Girls’ night in… and out

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1 Chil­dren In Need FRI­DAY, BBC ONE, 7PM

The an­nual night of frolics and fun for char­ity re­turns and this year the bar is set high, aim­ing to beat last year’s in­cred­i­ble to­tal of £60 mil­lion. Gra­ham Nor­ton will play host, with help from Tess Daly, Mel Giedroyc, Marvin and Rochelle Humes and Ade Ade­pitan. The line-up of guests is still un­der wraps as we go to press, but will fea­ture Strictly’s Craig Revel Hor­wood, dragged up as Miss Han­ni­gan from the mu­si­cal An­nie, with Rita Ora, Bev­er­ley Knight, Am­ber Ri­ley and Cas­sidy Jan­son as Lead­ing Ladies. Have your tis­sues on hand, as the pro­gramme also in­cludes the heart-rend­ing sto­ries of chil­dren who are helped by the mil­lions that roll in ev­ery year – lit­tle ones who face chal­lenges, or are the vic­tims of abuse or ne­glect.

2 I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! SUN­DAY, ITV, 9PM

Get ready for rum­bles in the jun­gle as the show that takes celebri­ties out of their com­fort zone is back for more tests of strength and en­durance. It’s a wel­come re­turn for Ant McPartlin, who will be join­ing pal Dec Don­nelly as they put the fa­mous faces through their paces – in­clud­ing the dreaded Bush­tucker Tri­als.

3 Jo Brand’s Cats & Kit­tens TUES­DAY, CHAN­NEL 5, 8PM NEW SE­RIES

Fe­line fa­natic Jo Brand hosts this new show cel­e­brat­ing the na­tion’s mog­gies. Jo vis­its one of the UK’s busiest an­i­mal hos­pi­tals, and meets cats res­cued from dan­ger who’ve kept all their nine lives. She also re­veals the sci­ence be­hind what makes your kitty tick…

4 Un­ex­pected MON­DAY, TLC, 10PM NEW SE­RIES

This tense new six-part se­ries fol­lows three grand­mas-tobe, who have been shocked to dis­cover their teenage chil­dren have an­nounced there’s a baby on the way. All for­mer teen mums them­selves, they must step in to try to pass on their hard-won wis­dom.


Our favourite gang­sters are back, headed up by Cil­lian Mur­phy’s Tommy Shelby. And sea­son four, which takes it all back to the mean streets of Birm­ing­ham with a truly spec­tac­u­lar turf war, prom­ises to be epic. He­len McCrory (Aunt Polly) prom­ises, ‘These peo­ple are fight­ing for their lives. Noth­ing is safe.’

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