Get ready for a brilliant line up on Channel 4. School drama Ackley Bridge returns for another series, Richard Ayoade and famous faces solve puzzles in The Crystal Maze: Celebrity Special, summer is upon us and so is critically acclaimed Flowers, and go into the heart of the investigation with 24 Hours in Police Custody.
Tuesdays at 8pm
The acclaimed school drama series set in a Yorkshire mill town returns. Ackley Bridge explores modern Britain with irreverence, wit, close-to-the-knuckle humour, larger-than-life characters and big-hearted stories that affect the friendships, family life and relationships of teachers and pupils.
The Crystal Maze: Celebrity Special
Fridays at 9pm
Maze Master Richard Ayoade guides a glittering array of fearless famous faces through a plethora of brand new games in The Crystal Maze. Olympic legend Dame Kelly Holmes takes charge of grime MC Big Narstie, actress Jorgie Porter, internet superstar Alfie Deyes and fellow gold medallist Greg Rutherford in an action-packed journey to the Crystal Dome.
Weekdays at 10pm
The critically acclaimed comedy-drama unfurls for a second series, this time set in the bloom of summer. Will Sharpe's darkly imaginative, heartfelt and cinematic series sees the return of the well-meaning Deborah (Olivia Colman), her depressive husband Maurice (Julian Barratt), their maladjusted adult twin children Amy (Sophia Di Martino) and Donald (Daniel Rigby) and the rest of this dysfunctional ensemble, including the eternally optimistic Shun (played by Sharpe), the Japanese illustrator of Maurice's children's books who lodges with the family. Joining the cast is Harriet Walter as Hylda: an unconventional priest and former addict who is now Amy's girlfriend.
24 Hours in Police Custody
The Bafta Award-nominated series that follows Bedfordshire Police's detective work around the clock returns for a new run, starting with a special feature-length episode. Each episode takes viewers into the heart of a live police investigation, as police officers race against time to disentangle the evidence and build a case, which they then put to their suspects in interview.