Monday, BBC1, 9pm
Knockout week begins as hosts John Torode and Gregg Wallace continue their search for this year’s MasterChef. The remaining 16 contestants battle it out against each other in two large groups. In this episode, the first group head to a busy London restaurant to test out their skills under pressure.
Monday, ITV, 9pm
The second series of this thrilling drama continues as a crucial piece of new evidence is revealed. Laura, with the help of Katy and Liam, is led to a shocking new suspect, while Andrew becomes desperate and concocts a drastic plan. We’re one step closer to discovering the truth, in the penultimate episode of the series. Starring Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey) and Ioan Gruffudd (Titanic, Fantastic Four)
Robbie Lyle – Football Fans Under Their Skin
Monday, ITV, 10:45pm (not Wales, UTV, STV Central)
Most people know Robbie Lyle as the funny football fan behind Arsenal Fan TV. In this documentary special, Lyle delves into the ugly side of the sport, looking at racism directed at supporters. Lyle and other familiar faces in football discuss their personal experiences with racist abuse throughout the years.
Tuesday, BBC1, 9pm
Classic British military series continues on BBC1. Georgie struggles to deal with her continual grief for Elvis. Georgie travels into the mountains on a risky medical operation with Dr Bahil and opens up about her difficult past. When things start to go wrong, Dr Bahil’s life is put at risk. Meanwhile, Prof gets a new opportunity, and Mimi makes a worrying mistake. Starring Michelle Keegan and Ben Aldridge.
Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip
Thursday, ITV, 9pm
Cooking legends Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix set off for a foodie tour of America. In the first episode, the trio are in Mexico. Will they succeed in finding the perfect breakfast on their travels? Join them in a chilli-tasting competition, a beach buggy race, and in watching some Mexican wrestling – tune in to see if the daring trio join in!
Noughts + Crosses
Thursday, BBC1, 9pm
In the penultimate episode of the dystopian race drama, tensions continue to mount. The McGregors are told horrifying news that shakes the family, and Kamal increases racial segregation across Albion. Meanwhile Sephy and Callum drift further and further apart as Callum becomes more and more entrenched in the Liberation Movement. Adapted from the novel by Malorie Blackman, and starring Jack Rowan (Peaky Blinders), Helen Baxendale (Friends, Cold Feet), and Masali Baduza (Born to Kill).
Live at the Apollo
Thursday, BBC2, 10pm
Join Frankie Boyle as he hosts an evening of comedy at the Apollo. Featuring comedy from up-and-comer Jack Carroll and the British comedy legend Holly Walsh. Tune in for this long-running comedy show for some cutting edge stand up filmed at the famous Apollo theatre.
Have I Got News For You
Friday, BBC1, 9pm
A new series of this long-running news quiz tackles current issues with wise-cracking regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Join them and other well-known comedians as they take on this week’s news.
My Grandparents’ War: Mark Rylance
Saturday, Channel 4, 7pm
This documentary series follows celebrities as they discover how their grandparents fared in the Second World War. Today, acting legend of stage and screen Mark Rylance (known for the BFG and Bridge of Spies) discovers that his grandfather survived one of the most horrific atrocities of WWII – a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Follow Rylance as he speaks to others who survived similar conditions and learn about the horrible devastation of the fire and atom bombs that fell on Japan.
Bend It Like Beckham
Sunday, Channel 4, 4:30pm
Channel 4 brings us the classic 2002 teen flick Bend It Like Beckham, starring Keira Knightley (Pride and Prejudice, Anna Karenina), Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors, Match Point), and Parminder Nagra (ER). What happens when an English schoolgirl defies her strict Indian parents and peruses her passion for football? Jess joins a team in secret while navigating the trials and tribulations of teenaged life. This joyous early noughties film is filled with both comedy and drama, and is a perfect pick for the whole family.
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