Mo Gilligan’s star-studded entertainment extravaganza is back with The Lateish Show. George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations takes us on a restoration journey. Follow a harrowing secret investigation into a human trafficking gang in Taken: Hunting the Sex Traffickers. Join Gordon Ramsay on a culinary expedition to extraordinary locations across the globe in Uncharted and Aisling Bea’s This Way Up continues.
The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan
Fridays at 10pm from 23rd July
Bigger, better and now BAFTA-winning, the critically acclaimed entertainment show returns for a supersized second series. Fronted by multi-award-winning comedy superstar Mo Gilligan, The Lateish Show puts the fun into Friday nights as Mo is joined in the studio by a dazzling array of famous faces from the worlds of entertainment, music and sport, plus house band The Compozers.
George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations
Wednesdays at 9pm from 21st July
Across Britain, more than 600,000 buildings lie unused and unloved, and nearly a third of them are commercial. In this brand new series, architect George Clarke meets the brave people taking on these ambitious projects, preserving our country's architecture by breathing new life into it.
Taken: Hunting the Sex Traffickers
Continues on Mondays at 9pm
For the first time, a dedicated covert police unit has allowed cameras to film a secret investigation into a human trafficking gang. This series - which was embedded with surveillance and undercover officers for three years - tracks an organised crime group as they traffic women from South America to work as prostitutes in UK brothels. Filmed in Brazil, the UK and Europe, the series provides a glimpse into a secret side of policing that we seldom see, and we meet the women who've been exploited to pay for the lavish lifestyle of the criminals who control them.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
Continues on Thursdays at 10pm
Gordon Ramsay journeys to some of the most incredible and remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration, epic adventures, and cultural experiences he will never forget. In the first episode, he embarks on a motorcycle to the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru to learn the secrets of high-altitude cooking.
This Way Up
Continues on Wednesdays at 10pm
Aisling Bea's pin-sharp, poignant, BAFTA-winning comedy-drama returns for a second series. With her student Etienne (Dorian Grover) heading to Paris, Aine's (Bea) excitement mounts as she prepares for a big date with his father, Richard (Tobias Menzies). Meanwhile, the new business that Aine's sister Shona (Sharon Horgan) set up with Charlotte (Indira Varma) gets off to an awkward start. Aine helps Shona to unpack at her massive new house outside London, but Shona struggles to feel at home without her fiancé Vish (Aasif Mandvi), who's away on business in New York.