Monday, 21 February 2011

TV Picks: 21-27 February 2011 ('Friday Night Dinner', 'Heston's Mission Impossible', 'Mrs Brown's Boys', 'Ross Kemp's Extreme World', 'Silk', etc.)

Monday, 21 February 2011

My Life In Books (BBC2, 6.30pm) Chat show focusing on celebrities' love of books. Guests are author PD James and presenter Richard Bacon. Hosted by Anne Robinson.
Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets (BBC2, 8.30pm) Return of the fly-on-the-wall documentary with the famous chef at his Oxfordshire home.
When Teenage Meets Old Age (BBC2, 9pm) Four-part series where young people become carers at a retirement home.
When God Spoke English: The Making Of The King James Bible (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary about how The Bible was first translated from Latin into English.
Ross Kemp's Extreme World (Sky1, 9pm) Five-part documentary where Ross Kemp visits various dangerous places around the world, starting with Chicago.
The Chris Rock Show (Sky Atlantic, 10.30pm) Chat show hosted by comedian Chris Rock. Guests are OJ Simpson, Sean Combs & Michael Jackson.
Mrs Brown's Boys (BBC1, 10.35pm) Comedy about an overbearing Irish mother. Stars Brendan O'Caroll.

Silk (BBC1, 9pm) Six-part legal drama. Stars Rupert Penry-Jones & Maxine Peake.
Heston's Mission Impossible (Channel 4, 9pm) Chef Heston Blumenthal tries to help some of the UK's biggest food brands revolutionize their food production.
Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary on seven doctors who have just qualified.

The Real King's Speech (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary about King George VI's struggle with his stammer.
The Model Agency (Channel 4, 10pm) Reality show going behind-the-scenes of Premier Model Management.

A Dangerous Place To Meet My Family (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about a 21-year-old boy born in Sheffield who travels to Yemen to meet his Muslim family.

The Hidden Treasures Of Art (BBC2, 9pm) Series where Griff Rhys Jones discovers little-known art treasures from around the world.
Benidorm (ITV1, 9pm) Series 4 of the comedy-drama.
Friday Night Dinner (Channel 4, 10pm) Six-part comedy about two twentysomething brothers who still have Friday night dinner with their parents. Stars Simon Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter & Tom Rosenthal.


Umm, zilch – right?