Must see on Channel 4

Four-part drama, The Accident, starring Sarah Lancashire explores themes of blame, revenge, justice and responsibility. The British Tribe Next Door sees Scarlett Moffatt and her family plucked from the UK and transplanted into a replica of their terraced family home - slap bang in the middle of a Namibian tribal village. Celebrity Hunted returns for Stand Up To Cancer and E4 brings us reality royalty with Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two.

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The Accident

The Accident

Thursdays at 9pm 

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The Accident, written by Jack Thorne and starring Sarah Lancashire, is set in the fictional community of Glyngolau - a 'left behind' town in Wales. An explosion on the construction site of a much-needed and sought-after regeneration project claims the lives of several teenagers who have broken onto the building site to make mischief. One mother, Polly, directs her anger at the development's project's leader, but as grief gives way to anger, the community have to confront difficult truths amid the search for justice. The Accident explores themes of blame, revenge and justice and contentious questions of social, corporate and personal responsibility.

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The British Tribe Next Door

The British Tribe Next Door

Tuesdays at 9.15pm  

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In this ground-breaking new series, Scarlett Moffatt and her family are plucked from the UK and transplanted into a replica of their terraced family home - complete with running water, electricity and their possessions around them - slap bang in the middle of a Namibian tribal village. They'll be living in Otjeme village, home to 100 semi-nomadic Himba cattle herders who choose to live very traditional lives. In their first week, Scarlett is forced to emotionally confront her own insecurities. Kandisiko can't understand why Scarlett won't wear the traditional Himba dress, but for her it raises deep-rooted issues about body confidence and low self-esteem that come to the fore in a moving and intimate moment.

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Celebrity Hunted

Celebrity Hunted

Sundays at 9pm

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Channel 4's hit factual thriller Celebrity Hunted for Stand Up To Cancer returns for a third series as eight famous faces turn fugitive and attempt to evade capture for 14 days. Taking part are rugby legends Gavin Henson and Martin Offiah, chefs Aldo Zilli and Jean-Christophe Novelli, ex-Made in Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo and the Prime Minister's father Stanley Johnson, along with The Only Way Is Essex's Lydia Bright and Lucy Mecklenburgh. On their tails is an elite group of Hunters from the police and military intelligence, determined to track them all down.

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Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two

Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two

Mondays at 10pm

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Brand new series: reality royalty Spencer Matthews and his wife, presenter and model Vogue Williams, plan and throw a big London wedding for friends and family. Spencer and Vogue kick off the wedding plans by putting three different party planners through their paces. Vogue takes pal Millie Mackintosh and mum Sandra wedding dress shopping, and Spencer takes Theodore to baby sensory class, where he's convinced his son is a child genius.

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