TV Guide: New Documentaries and Dramas, Plus Ant and Dec are Back
Here's everything you'll want to watch this week
-Monday 27th February-
Unforgotten, 9pm, ITV
Crime drama Unforgotten (starring Sanjeev Bhaskar and Sinead Keenan) returns to ITV this week. The team must identify the victim after a severed leg is discovered inside a chimney, while Cassie’s replacement has a rocky start.
-Tuesday 28th February-
The Girl in the Box: The Kidnapping of Stephanie Slater, 9pm, Channel 5
In part one of this two-part series, we follow the kidnap of 25-year-old estate agent Stephanie Slater in 1992 and how Michael Sams (who demanded a £175,000 ransom) attempted to evade police
-Wednesday 1st March-
Saving Lives in Leeds, 9pm, BBC Two
This new documentary follows medical workers for Leeds Hospitals Trust. At Leeds General Infirmary, Professor Simon Kay performs a rare double hand transplant, and in neurosurgery Kenan Deniz has two patients needing urgent brain operations.
-Thursday 2nd March-
A new tale of survival comes to Netflix on Thursday. Two friends battle the odds after a daring climb up a radio tower in the desert leaves them trapped 2,000 feet in the air. Scott Mann directs this thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat.
-Friday 3rd March-
Next in Fashion, Netflix
Joining Tan France, Gigi Hadid and Alexa Chung, designers compete to win prize money and a chance to become the next big thing in fashion. Season two comes to Netflix on Friday.
-Saturday 4th March-
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, 7pm, ITV
And and Dec are back on our screens to kick off Saturday nights (the show returned last week). This week, rapper Big Zuu is the star guest announcer and famous faces including Davina McCall and Keith Lemon will appear in the premiere of a whodunit.
-Sunday 5th March-
Paul Whitehouse: Our Troubled Rivers, 8pm, BBC Two
Actor, writer and comedian Paul Whitehouse is traveling around England and Wales looking at the issues that rivers and waterways are facing. He’s starting in the North and will meet concerned locals at the River Wharfe, a conservationist warning of the ecological decline in Lake Windemere, and singer Feargal Sharkey, who is campaigning to prevent water companies dumping sewage.
-Catch Up On-
You & Me, ITVX
When Ben met Jess it was love at first sight, but a tragedy leaves him struggling to move on. This three-part drama premiered on ITVX last week, and all three episodes are available to watch now.