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Monday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 4
New series of the hit show in which disabled people search for love and face the pitfalls and highs of speed-dating, matchmaking and blind dates. In the first episode we meet film buff Charlotte, a 21 year old with aspergers who is relentlessly charming. We also meet Mitch, a 24 year old deaf man with a love of all things aquatic and travel to Hampshire to meet 25 year old James who has down syndrome and likes nothing more than to get to the point of things.
Monday 11.05pm – 12.05am, ITV
Seeking to understand what drives women to kill, Piers Morgan travels to the Lowell Correctional Institute in Florida to meet one of America’s most notorious female murderers, Rebecca Fenton. Convicted for the murder of her husband Larry who was shot dead in the family home, Piers learns how she almost got away with the crime until the FBI stepped in and brought her to justice.
Tuesday 8pm – 9.15pm, Channel 4
As the bakers dwindle down, the remaining contestants tackle bread week, which includes the largest bread sculpture challenge the tent has ever seen! But before that they must impress judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood with teatime fruity Signature bake, followed by a technical challenge that appears deceptively simple. It will be the last week in the tent for one contestant but one will stand proud as star baker. Presented by Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig.
Tuesday 9.15pm – 10.15pm, Channel 5
New series presented by George Lamb over three nights this week that challenges four celebrities to live completely alone with nothing more than food, drink, a bed and a toilet. In a world where you can talk to anyone with a phone or internet connection how will Professor Green, Eddie Hall, Anthea Turner and Shazia Mirza cope with the 5 day challenge? Will they manage or leave the show early?
Wednesday 9pm – 10pm, E4
Another bride relinquishes control of her big day to her husband to be. Controlling bride-to-be Lauren is unawares that laid back fiance Courtney is planning to take their wedding to the caravan park she visits every year! Will she or won’t she go through with her big day? Has Courtney made a big mistake or will his sentimental thought pay off?
Thursday 9.45pm – 10pm, BBC2
Comedian Sara Pascoe stars in a comedy short exploring matters of the heart in a series of animations and live sketches. Sara ponders and asks whether humans are meant to be monogamous and questions the value of jazz music.
Friday 10pm – 1.05am, ITV4
Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning thriller about a cop infiltrating the inner circle of a Boston mobster, unawares that another cop is already undercover in the mobsters gang. The police and the criminal gang discover there is a mole in the ranks and the two detectives battle it out to expose each other as the infiltrator to save themselves. Stars Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Martin Sheen and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Saturday 7.10pm – 8.25pm, BBC1
The past 15 series of Strictly Come Dancing has brought some memorable and fantastic times, and in this special show some of the best-loved celebrity dancers share these experiences. From mishaps to meltdowns, spray tans and sequins to some of the most iconic and famous moments in the show the celebs share their favourites.
Sunday 11.15am – 6.15pm, ITV4
Round nine of the British Touring Car Championship comes live from Silverstone where races 25, 26 and 27 will take place. Also features the Porsche Carrera Cup, GT4 Supercup, F4 British Championship, Ginetta Juniors and Clio Cup UK. Presented by Louise Goodman and Steve Rider, with commentary by Tim Harvey, Phil Glew, Richard John Neil, Paul O’Neill and David Addison.
Sunday 10.05pm – 10.40pm, ITV
Comedy panel show hosted by Alexander Armstrong, with Debra Stephenson, Rory Bremner and guests Anil Desai and Jan Ravens taking on the challenges of impressions. Featuring many different voices and impersonations, including The Terminator as reimagined by primary school children and a side to Prince Charles one may have not seen before.
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