What you’ll be watching in the weeks ahead...
HIt’s time to vote for The National Television Awards. The event is hosted by Dermot O’Leary live on ITV on 22 January, and one of the night’s biggest battles will see Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer and Doctor Who’s Jodie Whittaker (both inset) go head-to head for Best Drama Performance, with fierce competition from Cillian
Blinders) and Richard
Island is up against Ant &
Night Takeaway and
I’m a CelebrityÉ in
The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment
Award. Vote free at nationaltvawards. com or call 0905
647 2019 (calls cost 25p per min plus networkaccess charge).
Voting closes at noon on 22 January.
Winterwatch returns to BBC2 with Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan in the chilly Cairngorms National Park. They’ll be exploring how the likes of red squirrels, pine martens and golden eagles survive there in Winter.
DS Endeavour Morse will be sporting a moustache when the new series of Endeavour begins on ITV.It’s 1969 and Morse (Shaun Evans) is facing up to life in a new police station and coming to terms with the tragic murder of DC George Fancy…
Martin Clunes is jetting stateside for his new four-part ITV series, Islands of America. TheDoc Martin actor starts in the lush tropics of Hawaii, home to Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes.