There are no more words that can be said to express the horror of the fire tragedy in London last week. As news reports indicate, it may take weeks to fully inspect the building for further victims and meanwhile all everyone concerned can do, is wait. Our heartfelt condolences and sympathies go out to anyone who is directly affected by this disaster. It remains to be seen whether or not the investigation will find the root cause and answer all the questions.
As is usually the case with any major incident, extended news coverage and `special´ programmes cause changes to our printed TV listings but we hope you managed to find your favourite programmes.
For your TV viewing this week you can watch:
On Saturday on itv, the fifth series of Catchprhase kicks off with a celebrity special as Scottish TV legend Lorraine Kelly, Benidorm star Jake Canuso and performer and choreographer Ashley Banjo, known from dance group Diversity, compete to guess the familiar catchphrases.
Daytime TV offers new series on itv with David Dickinson's Name Your Price and on BBC one A&E on the Road is a documentary following the work of the West Midlands Ambulance Service's mobile teams, who cover a catchment area with a population of nearly six million people.
On Wednesday on BBC one you can see new series of Watchdog and The Week the Landlords Moved In, a transformative series challenging some of Britain's most successful landlords to spend an eye-opening week living in one of their own rental properties. On Channel5 Where There's a Blame, There's a Claim is a three-part series revealing the stories behind compensation claims for injuries in the UK, from theme park disasters to botched plastic surgery.
On Channel4 on Thursday we see the return of Naked Attraction and Real, Fake or Unknown.
You can read more about other new and returning favourite programmes in our magazine features.
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