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TASKMASTER DAVE, 8pm NOTHING you could say about this slightly unhinged comedy challenge show could do it justice - it needs to be seen to be believed. It's essentially Greg Davies, left, ordering five comedians, to take on weird tasks. And it works brilliantly. Tonight Sally Phillips, Bob Mortimer, Aisling Bea (pictured), Nish Kumar and Mark Watson and have to paint rainbows in the dark and fling coconuts.
DR CHRISTIAN WILL SEE YOU NOW W, 9pm IF you're having a bad day at work, imagine how Dr Christian Jessen, right, must feel - it's one nasty ailment after another. John, has a condition that means his tongue sometimes turns black. It's impacting on his dating. Darren's snoring is so bad that he and Lisa rarely sleep in the same bed and Kirsty has trichotillomania, a condition that compels her to pull her hair out.
DAVE GORMAN: MODERN LIFE IS GOODISH DAVE, 10pm CONSTANTLY irked, comedian Dave Gorman, right, continues to bluster and moan about modern life. It seems it's the little things that infuriate him the most, and we are his sounding board as he scrutinises everything. This time he wants to know if we can trust nature's warning signs? To find out, he enlists celebrities, insect repellent, and Doctor Google.
MURDER MADE ME FAMOUS REALLY, 10pm HURRAY, a brand new run of grisly, real stories of famous killers to keep us awake all night. If only they weren't so fascinating.
This docu-drama recreates the dreadful events Under the spotlight is cult leader Jim Jones who promised paradise to the followers of the People's Temple, before leading 909 of them to mass murder-suicide in Jonestown, Guyana, in 1978.
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 14, 2017|
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