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TV & streaming: The best shows to catch this week

Check out Stuart Chandler's top shows to catch on TV or streaming during the next seven days.
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Marcella continues on ITV this week.

Five of the best shows to watch on TV this week

If you're stuck for something to watch this week, why not give one of these five shows a try...

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Save Me stars Suranne Jones and Lennie James.

TV choice: Redemption is the name of the game for Nelly in Sky Atlantic's Save Me

Save Me, Wednesday, 9pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

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Tom Burke as Comoran Strike with co-star Holliday Grainger, who plays Robin.

Big Preview: It’s all getting a bit personal as Strike takes on a disturbing case

Tom Burke plays Strike, the war veteran turned private detective operating out of a tiny office in London’s Denmark Street.

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Brendan Gleeson in Calvary on BBC iPlayer

TV Choice: What to download or stream this week

Stuff to watch when there's nothing on the real telly from Saturday February 17.
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Homeland

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

The pick of the crop from the regular schedules from Saturday February 17.
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Anna Friel is Marcella.

TV Highlight AND TRAILER: Anna Friel returns as Marcella

Marcella, Monday, 9pm, ITV

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Wendy (Rosie Cavaliero), Sandra (Joanna Scanlan), Phil (John Cleese), Edith (Alison Steadman), Roger (Jason Watkins), Mrs Gale (Anne Reid) - (C) 'BBC Photographer: Adam Lawrence

Big Preview AND TRAILER: John Cleese on new sitcom Hold The Sunset

The comedy legend is back this Sunday with brand new show Hold The Sunset, his first for the channel since Fawlty Towers 44 years ago

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Alan Partridge to return with new show

Alan Partridge will return for a new show This Time With Alan Partridge, the BBC has announced.

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John Simm plays Dan Bowker and Adrian Lester plays Jon Allerton.

TV choice: What happens when two worlds collide in ITV's Trauma...

Three-part psychological thriller Trauma centres on the lives of two fathers, Dan and Jon, whose lives collide when Dan’s 15-year-old son Alex is stabbed and tragically dies in the trauma department attended by high-achieving consultant Jon Allerton.
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LEAD ROLE: Carey Mulligan, who leads a stellar cast in a drama series by acclaimed writer Sir David Hare, Collateral. PIC: Robert Viglasky

TV preview: Collateral

Carey Mulligan stars in a gripping, high-octane thriller set in present day London, from pre-eminent playwright David Hare.

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John Simm in Collateral.

TV & streaming: The best shows to catch this week

Check out Stuart Chandler's top shows to catch on TV or streaming during the next seven days.
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McMafia concludes on Sunday.

Five of the best things to watch on TV this week

If you're stuck for something to watch this week, why not give one of these five shows a try...

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Douglas Henshall as DI Jimmy Perez.

TV preview: Douglas Henshall on why Shetland is a TV detective show with a difference

Douglas Henshall’s life has changed massively since we last saw him solving mysteries as DI Jimmy Perez.

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BBC handout photo of a car that was being driven by Top Gear presenters Chris Harris and Eddie Jordan in Monaco, as they have escaped without injury after it burst into flames during filming.

Top Gear presenters escape dramatic car fire in Monte Carlo

Top Gear presenters Chris Harris and Eddie Jordan escaped without injury after a car they were driving in Monaco burst into flames during filming.

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Altered Carbon

TV Choice: What to download or stream this week

Go off grid, eschew the rules and watch online - here's the choice from Saturday February 3.
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Back In Time For Tea

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

Make room on your recording device, here another bunch of shows to catch up on, from Saturday, February 3.
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Stuart Martin, as Silas Sharrow and Sophie Rundle, as Alice Sharrow and Max Beesley, as Henry Sharrow.

TV Highlight AND TRAILER: Jamestown returns to Sky One

Jamestown, Friday, 9pm, Sky One & NOW TV

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Lydia Smith in Requiem.

TV Highlight AND TRAILER: Haunting drama Requiem coming to BBC One

Requiem, Friday, 9pm, BBC One
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The original Are You Being Served? cast from the 1970s BBC comedy.

Are You Being Served? Yorkshire stage production rejected for being 'demeaning to women'

An amateur theatre company has been told it cannot perform a stage version of BBC sitcom Are You Being Served? after it was deemed "demeaning to women and outdated".

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