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  • Sam and Billie Faiers: The Mummy Diaries

    Ep 1/8

    For the third instalment of The Mummy Diaries, Billie joins sister Sam in opening up her home and sharing her day to day life and experience of being a mother. 

    ITVBe
    Transmission date: Wed 07 Mar
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: sarah.gaffney@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 27 February 2018.
     
    Sam and Billie Faiers: The Mummy Diaries 
     
    For the third instalment of The Mummy Diaries, Billie joins sister Sam in opening up her home and sharing her day to day life and experience of being a mother. 
     
    Sam is pregnant with her second child and has just moved into her dream home, a mansion in Hertfordshire. Her son Paul is now walking and talking and Sam’s businesses are all thriving. 
     
    Sister Billie and her partner Greg are making plans for their dream wedding whilst adapting to life with new baby Arthur. Billie wants to get married in the Maldives but Greg isn’t convinced as he thinks it will be too expensive.  Greg is also enjoying spending more time with daughter Nelly when Billie is kept busy with baby Arthur and Billie has asked Greg to up his game around the house. 
     
    Also in this episode, Billie and Sam attend a beauty awards evening where one of their Minnie beauty products is up for an award. Sam takes photos at a fashion shoot for her new clothes collection which she has designed herself. And her and Paul celebrate their third year anniversary by spending a night together in a London hotel away from baby Paul for the first time. 
     

  • What Would Your Kid Do?

    Ep 5/6

    Jason Manford hosts What Would Your Kid Do? A brand new ITV show that finds out just how well the nation really knows their own children.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 06 Mar
    Time: 8.00pm - 9.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: nick@ndear.co.uk
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Jason Manford hosts a new series which asks how well we really know our kids, by challenging parents to guess what their children will do in a variety of entertaining situations. 
     
    Each show sees children filmed in a school specially rigged with hidden cameras. The kids think they’re taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, unaware that we’re actually testing everything from empathy to lateral thinking, risk taking to rule breaking.
     
    Back in the studio, Jason challenges the parents to predict what their child will do in each situation: providing a fascinating, surprising and hilarious insight into the developing minds of 5, 6 and 7-year-olds. 
     
    The family with the most correct predictions goes through to the final. But on this show, it’s not the adults choosing the prizes… it’s the kids.    
     

  • James Martin's American Adventure

    Eps 16 - 20 Ep 16/20

    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 05 Mar
    Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 27 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 
     
    This is a trip that James has been longing to take and it’s a road trip as road trips are meant to be! He’ll travel with a range of different machines, from a classic Harley Davidson to an Aston Martin, a giant Pickup Truck and a 70s Pontiac. 
     
    Starting in California, James and his trusty crew will head down the West Coast taking in the Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles, before swinging inland and heading for Texas. He’ll stop off at Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth and Dallas before his travels see him heading across the American South. In Louisiana, James experiences everything Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Avery Island and The Sugar Belt have to offer. Finally he heads to the North East, to Philadelphia, Salem, Boston and the Hamptons, ending the epic trip in New York.
     
    By exploring food which is more surprising, exciting, diverse and enthralling than any of us imagine, James will get under the skin of a nation perhaps more troubled and divided than it has been for a generation, discovering that it can still amaze the spirited traveller with a dizzying range of fantastic cuisine and bucket list experiences… many of which James has a go at. From Surfing on the Pacific Coast to line dancing, ranch skills to baseball, James tries his hand at classic All-American pastimes.
     
    From the exquisite craft of Thomas Keller in California or Daniel Boulud in New York, to American classics like barbecued ribs, giant steaks and even a whole smoked cow’s head, James conjures up a vision of the food scene in the USA both unexpected and enthralling, adding his own versions of classic dishes both on the road and back in his UK kitchen.
     
    Monday 5th March – Boston
     
    James Martin hits the East coast with a visit to the historic city of Boston. James’s adventure in the city starts with a shopping spree in the public market, ahead of cooking with local ingredients. James also visits an innovative restaurant where cocktails are often inhaled rather than drunk, and baked goods are supplied by Joanne Chang, the Harvard graduate who has made a name for herself with a string of successful bakeries around the city. James’s tour of the city wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, where he gets to live out a boyhood dream.
     
    Tuesday 6th March – Salem
     
    James is in Salem, on the East coast of the USA, made famous by the witch trials of 1692. Things get spooky as James visits on the approach to Halloween. We hear from Salem’s official witch Laurie Cabot, and James meets a love clairvoyant and her dogs. But Salem isn’t just about witchcraft, James visits a unique spice shop and picks up some spices to cook with. He also meets a seafood artist and makes a stop at Turner’s, a family run seafood restaurant, where he experiences shellfish heaven. Sweet treats are also on the menu, thanks to the bewitching Ziggy’s doughnut shop.
     
    Wednesday 7th March – The Hamptons
     
    The East coast stretch of James Martin’s American Adventure takes him to The Hamptons. Known as being the playground of wealthy New Yorkers, the area has a rich farming history. James taps into this by visiting Amber Waves Farm, where he borrows their outdoor pizza oven to cook for the farmers using seasonal local produce. As well as being famous for the beautiful Montauk Point Lighthouse, The Hamptons has an abundance of great seafood restaurants, so James visits The Dock House in Sag Harbour to try one of the best seafood chowders around. And finally, knowing that the area is famous for lobster, James joins a fishing boat and cooks a deceptively easy and impressive lobster speciality.
     
    Thursday 8th March – Philadelphia
     
    James Martin’s American Adventure continues with a visit to Philadelphia. “The City of Brotherly Love” is the perfect backdrop for his foodie adventure with Reading Terminal Market providing all manner of ingredients for both of his cooks. The market even has its own kitchen, so if he forgets an ingredient, it’s not a problem. James then ditches the car to take a tour of the city’s famous murals, but vehicles with more power await. Philadelphia is home to one of the most impressive car collections in the world and James gets a spin in a very special car. Philadelphia is also host to an upcoming movement of vegan eating. “Charlie was a Sinner” is at the forefront of this, and we see what makes a restaurant like this so popular.
     
    Friday 2nd March – New York
     
    James ends his epic, coast-to-coast exploration of the great US of A with a visit to one of his all-time favourite foodie hotspots, New York City. After a bite of pizza at a popular pizzeria in Greenwich Village, James cooks on one of New York’s famous piers. New York has a wealth of French fine-dining restaurants, and the chef can’t wait to take a bite of the action. He chooses his favourite pair, Daniel, run by his old mate Daniel Boulud, and Le Bernadine, where Eric Ripart is in charge of the hobs. At the end of the day, James cooks back on the pier as sunset approaches and he reminisces on his journey of more than 3,000 miles.
     
     

     

  • Endeavour

    Quartet Ep 5/6

    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 04 Mar
    Time: 8.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: katy.mason@itv.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 27 February 2018.
     
    Episode 5 - Quartet
     
    An assassination attempt at an international sporting event opens a new case for Endeavour and Thursday, but their investigation is quickly brought to an unexpected end. 
     
    While Thursday wants to step away, Endeavour is determined to find out more, and secretly undertakes to discover the truth. He soon finds himself embroiled in the dark dealings of espionage, big business and a long-held secret that goes to the very heart of the Oxford community.
     
    While Endeavour chases down the real story behind the assassination, Thursday works closer to home, attempting to protect a battered wife from her violent husband. When tragedy strikes, Thursday has to make a tough moral decision about how to administer justice.
     
    Series overview
     
    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.
     
    With each film once again written by series creator Russell Lewis, the new series begins with Morse having finally passed his Sergeant’s exams just as Oxford City Police merges into Thames Valley Constabulary creating uncertainty for everyone at Cowley CID. And despite Joan Thursday (Sara Vickers) return to Oxford, much also remains unresolved following her disappearance the previous year and Endeavour’s unexpected proposal.
     
    Also returning will be Roger Allam (The Missing) as Detective Chief Inspector Fred Thursday, Anton Lesser (The Crown) as Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright, Dakota Blue Richards (Skins) as WPC Shirley Trewlove, Sean Rigby (Gunpowder) as Sergeant Jim Strange, James Bradshaw (Primeval) as Dr. Max DeBryn, Caroline O'Neil (Last Tango In Halifax) as Win Thursday and Abigail Thaw (I Want My Wife Back) as Dorothea Frazil. The series also sees the arrival of new recruit Detective Constable George Fancy, played by Lewis Peek (Poldark), whom Morse is reluctantly tasked with mentoring.
     
    Other names who guest star in the upcoming series include Donald Sumpter (Game Of Thrones), Phil Daniels (New Tricks), Emma Rigby (Prisoners’ Wives), Steve Elder (Apple Tree Yard) and Robin Weaver (Call The Midwife).
     
    The new films have been executive produced by Russell Lewis, alongside former Endeavour producer Tom Mullens, Mammoth Screen’s Managing Director Damien Timmer and Rebecca Eaton for WGBH. John Phillips (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man) and Neil Duncan (Fortitude) have produced the new series.
     
     
     

     

  • Peston on Sunday

    Ep 8/

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 04 Mar
    Time: 10.00am - 11.00am
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.
     
    Providing a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with a stellar line-up of guests from across the political spectrum as well as cultural figures, Peston on Sunday introduces elements from the arts, literature, and humour to add to the discourse on offer. 
     
     

  • James Martin's Saturday Morning

    Ep 27/

    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 03 Mar
    Time: 9.30am - 11.25am
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 10 2018 : Sat 03 Mar - Fri 09 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: No
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

     
     
    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 
     
    The series reflects James's love of hearty food as well as some of his other passions…the great outdoors, his beloved dogs and, of course, fast cars. 
     
    Each week he welcomes two guests into his own kitchen. Familiar faces include choirmaster Gareth Malone and weather presenter Carol Kirkwood. 
     
    The chef and his guests cook together inside James’s kitchen and in his garden, making the most of his BBQ and pizza oven. 
     
    Plus, each show features a guest regional chef who cooks in their home or their own restaurant.
     
    Viewers are joining in too as drinks VTs come courtesy of members of the public, who’ll give an authentic response to the wines and other drinks they taste. 
     
    Plus look out for an exciting twist in each episode, which sees James attempting to create a dish in the most difficult of circumstances...
     
     

  • Lethal Weapon

    Fork-Getta-Bout-It Ep 8/

    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Fri 02 Mar
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: gary.smith@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 8 - Fork-Getta-Bout-It
     
    Riggs and Murtaugh are led into the underground mob world as they investigate a murder in a hospital.  Meanwhile, Murtaugh learns that his daughter Riana is secretly dating the son of his neighbour and nemesis.  Plus, Riggs spends more time with his childhood friend, Molly, and Scorsese’s real name is revealed.
     
    Series 2 overview
     
    Lethal Weapon combines action and drama with friendship and humour as it follows classic cop duo Riggs (Clayne Crawford) and Murtaugh (Damon Wayans), who are working a crime-ridden beat in modern-day Los Angeles. Murtaugh has everything to live for, Riggs has nothing to lose, and in the series one finale, Murtaugh found out just how much Riggs was willing to sacrifice in pursuit of the drug cartel that he believes is responsible for his wife’s death.
     
    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home, alongside his wife, Trish (Keesha Sharp). And even though Murtaugh seeks support in Riggs, he realises their partnership is still a volatile roller coaster ride.
     
     
     

     

  • Serial Killer with Piers Morgan

    Lorenzo Gilyard Ep 1/1

    At Missouri’s Crossroads Correctional Facility, Piers comes face to face with Lorenzo Gilyard – the Kansas City Strangler.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Thu 01 Mar
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: sarah.stevens@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Serial Killer with Piers Morgan is the latest programme in ITV's Crime and Punishment Season
     
    Piers Morgan enters the world of the serial killer once more 
     
    At Missouri’s Crossroads Correctional Facility, Piers comes face to face with Lorenzo Gilyard – the Kansas City Strangler.
     
    This episode of Serial Killer with Piers Morgan, made by Plum Pictures, sees Piers Morgan confront a serial killer who, for nearly two decades, brought fear to the streets of Kansas City, Missouri.
     
    Lorenzo Gilyard has never spoken about his crimes before. Now, in this chilling and disturbing encounter, Piers Morgan sets out to discover what drove this seemingly ordinary man to kill thirteen times.
     
    At the time of his arrest, Gilyard’s life could not have appeared more normal. Happily married and respected at work, nothing suggested that he was harbouring a terrifying secret: that over a seventeen year period he had preyed on vulnerable women - raping and strangling them, before discarding them on the city streets. No one suspected Gilyard was the killer.
     
    The string of murders, which started in 1977, went unsolved until 2003 when DNA technology linked all thirteen together. Further tests linked each victim to just one man: fifty-three year old sanitation worker, Lorenzo Gilyard.
     
    When Gilyard was finally brought to trial, prosecutors chose to try him for just seven murders – the seven committed in a two-year period at the height of his reign of terror. Found guilty of six, Gilyard is now serving consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole. 
     
    Face-to-face with this killer, Piers Morgan lays out the horror of his crimes. But the softly spoken Lorenzo Gilyard appears to have an answer for everything. Until eventually he runs out of excuses and reveals his true nature.
     
    As Piers investigates this disturbing case he meets the daughter of one of Gilyard’s victims whose entire adult life has been defined by the brutal murder of her mother; he meets Gilyard’s neighbours and colleagues who never suspected a thing and meets the detectives who finally brought this serial killer to justice.
     
     
     

  • The Cruise: Voyage to Alaska

    Ep 1/3

    This new three-part series for ITV features the crew of the Star Princess cruise ship voyaging to one of the world’s last frontiers - Alaska.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Thu 01 Mar
    Time: 8.30pm - 9.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 1
     
    This new three-part series for ITV features the crew of the Star Princess cruise ship voyaging to one of the world’s last frontiers - Alaska.
     
    With more than 450 cruise ships around the world competing for passengers, offering a unique journey is a must. But taking a five-star luxury liner to the remote Alaskan seas means the captain and his crew must go the extra mile. 
     
    Cruising between Vancouver in Canada and Anchorage in Alaska, this series sees the crew battle navigational challenges and unpredictable weather, to deliver passengers the promise of a wilderness like nowhere else on Earth.
     
    In the first episode, the Star Princess is in Vancouver ahead of a cruise north through the ‘Inland Passage’. Food and beverage manager Janice is overseeing the loading of enough provisions for the 3,500 passengers and crew until the ship returns here in two weeks’ time. Everything must be loaded before they can depart - and if they overstay their time on the Vancouver dock, they’ll face a hefty parking charge.
     
    It’s not just provisions that need to be loaded; Captain Tuvo has one late passenger who still hasn’t turned up. As the ship is delayed by her absence and he’s told she still hasn’t parked her car, he must decide between leaving without her or making everyone else late and facing the consequences.
     
    A familiar face from previous series of The Cruise, shore excursions agent Timothy is getting to grips with his latest posting. His new team member Karen is at first a little unnerved by Timothy’s larger than life personality, and when they are scheduled to test-run a day’s fishing excursion together on a skippered boat, she wastes no time in giving him some feedback about his flaws.
     
    It’s all change at the top for the ‘floating hotel’ side of the Star Princess with new hotel general manager Pieter taking the reins for the first time. He’s presented with a worrying leak in a galley area that requires some radical remedial work, and a problem he never anticipated:  In the ship’s International Café, he’s horrified to notice that the carrot cake icing decorations look disconcertingly anatomical.
     
    Passengers the Howards from Florida have paid over £6,000 to stay in The Grand Suite, the crème de la crème of the 1,300 cabins on board. While they have certainly found themselves in the lap of luxury, there’s no guarantee they will get to see what many passengers come to Alaska hoping to witness - the summer glacier ‘calving’ season, when chunks of ice spectacularly sheer off the advancing wall into the sea. It’s out of Captain Tuvo’s control, but as he navigates as close as he can to the six-mile wide Hubbard Glacier, he has his fingers crossed his passengers will be rewarded.
     
     

  • Benidorm

    Series 10 Ep 1/9

    Guest stars in series 10 include The Chuckle Brothers, Nigel Havers, Mark Heap, Bobby Ball, Claire Sweeney, Layton Williams, Carol Decker, Tony Hadley and Holly Johnson.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Wed 28 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: gary.smith@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    Benidorm: 10th series
     
    The 10th series of Benidorm will see legendary comedy duo Hale & Pace join the show as undercover detectives (Dennis and Nigel) investigating Tim Healy’s character Les/Lesley, who returns to the series full time. 
     
    Shane Richie is back for four episodes reprising his role as lively entertainer Sammy Valentino and John Challis becomes a series regular with his character Monty Staines.
     
    The Dawsons (Julie Graham, Steve Edge, Kate Fitzgerald, Bobby Knutt and Josh Bolt) all return with Billy and Sheron celebrating their silver wedding anniversary.
     
    Newcomers to the series include Laila Zaidi who plays Cyd, the new girlfriend of Rob Dawson and Julian Moore-Cook who plays Joey’s mate Callum.
     
    Joyce Temple Savage (Sherrie Hewson), Mateo (Jake Canuso), Noreen (Elsie Kelly), Pauline (Selina Griffiths), Liam (Adam Gillen), Kenneth (Tony Maudsley), Sam (Shelley Longworth), Joey (Nathan Bryon) and Jacqueline (Janine Duvitski) all return.
     
    Noreen (Elsie Kelly) and Pauline (Selina Griffiths) are enjoying another holiday in Benidorm with Pauline back on the wagon and hoping to revive her fledging career as a novelist.  Things soon flare up with the arrival of Noreen’s twin sister Doreen (played by Elsie Kelly in a dual role) and her very familiar new boyfriend!
     
    Guest stars in series 10 include The Chuckle Brothers, Nigel Havers, Mark Heap, Bobby Ball, Claire Sweeney, Layton Williams, Carol Decker, Tony Hadley and Holly Johnson.
     
    The show’s creator Derren Litten penned episodes 1-3 and 8-9 of the new series and Mark Brotherhood (Shameless, Mount Pleasant) wrote 4-7.
     
    Benidorm has been commissioned for ITV by Saskia Schuster, ITV’s Controller of Comedy.   
     
    Show creator, writer and exec producer Derren Litten says "When I wrote the first script of Benidorm I had no idea it would change my life so dramatically over the next 10 years.  I am so grateful to our fans and to ITV for giving Benidorm the best possible home we could hope for.  Here's to the next 10 years!”
     
    Paul Jackson and Derren Litten served as executive producers.  David Sant directed episodes 1-5, Duncan Foster directed 6-7 and Derren Litten directed 8-9.
     
    Episode 1
     
    Wedding anticipation is in the air at the Solana as Joyce & Monty’s big day has arrived. It’s Billy & Sheron’s 25th wedding anniversary holiday. Sam is left in charge of the Solana and is looking at ways to make some quick cash! Things go awry at the wedding so Kenneth volunteers to save the day. 
     
    Guests – Nigel Havers, Tony Hadley and Michael Starke
     
     
     

  • Britain’s Brightest Family

    Ep 7/15

    Quiz battle axe The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty, hosts a brand new quiz in which 16 brilliantly bright families take part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain’s Brightest Family.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Wed 28 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 8.30pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: nick@ndear.co.uk
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 7
     
    This week the Rockliffe-King family from Cumbria aim to beat the Wright family from Durham for a place in the quarter finals of this knockout tournament hosted by the Queen of quizzing, The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty.
     
    Series overview
     
    Quiz battle axe The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty, hosts a brand new quiz in which 16 brilliantly bright families take part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain’s Brightest Family.
     
    But there’s a twist - as in this game it’s not just what you know that’s important, but also what you think your family know, as players must nominate a team mate to answer the questions - how well do our families know each other? In this series we’ll find out!
     

     

  • 100 Years Younger in 21 Days

    Ep 1/4

    In a brand new four-part series, eight well-loved and well-worn celebrities take part in a bold and unique experiment to find out if we really can stop the ageing process. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 27 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: hannah.green@itv.com fiona.galliver@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 1
     
    In a brand new four-part series, eight well-loved but indisputably well worn famous faces take part in a bold and unique experiment to challenge the ageing process. 
     
    Soap legend  and chain smoking actress June Brown, Emmerdale and Coronation Street's Claire King, Mr Catchphrase Roy Walker, party loving EastEnders star Sid Owen, Benidorm's Sherrie Hewson, legendary rock n roller Shaun Ryder, astrologer Russell Grant and takeaway addict Googlebox star Sandra Martin are going to endure an extreme regime to see if they really can turn back time and restore their youthful good looks and all round good health.
     
    In episode one, the group of famous faces arrive in beautiful Sardinia and 'The 100 Years Younger Rejuvenation Clinic'. Though the location is heavenly the regime will be hellish, with a extreme diets, brutal exercise and some decidedly unpleasant therapies, which will push the celebrities to their limits.
     
    The celebrities underwent exhaustive scientific testing before arriving in Sardinia to determine their face, body and brain ages. This week the professor delivers the results to the group and there are some nasty surprises in store…
     
    Can they collectively lose 100 years from their face, body and brain ages, without going under the knife in 21 days?
     

     

  • What Would Your Kid Do?

    Ep 4/6

    Jason Manford hosts What Would Your Kid Do? A brand new ITV show that finds out just how well the nation really knows their own children.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 27 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 9.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: nick@ndear.co.uk
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Jason Manford hosts a new series which asks how well we really know our kids, by challenging parents to guess what their children will do in a variety of entertaining situations. 
     
    Each show sees children filmed in a school specially rigged with hidden cameras. The kids think they’re taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, unaware that we’re actually testing everything from empathy to lateral thinking, risk taking to rule breaking.
     
    Back in the studio, Jason challenges the parents to predict what their child will do in each situation: providing a fascinating, surprising and hilarious insight into the developing minds of 5, 6 and 7-year-olds. 
     
    The family with the most correct predictions goes through to the final. But on this show, it’s not the adults choosing the prizes… it’s the kids.    
     

  • 100 Year Old Driving School

    Ep 2/6

    100 Year Old Driving School is back on our screens, following some of Britain’s oldest and much-loved drivers as they put themselves through the paces of a mature driving assessment.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 27 Feb
    Time: 7.30pm - 8.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

     
    Episode 2
     
    This time, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ HQ is a busy biker café in Surrey, where 95-year-old John William Quince arrives to take his first ever driving test. Having driven in Spain for 30 years, John isn’t fazed by the prospect - can he prove to his children that he’s ready to drive on the correct side of the road? 
     
    Further afield, Jock Stares celebrates his 101st birthday in the Gower Peninsula, Wales. In love with life on two wheels, Jock is put through his paces by 28-year old Andrew. We also meet 94-year-old Robert Holt, who still battles London traffic to commute to work. 
     
    With age catching up with all our drivers, they come face-to-face with the verdict of the driving school assessors to find out if it’s time to hand in their keys and say goodbye to their days on the road.   
     
     

     

  • James Martin's American Adventure

    Eps 11-15 Ep 11/20

    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 26 Feb
    Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 
     
    This is a trip that James has been longing to take and it’s a road trip as road trips are meant to be! He’ll travel with a range of different machines, from a classic Harley Davidson to an Aston Martin, a giant Pickup Truck and a 70s Pontiac. 
     
    Starting in California, James and his trusty crew will head down the West Coast taking in the Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles, before swinging inland and heading for Texas. He’ll stop off at Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth and Dallas before his travels see him heading across the American South. In Louisiana, James experiences everything Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Avery Island and The Sugar Belt have to offer. Finally he heads to the North East, to Philadelphia, Salem, Boston and the Hamptons, ending the epic trip in New York.
     
    By exploring food which is more surprising, exciting, diverse and enthralling than any of us imagine, James will get under the skin of a nation perhaps more troubled and divided than it has been for a generation, discovering that it can still amaze the spirited traveller with a dizzying range of fantastic cuisine and bucket list experiences… many of which James has a go at. From Surfing on the Pacific Coast to line dancing, ranch skills to baseball, James tries his hand at classic All-American pastimes.
     
    From the exquisite craft of Thomas Keller in California or Daniel Boulud in New York, to American classics like barbecued ribs, giant steaks and even a whole smoked cow’s head, James conjures up a vision of the food scene in the USA both unexpected and enthralling, adding his own versions of classic dishes both on the road and back in his UK kitchen.
     
    Monday 26th February – New Orleans
     
    James Martin drives into New Orleans in a 1970’s Pontiac, continuing his American Adventure, and he’s in for a massive foodie hit in the city known as “The Big Easy”. After delving into a roadside seafood market, James cooks in the famous Louis Armstrong Park and meets The Songbird of New Orleans, singer Robin Barnes. Lunch is courtesy of local favourite The Palace Café, where redfish is on the menu. And no visit to New Orleans would be complete without a taste of local specialities like the po boy sandwich and sweet begniets. James finishes his stay by cooking on a balcony in the centre of The French Quarter and sipping of one of the local cocktails.
     
    Tuesday 27th February – Plantation Country
     
    Louisiana’s lush plantation country is the next stop. Famous for its sugar productions, the area boasts beautiful plantation houses, rich in history. James arrives in style in a red Mustang and visits historic Houmas House where he cooks in the house’s beautiful gardens before sampling local speciality, gumbo at the hands of the house’s resident chef. Along with a rich history come the ghosts of the past, so James is taken on a ghost tour to find out about the people who once lived and work on the property.
     
    Wednesday 28st February – Lafayette
     
    James Martin’s American Adventure continues with a drive towards Louisiana’s swamplands, where he ditches his car for a high-speed boat. The unique watery wonderland provides James with the perfect location to cook a stunning recipe. He just has to make sure he avoids the alligators. James also discovers nearby Lafayette, a city with a great foodie legacy, where he visits family run smokehouse Johnson’s Boucaniere. There he meets father and daughter Wallace and Lori, and tastes their traditional homemade sausage. For dessert, James tries ice cream from the legendary Borden’s ice cream parlour. Once back on the swamps, James tries to find the local wildlife and cooks one final dish.
     
    Thursday 1st March – Avery Island
     
    James continues his American Adventure with a trip to an island that’s not actually an island. Avery Island is a large salt mound, and the home of the chilli peppers used to make Tabasco sauce. James meets the family who farm the peppers, make the sauce and run the Tabasco company and he’s even granted access to the pepper fields to cook two amazing dishes. James experiences an epic trip on a fan-boat and gets to the mash house, where the peppers are turned into sauce.
     
    Friday 2nd March – Baton Rouge
     
    James Martin ventures into Louisiana’s state capital Baton Rouge to experience a unique American phenomenon - tailgating. It’s the day of a big football match at Louisiana State University, and the LSU Tigers are playing in front of thousands of fans. But the party gets started early! It seems the whole city is out to play and ready to tailgate!. Surrounded by people barbecuing, cooking and sharing food from the back of their pick-up trucks, James joins in and cooks up a storm ahead of the game. He also takes time out to visit a Baton Rouge-based oyster restaurant specialising in North American varieties. Hunger satisfied, James gets back to the game to see the LSU Tigers play.
     

     

  • Marcella

    Series 2 Ep 2/8

    Original multi-layered ITV crime drama series Marcella returns to ITV for an eight-part second series.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 26 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: jo.blanket@itv.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 2
     
    Disturbed by her first fugue in months, Marcella seeks the help of Dr. Fairclough who tells her that it might be a good idea to go back to the origin of the fugues: Juliet’s cot death. Marcella tries to relive that moment at her home but the resulting stress levels put her into another fugue.
     
    At the police station, the team get a break. DNA samples from Reg Reyonld’s flat show that Phil Dawkins had been there. When asked about it, Phil admits to knowing Reg but denies he has anything to do with the boy in the wall and gives the police team an alibi for the night Marcella visited the crime scene.
     
    Phil Dawkins’ alibi holds up and when he’s released, he warns Marcella not to interfere with the new life he’s trying to create.
     
    Marcella turns her focus towards Reg Reynolds again. When questioned about the other DNA samples found at his flat, Reg suffers a panic attack. Marcella overhears him talking to Alan about something that seems suspicious and reports it back to the team. 
     
    A pathology report alerts the team to the fact that Leo had wooden discs inserted in his body before he died. The cause of death is still unknown. In the same room where we saw Luke in episode 1, we see a sedated Adam having wooden discs inserted into his torso.
     
    Marcella has a talk with Edward. He admits to being scared on the day Leo disappeared. Marcella is perturbed as it doesn’t add up. Edward said he left Leo at school because he went to another friend’s house to play video games. What was Edward scared of?
     
    The team are called to the site of a deadly bicycle crash. The driver of the car has abandoned his vehicle after a deadly collision with a cyclist. When police officers open the boot they discover a body, surrounded by the same stuffed toys they found with Leo. The team track the car and make a discovery.
     
    Becky, Jason and Emma arrive at Marcella’s for pizza. But Edward’s not keen on taking part. Becky takes Marcella to one side, Jason told her about Marcella’s blackouts and Becky suggests she sees a hypnotherapist to deal with them. Before leaving, Jason hands Marcella a save-the-date for his wedding which prompts Marcella to ask Mark to find dirt on Becky. And it’s here that we come across another realisation. 
     
    Gail works as an orderly at a private care home. One of the patients is Joel Lawrence, a mute paraplegic man. Gail doesn’t notice his tapping finger, is he trying to communicate to her? 
     
    Maya tries to steer Vince away from attending an important fundraising event for her charity due to the negative press that surrounds him. Vince shows up anyway and launches a drunken tirade against the assembled guests which embarrasses his wife. Tim, who is chairman of the foundation’s board, is also at the event steps in. 
     
    Series overview
     
    Original multi-layered ITV crime drama series Marcella, written by internationally renowned screenwriter and novelist Hans Rosenfeldt (The Bridge) and starring International Emmy award winning Anna Friel (The Girlfriend Experience, Broken, American Odyssey) returns to ITV.
     
    Returning alongside Anna Friel as the lead Marcella, in the highly praised drama are Ray Panthaki (One Crazy Thing), Nicholas Pinnock (Fortitude, Guerrilla), Jamie Bamber (Fearless, NCIS) and Jack Doolan (White Gold).  New cast members are also welcomed; Nigel Planer (Episodes, Comic Strip Presents, The Young Ones), Keith Allen (Eddie The Eagle, My Mad Fat Diary), Sophia Brown (Beauty & The Beast, Clique, Disobedience), Peter Sullivan (Cuffs, Critical, The Borgias), Jason Hughes (Three Girls, Midsomer Murders), Victoria Smurfit (Once Upon A Time, Trial & Retribution, The Beach), Yolanda Kettle (The Crown, Love Nina), Josh Herdman (Harry Potter) and Harriet Cains (Line of Duty, Safe House).
     
    The eight-part series is once again set in contemporary London and the new series unfolds in the unique style of Rosenfeldt’s Nordic style.  Interweaving storylines and characters from all different walks of life and backgrounds will lead the audiences on a complex and emotional journey and keep them guessing until the very end.
     
    The story begins with the discovery of a body inside a wall. The body is clothed in a school blazer and surrounded by soft toys; a devastated Marcella soon works out that the body is that of schoolboy Leo Priestley, who was abducted a few years beforehand and a friend of Marcella’s son, Edward.
     
    A task-force is quickly pulled together by newly promoted DCI, Tim and we are introduced to a new member of the team, LeAnn.  As the investigation progresses, we’re introduced to a number of new characters – a former famous musician Reg and his manager and friend Alan; edgy businessman Vince Whitman and his charity boss wife Maya; a previously convicted criminal Phil Dawkins; sister and brother Gail and Eric; and Becky, the new girlfriend of Marcella’s ex-husband.
     
    Whilst the storylines entwine, Marcella is still battling with her ongoing sporadic fugue states which she struggles to come to terms with and is getting increasingly worried about the effects it is having on her and her family around her.
     
     
    Further information

    The box set of series 1 of Marcella is now available for free on the ITV Hub. Each episode of series 2 will also be available on the Hub throughout the series and as a box set for a further 30 days after the last episode has been on TV.

     
     
     
     

  • Ibiza Weekender

    Series 4 Ep 7/

    Pack your best bikini and party gear as Ibiza Weekender is back for another season of fun on the white Isle. 

    ITV2
    Transmission date: Sun 25 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Anna.Collins@twofour.co.uk
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 7
     
    Following last week’s sacking Head Rep David is determined to bring his remaining reps into line before his new team member arrives. 
     
    Jordan and Callum are keen to move things on with Chyna and Molly but both are worried about competition. While Jordan is determined to do everything within his powers to win back Chyna, Callum has to contend with the arrival of 3 fit guy guests – but will this all change when one of the cheerleading girl guests takes an instant like to him.
     
    As the weekend kicks off Callum finds himself in a real dilemma - with Molly back at base he struggles to fend off the advances of the admiring cheerleader. Leaving him to question if Molly is really the girl for him. 
     
    Meanwhile, new rep Austin’s arrival becomes the focus of Jordan’s attention as its clear Chyna and the new Essex party boy have a few things in common. In a 2-pronged attack of charm he successfully manages to get Austin on side and chip into Chyna’s wariness of him. 
     
    Having so far managed to avoid temptation, Callum decides to take Molly on a romantic date. Molly hates dates and following a pep talk from Chyna the ex bricky comes clean about her true feelings and puts Callum clearly in the friendzone – leaving him free to follow his temptations once again. 
     
    As the guests depart following another successful weekend David seems to be getting the team dynamic he has always wanted – but with the return of an old face on the cards how long will this last.
     
     
    Series overview
     
    Twofour and Motion Content Group’s successful Weekender brand is set to return for a seventh scorching season on ITV2.
     
    Ibiza Weekender yet again proved to be essential viewing as it grew its loyal fan base among the younger viewers throughout this year’s run. With the destination hotspot of Ibiza ever popular, an extended 10 x 60’ run on the White Isle will follow some familiar rep faces along with a few new ones eager to learn the ropes on Europe’s biggest party island.
     
    With fixed rig cameras at the hotel, the series will capture all of the drama and reality as it unfolds. Expect high jinks, outrageous nights out and dramas around the clock.
     
     

  • Peston on Sunday

    Ep 7/

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 25 Feb
    Time: 10.00am - 11.00am
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.
     
    Providing a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with a stellar line-up of guests from across the political spectrum as well as cultural figures, Peston on Sunday introduces elements from the arts, literature, and humour to add to the discourse on offer. 
     
     

  • Dancing on Ice

    Ep 8/

    Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the greatest show on ice continues as 12  celebrities compete to become this year’s champion of the rink.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 25 Feb
    Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: justin.jeffreys@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Series overview
     
    Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the greatest show on ice returns as the remaining 10 celebrities compete to become this year’s champion of the rink.
     
    Skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean lead the judging panel alongside expert choreographer Jason Gardiner and dance supremo, Ashley Banjo.
     
    With the help of some of the world’s greatest skating professionals, our remaining celebrities take to the ice to try and avoid the dreaded Skate Off. 
     
    The full line up of celebrity skaters and their professional partners is as follows:
     
    For weekly Skate Off results - contact justin.jeffreys@itv.com
     
    Candice Brown and Matt Evers
    Donna Air and Mark Hanretty
    Cheryl Baker and Dan Whiston
    Alex Beresford and Brianne Delcourt
    Kem Cetinay and Alex Murphy
    Antony Cotton and Brandee Malto
    Max Evans and Ale Izquierdo
    Lemar and Melody Le Moal
    Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer
    Perri Shakes-Drayton and Hamish Gaman
    Brooke Vincent and Matej Silecky
    Stephanie Waring and Sylvain Longchambon
     
    Dancing on Ice is produced for ITV by ITV Studios.
     
     
     

  • Endeavour

    Colours Ep 4/6

    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 25 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: katy.mason@itv.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Episode 4 - Colours
     
    A photoshoot on an army base turns sinister when one of the models is found dead, and the investigation is complicated when Sam Thursday is revealed to be involved. 
     
    With Thursday side-lined by protocol, Endeavour and Strange take the lead on the investigation for the first time without their mentor. Tensions rise, and the pair clash as their differing opinions push their friendship to breaking point. 
     
    When another body is discovered on the base, Endeavour uncovers family secrets, political affiliations and thwarted love affairs to find the truth.
     
    Across town, a racial protest outside a hairdresser’s turns violent, and reveals a surprising participant among its left-wing supporters.
     
    Meanwhile, a new relationship and a new hobby give both Endeavour and Thursday hope for the future.
     
    Series overview
     
    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.
     
    With each film once again written by series creator Russell Lewis, the new series begins with Morse having finally passed his Sergeant’s exams just as Oxford City Police merges into Thames Valley Constabulary creating uncertainty for everyone at Cowley CID. And despite Joan Thursday (Sara Vickers) return to Oxford, much also remains unresolved following her disappearance the previous year and Endeavour’s unexpected proposal.
     
    Also returning will be Roger Allam (The Missing) as Detective Chief Inspector Fred Thursday, Anton Lesser (The Crown) as Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright, Dakota Blue Richards (Skins) as WPC Shirley Trewlove, Sean Rigby (Gunpowder) as Sergeant Jim Strange, James Bradshaw (Primeval) as Dr. Max DeBryn, Caroline O'Neil (Last Tango In Halifax) as Win Thursday and Abigail Thaw (I Want My Wife Back) as Dorothea Frazil. The series also sees the arrival of new recruit Detective Constable George Fancy, played by Lewis Peek (Poldark), whom Morse is reluctantly tasked with mentoring.
     
    Other names who guest star in the upcoming series include Donald Sumpter (Game Of Thrones), Phil Daniels (New Tricks), Emma Rigby (Prisoners’ Wives), Steve Elder (Apple Tree Yard) and Robin Weaver (Call The Midwife).
     
    The new films have been executive produced by Russell Lewis, alongside former Endeavour producer Tom Mullens, Mammoth Screen’s Managing Director Damien Timmer and Rebecca Eaton for WGBH. John Phillips (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man) and Neil Duncan (Fortitude) have produced the new series.
     
     
     

     

  • Survival of the Fittest

    Eps 14-20 Ep 14/20

    With the South African savannah as the backdrop, Survival of the Fittest will see a group of young, hot singles living together under the searing sun as they take part in the ultimate battle of the sexes, in order to win a big cash prize.

    ITV2
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 9.50pm - 10.50pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: victoria.shires@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

     
    With the South African savannah as the backdrop, Survival of the Fittest will see a group of young, hot singles living together under the searing sun as they take part in the ultimate battle of the sexes, in order to win a big cash prize.
     
    A team of girls and a team of boys will battle it out in a series of stunning physical and mental challenges to determine which sex has the upper hand, while romantic dates will test their loyalties to the limit.
     
    Will the girls put sisters before misters and will the boys choose mates over dates? Or will the temptation be too much and they end up in bed with the enemy?
     
    From the makers of Love Island, this brand new stripped entertainment series will give viewers the power to decide who stays in the competition, who goes home, and which sex ultimately comes out on top.
     
    Continues each night at 9pm on ITV2
     
    Saturday 24 February at 9.50pm - 10.50pm
    Sunday 25 February at 10pm - 11pm
    Monday 26 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Tuesday 27 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Wednesday 28 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Thursday 1 March at 9pm - 10pm
    Friday 2 March at 9pm - 10.30pm
     
     
    Welcome to The Lodge
     
    On the Girls team - Dani, Georgia, Georgie, Jenny, Mariam and Tia
     
    On the Boys team - Callum, David, James, Ryan, Tristan and Warren
     
    They will live in the Limpopo region of South Africa.
     
    The lodge where they are staying has been modified and designed especially for Survival of the Fittest.
     
    The Lodge is vast with a Girls Dorm and a Boys Dorm. There is also a Dressing Room for the Girls and Boys to get ready pre and post challenge.
     
    There are wooden trunks for storage at the end of the Girls and Boys beds, plus a charging portal for the watches they will wear which will alert them of a new challenge. The watches operate on a closed secure network, so the Boys and Girls can never communicate with the world outside The Lodge.
     
    There is a stunning luxurious outdoor bathroom that comes equipped with a bath (big enough for two), a rainfall shower, double sinks and two toilets.
     
    The kitchen is in the centre of The Lodge and is open planned, equipped with all mod cons and is decked out in safari style. It features a beautiful breakfast bar, perfect for catching up around when preparing food or drinks.
     
    Next to the Kitchen is a large dining table especially made for The Lodge. With a sleek wooden finish, the table features a tree trunk as its centrepiece, made from an African tree log. A lot of the wooden bars and fixtures in The Lodge are recycled from pieces of wood and trees found in the surrounding savannah.
     
    There is plenty of room for ‘hanging out’ on a large, comfortable hanging chair - built for two. Plus, the sleek and soft sofas featuring dark wood is another area for the Teams to chat about their days.
     
    The Treehouse is where the Girls and Boys can go to talk about their thoughts, feelings and goings on in The Lodge.
     
    Step outside The Lodge, and there are Daybeds where the Girls and Boys can chill in the day, or comfortably sleep in if they fancy a night under the South African stars.
     
    The Girls and Boys will want to keep on top of their fitness in The Lodge so have an outdoor gym to work out in.
     
    There is a firepit outside to gather around in the evenings.
     
    There is a specially designed pool so they can keep cool in the searing South African heat.
     
    Beyond the pool is the stunning Waterhole, a large lake that is safe for swimming and also looks out onto the stunning South African mountains.
     
    A bridge leads the way over to The Lookout, a place for alone time, quiet time, date time or mate time. The Girls and Boys will also enter The Lodge over the bridge, and it will be the exit should they ever get replaced.
     
    There are 61 cameras in and around The Lodge to capture the Girls and Boys every moves in this ultimate battle of the sexes.
     
    The Lodge, as it appears on the show, took around nine weeks to construct.
     
    There are three lightning conductors on top of The Lodge to guard the lodge from South African storms.
     

     

  • Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

    Ep 1/7

    Ant and Dec are back where they belong, as the kings of Saturday night entertainment return with a brand new series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: justin.jeffreys@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 20 February 2018.
     
    Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
     
    Ant and Dec are back where they belong, as the kings of Saturday night entertainment return with a brand new series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
     
    Packed full of popular features like Undercover and I’m A Celebrity….Get Out Of Me Ear, as well as showbiz guests, exclusive performances, and outrageous live stunts. The BAFTA and National Television Award winning series will celebrate its milestone 100th episode, promising viewers even more surprises than ever before.
     
    TV’s favourite duo are once again joined by on screen sidekicks Scarlett Moffatt and Stephen Mulhern for a high octane opening show that sees Kylie Minogue give the first performance of her new single, as well as stepping back in time to sing some of her biggest hits, in the legendary End of Show Show. Olly Murs takes the reigns as Guest Announcer, while the boys travel back through time in Ant vs Dec for a dare devil Monster Truck challenge and Scarlett Moffatt will be out in a mystery location looking to fill the front row of the studio audience.
     
    With the biggest Place on the Plane giveaway, Takeaway also gears up for its most exciting finale ever where Ant and Dec will be seeing out the series in style live from an undisclosed location, to be revealed in the first show of the series.
     
    Ant and Dec are also on the case as super sleuths in the follow up to The Missing Crown Jewels; as members of The Honoured, a secret service staffed by individuals with honours, they are tasked with solving a new mystery when members of the organisation start to go missing. With an all-star cast that includes Joanna Lumley, Michael Sheen, Emilia Fox and David Walliams, can Ant and Dec reveal the identity of the Big Baddie at the centre of the whodunit?
     
    Amanda Holden falls victim of the first Undercover of the series, as Ant and Dec wreak havoc during a shopping segment on QVC, in their most nerve wracking hidden camera prank in the show’s history.  Meanwhile, more celebrities will be following Ant and Dec’s every instruction as they step forward to face I’m A Celebrity….Get Out Of Me Ear.
     
    Stephen Mulhern’s pop up game show In For A Penny is also back, with Stephen taking to the streets of Britain offering anyone who has a penny in their pocket the chance to play for up to £1,000.
     
    Rita Ora, Paloma Faith and George Ezra will sing out the show in upcoming End of Show Shows, and Alan Carr will be taking to the mic as Guest Announcer. The Script will also be taking part in Sing-a-long Live.
     
    Expect high energy entertainment from start to finish as Saturday night’s most feel good series returns to kick start the weekend with the happiest 90 minutes of the week.  
     
     
     

  • The Voice UK

    The Battles 1 of 3 Ep 8/14

    The Voice UK welcomes Olly Murs to the coaching panel alongside will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson as the search for Britain’s best new vocal talent returns to ITV.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 8.30pm - 9.50pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: leigh.holmwood@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The Battles (1 of 3)
     
    It’s the start of The Battles on The Voice with coaches will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs returning to the infamous red chairs as their acts go head to head and fight for a place on their coach’s team.
     
    The singers that impress their coach the most remain in the competition with a chance of winning a recording contract with Polydor Records. Will those that aren’t so lucky get stolen by the other coaches, or will they be going home?
     

     

  • James Martin's Saturday Morning

    Ep 26/

    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 9.30am - 11.25am
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

     
     
    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 
     
    The series reflects James's love of hearty food as well as some of his other passions…the great outdoors, his beloved dogs and, of course, fast cars. 
     
    Each week he welcomes two guests into his own kitchen. Familiar faces include choirmaster Gareth Malone and weather presenter Carol Kirkwood. 
     
    The chef and his guests cook together inside James’s kitchen and in his garden, making the most of his BBQ and pizza oven. 
     
    Plus, each show features a guest regional chef who cooks in their home or their own restaurant.
     
    Viewers are joining in too as drinks VTs come courtesy of members of the public, who’ll give an authentic response to the wines and other drinks they taste. 
     
    Plus look out for an exciting twist in each episode, which sees James attempting to create a dish in the most difficult of circumstances...
     
     

  • Through The Keyhole

    Ep 8/

    Join Keith Lemon in Through the Keyhole as he rummages around three mystery celebrity houses unearthing clues for the studio panel to guess ‘who habitates in a house like this.’

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 9.50pm - 10.45pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Amy.Huson@fremantlemediauk.com
    Picture contact:

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    Episode 8
     
    Keith Lemon rummages around three mystery celebrity houses unearthing clues for the studio panel to guess ‘who habitates in a house like this?’
     
    On this week’s star-studded panel are presenter Jonathan Ross, TV and radio host Melanie Sykes and celebrity choreographer Ashley Banjo. 

     

  • Six Nations Live

    Six Nations Live 2018 – Ireland v Wales Ep 1/1

    ITV’s live coverage of the NatWest Six Nations Championship 2018 features a stellar line-up of on-screen talent and matches from the year’s biggest rugby event set to be shown on the channel.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 1.30pm - 4.30pm
    Genre: Sport
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
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    Six Nations Live 2018 – Ireland v Wales 
     
    Joe Schmidt's Ireland are buoyant after making a strong start to their Six Nations campaign thanks to Jonny Sexton's heroics in Paris and a comprehensive dismantling of Italy in Dublin.
     
    By contrast, Wales will be smarting after their narrow 12-6 defeat last time out against England at Twickenham, when Gareth Anscombe was denied what many felt to be a perfectly valid try.
     
    At least Warren Gatland's extensive injury list seems to be clearing - Dan Biggar, Taulupe Faletau and Liam Wiliams could all feature for the first time this tournament.
     
    Mark Pougatch is joined by Brian O'Driscoll, Gareth Thomas and Jonny Wilkinson for live coverage from the Aviva stadium in Dublin, with commentary from Nick Mullins, Gordon D'Arcy and Shane Williams.
     
     
    Series overview
     
    ITV’s live coverage of the NatWest Six Nations Championship 2018 features a stellar line-up of on-screen talent and matches from the year’s biggest rugby event set to be shown on the channel.
     
    The channel will show seven matches throughout the six weeks of the tournament, including key clashes such as England v Wales and Ireland v Wales, as well as Ireland v Scotland and what some are tipping to be the title decider, England v Ireland at Twickenham.
     
    The 2018 Championship, which kicks off on Saturday February 3, marks the third of a six-year deal between ITV and the BBC that sees matches shared between both broadcasters on television and online.
     
    Leading ITV’s team will be presenters Mark Pougatch and Jill Douglas, joined by Jonny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio, members of England’s victorious Rugby World Cup 2003 team, along with their coach Sir Clive Woodward, former Ireland captain Brian O’Driscoll, former Wales captain Gareth Thomas, former Scotland and Lions coach Sir Ian McGeechan, England Women World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi, former England international Ugo Monye, former Italian captain Marco Bortolami and former Scotland international Jim Hamilton.
     
    Martin Bayfield will combine presenting duties with his role as reporter. Joining them with a wealth of experience in the commentary box will be Nick Mullins, Martin Gillingham and Simon Ward, plus co-commentators Shane Williams, Gordon D’Arcy, Ben Kay, Scott Hastings and David Flatman. Bringing viewers all the latest developments from in and around the stadia will be reporter Gabriel Clarke.
     
    Following the success of ITV’s exclusive Rugby World Cup 2015 coverage, 2016 saw ITV broadcast Six Nations Rugby for the first time. ITV will also exclusively broadcast live coverage of Rugby World Cup 2019 from Japan, and Rugby World Cup 2023.
     
    In recent years, ITV has taken viewers right to the heart of the action with ref cams, specialist lineout cameras, tracking cameras, corner post cameras and spider cams to ensure viewers can see crunch moments from a range of close-up perspectives.
     
    Brand new this year will be the ITV Six Nations podcast, hosted by David Flatman and Tom Shanklin. There will be six episodes, including a preview of the tournament, in which Flats and Shanks will discuss all the main talking points in their own humorous and engaging style.
     
    Every match will be simulcast live on the ITV Hub, on web and app, for viewers to watch online, and our responsively designed Six Nations site – itv.com/six-nations – will help bring the tournament to life with all the latest news and highlights of all games. The ITV Rugby Twitter account will feature in-match clips during each of the channel’s broadcasts.
     
    ITV’s portfolio of world-class sports rights also includes the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia, exclusive, live, free to air coverage of all England's qualifying matches for major tournaments until 2022, as well as the Tour de France, the French Open, and exclusive live coverage of horse racing.
     
    ITV Six Nations 2018 schedule
     
    Sunday February 4: Italy v England [KO 3pm] 2.15pm ITV
     
    Saturday February 10: Ireland v Italy [KO 2.15pm] 1.30pm ITV
    - plus England v Wales [KO 4.45pm] 4.20pm ITV
     
    Saturday February 24: Ireland v Wales [KO 2.15pm] 1.30pm ITV
     
    Saturday March 10: Ireland v Scotland [KO 2.15pm] 1.30pm ITV
     
    Saturday March 17: Italy v Scotland [KO 12.30pm] 12pm ITV
    - plus England v Ireland [KO 2.45pm] 2.25pm ITV
     
     
    PRESS PACK Q&As
     
    MARK POUGATCH
     
    Who do you think will win the Six Nations and why? Can you see England claiming their third title in a row?
     
    I don’t think anyone will win the Grand Slam but I can see England winning the title, with their Twickenham match against Ireland being pivotal. 
     
    Which players are you looking forward to watching?
     
    Anthony Watson of England after his Lions performances. But what position will he play in the backs? Also, Ali Price and his ability to give Scotland a different dimension from scrum half and Liam Williams, who if fit is a certain starter for Wales.
     
    Who are the dark horses?
     
    Scotland. Such an encouraging autumn, a destruction of Australia, a scaring of the All Blacks. Their ‘dark horses’ tag is receding fast because of their recent big strides, but the challenge now is to prove it in the Six Nations.
     
    Which matches are you particularly looking forward to, and why?
     
    England v Ireland - with two Irish provinces in the Champions Cup quarter finals, Ireland will be optimistic for a good Championship, but it’s time now to translate that into big wins away from Dublin. Also Scotland v England - should be titanic with Scotland’s stock at its highest for years. 
     
    What impact do you think changes in circumstances for the teams (for example, key players like Bastareaud, O'Brien and Vunipola missing out through suspension or injury) will have on the Six Nations?
     
    With the Lions tour over, it’s now full steam ahead with the Rugby World Cup just 19 months away and any replacement for big name players will have a massive incentive. I think any impact will therefore be quite short term.
     
     
    JILL DOUGLAS 
     
    Who do you think will win the Six Nations and why? Can you see England claiming their third title in a row?
     
    England, with their track record and success over the November tests, make them the team to beat. The depth of the squad is impressive. Scotland, if they can keep their injuries to a minimum, will be competitive. 
     
    Which players are you looking forward to watching? Stuart Hogg (naturally).
     
    Who are the dark horses?
     
    France.
     
    Which matches are you particularly looking forward to, and why?
     
    I love Rome and I am looking forward to Italy v Scotland on the final weekend… Scotland chasing a Grand Slam?
     
    What impact do you think changes in circumstances for the teams (for example, key players like Bastareaud, O'Brien and Vunipola missing out through suspension or injury) will have on the Six Nations?
     
    The 6 Nations always throws up surprises/injuries/suspensions etc… Even with full squads at the start of the competition, there will be key players who sadly miss out later through injury. England look like they have the biggest issues in the back row but as I said earlier, they have so much quality to choose from!
     
    How much of an impact will the new laws around rucks and tacklers using the ball have on the tournament?
     
    It is the way it is interpreted by the referrers that will have the biggest impact.
     
     
    MAGGIE ALPHONSI
     
    Who do you think will win the Six Nations and why? Can you see England claiming their third title in a row?
     
    I think Ireland will win the title. If it was not for significant injuries and absences I would have backed England all the way but the odds are in favour of Ireland. They have three games at home and many of their players are in form with Leinster and Munster both through to the quarter-finals of the European Cup. It has already been talked about a lot, but the fact that the Ireland players are centrally contracted also has an impact. The Ireland players are not at the beck and call of their clubs, so Ireland can manage players and pick players on form. England have a significant number of key players unavailable due to injuries and that will have an impact. Notable absences from Billy Vunipola, Nathan Hughes at number 8 and Joe Marler, Ellis Genge and Beno Obano at loose head prop means Eddie Jones is forced to select what would have been his third or fourth choice in some positions. If Ireland can get off to a good start, I struggle to see Ireland being stopped. I don’t think they will win the grand slam but I do think they will win the title. 
     
    Which players are you looking forward to watching?
     
    I am looking forward to seeing James Davis and Josh Adams make their international appearance for Wales. No Sam Warburton, Dan Lydiate and with Taulupe Faletau recovering from injury mean James could play a significant part in Wales’s campaign. James is a strong ball carrier and he has a huge workrate. He is in form for Scarlets, and I still remember the impressive display of performances he put in for Team GB 7s in Rio during the 2016 Olympics. A real grafter and will break tackles with ease. Josh is another player who is in form. Current top try scorer in the Aviva Premiership and I would love to see if he can replicate that form on the international stage. With George North carrying an injury and with Liam Williams with a suspected groin injury Adams could make a name for himself. 
     
    Who are the dark horses?
     
    I would have said Wales but now they have serious injury concerns with Dan Biggar and an ever growing injury list, I fail to see how they could claim the title. Scotland are a team who are continually pushing. France are also outsiders, they have had a change in management, but they too have had a series of injury blows and key players not selected because they are out of form. I think the tournament will be a two horse race between England and Ireland. 
     
    Which matches are you particularly looking forward to, and why?
     
    I am looking forward to the final round match between England and Ireland. Similar to last year, I feel this game could be a title decider. Also looking forward to Scotland v England, with England struggling with key injuries Scotland could have a chance at securing a narrow win.
     
    What impact do you think changes in circumstances for the teams (for example, key players like Bastareaud, O'Brien and Vunipola missing out through suspension or injury) will have on the Six Nations?
     
    As explained above, due to their absences I think England's chances of taking the title are reduced. The key ones for me are Nathan Hughes or Billy Vunipola. It will be hard to replace what they both bring, in terms of gainline successes and setting up a platform for the backs. If Dan Biggar suspected injury is serious and rules him out of the tournament, I feel Wales chances to be fairly limited. Ireland too have notable injuries, but have a good depth of quality within their squad which could prove to be their saving grace.
     
    How much of an impact will the new laws around rucks and tacklers using the ball have on the tournament?
     
    I don't think it will have a huge impact because these laws have been enforced since the start of season and during the autumn internationals. Players, teams and officials are familiar with these laws and have adapted their game management appropriately. The only change I believe there will be compared to last year, is an increase in the speed of the ball from the breakdown. The breakdown area regardless of the rule change still is hard to ref and this will be an area I expect the officials will be strict to manage.
     
     
    SIR IAN MCGEECHAN
     
    Who do you think will win the Six Nations and why? Can you see England claiming their third title in a row?
     
    England are still the team to beat - 22 wins from 23 games says it all, and they have second favourites Ireland at Twickenham, so home advantage could be the difference.
     
    Which players are you looking forward to watching?
     
    I’m looking forward to watching some potentially very exciting three-quarters. For Wales, Josh Adams and Owen Williams, their involvement could reflect the effectiveness of Wales’ change of approach. For Ireland, Jordan Larmour, good feet and the strength to break the line, even though selected at 15. Ireland’s only uncapped player. For England, Jonny May, who’s having a brilliant season, and Zach Mercer with an opportunity he did not expect at No 8.
     
    Who are the dark horses?
     
    For me the dark horses are Scotland. They have genuine attacking ability, playing a fast and more accurate game which should bring points. Their improvement at the breakdown could be a key element.
     
    Which matches are you particularly looking forward to, and why?
     
    Wales v Scotland – this could be the battle of the dark horses and whoever wins takes a big step towards being a Championship contender. Wales will be trying to continue to expand their attacking game. Scotland will be keen to keep theirs under 6 Nations pressure. Also England v Ireland - on recent form these are the two strongest teams so a potential winner takes all in the final weekend looks appetising. Ireland’s ability to play controlled error-free rugby with the depth of experience they have could be a major challenge for England at Twickenham.
     
    What impact do you think changes in circumstances for the teams (for example, key players like Bastareaud, O'Brien and Vunipola missing out through suspension or injury) will have on the Six Nations?
     
    There will always be players missing, but it is often position and unit places which determine impact. With this comes opportunities, no more so than for Zach Mercer at number 8 for England. It is important experience which, when gained, creates additional depth and tactical opportunities going forward.
     
    It is more of an issue when one unit, as with the Welsh back row, is affected. Warburton, Faletau and Lydiate is a serious combination to lose. The involvement of Tipuric, who could be the key man, Shingler, Davies, Navidi and Moriarty will change the dynamic for Wales and could well surprise opponents.
     
    How much of an impact will the new laws around rucks and tacklers using the ball have on the tournament?
     
    The new interpretations should free up ball earlier to produce quicker phase play transitions. There are more breakdowns because of the added fluency, but these need to be dynamic to consistently create an impact. Quicker ball allows ball carriers to run at shoulders and arms, which, subsequently keeps them on their feet longer with their arms free to off-load, that will be the real bonus if achieved.
     
     
    SHANE WILLIAMS
     
    Who do you think will win the Six Nations and why? Can you see England claiming their third title in a row?
     
    England. Their home games are their biggest games. I don't see them losing at home this championship to wales or Ireland. If the Ireland game would have been in Dublin I may have chosen Ireland for the championship. France and Italy won't pose a threat but Scotland is going to be interesting! England’s squad is also the strongest in tournament, I believe. They are a squad full of confidence which is very dangerous. 
     
    Which players are you looking forward to watching? 
     
    Stuart Hogg, who has been the form player in the 6 Nations for some time. I enjoy his guts and wizardry. Also, Steffan Evans - a player who has been consistent in the Pro 14 and is now getting to grips with international rugby. 
     
    Who are the dark horses? 
     
    The most improved team from the autumn series, Scotland, are playing some great rugby at the moment and are a joy to watch. Stuart Hogg has to have a good tournament for them to be successful. 
     
    Which matches are you particularly looking forward to, and why?
     
    England v Wales is always the big one for a Welsh fan but I’m also intrigued by the trip England have to make to Murrayfield. Scotland will be tough at home this championship and are full of self belief. 
     
    What impact do you think changes in circumstances for the teams (for example, key players like Bastareaud, O'Brien and Vunipola missing out through suspension or injury) will have on the Six Nations? 
     
    For whatever reason players missing I believe it won't impact the competition whatsoever! There are a lot of brilliant players in the 6 Nations to keep an eye on and sometimes when players are injured or suspended it gives other players opportunities to shine. 
     
    How much of an impact will the new laws around rucks and tacklers using the ball have on the tournament? 
     
    Whenever a new law is introduced it's always interesting. The new laws have been brought in to speed the game up and allow the game to flow which is what we have all been wanting for some time. I'm sure it will be an immediate success. 
     
     
     
     

  • Take Me Out

    Series 10 Ep 7/

    Paddy McGuinness returns for more match making fun, but which of his 30 single ladies will be whisked away on a date to the Isle of Fernandos? 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 24 Feb
    Time: 6.00pm - 7.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 09 2018 : Sat 24 Feb - Fri 02 Mar
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Amy.Huson@fremantlemediauk.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

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    Celebrity Special
     
    Paddy McGuinness celebrates the 10th anniversary of the smash hit dating show in this one-off special.
     
    Tonight’s episode features a very special twist - it’s 30 of Paddy’s all-time favourite returning boys behind the lights, and female celebrities that are coming down the legendary love lift.
     
    TOWIE star Chloe Sims and Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane make Take Me Out dating history when they become the first ever females to brave the love lift in hope of winning a date to the Isle of Fernando’s.
     
    Paddy also catches up with some of the show’s real-life lasting love matches as he visits the couples that found true and lasting love from the show. With an impressive record of seven marriages and three babies created over the years, there’s a lot of catching up for Matchmaker McGuinness to do.  
     
     

     

  • Lethal Weapon

    Birdwatching Ep 7/

    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Fri 23 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: gary.smith@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Episode 7 - Birdwatching
     
    Riggs and Murtaugh investigate the death of a surfer. Meanwhile, Murtaugh grows suspicious of Trish’s new friend, with whom she’s been working on a charity event – and then learns it’s NBA champion SCOTTIE PIPPEN (guest starring as himself). Also, Riggs has violent nightmares that bring up scars from his childhood.
     
    Series 2 overview
     
    Lethal Weapon combines action and drama with friendship and humour as it follows classic cop duo Riggs (Clayne Crawford) and Murtaugh (Damon Wayans), who are working a crime-ridden beat in modern-day Los Angeles. Murtaugh has everything to live for, Riggs has nothing to lose, and in the series one finale, Murtaugh found out just how much Riggs was willing to sacrifice in pursuit of the drug cartel that he believes is responsible for his wife’s death.
     
    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home, alongside his wife, Trish (Keesha Sharp). And even though Murtaugh seeks support in Riggs, he realises their partnership is still a volatile roller coaster ride.
     
     
     

     

  • John Worboys: The Taxi Cab Rapist with Susanna Reid

    Ep 1/1

    In this one-off documentary for ITV’s Crime & Punishment season, Susanna Reid speaks to victims and people who knew John Worboys to ask whether he really is fit to be freed - or whether he remains a threat to women.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Thu 22 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

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    John Worboys: The Taxi Cab Rapist with Susanna Reid
     
    “More than anything, I want to know if women are still being let down by the criminal justice system when it comes to sex crimes.” - Susanna Reid, reporter
     
    In this one-off documentary for ITV’s Crime & Punishment season, Susanna Reid speaks to victims and people who knew John Worboys to ask whether he really is fit to be freed - or whether he remains a threat to women.
     
    Cab driver and former stripper Worboys is one of Britain’s most prolific sex attackers, who is  thought to have assaulted over 100 women.
     
    Worboys received an indeterminate prison sentence in 2009 for attacks on 12 women, but the Parole Board has ruled he is now fit to be released after only a decade behind bars, causing a national controversy in which the case was raised in Parliament.
     
    Featuring new testimony from those closely involved in and affected by his case, plus archive footage, this programme provides a unique insight into the chilling story of how Worboys drugged and raped women while working as a taxi driver.
     
    Susanna also investigates whether such a prolific offender who committed such serious crimes should ever be released back on to the streets.
     
     
     

  • The BRIT Awards 2018

    Ep 1/1

    The UK's biggest night in music will be hosted by Jack Whitehall and broadcast live from The O2.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Wed 21 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 10.20pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: lisa.birch@dawbell.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The BRIT Awards 2018
     
    The UK's biggest night in music will be hosted by Jack Whitehall and broadcast live from The O2.
     
    The evening will feature performances from Rita Ora, Rag'n'Bone Man, Jorja Smith, Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, Dua Lipa, Foo Fighters, Sam Smith and Justin Timberlake.
     
    Winners will be revealed throughout the evening with Dua Lipa and Ed Sheeran leading this year's nominations.
     

  • What Would Your Kid Do?

    Ep 3/6

    Jason Manford hosts What Would Your Kid Do? A brand new ITV show that finds out just how well the nation really knows their own children.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 20 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 9.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: nick@ndear.co.uk
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Jason Manford hosts a new series which asks how well we really know our kids, by challenging parents to guess what their children will do in a variety of entertaining situations. 
     
    Each show sees children filmed in a school specially rigged with hidden cameras. The kids think they’re taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, unaware that we’re actually testing everything from empathy to lateral thinking, risk taking to rule breaking.
     
    Back in the studio, Jason challenges the parents to predict what their child will do in each situation: providing a fascinating, surprising and hilarious insight into the developing minds of 5, 6 and 7-year-olds. 
     
    The family with the most correct predictions goes through to the final. But on this show, it’s not the adults choosing the prizes… it’s the kids.    
     

  • 100 Year Old Driving School

    Ep 1/6

    100 Year Old Driving School is back on our screens, following some of Britain’s oldest and much-loved drivers as they put themselves through the paces of a mature driving assessment.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 20 Feb
    Time: 7.30pm - 8.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Episode 1
     
    100 Year Old Driving School is back on our screens, following some of Britain’s oldest and much-loved drivers as they put themselves through the paces of a mature driving assessment. Examiners from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) have set up special hubs across the country to test whether our drivers should still be on the road. 
     
    In this first episode, we meet a fascinating cast of characters still driving in their 80s, 90s and even 100s. In rural Wiltshire, 102-year-old veteran Royal Naval Officer John Errol Manners has successfully cheated death three times before, so is relaxed about his date with destiny when his RoSPA assessor arrives. John likes to drive on the other side of the road so as to “see the oncoming traffic better” and his family eagerly wait for the result of the assessment. 
     
    First to take the plunge at the RoSPA assessment HQ in Thornton Le Dale, North Yorkshire, is 91 year-old Joan Beech, supported by her long-suffering grandson Callum. Next up is Jack Hearn, an international Judo Grand Master, who, at 93 years of age, can still throw people half his age and twice his size. Jack makes it clear that he’s not going to let a driving examiner spoil his day. 
     
    People take assessments for all sorts of reasons, and we get to know some fantastic individuals, all with a never-say die spirit and lust for life. But with age catching up with them, they must now face the steely gaze of the RoSPA assessors and answer the ultimate question - is it finally time to hand in the keys for good? 
     
     

  • Benidorm: 10 Years On Holiday

    Ep 1/1

    New documentary celebrating 10 years of the award winning comedy.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Tue 20 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: gary.smith@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

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    Benidorm: 10 Years on Holiday
     
    New documentary celebrating 10 years of the award winning comedy.
     
    First screened in 2007 in a 30-minute format, the show has grown to be hugely popular with ITV viewers and has been BAFTA nominated and won numerous TV awards over the years including two National TV Awards.
     
    The show’s creator and writer Derren Litten will guide viewers around Benidorm to reveal all about how the show was created whilst visiting the show’s many real life locations.  Cast (past and present) will talk about their roles on the show alongside show bloopers and exclusive behind the scenes footage of the upcoming 10th series being filmed.
     
    All the Garvey family return for the one off special – Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran, Sheila Reid, Ollie Stokes and Hannah Hobley talk about their time on the show.

  • Marcella

    Series 2 Ep 1/8

    Original multi-layered ITV crime drama series Marcella returns to ITV for an eight-part second series.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 19 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: jo.blanket@itv.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    Series overview
     
    Original multi-layered ITV crime drama series Marcella, written by internationally renowned screenwriter and novelist Hans Rosenfeldt (The Bridge) and starring International Emmy award winning Anna Friel (The Girlfriend Experience, Broken, American Odyssey) returns to ITV.
     
    Returning alongside Anna Friel as the lead Marcella, in the highly praised drama are Ray Panthaki (One Crazy Thing), Nicholas Pinnock (Fortitude, Guerrilla), Jamie Bamber (Fearless, NCIS) and Jack Doolan (White Gold).  New cast members are also welcomed; Nigel Planer (Episodes, Comic Strip Presents, The Young Ones), Keith Allen (Eddie The Eagle, My Mad Fat Diary), Sophia Brown (Beauty & The Beast, Clique, Disobedience), Peter Sullivan (Cuffs, Critical, The Borgias), Jason Hughes (Three Girls, Midsomer Murders), Victoria Smurfit (Once Upon A Time, Trial & Retribution, The Beach), Yolanda Kettle (The Crown, Love Nina), Josh Herdman (Harry Potter) and Harriet Cains (Line of Duty, Safe House).
     
    The eight-part series is once again set in contemporary London and the new series unfolds in the unique style of Rosenfeldt’s Nordic style.  Interweaving storylines and characters from all different walks of life and backgrounds will lead the audiences on a complex and emotional journey and keep them guessing until the very end.
     
    The story begins with the discovery of a body inside a wall. The body is clothed in a school blazer and surrounded by soft toys; a devastated Marcella soon works out that the body is that of schoolboy Leo Priestley, who was abducted a few years beforehand and a friend of Marcella’s son, Edward.
     
    A task-force is quickly pulled together by newly promoted DCI, Tim and we are introduced to a new member of the team, LeAnn.  As the investigation progresses, we’re introduced to a number of new characters – a former famous musician Reg and his manager and friend Alan; edgy businessman Vince Whitman and his charity boss wife Maya; a previously convicted criminal Phil Dawkins; sister and brother Gail and Eric; and Becky, the new girlfriend of Marcella’s ex-husband.
     
    Whilst the storylines entwine, Marcella is still battling with her ongoing sporadic fugue states which she struggles to come to terms with and is getting increasingly worried about the effects it is having on her and her family around her.
     
    Episode 1
     

    Five months after the events of the last series, DS Marcella Backland is called to a house where a workman has drilled through a wall and discovered an ear. When the wall is taken down, Marcella is horrified to discover that the ear belonged to Leo Priestley, a 7-year old boy who’s been missing for four years and who knew her son.  Leo was meant to walk home with Edward, Marcella’s son on the day he went missing.

    Leo’s discovery puts Marcella in confrontation with a previously convicted child abuser, Phil Dawkins. Dawkins is open to Marcella about being a non-practising paedophile – his urges are deemed unacceptable by society and he takes precautions to control them. Following his release from prison he’s tried to move on to an acceptable life but Marcella struggles to move past Phil’s admission.

    Forensics alerts the team to the fact that Leo was put in the wall cavity from one of the neighbouring flats belonging to Reg Reynolds, a former drummer with the hit 70’s band Swiss Coast.

    Reg can’t remember his whereabouts at the time Leo went missing. His manager, Alan Summers, tells the team that Swiss Coast were out of the country on tour at the time but it seems like they are hiding something.

    Marcella visits Edward to who is staying with Jason and his new partner Becky.  She breaks the news to him about Leo and when Marcella leaves, it’s apparent that Edward is troubled by the re-emergence of past events.

    When Marcella arrives home Tim is there, cooking dinner and we realise that they’re relationship has developed further. Marcella’s restless with Tim and can’t sleep. During the night, she heads to the place where Leo was buried to pay her respects and incident occurs.

    Back at work, the team send forensics back to the flat, interview Alan Summers and then Marcella gets a text from Edward asking her to come get him from school. When she arrives, Edward is nowhere to be seen and Marcella gets worried and enters a fugue – her first in six months. She chases a car that Edward was seen getting into with unforeseeable consequences.

    Marcella comes out of her fugue and is faced with confronted by Jason. Marcella has to tell him the truth about the fugues but Jason tells her to get help or he won’t allow her near the children anymore. When Jason has left, we cut to a grainy live image of Marcella, as someone covertly watches her through the webcam on her computer.

    The dynamics of the police team have shifted since the last series. Laura has moved on to a new position, Tim is now the new boss of the team and he brings with him DC LeAnn Hunter.

    In the course of the episode we meet Eric and Gail, siblings who are struggling to make ends meet in contemporary London. Eric tries unsuccessfully to get money from the father of Gail’s child and an encounter at a foodbank and his general demeanour hint that Eric is suffering some form of PTSD having returned from military service in Afghanistan.

    Eric is working on a zero hours contract in the warehouse of Red Cow Gifts, a company owned by self-made millionaire, Vince Whitman. Vince is under fire from the press for his shady employment contracts and it begins to affect his wife, Maya Whitman’s, successful children’s charity, The Whitman Foundation.

     

    Further information

    The box set of series 1 of Marcella is now available for free on the ITV Hub. Each episode of series 2 will also be available on the Hub throughout the series and as a box set for a further 30 days after the last episode has been on TV.

     

     

     

  • James Martin's American Adventure

    Eps 6-10 Ep 6/20

    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 19 Feb
    Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    Following the success of his French Adventure, chef James Martin is setting off on the next leg of his journey - the U S of A. 
     
    This is a trip that James has been longing to take and it’s a road trip as road trips are meant to be! He’ll travel with a range of different machines, from a classic Harley Davidson to an Aston Martin, a giant Pickup Truck and a 70s Pontiac. 
     
    Starting in California, James and his trusty crew will head down the West Coast taking in the Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles, before swinging inland and heading for Texas. He’ll stop off at Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth and Dallas before his travels see him heading across the American South. In Louisiana, James experiences everything Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Avery Island and The Sugar Belt have to offer. Finally he heads to the North East, to Philadelphia, Salem, Boston and the Hamptons, ending the epic trip in New York.
     
    By exploring food which is more surprising, exciting, diverse and enthralling than any of us imagine, James will get under the skin of a nation perhaps more troubled and divided than it has been for a generation, discovering that it can still amaze the spirited traveller with a dizzying range of fantastic cuisine and bucket list experiences… many of which James has a go at. From Surfing on the Pacific Coast to line dancing, ranch skills to baseball, James tries his hand at classic All-American pastimes.
     
    From the exquisite craft of Thomas Keller in California or Daniel Boulud in New York, to American classics like barbecued ribs, giant steaks and even a whole smoked cow’s head, James conjures up a vision of the food scene in the USA both unexpected and enthralling, adding his own versions of classic dishes both on the road and back in his UK kitchen.
     
    Monday 19th February – Los Angeles
     
    James Martin enters the “City of Dreams” in style, driving a vintage Porsche on his way to some of the standout foodie highlights of the series. After a visit to an incredible food market in Santa Monica, James heads to the beach to cook up a storm. In a place full of fitness fads and the “body-beautiful”, James meets a pensioner who also happens to be a fitness coach – and she looks far from her age! James drops in on his old friend, chef-to-the-stars Wolfgang Puck, at his Beverly Hills restaurant CUT, where James assists in the kitchen in return for a bite of the best steak in town. But there’s always room for more in LA, and James finishes his visit with a bite of his favourite pizza.
     
    Tuesday 20th February – San Antonio
     
    James Martin begins the Texan leg of his American Adventure by visiting a place with more than a hint of Mexican spice. San Antonio was once a part of Mexico – and it’s influence is all around. After learning how prohibition helped shape the city, James uses traditional flavours and ingredients to cook his take on Mexican food in the historic market square, before sampling traditional tamales and barbecoa (Mexican barbeques) at the hands of San Antonio’s most famous chef, Johnny Hernandez. James tries street food in the form of hot, fresh chorros and also learns about the famous San Antonio Chilli Queens and their love for hot chilli like no other. 
     
    Wednesday 21st February – Austin
     
    James Martin continues his American Adventure through Texas by delving into Austin. He starts his day with a breakfast taco at iconic Torchy’s, followed by a cowboy themed shopping spree at Allen’s Boots. Once kitted out, he cooks delicious recipes using locally sourced ingredients in front of a mural dedicated to his favourite ingredient – butter. If it’s meat you’re after, Blacks barbecue in nearby Lockhart are the best in the business and we see what makes it so good. And after sampling some vegan BBQ food from one of Austin’s famous food trucks, James meets Austin native and musician Jackie Venson to find out why Austin is known as the USA’s live music capital.
     
    Thursday 22nd February – Fort Worth
     
    Welcome to Cowtown! James continues his American Adventure with a full on cowboy onslaught around Fort Worth. Famous for its great open-range cattle drives of the late 19th century, James gets in the spirit and tries his hand at cattle roping with the famous Fort Worth Herd before cooking outside the cattle exchange. After trying some of the best barbecue meats on the planet in Angelo’s, James dusts off his dancing boots to take part in line dancing at Billy Bobs: the world’s largest honky-tonk. To finish off his time here, James discovers a riverside oasis to barbecue some glorious Texan meats.
     
    Friday 23rd February – Dallas
     
    James Martin’s American Adventure reaches Dallas, with a trip to Southfork, the ranch made famous in the world-renowned TV series Dallas. James gets a tour before cooking in the grounds of the ranch. Once in the heart of the city, James goes to the Texas State Fair and gets and peak at the preparations happening for the huge annual event. Whilst there he tries two Texan classics: the corny dog, followed by deep fried butter. After a deep-fried, fast food hit, James then visits the arts district with a culinary stop at one of the major players in the city’s fine dining scene, The Flora Street Café. And then it’s back to Southfork for James’s own take on the TV series Dallas.
     
     
     
     

     

  • Boarding Schools: The Secret Shame – Exposure

    Ep 1/1

    An estimated one million people in Britain today went to boarding school. But increasingly the true extent of sexual abuse in these elite institutions is coming to light. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Mon 19 Feb
    Time: 10.45pm - 11.55pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

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    Boarding Schools: The Secret Shame – Exposure
     
    An estimated one million people in Britain today went to boarding school. But increasingly the true extent of sexual abuse in these elite institutions is coming to light. 
     
    ITV’s Exposure investigates the private schools that appeared willing to disregard children’s safety, with some failing to take action against predatory paedophiles, who groomed and assaulted young boarders over and over again, sometimes getting away with it for decades. Did protecting a school's reputation mean their pupils were put at risk?
     
    This documentary follows Alex Renton, a journalist who himself was sexually abused as an eight year old by his teacher at one of the country’s top boarding schools. 
     
    Alex is sharing with Exposure a unique database, created from the huge personal correspondence he has received from victims of abuse since he began writing about his own experience of it.
     
    Alex speaks with abuse survivors to expose the systematic failures that allowed paedophiles to go unpunished, and how in some cases this permitted them to continue teaching elsewhere in the private and the state sector, preying on more children. He also meets ‘James’, a former boarding school teacher and convicted paedophile, to ask the questions he couldn’t ask of his own, now dead, abuser.
     
    Despite the decades that have passed since Alex’s time at school, the reporting of abuse allegations is still not legally mandatory at schools in the UK. 
     
    Exposure examines the current safeguarding procedures in place at boarding schools and asks whether these go far enough to protect children in the system today.
     
     

  • Dancing on Ice

    Ep 7/

    Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the greatest show on ice continues as 12  celebrities compete to become this year’s champion of the rink.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 18 Feb
    Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: justin.jeffreys@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Series overview
     
    Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the greatest show on ice returns as the remaining 10 celebrities compete to become this year’s champion of the rink.
     
    Skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean lead the judging panel alongside expert choreographer Jason Gardiner and dance supremo, Ashley Banjo.
     
    With the help of some of the world’s greatest skating professionals, our remaining celebrities take to the ice to try and avoid the dreaded Skate Off. 
     
    The full line up of celebrity skaters and their professional partners is as follows:
     
    For weekly Skate Off results - contact justin.jeffreys@itv.com
     
    Candice Brown and Matt Evers
    Donna Air and Mark Hanretty
    Cheryl Baker and Dan Whiston
    Alex Beresford and Brianne Delcourt
    Kem Cetinay and Alex Murphy
    Antony Cotton and Brandee Malto
    Max Evans and Ale Izquierdo
    Lemar and Melody Le Moal
    Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer
    Perri Shakes-Drayton and Hamish Gaman
    Brooke Vincent and Matej Silecky
    Stephanie Waring and Sylvain Longchambon
     
    Dancing on Ice is produced for ITV by ITV Studios.
     
     
     

  • Peston on Sunday

    Ep 6/

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 18 Feb
    Time: 10.00am - 11.00am
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.
     
    Providing a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with a stellar line-up of guests from across the political spectrum as well as cultural figures, Peston on Sunday introduces elements from the arts, literature, and humour to add to the discourse on offer. 
     
     

  • Ibiza Weekender

    Series 4 Ep 6/

    Pack your best bikini and party gear as Ibiza Weekender is back for another season of fun on the white Isle. 

    ITV2
    Transmission date: Sun 18 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Anna.Collins@twofour.co.uk
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

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    Episode 6
     
    Following last weekend’s drama, and with HR breathing down his neck, Head rep David decides to crack down on the reps. The whole team are all hoping to have a better weekend, But the arrival of a surprise guest for Jordan throws them into chaos yet again. 
     
    With ‘El grand jefe’ on David’s back to make changes to the team he is keeping a close eye on all reps. Behind Marlie’s back, the team are all starting to vent their frustrations with her gossiping and unprofessionalism. Especially when Marlie lets slip to the guests about Jordan and Chyna’s relationship – is she really a team player?
     
    Callum is proving himself as a great rep so far but is struggling to know where he stands with Molly –after throwing an impromptu relaxed romantic evening for them both Molly falls asleep before he can get any straight answers.  
     
    With the guests finding romance between themselves they hardly notice when the team is thrown into chaos with the arrival of Jordan’s surprise guest, his girlfriend. 
     
    Jordan’s world is turned upside down as she reveals to everyone how serious they’d been before the Ibiza season, leaving Jordan and Chyna’s relationship, and even jobs, at risk. 
     
    David pulls off an amazing night for the guests saving their holiday but with another turbulent weekend behind them, he is forced into making a change and losing the weak link, David throws it open to the group to vote but is left making the final decision anyway and after an emotional goodbye they wave goodbye to Marlie.  
     
    Series overview
     
    Twofour and Motion Content Group’s successful Weekender brand is set to return for a seventh scorching season on ITV2.
     
    Ibiza Weekender yet again proved to be essential viewing as it grew its loyal fan base among the younger viewers throughout this year’s run. With the destination hotspot of Ibiza ever popular, an extended 10 x 60’ run on the White Isle will follow some familiar rep faces along with a few new ones eager to learn the ropes on Europe’s biggest party island.
     
    With fixed rig cameras at the hotel, the series will capture all of the drama and reality as it unfolds. Expect high jinks, outrageous nights out and dramas around the clock.
     
     

  • Endeavour

    Passenger Ep 3/6

    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sun 18 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: katy.mason@itv.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    Set in 1968, the new series of ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel sees acclaimed actor Shaun Evans return as the recently promoted Detective Sergeant Endeavour Morse.
     
    With each film once again written by series creator Russell Lewis, the new series begins with Morse having finally passed his Sergeant’s exams just as Oxford City Police merges into Thames Valley Constabulary creating uncertainty for everyone at Cowley CID. And despite Joan Thursday (Sara Vickers) return to Oxford, much also remains unresolved following her disappearance the previous year and Endeavour’s unexpected proposal.
     
    Also returning will be Roger Allam (The Missing) as Detective Chief Inspector Fred Thursday, Anton Lesser (The Crown) as Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright, Dakota Blue Richards (Skins) as WPC Shirley Trewlove, Sean Rigby (Gunpowder) as Sergeant Jim Strange, James Bradshaw (Primeval) as Dr. Max DeBryn, Caroline O'Neil (Last Tango In Halifax) as Win Thursday and Abigail Thaw (I Want My Wife Back) as Dorothea Frazil. The series also sees the arrival of new recruit Detective Constable George Fancy, played by Lewis Peek (Poldark), whom Morse is reluctantly tasked with mentoring.
     
    Other names who guest star in the upcoming series include Donald Sumpter (Game Of Thrones), Phil Daniels (New Tricks), Emma Rigby (Prisoners’ Wives), Steve Elder (Apple Tree Yard) and Robin Weaver (Call The Midwife).
     
    The new films have been executive produced by Russell Lewis, alongside former Endeavour producer Tom Mullens, Mammoth Screen’s Managing Director Damien Timmer and Rebecca Eaton for WGBH. John Phillips (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man) and Neil Duncan (Fortitude) have produced the new series.
     
     
    Episode 3 - Passenger
     
    The railway takes centre stage as Endeavour investigates the disappearance of a local woman - with initial fears linking it to the unsolved murder of a teenager, killed several years earlier.  Endeavour puts the missing woman's last known movements under scrutiny, while Thursday is absorbed in the investigation of a lorry hijack which he suspects is linked to local gangster Eddie Nero.
     
    The murder investigation takes a surprising turn when a woman's body is discovered, but Endeavour notices anomalies at the murder scene which point away from the cold case theory. 
     
    Meanwhile, Cowley is disrupted by the arrival of two rough-and-ready burglary squad officers, also investigating the lorry hijack, who commandeer Fancy for their plans. Soon stumbling on a potential informant, Fancy is thwarted when his new lead is violently killed. The discovery of another body uncovers a clue that blows the case of the missing woman wide open - and leads to an unlikely culprit.
     
     

     

  • James Martin's Saturday Morning

    Ep 25/

    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 17 Feb
    Time: 9.30am - 11.25am
    Genre: Daytime
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: emma.daly@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

     
     
    James Martin's Saturday Morning sees the hugely popular chef returning to Saturday mornings, with a two-hour show from his very own home. 
     
    The series reflects James's love of hearty food as well as some of his other passions…the great outdoors, his beloved dogs and, of course, fast cars. 
     
    Each week he welcomes two guests into his own kitchen. Familiar faces include choirmaster Gareth Malone and weather presenter Carol Kirkwood. 
     
    The chef and his guests cook together inside James’s kitchen and in his garden, making the most of his BBQ and pizza oven. 
     
    Plus, each show features a guest regional chef who cooks in their home or their own restaurant.
     
    Viewers are joining in too as drinks VTs come courtesy of members of the public, who’ll give an authentic response to the wines and other drinks they taste. 
     
    Plus look out for an exciting twist in each episode, which sees James attempting to create a dish in the most difficult of circumstances...
     
     

  • The Voice UK

    Blind Auditions 7 Ep 7/14

    The Voice UK welcomes Olly Murs to the coaching panel alongside will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson as the search for Britain’s best new vocal talent returns to ITV.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 17 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 9.30pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: leigh.holmwood@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    Blind Auditions - 7
     
    The Blind Auditions on The Voice UK conclude this week as the contestants sing for their chance to win one of the final places on the coaches’ teams.
     
    Taking their positions in the infamous red chairs are coaches will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs who will be seeking out the finest vocal talent to complete their line-ups.
     
    Those who earn a place on a team are in for a chance to win a recording contract with Polydor Records    

     

  • Take Me Out

    Series 10 Ep 7/

    Paddy McGuinness returns for more match making fun, but which of his 30 single ladies will be whisked away on a date to the Isle of Fernandos? 

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 17 Feb
    Time: 6.30pm - 8.00pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Amy.Huson@fremantlemediauk.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Episode 7
     
    It’s Paddy McGuinness’ last chance to find a date for his 30 single girls in the series finale.  
     
    Braving the Love Lift tonight are George, a rower from Nottingham, Steve, a bar man from Luton, football fanatic James from Ipswich and life guard Callum from London. 
     
    Plus, catch up on all the latest dating action from all our couples in Fernando’s.
     
     

     

  • Through The Keyhole

    Ep 7/

    Join Keith Lemon in Through the Keyhole as he rummages around three mystery celebrity houses unearthing clues for the studio panel to guess ‘who habitates in a house like this.’

    ITV
    Transmission date: Sat 17 Feb
    Time: 9.30pm - 10.30pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: Amy.Huson@fremantlemediauk.com
    Picture contact:

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 13 February 2018.
     
    Episode 7
     
    Keith Lemon rummages around three mystery celebrity houses unearthing clues for the studio panel to guess ‘who habitates in a house like this?’
     
    On this week’s star-studded panel are comedian Paddy McGuinness, soap star Catherine Tyldesley and football legend Chris Kamara.     
     

     

  • Survival of the Fittest

    Eps 7-13 Ep 7/20

    With the South African savannah as the backdrop, Survival of the Fittest will see a group of young, hot singles living together under the searing sun as they take part in the ultimate battle of the sexes, in order to win a big cash prize.

    ITV2
    Transmission date: Sat 17 Feb
    Time: 9.30pm - 10.35pm
    Genre: Entertainment
    Week: Week 08 2018 : Sat 17 Feb - Fri 23 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: victoria.shires@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

     
    With the South African savannah as the backdrop, Survival of the Fittest will see a group of young, hot singles living together under the searing sun as they take part in the ultimate battle of the sexes, in order to win a big cash prize.
     
    A team of girls and a team of boys will battle it out in a series of stunning physical and mental challenges to determine which sex has the upper hand, while romantic dates will test their loyalties to the limit.
     
    Will the girls put sisters before misters and will the boys choose mates over dates? Or will the temptation be too much and they end up in bed with the enemy?
     
    From the makers of Love Island, this brand new stripped entertainment series will give viewers the power to decide who stays in the competition, who goes home, and which sex ultimately comes out on top.
     
    Continues each night at 9pm on ITV2
     
    Saturday 17 February at 9.30pm - 10.35pm
    Sunday 18 February at 10pm - 11pm
    Monday 19 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Tuesday 20 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Wednesday 21 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Thursday 22 February at 9pm - 10pm
    Friday 23 February at 9pm - 10pm
     
     
    Welcome to The Lodge
     
    On the Girls team - Dani, Georgia, Georgie, Jenny, Mariam and Tia
     
    On the Boys team - Callum, David, James, Ryan, Tristan and Warren
     
    They will live in the Limpopo region of South Africa.
     
    The lodge where they are staying has been modified and designed especially for Survival of the Fittest.
     
    The Lodge is vast with a Girls Dorm and a Boys Dorm. There is also a Dressing Room for the Girls and Boys to get ready pre and post challenge.
     
    There are wooden trunks for storage at the end of the Girls and Boys beds, plus a charging portal for the watches they will wear which will alert them of a new challenge. The watches operate on a closed secure network, so the Boys and Girls can never communicate with the world outside The Lodge.
     
    There is a stunning luxurious outdoor bathroom that comes equipped with a bath (big enough for two), a rainfall shower, double sinks and two toilets.
     
    The kitchen is in the centre of The Lodge and is open planned, equipped with all mod cons and is decked out in safari style. It features a beautiful breakfast bar, perfect for catching up around when preparing food or drinks.
     
    Next to the Kitchen is a large dining table especially made for The Lodge. With a sleek wooden finish, the table features a tree trunk as its centrepiece, made from an African tree log. A lot of the wooden bars and fixtures in The Lodge are recycled from pieces of wood and trees found in the surrounding savannah.
     
    There is plenty of room for ‘hanging out’ on a large, comfortable hanging chair - built for two. Plus, the sleek and soft sofas featuring dark wood is another area for the Teams to chat about their days.
     
    The Treehouse is where the Girls and Boys can go to talk about their thoughts, feelings and goings on in The Lodge.
     
    Step outside The Lodge, and there are Daybeds where the Girls and Boys can chill in the day, or comfortably sleep in if they fancy a night under the South African stars.
     
    The Girls and Boys will want to keep on top of their fitness in The Lodge so have an outdoor gym to work out in.
     
    There is a firepit outside to gather around in the evenings.
     
    There is a specially designed pool so they can keep cool in the searing South African heat.
     
    Beyond the pool is the stunning Waterhole, a large lake that is safe for swimming and also looks out onto the stunning South African mountains.
     
    A bridge leads the way over to The Lookout, a place for alone time, quiet time, date time or mate time. The Girls and Boys will also enter The Lodge over the bridge, and it will be the exit should they ever get replaced.
     
    There are 61 cameras in and around The Lodge to capture the Girls and Boys every moves in this ultimate battle of the sexes.
     
    The Lodge, as it appears on the show, took around nine weeks to construct.
     
    There are three lightning conductors on top of The Lodge to guard the lodge from South African storms.
     

     

  • Lethal Weapon

    Gold Rush Ep 6/

    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Fri 16 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 07 2018 : Sat 10 Feb - Fri 16 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: gary.smith@itv.com
    Picture contact: james.hilder@itv.com

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    2018.
     
    Episode 6 -  Gold Rush
     
    Riggs is reunited with childhood friends and comes to realize they might be mixed up in the robbery-homicide case he and Murtaugh are investigating. Meanwhile, Murtaugh finds a joint stashed in his kitchen that he brings to Scorsese for testing in effort to bust one of his kids.
     
    Series 2 overview
     
    Lethal Weapon combines action and drama with friendship and humour as it follows classic cop duo Riggs (Clayne Crawford) and Murtaugh (Damon Wayans), who are working a crime-ridden beat in modern-day Los Angeles. Murtaugh has everything to live for, Riggs has nothing to lose, and in the series one finale, Murtaugh found out just how much Riggs was willing to sacrifice in pursuit of the drug cartel that he believes is responsible for his wife’s death.
     
    Series two finds the pair up to their same tricks, with Murtaugh attempting to steer clear of the demons that haunt his partner, while navigating some challenging times at home, alongside his wife, Trish (Keesha Sharp). And even though Murtaugh seeks support in Riggs, he realises their partnership is still a volatile roller coaster ride.
     
     
     

     

  • Children Who Kill

    Children Who Kill with Susanna Reid Ep 1/1

    In this documentary for ITV’s Crime & Punishment season, Susanna Reid goes behind bars in America to meet murder convicts who killed when they were children - to investigate whether they should ever be freed.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Thu 15 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 07 2018 : Sat 10 Feb - Fri 16 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    Children Who Kill with Susanna Reid
     
    “I think I deserve a chance [of freedom]. I don’t think it’s too much to ask. I think I deserve it.” - Joshua Phillips, who killed eight-year-old Maddie Clifton aged 14
     
    “Life in prison, without parole, that’s absolutely…  I mean what he did to her, and she doesn’t get to walk the face of the earth again. Why should he?” - Jessica Clifton, Maddie’s sister
     
    In this documentary for ITV’s Crime & Punishment season, Susanna Reid goes behind bars in America to meet murder convicts who killed when they were children - to investigate whether they should ever be freed.
     
    The USA is unique in giving so-called ‘death in prison’ sentences to juveniles who kill. But in 2016 the American Supreme Court ruled such sentences are ‘unconstitutional’ and it is cruel and unusual punishment to send a child to die behind bars - allowing murderers to have their sentences re-examined with the potential chance of one day being paroled.
     
    With exclusive access to high-profile cases involving children who kill, including a murderer speaking for the first time since he discovered he has the right to have his sentence reviewed, this documentary provides a vivid insight into a justice system divided by strong opinions over what the correct punishment should be for this most heinous of crimes.
     
    Susanna meets Joshua Phillips, whose case gripped America 20 years ago when at the age of 14 he murdered his his eight-year-old friend and neighbour Maddie Clifton before concealing her body for six days. Although still a child, Joshua's crime was ruled so heinous he was tried as an adult and sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of release. 
     
    As he prepares for his sentencing review, he meets Susanna and in a candid interview discusses his early life, the murder, his life in prison, and his thoughts about potentially being paroled.
     
    Susanna meets Joshua’s mother Melissa, who tells that her family has been destroyed by the murder, and she learns a disturbing detail about his crime.
     
    Melissa says: “As a parent, as a mother, when something like this happens you start to second-guess yourself - you start to think was I too lenient, was I too strict, what did I miss?”
     
    Susanna discovers the change to America's hardline approach to juvenile crime is extremely unpopular with the families of the victims. The mother and sister of Maddie Clifton are battling hard to keep Joshua locked up for life.
     
    Maddie’s mother Sheila says: "Should he ever be released from prison, I pray I shall no longer be on this earth."
     
    Susanna also goes behind bars to meet Morgan Leppert, described as ‘the blue-eyed devil’ after brutally murdering a disabled man aged 15. Despite the fact she was a child who acted as an accomplice to her 23-year-old boyfriend, she received the same punishment - life without parole.
     
    After eight years in jail, when Susanna asks her what she would do if she was never released, Morgan says: “I would probably kill myself, seriously. No hope, the hope would be gone. I would end it.”
     
    Susanna also visits one of the jurors who took the monumental decision to lock the girl up for life. He recounts the details of Morgan's horrific crime to explain his belief that she is ‘evil’ and should never be released.  
     
    As Joshua Philipps steps into the dock 19 years after his original trial, Susanna is present in court, hoping to find out whether or not the judge believes that even a child who has committed the most horrific of crimes deserves a second chance.
     
     
     
     
     

  • The Cruise: Return to the Mediterranean

    Ep 6/6

    With unique access to one of the world’s largest luxury cruise ships, the Royal Princess, this six-part series returns to follows life on board for the staff and passengers who live, work and play on the vessel as it navigates the Mediterranean.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Thu 15 Feb
    Time: 8.30pm - 9.00pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 07 2018 : Sat 10 Feb - Fri 16 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: tom.hodson@itv.com
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 6 February 2018.
     
    Episode 6
     
    With unique access to one of the world’s largest luxury cruise ships, the Royal Princess, this six-part series returns to follow life on board for the staff and passengers who live, work and play on the vessel as it navigates the Mediterranean.
     
    The crew are winding up for a busy summer season and face new challenges including tension on the bridge as they sail into busy holiday destinations, and heat in the galley, where staff produce up to 20,000 high-quality meals a day.
     
    In the sixth and final episode, as the Mediterranean summer season draws to a close, the crew face one final big challenge - two weddings in one day. With a UK wedding now averaging £34,000, couples are opting to tie the knot on board the ship, where packages can be a fraction of the cost.
     
    Two couples - Fiona and Konrad from the UK, and Rochelle and Martin from New Zealand are among 18 marriages taking place on board the Royal Princess this summer. Passenger services manager Ina has the job of coordinating all the departments involved: from executive chef David’s galley team which is producing two cakes, a buffet and a gourmet meal to Jess, the ship’s very own florist, who has eight bouquets to make in a tight timeframe. 
     
    On the bridge, captain Nick has a tricky manoeuvre to make into the Spanish port of Cartagena. Breakwaters on either side of the entrance to the port mean he has to execute a precisely timed slalom move before he can dock the huge 330m long ship. 
     
    Rookie third officer Josh is anxious about dealing with the busiest and toughest 8am to 4pm watch, which features the most arrivals and departures. But captain Nick gives him a big vote of confidence when he gives up his chair so Josh can take navigational control of the ship on a sea day.
     
    Meanwhile on the lido deck, the ship’s trademark fountain display is broken, proving a mystery for the engineers. Only one man can help - the ship’s Mr Fixit, veteran hotel services engineer Keith. In the ship’s pump room, the problem could be anything from software to pipework. But Keith’s got a hunch it will be a simple fix.
     
    Captain Nick is officiating at the weddings. As he changes into his formal uniform with his gold-leaf tipped cap only worn for weddings, there is only one thing worrying him - how to pronounce the names correctly. Will the crew, well versed in putting on a good show, pull the day off without any hitches?
     

     

  • Britain’s Brightest Family

    Ep 6/15

    Quiz battle axe The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty, hosts a brand new quiz in which 16 brilliantly bright families take part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain’s Brightest Family.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Wed 14 Feb
    Time: 8.00pm - 8.30pm
    Genre: Factual
    Week: Week 07 2018 : Sat 10 Feb - Fri 16 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: nick@ndear.co.uk
    Picture contact: peter.gray@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 6 February 
    2018.
     
    Episode 6
     
    In the sixth heat, the Goodman family from Nottinghamshire pit their wits against the Ali clan from Manchester in an attempt to win a place in the quarter finals of this knockout tournament., hosted by the Queen of quizzing, The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty.
     
    Series overview
     
    Quiz battle axe The Governess, aka Anne Hegerty, hosts a brand new quiz in which 16 brilliantly bright families take part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain’s Brightest Family.
     
    But there’s a twist - as in this game it’s not just what you know that’s important, but also what you think your family know, as players must nominate a team mate to answer the questions - how well do our families know each other? In this series we’ll find out!
     

     

  • Trauma

    Ep 3/3

    The three-part psychological thriller 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.

    ITV
    Transmission date: Wed 14 Feb
    Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm
    Genre: Drama
    Week: Week 07 2018 : Sat 10 Feb - Fri 16 Feb
    Transmission confirmed: Yes
    Press contact: jessica@milkpublicity.com
    Picture contact: patrick.smith@itv.com

    The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Tuesday 6 February 2018.
     
    Series overview
     
    The three-part psychological thriller 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.
     
    Devastated, heartbroken and pushed to the edge, Dan believes Jon is responsible for Alex’s death. As he strives for what he believes is justice, Dan begins to unpick the very fabric of Jon's life as his own unravels in the wake of Alex’s killing.
     
    Trauma is an intricate, fast-paced thriller that questions what makes a man good and explores what happens when the very institutions established to protect us and those who represent them, let us down.
     
    Episode 3
     
    Having been failed by the authorities, Dan takes matters into his own hands to get to the truth.
     
    Full cast list
     
    Jon Allerton - ADRIAN LESTER
    Dan Bowker - JOHN SIMM
    Lisa Allerton - ROWENA KING
    Susie Bowker - LYNDSEY MARSHAL
    Alana Allerton - JADE ANOUKA
    Nora Barker - JEMIMA ROOPER
    Denise Cain - PHILLIPA PEAK
    Catherine Bowker - RAFFIELLA CHAPMAN 
    Mark Bowker - JAMES GASSON
    Alex Bowker - ALBIE MARBER