We’re back with something to watch every day this week.
It brings the return of sci-fi drama Raised by Wolves, a documentary on our favourite house giveaway Tramway Path amongst other hard-hitting programmes. We also wish Lennie James and Paapa Essiedu good luck at this year’s Olivier Awards as their show, A Number is up for Best Revival. Enjoy!
The Split: S3 – Monday 4th April 9pm | BBC One
The Defoes, a family of sisters working as divorce lawyers, come face-to-face with their past after their estranged father returns to the fold. With Chukwudi Iwuji.
Cadbury Exposed: Dispatches – Monday 4th April 8pm | Channel 4
With Easter just around the corner, Dispatches goes undercover in Ghana to investigate the truth about Britain’s best-loved chocolate brand, Cadbury. Dispatches reveal for the first- time child labour in the Cadbury supply chain. Children, some as young as ten, are filmed carrying heavy loads and working with machetes, carrying out hazardous work on plantations that supply cocoa beans to Mondelez International, the US owner of Cadbury, through its ethical programme Cocoa Life.
Raised by Wolves: S2 – Wednesday 6th April 9pm | Sky Atlantic
Two androids are tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet; as the human colony threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task. Abubakar Salim as Father.
My £2 Dream Home – Thursday 7th April 11.05pm | Channel 4
Three brothers from South London – Daniel, Jason and Will Twenefour – are giving people the chance to win a home with a £2 per entry property competition. Their project began in 2020 with Daniel’s own three-bedroom house in Mitcham, South London. This documentary will go behind the scenes on how the brothers search for the perfect properties, what they do to attract interest on social media and find out what happens next to the winners.
Unreported World – Friday 8th April 7:30pm | Channel 4
Ghana is suffering an environmental disaster caused by the clothes and fast fashion industry. Reporter Ashionye Ogene travels to the bustling market of Kantamanto, in the capital city Accra, to meet the traders struggling to sell the clothes we in the UK no longer want. Kantamanto was once home to textile traders making a good living from so-called ‘Dead White Man’s Clothes’ – items donated from the West believed to be so good that only dead people would part with them. But the arrival of fast fashion is changing that. In 2019, roughly 63 million kilograms of clothes were imported into Ghana from the UK.
Ainsley Harriot’s Good Mood Food – Saturday 9th April 11.40am | ITV
Join chef Ainsley Harriott for a second series celebrating delicious food that really boosts your mood! There is no two ways about it – food can make you feel amazing. Food nourishes, it replenishes, it lifts you when you are down and keeps you smiling when you want to party.
Olivier Awards – Sunday 10th April 10.15pm | ITV
Highlights from the biggest night in British theatre include performances from Cabaret and Life of Pi. Extracts from other nominated musicals including, Back to the Future: The Musical, and Moulin Rouge, plus Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical. Other contenders include Eddie Redmayne, Cush Jumbo, Lily Allen, Jessie Buckley and
We Hunt Together – Sunday 10th April | Drama
Freddy and Baba, strangers with troubled pasts, form a bond after an unfortunate incident. They go on a killing spree forcing detectives Lola and Jackson to reunite and investigate the murders. Starring Babou Ceesay and Dipo Ola.