles returns to help brave members of the public adapt and overcome. In this episode he helps Amanda, a mother of four who in the summer of 2015 fell off of her bike when training for an endurance event, suffering life changing injuries which left her paralysed. She spent the next six months in the Stoke Mandeville hospital spinal unit while husband Vic looked after their children. Returning home in a wheelchair she was determine to compete again. Unfortunately the house is completely unsuitable for Amanda, so Nick and his DIY SOS team, bolstered by local tradesmen, are determined to help.
Thursday 10pm – 11.05pm, Channel 4
Two more singles searching for love attempt to find it by starting back to front! Jamie is fed up of groupies, his musician lifestyle in Edinburgh isn’t conducive with finding love. Meanwhile, twenty year old Jasmin from Bognor Regis suffers from ME and wants to meet someone who accepts and understands her condition. Anna Richardson shows them each six naked people to choose from, each of which are revealed one section at a time.
Friday 7.30pm – 10pm, BBC1
Kick off 7.55pm. Live coverage of the first round tie between Haringey Borough and AFC Wimbledon from Coles Park. The Dons travel to eight tier Haringey who have previously never reached this far in the FA Cup, the League One side will be feeling confident but the beauty of football is nothing is guaranteed and the neutral will be hoping for an upset. Presented by Dan Walker and with analysis by Dion Dublin and Alex Scott.
Saturday 8.30pm – 10.10pm, BBC1
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, Huw Edwards presents the coverage of the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance concert from the Royal Albert Hall. Presented in front of the Queen and other member of the royal family the show includes performances by Sir Bryn Terfel, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and the Kingdom Choir, Sheridan Smith, Tom Jones, Danny Jones, Tom Fletcher and the RAF Squadronaires, accompanied by the Band of HM Royal Marines and the Central Band if the Royal Air Force. This year the show also celebrates the centenary of the Royal Air Force.
Saturday 10.15pm – 12.15am, Channel 4
When the inventor of robot with advanced artificial intelligence is found dead, the detective investigating his murder is convinced one of the scientists creations is responsible for the crime – but no one believes him as the robots were programmed to prevent them from causing harm to humans. Sci-fi thriller starring Alan Tudyk, Will Smith and Bridget Moynahan.
Sunday 10am – 1.30pm, BBC1
Tina Daheley, David Dimbleby and Dan Snow present live coverage of the service of remembrance from the Cenotaph, attended by members of the royal family, dignitaries and thousands of veterans. The coverage includes the Royal British Legion’s march past, the two minute silence and a procession of 10000 members of the public in a tribute to all of the soldiers who died in the First World War.
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