TV Guide 29.03.21

Monday 29th

Dispatches, 9pm, Channel 4

Presenter Rochelle Humes investigates why so many black women die during pregnancy and childbirth. Join her as she chats to bereaved families and those who survived difficult pregnancies to learn more about the racial bias that has influenced maternal care in the UK. 


Made In Chelsea, 9pm, E4

The newest series of the hit reality show kicks off Monday night, as the Chelsea pack bubble together in a Cotswolds manor house. Expect plenty of high-fashion as well as drama. 

Unforgotten, 9pm, ITV1

In the last episode of the new series, the team narrows down the pool of suspects in a final attempt to find proof of who the murderer is.

Tuesday 30th

Remarkable Places To Eat, 8pm, BBC2

New series. A collection of food experts from across the country invite Fred Sirieix to dine at their favourite restaurants. In the first episode, Nadiya Hussain takes him to her most-loved Yorkshire eateries. 



The Syndicate, 9pm, BBC1

New series. Kay Mellor’s lottery-based drama is back for another series, this time featuring the workers at a village kennel who are left distraught when they discover the owner is about to sell the business to an unfriendly corporate chain.


Thursday 1st

Dragons’ Den, 8pm,  BBC1

New series. A new set of entrepreneurs enter the den in the hope of securing a life-changing investment from one of the five dragons. 



Friday 2nd

The Sound Of Music, 5.45pm, BBC1

A chance to rewatch the Oscar-winning musical starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer and Eleanor Parker. Ideal family viewing for Good Friday.



The Graham Norton Show, 10.45pm, BBC1

Joining Graham on the socially distanced sofa tonight is actress Sharon Stone, Hollywood stars Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy, and comedian Frank Skinner. Plus, David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed chat about their new spy series, Intelligence. 


Saturday 3rd

Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow, 8.35pm, ITV1

New series. Alan Carr is back with a second series of this family-friendly game show in which some of the nation's favourite quizes are rebooted. First up is a new version of Play Your Cards Right, with special celebrity contestants such as the Redkanpps and the Kemps taking part in order to win some money for charity. 

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