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TVMucho – Top ten shows – Week Commencing 30 September 2019

What are our TV picks of the week?

Mon, September 30th, 2019

TVMucho is the perfect solution for expats and travellers abroad looking for UK TV on demand. What are our TV picks of the week ? Read on to find out our top TV picks for the next 7 days.

The Khashoggi Murder Tapes – Panorama

Monday 8.30pm – 9pm, BBC1

Twelve months ago, the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered his country’s consulate in Istanbul, only to be brutally murdered. Jane Corbin investigates the incident, speaking to some of the very few who have listened to secret recordings from inside the building. They reveal exactly what happened to the outspoken journalist, detailing the deployment of a hit squad to carry out the killing and the subsequent cover up. She also hears evidence which suggests the authority for his death was sanctioned at the highest levels of the Saudi government, and asks whether the prospect of high value trade deals with the West has resulted in many countries turning a blind-eye to what has happened.

 

What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day

Monday 9pm – 10pm, BBC2

This new series explores the United Kingdom’s international trading relationships as they are about to embark on the biggest challenge in decades. Cherry Healy, Ed Balls and Ade Adepitan explore the mechanisms and science that enables the UK to import and export goods on a global scale. Cherry meets a farmer who is keeping the Middle East supplied with apples, Ade visits Perú where farmers are kept thriving with the demands from Britain’s obsession with healthy eating and Ed is at the London Gateway port learning all the tricks of the trade.

 

Back to the Future

Tuesday 8pm – 10.20pm, E4

Travelling back to the 1950’s in his eccentric friends Deloreon time machine, teenager Marty McFly accidentally alters the course of history. His actions prevents the sequence of events in which his parents fall in love, now Marty must get his father to win his mother’s heart, or he will never exist. Sci-fi comedy starring Crispin Glover, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lea and Michael J Fox.

 

Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport

Wednesday 8pm – 8.30pm, ITV

Going behind the scenes, this documentary explores the daily lives of the people working at the UKs busiest airport. This week, police are called to a gate to deal with a serious emergency, and out on the airfield Ian shows off his muscles.

 

The Apprentice

Wednesday 9pm –10pm, BBC1

A new series of the business-based reality show returns, where 16 hopeful candidates compete against each other for a chance to win a life changing opportunity with Lord Sugar. The first challenge starts 6000 miles away from London in the South African capital, Cape Town, where the teams are to set up and run their own vineyard and safari tours. One groups approach to premium prices is a problem while the other groups brash approach to sales causes commotion.

 

The Met: Policing London

Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1

This new series follows the UK’s busiest and biggest police force as they tackle crimes and support victims all over the countries capital. CID in Croydon investigate as radio sports pundit Simon Jordan is robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight, elsewhere the Met’s Sapphire team deal with a severely distressed woman who has been horrifically raped by a stranger.

 

Inside the Cockpit: The Concorde Crash

Friday 9.15pm – 10.15pm, Channel 5

When Air France flight AF4950 crashed shortly after take off from Charles de Gaulle airport on the 25th July 2000, all 109 passengers and crew were killed, as well as 4 people on the ground. The world was in shock, the aircraft had an unblemished record in 24 years of commercial service and was considered to be extremely safe. In this documentary, French and British accident investigators re-examine the crash and present the causes.

 

Live Women’s International Football

Saturday 12.35pm – 2.45pm, BBC1

Kick-off 12.45pm. Live from the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, England take on the skillful Brazil. The Lionesses have beaten their opponents twice in the past year, most recently in the She Believes Cup where they triumphed 2-1, they also notched up a 1-0 victory this time last year in a friendly in Nottingham. Phil Neville’s side have struggled since their fourth place finish in the World Cup though, losing 2-1 to Norway and drawing 3-3 with Belgium. They’ll need to put in a performance and overcome their poor run of form to beat the Brazillians for a third time.

 

La La Land

Saturday 9.20pm – 11.20pm, BBC2

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Bafta-award winning musical by Damien Chazelle. A struggling jazz musician and an actress moving from job to job fall in love and attempt to fulfil their dreams in Los Angeles. However, staying true to their beliefs is much harder than expected. Stars Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and John Legend.

 

The Americas with Simon Reeve

Sunday 9pm – 10pm, BBC2

Simon Reeve explores the entire American continent as he travels the length and breadth. The experienced explorer starts his expedition in the most northern point of Alaska, travelling south through the beautiful Canadian landscapes to the border with the USA. Witnessing climate change first hand he visits a glacier in the Denali National Park, he hunts caribou with native Americans, comes face to face with a severe opioid addiction problem in Vancouver and also hears from both sides of a conflict over an oil drilling plan.

 

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