So Coronavirus has spread further and immobilised most of the world. Many people will be aware of the sanctions imposed during the State of Alarm in the place where you live but some readers may not have access to the internet or social media, thus we have decided to publish the general guidelines for everyone on page3.


The TV schedules are constantly changing but we hope that pre-recorded programmes will be aired as listed in the magazine. Most sporting fixtures and other live events may have been postponed or cancelled and shows with a studio audience may not be shown, thus our TV channel listings, which are correct at the time of going to print, may be subject to programme changes.


For this week we have included a vast array of TV features for you to read about in the magazine, all of which we expect to be broadcast at the time of going to print.

On Sunday, a brand new series, Batwoman is on E4 followed by the return of the series Supernatural. Secrets of Eygpt´s Valley of the Kings is on Channel4 and another series of Rich House, Poor House returns to Channel5.

On Monday you can see Scandal And Beauty - Mark Gatiss On Aubrey Beardsley on BBC FOUR. Robbie Lyle: Football Fans Under Their Skin is on ITV. First Dates Abroad returns on E4.

On Tuesday, Inside Waitrose: Britain’s Poshest Supermarket is on Channel5. Miss Scarlet and The Duke is a brand new drama on Alibi. 24 Hours in A&E returns with a new series on more4.

On Wednesday, Save Me Too is a drama sequel series on SKY Atlantic. Drag Queen Dwarf & Other Little Britons is the first episode of a new docuseries on Channel5.

On Thursday, Maxxx is new on E4, How To Beat… continues with Fat on Channel4. Secrets of The Driving Test Gordon Gino & Fred: American Road Trip both start on ITV.

Gregg Wallace’s Fun Weekend is a new travel series for Channel5 on Friday.

In for a Penny on Saturday on ITV returns with a new series with Stephen Mulhern hosting the game show from locations around the UK.

Have I Got News for You is on Friday on BBC one with former Breakfast and Watchdog presenter Steph McGovern as host as the satirical quiz returns for its 59th series.

Best Wishes…………………………..




Editor´s pick of the week

Ransom on 5USA on FRIDAY at 10pm

Expertly seizing attention once again, the edge-of-the-seat hostage drama series returns for series three, with Eric and the Crisis Resolution team thrust into more unthinkable situations. Luke Roberts (Black Sails) stars alongside Nazneen Contractor (24) and Brandon Jay McLean (Graceland) and real-life negotiators Laurent Combalbert and Marwan Mery guest star as themselves. In the opening episode, when a man is killed and violent threats are made against his wife, Eric and the team are called in to negotiate the payoff; no matter how dirty the money may be.

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