What To Watch w/c Monday 29th August

We have a week full of great shows on the horizon …

As get back to normality after the return of Nottinghill carnival over the bank holiday and the beginning of the school term on the horizon we have picked a selection of programmes we think you’d enjoy.

Let us know what you think!

The Suspect – Monday 29th August @ 9pm | ITV

A recent life-changing medical diagnosis throws psychologist Joe O’Loughlin off-balance, when a young woman is found murdered, the unusual manner of her death prompts DS Riya Devi to suggest asking Joe for a professional opinion. Joe is shocked by the sight of the body – but is he just shaken by the brutality of the killing or is there something from his past he’s not telling the police? With Shaun Parkes.

The Caribbean with Andi and Miquita – Wednesday 31st August @ 9.30pm | BBC Two

Andi and Miquita Oliver embark on the family journey of a lifetime to reconnect with their West Indian roots. They visit Barbados where they explore their identities as they receive DNA test results connecting with the Caribbean people’s African roots. The duo also meet anti-colonial Calypso star the Mighty Gabby and his son for a moving musical performance, and discuss why forging a new identity is so important for Barbados.

I Came By – Wednesday 31st August | Netflix

A graffiti artist who targets homes of the elite uncovers a twisted secret in a hidden basement- triggering events that put his loved ones in danger. With Percelle Ascott.

British Injustice with Raphael Rowe – Thursday 1st September 12am | Sky History

This series takes a unique look at two of the most horrifying and gripping wrongful conviction cases in recent British criminal history. Raphael Rowe will guide viewers through the disturbing series of events that sent innocent men to prison.

Bloods: Season 2 – Thursday 1st September @10pm | Sky Comedy

Bloods is a comedy about paramedic partners Wendy and Maleek. It’s an unlikely pairing – Maleek is a tough-acting loner while Wendy is an over-friendly divorcee – but soon enough they give each other life support. Starring Samson Kayo.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – Friday 2nd September @2am | Amazon Prime

Set thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, when great powers were forged, kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin, unlikely heroes were tested, hope hung by the finest of threads, and the greatest villain threatened to cover all the world in darkness. With Cynthia Addai-Robinson and Lenny Henry.

South Of The River – Thursday 1st September | Netflix

This docuseries tells the stories of young, high-profile footballers from South London, who beat the odds in their quest for international success.

Our Lives: Searching for My Other Mam – Friday 2nd September @ 7:30pm | BBC One

A collection of documentaries from Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales. Having been raised Welsh by his adoptive white parents, Gerallt Wyn Jones finds the courage to go looking for his birth parents. In 1973, born black to a white unwed mother, Gerallt was given away when he was only a few weeks old. Raised speaking Welsh in a very white north-west Wales, he has always felt different to everyone. Almost 50 years on – and fearing he may have left it too late – he can’t hold back any longer from searching for the black father and heritage he’s never known, and for the young white mother who felt she had no choice but to give him away.


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