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Monday 11th March

Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking, 8:30pm, BBC2 

Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking follows Mary as she explores some of the most exciting places that have mastered or inspired the best of speedy cooking. This adventure takes her abroad to cities she's never visited before, along with places closer to home we don't normally have access to. Entwined in these travels, Mary also shows us how to whip up the best bruschetta, pizza, speedy pasta dishes and a tiramisu. 

Cheat, 9pm, ITV 

University lecturer Dr Leah Dale (Katherine Kelly) has always prided herself on her academic integrity, so when final-year student Rose Vaughan (Molly Windsor) submits a suspiciously top-grade essay, Leah is quick to call her out. But there's more going on than meets the eye as Rose takes the challenge as a personal affront, and what begins as a seemingly open-and-shut case of academic deception, soon spirals out of control. 

Fleabag, 10:35pm, BBC1 

A counselling session elicits an uncomfortable truth from Fleabag, and she finds herself somewhere unexpected. Elsewhere, a chat with Claire brings some unwelcome news, Martin and Fleabag face off, and Jake wonders where Claire is. 

Tuesday 12th March 

The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer, 8pm, Channel 4 

Brought to you by Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, Stand Up To Cancer is an annual fundraising campaign that brings hopes to speed up progress in life-saving cancer research. Tonight, we’ll witness James Acaster, Russell Tovey, Rylan Clark-Neal and Michelle Keegan tackle topped flapjacks for the signature challenge, a tricky technical, and make their 'happy places' out of meringue for the showstopper challenge. 

Derry Girls, 9:15pm, Channel 4 

New English teacher Ms De Brún arrives at Our Lady Immaculate and the five friends immediately find themselves inspired. Meanwhile, Da Gerry attempts to take Ma Mary out on a date to the cinema, where, unsurprisingly, things don't go according to plan; and Sister Michael takes charge of a precious Child of Prague statue. 

Wednesday 13th March

MotherFatherSon, 9pm, BBC1 

With their son fighting for his life in the hospital, the story of Max and Kathryn’s relationship and their battles for control over their son’s future are revealed. Beneath the sheen of respectability there are terrible secrets waiting to be unleashed within Max’s empire that could threaten its existence. And when Caden wakes from his coma Kathryn discovers her son has changed, suffering serious brain trauma. The son is a baby again. What kind of man is he about to grow into? 

Friday 15th March

Comic Relief 2019, 7pm, BBC1 

The biggest night of live comedy and entertainment kicks off in spectacular style as a host of famous faces bring you exclusive sketches, live performances and music all in aid of Comic Relief. Prepare to laugh your red noses off as Richard Madden returns as DS David Budd in a very special episode of Bodyguard. And you’re also invited to the ultimate reunion in One Red Nose Day and a Wedding, which will bring together the original cast of Four Weddings and a Funeral for the first time since the film was released 25 years ago. 

Queer Eye, Netflix 

It’s series three and Bobby, JVN, Karamo, Antoni and Tan are headed to Kansas City, Missouri. This season is set to see some Queer Eye firsts, from the team’s first duo to the first lesbian the Fab Five has worked with. We’re already stocking up on tissues. 

Turn Up Charlie, Netflix 

Struggling DJ and eternal bachelor Charlie is given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a nanny to his famous best friend's problem-child daughter, 11-year-old Gabby. Star and co-creator Idris Elba shows off his comedic chops and real-life DJ skills in this dysfunctional family dramedy. 

Saturday 16th March 

Behind The Candelabra, 9pm, Channel 4 

World-famous pianist Liberace (Michael Douglas) takes much younger Scott Thorson (Matt Damon) as a lover, but the relationship deteriorates when Liberace takes other bedmates and Thorson becomes addicted to drugs. 

Sunday 17th March

Suicide Squad, Netflix 

Figuring they're all expendable, a US intelligence officer decides to assemble a team of dangerous, incarcerated supervillains for a top-secret mission. Now armed with government weapons, Deadshot (Will Smith), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Captain Boomerang, Killer Croc and other despicable inmates must learn to work together. Dubbed Task Force X, the criminals unite to battle a mysterious and powerful entity, while the diabolical Joker (Jared Leto) launches an evil agenda of his own. 

Baptiste, 9pm, BBC1 

The hunt is on for Edward, who has fled to England. Meanwhile, Julien and Genevieve plot an audacious move to try to turn Constantin and take down the Brigada. We can’t wait for next week’s final episode. 

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