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TVMucho – Top ten shows of the week May 27 – June 4

What are our TV picks of the week?

Mon, May 27th, 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.

Springwatch 2019

Monday 7.30pm – 9pm, BBC2

New series of the programme which follows the highs and lows of the lives of wildlife across the UK. Michaela Strachan, Chris Packham and Iolo Williams present the show from Dell of Abernethy in the Cairngorms National Park. Gillian Burke is at the opposite end of the country in Cornwall where she provides reports on the state of the nations coastal wildlife. This series also witnesses the launch of the biggest science project for Springwatch viewers ever; the public will be asked to survey the wildlife living in their gardens.


A Very British Sex Shop

Monday 10pm – 11.05pm, Channel 4

This unique documentary takes us behind the scenes of the Richardsons business life and their chain of sex shops in Brighton. The families business life and daily dealings with customers offers a distinctively different perspective to viewers of the British public’s bedroom habits. This program charts how the family set out to keep the businesses successful and how they set out to make the most of the Valentine season, game of ‘Sexy Bingo’ anyone?


Sinking Cities: London

Tuesday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 5

This documentary follows the work of the experts seeking ways to protect cities from the sea levels rising as a result of climate change. The first program in the series focuses on London, a thriving metropolis that faces two serious environmental challenges – the first being the city is built on a flood plain, and secondly, the increasing rainfall. With these threats, many experts believe the Thames barrier may no longer be capable of protecting the nation’s capital. The episode also explores the development of floating buildings.


Missing Flight MH370: The New Evidence

Wednesday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 5

Delving deep behind the scenes on one of the 21st century’s greatest mysteries, cameras reveal from high profile Malaysian officials what really happened behind the closed doors when MH370 disappeared on the 8th of March 2014. We hear the personal accounts of the head of Malaysia Airlines, Malaysian defence minister and the Malaysian Prime Minister as they dealt with the shock and emotion from an entire nation.


The Final Mission: Foxy’s War

Thursday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 4

Former Special Forces soldier Jason Fox spent more than 3 years on tour in Afghanistan nearly a decade ago, yet he still suffers from flashbacks and PTSD that the conflict imparted on him. Jason saw friends seriously injured and killed, he himself narrowly avoided death numerous times. Facing his demons he returns to the country which changed so many people’s lives, meeting old friends and facing former enemies. He asks whether the sacrifices made by all were worth the legacy they left.


Dying for a Degree

Thursday 11.35pm – 12.15am, BBC1

This special one-off documentary tells the story and fight one family endure as the seek the answers as to why their daughter took her own life. In a shocking 18 month period 11 University of Bristol students killed themselves, Natasha Abrahart was one of them. Her family now desperately want to know the reasons why she did what she did.


For a Few Dollars More

Friday 11.05pm – 1.10am, BBC2

A military veteran and a gunslinger form an unlikely and uneasy alliance to track down a notorious outlaw. The duo’s different motives for hunting down their target soon leads to heightened tensions and puts them at increasing odds. Sergio Leone’s Western sequel, starring Mara Krup, Lee Van Cleef, Josef Egger, Klaus Kinski, Gian Maria Volonte and Clint Eastwood.


Holst: The Planets with Professor Brian Cox

Saturday 9pm – 10.30pm, BBC2

The BBC Symphony Orchestra present Gustav Holst’s The Planets from the London Barbican, in a concert which was performed in September 2018 to celebrate the centenary of the premiere. However, this performance has a special scientific twist – before each piece, Professor Brian Cox presents the discoveries about each planet from modern science.


Live Challenge Cup Rugby League

Sunday 2.15pm – 5pm, BBC2

Kick-off 2.45pm. Live coverage of the remaining quarter final in the Challenge Cup comes from the Odsal Stadium where Bradford Bulls take on Halifax RLFC. The teams are the only representatives left from the championship and both Willard this as a fantastic opportunity to go within one match of the final to be played at Wembley. The draw for the semi-final follows the end of the match.


Britain’s Got Talent Live Final

Sunday 7.30pm – 10.05pm, ITV

It’s the live final of the 13th series where contestants vie for both a £250000 prize and a spot performing at The Royal Variety Performance. Ant and Dec host the show with regular judges Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell passing opinion on who they believe should win.


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