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WHAT TO WATCH: 15-21 May

This week’s best telly includes the Little Boy Blue finale, Kat and Alfie’s spin-off Redwarter and the return of a Netflix favourite.

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I TALK TO: Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie

In the past, EastEnders spin-offs have lived on DVD, the red button or BBC iPlayer, but this week Kat and Alfie return to our screens in Kat & Alfie: Redwater, a new standalone six-part drama for BBC One.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 8-14 May

This week has a bit of everything; some great drama, some great comedy plus the Eurovision and the TV BAFTAs!

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FIRST LOOK: Babs

As she approaches her 80th birthday (6th August), this Sunday night BBC One are celebrating the life and work of Dame Barbara Windsor with a 90-minute drama written by Tony Jordan.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 1-7 May

This week’s best telly is bookended by some great drama, Little Boy Blue on Monday and Gabs on Sunday. In the days in between there’s some great comedy with some series continuing, some ending and some only just starting.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 24-30 April

This week, sees the start of a new ITV drama starring Stephen Graham, the return of Taskmaster and what promises to be a spectacular final episode of Line of Duty.

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I TALK TO: Tom Binns

Tom Binns

Following a successful pilot last year on BBC One, this week sees the return of Hospital People for a full six-part run.

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WHAT TO WATCH: 17-23 April

This week, the time has come to say farewell to Broadchurch, Tom Davis returns with more Murder In Successville and Keeley Hawes returns with a new series of The Durrells.

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I TALK: Murder In Successville (Series 3)

When BBC Three moved online in February last year, many (including myself) thought it would be the end of the channel and their high standard of programming. How wrong could I have been?

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WHAT TO WATCH: 10-16 April

What To Watch 15

This week’s telly is bookended with some fantastic drama, Broadchurch and Line Of Duty whilst lots of great comedy and the return of Britain’s Got Talent fill in the gaps.

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