Coronation Street spoilers for week commencing 18 May sees Owen and Ryan's angry clash over Katy.
Catch-up TV; recommendations for what's on demand - 30 July
We Love The Monkees, first broadcast Monday 30 July on ITV1
This hour-long special tells the story of the first pop band made for TV. It features brand new interviews from producers of The Monkees TV series, The Monkees' songwriters, their family, fans, Monkees Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork themselves, as well as rarely seen footage of the late Davy Jones.
New Girl, first broadcast Tuesday 31 July on E4
US comedy starring Zooey Deschanel as Jess; a woman who moves in with three single guys after breaking up with her boyfriend. In this week's episode, Schmidt becomes agitated when Jess starts to furnish the neat and tidy loft apartment with items she finds dumped in the street.
24 Hours in A&E, first broadcast Wednesday 1 August on Channel 4
A medic in 24 Hours in A and E
This episode of Channel 4's superb series includes the youngest patient ever featured on the series. Three-month-old Jaziah has been rushed to resus with breathing difficulties. He's severely underweight and has an enlarged liver. Consultant Jacqui needs to act fast to keep Jaziah alive, while his mum, Kenita, can only watch.
Lemon La Vida Loca, first broadcast Thursday 2 August on ITV2
You can run, but you can't hide from Keith Lemon, aka Leigh Francis, this year. As if to underline that, this new spoof reality series sees Keith granting viewers a look at his eventful private life. Long-term girlfriend, Rosie, moves to London and the couple set out to buy their dream home.
Olympics 2012, first broadcast Friday 3 August on BBC1
The BBC's Sue Barker
The eyes of the world continue to be on Britain as London 2012 continues.
CSI: Miami, first broadcast Saturday 4 August on Channel 5
David Caruso in CSI: Miami
Horatio (David Caruso) and the CSI team are called to investigate a killing at a trailer park, but suffer a major setback when a tornado hits the crime scene, blowing away vital evidence - including the corpse. Guest starring Jamie Bamber (Law & Order UK, Battlestar Galactica).
Once Upon A Time, first broadcast Sunday 5 August on Channel 5
Cast of Once Upon A Time
Once Upon a Time is a modern day fable from two of the storytellers behind Lost. This supernatural drama stars Jennifer Morrison, once of House fame.
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