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Monday 8.30pm – 9pm, BBC1
The body of Emma Caldwell was found in woods in Biggar, Lanarkshire in May 2005. No one was ever brought to justice for her murder. Samantha Poling investigates the murder, revealing serious police failings and the dangers that sex workers face in what is one of Scotland’s most high profile unsolved murder cases.
Monday 10pm – 11pm, Channel 5
Hosted by Mark Wright, 15 single women compete in the reality show to win over owner of a personal fitness training business, Alex. The dates take place at stunning locations in South Africa, Antigua and the UK. Cape Town is the destination for the ladies in the first episode, but Mark throws a curveball before they get anywhere near Alex. The woman must impress the bachelor to catch his attention ahead of the first rose ceremony.
Tuesday 8pm – 9pm, BBC2
Gregg Wallace travels to Italy and visits an enormous factory where they produce over 400000 frozen pizzas each day! Ruth Goodman investigates how technology allows frozen foods to be transported all over the world and Cherry Healey looks at the science behind choosing mozzarella on pizzas.
Tuesday 9.15pm – 10.15pm, Channel 5
Historians Dr Suzannah Lipscomb and Dan Jones along with engineer Rob Bell explore the history of the capital as it fared during the deadly plague, devastating fires and daring invasions. They also look at its origins as a small Roman trading post to the focus of the British Empire and onto the thriving metropolis it is today. The first episode explores the first 1000 years of The Big Smoke.
Wednesday 9pm – 10.50pm, Channel 4
The first of a two part documentary exploring the accounts of two boys who experienced similar but separate experiences when they were befriended by Michael Jackson. Wade Robson, was seven and James ‘Jimmy’ Safechuck was ten when they were introduced into this the singers singular and wondrous world, but now in the their 30’s and 40’s, present a much more sinister and evil experience. Both report years of sustained abuse and this documentary by Dan Reed allows the feelings to be confronted.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1
The Apprentice returns with two teams of celebrities taking on Alan Sugar’s challenge – they must organise and host a cabaret theme night in less than 48 hours. The teams will be watched by eagle-eyed Claude Littner and Karren Brady. Using their contacts, the teams will have to call in favours, approach business for services and even perform! The team who makes the most money will win. Contestants include Ayda Williams, Amanda Holden, Rylan Clark-Neal, Rachel Johnson, Omid Djalili, Tameka Empson, Russell Kane, Sam Allardyce and Kelly Hoppen.
Friday 10.35pm – 12.25am, BBC1
In the 1960s, the women making upholstery at Ford’s London plant campaign for their right to equal pay, which only results in the company declaring their work as unskilled. The women revolt and protest across the country, taking their grievance to parliament and demanding the law is changed. Fact-based comedy drama starring Miranda Richardson, Sally Hawkins and Bob Hoskins.
Saturday 2pm – 4.30pm, BBC1
Kick-off 2.15pm. Live from Murrayfield the Scots take on Wales in the opening match of the fourth round of fixtures. Wales will go into the game confident – Scotland have been terrible against them in recent years and with their injury woes and poor performance against the Irish they’ll need to pull something out of the bag. Wales need to win to keep their hopes of winning the campaign alive as they face Ireland in their last fixture. Presented by John Inverdale with commentary by Chris Paterson, Martyn Williams, Andrew Cotter and John Barclay.
Sunday 2.15pm – 5.30pm, ITV
Kick-off 3pm. From the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland take on France. The home side will be confident, despite losing to England in the opening match and will aim to take advantage of the French who have lost to Wales and England. Ireland pipped France last year with a drop goal in the last 6 minutes and went on to win the grand slam. France have it all against them but will aim to build on defeating the Scots at Murrayfield. Presented by Jill Douglas with commentary by Miles Harrison and Gordon D’Arcy.
Sunday 6pm – 8pm, ITV
It’s the final of the skating challenge and the three remaining celebrities and their professional partners have to performs a special showcase routine choreographed by none other than Torvill and Dean. The skating legends, along with fellow judges Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo will then pick one if the pairs to be eliminated from the final. The remaining two couples will then go on to perform Torvill and Dean’s signature Bolero, before one of them will be crowned champion for the series. The entire cast of this year’s show also return for one last performance on the ice.
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