Daily Mail - 2021-06-11


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CHILDREN’S DRAMA The Dumping Ground, 5pm, CBBC THE Bafta-winning care home drama has a flair for outside-thebox thinking, and tonight’s new, ninth series kicks off with a great example. Jay (Cole Wealleans-Watts) falls under a spell that means he is suddenly unable to lie — so what truths will tumble out of his mouth? CHARMING TALE CBeebies Bedtime Stories, 6.50pm, CBeebies RAG’N’BONE MAN is a big man with a deep voice, and the singersongwriter makes an imposing presence on the storytelling chair. The East Sussex-born star reads Tell Me A Story, Rory, the tale of a lion who relies on a girl to lull him to sleep every night with a yarn. FLOUR POWER Best Baker In America, 8pm, Food Network THE bakers are challenged to make mini molten lava cakes tonight, and some bold choices are made when it comes to the flavours. Yolanda is inspired by Elvis Presley’s sandwiches to infuse hers with the notes of banana, peanut butter and bacon. What will the judges make of it? FILM ROMANCE All My Life, 8pm, Sky Premiere TEARY romance about a young couple who make the most of the time they have left when Solomon (Harry Shum Jr) is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Jessica Rothe co-stars. POP FAVOURITES Boy George And Culture Club: Radio 2 In Concert, 9pm, BBC4 THIS concert from Boy George and Culture Club is a mix of old and recent, and the gap in the material is noticeable — Life was their first album together in 19 years. While that 2018 release has a more mature air, it still sounds like Culture Club. WORKING THE LAND Clarkson’s Farm, Amazon Prime THIS isn’t your standard Jeremy Clarkson series. The outspoken broadcaster (pictured) has bought a 1,000-acre farm that he wants to run by himself, and run his way. For instance, the petrolhead picks up an enormous Lamborghini tractor as he thinks this will help him to get the job done quicker — farming’s not as simple as that, though, and what follows is a lesson in humility. STAGE HIT Fleabag, Amazon Prime PHOEBE WALLERBRIDGE’S brilliant stage show comes to Amazon, along with three other filmed National Theatre productions: Hamlet and Frankenstein — both with Benedict Cumberbatch — and Ian McKellen On Stage, a collection of anecdotes. FACT-BASED THRILLER Confirmation,, 9pm,p, Skyy Atlantic BLUEBLUE-CHIP,CHIP true-telife dramadama from f om HBO, starring Kerry Washington (pictured) as law professor Anita Hill, who in 1991 claimed she was a victim of sexual harassment by Clarence Thomas — then on the verge of becoming only the second black judge to serve on the Supreme Court. A big story, well-told. GENTLEMAN THIEF Lupin, Netflix NETFLIX has struck a chord with its French thriller about gentleman thief Diop, played with a friendly smile and twinkling eyes by Omar Sy. In the high-stakes second chunk of five episodes, Diop strives to clear his name and save his son. FREEVIEW MOVIE Assassination Nation, 10.45pm, Film4 THIS black comedy horror is pretty full-on as a small town descends into violent mayhem after a hacker leaks the residents’ darkest secrets. Four school friends become targets and have to fight back — all guns blazing. Suki Waterhouse stars.



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