Top 10 tv; Take a look at our pick of the best shows on the small screen this week.
Byline: RICK FULTON
TONIGHT, STV, 8PM Britain's Got Talent It's the fifth week and there's more auditions good and bad for Simon Cowell, left, and his fellow judges to see. There's still no clear favourite.
MONDAY, STV, 3PM Masterpiece with Alan Titchmarsh Alan, left, returns with second series of Masterpiece, where antique and history fans seek out the rarest - most valuable - objects on display.
NEW MONDAY, CHANNEL 4, 8.30PM The Fake News Show The mythbusting comedy panel show returns for a new series. Stephen Mangan, left, hosts and team captains are Katherine Ryan and Richard Osman.
NEW TUESDAY, BBC1, 9PM Three Girls The devastating effect of child-sexual exploitation is laid bare in this harrowing mini-series which is on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
It's based on real events between 2008 and 2012 when almost 50 girls suffered appalling abuse at the hands of Asian sex-grooming gangs in and around Rochdale. Almost as shocking was the fact the victims were ignored by the authorities.
Lesley Sharp plays a cop , Maxine Peake a health worker and the girls at the centre of the story are played by Molly Windsor, Ria Zmitrowicz and Liv Hall.
MONDAY, CHANNEL 4, 9PM Ivanka Trump: America's Real First Lady? It's six months since Donald Trump won the presidency and there is one woman he trusts above all others - his elder daughter Ivanka, left.
TUESDAY, BBC ALBA, 8.30PM North Coast 500 - Le Anne Lundon Anne, left, begins a 500-mile route around the north coast of Scotland. She'll make her way from Inverness Castle to the heights of Bealach Na Ba, Applecross.
NEW WEDNESDAY, BBC2, 8PM Trust Me, I'm a Vet Research has shown the African Grey Parrot is as bright as a three-year-old. In the wild, they live in flocks but are often kept in small cages on their own.
LAST THURSDAY, BBC1, 8PM Kat and Alfie: Redwater EastEnders' favourites Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie, left, star in their own Kat and Alfie Moon spin-off as they search for Kat's long-lost son in Ireland.
NEW The Quay Sessions Legend Edwyn Collins, left, is one of the highlights of Roddy Hart's latest show, which also includes British Sea Power and Pictish Trial.
FRIDAY, CHANNEL4, 10PM THE LAST LEG The double Baftanominated series returns live to Friday nights, hosted by Adam Hills, left, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||May 13, 2017|
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