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WHAT TO WATCH 19-25 November

This week’s best telly includes more I'm A Celeb, People Just Do Nothing and Strictly Come Dancing. Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...

1. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

Monday 19th - Sunday 25th November at 9pm (9:30pm on Saturday) on ITV

It's dark and cold outside so what better excuse to snuggle up on the sofa and watch some telly than the latest series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

Tune in every night this week as Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly keep us up to date on what this year's campmates; John Barrowman MBE, Harry Redknapp, Rita Simons, Fleur East, James McVey, Sair Khan, Nick Knowles, Anne Hegerty, Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Emily Atack, have been up to in their first few days in camp.

Expect bushtucker trials, disagreements over the cooking and of course two late arrivals, one of which is looking likely to be Noel Edmonds!

2. People Just Do Nothing

Monday 19th November at 10pm on BBC Two

The final series of People Just Do Nothing continues this week and with the station back up and running, Kurupt FM decide to have a go at live streaming to widen their fan base.

Elsewhere, Craig introduces Beats to the world of higher education and there is trouble in paradise for Chabuddy. Whilst Miche is waiting for the right time to tell Grindah about the move but has a plan to make it easier on Angel.


3. Informer

Tuesday 20th November at 9pm on BBC One

In the final episode of Informer, Raza and Gabe’s lives catch up to the tragic events at Cafe 66.

The terrorist cell is exposed and the final tragic details surrounding the attack on Café 66 are revealed. The fallout from these catastrophic events and revelations that follow change the lives of all those involved forever.


4. Live at the Apollo

Thursday 22nd November at 10pm on BBC Two

After a strong start to the new series last week, Live at the Apollo continues with Dara O Briain as this week's host as he introduces the wonderful Felicity Ward and Mo Gilligan to the stage.


5. Michael McIntyre's Big Show

Saturday 24th November on BBC One

As always, Michael McIntyre promises big stars, big laughs and even bigger surprises as his Big Show continues.

This week there’s a spectacular musical performance from the one and only Kylie, and audience members are in for a big surprise when they end up taking part in a very special karaoke, or should that be Kylie-oake?

Doctor Who star Bradley Walsh hands over his phone to play Celebrity Send To All, and Michael makes an airline pilot’s dreams of performing on the west end stage come true, as he becomes the Unexpected Star.


6. Strictly Come Dancing

Saturday 24th at 6:50pm & Sunday 25th November at 7:20pm on BBC One

Following last weekend’s show from the sensational Blackpool Tower Ballroom, Strictly Come Dancing returns to Elstree, where the seven remaining couples take to the dance floor.

And with the grand final just a few weeks away, the pressure is really on as the couples have to dance twice.

First they have to perform their couples’ routine to impress the judges and then all seven couples take to the dance floor at the same time for the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon. All seven will Lindy Hop at the same time to impress the judges who will rank their performances. Valuable extra points can be won, which could turn the leaderboard upside down at this crucial stage of the competition.

Once the couples have performed their routines and taken part in the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon, the voting lines will open and the public can have their say on who will dance for survival in Sunday’s results show which will open with an amazing group routine, a collaboration between the Strictly pros and dance company, Candoco.

As always the bottom two after the public vote will need to dance again before the judges decide who to send home. There's also a musical performance from Rod Stewart.


7. Louis Theroux's Altered States: Take My Baby

Sunday 25th November at 9pm on BBC Two

In the final episode of his Altered States series, Louis heads to California, the US adoption capital, where the majority of new-born adoptions are carried out privately in what is now a multi-million dollar industry.

Agencies, facilitators and lawyers can earn thousands of dollars per baby by matching pregnant women prepared to give up their newborns, with adoptive parents willing to pay up to $50,000 for a baby.

Spending time with birth mothers as they prepare to hand over their babies, Louis uncovers the stories of poverty, addiction and abuse which have informed their decision.

He also meets adoptive families who are paying out huge amounts of money in the hope of being able to raise a child they can’t have by natural means. But in a system open to abuse, whether or not the birth mother hands over the baby can hang in the balance until after the birth.



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