From Friday 30 October, Disney+
The mysterious Mandalorian and his tiny companion The Baby – higher identified by his web nickname Baby Yoda – return for one more sequence of adventures on this Star Wars spin-off. Particulars have been stored secret, however we do know that Boba Fett from the unique movie trilogy will make his first on-screen look since a 2012 episode of the animated Clone Wars sequence.
Spitting Picture: US Election Particular
Saturday 31 October, 10pm, ITV/BritBox
Donald Trump and Joe Biden go face to face in the US election on Tuesday, however not earlier than their satirical puppet iterations make their debut on ITV. The Spitting Image creator Roger Legislation says its Halloween transmission date is “very acceptable”, so we will presume that neither candidate shall be let off flippantly.
Don’t Rock the Boat
Monday 2 November, 9pm, ITV
Is there something that celebrities is not going to do within the identify of leisure (and a hefty pay cheque)? Not if this new endurance check is something to go by. Introduced by Freddie Flintoff and AJ Odudu, it includes the likes of BBC 6 Music DJ and actor Craig Charles, singer Fleur East and former Love Island contestant Jack Fincham taking to the ocean to row the size of Britain. There are some sudden faces becoming a member of the truth TV cohort too, with retired bicycle owner Victoria Pendleton and former Labour MP Tom Watson additionally donning wetsuits.
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Monday 2 November, 9pm, BBC 4
Scorching on the heels of Alan Bennett’s critically acclaimed revival of Talking Heads, this new collection of monologues tells the tales of six British disabled individuals. Totally fictional however based mostly on analysis and real-life anecdotes, the 15-minute episodes are led by disabled actors together with Mat Fraser, Liz Carr and Ruth Madeley.
Aung San Suu Kyi: The Fall of an Icon
Tuesday three November, 9pm, BBC Two
Aung San Suu Kyi, who was awarded the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize for her “non-violent battle for democracy and human rights” in Myanmar, has since been shunned for her half within the nation’s alleged genocidal campaign against Rohingya Muslims. This documentary charts the chief’s astounding profession, from beloved politician to worldwide pariah.
Educating Better Manchester
Tuesday three November, 9.15pm, Channel four
Harrop Fold School in Salford as soon as once more turns into the topic of Channel four’s Educating sequence, three years after cameras first arrange store in its lecture rooms. In addition to catching up with acquainted faces, together with 12 months 10 pupil Vincent, who insists that his cheeky-chappy days are behind him, we additionally meet the incumbent 12 months 7s, whom lecturers have dubbed the naughtiest yr group the varsity has ever seen.
Youngsters in Want: 40 Fabulous Years
Wednesday four November, 8pm, BBC One
Ade Adepitan presents this historic look again at Children in Need’s most joyous, momentous and poignant moments from the previous 40 years. Launched in 1980, the annual telethon has raised greater than £1bn to assist deprived younger individuals throughout Britain. How? A beloved yellow bear, a raft of charity singles and countless superstar variations of the nation’s favorite tv programmes.
Life & Rhymes
Wednesday four November, 10pm, Sky Arts
Who higher than Benjamin Zephaniah to current this new sequence showcasing the perfect spoken phrase artists from across the nation? Consider it as Later With Jools Holland, however with extra poetry and fewer Jools Holland. The primary episode options performances from Child Anansi, Molly Case, Charles T Dale, Samira Rhymes and Simeon Farrar.
Being Frank: The Frank Gardner Story
Thursday 5 November, 9pm, BBC Two
Whereas reporting on the rise in terrorism in Saudi Arabia in 2004, the BBC’s security correspondent, Frank Gardner, was shot by al-Qaeda gunmen and left paralysed from the waist down. On this eye-opening and candid documentary, Gardner – who says he nonetheless hasn’t obtained used to being disabled – explores what it’s prefer to develop into a wheelchair person in a single day, and meets those that have survived related traumas.
Thursday 5 November, 10pm, Channel four
This sitcom a couple of washed-up pop star attempting to relive his boyband heyday is quite blue (pun very a lot supposed). As soon as a tabloid favorite, Maxxx (performed by The Handmaid’s Story’s OT Fagbenle) spends most of his time attempting to draw the eye of his now super-famous ex-girlfriend and explaining that, no, truly he’s not useless. Impolite, humorous and harsh, this sequence pulls no punches with regards to behind-the-scenes skulduggery within the music business.
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