Eurovision comes to the UK for the first time in 25 years, the Queer Eye team travel to New Orleans, and Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson is on a journey of his own as he seeks a late ADHD diagnosis.
Sam Thompson: Is This ADHD?
Channel 4, 9.00pm
Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson has spent most of his life forgetting appointments, losing car keys and having an inordinate amount of energy. After years of friends, girlfriends and family suggesting he shows signs of ADHD, Thompson has decided to seek a diagnosis.
In this 60 minute documentary, Thompson will find out more about neurodivergence, late diagnosis, and whether medication could impact the creative personality he has gained recognition for.
Channel 4, 9.00pm
Within the next decade, the number of young people in care will raise to 100,000. Across three episodes, this documentary will follow six Coventry teenagers as they prepare to leave the care system.
Among them is Annabelle, who is 19 years old and pregnant but determined to break the cycle that landed her in care. 16 year old Havana is taking on her first tenancy, and Kane wants to move near his birth mother but will have to discover why he was removed from her in the first place.
Queer Eye S7
The Fab Five are taking their talents to New Orleans where they will be giving seven lucky residents the ultimate makeover, which focuses on the inside as much as it does on the outside.
Jonathan Van Ness will give them a hair transformation, whilst Bobby Berk gives their flat a facelift, Tan France redesigns their wardrobe, Antoni Porowski teaches them personalised manageable recipes, and Karamo Brown explores what made them need the Fab Five’s help to begin with.
I Kissed A Boy
BBC Three, 6.00am
The UKs first ever LGBTQ+ dating show sees 10 single queer men journey to Italy to find love. All 10 hopefuls have been matched into their initial partnerships by Dannii Minogue and will greet their potential future boyfriends with a kiss.
Across the series the contestants will have the chance to stay in their current relationships, or to save their kiss for someone else and switch to a new partnership in regular “kiss offs.” Amongst the contestants is an ex-Mormon who will be experiencing his first kiss under the watchful eye of Danni Minogue, a collection of students, and a scaffolder/tarmacker who owns his own cocktail van. Meet the hopeful singles here.
Eurovision Song Contest 2023: Grand Final
BBC One, 8.00pm
Move over Glastonbury, Eurovision is now the biggest musical event taking place in England this year. Representatives from 37 nations have journeyed to Liverpool and will sing it out in extravagant outfits, all for the honour of Eurovision being hosted in their country for 2024.
With the UK coming so close to their big win last year, let’s hope Mae Muller’s I Wrote a Song can bring Eurovision to Britain two years in a row.
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