TV CHOICE - YOUR WEEKLY 80 PAGE TV MAGAZINE - SOAPS, FILMS, OVER 70 CHANNEL LISTINGS, PUZZLES, COMPETITIONS AND MUCH MORE!
Nearly 80 percent of Spanish companies have fewer than five employees, higher than the 70 percent average in other eurozone countries. This is leaving the country particularly exposed to the medium to long term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
So far over 40,000 bars, restaurants and hotels have permanently closed, with the figure expected to rise to over 65,000 by the end of the year. Please support your local small businesses in any way that you can, they will really appreciate it.
On TV this week:-
The Launch Show for the 18th series of Strictly Come Dancing is on Saturday on BBC one. The 12 contestants will make their grand entrance for the very first time and we will discover which professional dancer they will be paired with. Read all about them in our special feature in the magazine this week.
The Million Pound Cube, ITV’s award-winning hit show is back for 5 episodes and promising higher stakes than ever before with a life-changing one-million-pound jackpot on Saturday.
The Jonathan Ross Show is back with a new series on ITV on Saturday night.
David Walliams is the guest on Who Do You Think You Are? this week on BBC one on Monday.
A special episode of Celebrity Gogglebox and a 90-minute special of The Last Leg in aid of this year's Stand Up To Cancer are on Channel4 on Friday.
Also featured in this edition are, 101 Adorable Puppies - C5, Sunday, Roadkill - BBC1, Sunday, The Twelve - C4, Sunday, The Billion Dollar Art Hunt - BBC4, Monday, Hollyoaks Does Come Dine With Me - E4, Monday to Friday, Minority Report - FOX UK, Wednesday, Catching a Killer: A Diary From The Grave - more4, Wednesday, 101 Body Shockers - C5, Thursday, Billion Pound Cruise - more4, Thursday and The Same Sky - more4, Friday.
Editor´s pick of the week
The Noughties on BBC TWO on Wednesday at 11pm
Angela Scanlon invites comedians Ellie Taylor and Geoff Norcott to join her on a lighthearted look back at the decade that kicked off a brand new century: the Noughties. Each year is covered over 10 episodes.
In this episode they’re focusing on the year it all started, 2000. Together they share their memories of celebrating a new millennium; the fireworks, the Dome and the Y2K bug, and the biggest and best of the year’s films, music and television.
It was the year that the Big Brother house opened its doors for the very first time. Kylie was Spinning Around in her iconic gold hotpants, Victoria Beckham went solo and Anne Robinson became TV’s most feared woman, keeping quiz contenders in their place on The Weakest Link.