TV Guide: What to Watch This Week Including Paul O'Grady, For the Love of Dogs
Say hello to Britain's Got Talent, goodbye to Rise and Fall, and don't miss the late Paul O'Grady's final series of For the Love of Dogs
-Monday 10th April-
MasterChef, 8pm, BBC One
MasterChef returns this week as John Torode and Gregg Wallace present the audition round where nine contestants must each prepare a family favourite. After John and Gregg have chosen their three favourites in a blind taste test, the remaining contestants will be set an invention test.
-Tuesday 11th April-
Inside the Factory, 8pm, BBC Two
It’s a case of double Gregg Wallace this week. In this episode of Inside the Factory, he visits the Vale of Mowbray pork pie factory in Northallerton, where the traditional pastries have been made since 1928. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey reveals hacks for the perfect vegan short crust pastry and learns how to drive one of the food-transporting HGVs.
-Wednesday 12th April-
The Bay, 9pm, ITV
Wednesday sees the final episode of this gripping ITV drama. While Jenn is determined to prove who attacked her family, Erin makes a life-changing decision that upsets Chris. But the missing pieces of the investigation will finally come together.
-Thursday 13th April-
Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, 8.30pm, ITV
In the late presenter's final series from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Paul O’Grady meets a newfoundland that needs major life-changing surgery on its back legs, a labrador cross that keeps flooding its kennel and a bichon frise that was found wandering around a forest.
-Friday 14th April-
The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die, Netflix
This feature-length finale of the hit series The Last Kingdom is a highly-anticipated watch. Following King Edward's death, Uhtred of Bebbanburg and his comrades adventure across the kingdom in the hopes of uniting England. But will they succeed?
-Saturday 15th April-
Britain's Got Talent, 8pm, ITV
Sad that Saturday Night Takeaway is over? Don’t worry, Ant and Dec aren’t going anywhere. With newcomer Bruno Tonioli joining Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon on the judging panel, the search for Britain’s best talent is on.
-Sunday 16th April-
Scared of the Dark, 9pm, Channel 4
Danny Dyer hosts as eight celebrities are challenged to live for eight days in complete darkness. Chris Eubank, Paul Gascoigne, Max George, Nicola Adams, Chris McCausland, Scarlett Moffatt, Donna Preston and Chloe Burrows will complete a series of challenges to allow them to win, or lose, vital resources.
-Catch Up On-
Rise and Fall, All 4
The final episode of this game of power is this Thursday – so it’s time to catch up. Grafters have risen, some Rulers have fallen, and many have been eliminated, but only one Ruler can walk away with the cash prize.