Here is our take on the best shows to watch on TV this week. Remember with a TVMucho membership, you can access free to air TV satellites from anywhere in the world.
Inside No 9
Monday, BBC2, 9pm
This is the final episode of the series in the dark comedy Inside No 9.
The show is written by and starring the genius creators behind hit shows The League of Gentlemen and Psychoville so expect a similar dark and twisted humour brilliantly acted out by Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.
Tonight, two officers are working the night shift together but after PC Thompson’s previous partner died in a brutal attack, the forensic evidence has mysteriously gone missing. Now PCSO Varney is beginning to ask a lot of awkward questions, what will he uncover?
The Great Celebrity Bake Off
Tuesday, 8pm, Channel 4
Comedians Jenny Eclair and Russell Howard, plus documentary maker Louis Theroux, and athlete Ovie Soko join this year’s celebrity version of the bake off. Tonight they are tasked with a classic bake, a choux sculpture that illustrates their perfect day, and to make a giant biscuit.
Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding present with judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
Harry Redknapp’s Sandbanks Summer
Wednesday, 8pm, ITV
Harry Redknapp takes a fishing and camping trip with his family, including the grandkids. Once there he aims to go fishing with his grandson and catch then cook dinner for everyone.
To prepare for the task he takes a cookery masterclass with the head chef of a nearby restaurant. Harry’s son Jamie joins him for a game of crazy golf.
Villages by the Sea
Thursday, 7.30pm, BBC 2
Holy Island, also known as Lindisfarne, is an island off the coast in Northumberland.
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne gets its name from the time monks lived here and spread Christianity to the rest of northern England.
The village survived Viking attacks and today it is inhabited by residents, and regularly visited by thousands of tourists.
Sport Relief 2020
Friday 7pm, BBC 1
Sports Relief 2020 highlights include Killing Steves, a spoof spin-off of the hit show Killing Eve. There are also two teams of celebrities taking part in The Greatest Dancer for Sport Relief. Romesh Ranganathan takes on tennis legend Andy Murray and there are performances from Celeste, Rita Ora, and John Newman. Hosted by Gary Lineker, Paddy McGuinness, Emma Willis, and Alex Scott.
How healthy is your gut
Friday, 8pm, Channel 4
Why is the gut is so important? How does it affect a person’s overall wellbeing?
Scientists believe it affects everything from moods, sleep, and energy levels.
In this show, 6 volunteers with common stomach complaints look at some of the most popular gut health regimes, including colonic hydrotherapy and a 10-night intense detox programme.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Saturday, 7.25pm, BBC 1
Sci-fi adventure following a boy who grows up in outer space after being abducted by aliens.
He has grown up to be part of a gang of mercenaries in a far-flung galaxy taking on missions for payments. His band of unlikely friends break out of prison and plan to sell a mysterious orb for as much as they can.
Saturday 10:45pm, ITV
A fact-based story that tells the story of 1970s drug kingpin Frank Lucas.
The gangster developed unique methods of smuggling heroin into the US making him a leading figure in the New York criminal underworld.
The story follows the investigation of a detective assigned to bring down the drug empire, but the case is undermined by corruption.
Formula 1: Australian Grand Prix Highlights
Sunday 2:10pm, Channel 4
It’s the first Grand Prix of the season from Albert Park, Melbourne.
Lewis Hamilton starts the season as defending champion again after dominating last season driving for Mercedes. Highlights presented by Steve Jones with analysis from David Coulthard and Mark Webber.
Blue Planet II
Sunday 5:35pm, BBC One
The incredible nature documentary series follows the lives of animals living on the coast in this episode.
Animals featured include sea lions working in packs to hunt tuna, molting king penguins going without food for a month, Puffins evading predators to feed their young and a leaping blenny – a fish that does not like water!
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