What's on, the best of UK TV this week

Best of TV this week

There's simply too much good telly on these days. Here are guides you through the very best of TV this week.

There’s simply too much good telly on these days. Allow us to guide you through the very best of TV this week.


Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time – Tuesday, 9pm, Sky Arts

KURT VONNEGUT: UNSTUCK IN TIME

Credit: Altitude Films

Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time was filmed over four decades, resulting in an intimate and deeply thoughtful portrayal of one of the greatest storytellers of our time. Our very own Archie Brydon called this documentary “remarkable” in his four-star review.

The Cannibal Next Door – Wednesday, 9pm, Channel 5

the cannibal next door

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This is not a story for the faint of heart. In 2001, Armin Meiwes murdered and ate (yes, you read that right) a completely willing victim he had met on the internet. People close to the case tell the story in this stirring documentary. 

Guilt – Thursday, 9pm, BBC Two

guilt

Credit: BBC

The final series of Guilt stars with a bang. Brothers Jake and Max are still trying to get away with murder. The brothers are reunited in Edinburgh but old enemies come a-knocking. All four episodes also drop on BBC iPlayer on Thursday so if you can’t wait, you know what to do. 

Inside No. 9 – Thursday, 10pm, BBC Two

inside no 9

Credit: BBC

After a Christmas special, the cult show returns for its supposedly penultimate season. In this episode, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton play the sons of two notorious East End villains. 

Le Mans’ 66 – Saturday, 9.20pm, Channel 4

le mans 66

Credit: 20th Century Studios

If you liked Air, Le Mans’ 66 will also be your jam. James Mangold’s film chronicles the true story of car manufacturer Ford’s ambitions to defeat Ferrari in the 24-hour Le Mans race in France, in 1966.  


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