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Is there a possibility of a nuclear apocalypse tonight on TV?

How imminent is the possibility of Nuclear Armageddon?

9pm, BBC Two

Who wouldn’t want some relaxing, low-pressure TV to start off the year 2024? But, instead, we have a shocking reminder of the potential for a nuclear apocalypse. Journalist Jane Corbin interviews scientists, investigators, and diplomats who are responsible for setting the Doomsday Clock. The clock is currently only minutes away from midnight, indicating a possible global disaster. Its next update is scheduled for January 23rd.

Dragons’ Den

8pm, BBC One

Former football player turned business owner Gary Neville will be a guest investor on this week’s episode of the show “Dragons’ Den”. He has a surprise for fellow investor Deborah Meaden: a challenge to take a penalty kick. Entrepreneur Billy hopes to bring his business selling football boots that have been worn in matches to the next level.

Tonight, join us for a special event featuring Keir Starmer, as we get to know the Labour Party leader on a more personal level.

Join us tonight for an exclusive evening with Keir Starmer where we will have the opportunity to get to know the leader of the Labour Party on a more intimate level.

8.30pm, ITV1

Anushka Asthana takes a look at Keir Starmer, a potential future prime minister, as he watches a soccer game at a pub and faces challenges in handling the Gaza conflict. Asthana spends three months with the leader of the Labour party, which may or may not be enough time to extract a significant political statement from him. Jack Seale


9pm, ITV1

This week in the village, there is more than just a crime to solve. A serious accident occurs when Will (played by Tom Brittney) goes against his promise to his pregnant wife, Bonnie (played by Charlotte Ritchie), and rides his motorbike. As Geordie looks into the accident and discovers a body nearby, the situation becomes even more complex. – Hannah Verdier

The Madame Blanc Mysteries

9pm, Channel 5

After escaping an assassination attempt by mischievous Babs, Jean White (played by Sally Lindsay), who deals in antiques, comes back to Sainte Victoire, a charming French village, to unravel various mysteries. This week’s case involves the shooting of a bystander at a bus stop.

Drama unfolds … Alex Gaumond, Sue Vincent, Steve Edge, Sally Lindsay, Sue Holderness and Robin Askwith in The Madame Blanc Mysteries.


9pm, Sky Atlantic

Sarah Lancashire’s portrayal of TV chef Julia Child in this luxurious drama is still as endearing as ever. Instead of going back to the US, Julia and her husband Paul (played by David Hyde Pierce) decide to spend a weekend in Paris for a romantic getaway. However, their plans are interrupted when their friend Avis (played by Bebe Neuwirth) shows up, also looking to escape reality. This leads to a series of comedic events and a night of drinking with Jean-Paul Sartre.

Source: theguardian.com