THE VOICE KIDS Tonight, ITV, 8pm
NEW series. Emma Willis returns with the junior version of the singing talent contest, giving youngsters between the ages of seven and 14 a chance to achieve stardom.
The Voice UK’s Will.i.am returns as one of the three coaches, with McFly’s Danny Jones and pop star Pixie Lott occupying the other two spinning red chairs.
Up for grabs this time is a £30,000 prize to contribute to the winning child’s musical education, along with a family holiday to Disneyland Paris.
WIMBLEDON 2018 Tomorrow, BBC1, 1.50pm
SUE Barker presents live coverage of the men’s singles final at the All England Club, as the 13th and final day of competition draws to a close on the famous grass courts.
All eyes will be on the hallowed turf of Centre Court, where this time 12 months ago it was Roger Federer who was celebrating. Federer’s straightsets win over Marin Cilic saw him win his 19th Grand Slam title, claiming a men’s record eighth Wimbledon title in the process.
NADIYA’S FAMILY FAVOURITES Monday, BBC2, 8pm
FORMER Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain shows how to create the perfect dishes to compliment any kind of day, and meets some of Britain’s most inspiring home cooks.
She begins by demonstrating recipes for family days out, including chai-spiced vermicelli, cheese biscuits with tomato jam, a filling samosa pie, as well as a prawn saffron biryani to come home to. Her quest to find the best homemade pasty in Britain takes her to
INSIDE FACEBOOK: SECRETS OF THE SOCIAL NETWORK Tuesday, Channel 4, 9pm
IT’S a sobering thought, but for a generation of kids born in the last decade or more, they will never have known a time when people didn’t spend hours clicking on animated GIFs posted by their friends, or spend hours more pressing ‘Like”.
Facebook is, of course, a phenomenon which has changed the way we get our news and snoop on our nearest and dearest. But who decides what can and cannot be posted on the world’s biggest social media site? Here’s a chance to find out in an investigation which looks at how those decisions are made. It also explores the impact that they have on the millions of people who use Facebook. After watching this, you may never look at that hugely addictive social media site in the same way again.
THIS IS US Wednesday, More4, 9pm
IN the US, this moving drama has been a huge hit – the episode Super Bowl Sunday was the most-watched scripted entertainment show to air on American TV in a decade.
If you want further proof of its success, check out the guest star in this edition as Kate visits Kevin on the set of his movie and meets one of his fellow actors, Sylvester Stallone, who appears as himself.
OUR SHIRLEY VALENTINE SUMMER Thursday, ITV, 9.30pm
THE play (and subsequent movie) Shirley Valentine told the story of a bored housewife who found a new lease of life when she went to Greece on holiday.
But could a trip to the Greek islands have a similar effect on a group of female celebrities who feel they have reached a crossroads in their own lives?
Melinda Messenger, Sian Lloyd, Nancy Dell’Olio, Aggie MacKenzie, Ninia Benjamin, Lizzie Cundy, Annabel Giles, and Ingrid Tarrant are all single and all have a personal goal in mind, whether it’s boosting their confidence, getting over a marriage breakdown or finding a new career. Some of them are also hoping to find love. But can they discover what they are looking for in the Greek islands.
SMASHING HITS! THE 80’S POP MAP OF BRITAIN & IRELAND Friday, BBC4, 10pm
THE fascinating series concludes with a look at the musical north-south divide that emerged in the 1980s.
Presenters Midge Ure and Kim Appleby discover that as dance music became more influential, London and Manchester battled it out to be Britain’s capital of pop. Interviewees include Shaun Ryder from The Happy Mondays and Peter Hook of New Order.
Emma Willis hosts The Voice Kids
Shaun Ryder talks 80s music