This week will see Michelin star chefs attempt to recreate a KFC favourite, and the highs and lows of marriage between comedians Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont.
Tuesday 6th April
Channel 4, 9:20pm
First Dates host Fred Sirieix is once again challenging the UK's top chefs to recreate the nation’s favourite snacks.
Previous series have seen chefs create the best versions possible of the KitKat, Quavers, Monster Munch and Domino’s.
The first episode of the new series will follow Michelin star chefs attempt to make KFC’s top selling zinger burger, with subsequent challenges including Wagon Wheels, Shreddies and Snickers.
Lights Up: Sitting
Wednesday 7th April
BBC Four, 10:30pm
With theatres having to shut their doors for over a year now, the BBC Lights Up festival is bringing 18 new theatrical works to our screens as part of the broadcaster’s Culture in Quarantine initiative.
In Sitting, written, directed by and starring Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd), three characters sit for a silent painter and reveal personal truths about love, loss and the essential nature of human connection.
Parkinson stars as Mary, a solemn woman reminiscing about her admired older sister Aggie. She’s joined by Alex Jarrett as the youthful Cassandra who has an issue with telling the truth, and Mark Weinmann as Luke, an unemployed decorator who is compelled to confide in the unseen artist.
Meet the Richardsons
Thursday 8th April
With the mockumentary Meet the Richardsons returning for a second series, husband-and-wife comedians Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont are back bickering on the sofa as they embrace life in lockdown.
Since Jon holds a general dislike for human contact, the isolating aspect of lockdown has suited him nicely and he’s even built a pub in the back garden. Meanwhile, Lucy has started work on a new project and gets in touch with an old flame.
Friday 9th April
Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City) leads Filthy Rich, a Southern Gothic family drama following Margaret Monreaux (Cattrall), a rich co-founder of a Christian TV Network whose life and business are thrown into disarray when her husband and business partner dies in a plane crash.
When three of her husband’s illegitimate children arrive on the scene following his demise in pursuit of his fortune, a tense family battle ensues.
I Can See Your Voice
BBC One, 7:20pm
New mystery music game show I Can See your Voice will see a team of two players vying to win a cash prize by guessing who they think can sing out of a group of mystery strangers standing in front of them.
The players will be helped by a panel of celebrity experts, and each week they will be joined by a singing superstar.
The mystery singers will take part in lip sync challenges, and will be whittled down to one lucky player who will then perform a duet with the singing superstar, revealing if they really can sing.