Brodie Millichap picks out this week’s TV highlights…
Five Picks Of The Week
Her Majesty’s Prison: Aylesbury: Monday 9pm, ITV1.
The second part of the eye-opening documentary focusing on the UK’s most notorious young offenders’ institution. Last week showcased some shocking scenes and we can expect more of the same from the extremely violent inmates.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Tuesday 9pm, Channel 5.
New series of the hit American crime drama sees DB Russell leading the CSI team on a dangerous against-the-clock hunt to locate and rescue his kidnapped granddaughter. Will the team reach her in time? Ted Danson and Elisabeth Shue star.
Lightfields: Wednesday 9pm, ITV1.
Brand new supernatural drama series starring Danny Miller, who plays a shy country boy besotted with farmer’s daughter Lucy. The five-part drama is set in three eras in a Suffolk farmhouse.
Waterloo Road: Thursday 8pm, BBC1.
Sian’s career is under threat when Barry’s behaviour leads to her slapping him in class. Elsewhere, Christine discovers that Connor and Imogen are engaged.
Hugh’s Fish Fight: Thursday 9pm, Channel 4.
The final episode of the series sees Hugh travel to Thailand where he uncovers the depletion of fish stocks and the farming of UK exported prawns.
In Coronation Street, Gloria receives a shock when first, her fiancé Eric passes away and then another woman turns up claiming to be his wife.
In Emmerdale, Megan is lefts suspicious after Declan signs a deal with Charity. Will she uncover the truth?
Eastenders sees the fight for Sharon turn physical when Jack thumps Phil Mitchell and puts him in hospital. How will Sharon react?