Your Essential Guide to the Very Best Shows of the Week

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Your Essential Guide to the Very Best Shows of the Week


SUNDAY SPORT Live World Grand Prix Darts Sky Sports 3, 7pm Holland's Michael van Gerwen defends his title as the tournament begins at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin.

ENTERTAINMENT Strictly Come Dancing: The Results BBC1, 7.15pm The name of the first celebrity Licence dancer to leave this year's competition is revealed.

MOTORING Licence To Thrill - Paul Hollywood Meets Aston Martin BBC2, 8pm The Bake Off judge and Aston Martin fan jumps at the chance to drive James Bond's new car.

To Thrill Sunday MONDAY PROFILE Rooney: The Man Behind The Goals BBC1, 9pm Gary Lineker meets Wayne Rooney and his family in a bid to find out what makes England's captain tick.

HISTORY The Celts: Blood, Iron, And Sacrifice With Alice Roberts And Neil Oliver BBC2, 9pm In this new series, the anthropologist and the archaeologist team up to profile the ancient civilisation.

DRAMA Doc Martin ITV, 9pm Martin Clunes's Men Behaving Badly partner Caroline Quentin gueststars as a vet.

DOCUMENTARY Science In A Golden Age Al Jazeera, 11.30pm Physicist Jim Al-Khalili links modern-day science with that of the past.

TUESDAY ART Landscape Artist Of The Year Sky Arts, 8pm Joan Bakewell and Frank Skinner launch the search for Britain's most talented landscape painter.

DRAMA Lewis ITV, 9pm The seasoned sleuth returns to tackle a case involving a body found in a well.

DRAMA Empire E4, 9pm Terrence Howard is back as music mogul Lucious Lyon who is now behind bars.

REALITY Close To The Edge BBC4, 10pm New scripted docusoap charting the lives of a group of sixtysomething friends.

COMEDY Glitchy ITV2, 10pm Ryan Sampson tries to persuade unsuspecting folk to take part in fake reality shows in this new series.

COMEDY DRAMA Battle Creek Universal, 10pm New US show with Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters as warring lawmen.

SITCOM Together BBC3, 10.30pm Promising sitcom written by and starring Jonny Sweet about young people tentatively embarking on a new relationship.

SITCOM The Job Lot ITV2, 10.30pm A new run of the sitcom set in a job centre begins with Karl trying to prove he would make a good father.

WEDNESDAY FOOD The Great British Bake Off: The Final BBC1, 8pm Only three bakers remain - but which of them will be crowned the winner? …

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