Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Must-See Shows

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Must-See Shows

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THROUGH THE KEYHOLE Tonight, ITV, 9.30pm RADIO DJ and TV presenter Marvin Humes, Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway, and 8 Out of 10 Cats host and comedian Jimmy Carr form the panel this time, as Keith Lemon is given another chance to rummage around the homes of three more mystery celebrities.

As he tours the properties, he points out items and features that might offer clues to the owners' identity, and challenges the studio panel and viewers at home to come up with the right answer to the question, 'who habitates in a house like this?'.

Homeland Tomorrow, Channel4, 9pm THE espionage drama returns, picking up events several months after the climax of season five, which saw a terrorist attack in Berlin being thwarted, and follows the characters through the handover process following a presidential election.

Carrie returns to the US with Franny to work with a foundation that provides aid to the Muslim community. Dar and Saul brief the newly elected President as the process of transferring power gets under way, and we find out the fate of Peter Quinn.

WINTERWATCH 2017 Monday, BBC2, 8pm CHRIS PACKHAM, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games return to RSPB Arne in Dorset as they present from their base on Poole Harbour - officially the most biodiverse region in the UK, with more species of animals and plants within 10 miles of Wareham than anywhere else in the country.

Gillian Burke examines military pillboxes in Studland to explore the lives of hibernating butterflies in winter, while Martin tries to understand the harbour's appeal for waders, particularly avocets, and has an incredible revelation.

FURTHER BACK IN TIME FOR DINNER Tuesday, BBC2, 9pm THE Robshaw family experience life at the turn of the 20th century, and discover how the food people ate and the way they consumed it helped shape the modern family.

A house in South London will be their time machine, transporting them through five decades and two world wars.

Guided by presenters Giles Coren and social historian Polly Russell, they'll trace the changes to Britain's diet and the social transformation they reveal. …

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