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TVMucho – Top ten shows March 12 – 19

What TV should you stream this week?

Mon, March 12th, 2018

 

TVMucho brings you the best in free to view TV channels, and this week, like always, there is a ton of great TV available to stream.  Here are our top shows to watch this week. Happy viewing!

Bin Laden: Shoot to Kill – Saturday 17th March – 9pm, More4

 

This intriguing documentary includes analysis of the US operation to track down Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader behind the 9/11 atrocity in New York.

The documentary reconstructs the dramatic events of the search operation and details how late intelligence coming to light almost caused the White House to cancel the mission.

The programme features interviews with insiders at the White House including former President Barack Obama who discusses his recollection of the events.

 

Saving the British Bulldog  – Wednesday 14th March – 9pm, BBC One

The British bulldog is one of the most popular dog breeds in the UK. Demand for the breed as pets has multiplied x4 in the past 15 years and this has led to a trade in smuggling the animals into Britain from Eastern European countries.

The sad reality is that the smugglers have little concern for the dog’s health and safety.

Catherine Tate takes a serious look at the issue, talking to vets, breeders and British Bulldog owners to find out whether there is anything in the controversial new ideas to save the breed.

Stream it live on TVMucho this week.

 

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby – Tuesday 13th March – 9pm, BBC Two

Monica Galetti (of MasterChef fame) and journalist Giles Coren visit an exclusive resort in Switzerland to check out life in one of the world’s most exclusive hotels: Bad Ragaz.

When the pair arrive at the health and wellness tourism resort at the foothills of the Swiss Alps they experience a very different type of travel.

Here guests enjoy thermal spa waters, a bar serving 30 types of mineral water, and a menu offering guests the choice of 14 different kinds of pillows.  Michelin star restaurants, spas and golf courses plus 80 medical staff ensure this is not your ordinary getaway.

 

Greatest Celebrity Wind-Ups Ever! Thursday 15th March – 8pm, Channel 5

Ant and Dec, James Corden, Noel Edmonds, Dom Jolly and Tom Cruise all feature in this compilation of great pranks played on celebrities.

Host Joe Pasquale revisits some of the most hilarious celeb pranks ever caught on camera.

There are accounts from the people behind the tricks, and from the unsuspecting stars who were caught out.

Episode 1 of 6.

 

Sport Relief – Sunday 18th March – 9pm, BBC Two

This show follows the training schedules, pain, and triumphs of several celebrities taking part in Sport Relief for charity.

The TV cameras follow the foursome (Les Dennis, Tameka Empson, Miles Jupp and Susannah Constantine) over a gruelling 10-week period as they find their way back to fitness.

Training includes running, swimming and climbing and culminates in a muddy and challenging assault course in freezing conditions.

The programme showcases two projects that will benefit from the money raised through the Sport Relief fund. Available to stream on TVMucho this Sunday.

 

Britain’s Polar Bear Cub – Sunday 18th March – 7pm, Channel 4

This documentary takes a look behind the scenes at the Highland Wildlife Park as the zoo keepers try to breed the UK’s first polar bear cub in 25 years.

Cameras follow the drama at the wildlife park near Kingussie in Inverness-shire, showing the staff’s day to day highs and lows with the difficult task of breeding one of the Earth’s most endangered species.

 

World War Weird – Saturday 17th March – 1pm, Yesterday

World War Weird is a series that uncovers many of the unsolved mysteries and inexplicable incidents that went without investigation during the chaos of war. From platoons that vanished to alien war machines, each episode offers a compelling story with twists, surprises and revelations.

This episode follows how Russian scientists tried to create a human-ape hybrid in the 1920s.

Catch it on our online TV Stream this Saturday.

Extreme Cake Makers – Saturday 17th March – 5:15pm, E4

If you’ve finally had enough of the post-Christmas diet and healthy eating shows Extreme Cake Makers could be the perfect show for you.

This show is all about cake, cake and more cake. The spectacular creations made by elite bakers manage to outdo anything seen on the Great British Bake Off.

For the Bakewell Festival, the bakers aim to create an ambitious life-sized cow cake weighing 13 stone. Stream it live on TVMucho.

Vera – Friday 16th March – 8pm, ITV3

There have been 8 series of ITV drama Vera to date, but if you’re new to the show now is the perfect time to jump in. ITV 3 are showing episode 1, from series 1 at 8pm this Friday.

Drab in appearance, DCI Vera Stanhope is not your average TV detective. Brenda Blethyn who portrays Vera plays a perfect role, making the detective likeable despite her sharp tongue.

This episode sees Vera and her sidekick Joe investigate two murders – the stylised crime leaves two victims placed in water and surrounded by flowers.

Vera suspects the culprit may be linked to a group of bird-watching friends.

 

Training Day – Friday 16th March – 9pm, 5USA

With an 89% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 7.7 / 10 score on IMBd there’s no doubt the 2001 movie Training Day was a big hit with viewers. So much so that there is now a TV series bearing the same name.

For fans of the film this is sure to be a treat worth tuning in for.

 

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