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Our top TV picks on UK TV this week.

September 11, 2023
Our top TV picks on UK TV this week.

Get ready for an exhilarating week of television entertainment on UK TV, folks! From captivating culinary adventures to epic sports showdowns and heart-pounding reality TV, this week’s TV lineup offers something for everyone. Let us give you a compelling preview of these fantastic TV shows.

Susan Calman’s Grand Day Out on Channel 5, Monday, September 11 at 19:00 CEST.

Join the talented comedian as she embarks on a delightful journey through Shakespeare Country, making a pit stop at the awe-inspiring Warwick Castle. There, she dives into the ancient art of archery, uncovering her surprising talent. Susan’s adventure continues with a trip on the scenic River Avon before she and her trusty campervan, Helen, set off for Stratford-upon-Avon, forever linked with the legendary playwright and poet, William Shakespeare.

Football Scotland vs. England Friendly on Channel 4, Tuesday, September 12 at 20:00 CEST.

Brace yourselves for the 150th Anniversary Heritage Match at Hampden Park, where Scotland faces off against England (Kick-off at 7:45 pm). This historic football rivalry is the sport’s oldest international clash, and their last meeting in the Euro 2020 group stage ended in a gripping 0-0 draw. Scotland arguably had the upper hand that night, considering England’s home advantage at Wembley Stadium, but Gareth Southgate’s men ultimately advanced to the final stages. Presented by Jules Breach, with insightful analysis from Joe Cole, Jill Scott, and Graeme Souness.

Gordon, Gino and Fred’s Road Trip on ITV 2, Wednesday, September 13 at 22:00 CEST.

The dynamic trio, Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, and Fred Sirieix, embarks on an epic tour of Mexico in search of the world’s most scrumptious breakfast. From savouring a $777 burger in Las Vegas to racing to make the most fortune cookies in San Francisco, this culinary adventure promises big flavours and bigger laughs. Gordon Ramsay aims to prove that American cuisine truly lives up to its reputation as they journey from Nevada to Los Angeles, beginning with a spectacular helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. Their escapades include trout fishing in the Colorado River, wrangling cattle on horseback, and culminate in a fiery barbecue battle in Los Angeles.

My Mum, Your Dad on ITV1, Thursday, September 14 at 22:00 CEST.

In this intriguing reality show, more single parents join the retreat, and the kids have another opportunity to play matchmaker for their parents. Sparks fly between one couple, leading to emotional moments as they discover new sides to their parents. Meanwhile, another pair finds hope as one parent gains newfound confidence. As evening falls, surprises await, and feathers are sure to be ruffled. Davina McCall takes on the role of host, guiding us through the emotional rollercoaster.

MTV VMAs 2023 on Channel 5, Thursday, September 14 at 00:00 CEST.

Witness the biggest stars uniting for the annual ceremony, honouring the year’s best music videos and celebrating artists across genres like pop, rock, and hip-hop.

Women’s ODI Cricket on BBC Two, Friday, September 15 at 00:15 CEST.

Catch the highlights of women’s ODI cricket fixtures, featuring the third and final match of the series between England and Sri Lanka, taking place at Uptonsteel County Ground, Grace Road in Leicester.

Golf: PGA Championship on BBC Two, Saturday, September 16 at 19:15 CEST.

Enjoy the highlights of the European Tour event held at Wentworth. Eilidh Barbour presents the action from day three of this prestigious DP World Tour event, where adverse weather conditions added drama-live to last year’s tournament.

Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One, Saturday, September 16 at 19:35 CEST.

Get ready for a dazzling night as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcome 15 celebrities to the Strictly Ballroom. Judges Shirley Ballas, Anton Du Beke, Craig Revel Horwood, and Motsi Mabuse are all set to provide their expert critiques. The launch show features three epic routines, including a mesmerizing group number with the new cast and a special performance featuring all four judges. Plus, the reigning champions, Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal, make a triumphant return, and Jessie Ware graces the ballroom with one of her chart-topping hits.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Live on ITV1, Saturday, September 16 at 20:15 CEST.

Witness Ireland vs. Tonga in an exhilarating Pool B clash at Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes, France. While Ireland has secured victories in their previous encounters, the Tongans are eager to prove their improvement in this year’s tournament. Ireland aims to make their way into the knockout stage once again, while their opponents aspire to progress beyond the pool phase for the first time. Mark Pougatch hosts, with analysis from Brian O’Driscoll, Rory Best, and Bryan Habana, along with commentary by Miles Harrison and Gordon D’Arcy, and reports by Gabriel Clarke.

Athletics Diamond League on BBC Three, Saturday, September 16 at 21:00 CEST.

Dive into the action at the Prefontaine Classic, the 14th and final meeting of the campaign, held at Hayward Field in Oregon. Last year’s standout performances, including Jakob Ingebritsen’s record-breaking mile run and Michael Norman’s blazing 400m race, promise thrilling competition.

Antiques Roadshow on BBC One, Sunday, September 17 at 21:00 CEST.

Fiona Bruce brings you the show from Glasgow’s Pollok Park, unveiling remarkable finds such as a rare Victoria Cross medal awarded to a Sikh soldier in World War II, modern wooden sculptures discovered in a charity shop’s free bin, a painting by local artist Edward Atkinson Hornel, and a diamond necklace gifted by the last kaiser of Germany to a British governess.

The Woman in the Wall on BBC One, Sunday, September 17 at 22:00 CEST.

Dive into a gripping gothic detective story featuring Ruth Wilson and Daryl McCormack. As Lorna and Colman join forces, they uncover shocking revelations about Ireland’s darkest secrets. Information from Aoife and evidence from Father Percy’s murder case reveal a widespread system, while survivors receive life-changing news, leaving Lorna in fear of the consequences. Colman’s investigation leads to the discovery of an enemy among friends.

Next Level Chef on ITV 2, Sunday, September 17 at 12:35 CEST.

Gordon Ramsay, Paul Ainsworth, and Nyesha Arrington present this culinary challenge-live-live where a mix of home cooks and professional chefs compete in a three-story kitchen. In this episode, the remaining eight cooks take on seafood dishes, marking a shift away from working in teams.

World Series of Darts Finals on ITV 4, Sunday, September 17 at 13:00 CEST.

Jacqui Oatley hosts coverage of the quarterfinals on the third and final day, taking place at AFAS Arena in Amsterdam. Expert analysis and commentary come from Chris Mason, Alan Warriner-Little, Ned Boulting, Stuart Pyke, and John Rawling.

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