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TV Guide: What to Watch This Week including Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins and The Voice

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August 2022
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Get stuck into a new drama or indulge in reality TV – be inspired by our top TV picks

What’s on your watch list this week?

Monday 29th August

The Suspect, 9pm, ITV

A life-changing medical diagnosis has thrown psychologist Joe off balance. When a young woman is found murdered, DS Riya Devi suggests asking Joe for a professional opinion, but is there something he’s not telling the police? ITV's adaptation of Michael Robotham's best-selling 2019 novel begins this week and we’re sure this new series is going to be gripping (it’s from the producers of Line of Duty and Vigil). 

Tuesday 30th August

I Am a Killer, Netflix

Yet another pick for lovers of true crime, don’t miss I Am a Killer as season three heads to Netflix this Tuesday. Death row inmates give firsthand accounts of their crimes in this documentary series. If you need something new to binge, we suggest starting with season one.

Wednesday 31st August

Changing Rooms, 8pm, Channel 4

Let Home DIY-ers inspire you to renovate with the help of interior design icon Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. In this episode, he’s with Whinnie Williams in the West Yorkshire village of Haworth to help a mother and son make over a room in each other's homes. In doing so, they realise updating historic buildings isn’t an easy challenge.

Thursday 1st September

Travel Man: 48 Hours in…, Netflix

To kick off September, 2015’s Travel Man series is coming to Netflix. You’ll join comedian Richard Ayoade (who has an efficient approach to travel), as he explores top tourist destinations in just 48 hours. That should give you the travel inspo you need, or plenty of laughs if not.

Friday 2nd September

Bad Sisters, Apple TV+

New to  Apple TV+, this dark comedy thriller follows the lives of the Garvey sisters, who are bound together by the premature death of their parents. When their brother-in-law died, his life insurers begin an investigation to prove malicious intent. But could the sisters be to blame? Episode four is out on Friday so it’s time to start catching up.

Saturday 3rd September

The Voice UK, 8pm, ITV

Like it or loathe it, The Voice returns this weekend. Emma Willis will once again host the return of the spinning-chair singing contest, with Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Tom Jones and on the coaching panel. We’ll leave it up to you to decide whether singing competitions and talent shows have had their day or not… 

Sunday 4th September

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, 9pm, Channel 4

Following the hype of this year’s series of SAS: Who Dares Wins where Paige Zima, a forensic science student who recently completed her studies at Teesside University, decided to take on the challenge (and made it to the end), the celebrity edition returns this weekend. We’re excited to see EastEnders actress Maisie Smith and Geordie Love Island winner Amber Gill taking on the challenge. 

Catch Up On

Arctic Monkeys Live at the BBC, BBC iPlayer

We invite you to head back in time to 2018 and share our excitement over the news of a new Arctic Monkeys album release next month. On BBC iPlayer, you can watch them perform live for BBC Radio 1 at the Maida Vale studios, with tracks from their last album Tranquillity Base Hotel & Casino, and classics from their back catalogue of hits to get in the mood.

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