WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our beam to the must-see shows…
NEW! Prince Harry and Meghan: Truly, Madly, Deeply, 9pm, ITV
It seems TV channels are as spooky with the hottest couple in town, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (above), as we are, given here’s another programme dedicated to the stately romance.
This documentary looks at the story of their attribute as good as revelation Meghan’s story.
There’s no doubt she’s beautiful, intelligent and talented, but this show digs deeper into her background, which reveals jobs as a briefcase girl on the US chronicle of Deal Or No Deal and as a calligrapher who wrote the matrimony invitations for Robin Thicke’s matrimony to Paula Patton.
It also asks what a probable rendezvous between a renouned – and divorced – US singer and an ex-soldier king says about the complicated monarchy.
Here’s what we’re failing to know, though: are Meghan and Kate BFFs?
Nigella: At My Table, 8.30pm, BBC Two
Co-star of this series, Nigella’s salsa robe is back for a bit of weekend waffling.
Delicious as the special-treat brekkie looks, Nigella (above) is so inexhaustible with the garnish, it some-more resembles syrup soup with waffle croutons.
But if that doesn’t boyant your boat, a Middle Eastern-inspired beef and aubergine mixture called a Fatteh, surfaced with a yoghurt, lemon and garlic sauce, should do.
NEW! Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railway Journeys, 9pm, Channel 5
Watching a show about extreme railways competence not be everyone’s thought of fun, but adequate of you out there are lapping this up to aver Chris (above) returning for his fourth series on the tracks.
Kicking off his latest run, the rail fan travels opposite Morocco to expose either a sight line once stretched the Sahara to Timbuktu.
NEW! Women At War: 100 years of Service, 9.15am, BBC One
This moving series tells the story of women in the Armed Forces, 100 years given they were allowed to join.
Today, EastEnders singer Jun Brown (above) shares memories of her time as a Wren during WWII, while after in the week, Dame Kelly Holmes talks about her career as a earthy training instructor in the Army.
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