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TV Weekly Guide 1-7 May

On May 1, 2016

Sunday: Happy Valley, 8.30pm, BBC First
Eighteen months have passed, and Catherine is spinning plates at work and at home, where Ryan approaches his tenth birthday. Tommy, serving a life sentence in a high-security prison, finds a way of keeping a watchful eye over Ryan from behind bars, while Catherine becomes a murder suspect after finding a dead body. Stars James Norton (War and Peace, Grantchester)

Monday: Game of Thrones, 11am/7.30pm, showcase
Season 6 continues. Catch up on the first episode before the second episode airs.

Tuesday: Veep, 8.30pm, showcase
Season 5 continues.

Wednesday: The Good Wife, 9.30pm, Ten
As Peter's trial begins, Alicia works desperately to keep her husband from returning to jail. Also, Diane and Lucca move aggressively to expand the law firm, but face serious opposition from David Lee.

Thursday: Masterchef, 7.30pm, Ten
In the first elimination challenge, three contestants choose a cloche containing a single ingredient to be used in a dish for the judges. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be going home.

Friday: Grantchester, 8.30pm, ABC
When an old friend and fugitive from justice returns to Grantchester, Sidney is forced to put his own difficulties to one side to try and stop a murder from taking place.

Saturday: DCI Banks, 8.30pm, ABC
When the body of student Josh Tate is found dumped in a ravine, the investigation into his stabbing uncovers a very different man to the quiet character described by his flatmate Spencer.

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