WHAT TO WATCH 5-11 June

This week's best telly includes The Masked Dancer Final, this year's TV BAFTAs and a new prison drama starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham.


Here are 5 TV shows you can't miss this week...


1. The Masked Dancer Final

Saturday 5th June at 7.30pm on ITV


After a week filled with bonkers routines and surprising reveals, it's time do find out who out of Squirrel, Zip, Carwash and Scarecrow will be named the first ever winner of The Masked Dancer and of course who's behind the mask!


Joining host Joel Dommett and panelists Mo Gilligan, Davina McCall, Oti Mabuse and Jonathan Ross as a guest for the final is This Morning favourite Holly Willoughby who'll be seeing if she can crack any of the clues and guess the identities of the final four celebrities.


Earlier on in the series we discovered that Jordan Banjo was Viper, Louise Redknapp was Flamingo, Dita Von Teese was Beetroot, Eddie The Eagle was Rubber Chicken, Christopher Dean was Beagle, Zoe Ball was Llama, Craig Revel Horwood was Knickerbocker Glory and Kelly Brook was Frog!


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2. The Virgin Media TV BAFTAs

Sunday 6th June at 7pm on BBC One


Richard Ayoade returns to host this year's Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards, as the very best television from the last year is celebrated. And this year, guest presenters handing out awards on the night, include; Bill Bailey, Daisy May Cooper, Adrian Dunbar, Maya Jama, Oti Mabuse and Lydia West.


Leading the nominations for 2021 are Small Axe, with 6 nominations, The Crown, I May Destroy You and Adult Material with 4 nominations each and Normal People, I Hate Suzie, This Country and Sex Education with three nominations each.


Kicking off proceedings will be It's A Sin star Olly Alexander with an exclusive performance of the new single from Years & Years, Starstruck. A number of performance nominees including Jodie Comer, Paul Mescal, Michaela Coel, Billie Piper and Graham Norton will attend in person, with many other nominees attending digitally.


Full list of nominees available here.


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3. Time

Sunday 6th June at 9pm on BBC One


BBC One's new Sunday night prison drama Time, has been written by Jimmy McGovern, directed by Lewis Arnold and stars Sean Bean and Stephen Graham - which tells you all you need to know about whether or not it's worth watching.


Sean Bean plays Mark Cobden who is newly imprisoned, consumed by guilt for his crime, and way out of his depth in the volatile world of prison life. He meets Stephen Graham's character, Eric McNally, an excellent prison officer doing his best to protect those in his charge.


However, when one of the most dangerous inmates identifies his weakness, Eric faces an impossible choice; between his principles and his family. But what does it take for these two men on the edge, to survive?


Time also stars Siobhan Finneran, Sue Johnston, Hannah Walters, David Calder, Nadine Marshall, Michael Socha, Aneurin Barnard, Jack McMullen and James Nelson-Joyce.


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4. Big Zuu's Big Eats

Monday 7th June at 10pm on Dave


Grime Artist turned chef Big Zuu is back in the Big Eats food truck with his best mates Tubsey and Hyder to serve up some more unique, delicious recipes for some of the biggest names in music, drama, sport and comedy.


In the first episode, Big Zuu heads West to Bristol, the hometown of Maya Jama. As the TV presenter enjoys a rare day off Zuu serves up a feast, inspired by her part Swedish and part Somali roots,.


Zuu combines Scandinavian pastries with posh chicken nuggets and a very boozy pineapple dessert. Maya is known for speaking her mind and she and Zuu have been friends for years, so she won't hold back when it comes to critiquing his food!


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5. Intelligence

Tuesday 8th June at 10pm & 10.30pm on Sky One


David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed are back as maverick former NSA agent Jerry Bernstein and hapless junior analyst Joseph Harries in a brand new series of GCHQ-set comedy Intelligence on Sky One.


When we re-join the team at GCHQ they are in a code red situation. Hinkley Point nuclear

power plant is under cyber-attack and will go into meltdown in less than half an hour, with catastrophic results.


Having been instrumental in developing Eternal Blue – the cyber weapon the Russians are now using to attack the nuclear site - Jerry’s intel suddenly becomes vital to national, if not international, security. But his maverick approach means facing some demons from his past.


The stakes have never been higher, so with the clock ticking can Jerry, Joseph and the CySec team save the day and avoid a national disaster?!


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