Brodie Millichap takes a look at this week’s TV highlights…
Five Picks Of The Week
Broadchurch (pictured): Monday 9pm, ITV1.
Danny’s murder is still causing the community heartache and the pressure is on DI Hardy and DS Miller to solve the crime. Crime thriller starring David Tennant and Olivia Colman.
Bomb Patrol: Monday 10pm, Channel 5.
Brand new documentary series following a US Navy bomb squad doing their duty in Afghanistan as they try to diffuse potentially lethal explosive devices.
Food Glorious Food: Wednesday 8pm, ITV1.
Andi Oliver heads to the North West of England as this week’s guest judge. He will be sampling sticky toffee pudding, cream horns, cakes and a cheesecake as they compete for a chance to win £20,000.
Prisoners’ Wives: Thursday 9pm, BBC1.
The hit-drama returns for a new series this week starring Polly Walker. The series opener begins with a woman finding herself in all sorts of trouble as she is embroiled in the midst of a gangland turf war. She must decide how far she will go to protect her loved ones.
Comic Relief – Funny For Money: Friday 7pm, BBC1.
A whole host of comedians and celebrities get together to help raise money for charity. Expect to see performances from Lenny Henry, Rowan Atkinson, One Direction, Ricky Gervais, Mickey Flanagan and Jessie J – who will shave her head in the studio.
In Coronation Street, there’s heartache for Chesney as just after he proposes to Katy he finds out that she has been seeing Ryan.
In Emmerdale, Vanessa faces the sack after misdiagnosing Katie’s horse – leading to the horse’s death.
Eastenders sees Bianca take desperate measures as she attempts to save son Liam from going off, the rails after he starts hanging around with a group of bad lads.