This week's top TV: 20 - 26 November

This week's top TV: 20 - 26 November

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The Blitz bombing aftermath (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

This week's TV picks include Drugsland, which looks at the impact of illegal drugs in Bristol, a new Second World War series examining the effects of bombs that fell during the Blitzand more tasty food ideas in Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast.

Consumer:

The Martin Lewis Money Show Live

Tuesday

ITV 8pm


Martin Lewis managing some money (Credit: John Rodgers, ITV)

The money-saving guru returns for a live special to help put some cash back in the nation's wallets. With Black Friday on the horizon, he and co-presenter Angellica Bell will reveal where to snap up the cheapest gifts and gadgets ahead of the Christmas rush.  

Documentary:

Drugsland

Tuesday

BBC1 10.45pm


The first of a new four-part series starts this Tuesday (Credit: BBC)

With unprecedented access to police work, drug support agencies, detox clinics, custody suites, drug dealers and a wide range of users, this documentary highlights the damaging effects of drugs in the city of Bristol and follows the professionals who tackle the problem.

Documentary:

Blitz: the Bombs That Changed Britain

Thursday

BBC2 9pm


Each episode of Blitz details the impact of bombs on individual lives (Credit: BBC)

During the Blitz, 450,000 bombs dropped on Britain. This series tells the stories behind four of them, using poignant memoirs, historical records and personal testimonies from survivors to chronicle the devastating effects each one had on a single street. 

Sport:

Match of the Day Live: England v Bosnia & Herzegovina 

Friday

BBC2 6.55pm


The Lionesses take on Bosnia and Herzegovina in a World Cup qualifier, kick-off 7.05pm (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Coverage of this women's World Cup qualifier at the Bescot Stadium in Walsall. England will be expecting another three points after their emphatic 6-0 demolition of Russia last time out. The match will be interim head coach Mo Marley's first in charge following the dismissal of Mark Sampson.

Food:

Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast

Friday

Channel 4 8pm


Actor Simon Pegg joins Jamie and Jimmy this Friday (Credit: Channel 4)

Actor Simon Pegg drops in to lend a hand with a lamb tagine inspired by his time filming in Morocco. Jamie prepares an indulgent Provencal bake made from layered pancakes, whilst the friends also find time to champion free-range UK duck farming.

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This week's TV picks include Drugsland, which looks at the impact of illegal drugs in Bristol, a new Second World War series examining the effects of bombs that fell during the Blitzand more tasty food ideas in Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast.