This week's top TV: 20 - 26 March

This week's top TV: 20 - 26 March

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This week is filled with comedy, with the new series of Live at the Apollo and the return of Comic Relief for a night of fundraising. 

Monday: Made In Chelsea

E4, 9pm

The thirteenth series of the reality show is set to be the most explosive yet as it returns to E4.

Along with the usual relationship dramas, rivalries and elaborate dinner parties, the biggest bombshell of the new series is the news of estranged couple Binky and JP's unexpected pregnancy. 

Tuesday: American Justice

BBC Two, 9pm


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The three-part documentary series follows prosecutors and police officers in Florida's 'murder captial', Jacksonville.

The episode gives an eye-opening perspective of the American justice system as two investigations unfold involving a potential death penalty prosecution and the man accused of the murder of his cousin.

Wednesday: Live at the Apollo

BBC Two, 10pm


Live at the Apollo (Credit: BBC)

The live comedy show is back on a new channel, making its first appearance on BBC Two. 

From the stage at London's Hammersmith Apollo, Alan Carr hosts a night of stand-up comedy as he is joined by comedians Francesca Martinez and Nish Kumar for an evening of laughs, light hearted political swipes and accurate comedic observations. 

Thursday: Syria's Disappeared: The Case Against Assad

Channel 4, 10pm


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This investigative documentary explores the hidden story of tens of thousands of people who have disappeared in Syria by the Assad regime into a network of detention centres.

With evidence smuggled out of Syria and three survivors accounts, the documentary follows follows victims, family members and international war crimes investigators as they campaign for the release of those disappeared and fight for justice.

Friday: Red Nose Day 2017

BBC One, 7pm

Red Nose Day 2017 will provide a host of comedy, famous faces and hilarious sketches for a night of fundraising fun. 

The night will feature sketches from Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders, a special Carpool Karaoke with James Corden and Take That and a highly anticipated short sequel to Love Actually, as well as moving film clips of those in need of help from the charity.

Saturday: All Round to Mrs Brown's

BBC One, 9.15pm


Brendan O'Carroll in Mrs Brown's Boys (Credit: BBC)

Brendan O'Carroll, writer and star of Mrs Brown's Boys, brings back his character for a Saturday night chat show in front of a live studio audience and music from James Blunt.

Pamela Anderson, Judy Murray and Louis Walsh, among others will join Cathy (Jennifer Gibney) in the sitting room, while Agnes/Mammy (Brendan O’Carroll) has revealing chats with some of their mothers.

Sunday: Line of Duty

BBC One, 9pm


Line of Duty (Credit: BBC)

A young woman is knocked down by a car and kidnapped in a fast paced and dramatic opening to the fourth series of the crime drama.

Thandie Newton stars as a detective on the hunt for a serial killer who is determined to catch the criminal and prove herself to her superiors, even if that leads to a miscarriage of justice along the way.

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