What To Watch W/C 18th July

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Witness Number 3 – Monday 18th July @ 9pm | Channel 5

Single mum and hairdresser Jodie Packer witnesses something seemingly innocuous, but soon finds herself as the significant witness in a murder enquiry and facing a campaign of intimidation. As Jodie’s paranoia grows, a local gang mounts a terrifying threat against her and her young son Kyle. Thriller, starring Nina Toussaint-White

Hip Hop’s Open Secret: Tim Westwood – Monday 18th July @ 10:45pm | BBC One

The second part of the joint BBC and The Guardian investigation into the renowned rap DJ, hearing from five black women who allege sexual misconduct

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Lenny Henry’s Caribbean Britain: Episode 2 – Tuesday 19th July @ 9pm | BBC One

Lenny looks back on his coming of age and explores how he and other second and third-generation, British-born Caribbean children began to mesh their identity into their art. From the theatre and art collectives of the 1980s to the making of brands, to the evolution of jungle and grime music.

Jay Blades: Learning To Read At 51 – Wednesday 20th July @ 11:50pm | BBC One

The Repair Shop presenter has always struggled to read. Now he has decided it’s time to learn. As Jay commits to six months of learning using a system developed for use in prisons, he also reveals how he has been shaped by having the reading age of an 11-year-old, showing how he manages his upholstery business and his presenting duties without the written word

The Gray Man – Friday 22nd July | Netflix

When the CIA’s most skilled operative-whose true identity is known to none-accidentally uncovers dark agency secrets, a psychopathic former colleague puts a bounty on his head, setting off a global manhunt by international assassins. With Regé-Jean Page.

Soul II Soul – Saturday 23rd July | Netflix

At London’s Metropolis Studios, the British R&B collective Soul II Soul performs some of their smash hits, including the chart-topper “Back To Life”.


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