Highlights from UKTV this fortnight

A new UKTV original; Restoration Workshop arrives on Yesterday. My Life Is Murder keeps pulses racing, Sunday evenings, on Drama. Comedic royalty Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer go fishing in a hilarious new series on Dave. Meanwhile, the best cooking show on TV, MasterChef Australia, continues to serve up a storm on W.

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Restoration Workshop

Restoration Workshop

Thursdays at 8pm

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In this new UKTV Original series, antiques dealer and expert restorer Gary Wallis and his team of highly skilled crafts people turn the tired and unloved items into objects that will turn a large profit.

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My Life Is Murder

My Life Is Murder

Sundays at 9:20pm 

Drama

This exciting series follows the complex, contrary and compelling investigator Alexa Crowe (Lucy Lawless – Xena: Warrior Princess), who can’t help fighting the good fight – whether it’s solving murders or combating the small frustrations of everyday life. In each stand-alone episode, the fearless and unapologetic Alexa uses her unique skills and insights into the darker quirks of human nature to provoke, comfort and push the right buttons as she unravels the truth behind a raft of the most baffling of crimes.

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Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing 

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing 

Sundays at 8pm  

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Lifelong friends and comedic royalty Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer have more in common than just their love of laughter. In this funny and poignant six-part series, viewers eavesdrop on their expedition as they reconnect with each other and share their personal experiences of life, while testing the parameters of true friendship. They also fish and talk nonsense. A lot.

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MasterChef Australia 

MasterChef Australia  

Mondays at 7pm 

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The best cookery show on television continues, exclusively on W, as judges – Melissa Leong, Jock Zonfrillo and Andy Allen continue to challenge the returning contestants to their limits.

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