Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - July 10

They say never work with children or animals - well this week Richard Arnold is doing both.

The return of The Voice Kids and Paul O'Grady: For Love of Dogs is a double whammy of children and animals and there's plenty in between.

Check out this week's Armchair Guide below...

Voice Kids - Saturday 7.25pm on ITV, with more on the ITV Hub

New series. Emma Willis presents the fourth series of junior singing contest, with newcomer Paloma Faith joining Will.i.am, Danny Jones and Pixie Lott on the judging panel. Youngsters between the ages of seven and 14 display their musical talents in a bid to win a £30,000 prize to contribute to their musical education, along with a family holiday to Universal Orlando Resort.

Sam & Billie: The Mummy Diaries - All seven series available on the ITV Hub now

The motherhood of TV personalities Sam and Billie Faiers as they allow cameras into their homes to provide an inside and intimate look at their every day lives. The mums share the challenges they face along with their adorable families.

Paul O’Grady For The Love of Dogs: Back in Business - Wednesday 8pm on ITV and on the ITV Hub

Paul O’Grady is back at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home for this brand new 60-minute special, filmed during one of the most dramatic periods in its history. After lockdown, it’s back to the business of re-homing it’s many furry residents. But back in March it was a very different story and we join Paul and the team as they worked against the clock to find families and temporary foster carers for dogs and cats before the sites were closed to the public.

Gemma Collins: Diva on Lockdown

After a whirlwind year that has seen Gemma take to the ice, kick-start a music career and pursue her American dreams, follow every step of the way as Essex's loudest personality deals with her day-to-day business in the UK, Marbella and Los Angeles.

The Durrells - Series 1 is repeated on Sundays on ITV and all series are available on BritBox now

British comedy-drama series inspired by Gerald Durrell's three autobiographical books about his family's four years (1935–1939) on the Greek Island of Corfu. The series begins in 1935, when Louisa Durrell, played by Keeley Hawes suddenly announces that she and her four children will move from Bournemouth to the Greek island of Corfu. Her husband died some years earlier and the family is experiencing financial problems. A battle ensues as the family adapts to life on the island which, despite a lack of electricity, proves that Corfu is cheap and an earthly paradise.

Ross King's Lockdown: Catherine Zeta-Jones

Ross King catches up with Hollywood A-lister Catherine Zeta-Jones where they talk about how she’s been keeping busy in lockdown, the passing of Kirk Douglas, her upcoming 20 years anniversary to Michael and when she’s getting back into acting, all this and more!