Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Must-See Shows

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Must-See Shows

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Ant & DEC'S SATURDAY NIGHT TAKEAWAY TONIGHT, ITV, 7PM THE latest run of the Geordie duo's entertainment show continues, as Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field join the pair for this year's first I'm A Celebrity Get Out of Me Ear.

Comedian Brendan O'Carroll, aka Agnes Brown of Mrs Brown's Boys, serves as this week's guest announcer, while Stephen Mulhern takes the boys back through time to Ancient Egypt in Ant Versus Dec.

Plus, there's the second instalment of The Missing Crown Jewel, in which Emilia Fox aims to get one step closer to identifying the famous thief, and Ant and Dec star in another End of the Show Show.

ROBOT WARS TOMORROW, BBC2, 7PM DARA O Briain and Angela Scanlon present the first group heat, with eight teams facing off through two group battles in the arena for a place in the grand final. A new twist sees random house robots sent to attack the competitors if they stray into the wrong part of the arena.

Jonathan Pearce is in the commentary box while Prof Noel Sharkey, Dr Lucy Rogers and Prof Sethu Vijayakumar judge the operators' skills and select a victor in any close-run clashes.

MUTINY MONDAY, CHANNEL 4, 9PM NINE men recreate a voyage by William Bligh in 1789, when he and his loyal crewmen crossed 4,000 miles of the Pacific Ocean from Tonga to Timor after being cast adrift from HMS Bounty by mutinying seamen and left for dead.

SAS: Who Dares Wins chief instructor Anthony Middleton is in charge of a crew of eight, attempting the journey in a replica 23ft open boat, with similar equipment and the same rations Bligh's men had.

Continues Tuesday.

INSIDE WINDSOR CASTLE TUESDAY, CHANNEL 5, 8PM THE Queen famously referred to 1992 as an 'annus horribilis' and with good reason - not only was it the year when her family was rocked by scandals, mostly involving the marriages of her children, but it also saw Windsor Castle being damaged by fire.

The last of the series takes us up to the blaze, but it begins 20 years earlier in happier circumstances as the monarch celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary. …

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