WHAT TO WATCH W/C 7TH MARCH

We’re back with another joyous week of content for you to watch!

So excited to see Lewis Hamilton in Drive to Survive S4 and looking forward to this year’s BAFTA awards back on our screens and in person. You may have already seen it and episodes are available to view on BBC iPlayer but we recommend watching Mood written and starring Nicôle Lecky – more info and all our recommendations below. Happy watching!

Our House – Monday 7th March 9pm | ITV

Fi Lawson arrives home one day to find a family of strangers moving into her house and her husband, Bram, has disappeared. As the new reality sets in, Fi realises that the secrets and lies have only just started. Starring Weruche Opia, Suzette Llewellyn and Tarinn Callender.


Last Days Of Ptolemy Grey – Friday 11th March | Apple TV+

Ptolemy Grey, 91, is on the brink of sinking into dementia, but he experiences a seismic shift when given the opportunity to briefly regain his memories, and he uses this fleeting lucidity to solve his nephew’s death and come to terms with his past. Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Dominique Fishback.


The Adam Project – Friday 11th March | Netflix

A time-travelling pilot teams up with his younger self and his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future. Starring Zoe Saldana.


Formula 1: Drive to Survive: S4 – Friday 11th March | Netflix

The popular F1 series returns with more high octane drama following the last season’s racing.


Extraordinary Portraits – Sunday 13th March 6:30pm | BBC One

Extraordinary Portraits sees musician and passionate collector of art Tinie match members of the public with extraordinary stories to a selection of distinctive and celebrated portrait artists. In this episode, Dale Grimshaw, famed for creating street murals with a Fine Art approach, builds a special bond with Patrick, a personal
trainer from South London.

Image Credit: BB


The British Academy Film Awards – Sunday 13th March 7pm | BBC One

The BAFTAs return as an in-person event at London’s Royal Albert Hall, celebrating the very best of British and international film talent in one of the world’s most prestigious film ceremonies. Keep an eye out for Black British nomms (for more info check out our insta post).

AJ Odudu Red Carpet Host – Image Credit: Grazzia



Mood – Stream all episodes | BBC iPlayer

Mood is a six-part music-based drama written and starred in by Nicôle Lecky based on her hit Royal Court show, Superhoe. Sasha Clayton (Lecky), a wannabe singer and rapper who’s forced to fend for herself when she’s kicked out of her family home before she meets enigmatic party girl Carly, who introduces her to the exciting world of social media influencing. But as the gap between her new online presence and her dream of being a singer continues to grow, Sasha struggles to escape a world that is more complex and darker than she could have imagined.

Nicôle Lecky – Image Credit: BBC

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