What’s on TV tonight: Man City v Real Madrid, Noughts + Crosses and more

Tuesday 26 April Football: Man City v Real MadridTue, BT Sport 2, 7pmHaving seen off Atlético Madrid in the quarter-final, Manchester City now turn their attentions to Real Madrid in this must-watch Champions League semi-final first leg at the Etihad... Read more

Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist, review: trashy true crime that glamourises the idiots who got caught

Have you ever wanted to carry out a burglary in an exclusive suburb of Los Angeles County? Channel 4 can help!“You wanna break into a celebrity home? Here’s how you do it,” explained Nick Prugo in Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist,... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist, Piers Morgan and Donald Trump, and more

Football: Man City v Real MadridTue, BT Sport 2, 7pmHaving seen off Atlético Madrid in the quarter-final, Manchester City now turn their attentions to Real Madrid in this must-watch Champions League semi-final first leg at the Etihad Stadium (kick-off 8pm).... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Rugby Union: England v Ireland, Our Changing Planet, Grace and more

Sunday 24 April Rugby Union: England v IrelandBBC Two, 11.45amEngland, one eye firmly on October’s World Cup, have been imperious so far as they bid for their third successive Women’s Six Nations Grand Slam. Ireland recovered from defeats to Wales... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Snooker World Championship, Killing Eve, Britain’s Got Talent and more

Saturday 23 April Snooker World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office,... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: The Rising, Earth Day, Heartstopper and more

Snooker: World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office, 6pm“This is not... Read more

Chivalry, review: Steve Coogan stars as sleazeball in smart satire on Hollywood and sexual politics

Steve Coogan is very good at playing a middle-aged man nervously navigating the new “woke” landscape while desperate to sleep with women half his age. In Chivalry (Channel 4), he is Cameron O’Neill, a Hollywood producer facing up to life... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Chivalry, The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe: The Real Story, and more

Snooker: World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office, 6pm“This is not... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Inside No 9, Russian Doll, and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Inside No 9, Russian Doll, and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Life After Life, Better Call Saul, The Lost Leonardo and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Yorkshire Midwives on Call, House of Maxwell, and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe, Michael Ball: Showtime, Doctor Who and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Football: FA Cup semi-finals, Britain’s Got Talent, and more

Easter Saturday (16 April)  Football: FA Cup semi-finalsSat/Sun, BBC One/ITVThe two best football teams on the planet meet for the second weekend in a row after last Sunday’s epic Premier League showdown between Manchester City and Liverpool, this time in... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Dinosaurs: The Final Day with David Attenborough, Anatomy of a Scandal & more

Football: FA Cup semi-finalsSat/Sun, BBC One/ITVThe two best football teams on the planet meet for the second weekend in a row after last Sunday’s epic Premier League showdown between Manchester City and Liverpool, this time in an FA Cup semi-final... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, and more

Dinosaurs: The Final Day with David AttenboroughBBC One, 6.30pmIt’s a red-letter day when David Attenborough wants to tell us something new about the natural world. This 90-minute documentary explores the day an asteroid hit the Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs.... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, and more

Dinosaurs: The Final Day with David AttenboroughBBC One, 6.30pmIt’s a red-letter day when David Attenborough wants to tell us something new about the natural world. This 90-minute documentary explores the day an asteroid hit the Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs.... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Gazza, Our Great National Parks and more

Wednesday 13 April GazzaBBC Two, 9pmEngland manager Bobby Robson described him as “daft as a brush”, but Paul Gascoigne’s footballing brain was magnificent, conjuring goals out of nowhere with a quick turn of pace and showy ball skills. His sporting... Read more

Derry Girls, series 3 episode 1 review: sweetly nostalgic Nineties sitcom is Channel 4’s pride and joy

This review contains spoilers Listen to the current outpouring of grief over the privatisation of Channel 4 and you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a broadcaster of wall-to-wall quality, rather than the one responsible for Naked Attraction and Katie... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Julia, Hard Cell, Compulsion and more

GazzaBBC Two, 9pmEngland manager Bobby Robson described him as “daft as a brush”, but Paul Gascoigne’s footballing brain was magnificent, conjuring goals out of nowhere with a quick turn of pace and showy ball skills. His sporting acuity, however, was... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing, House of Maxwell, and more

GazzaBBC Two, 9pmEngland manager Bobby Robson described him as “daft as a brush”, but Paul Gascoigne’s footballing brain was magnificent, conjuring goals out of nowhere with a quick turn of pace and showy ball skills. His sporting acuity, however, was... Read more

The Cane Field Killings, review: unambitious police procedural plods along

Back in the present, Reyka is struggling to crack the murder of a woman dismembered in a sugar cane field – on land disputed by black villagers and a white landowner. Overwhelmed by the pressures of work and motherhood, she... Read more

Step aside Chippendales! How SAS: Who Dares Wins got sassy

It found its feet in the second half, though. The new chief instructor Rudy Reyes, scowling over his shemagh scarf like a jacked Lawrence of Arabia, was a serviceable replacement for the now-disgraced Ant Middleton. But it was the interplay... Read more

Step aside Chippendales! How the SAS got sassy

It found its feet in the second half, though. The new chief instructor Rudy Reyes, scowling over his shemagh scarf like a jacked Lawrence of Arabia, was a serviceable replacement for the now-disgraced Ant Middleton. But it was the interplay... Read more

How Channel 4 lost its way

For two decades, Channel 4 was the most exciting thing on British TV. Launched under Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government 40 years ago as a commercially-funded, publicly-owned alternative to the BBC, it introduced us to Football Italia, gave us such pioneering,... Read more