Britain's Got Talent 2013: Can Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden find a star?
TV Pick of the Day
The Fall, Monday 13 May at 9pm, BBC2
The Fall is a gripping and excellent psychological drama set in Belfast, deftly flipping the coin between the pursuer (DSI Stella Gibson superbly brought to life by Gillian Anderson) and the pursued (serial killer Paul Spector, brilliantly played by Jamie Dornan). It's a cat and mouse game; will the copper get her man?
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Tuesday 14 May at 9pm, TLC
Honey Boo Boo
Fancy an eye-popping look inside the pink, glittery and downright 'redneckalicious' madcap world of Alana (aka Honey Boo Boo Child) and her family? The precocious seven-year-old is a pageant sensation, but when she's not chasing after tiaras, little Alana has fun with the rest of her close-knit family in rural Georgia.
The Apprentice, Wednesday 15 May at 9pm, BBC1
Nick Hewer, Lord Sugar and Karren Brady
Series nine of the business-based reality show continues. Lord Sugar, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer carry on whittling down this year's contestants to find the person worthy of the £250,000 investment prize.
24 Hours in A&E, Wednesday 15 May at 9pm, Channel 4
A nurse from 24 Hours in A and E
Watching people in A&E isn't everybody's idea of a great evening's entertainment. Yes, this series contains more than its fair share of upsetting scenes, but it is always uplifting and life-affirming. What's more, it has superb characters: from the dedicated staff of doctors, nurses and auxiliary staff to the patients themselves.
Tonight, an eight-year-old boy has had an accident.
The Big Bang Theory, Thursday 16 May at 8pm, E4
Cast of The Big Bang Theory, including Jim Parsons
The sixth season of this hugely successful US comedy continues. These aren't the same single lads we met in the first season; they're all paired up (except Raj). Tonight, Leonard and Penny try to celebrate Valentine's Day.
The Graham Norton Show, Friday 17 May at 10.35pm, BBC1
Graham Norton's on! His show is always a bright spot on a Friday night and tonight's guests include former Harry Potter actor, Daniel Radcliffe. Graham will also have members of the public in the red chair so their stories better be entertaining.
Modern Family, Friday 17 May at 8.30pm, Sky1
Cast of Modern Family
Modern Family on Friday nights? Perfection. The quality US import has won awards by the bucket-load for its witty scripts and superb ensemble cast. In tonight's episode, Claire and Cam fall out.
Britain's Got Talent, Saturday 18 May at 7.30pm, ITV
Britain's Got Talent judges
Britain's Got Talent continues with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. Once again they're on a mission to find the most original and exciting talent around. Ant and Dec, the undisputed kings of light entertainment, are the hosts.
The Eurovision Song Contest, Saturday 18 May, 8pm, BBC1
Graham Norton is your host for the 58th musical extravaganza from the Malmo Arena in Sweden. All eyes and hopes will be on Welsh powerhouse Bonnie Tyler, who is aiming to become the first UK winner since 1997 with her country ballad Believe in Me.
The Voice, Saturday 11 May at 8.35pm, BBC1
The Voice coaches
The BBC's talent singing show continues with coaches Jessie J, Danny O'Donoghue, will.i.am and Tom Jones. Tweaks have been made to the second series, following the loss of impetus in the first. The Voice UK will now comprise four key stages; the blind auditions, the battles, the knockouts and the live shows. The hunt for the voice of 2013 is underway.
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Finalists, including Welsh star Bonnie Tyler, rehearse ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest final in Sweden.
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