The Voice UK welcomes fresh talent to the show - will the singers have what it takes to make an impression and stand out from the crowd or will they be sent home? The 25th anniversary of the National Television Awards pays homage to the brilliance of television. This winter the love-hungry singletons are on a mission to graft their way to a relationship in Love Island. The drama continues as new challenges are thrown their way making their quest for love an interesting journey. Life at White House Farm was thrown into disarray when a horrific murder took place in 1985. Will the case come any closer to finding out what really happened on the farm?
The Voice UK
Saturdays at 8:30pm
The talent series continues as Emma Willis presents the singing competition. The hopefuls will be giving it their all - but do any have what it takes to be a star? Meghan Trainor, will.i.am, Tom Jones and Olly Murs make up the judging panel as the blind auditions continue and a new group of wannabe stars sing to the back of the red chairs. Will anyone put in a performance that inspires a judge to spin tonight?
The National Television Awards 2020
Tuesday 28th at 7:30pm
David Walliams hosts the 25th anniversary of the awards ceremony as hundreds of stars from the small screen come together to celebrate British television. Broadcast live from the O2 in London, the evening features awards in 14 categories, all voted for by the British public. Who will take home the best presenter and best judge gongs, and which of the soaps will earn this year’s bragging rights?
Sunday - Friday at 9pm
The winter edition of everyone’s favourite dating show continues, with a gang of young singletons sharing a villa and looking for love in the South African sunshine. As the week progresses the flirting and shenanigans heat up, the contestants face up to the realities of more evictions. Who will be going home? On Monday, Laura Whitmore breaks down the best bits in Aftersun alongside celebrity guests.
White House Farm
Wednesdays at 9pm
The six-part drama telling the true story of a night in August 1985 when five members of the same family were murdered at an Essex farmhouse continues. Stan can’t hide his frustration as he struggles to make any headway with the funerals on the horizon. There are more questions than ever about what happened at the farm, but a vital witness comes forward, turning the case on its head...
You can watch the programme videos here.