From the return of the Doctor to the series finale of Downton Abbey, here are seven not to miss programmes.
Girls Can Code
Television and radio presenter Alice Levine finds girls who complete computer coding in a male dominant industry. She takes Ellie, Daisy, Neelam, Tolani and Arooj to meet the UK’s most powerful women in technology. The girls are given a five-day task to invent a start up piece of technology.
Battle of Britain: Return of the Spitfires
The programme will involve a special flypast that marks the 75th anniversary of Battle of Britain Day. This was the name given to when two bombing raids attacked London. The event will involve approximately 40 Spitfires and Hurricanes and will be attended by Prince Harry.
Channel 4 will show exclusive coverage and behind the scenes footage of a flypast over the South of England.
Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest
Former Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond fulfils his childhood dream of travelling to the Amazon River and Rainforest to photograph its wildlife. He hopes to inspire a new generation about the need to help the South American Rainforest, as around a fifth of it has been destroyed. He does this by showing the need to help the Rainforest through the pictures he has taken.
George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces
Architect George Clarke is back for two more series on Channel 4 to investigate designs that aim to transform small spaces into wonderful creations. From a hovering guesthouse in Sussex, to a mirror cube in the treetops in Sweden, it is sure to be a fascinating series.
Rugby World Cup: Opening Ceremony
The opening ceremony will be televised live from Twickenham Stadium. The games kick off after the ceremony with England vs. Fiji at 8pm.
The Doctor returns to our screens in the opening episode, The Magician’s Apprentice with favourite characters, Clara and Missy. Over the course of the series new faces will appear such as Games of Thrones actress Maisie Williams.
The much-loved period drama is back on our screens for one last series. For the final time, viewers will be able to witness the dramas within the Crawley family and among their servants.