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Our top TV picks on UK TV this week.

September 18, 2023
Our top TV picks on UK TV this week.

Get ready for an exciting week of television entertainment on UK TV! With thrilling sports events and heart-pounding reality TV, this week’s lineup has something for every viewer. Allow us to provide you with an enticing sneak peek of these incredible shows.

Come Dine with Me on Channel 4, Monday, September 18 at 16:35 CEST.

Prepare for an evening of culinary delight and heartwarming camaraderie as five Paralympic athletes take on the challenge-live-live of hosting dinner parties in “Come Dine with Me.” Witness dressage champion Natasha Baker, judoka Chris Skelley, sports presenter Arthur Williams, wheelchair basketball player Amy Conroy, and retired swimmer Liz Johnson showcase their culinary skills and engage in delightful banter. From mouthwatering dishes to unforgettable karaoke performances, this show promises a unique blend of competition and entertainment that will keep you hooked from start to finish.

My Mum, Your Dad on ITV1, Tuesday, September 19 at 22:00 CEST.

Relationships get a fresh and entertaining twist in “My Mum, Your Dad.” Join a group of parents as they open up about their past relationships, setting the stage for sparks to fly and tensions to rise at a school disco-themed party. The children play matchmakers, adding an adorable twist to the drama-live. But one dad’s indecision could lead to a double heartbreak. With twists and turns, this show offers a rollercoaster of emotions, making it a must-watch for anyone who loves a good mix of romance and family dynamics.

Susan Calman’s Grand Day Out on Channel 5, Wednesday, September 20 at 19:00 CEST.

Embark on an incredible road trip across the UK with the witty and adventurous Susan Calman in “Susan Calman’s Grand Day Out.” From the Scottish Glens to the picturesque New Forest, Susan’s journey is a visual feast filled with breathtaking landscapes and hidden gems. Explore ancient woodlands, unspoiled coastlines, and iconic landmarks like Stonehenge. Susan’s infectious enthusiasm and charm will leave you longing for your own grand adventure.

Hidden Wales with Will Millard on BBC Four, Thursday, September 21 at 21:00 CEST.

Join writer Will Millard on a historical journey through the hidden treasures of Wales in “Hidden Wales.” Uncover forgotten, secret, and rarely accessible locations, starting in the north of the country. From abandoned slate mines to concealed mansions, this show offers a captivating glimpse into Wales’ rich history and unique places. Will’s passion for storytelling and exploration makes this series a captivating and educational watch for history enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.

UEFA Women’s Nations League on ITV 4, Friday, September 22 at 20:00 CEST.

Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping match between England and Scotland in the inaugural UEFA Women’s Nations League. The action unfolds at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, promising intense competition and skillful play. With insightful analysis, commentary, and reports from top-notch sports experts, this event is a must-watch for football fans eager to witness the clash of these fierce rivals on the international stage.

Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One, Saturday, September 23 at 19:15 CEST.

The glamour and excitement of dance are back with the first live show of 2023 in “Strictly Come Dancing.” Enjoy a dazzling group performance by professional dancers and get ready for a night of spectacular choreography and impressive moves. Although there’s no public vote this week, the judges’ scores will set the stage for an exciting competition ahead. With lively hosts and an incredible lineup of celebrity dancers, this show promises to light up your Saturday night with entertainment and style.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Live on ITV1, Saturday, September 23 at 20:15 CEST.

Rugby enthusiasts, mark your calendars for the thrilling Rugby World Cup 2023. South Africa faces off against Ireland in what promises to be an epic showdown. As the holders and Six Nations Grand Slam champions, these two teams bring immense talent and determination to the field. With expert analysis, pitchside reports, and riveting commentary, this event is a must-watch for rugby fans looking for intense action and top-tier competition on the international stage. Don’t miss the chance to witness rugby history in the making.

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