In this week’s issue
Amazon’s hit, The Man In The High Castle, reimagined a dystopian world where Germany and Japan had won WWII. Now SS-GB brings the subject even closer to home in a five-part drama set in Nazi occupied London.
Sam Riley and Kate Bosworth head an international cast in this story of Scotland Yard detective, Douglas Archer, who’s forced to work alongside the new guard in order to keep his loved ones safe following German victory in the Battle of Britain.
Born and bred in Poplar, new midwife Valerie Dyer doesn’t have Trixie or Barbara’s cut-glass accents or reserved manners. She’s a hands-on, down-to-earth East End girl who sometimes speaks and acts before she thinks!
Ayesha gave birth in a squalid detention centre in Libya’s capital, Tripoli. There were no medical staff. There wasn’t even a knife to cut the umbilical cord. The baby died. She herself is bleeding and getting weaker by the day.
This is just one of the horrific situations that Ross Kemp encountered when he travelled to Libya to follow the route that about 2000 migrants take every week in a bid to flee their troubled home countries for a better life in Europe.
Here’s a list: air pollution, crime, household accidents, sausages, bath times, sinkholes and ISIS. Which of these seven deadly things is the most likely to bring about your death? It’s a question that’s vexing comic and neurotic Jon Richardson, so in a one-off documentary, he sets out to discover how worried we really should be about the things we’re told will kill us.
The Emirates Stadium is a world away from Westeros, where we’re used to seeing Game Of Thrones star Alfie Allen, but he finds himself at the home of his beloved Arsenal for his new show.
Fans were gripped by the first series of Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, in which cop Harry Clayton (James Nesbitt) was given a mysterious bracelet with magical powers. He believed he was the only person with such a powerful talisman, but as series two begins, Harry’s in for a shock…
When it comes to shopping, us Brits can blow a fortune, but can we control our spending?
In the second series of Shop Well For Less?, business journalist Steph McGovern and Alex Jones aim to help us make our money go further and bring down household costs.
After its one-off return over the festive season with The Devil Of Christmas, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s twisted anthology series Inside No. 9 now sets off on a five-part run. The first story, The Bill, features four badminton pals (including guest stars Philip Glenister and Jason Watkins) sharing a meal – but then falling out when each of them offers to pay the tab.