Inside The Secret World Of Incels BBC3, from Sun, 10am You've probably never heard of incels, but you won't forget them after watching this documentary. The word is short for'involuntary celibates', a global community of sexuallyfrustrated young men who have found support among each other online.
However, while some use it to joke, vent and find friends, others have a far more dangerous reason for logging on - the movement has inspired mass killings in North America, which have mainly targeted women.
Here, three men who identify as incels discuss the group and what they get from it. There is also an eye-opening look behind the headlines to unearth some of the real reasons for incels' existence, including mental health issues or traumatic childhoods.
Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Netflix, from Fri Sometimes the most simple ideas turn out to be the best. Take this programme from Jerry Seinfeld. Like James Corden's Carpool Karaoke, it involves famous folk driving around in swanky motors, chewing the fat with their host.
Of course, no singing - or very little anyway - is involved, but the setting allows the participants to relax and chat to their heart's desire while sampling the non-alcoholic beverage of their choice. Both shows have featured some great guests and Seinfeld won't disappoint with his latest line-up either.
Among those sipping on their espressos or cappuccinos are Ricky Gervais (who is set to make his second appearance), Seth Rogen, Matthew Broderick, Eddie Murphy and Jamie Foxx.
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Jul 13, 2019|
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