Monday, 18 October 2010

TV Picks: 18-24 October 2010 ('Attenborough's Journey', 'The Event', 'First Men In The Moon', 'Graham Norton Show', 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks', 'Russell Howard's Good News', etc.)

Monday, 18 October 2010

Party Wars (Living, 10pm) Reality series where people compete to see who can throw the best party. Features Stacey Solomon from The X Factor.
Shattered (Universal, 10pm) Canadian crime drama about a detective with multiple personality disorder. Stars Callum Keith Rennie.

Fiddlers, Cheats & Scams (ITV1, 8pm) Series that uses hidden cameras to catch cheats red-handed.
The First Men In The Moon (BBC4, 9pm) Sci-fi adaptation of H.G Wells's classic novel, about two Edwardian gentlemen who fly to the moon in a strange contraption. Stars Mark Gatiss & Rory Kinnear.
Ladies Of Letters (ITV3, 10pm) Series 2 of the comedy about two elderly friends. Stars Maureen Lipman & Anne Reid.
Tormented Lives (BBC1, 10.35pm) Documentary about people with learning disabilities who are the victims of hate crime.

Prince William's Africa (Sky1, 8pm) Documentary following Prince William on a trip to Botswana.
The MOBO Awards 2010 (BBC3, 9pm) The annual Music Of Black Origin awards show.

The Taking Of Prince Harry (Channel 4, 9pm) Drama that presents a fictional look at what would happen if Prince Harry were ever kidnapped while on duty in Afghanistan.
Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2, 10pm) Return of the comedy music panel show. Guest hosted by Mark Ronson, with Alesha Dixon, Tinie Tempah, Paul Foot and Mollie from The Saturdays.
Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3, 10.30pm) Series 3 of the topical standup comedy show.

The Big Silence (BBC2, 7pm) A Benedictine monk attempts to prove he can change the lives of five ordinary people if they begin silent meditation.
The Event (Channel 4, 9pm) US sci-fi mystery drama. Stars Jason Ritter & Blair Underwood. Double-bill.
The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, 10.35pm) The Irish comedian's popular chat show moves to Fridays. Guests include Charlotte Church & Russell Howard.


Attenborough's Journey (BBC2, 8pm) Series following the famous naturalist around the world while he filmed First Life, sharing his memories of 50 years presenting wildlife documentaries.
D.O.A (BBC3, 9pm) Comedy pilot about two mismatched paramedics.