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  • On TV tonight…

    Panorama: Maternity Scandal: Fighting for the Truth. One of the biggest scandals in the history of the NHS - repeated failures in maternity care at hospitals in Shropshire. Michael Buchanan who first investigated the extent of this hidden tragedy, meets families who have not spoken out before and former insiders who describe a dysfunctional culture that contributed to the truth being buried for so long. On BBC One at 9pm.
    Editor: Mel Quigley.

    23 Feb 22
  • On TV tonight…

    Moors Murders: The Witness. On Channel 4 at 9pm. The story of Britain's most infamous child murders. This series is built around never-before-seen prison letters from Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, written over the five decades after their capture. Expert analysis of these letters provides new insight into the killers' backgrounds, thinking and motivation. 
    Editor: Finlay Milne.

    21 Feb 22
  • On TV tonight…

    The Apprentice: You're Fired. Tom Allen is joined by a panel of experts and celebrity fans to analyse this week's task and meet the latest candidate to be fired. On BBC One at 10pm
    VT Editor: Phil Moss.

    17 Feb 22
  • On TV tonight…

    Great Cookbook Challenge with Jamie Oliver is on Channel 4 at 8pm. Eighteen of the UK’s best undiscovered cooks compete to win a life-changing prize: a book deal with Michael Joseph at Penguin Random House to have their very own cookbook published.
    Editor: Andy Selzer.

    14 Feb 22
  • On TV tonight…

    Boris Johnson: Has He Run Out of Road? Andrew Neil is on the inside track of Conservative Party turmoil. Neil speaks to the key players and asks if Boris Johnson, the great political survivor, is finished. Watch it on Channel 4 at 6.45pm.
    Editors: Todd Dalton, John Moffat & Peter Tottle.

    30 Jan 22
  • On TV tonight…

    A Question of Sport. Paddy, Sam and Ugo are joined by Olympic hockey champion Alex Danson-Bennett, taekwondo world champion Bianca Walkden and footballers Hal Robson-Kanu and Steve Sidwell. Catch it on BBC One at 7.30pm.
    Editor: Adrian Beard.

    28 Jan 22
  • On TV tonight…

    The World According to Jeff Goldblum: Tiny Things. Jeff grabs his magnifying glass for a close-up at our love of tiny things. From discovering how LEGOs help kids to be adults and adults to be kids to cooking a gourmet meal for a panel of discerning judges, Jeff reveals there’s more to small stuff than toys and cuteness. Streaming now on Disney+.
    Editor: Richard Trier.

    19 Jan 22
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