The TV Week – 28 June – 3 July 2009

Saturday
9:30pm Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow BBC1 – With headliner Sean Lock
10:00pm Lee Evans: Wired & Wonderful Channel 4 – A repeat of his performance from Wembley Stadium
11:10pm Glastonbury 2009 BBC2 – Featuring performances from Kasbian and Florence & The Machine hosted by Lauren Laverne and Zane Lowe. Coverage begins at 7pm on BBC3
Sunday
7pm Revelations Channel 4 – 8-part series on the impact of religion by filmmaker Jon Ronson
8pm Top Gear BBC2 – With Stephen Fry in the reasonably priced car.
8pm The Secret Caribbean with Trevor McDonald ITV1 -Three part series that sees Sir Trevor traveling across the Caribbean visiting some of the beautiful, dangerous and vibrant islands
9pm On Thin Ice BBC2 – James Cracknell and Ben Fogle attempt to race to the South Pole
Monday
5pm The Chase ITV1 – New quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh
8pm Madonna & Mercy: What Really Happened? Channel 4 – Documentary documenting the singer’s latest adoption attempt.
9pm Inside Nature’s Giants Channel 4 – Four-part science series uncovers the anatomical secrets of some of the animal kingdom’s most extraordinary species beginning with Elephants.
Tuesday
9pm Dispatches Special Channel 4 – Looking at the terror attack in Mumbai
9pm CSI Miami Five – Series 7 of the crime drama.
10pm The Life and Times of Tim Virgin1 – US cartoon series about a normal guy living in New York who just happens to be the world’s most awkward man.
11.10pm The Inbetweeners Channel 4 – Terrestrial airing of the second series
10.35pm Hollywood Lives ITV1 – Series looking at life in Hollywood
Wednesday
9pm Cops with Cameras
ITV1
11pm Skins Channel 4 – Terrestrial airing of the third series of the teen drama.
Thursday
8.30pm Physic Detectives
Biography -Medium Tony Stockwell unlocks the psychic powers of six members of the public.
9pm The Best Job in the World BBC1 – Documentary following the marketing campaign for an Australian State, which asked for potential caretakers for a beautiful barrier reef island
9pm Gerry’s Big Decision Channel 4 – Three-parter in which business troubleshooter Sir Gerry Robinson helps struggling businesses.
9pm Can I Get High Legally? BBC3 – Documentary fronted by George Lamb about legal party pills and herbal highs.
9pm Reaper E4 – Second series of the US comedy.
10pm Physic Investigators Biography -Series about crime cases in which psychics have been involved.
Friday
10pm Horne & Corden
BBC2 – Terrestrial airing of the duo’s sketch show
11.35pm Stevie Wonder BBC2 – Concert from London’s O2 Arena

Guest list
Sandra Bullock, Emma Watson, Liz Smith on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross BBC1, Friday
Sugababe Keisha Buchanan & Shaun Williamson on All Star Mr. & Mrs. ITV1, Saturday
Jerry Springer, Martina Navratilova, The Black Eyed Peas on Alan Carr Chatty Man Channel 4, Sunday

Subject list
Panorama
: Will the Scots Ever Be Happy? . BBC1, Monday
Real Crime: Sally Anne Bowman: Murder on the Doorstep. ITV1, Monday

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