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Catch-up TV; recommendations for what's on demand
Alan Partridge on Open Books with Martin Bryce, first broadcast Monday 2 July on Sky Atlantic
Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge
Spoof talk show, starring Steve Coogan and Friday Night Dinner creator Robert Popper. Alan talks about his autobiography I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan, and takes questions from the studio audience. In addition to reading extracts from the book, he discusses his upbringing and his career in TV and radio.
Gordon Behind Bars, first broadcast Tuesday 3 July on Channel 4
Gordon Ramsay in Gordon Behind Bars
Gordon Ramsay is trying to set up a bakery in Brixton Prison, hoping to teach inmates professional catering skills that will help them find employment after they have served their sentences. This week, a potentially talented inmate cannot stay out of trouble.
24 Hours in A&E, first broadcast Wednesday 4 July on Channel 4
24 Hours in A and E
This week in Channel 4's superb series, an eight-year-old has fallen onto concrete while riding his BMX, losing his front teeth and possibly injuring his head and spine. Also, a 19-year-old motorcyclist requires urgent treatment on his leg, which may otherwise need to be amputated.
Michael Johnson: Survival of the Fastest, first broadcast Thursday 5 July on Channel 4
Michael Johnson's Channel 4 documentary
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Johnson embarks on a personal journey. He tries to understand whether the transatlantic slave trade is a factor in the continuing success of African-American and Caribbean athletes. He also explores plantation owners' barbaric breeding programmes.
Episodes, first broadcast Friday 6 July on BBC2
Tamsin Greig, Matt LeBlanc and Stephen Mangan in Episodes
The night of the Man of the Year event finally arrives, but Merc's moment of glory is ruined. As Beverly and Rob's relationship deepens, Sean is forced to decide whether he is willing to forget the past and fight for his wife. Comedy, starring John Pankow, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Matt LeBlanc, Tamsin Greig and James Purefoy. Last in the series.
Casualty, first broadcast Saturday 7 July on BBC1
Derek Thompson as Casualty's Charlie Fairhead
A breakdown in communication during a domestic incident leaves a reformed ex-con in a critical condition. Meanwhile, Dylan and Sam remain in conflict and when tensions reach fever pitch, a patient's chances of survival is threatened. Guest starring Natalie Gavin (Prisoners' Wives).
Superstar, first broadcast Sunday 8 July on ITV1
Superstar judges Jason Donovan, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Dawn French
ITV1 summer talent show Superstar sees Andrew Lloyd Webber search for the lead in his musical Jesus Christ Superstar. The winner will take the lead role in a national tour, opening at London's O2 arena on September 21. Who will play Jesus? Keep watching to find out.
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