What’s on Sky in the next fortnight

Gritty Italian crime Gomorrah returns, continuing the story of the brutal Neapolitan crime organisation. Catch all the highlights from the 2019 Isle of Wight Festival on Sky Arts. Warrior follows martial arts prodigy Ah Sahm as he moves to San Francisco and becomes a hatchet man for the most powerful tong in Chinatown. England battle it out against the West Indies in the Women’s T20 Cricket and photographers from all over Europe compete to win the title of Master of Photography.

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Gomorrah: Series 4

Gomorrah: Series 4

Wednesdaysat 9pm

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The critically-acclaimed Naples-set crime drama Gomorrah returns for its fourth season, picking up right where the cliffhanger left off, as a devastating event pulls Naples to the verge of all-out war. The only way crime boss Genny Savatano can maintain balance in the city is to let a new player enter the game – the Levante family, headed by Gerlando. The Levantes hold sway over the north of Naples and have infiltrated every institution there. But once balance in the city has been restored, Genny has one more surprise in store.

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Isle Of Wight Festival 2019

Isle Of Wight Festival 2019

From Friday 14th June

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If you love your rock and pop sounds, then tune in to this music festival at Seaclose Park in Newport. The 2019 event features a packed line-up of stellar talent, such as Noel Gallagher’s High-Flying Birds, George Ezra, Jess Glynn, Lily Allen, Anne-Marie, Keane, Garbage and Wet Wet Wet. The theme of this year’s festival is peace, love and the summer of ’69. So, as well as plenty of modern artists, expect some throwbacks. We’re talking Bob Dylan lookalikes, Beatles nostalgia and high-energy tribute bands.

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Warrior

Warrior

Premieres Tuesday 25th June at 9pm

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Time for a brand-new crime drama set during the brutal Tong Wars in the ruthless world of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 1800s. Inspired by the writings of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, this series recreates the brutal lives of rival families who
continually faced threat and danger from each other, the police, and also the overtly racist white working class people who felt threatened by their presence.

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Women’s T20 Cricket England v West Indies

Women’s T20 Cricket England v West Indies

Tuesday 18th June

As the Cricket World Cup continues, the summer of women’s sport also gathers pace as the current women’s cricket world champions England host the West Indies in the first of the Twenty20 Internationals, live from Northampton.

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Master Of Photography

Master Of Photography

Tuesdays at 8pm

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The first European TV show dedicated to the world of photography is back for a fourth season. Contestants from all over Europe, ranging from award-winning, published professionals to those for whom a career in photography is still just a dream, will have to prove to a jury of world-renowned photographers and experts that they have the creativity, instinct and versatility to win the final prize of € 100,000 and the coveted title of Master of Photography.

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