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Long Lost Family Born Without Trace: What Happened Next

In this ‘What Happened Next?’ episode of Born Without Trace, we revisit two foundlings as they build family ties and make more life-changing discoveries.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
hannah.green@itv.com
lyndsey.large@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

The information contained herein is embargoed from all Press, online, social media, non-commercial publication or syndication - in the public domain - until Tuesday 18 June 2024.

Long Lost Family Born Without Trace: What Happened Next

In this ‘What Happened Next?’ episode of Born Without Trace, we revisit two foundlings as they build family ties and make more life-changing discoveries.

In 1968, Caroline Harris-Gray was found at a hospital in North London, left in a vegetable box in the matron’s office. She went on to have a very happy adoption, but has always had questions about her identity, and about who it was that left her and why. When Caroline saw a newspaper article written from the time she was found, she discovered she was left in a dress and knitted cardigan:

Davina delivered the news that her birth father had sadly died, but that she had paternal family who could tell her more about him. Caroline connected with her paternal siblings Tina and Paul, and Aunt Gloria.

Brilliantly, when Caroline’s story went out on television, someone very special was watching and instantly recognised the story. It was Jan, the Police Officer who had been called to the hospital in Tottenham when Caroline was found.

Jan had kept photos of Caroline for decades, and now she knows why she did. Jan joyfully hands them over to her.

But that isn’t the end. The team also make the most significant breakthrough in Caroline’s case, answering the questions she has lived with for a lifetime, and bringing even more heart-warming family connections.  

Harvey Shackell is the foundling who was left on a doorstep on Christmas night in 1960. In the original programme, he met Vera Wood, owner of that doorstep who herself had been looking for him for years! And also his full sister Cherry and the largest number of half siblings we have ever found.

This programme catches up with Harvey and learns how his life has been transformed by the meeting this band of brothers (and sisters). They form an exceptionally loving tribe, into which Harvey has been fully welcomed:

We also see more of his new, extraordinary relationship with Vera, the woman whose doorstep he was left on, and find out how that connection has transformed his life, and got him through the most painful grief.

Produced by Wall-to-Wall Productions for ITV.


 

Love Island

Everyone’s favourite villa is ready and waiting, packed with brand new sexy singles in the return of Love Island, hosted by Maya Jama.
Channel:
ITV2
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
callum.bracken@itv.com
Picture contact:
michael.taiwo1@itv.com

Love Island

Media pack here > https://www.itv.com/presscentre/media-packs/love-island-series-11

Everyone’s favourite villa is ready and waiting, packed with brand new sexy singles in the return of Love Island, hosted by Maya Jama. The first coupling up is on the way, and the big question is… who’s here for love? With a tasty £50k prize up for grabs, the game is well and truly on.   

***

ITV2

Episode 18: Sunday 23 June: 9pm - 10pm
Episode 19: Monday 24 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 20: Tuesday 25 June: 10pm - 11.05pm
Episode 21: Wednesday 26 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 22: Thursday 27 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 23: Friday 28 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
 

 

 

 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Mark Pougatch is joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ange Postecoglou and Ian Wright for live coverage of England's final Group C game of UEFA Euro 2024,
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
6:45pm - 10:45pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

England v Slovenia

Mark Pougatch is joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ange Postecoglou and Ian Wright for live coverage of England's final Group C game of UEFA Euro 2024, as Gareth Southgate's side take on Slovenia. Further analysis and insight is from Laura Woods and Karen Carney inside the Cologne Stadium, with commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon, and interviews from reporter Gabriel Clarke. 
 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Mark Pougatch presents live coverage of the UEFA EURO 2024 Group F match between Turkey and Portugal in Dortmund
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 7:10pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Turkey v Portugal

Mark Pougatch presents live coverage of the UEFA EURO 2024 Group F match between Turkey and Portugal in Dortmund, as Cristiano Ronaldo captains his side hoping to repeat the success of EURO 2016. Match analysis is from Eni Aluko, Gary Neville and Danny Röhl, with commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon. 
 

 

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
1:30pm - 4:15pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
liz.ampairee@itv.com
Picture contact:

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

  • ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
  • Seven races a day – thirty hours of broadcast
  • Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 June 2024
     

Tuesday 18th June - ITV1 1330-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Wednesday 19th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Thursday 20th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Friday 21st June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1830
Saturday 22nd June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1840
The Opening Show is on ITV4 9.30-10.30am Tuesday to Saturday
All shows will be simulcast on ITVX
 

“No other sport can claim to host five days of such sustained sporting excellence as Royal Ascot. Every day has Group One action and when you add the fashion, pageantry and fun you have a unique, spectacular event, which is a privilege to present.”
Ed Chamberlin

“Royal Ascot is the jewel in the British flat racing calendar. It has traditionally attracted the best horses from around the world and international interest from all four corners of the globe. ITV will be broadcasting every race live and viewers at home are guaranteed a grandstand view of this racing spectacular.”
Francesca Cumani

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani, ITV’s award-winning presenters, will host the coverage every day at Royal Ascot. They will be joined daily by former jockey and expert Jason Weaver with Adele Mulrennan Tuesday to Thursday and Megan Nicholls on Friday and Saturday. Former jockey Johnny Murtagh, with 43 Royal Ascot winners to his name, will also join the team at some stage during the week whilst Ruby Walsh will offer his expert analysis (Tuesday to Friday).

Oli Bell, Rishi Persad and Matt Chapman will be out and about on course daily, with Luke Harvey down at the starts. Brian Gleeson will be in the betting ring with Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson commentating on the 35 races.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins and Lorraine’s Mark Heyes will be taking in all the colour and action around the famous enclosures. 
Brough Scott and Kevin Blake also join the team throughout the week.

The Opening Show will be presented by Oli Bell on all five days, and he will be joined across the week by Matt Chapman, Rishi Persad, Adele Mulrennan, Megan Nicholls and other guests. They will be out on track every morning with all the latest news and previewing all the day’s big races. 

Every day there will also be a free-to-enter ITV7 competition.

Saturday 22 June

ITV1   2.30pm
The Chesham Stakes (Listed) 

ITV1   3.05pm
The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2)

ITV1   3.45pm
The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes (Group 1)

ITV4   4.25pm
The Jersey Stakes (Group 3)

ITV4   5.05pm
The Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap) 

ITV4g   5.40pm
The Golden Gates Stakes (Handicap)

ITV4     6.15pm
The Queen Alexandra Stakes (Conditions)

 

Douglas Is Cancelled

Douglas Is Cancelled is a four-part comedy drama about cancel culture, set in the world of television news
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
holly.osmond.smith@itv.com
Picture contact:
patrick.smith@itv.com

Douglas Is Cancelled

Full series drop available on ITVX after first episode broadcast

Series overview

Douglas Is Cancelled is a four-part comedy drama about cancel culture, set in the world of television news, starring Hugh Bonneville, Karen Gillan, Ben Miles, Alex Kingston, Nick Mohammed and Simon Russell Beale and written by Primetime Emmy and BAFTA Winning screenwriter Steven Moffat. 

National treasure news presenter Douglas Bellowes tells a sexist joke at a wedding - will his career survive? And is anyone, at home or at the office really on his side?

Episode 1

TV presenter Douglas faces the backlash of a sexist joke made at a wedding, as his co-host Madeline accidentally amplifies the situation. But was it an accident?

Cast

Douglas - HUGH BONNEVILLE
Madeline - KAREN GILLAN
Toby - BEN MILES
Sheila - ALEX KINGSTON
Morgan - NICK MOHAMMED 
Bently - SIMON RUSSELL BEALE 
Claudia - MADELEINE POWER
Tom - JOE WILKINSON
Theresa - MILLICENT WONG
Driver - TOBY LONGWORTH
Sebastian - MICHAEL PARR
Tilson - PATRICK BALADI
Helen - STEPHANIE HYAM

 

 

Capital’s Summertime Ball 2024

The entertainment special airing on ITV1 and ITVX will showcase the highlights from the UK's biggest summer party.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Week:
Week 26 2024 : Sat 22 Jun - Fri 28 Jun
Press contact:
jake.way@itv.com
Picture contact:

Capital’s Summertime Ball 2024

Capital’s Summertime Ball returns to ITV1 and ITVX

The entertainment special airing on ITV1 and ITVX will showcase the highlights from the UK's biggest summer party - Capital’s Summertime Ball with Barclaycard - which will be back at Wembley Stadium with an unmissable star-studded line-up including RAYE, Sabrina Carpenter, David Guetta, Meghan Trainor, Perrie, Benson Boone, and Sugababes.

Hosted by Jordan North

 

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
1:30pm - 4:15pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
liz.ampairee@itv.com
Picture contact:

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

  • ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
  • Seven races a day – thirty hours of broadcast
  • Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 June 2024
     

Tuesday 18th June - ITV1 1330-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Wednesday 19th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Thursday 20th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Friday 21st June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1830
Saturday 22nd June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1840
The Opening Show is on ITV4 9.30-10.30am Tuesday to Saturday
All shows will be simulcast on ITVX
 

“No other sport can claim to host five days of such sustained sporting excellence as Royal Ascot. Every day has Group One action and when you add the fashion, pageantry and fun you have a unique, spectacular event, which is a privilege to present.”
Ed Chamberlin

“Royal Ascot is the jewel in the British flat racing calendar. It has traditionally attracted the best horses from around the world and international interest from all four corners of the globe. ITV will be broadcasting every race live and viewers at home are guaranteed a grandstand view of this racing spectacular.”
Francesca Cumani

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani, ITV’s award-winning presenters, will host the coverage every day at Royal Ascot. They will be joined daily by former jockey and expert Jason Weaver with Adele Mulrennan Tuesday to Thursday and Megan Nicholls on Friday and Saturday. Former jockey Johnny Murtagh, with 43 Royal Ascot winners to his name, will also join the team at some stage during the week whilst Ruby Walsh will offer his expert analysis (Tuesday to Friday).

Oli Bell, Rishi Persad and Matt Chapman will be out and about on course daily, with Luke Harvey down at the starts. Brian Gleeson will be in the betting ring with Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson commentating on the 35 races.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins and Lorraine’s Mark Heyes will be taking in all the colour and action around the famous enclosures. 
Brough Scott and Kevin Blake also join the team throughout the week.

The Opening Show will be presented by Oli Bell on all five days, and he will be joined across the week by Matt Chapman, Rishi Persad, Adele Mulrennan, Megan Nicholls and other guests. They will be out on track every morning with all the latest news and previewing all the day’s big races. 

Every day there will also be a free-to-enter ITV7 competition.

Friday 21 June
ITV1   2.30pm
The Albany Stakes (Group 3)

ITV1   3.05pm
The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1)

ITV1   3.45pm
The Coronation Stakes (Group 1)

ITV4   4.25pm
The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap)

ITV4  5.05pm
The Sandringham Stakes (Handicap)

ITV4   5.40pm
The King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2)

ITV4 6.15pm
The Palace of Holyroodhouse Stakes (Handicap)

 

 

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 6:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
liz.ampairee@itv.com
Picture contact:

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

  • ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
  • Seven races a day – thirty hours of broadcast
  • Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 June 2024
     

Tuesday 18th June - ITV1 1330-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Wednesday 19th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Thursday 20th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Friday 21st June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1830
Saturday 22nd June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1840
The Opening Show is on ITV4 9.30-10.30am Tuesday to Saturday
All shows will be simulcast on ITVX
 

“No other sport can claim to host five days of such sustained sporting excellence as Royal Ascot. Every day has Group One action and when you add the fashion, pageantry and fun you have a unique, spectacular event, which is a privilege to present.”
Ed Chamberlin

“Royal Ascot is the jewel in the British flat racing calendar. It has traditionally attracted the best horses from around the world and international interest from all four corners of the globe. ITV will be broadcasting every race live and viewers at home are guaranteed a grandstand view of this racing spectacular.”
Francesca Cumani

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani, ITV’s award-winning presenters, will host the coverage every day at Royal Ascot. They will be joined daily by former jockey and expert Jason Weaver with Adele Mulrennan Tuesday to Thursday and Megan Nicholls on Friday and Saturday. Former jockey Johnny Murtagh, with 43 Royal Ascot winners to his name, will also join the team at some stage during the week whilst Ruby Walsh will offer his expert analysis (Tuesday to Friday).

Oli Bell, Rishi Persad and Matt Chapman will be out and about on course daily, with Luke Harvey down at the starts. Brian Gleeson will be in the betting ring with Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson commentating on the 35 races.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins and Lorraine’s Mark Heyes will be taking in all the colour and action around the famous enclosures. 
Brough Scott and Kevin Blake also join the team throughout the week.

The Opening Show will be presented by Oli Bell on all five days, and he will be joined across the week by Matt Chapman, Rishi Persad, Adele Mulrennan, Megan Nicholls and other guests. They will be out on track every morning with all the latest news and previewing all the day’s big races. 

Every day there will also be a free-to-enter ITV7 competition.

Thursday 20 June

ITV4   2.30pm
The Norfolk Stakes (Group 2)

ITV4   3.05pm
The King George V Stakes (Handicap) 

ITV4   3.45pm
The Ribblesdale Stakes (Group 2)

ITV1   4.25pm
The Gold Cup (Group 1)

ITV1   5.05pm
The Britannia Stakes (Heritage Handicap)

ITV1   5.40pm
The Hampton Court Stakes (Group 3)

ITV4  6.15pm 
The Buckingham Palace Stakes (Handicap)

 

 

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 6:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
liz.ampairee@itv.com
Picture contact:

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

  • ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
  • Seven races a day – thirty hours of broadcast
  • Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 June 2024
     

Tuesday 18th June - ITV1 1330-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Wednesday 19th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Thursday 20th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Friday 21st June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1830
Saturday 22nd June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1840
The Opening Show is on ITV4 9.30-10.30am Tuesday to Saturday
All shows will be simulcast on ITVX
 

“No other sport can claim to host five days of such sustained sporting excellence as Royal Ascot. Every day has Group One action and when you add the fashion, pageantry and fun you have a unique, spectacular event, which is a privilege to present.”
Ed Chamberlin

“Royal Ascot is the jewel in the British flat racing calendar. It has traditionally attracted the best horses from around the world and international interest from all four corners of the globe. ITV will be broadcasting every race live and viewers at home are guaranteed a grandstand view of this racing spectacular.”
Francesca Cumani

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani, ITV’s award-winning presenters, will host the coverage every day at Royal Ascot. They will be joined daily by former jockey and expert Jason Weaver with Adele Mulrennan Tuesday to Thursday and Megan Nicholls on Friday and Saturday. Former jockey Johnny Murtagh, with 43 Royal Ascot winners to his name, will also join the team at some stage during the week whilst Ruby Walsh will offer his expert analysis (Tuesday to Friday).

Oli Bell, Rishi Persad and Matt Chapman will be out and about on course daily, with Luke Harvey down at the starts. Brian Gleeson will be in the betting ring with Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson commentating on the 35 races.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins and Lorraine’s Mark Heyes will be taking in all the colour and action around the famous enclosures. 
Brough Scott and Kevin Blake also join the team throughout the week.

The Opening Show will be presented by Oli Bell on all five days, and he will be joined across the week by Matt Chapman, Rishi Persad, Adele Mulrennan, Megan Nicholls and other guests. They will be out on track every morning with all the latest news and previewing all the day’s big races. 

Every day there will also be a free-to-enter ITV7 competition.

Wednesday 19 June 

ITV4   2.30pm
The Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2)

ITV4   3.05pm
The Queen’s Vase (Group 2)

ITV4   3.45pm
The Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2)

ITV1   4.20pm
The Prince of Wales's Stakes (Group 1)*

ITV1   5.05pm
The Royal Hunt Cup (Heritage Handicap)

ITV1   5.40pm
The Kensington Palace Stakes (Handicap)

ITV4   6.15pm 
The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed)

*Note: in the event of a Japanese runner in The Prince of Wales’s Stakes, the race will move to third in the card, with The Duke of Cambridge Stakes fourth

 

 

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
1:30pm - 6:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
liz.ampairee@itv.com
Picture contact:

ITV Racing Live: Royal Ascot

  • ITV to show every race live at Royal Ascot 2024
  • Seven races a day – thirty hours of broadcast
  • Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 June 2024
     

Tuesday 18th June - ITV1 1330-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Wednesday 19th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Thursday 20th June - ITV4 1330-1615 / ITV1 1615-1800 / ITV4 1800-1830
Friday 21st June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1830
Saturday 22nd June - ITV1 1330-1615 / ITV4 1615-1840
The Opening Show is on ITV4 9.30-10.30am Tuesday to Saturday
All shows will be simulcast on ITVX
 

“No other sport can claim to host five days of such sustained sporting excellence as Royal Ascot. Every day has Group One action and when you add the fashion, pageantry and fun you have a unique, spectacular event, which is a privilege to present.”
Ed Chamberlin

“Royal Ascot is the jewel in the British flat racing calendar. It has traditionally attracted the best horses from around the world and international interest from all four corners of the globe. ITV will be broadcasting every race live and viewers at home are guaranteed a grandstand view of this racing spectacular.”
Francesca Cumani

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani, ITV’s award-winning presenters, will host the coverage every day at Royal Ascot. They will be joined daily by former jockey and expert Jason Weaver with Adele Mulrennan Tuesday to Thursday and Megan Nicholls on Friday and Saturday. Former jockey Johnny Murtagh, with 43 Royal Ascot winners to his name, will also join the team at some stage during the week whilst Ruby Walsh will offer his expert analysis (Tuesday to Friday).

Oli Bell, Rishi Persad and Matt Chapman will be out and about on course daily, with Luke Harvey down at the starts. Brian Gleeson will be in the betting ring with Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson commentating on the 35 races.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins and Lorraine’s Mark Heyes will be taking in all the colour and action around the famous enclosures. 
Brough Scott and Kevin Blake also join the team throughout the week.

The Opening Show will be presented by Oli Bell on all five days, and he will be joined across the week by Matt Chapman, Rishi Persad, Adele Mulrennan, Megan Nicholls and other guests. They will be out on track every morning with all the latest news and previewing all the day’s big races. 

Every day there will also be a free-to-enter ITV7 competition.

Tuesday 18 June

ITV1   2.30pm
The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1)

ITV1   3.05pm
The Coventry Stakes (Group 2)

ITV1   3.45pm
The King Charles III Stakes (Group 1)

ITV1   4.25pm
The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1)

ITV1   5.05pm
The Ascot Stakes (Handicap)   

ITV1   5.40pm
The Wolferton Stakes (Listed)

ITV4   6.15pm 
The Copper Horse Stakes (Handicap)  

 

Love Island

Everyone’s favourite villa is ready and waiting, packed with brand new sexy singles in the return of Love Island, hosted by Maya Jama.
Channel:
ITV2
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
callum.bracken@itv.com
Picture contact:
michael.taiwo1@itv.com

Love Island

Media pack here > https://www.itv.com/presscentre/media-packs/love-island-series-11

Everyone’s favourite villa is ready and waiting, packed with brand new sexy singles in the return of Love Island, hosted by Maya Jama. The first coupling up is on the way, and the big question is… who’s here for love? With a tasty £50k prize up for grabs, the game is well and truly on.   

***

ITV2

Episode 12: Sunday 16 June: 9pm - 10pm
Episode 13: Monday 17 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 14: Tuesday 18 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 14: Wednesday 19 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 16: Thursday 20 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
Episode 17: Friday 21 June: 9pm - 10.05pm
 

 

 

 

 

Code Blue: One Punch Killers

This new documentary in ITV's Code Blue series explores the issue of one-punch killings after there were a reported 82 deaths of this type across the UK over the past five years.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

The information contained herein is embargoed from all Press, online, social media, non-commercial publication or syndication - in the public domain - until Tuesday 11 June 2024.

Code Blue: One Punch Killers

This new documentary in ITV's Code Blue series explores the issue of one-punch killings after there were a reported 82 deaths of this type across the UK over the past five years.

With rare access to detectives, the film looks at three cases - two killings and one assault. One case study features a victim who is left picking up the pieces of his life after a one-punch attack left him with a fractured skull and lasting mental trauma. In another case, officers look into the case of the brother of two Welsh international rugby players who was murdered outside a nightclub in Neath.

The programme also explores the role of alcohol and violent culture and speaks to family members and friends left devastated by the deaths and injury of their loved ones. It also considers the tricky question of when a drunken argument turns to violence, whether those convicted intended to kill their victim.

 

The Terror

Inspired by a true story, THE TERROR is a 10 part tense drama from AMC that centers on the British Royal Navy’s perilous voyage into unchartered territory as the crew attempts to discover the Northwest Passage.
Channel:
ITVX
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
gary.smith@itv.com
Picture contact:
patrick.smith@itv.com

THE TERROR

Full series drop available on ITVX on Thursday 20 June

Inspired by a true story, THE TERROR is a 10 part tense drama from AMC that centres on the British Royal Navy’s perilous voyage into unchartered territory as the crew attempts to discover the Northwest Passage.

Faced with treacherous conditions, limited resources, dwindling hope and fear of the unknown, the crew is pushed to the brink of extinction. Frozen, isolated and stuck at the end of the earth, The Terror highlights all that can go wrong when a group of men, desperate to survive, struggle not only with the elements, but with each other.

Before We Was We: Madness by Madness

Before We Was We: Madness by Madness is coming to ITVX on Thursday 20th June.
Channel:
ITVX
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
jake.way@itv.com
Picture contact:
itvpicturedesk@itv.com

Before We Was We: Madness by Madness

Before We Was We: Madness by Madness is coming to ITVX on Thursday 20th June.

The docuseries traces the humble beginnings of the band that would go on to set the record for the biggest audience ever for the BBC’s Live New Year’s Eve Broadcast – the most watched TV music event of 2018 and perform on top of Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations. Throughout their career, Madness have had 10 UK top ten albums, 15 top ten singles and have won a multitude of awards including a prestigious Ivor Novello. And the story isn’t over yet.

Each 60-minute episode is an enthralling slice of music history, featuring original footage and interviews with band members past and present including Chris Foreman, Mike “Barso” Barson, Lee “Thommo” Thompson, Graham “Suggs” McPherson, Daniel “Woody” Woodgate, Mark “Bedders” Bedford, Carl “Chas Smash” Smyth, regaling stories from their 40-year career together as Madness. Set during a time of cultural and political upheaval, the docuseries offers a captivating insight into a post-war Britain, which has changed beyond recognition alongside the band’s inevitable rise to the top of the charts, pop fame and fortune against the backdrop of the ska, punk and new wave revolution.

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Contributors:

“Chrissy Boy” Foreman
Mike “Barso” Barson
Lee “Thommo” Thompson
Graham “Suggs” McPherson
D.M. “Woody” Woodgate
Mark “Bedders” Bedford
Carl “Chas Smash”  Smyth

 

The Flash

From 13th June the first six seasons of THE FLASH will drop on ITVX
Channel:
ITVX
Week:
Week 24 2024 : Sat 08 Jun - Fri 14 Jun
Press contact:
gary.smith@itv.com
Picture contact:
patrick.smith@itv.com

THE FLASH

(S1-6)

From 13th June the first six seasons of THE FLASH will drop on ITVX

THE FLASH is a fast-paced super hero drama that follows the high-speed adventures of the Fastest Man Alive. Written by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and DC Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, the action drama follows Central City Police scientist Barry Allen, an everyday guy with the heart of a hero and the genuine desire to help others.

After being struck by lightning, Barry awakens to discover he has been granted the gift of super speed. Teaming up with S.T.A.R. Labs, Barry takes on the persona of The Flash, the Fastest Man Alive, to protect his city.

Adam Lambert: Out, Loud and Proud

Queen frontman, Adam Lambert explores how British LGBTQ+ musicians have changed the music world in a powerful tribute to the resilience and revolutionary spirit of artists.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
jazz.chappell@itv.com
Picture contact:
michael.taiwo1@itv.com

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Adam Lambert: Out, Loud and Proud

Join multi-platinum selling American singer and Queen frontman, Adam Lambert as he sets the record straight in this eye-opening music documentary. Having faced censorship in the U.S, Lambert brings his unique perspective to explore how British LGBTQ+ artists have fought for their place in the music industry.

Through candid interviews with Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor, reflecting on queer icon Freddie Mercury, to intimate conversations with Andy Bell of 80’s pop duo Erasure, and Skin from 90’s band Skunk Anansie (the first Black British artist to headline Glastonbury) and British pop icon MNEK, Lambert uncovers the groundbreaking stories of these artists. Each one not only defined their decade but also battled for queer rights, pushing against a music industry that often demanded conformity for success.

In the final part, this documentary dives into the final frontier of LGBTQ+ rights in the 21st century. Featuring actress and singer Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, the first trans woman to win a Golden Globe for her role in "Pose", the film reveals how language, tropes and negative coverage once used against cisgender gay and lesbian people in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s are still used to target the trans community today.

Adam Lambert: Out, Loud and Proud is a powerful tribute to the resilience and revolutionary spirit of LGBTQ+ artists who have transformed the music world while fighting for equality.

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Poland take on Austria in their second match in UEFA Euro 2024.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 7:30pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Poland v Austria

Poland take on Austria in their second match in UEFA Euro 2024.

Poland qualified for the tournament through the playoffs at the expense of Wales. Austria had a strong qualifying campaign, just finishing second to Belgium in the automatic positions.

Laura Woods presents live coverage of the match from Berlin alongside Joleon Lescott, Karen Carney and Danny Röhl, and will include all the key news from the England and Scotland camps. Seb Hutchinson is with Andros Townsend in commentary.

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Laura Woods presents live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2024 match between Slovenia and Serbia, as England's Group C rivals meet in Munich.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
1:00pm - 4:15pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Slovenia v Serbia

Laura Woods presents live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2024 match between Slovenia and Serbia, as England's Group C rivals meet in Munich.

Match analysis is from Eni Aluko, Joleon Lescott and Danny Rohl, with commentary from Pien Meulensteen and Lee Dixon. 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Gelsenkirchen hosts a meeting of two of European football's most decorated sides as two time winners Spain face the defending champions Italy in Group B.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
7:15pm - 10:30pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Spain v Italy

Gelsenkirchen hosts a meeting of two of European football's most decorated sides as two time winners Spain face the defending champions Italy in Group B.

Spain famously thrashed the Azzurri 4-0 in the final of Euro 2012 to lift their second successive title, but the Italians gained revenge three years ago in Euro 2020, when they triumphed on penalties at Wembley in the semi final, enroute to being crowned champions. 

Mark Pougatch is joined in the studio by Ian Wright, Roy Keane and Gary Neville, with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Ally McCoist. 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Croatia take on Albania in their second match in UEFA Euro 2024.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
1:00pm - 4:15pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Croatia v Albania

Croatia take on Albania in their second match in UEFA Euro 2024.

Croatia have great international pedigree having reached the last four in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup. Albania’s manager is Brazilian and ex Arsenal defender Sylvinho, he oversaw an impressive qualifying campaign where they finished top of the group. This will be their second Euros, the first time they qualified was in 2016.

Mark Pougatch presents live coverage of the match from Hamburg alongside Ian Wright, Karen Carney and Danny Röhl and will include all the key news from the England and Scotland camps. Seb Hutchinson is alongside Andros Townsend in commentary.

 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Laura Woods presents live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2024 match between Austria and France, with match analysis from Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Ian Wright.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
7:15pm - 10:30pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Austria v France

Laura Woods presents live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2024 match between Austria and France, with match analysis from Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Ian Wright.

Didier Deschamps' French side reached the World Cup final in 2022, so start their campaign as one of the favourites for the tournament, as they take on Austria in Group D. Match commentary in the Dusseldorf Arena is from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon. 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Belgium's much heralded golden generation have failed to deliver on their promise at major tournaments, but in Manchester City duo Kevin de Bruyne and Jeremy Doku, Arsenal's Leandro Trossard and striker Romelu Lukaku, still possess their fair share of match winners.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 7:15pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Belgium v Slovakia

Belgium's much heralded golden generation have failed to deliver on their promise at major tournaments, but in Manchester City duo Kevin de Bruyne and Jeremy Doku, Arsenal's Leandro Trossard and striker Romelu Lukaku, still possess their fair share of match winners. Lukaku scored a record breaking 14 goals in qualifying as the Belgians topped their group. Slovakia finished second in their qualifying group behind Portugal to secure their place - their third successive appearance at the tournament.

Mark Pougatch is joined by former England internationals Eni Aluko and Joleon Lescott and Sheffield Wednesday boss Danny Röhl. With commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Andros Townsend.

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Slovenia take on Denmark, who are in England's group, in their opening match of UEFA Euro 2024 in Stuttgart.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:10pm - 7:30pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Slovenia v Denmark

Slovenia take on Denmark, who are in England's group, in their opening match of UEFA Euro 2024 in Stuttgart.

Slovenia haven't qualified for a European Championship in 24 years, whilst Denmark reached the semi finals in EURO 2020, when they lost to England at Wembley.

Laura Woods presents live coverage alongside Gary Neville, Joleon Lescott and Eni Aluko, and will include a preview of England’s group as well as all the key news ahead of England's opening game against Serbia.

Pien Meulensteen is in commentary alongside Ally McCoist. 
 

 

UEFA Euro 2024

Three years on from their epic round of sixteen game at Euro 2020, Spain and Croatia meet again as they begin their Group B campaigns in Berlin.
Channel:
ITV1
Time:
4:15pm - 7:30pm
Week:
Week 25 2024 : Sat 15 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
Press contact:
tom.hodson@itv.com
Picture contact:
peter.gray@itv.com

UEFA Euro 2024

Spain v Croatia

Three years on from their epic round of sixteen game at Euro 2020, Spain and Croatia meet again as they begin their Group B campaigns in Berlin.

Goals from Alvaro Morata and Mikel Oyarzabal secured a memorable 5-3 win for Spain in Copenhagen after Mario Pasalic's late equaliser had taken the game into extra time.Talismanic midfielder Luke Modric is still the main man for Croatia, in what looks set to be his final tournament of an illustrious career. Spain have their own midfield maestro in the form of Manchester City's Rodri and in Yamine Lamal possess one of the world's most exciting talents, who at just 16 has impressed in his debut season with Barcelona.

Mark Pougatch is joined in the studio by Ian Wright, Roy Keane and Gary Neville, with commentary from Seb Hutchinson and Lee Dixon.