TV Guide 23.01.23


SAS: Who Dares Wins: Jungle Hell, 9pm, Channel 4

The eighth series of the reality show takes its inspiration from the jungle phase of SAS selection – the most gruelling phase of the SAS training regime. Filmed under challenging conditions in a remote jungle in Vietnam, 20 candidates come face to face with their worst fears. First, they have to take part in an exercise carried out 50ft above the ground, before facing one of the most dangerous infiltration methods used by the SAS – a waterfall abseil. 

Everyone Else Burns, 10pm, Channel 4

This new sitcom follows a religious family in Manchester who believe the world is going to end. David competes with a rival when a position of authority in the church opens up. Meanwhile, his 17-year-old daughter Rachel preaches the word of God around the city, until an encounter with a handsome boy changes her outlook. Stars Simon Bird and Amy James-Kelly.


The Traitors US, 8pm, BBC Three

After the success of the British series, The Traitors US hits our screens tonight. Host Alan Cumming welcomes 20 contestants to a castle in the Scottish Highlands. Here, they must play a game of detection, backstabbing and trust, in the hope of winning the jackpot. Three of the contestants chosen as ‘the traitors’ will devise a plan to steal the prize from other ‘faithful’ players.


Sort Your Life Out, 9pm, BBC1

In series two of the makeover show, Stacey Solomon and her team start at the Harris-Hawley family home to transform it from top to bottom. Childhood sweethearts Dan and Char and their daughters Mia and Cece realise just how much unnecessary clutter they own when they take everything out and see it displayed in front of them. The family go through their most treasured items full of emotion, reflecting on the tough times they've come through ahead of their wedding which is just one week away.

Wagspiracy: Vardy v Rooney, 9pm, BBC Three

With access to key individuals who didn't give evidence at the trial, this documentary explores the hidden workings of the tabloids, PRs and agents connected to the ‘`Wagatha Christie’ traial, which followed accusations between footballers' wives Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy. Contributors include Colin Paterson and Lizzie Cundy.



Grayson Perry's Full English, 9pm, Channel 4

Grayson Perry travels around England in a bid to uncover what Englishness means today, while collecting objects for an exhibition. The artist begins in the Kent port of Dover, where he meets a man who patrols the English Channel looking for immigrants arriving from overseas. Moving on to the West Country, he explores older ideas of England, dressing up to participate in a ritual with the British Druid Order. Finally, he visits the country home of musicians Pearl Lowe and Danny Goffey, where he encounters a nostalgia for the faded glamour of England's past.


Gogglebox: Celebrity Special for SU2C, 9pm, E4

This special celebrity edition is in support of Stand Up to Cancer and features Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black, Charlotte Church and Luke Evans, and Gordon and Tilly Ramsay. The celebs take to their sofas to watch I Can See Your Voice, The Watcher, Love Is Blind and Only Connect – as well as personal stories in Channel 4's Stand Up to Cancer strand.


Hustlers, 9pm, Channel 4

Working as a stripper to make ends meet, Destiny (Constance Wu) has her life turned upside down when she becomes friends with Ramona (Jennifer Lopez), the club's top money earner. Ramona soon shows Destiny how to finagle her way around the wealthy Wall Street clientele who frequent the club. But when the 2008 economic collapse cuts into their profits, the gals and two other dancers devise a daring scheme to reclaim their lives.


World's Most Secret Hotels, 6.45pm, Channel 4

This series explores the most hidden and remote hotels on the planet. The first episode includes a hotel on the banks of the Timor Rung River in Cambodia, the clifftop Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita in Italy, two unique and camouflaged sites in Wales, a remote village surrounded by forests in Swedish Lapland, and a secluded island 250 metres off the coast of Devon.

Don Quixote from Birmingham Royal Ballet, 7.45pm, BBC Four

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Carlos Acosta directs a new production of the classic ballet, based on the famous Spanish novel. Filmed at Birmingham Hippodrome, it follows Don Quixote's extraordinary adventures as he helps young lovers Kitri and Basilio find happiness. Leading the cast are Momoko Hirata (Kitri), Mathias Dingman (Basilio) and Tom Rogers (Don Quixote).

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