Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - October 9
Britain's Got Talent - Saturday, 7.30pm on ITV, then available on the ITV Hub.
Your Saturday night is sorted with the final of Britain's Got Talent.
The finalists will go head to head to win the hearts and votes of the viewing public with the winner taking home £250,000 and the coveted spot on the bill of the Royal Variety Performance.
As well as performances from ten finalists, there will be a very special guest performance presented by world-renowned theatre producer, Cameron Mackintosh.
Alison Hammond: Back To School - If you missed it, you can watch it on the ITV Hub now.
In this revelatory documentary, Alison goes on the travels across the country and back in time on a historical journey to discover some of the black figures whose stories have been hidden in Britain’s history.
The documentary throws light on these special people and their achievements during different eras commonly taught on the National Curriculum - Romans, Tudors, Victorians and WWI. As she investigates; meeting historians, exploring the archives and visiting places where history has been made, Alison brings a fresh perspective to the traditional British history narrative.
Sorry, I Didn't Know - Tuesday, 10.45pm on ITV, then available on the ITV Hub.
Staying with Black History Month, there’s another historical treat in store for you this week, with ITV’s new raucous panel show with a twist.
Hosted by Jimmy Akingbola, featuring team leaders Chizzy Akudolu and Judi Love, it takes viewers on a tour of Black British history.
Black History Month Collection - Available to watch on BritBox.
Black History Month will be marked with a collection of documentaries, television series and films celebrating Black British voices. Factual additions to the collection include An Audience with Shirley Bassey, Mandela: From Prison to President and The Murder of Stephen Lawrence; all three of which are available exclusively on the service.
Prince William: A Planet For Us All - Available to watch on the ITV Hub now.
Don’t miss this documentary following Prince William embarking on a campaign to champion global action on conservation and climate change. The Duke meets inspiring local heroes around Britain and the world, to help back young people’s demand for action.
Filmed at a time of unparalleled change for everyone, the documentary follows Prince William from Africa to Asia, from London to Liverpool and to the Sandringham Estate, charting his journey as the world has awoken to the urgent need to restore our planet.
Spitting Image - Available to watch exclusively on BritBox.
After 24 years, Spitting Image has returned.
The likes of Barack Obama, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Boris Johnson, Kim Kardashian, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Hancock, Ed Sheeran and our very own Piers Morgan have all been given the Spitting Image treatment with their puppets set the feature on the legendary satirical show.