TV Guide 13.09.21

Monday 13th

Jamie Oliver: Together, 8pm, Channel 4

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is back with a new series in which he prepares meals for social events. In the first episode, he rustles up a slow-roasted shoulder of lamb with a spicy stuffing, accompanied by lemon roast potatoes. Then, it’s tomato crostini and mango cocktails for a holiday-inspired supper.

Legendary, 10pm, E4

New series. After huge success in the States, the dance competition / reality show has made it's way over to the UK. Hosted by MC Dashaun Wesley, it sees a series of 'houses' facing off in fashion and dance challenges that are judged by Jameela Jamil, Law Roach, Leiomy Maldonado and Megan Thee Stallion. 

Stephen, 9pm, ITV1

Finale of the fact-based drama starring Steve Coogan, Sharlene Whyte and Hugh Quarshie. Two men stand trial for Stephen’s murder, with the defence and prosecution arguing over forensic evidence.

Tuesday 14th

Long Lost Family: Born Without A Trace, 9pm, ITV1

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell present a special episode in which they revisit some of the stories of people who were abandoned as children. 

Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father, Netflix

New and final series of the comedy travel show in which presenter, actor and comedian Jack Whitehall heads off on an adventure with his father in an attempt to strengthen the bond between them.


Thursday 16th

Help, 9pm, Channel 4

New drama set in a care home telling the story of a young care worker and a patient at the start of the pandemic. Starring Jodie Comer as intelligent care worker Sarah and Stephen Graham as Tony, a patient with young onset Alzheimer’s.

All Creatures Great And Small, 9pm, Channel 5

Return of the popular drama about a veterinary practice in the Yorkshire Dales, starring Nicholas Ralph and Samuel West. A wholesome, easy watch as we head into autumn.

Friday 17th

The Morning Show, AppleTV

The second series of the drama series is out today. Starring Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon, it’s set in the cutthroat world of morning television.


Celebrity Masterchef, 9pm, BBC1

The final of the cooking contest is here, with the three remaining contenders preparing a three-course meal in the hope of taking home the crown. 


Gogglebox, 9pm, Channel 4

New series. The nation’s favourite armchair critics are back to share their opinions on this week’s TV.

Saturday 18th

Strictly Come Dancing, 7.45pm, BBC1

New series. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the launch of this year's show, with 15 new celebrities taking the first step in their Strictly journey tonight with a showstopping group performance. 


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