Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Must-See Shows

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Must-See Shows

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THE VOICE KIDS FINAL TONIGHT, ITV, 8PM EMMA WILLIS presents the grand final of the junior version of the singing talent contest.

The Voice UK's returns as one of the four coaches, with McFly's Danny Jones and fellow pop stars Pixie Lott and Jessie J occupying the other spinning red chairs.

Up for grabs this time is a PS30,000 prize fund to contribute to the winning child's musical education, along with a family holiday to Universal Orlando Resort.

THE MISADVENTURES OF ROMESH RANGANATHAN TOMORROW, BBC2, 9PM SECOND run of the celebrity travelogue - in which the some of the most unlikely places on Earth for a holiday. Tonight, the host takes viewers on to Zimbabwe in the aftermath of Robert Mugabe's rule.

Chipo, a teacher who was born and raised in Harare, wants to show the intrepid Rom just what tourists have been missing and why Brits should be holidaying in her country once more.

LONG LOST FAMILY: WHAT HAPPENED NEXT MONDAY, ITV, 9PM DAVINA McCALL and Nicky Campbell revisit more of the programme's most memorable searches.

Those featured are Julie Roberts, who reunited with her birth mother Marion last year - leading to an incredible revelation. The second story follows Christina Barlow as she travels 5,000 miles to Colombia to spend time with the birth parents who gave her up in extreme circumstances, spending time with the siblings who never knew she existed.

Nicky and Davina INSIDE THE FACTORY TUESDAY, BBC2, 8PM GREGG WALLACE visits a cherry bakewell factory in Stoke on Trent that produces 250,000 tarts every day, and meets the team of 12 employed to precisely place the cherries on top by hand.

Cherry Healey learns the tricks of avoiding a soggy pastry bottom when baking at home, while historian Ruth Goodman discovers how the modern cherry bakewell recipe was arrived at by accident.

ANIMAL BABIES: FIRST YEAR ON EARTH WEDNESDAY, BBC2, 9PM FROM around three months old, our animal babies are all able to get around on their own, but the impact of their environment and the struggle to find food begin to hit home. …

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