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TV stasera: Stacey Dooley goes on a genetic quest

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The ubiquitous Stacey Dooley returns with a series in which she meets people who want answers about their genetics. She is assisted by the geneticist Prof Turi King, social workers and doctors, and DNA technology is u...

TV stasera: is this the most picturesque motorway services in the UK?

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We’re back at the picturesque Tebay motorway services, following the food suppliers who have turned the pit stop into a haven for organic produce. The second season kicks off as dairy farmer James Hadwin tries to get ...

TV stasera: Ellie Simmonds investigates the drug that could end dwarfism

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“I’m pretty much against it,” Olympian swimmer Ellie Simmonds says at the start of this documentary exploring vosoritide, a drug that promises to make children with dwarfism grow closer to average height. “Is it chang...

TV stasera: exposing the scandals that felled Robert Maxwell and his daughter Ghislaine

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This riveting documentary about one of the media world’s most scandalous family sagas opens with footage of the yacht that newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell was holidaying on when he suddenly disappeared while facing hu...

TV stasera: was Mary Whitehouse right?

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This well-rounded two-part documentary revisits the legacy of Mary Whitehouse – or “the avenging angel of middle England”, according to author Ben Thompson – and her 30-year campaign to save our nation’s moral health....

TV stasera: controversial Falklands war gravely revisited to mark anniversary

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Considering the state of the world, revisiting the Falklands war might feel badly timed, but this documentary is to mark the 40th anniversary of the biggest amphibious operation the UK had undertaken since D-day. Il ...

TV stasera: secret KGB files revealed in timely Chernobyl documentary

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Here’s the second big Chernobyl documentary to air over recent weeks (see also Sky’s Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes). The world’s largest nuclear disaster to date is understandably an endless source of fascination – but Ru...

TV stasera: confronting the anti-vaxxers in Africa

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About 132m Covid vaccinations were administered across the UK in 2021 solo, but this documentary reports that just 200,000 people are now fully vaccinated in South Sudan. Infatti, most people in Africa haven’t even h...

TV stasera: Joanna Lumley is whisked away to Rome by a handsome stranger

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Dragging her suitcase along a cobbled ancient road, it doesn’t take long for a handsome stranger to pick Lumley up on his Vespa and whisk her away to Rome for a few days (“Fantastica!” she yells as they speed off). On...

TV stasera: Derry Girls’ Lisa McGee and Saoirse-Monica Jackson team up again

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Following on from CripTales and Soon Gone, this thoughtful and compelling collection of 15-minute monologues showcases eight writers with lived experiences of poverty. Questa sera, we see the first four, written by Lisa M...

TV stasera: Steve Jones launches a property show with a twist

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“Our homes are no longer just an end-of-day destination.” Never has a truer word been said, as Steve Jones whisks off four blindfolded couples in a black van and takes them to various dream homes across the UK for thi...

TV stasera: why PC Andrew Harper’s widow is fighting for justice

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A difficult story to recount and one that is an unending nightmare for his family, this documentary explores the 2019 case of PC Andrew Harper – who, after getting his foot caught in a rope attached to a stolen car wh...

TV stasera: Graham Norton pens an unusually jolly and thoughtful crime story

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Adapted from Graham Norton’s bestselling novel of the same name, his cracking Irish humour courses through this four-part drama (“We’re meant to be colourful Cork!” an outraged shopkeeper complains to downbeat Sgt PJ ...

TV stasera: a wild finale for retro crime caper The Curse

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It’s the final episode of this surprise retro crime caper hit. The gang can feel “a noose tightening around our necks”, as the police are watching the cafe day and night and offering a reward to anyone with informatio...

TV stasera: Grantchester is back with another whodunnit to solve

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Still going strong seven seasons in, the detective period drama is on the brink of the swinging 60s. But first: another whodunnit. Questa volta, Lord Edmund Fitzgerald is found dead as a doornail in the grounds of a crum...

TV stasera: Elena Ferrante beautifully unpacks friendship, class and privilege

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The quietly beautiful adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s bestselling Neapolitan novels reaches the third book of the series. Now reflecting on their friendship in 70s Italy, Lenù is a rising literary star and engaged to a...

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