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Monday 8pm – 8.30pm, Channel 4
Dispatches takes an in depth look at the closest men to both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn. The PM’s special advisor Dominic Cummings and the Labour leader’s communications and strategy director Seamus Milne come under the spotlight as they are both widely seen as disruptive and sit outside the control of the mainstream of the respective parties. Their influence and input are of a concern to many as they have been instrumental in the attempt to deliver Brexit and the public have to question how these unelected officials are wielding so much power in their attempt to shape Britain.
Monday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
Celebrating half a century of exploring gardens around the world, the veteran broadcaster explores his favourite horticultural locations in the UK with fellow experts and friends across. He tours Griff Rys Jones’ epic space, meets Mary Berry at his favourite vegetable plot, explores Prince Charles’ Highgrove Garden and takes a very close look at the hallowed turf on Wimbledon’s Centre Court. Venturing down the nostalgia street, Alan also visits the allotment where he was first introduced to gardening as a toddler.
Tuesday 8pm – 10pm, ITV
Celebrating 20 years of the awards, Carol Vorderman presents the show which honours unsung heroes from across the UK. Each recipient has been chosen by a panel of judges from more than 20000 nominations. Presenting the awards are famous faces from across the worlds of TV, film, sports and music, including Helen Mirren Michael Caine, Chris Pratt, David Jason, Robert Downey Jr and Prince Charles.
Wednesday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
Twenty-eight year old Karis has cerebral palsy and lives with her mother, Karen, but sadly Karen’s health is now deteriorating and providing care for her daughter is becoming impossible. To assist, the family have decided Karis should move in with her older sister Jo, but her home is totally inaccessible for Karis and large adjustments need to be made. Nick Knowles and the team step in and decide to build a two-storey extension.
Wednesday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1
This week on the Apprentice the two teams head to a theme park where they are then challenged to create and market their own roller coaster, which they will pitch to the theme park’s management. The candidates will turn their idea into a 4-D ride, but as ever there are plenty of hiccups along the way – poor communication costs one team dearly and neither have the most productive pitch. At least one candidate will be fired in the boardroom as Lord Sugar lets the group know exactly how he feels.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
Going behind the scenes of Sainsbury’s, this documentary gives the public a view of the supermarket not normally seen. After a particularly tough Christmas trading period, the staff are tasked to go all out at Mother’s Day in an attempt to maximise profits through flower sales. The brand brings in Claire Ptak, the creator of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding cake, to help create a cake to mark the supermarket’s 150 years of trading. We also see how the proposed merger with Asda is progressing, hearing decisions and enquiries from regulators to determine whether the company will get the go-ahead to be the biggest supermarket in the UK.
Friday 7.30pm – 10pm, BBC2
Kick-off 7.55pm. Live from Champion Hill comes the first-round tie of the FA Cup between National League South side Dulwich Hamlet and League Two Carlisle United. Dulwich saw off fellow National League South side Havant and Waterloo 2-1 to reach this stage of the competition for the first time since 1998. Carlisle have been struggling for form in the league and Dulwich will be optimistic in pulling off an upset. Presented by Dan Walker, with analysis from Karen Carney and Micah Richards.
Saturday 2.40pm – 4.15pm, BBC2
When a young naive woman becomes governess in a mysterious Yorkshire mansion she falls for her intimidating but charismatic employer. But unbeknownst to her, the master of the house is hiding a dark secret. Classic romantic period drama based on the Charlotte Bronte novel. Stars Orson Wells, Joan Fontaine, Margaret O’Brien and Agnes Moorhead.
Saturday 9pm – 10:45pm, BBC1
Huw Edwards presents the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance from the Royal Albert Hall, in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and other members of the Royal family. Alongside the Band of HM Royal Marines and the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, there are performances from Leona Lewis, James Blunt and Jeff Goldblum.
Sunday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 4
It’s the final episode as the four remaining contestants attempt to outwit the Hunters and make it to the extraction point in just three days time. Chefs Also Zilli and Jean-Christophe Novelli are reunited after splitting up and make their way as discreetly as possible. Meanwhile, Gavin Henson places himself and Martin Offiah directly into the Hunters sights as he foolishly decides to travel to his home to replenish supplies. Will any of the four evade capture and be triumphant?
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