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Brickies – Thursday 21st April 9pm | BBC Three
Follow groups of young bricklayers working on northern building sites. The brickies are back in Stoke-on-Trent, where things are falling behind schedule and a national mortar shortage threatens to grind production to a halt. Meanwhile, after years of building homes for other people, Kuda is finally ready to buy his first dream house.
Chivalry – Thursday 21st April 10pm | Channel 4
Jean (Wanda Sykes) arranges for Bobby (Solemani), an indie-darling director, to take over the reshoots of a major studio film. Bobby meets producer Cameron (Coogan) and they have to convince a key player to come on board. Meanwhile, Bobby learns information about Cameron that makes her doubt her decision to work with him.
Selling Sunset, Friday 22nd April, Netflix
The popular series returns with a new addition to the cast, British Nigerian real estate agent Chelsea Lazkani. Expect drama and outlandishly expensive property.
Oprah and Viola – Friday 22nd April | Netflix
In celebration of Davis’s new memoir, Finding Me, the new special event sees her sitting down with personality and host Oprah Winfrey to talk about her childhood, her career, and what brings her peace and happiness in life after a troubling young adulthood.
The Rising – Friday 22nd April 9pm | Sky Max & NOW
Follows the mission of murdered woman Neve Kelly, who finds herself wandering the mortal plane after her apparently violent death. With Alex Lanipekun, Ann Ogbomo and Nenda Neururer.
Grace: S2 – Sunday 24th April 8pm | ITV
Detective Superintendent Roy Grace suspects the sudden death of a former schoolteacher found in suspicious circumstances in a respectable Brighton backwater may not be the drugs overdose it first appears and when human remains are discovered in a Sussex field, Grace and Branson are drawn into an investigation that will test their abilities and their friendship to breaking point. Starring Richie Campbell, Rakie Ayola and Amaka Okafor.
Our Changing Planet – Sunday 24th April 7pm | BBC One
The launch of a definitive seven-year diary, documenting the fight to save our planet’s most threatened ecosystems. Six presenters meet the people fighting to restore the balance. Starring Ade Adepitan.
Blaps – Available to watch on All 4 and Youtube
Ahead of a new collection of Channel 4’s blaps, catch up on old favourites including The Tool starring Javone Prince and Half Breed with Natasha and Gemma Marshall.
All the Old Knives – Available to view on Amazon Prime Video
A modern-day espionage thriller that follows Henry as he investigates Celia (Thandiwe Newton), a past flame from their days as CIA intelligence officers in Vienna, who is now under suspicion of having been a double agent. Using flashbacks to weave together multiple timelines, All the Old Knives peels back the layers of their past romance and exposes the truth behind a devastating terrorist attack they were unable to stop.