Titled crime movies are nothing new on Fridays. Hide and seek (All4), however, has the distinction of being the first Ukrainian series to feature Walter gift Banner on Channel 4’s free streamer.
Award-winning when it was shown in its country in 2019, it stars Yuliya Abdel Fattakh and Vyacheslav Dovzhenko, who play the inappropriate (not always) detectives investigating the case. the disappearance of many young children in a dim industrial town. The familiar-sounding fare makes a profound change by the context.
Prepare to be tormented by the eight-part Hurricane Katrina drama Five Days at the Memorial (Apple TV+). Based on an actual book by New York Times Reporter Sheri Fink, it recounts what happened over a five-day period when thousands of people were trapped inside Memorial Medical Center without power.
Then there is a criminal investigation. Vera Farmiga leads the cast as Anna Pou, one of the doctors faced with the difficult decision of which patient to treat first.
The Covid-19 disruption has reduced the current season of The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick (Channel 4, 8 pm) only four episodes left.
In this final installment, Noel needed to find the right implant to repair the dislocated hip of his one-year-old golden retriever Bertie.
Season two of the often dark comedy and pushing the US envelope Ramy (Channel 4, 11.05pm & 11.40pm) arrived here three years after showing in the US.
Ramy (Ramy Youssef) is still trying to find enlightenment in New Jersey. Two-time Oscar winner Mahershala Ali joins the cast as Ramy’s new spirit guide.
If you don’t mind watching a channel, you can’t pause or record, The Good Life: Secrets and Scandals (Channel 5, 21h) features some delicious nuggets from behind the scenes of the beloved sitcom.
Who would have guessed that Richard Briers hated his character Tom and considered him “selfish,” or that Paul Eddington, who plays Jerry voting Tory but is left-leaning in real life, had to be convinced. bowing before the Queen when she attended the taping of an episode?
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By his own admission, Gary Numan’s hasty decision to retire in 1981 ruined his career. His return at Wembley Arena, the site of that early farewell, 40 years later is captured in the wonderful documentary Gary Numan Easter (Sky Arts, 9pm).
Dave Grohl, Hans Zimmer and Numan’s wife Gemma are among the contributors to a warm yet candid study of a unique artist.
Another musical memory marked in Bob Marley Reimagined (BBC2, 9pm), a tribute concert at City Hall, Birmingham, a venue where the great late musical first performed 50 years ago.
Recorded last month, it features grandsons Marley, Skip, Ruby Turner and JP Cooper, breathing fresh life into old favorites like Migration and This is Love.
Tonight is an opportunity to compare the travel games of celebrities now with how they were a few decades ago. New series Griff’s Canadian Adventure (Channel 4, 9 p.m.) shows the less grumpy side of Griff Rhys Jones as he frolics his way through the vast wilderness of the country.
Personally, I’m happier watching it Clive James: Postcards from Paris (BBC4, 10.35pm), premiered in 1989. He reunited with writers, actresses and models he knew when he first visited and fell in love with the city in the 1960s.
If you’re desperate with excitement about what’s to come Game of Thrones prequel Dragon’s House, will come next Sunday, Enter the dragon’s house (Sky Atlantic, 9 p.m.) features Sue Perkins sitting down with a fellow celebrity Okay Superfans you may have never heard of what can we expect.
If ever there was a title that did exactly what it said on tin, it had to be Marriage (BBC1, 9pm). This four-part series (episode two airs tomorrow) stars Sean Bean and Nicola Walker as suburban couple Ian and Emma, who have a habit of keeping their pain and disappointment private. their personnel.
Returning from vacation, they must adjust to the changes in their lives, including Ian becoming redundant and their daughter turning away from her new boyfriend. Expect a light-hearted story with Pinteresque pauses.
On a lighter note, The Adventures of Alan Carr with Agatha Christie (Above 4.9 p.m.) finds a likable comedian, an avid reader of Christie’s mysteries, landing a dream gig as he winds through key locations, including his home. the author’s vacation and the island that inspired And then there’s no one here.
President Joe Biden has come under a barrage of criticism for his troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, but as a two-part film Afghanistan: Get Out (BBC2, 9pm) shows that many previous administrations were frustrated in their efforts to end the war.
A very British torture (Channel l4, 10pm) reveals that Britain’s shameful campaign against the Tet Offensive in the 1950s was even more brutal than history books say.
There are many stories of colonial bloodshed in the second part of the excellent film India 1947: Colored partitions (Channel 4, 21h).
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