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David Tenant stars in four-part dark crime thriller, Deadwater Fell. SAS: Who Dares Wins continues with recruits fighting it out in the highlands of Scotland. Everyday meals are turned into extraordinary culinary creations in this magical new food competition, Crazy Delicious and home potters compete to become champion brand new series: The Great Pottery Throwdown over on More4.

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Deadwater Fell

Deadwater Fell

Fridays at 9pm 

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David Tennant, Cush Jumbo, Matthew McNulty and Anna Madeley star in Daisy Coulam's new four-part dark crime thriller. A house fire devastates a close-knit community, after a seemingly happy family die in the blaze. Further investigation reveals something more sinister and the villagers must pick through the ashes to find answers. Was it a tragic accident or something more troubling?

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SAS: Who Dares Wins

SAS: Who Dares Wins

Sundays at 9pm  

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Twenty-five men and women face an intense programme of physical and mental tests and challenges in the latest SAS: Who Dares Wins course, led by Chief Instructor Ant Middleton on a remote Scottish island. One among them is an undercover SAS operator, who left the division just over a year ago. He becomes a new member of the Directing Staff team but first he is placed undercover to feed them information from the inside. With a focus on maritime warfare and never-before-seen tasks, the recruits are put under extreme scrutiny by Ant and his team from the moment they arrive with extreme tasks and basic living standards. The recruits have to fall backwards from a ten-foot platform, get stranded in the Scottish Highlands at night, and assault a ship mid-ocean, climbing aboard using a special forces insertion technique. Will recruits stay to face their weaknesses and grow from them or will they leave the course?

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Crazy Delicious

Crazy Delicious

Tuesdays at 8pm

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Everyday meals are turned into extraordinary culinary creations in this magical new food competition. Bored by the same old dishes, renowned chefs and 'Gods of Food' Heston Blumenthal, Niklas Ekstedt and Carla Hall challenge the UK's most talented food lovers to produce remarkable meals that must impress with originality, visual flair and extraordinary flavours. Comedian and foodie Jayde Adams presents the series in which ingredients are picked, plucked and snipped from an enchanted garden on the world's first edible set, which contains edible blossom, chocolate soil and a drinkable babbling brook. Each week, three cooks compete to be awarded the Gods' golden apple and the knowledge that they've impressed three of the world's greatest chefs. Who will wow the Gods enough to win this week's golden apple?

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The Great Pottery Throwdown

The Great Pottery Throwdown

Wednesdays at 9pm

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Brand new series: Twelve of Britain's best home potters compete to become champion as Melanie Sykes hosts The Great Pottery Throw Down. Judges Keith Brymer Jones and Sue Pryke set the potters two challenges: to throw a breakfast set and then egg cups, as the battle of clay kicks off at the wheel. Who will be named potter of the week, and who will be first to leave the pottery?

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