TV Guide 13.03.23


Love Island: The Final, 9pm, ITV2

Maya Jama returns to the villa in South Africa to crown one couple the winners of 2023’s winter Love Island. After a drama-filled season of break-ups, heartbreak, betrayals and countless firepit chats, who will walk away with the cash prize?

Paula, 9pm, Channel 4

Paula Yates – the late mother of Peaches and Pixie Geldof – was a British TV presenter best known for shows like The Tube and The Big Breakfast. This documentary tells her life story, starting with her rise to fame in the late 70s and her work with global charity Live Aid alongside her husband Bob Geldof. Includes interviews with famous friends such as Robbie Williams, Nicky Clarke and Vanessa Feltz. 


Emma, Oti & Rylan's Big Red Nose Day Challenge, 9pm, BBC1

Emma Willis, Oti Mabuse and Rylan attempt to climb the Cairn Gorm mountain in the Scottish Highlands to raise money for Comic Relief. Starting from Braemar, the climbers receive a heroes’ send-off as they head away from the historic town. Their three-day expedition does not go as smoothly as they had hoped, with 80mph winds threatening to end their journey when they’ve barely got started.

Fred’s Last Resort, 9pm, E4

Fred Sirieix has taken a break from the First Dates restaurant to host a new show in which he challenges a group of youngsters who are at a crossroads in their lives. They must help run a five-star hotel in the south of France, taking on a variety of demanding tasks. As well as running the day-to-day operations, they must meet the exacting standards expected of those serving the super-rich. At the end of the series, one person will win a life-changing job for an international hotel group.


Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism, 9pm, BBC1

In 2021, 33-year-old mother-of-three Christine McGuinness discovered she was autistic, and for the first time her life began to make sense. There are thousands of women in the UK who have been battling with undiagnosed autism for decades. Christine sets out on a journey of self-discovery, asking why it took so long to receive her diagnosis and the impact it has had on her life. She also asks how many other women out there have been let down, and what can be done to improve the lives of autistic women and girls.

Bend It Like Bollywood, 9pm, BBC Three

Gender non-conforming dancer Vinay puts on the biggest show of his career. Growing up closeted in Leicester, he felt rejected by his friends and those in his hometown. He decided to leave Leicester for London, where he built a new life as an openly gay dancer who runs his own ‘Bollyqueer’ class. Now, Vinay returns to Leicester with hopes of launching his classes there and finally feeling accepted at home.

Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, 9pm, ITVBe

Ferne finds herself caught up in a scandal after an anonymous account released damaging voice-notes from her, turning her life upside down. She turns to her friends and family for support, as well as her fiancé Lorri. Meanwhile, Ferne’s daughter is adjusting to new life with a blended family. 

Gogglebox: 10 Year Anniversary Special, 10.15pm, Channel 4

This anniversary special celebrates ten years of Gogglebox. From fan favourites to show regulars who are no longer with us, it pays tribute to the hilarious cast who have kept us entertained over the years, watching the nation’s favourite TV series and reacting to the world’s biggest new stories, from global lockdowns to the UK’s revolving door of prime ministers. 


Nazanin, 9pm, Channel 4

This documentary tells the story of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian charity worker who was arrested at Tehran airport in 2016 after being accused of spying. Her husband Richard juggled a media and political campaign to free his wife while raising their daughter Gabriella alone. Five years in the making, this film includes never-before-seen material captured by Nazanin herself.


Comic Relief, 7pm, BBC1

Live from MediaCityUK in Salford, David Tennant, Zoe Ball, Paddy McGuinness, Joel Dommett and AJ Odudu host a night jam-packed full with celebrity guests, comedy sketches and live music. There's a special edition of The Traitors with Claudia Winkleman, before Kylie Minogue joins forces with the cast of hit BBC sitcom Ghosts in a special one-off. Blackadder’s Baldrick (Tony Robinson) reads his very own bedtime story, while the cast of Mrs Doubtfire take to the stage to perform one of the songs from the show.

When Comic Relief Did Big Brother, 10pm, BBC2

In 2001, six celebrities entered the Big Brother house in honour of Comic Relief. It was eight days that had the nation hooked and helped raise millions of pounds. 22 years on, winner Jack Dee and fellow housemates Vanessa Feltz, Claire Sweeney, Keith Duffy and Anthea Turner take a look back at this moment in television history.


Jerk, 10pm, BBC Three

Series three of the British black comedy starts tonight. Tim lands himself a role as an extra in a period biopic about a famous disabled musician. When some campaigners kick up a fuss about the star lead – James Norton – not being disabled, Tim is recast as the lead in a knee-jerk reaction to avoid media backlash. But there’s one huge problem – Tim can’t act for his life…


Grace, 8pm, ITV1

A chilling event at the Royal Edward hotel on the night of Assistant Chief Constable Alison Vosper's leaving do forces Grace and Branson into a difficult position. They must investigate all guests, including high ranking East Sussex police attendees. Something about the incident is causing a deep unease in Grace – he knows he's seen this before.

The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer, 7.45pm, Channel 4

Matt Lucas hosts a star-studded edition of the baking challenge to raise awareness for Stand Up To Cancer. The first batch of contestants to take on the challenges set by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith include David Schwimmer, Jesy Nelson, Rose Matafeo and Tom Davis. They must take on a fiddly French confection and recreate their most embarrassing celebrity fail in meringue.

Rise and Fall, 9pm, Channel 4

If you were hooked on The Traitors, this one’s for you. This reality contest is in fact a social experiment that explores how wealth and power shape the way people behave toward one another. In a game packed with drama, betrayal and power plays, players have opportunities to rise and fall, from having everything to having nothing. The cash prize starts at zero and only builds if challenges devised by those in power are completed by those who are not. Those at the bottom must find a way to make it to the top, as only the most powerful and influential can win the game.

Alison Hammond In At The Rich End: The Riviera, 9pm, ITVBe

Alison Hammond is on a mission to find out what makes the super-rich tick as she samples eye-watering opulence first hand. The presenter travels across the French Riviera, one of the most expensive places to live on the planet, ready to be thrown in at the rich end and surrounded by those who aren’t afraid to splash some serious cash.

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