This Saturday is Siblings Day and is a way of honouring the special bond between brothers and sisters. Siblings Day was created by Claudia Evart, a freelance paralegal professional from Manhattan, New York. She was inspired to start Siblings Day after she had the tragic experience of losing both her brother and her sister in separate accidents at an early age. It may be over a year since some of us have seen our siblings, so celebrate Siblings Day by reflecting about them this week!
It appears that reality TV shows have not suffered production problems due to COVID-19 as several return this week. New on BBC one on Saturday is I Can See Your Voice hosted by Paddy McGuinness. All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star starts on BBC TWO on Tuesday with Katherine Ryan as host. The Great British Sewing Bee returns on BBC one on Wednesday. Game of Talents is new on ITV on Saturday and this programme is My Pick of the Week.
Foodie favourite Ainsley Harriott returns to his kitchen to explore the Food We Love on ITV on Saturday.
The Jonathan Ross Show is back to delve into the lives of stars from the worlds of TV, film, sport, music and more on ITV on Saturday.
Alibi channel is showing season 3 of Rex on Sunday and Harrow season 3 on Wednesday.
BBC Lights Up festival is showing theatre productions adapted for TV on BBC FOUR on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Yorkshire Vet and Our Yorkshire Farm are back on Channel5 on Tuesday.
You can read about many other programmes in the features throughout the magazine.
In sport, Lee McKenzie presents live action from the quarter final of the Heineken Champions Cup on Channel4 on Saturday. Formula E: Rome is on BBC TWO on Saturday. Rowing: European Championships 2021 is on BBC TWO on Sunday.
Editor´s Pick of the week
Game of Talents on ITV on Saturday at 8.30pm
In Game of Talents, a brand-new entertainment series hosted by Vernon Kay, the gameshow and talent show collide to create a guessing game like no other. Competing in pairs, each contestant will be partnered with a celebrity teammate, as they try to figure out the surprising and often bizarre hidden talents of the eight mystery performers in each episode. With big money prizes up for grabs if they get it right, will they be able to tell the fire eater from the footballer or the line dancer from the lion tamer, based solely on the performers’ appearances and some intriguing clues?