TV Guide 02.12.19 |

Monday 2nd December

Vienna Blood, 9pm, BBC1

Max tells his family that Clara has broken off their engagement and the Liebermanns are shocked by an act of violence committed by Leah's son Daniel. When bruises are found on Daniel’s body, Max persuades Oskar that the academy his nephew attends should be investigated. When they learn that one of the pupils died in an accident ten days ago, and Max finds a coded note in Daniel's belongings, he begins to suspect some sinister goings on at the academy. Last in the series.

I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, 9pm, ITV

It’s week three and Ant and Dec are on hand to present a roundup of all the camp action over the past 24 hours. Plus, the campmates find out who will face the next Bushtucker Trial.

Tuesday 3rd November

Gold Digger, 9pm, BBC1

Julia decides not to tell her children she is engaged when they visit at Christmas, leaving Benjamin feeling rejected. However, she ends up letting it slip over dinner and none of her children are happy for her. Ted questions Benjamin's motives and cynically proposes to Marsha. And when she rejects him, it drives him to drink.

The Family Secret, 9pm, Channel 4

This documentary focuses on sexual abuse within a family that has been kept a secret for 25 years. With extraordinary access, the film follows the victim and the perpetrator – and the meeting that follows. Grim, but essential, viewing.

Wednesday 4th November

The Apprentice, 9pm, BBC1

As the tenth week of the competition begins, Lord Sugar summons the candidates to Burlington House. Here, the remaining candidates find out this week’s task: creating their own perfume to sell to major retailers. Back in the boardroom, one of the candidates is sent home.

The Baby Has Landed, 9pm, BBC2

This new documentary series follows families throughout their first weeks of parenthood, lifting the lid on one of the most joyful, yet intense, times in a family's life. In the second episode, cameras follow new parents Mo and Syler as they get to grips with round-the-clock feeding and sleep deprivation, and Paul and Craig's surrogate Mel gives birth to their twins.

Thursday 5th November

Giri/Haji, 9pm, BBC2

Jiro kidnaps Taki and threatens to throw her from a rooftop, so Yuto and Kenzo race across London to confront the yakuza. But the Mori brothers must decide what they are willing to sacrifice in order to save the girl's life. A dejected Rodney tries to seek solace by returning to his childhood home, while Hayashi visits Fukuhara and convinces him to attend the peace meeting between yakuza families. Last in series.

What Makes A Murderer, 9pm, Channel 4

In 1993, Anthony Powell was working as a gang enforcer in south London. After shooting a man dead with a sawn-off shotgun, he was convicted of murder and served more than 21 years behind bars. This episode focuses on the factors behind gang-related crime, as Anthony submits himself to biological and psychological tests to determine whether he truly had control over his actions or if a combination of hidden factors made him destined to kill.

Madame Secretary, 10pm, Sky Witness

The series returns. Tonight, an investigation into her past threatens to derail Elizabeth's (Téa Leoni) first major legislation, and an appearance on a late-night show puts Henry's marriage under scrutiny.

Sunday 8th November

Seven Worlds, One Planet, 6:20pm, BBC1

David Attenborough looks at the fauna of Africa, home to the greatest wildlife gatherings on Earth. But even in this land of plenty, animals face huge challenges. Last in the series.

His Dark Materials, 8pm, BBC1

Lyra discovers the horrific truth behind the Gobblers' activities in the North. Now she must use all her wits to help free those around her and avoid suffering a terrible fate.

Elizabeth Is Missing, 9pm, BBC1

Elizabeth Is Missing is a feature-length adaptation of Emma Healey’s bestselling novel. The film marks Glenda Jackson’s return to the screen after more than 25 years, in the leading role of Maud. When her best friend Elizabeth goes missing, Maud is convinced something terrible has happened, and sets out to solve the mystery. But with her dementia worsening, unfinished business unearthed and the past and present starting to merge, Maud’s search takes on a poignant urgency.

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