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WHAT TO WATCH: 10-16 April

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This week’s telly is bookended with some fantastic drama, Broadchurch and Line Of Duty whilst lots of great comedy and the return of Britain’s Got Talent fill in the gaps.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 3-9 April

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This week sees the end of Catastrophe and Saturday Night Takeaway, the start of a brand new comedy on Gold and the return of an old favourite on Sky Atlantic as well as the continuation of Broadchurch, Line Of Duty and Benidorm.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 27 March – 2 April

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This week, two great comedies and two great dramas continue, Jack Whitehall stars in Decline And Fall and the time has come to find out the winner of this year’s The Voice UK!

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WHAT TO WATCH: 20-26 March

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This week, Celebrity Juice goes live, Red Nose Day arrives and Line Of Duty is back for a fourth series.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 13-19 March

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There’s something for everyone this week on telly with great drama, great comedy and great entertainment.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 6-12 March

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This week some of the very best comedy and drama series around continue and on top of all that, there’s a new comedy launching on BBC Three.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 27 February – 5 March

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This week is a HUGE week for telly. Broadchurch, Catastrophe, Benidorm and Top Gear make their much-anticipated return and there are some new shows to enjoy too!

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WHAT TO WATCH: 20-26 February

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This week sees the return of some of telly’s most popular shows; Inside No. 9Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and the 2017 BRIT Awards.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 13-19 February

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Whether you’re a fan of reality TV, comedy, drama or hard-hitting documentaries, this week’s television highlight really do cater for all tastes.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 6-12 February

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This week, two brilliant dramas and two brilliant comedies come to an end, whilst the Roots remake arrives in the UK, Sheridan Smith is back doing what she does best and BBC Three unleash another mockumentary.

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