TV Guide 06.06.22


Love Island, 9pm, ITV2

Love Island is back. Tonight, Laura Whitmore welcomes an eager set of singletons to a new Mallorcan villa where dozens will hope to find love this summer. Contestants include Paige, a 24-year-old paramedic from Swansea; Gemma, a 19-year-old dressage rider from Chester (whose father is ex-footballer Michael Owen); Luca, a 23-year-old fishmonger from Brighton; and Ikenna, a 23-year-old pharmaceutical salesman from Nottingham.


Cooking With The Stars, 8pm, ITV1

Presenters Emma Willis and Tom Allen return for a second series of this cooking show, in which celebs must outdo their rivals for a place in the competition. Each celebrity is paired with a professional chef who will teach them how to prepare restaurant-standard dishes. Tonight, Anton Du Beke, Joe Wilkinson, Josie Gibson and Woody Cook will battle it out for a place in the next round.

The Bridge, 10pm, Channel 4

Series two of this gruelling reality show starts tonight. Together, 16 strangers gather on the beautiful island of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam to get their hands on a £200,000 jackpot. Split into two teams, they must build a bridge over 1,000 feet of water in 12 days to reach the cash held on top of Fortune Rock. But the question is, will whoever reaches it first stare the money with their teammates or keep it for themselves?

We Own This City, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

This new crime drama chronicles the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department's Gun Trace Task Force, tracing the corruption that befell the American city. Policies of drug prohibition and mass arrest were championed at the expense of actual police work. Stars Jon Bernthal and Jamie Hector.


Everything I Know About Love, 10pm, BBC One

This new drama is loosely based on journalist Dolly Alderton’s bestselling memoir of the same name. Maggie and Birdy are childhood best friends who have just moved into their first London house share with a couple of pals from university. Maggie becomes obsessed with a sexy street musician – but when their paths cross again, things take an unexpected turn.


Sarah Beeny's Little House, Big Plans, 8pm, Channel 4

Property expert Sarah Beeny and architect Damion Burrows visit small homes across the UK with owners who have elaborate plans for expansion. The first episode features hair salon receptionist Leah and her landscaper husband Sam, who want to double the size of their two-bedroom cottage in Wiltshire.


Celebrity Gogglebox, 9pm, Channel 4

A cast of famous faces, including Nick and Liv Grimshaw, Martin and Roman Kemp, Mo Gilligan and Babatunde Aléshé, Rylan and his mum Linda, and Mel C and her brother Paul, turn their hand to being the country's most opinionated viewers, sharing their opinions on what they have been watching during the week.


LGBTQ+ Hits at the BBC, 8pm, BBC Two

To celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month, this new documentary includes performances by stars whose sex and sexuality has been central to their careers and the songs they've created, including George Michael, Boy George, Freddie Mercury, Beth Ditto, MNEK, Lil Nas X and Barry Manilow. Some pushed boundaries and challenged gender stereotypes from the very start, while others only revealed their true selves after years of success and speculation – but all have played their part in changing the world of pop music.

The British Soap Awards, 8pm, ITV1

Phillip Schofield hosts The British Soap Awards live from Hackney Empire. EastEnders, Coronation Street, Doctors, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks will battle it out for 14 awards. Alongside an array of soap favourites, other famous faces will present trophies in new categories Best Family and Best Leading Performer.

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