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Get your watchlist ready: here are the best TV Shows on UK TV next week!

May 4, 2023
Get your watchlist ready: here are the best TV Shows on UK TV next week!

Get set for a fantastic week ahead, packed with some of the year’s most anticipated events! From the long-awaited Coronation ceremony and concert to the thrilling Eurovision Song Contest 2023, there’s no shortage of exciting TV shows that you won’t want to miss out on! So, buckle up and prepare to be entertained!

This weekend kicks off with the Coronation ceremony, which will be broadcast on Saturday, the 6th of May on BBC One, at 9:30 CET. As the first coronation in over 70 years, this event is set to capture the attention of the whole world. King Charles III’s Coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey in London. Tune in to Watch the Coronation live on and be part of a shared experience that unites people from all walks of life.

Saturday’s movie pick is Pride and Prejudice (2005), on BBC Two at 18:20 CET. Starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen, this film captures the passion and tension that make Austen’s classic love story so enduring. See the Top 10 must-watch film adaptations of Jane Austen’s timeless novels.

Antiques Roadshow will feature a special Coronation episode this Sunday, on BBC One at 21:00. In honor of King Charles’ coronation, this particular episode of the program delves into the archives to commemorate objects associated with the monarchy. Fiona Bruce is fascinated by a set of coronation mementos from previous eras that have been conserved in the Museum of Brands, while Serhat Ahmet, a specialist in ceramics, shares insights on the most valuable coronation memorabilia.

The Coronation Concert will be held on Sunday, the 7th of May at 22:00 CET, on BBC One, where you can watch Katy Perry, Take That, Lionel Richie, Andrea Bocelli, and many more perform in front of an audience of 20,000 people. Featuring a 70-member orchestra, together-live with a series of exclusive visual spectacles, including drones and lasers illuminating the country’s most renowned landmarks in “Lighting Up the Nation,” and Gareth Malone leading a choir of 300 voices in a performance for the King and Queen during the coronation festivities, the Coronation Concert is not to be missed!

David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II Oceans of Wonder nature documentary series is airing on BBC Two, on Monday, the 8th of May, at 21:00 CET. Experience firsthand video footage of marine creatures living in various habitats across the globe, traveling from the scorching hot tropical regions to the icy polar caps, and even venturing into uncharted depths to uncover previously unknown environments and extraordinary animal behaviors never witnessed before.

This year’s Eurovision kickoff is on Monday, the 8th of May, at 20:30 CET. Rylan and Sunetra Sarker present highlights from Eurovision’s Turquoise Carpet event in Liverpool, while Alesha Dixon, Hannah Waddingham, and Julia Sanina prepare for their semi-final hosting debut. The show also includes a performance from Ukrainian winner Jamala and British artist Birdy, as well as a special appearance by Conchita accompanied by a drone display. Pop star Zara Larsson joins Cream Classical to close the show, while Ricky Tomlinson and Shirley Ballas pay homage to Liverpool. The first Semi-final will be on Tuesday, May 9th at 22:00 CET. All Eurovision shows will be airing on BBC One. See the official roundup with all 37 songs participating in this year’s contest.

The One Show will feature a special Eurovision episode on Wednesday, the 10th of May, at 21:00 CET, on BBC One, where Alex Jones and Ronan Keating are reporting live from Liverpool with the most recent updates on Eurovision.

You can watch a rerun of Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars on Thursday, May 11, at 01:40 CET on BBC One. In his quest to find the UK’s most innovative and captivating food and drink start-ups, Gordon Ramsay summons the entrepreneurs to the Fish Society in Surrey, where he challenge-live-lives them to expertly de-shell lobster, one of the priciest menu items. After this, he places them in charge of his upscale Mayfair eatery, Lucky Cat. As guests anticipate exceptional cuisine and service, Ramsay’s reputation is at stake, and he demands that they match his own exceedingly high expectations.

Visit our UK TV Highlights page to see the lineup for next week’s most amazing TV shows and stay tuned for more weekly updates on our blog.

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