TV Guide 13.06.22


Sherwood, 9pm, BBC1

This new BBC drama is based on a true story. When a tragic and unexpected murder occurs in an ex-mining town, detective chief superintendent Ian St Clair is called to investigate. Meanwhile, news of the crime threatens to unearth secrets from the past and shatter an already fractured community. Stars David Morrissey, Lesley Manville, Alun Armstrong and Joanne Froggatt.

Hungry For It, 10.40pm, BBC1

In this new series, ten rookie cooks take the ultimate crash course to find out how to make it in the food business, guided by mentors Big Zuu and Kayla Greer. In tonight’s episode, Stacey Dooley presents as the cooks create levelled-up party food and dish up burgers to 100 hungry diners.


The Savoy, 9pm, ITV

The series returns, following life inside the five-star London hotel, as it reopens its doors after being forced to close during the pandemic. Doorman Tony is emotional to be welcoming old friends back, while Sean and Michael look after guests staying in the new £16,000 a night royal suite by Gucci, and chef Gordon Ramsay opens a new restaurant.


The Real Derry: Jamie-Lee O'Donnell: 9pm, Channel 4

The Derry Girls actress shares her hopes and fears for the future as she discovers what life is like for young people growing up in Derry today. Preparing to take part in a special commemoration event marking the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday triggers painful memories for Jamie-Lee, as she reflects on her own childhood experiences of growing up in a community where fear was everywhere.



This Is My House, 8.30pm, BBC1

The property-based guessing game is back. Tonight, four people called Erwin claim to own a two-bedroom 17th-century Scottish hunting lodge just outside Glasgow, along with their ballet dancer partner Preston. It falls to panellists Judi Love, Richard Madeley, Joel Dommett and Sindhu Vee to figure out which one is the honest homeowner and who are the impostors.


Isle of Wight Live, 8pm, Sky Arts

Sky Arts is covering all the action from the UK festival across the weekend, including sets from Friday headliners Muse, Kasabian and Lewis Capaldi. Other highlights include Nile Rodgers and Chic, Sigrid and Jessie Ware.



Charlie XTX: Alone Together, 9pm, BBC Three

This 2021 documentary follows the UK pop star as she enlists fans to help her produce the album How I'm Feeling Now while quarantining during the Covid-19 pandemic. A must-watch for music fans.



Glastonbury: 50 Years & Counting, 9pm, BBC2

This documentary explores the social and musical history of the famous festival, told through the testimony of its curators Michael and Emily Eavis, as well as artists who have appeared there, including Chris Martin, Dua Lipa, Fatboy Slim, Florence Welch, Johnny Marr, Orbital, Noel Gallagher, Thom Yorke and Stormzy.


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