Based on conservationist Gerald Durrell’s series of books documenting his family’s time in Corfu in the 1930s, the forthcoming series will be written by BAFTA award nominee Simon Nye (Men Behaving Badly).
Monday: ITV, 9pm
The 10-part series, set in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Frankfurt stars Borgen’s Birgitte Hjort Sørensen as a drone engineer taken hostage by terrorists in her own home. She manages to get a message to the secret services, who desperately try to prevent an attack on Scandinavian soil.
The Royal Wives of Windsor
Monday: ITV, 9pm
Phillip Schofield commented: “Put your hat on, we’re going to have a party!”
Alongside Sir Trevor MacDonald, Julie Etchingham will also co-host Invitation to a Royal Wedding, which is expected to broadcast on 29 April at 9pm. This hour-long special will look at what goes on behind the scenes when planning and organising a royal wedding, and will look inside St. George’s Chapel, the venue for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.
Monday: Sky Atlantic, 9pm
The documentary will explore the creation of native forests and conservation initiatives put in place in 53 countries across Britain and the Commonwealth as part of the project set up by The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
The Queen's Green Planet will also feature a special conversation between Her Majesty and Sir David Attenborough in the garden at Buckingham Palace, which took place last summer.
Victoria Derbyshire took home two awards for Network Presenter and Interview of the Year for her powerful interview with football abuse victims.
Sky News won the News Channel of the Year award in a closely contested category, and was also presented with the Breaking News award for its remarkable coverage of the Manchester Terror Attack. CNN International was rewarded with Scoop of the Year for its courageous and enterprising storytelling about the Libya Slave Market.
The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night sees eight familiar faces come together for a show-stopping performance that will wow the audience and raise awareness of an issue very close to their hearts: breast cancer.
Victoria Derbyshire, Colleen Nolan, Emmerdale’s Sally Dexter and Megan McKenna are among the celebrities who will be pulling out all the stops to produce a show to rival the boys’ 2017 hit The Real Full Monty which raised awareness of prostate cancer.
Up early to listen to radio news in the shower before I turn on for my daily dose of Good Morning Britain. Pay debates rumble on in the media kasbah.
The day after Carrie Gracie resigned as the BBC’s China editor, here she is presenting Radio 4’s Today, but barred from curating the news story about herself. A magnificent confusion worthy of Evelyn Waugh or David Lodge at their best.
The item itself is less than helpful, since the programme’s guest doesn’t seem to know the difference between equal pay and the gender pay gap.