Highlights from UKTV this fortnight

Emma Willis returns to life as a Maternity Care Assistant in Emma Willis: Delivering babies on W; Mel Giedroyc is digging for dirt in the new series of Unforgivable on Dave; highly acclaimed thriller, The Missing, is showing on Drama; and My Life is Murder continues on Alibi.

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Emma Willis: Delivering Babies

Emma Willis: Delivering Babies

Thursdays at 8pm

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After a three-year break due to the pandemic, Emma Willis returns to life as a Maternity Care Assistant at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Essex. Her work here sees her living out her childhood dream, following in her mum’s footsteps who also worked as an MCA. Alongside colleagues old and new, Emma will be assisting in high-risk caesareans, vaginal births and working on the antenatal and postnatal wards to care for new mums and their babies.

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Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable

Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable

Tuesdays at 10pm

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Mel Giedroyc and her dishonourable assistant Lou Sanders are back and on hand to dredge up all the sordid details from the stories that still keep their celebrity guests awake at night and make sure that no stone is left unturned.

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The Missing

The Missing

Saturday 17th at 9pm (Box set available on UKTV Play)

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Tense relationship thriller starring James Nesbitt, Frances O’Connor and Jason Flemyng about the emotional fallout of a child's abduction.

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My Life is Murder

My Life is Muder

Wednesdays at 10pm

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Ex-cop Alexa Crowe returns to her New Zealand roots with her partner-in-crime-solving, but she must face her past for a true fresh start.

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