What to watch and review this weekend

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What to watch and review this weekend

May 07, 2016 - 09:19
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What to watch this weekend: May 7 and 8.

The Durrells Milo Parker and Keeley Hawes


Can’t Touch This (BBC1, 5.25pm) You might not want to touch this feeble Total Wipeout rip-off with a bargepole. But if you do, give us your thoughts. Don’t hold back.

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Bang On The Money (ITV, 7pm) Flop game show causing widespread apathy. Take a look, and tell us why you reckon it’s not working. Or why you think it’s a misunderstood work of genius.

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Michael McIntyre’s Big Show (BBC1, 7.05pm Variety, pranks and star guests as the comic hosts another night of fun at London’s Theatre Royal. The celebrity send-to-all phone slot is brilliant. But do you the rate the rest of the show?

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Britain’s Got Talent (ITV, 8pm) Massive ratings as Simon Cowell’s end of the pier spectacular continues to do the business. But does it still work for you? Do you like the judges? Or are you fed up of their tired old Lego-language? And is the not particularly British talent really as good as Simon and his sidekicks make out?

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The Durrells (ITV, 8pm) More sun-kissed fun as a dysfunctional British family struggle to cope in Corfu. Starring Keeley Hawes as long suffering mother Louisa Durrell, this is a smash hit that everyone seems to love. Do you?

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The British Academy Television Awards (BBC1, 8pm) Graham Norton hosts the gala event as the showbiz elite gather to honour the best shows and performances of the year. Idris Elba, Sheridan Smith, Peter Kay and Miranda Hart are all in the running. As are Wolf Hall, Doctor Foster, I’m A Celeb, First Dates and – er – The Graham Norton Show. Do you like these marathon ceremonies? Or do luvvies patting themselves on the back bore you to tears?

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