Happy New Year!
Its grey, it’s windy and it’s wet outside so for the next few days before we have to go back to work lets curl up and start January with some great entertainment including the return of both Waterloo Road and Call The Midwife.
Let us know what you’ll be watching this week.
Waterloo Road:S13 – Tuesday 2nd January @8pm | BBC One
As Kim rolls out a fresh initiative to get long-term school refusers back into education, mayhem soon follows, and two worlds collide when Tonya forms an unlikely bond with one of the new students.
Food Unwrapped’s Caribbean Adventure – Tuesday 2nd January @8pm | Channel 4
Andi Oliver journeys through the islands of Barbados, Saint Lucia and Dominica to unearth the secrets of Caribbean food.
RAYE at the Royal Albert Hall – Wednesday 3rd January @ 10:45pm | BBC One
RAYE performs new arrangements of songs from her album My 21st Century Blues accompanied by the Heritage Orchestra, conducted by Tom Richards, and the Flames Collective Choir with organist Anna Lapwood.
Truelove – Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th January @ 9pm | Channel 4
Former teenage sweethearts reunite at a friend’s funeral decades later, they create a pact to engineer a dignified death for each other so that none of them will have to endure a slow and miserable road to death. Starring Clarke Peters.
Good Grief – Friday 5th January | Netflix
An artist grieving the loss of his famous writer husband takes his two best friends on a trip to Paris, where they unpack messy secrets and hard truths. Starring Ruth Negga.
Donyale Luna: Supermodel – Saturday 6th January @11pm | Sky Docs
Documentary on Donyale Luna, the first Black model to grace the cover of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, who broke barriers in the fashion industry before her death aged 33.
Big Zuu’s 12 Dishes in 12 Hours – Saturday 6th January @10pm | ITV
Big Zuu takes famous faces on culinary tours of European cities, teaching them everything they need to know about the place through a dozen dishes.
Call the Midwife:S13 – Sunday 7th January @8pm | BBC One
A heart-warming tale of life in London’s hard-up East End. Midwives welcome new lives in the changing times of the 50s and 60s.
For Better or Worse: Silverback – Sunday 7th January @9pm | BBC Two
Wildlife cameraman Vianet Djenguet joins a team of conservationists from the Kahuzi-Biega National Park in Democratic Republic of the Congo to closely document efforts to protect the eastern lowland gorilla, a critically endangered great ape and the largest primate on earth