TV Guide 11.09.2017 |

TV Guide

Monday 11th September

Liar, 9pm, ITV

Gripping six-part drama, starring Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd, chronicling the story of a teacher caught up in a romance with a surgeon whose son also studies at her school. After their first date, rumours and accusations begin to circulate and the couple quickly find themselves entangled in a web of deceit and confusion.


NEW SERIES: Upstart Crow, 8:30pm, BBC Two

David Mitchell returns as William Shakespeare, with Liza Tarbuck as his loving wife, in this comedy scripted by Ben Elton. Steve Toussaint, Harry Enfield, Paula Wilcox and Mark Heap also star.


Rellik, 9pm, BBC One

Unravelling the truth behind a series of murders, DCI Gabriel Markham hunts down a brutal serial killer. This thriller-in-reverse was created by the writers of cult hit The Missing and stars Richard Dormer, Jodi Balfour and Paterson Joseph.


Wednesday 13th September 


The Other One, 10pm, BBC Two

A comedy about two sisters who share the same name - Catherine Walcott - but had no idea the other existed until their father drops dead. Starring Ellie White, Lauren Socha and Rebecca Front.


NEW SERIES: Stella, 9pm, Sky 1

Return of this heartwarming comedy, written by and starring Ruth Jones. When an old friend shows up in need of help, Stella finds herself torn between Pontyberry and a new life abroad.


Thursday 14th September 

Without Limits: Vietnam, 8pm, BBC One

The first of a two-part documentary in which six people with big personalities and different physical disabilities, embark on an ambitious 900-mile journey through Vietnam.


Saturday 16th September 


The A-Z of Later - with Jools Holland: From Adele to ZZ Top, 10:15pm, BBC Two 

Highlights from the past 25 years of the music programme including the TV debuts of Adele and Amy Winehouse.


The Jonathan Ross Show, 9:15pm, ITV

The chat show host is joined by some of the stars of The Great British Bake-Off, with old hand Paul Hollywood and new presenter Noel Fielding dropping in to discuss the current series. Joining them are a trio of Oscar-winners in the shape of Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Julianne Moore, and young British talent, Taron Egerton. Craig David also performs live in the studio.


Sunday 17th September 


Strike - The Silkworm, 9pm, BBC One

Private investigator, Cormoran Strike, looks to solve the mystery of missing novelist, Owen Quine, in this conclusion of the two-part adaptation of JK Rowling's detective novel.


Electric Dreams: The Hood Maker, 9pm, Channel 4

Sci-fi anthology series featuring stories based on the works of Philip K Dick and featuring Steve Buscemi and Bryan Cranston.


PREMIERE: Risk, 10pm, BBC Two 

Documentary shot over the course of five years, following WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, during his political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London as he sought to avoid extradition to Sweden on sexual assault allegations.



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