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Tonight's television lineup includes a captivating and intoxicating drama that is sure to please fans of romance.
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Tonight’s television lineup includes a captivating and intoxicating drama that is sure to please fans of romance.

Un Amore

9pm, Sky Atlantic

This romantic drama is set in Italy and follows the reunion of Alessandro and Anna, who crossed paths while travelling in 1996. After 20 years, they end up in Bologna and the spark between them is still there. However, with the complexities of marriage, children, and everything in between, their reunion is not as simple as it seems. The movie includes flashbacks and captures the dreamy and nostalgic nature of their relationship.

Dragons’ Den

8pm, BBC One

In the ongoing 21st season of this enduring business show, the entrepreneurs face even more nail-biting pitches to the inquisitive Dragons. Tonight’s panel will evaluate investment prospects such as thermostats for rental properties, easily consumable granola, and a potentially questionable line of organic makeup for kids. Phil Harrison will be hosting the proceedings.

Renowned author, Darren McGarvey, introduces his thought-provoking work, “The State We’re In.”

9pm, BBC Two


McGarvey’s commentary on the state of the nation ends with his experience in the NHS. While it’s predictable that he would find it to be “a disarray”, he makes a commendable effort to thoroughly examine all aspects (including a concerning encounter with a private physician) and truly take in the perspectives of those who are clearly dedicated to their work.

Lucia Keskin in Things You Should Have Done.View image in fullscreen

Things You Should Have Done

9pm, BBC Three

Lucia Keskin’s charmingly unconventional sitcom about a family comes to an end with a two-part finale that focuses on the redemption of “stay-at-home daughter” Chi (played by Keskin). In the first part, she must reconcile with her uptight Auntie Karen (portrayed brilliantly by Selin Hizli) who has been diagnosed with strictness. In the second part, Chi finally moves out of her parents’ house and begins a new chapter in her life in Spain, although not without some challenges. This finale was reviewed by Ellen E Jones.


The intelligent television program hosted by Rob Beckett.

9pm, Sky Max

This bold new game show focuses more on clever comebacks and lighthearted banter rather than meticulously examining television knowledge, but it has already established a lively rhythm. On tonight’s episode, team leaders Alison Hammond and Josh Widdicombe are joined by guests Natasia Demetriou, Roman Kemp, David Morrissey, and Ghosts actor and Buffy enthusiast Kiell Smith-Bynoe. Written by Graeme Virtue.

Whitstable Pearl

9pm, Drama


Kerry Godliman, known for her role in After Life, portrays single mother Pearl Nolan in this delightful crime drama set during teatime. Pearl takes on the role of a private detective and her first case involves the discovery of a friend’s body tied to a ship’s anchor. She begins to suspect foul play when the police label it as an accident.

Source: theguardian.com