This week's top TV: 22 - 28 February

This week's top TV: 22 - 28 February

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The gang are back together for the final season of Fresh Meat

Monday

Fresh Meat

Channel 4

10pm

The whole gang are back for the final series of Fresh Meat. Channel 4/Ray Burniston

Back for its final series, the university sitcom back with as many laugh-out-loud hilarious and toe-curlingly awkward moments as you could have dreamed.

Finals are looming and the students of Manchester Medlock University are dealing with the stresses in different ways.

Howard has turned nocturnal cellar-dweller, while Oregon is too busy as Students Union president to worry about her studies.

This week JP’s smarter brother comes to stay to tell him that it’s time to knuckle down. Josie meanwhile, has become obsessed with New Tricks.

 

Tuesday

First Contact: Lost Tribe of the Amazon

Channel 4

9pm

 

In 2014 one of the last tribes that had had no contact with the outside world emerged from the Amazon near the Brazil-Peru border.

A team of anthropologists return with them to their tribe to discover what drew them out of isolation and what this means for the indigenous way of life.

The show offers a unique insight into the way man has developed; one man says “Now we have seen clothes, and we have clothes to wear, we are ashamed to be naked.”

 

Wednesday

Brit Awards

ITV

8pm

Ant & Dec pose for photos with the Pam Hogg-designed BRITs trophies (Credit: ITV) 

Ant and Dec return to host the star-studded celebration of music for the third time – and with a Number 1 under their belts!

You can expect to see a tribute to David Bowie, who died earlier this year, although the form of that tribute has not yet been announced.

Performances from the likes of Adele, Justin Beiber and Coldplay will also dot the show.

In addition to performing, Adele is also nominated for album of the year for her staggeringly successful album, 25.

 

Thursday

The Great British Sex Survey

Channel 4

10pm

The Great British Sex Survey was conducted by YouGov & had over 2000 participants
(Credit: Channel 4/Adam Lawrence)

Extensive surveys by YouGov for Channel 4 have pulled back the bedcovers on Britain’s naughtiest secrets.

The show will break down the UK’s top 10 most popular kinks, including threesomes, toys, uniforms, sexy selfies and cross dressing.

The UK’s national threesome statistics will raise some eyebrows with 19% of Welsh respondents saying that they have had a threesome, while only 5% of Northern Irish respondents claimed the same.

 

Friday

Eurovision: You Decide

BBC Four

7.30pm

Eurovision: You Decide put the decision into your hands. Who will represent the UK in Sweden? (Credit: BBC)

The 90-minute spectacular will be hosted by Bake Off’s Mel Giedroyc and will feature a special performance by current Eurovision champion Måns Zelmerlöw.

Six acts will perform and then a public vote will decide who will go forward to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Sweden.

The show will also feature a look back at some of the late Sir Terry Wogan’s most memorable Eurovision moments.

 

Saturday

Stag

BBC Two

9pm

 

Anxious schoolteacher Ian Telford, played by Jim Howick (Peep Show), joins his soon-to-be brother-in-law’s stag party to the Scottish highlands on a deer hunting trip.

The hunters quickly become the hunted as the weekend break turns into the holiday from hell.

The dark comedy features Amit Shah (Crashing), Reece Shearsmith (Inside No. 9), Rufus Jones (W1A), and Stephen Campbell Moore (The History Boys), and is written and directed by BAFTA-winner Jim Field Smith (Episodes, The Wrong Mans).

 

Sunday

Churchill’s Secret

ITV

8pm

 

Harry Potter’s Michael Gambon stars as Winston Churchill in this adaption of Jonathan Smith’s novel.

In 1953 Millie Appleyard, a nurse, is summoned to a secret location to look after the elderly Prime Minister.

Churchill has suffered a stroke and is not expected to survive, however he struggles to balances his duties to his country with his duties to himself.

As his family gather by his bedside, long-buried tensions in the Churchill family begin to rear their head.

 

 

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