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Catch-up TV 23 July; recommendations for what's on demand
The Walking Dead, Monday 16 July, 22:00 - 23:00, Channel 5
Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead
This week's episode of the US apocalyptic zombie drama sees continuing tension in the aftermath of Sophia's death. Rick and Shane take a blindfolded Randall away to a nearby farm. Meanwhile, Beth rises from her catatonic depression with the announcement that she wishes to commit suicide.
Gordon Behind Bars, Tuesday 17 July, 21:00 - 22:00, Channel 4
Gordon Behind Bars with Gordon Ramsay
After six months working alongside the Brixton Prison inmates, Gordon attempts to ensure the Bad Boys Bakery will have a future. He tries to secure a deal with a chain of coffee shops to stock its products.
24 Hours in A & E, Wednesday 18 July, 21:00 - 22:00, Channel 4
A staff worker for 24 Hours in A and E
New staff nurse Sophie attends to 22-year-old chef James, who accidentally stabbed himself in the leg while chopping tomatoes. Ouch! During an eventful shift, she also helps 54-year-old Bernard, who was out cold for 10 minutes after falling and banging his head against a car.
I Love Special Olympics, Thursday 19 July, 21:30 - 22:30, BBC4
Hannah Dempsey of I Love Special Olympics
Often moving film about the Special Olympics by Thomas Leader. His cameras follow: Oliver, a judo fighter with autism who is blind in his right eye; Jonathan, a brain-damaged bowler who couldn't walk properly until he was nine; Tom, a basketball player suffering from Asperger's, and Hannah, a dancer with Down's syndrome. Tissues at the ready...
Nikita, Friday 20 July, 21:00 - 22:00, Sky Living
Maggie Q as Nikita
Maggie Q stars as the eponymous, deadly assassin trained by Division, a secret government agency. After being betrayed, she is now focused on revenge. An international terrorist captured by Nikita is now working for Division. Meanwhile, Amanda persuades Alex to kill Anton Kochenko.
TV's Biggest Blockbusters, Saturday 21 July, 20:35 - 22:30, ITV1
EastEnders' Den and Angie Watts
A count down of the biggest rating television shows ever to hit our screens. Split into four categories, Entertainment; Live Events; Drama and Soaps; and Comedy, TV's Biggest Blockbusters counts down the top ten shows with the biggest audiences in each section. It features ratings hits such as Jim'll Fix It, Coronation Street, EastEnders and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding.
Dancing on Ice: Goes Gold, Sunday 22 July, 20:00 - 22:00, ITV1
Dancing on Ice: Goes Gold with Torvill and Dean
Torvill and Dean invite a host of Olympic heroes to go head to head for the first time... on ice. The Olympians include: Colin Jackson CBE, Tessa Sanderson CBE and Steve Williams OBE. Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley will present and the ice panel of Robin Cousins, Katarina Witt and Louie Spence will deliver their verdicts.
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