This week’s round-up sees the arrival of BBC’s annual Children In Need with Terry Wogan and Rochelle Humes hosting the fundraising marathon. Elsewhere, Atlantic and I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Here! which includes Tinchy Stryder as a campmate return. The week ends with Sarah Millican, Joe Lycett and the award-winning comedian Russell Kane livening our weeks up with the return of Live at the Apollo.
Children In Need 2014: Terry Wogan is joined by the likes of Tess Daly and Rochelle Humes to continue the fundraising marathon, featuring the long-awaited reunion of pop sensations S Club 7 with a medley of their greatest hits. Hollywood star Gemma Arterton leads the cast of West End musical Made in Dagenham as they reprise a song from the show and the stars of Sunny Afternoon – a stage show telling the story of 1960s band the Kinks – bring things to a rousing climax along with many other performances, such as one from Cheryl. Last year a record £31,124,896 was raised and, as always, we’re going to try and beat it. Watch it tonight from 7.30pm on BBC One.
Atlantis: Back for its second season, Atlantis returns to our TV screens this weekend. The fantasy-drama has changed quite a bit in the year since the death of King Minos. His daughter, Ariadne, is now on the throne and at war with her former stepmother in a battle for power. With the kingdom on the brink of disaster, the queen asks for help from warrior, Jason, with his time to fulfil his destiny finally arriving. The likes of Jack Donnelly star in the show which will air this Saturday on BBC One at 8:30pm.
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!: A fresh batch of famous faces wave goodbye to their lives of luxury and set up camp in the Australian wilderness battling bugs and Bushtucker Trials, rations and rain, heat and hunger, all in the name of entertainment. There is the likes of Corrie favourite Craig Charles (Lloyd Mullaney), TOWIE’s Gemma Collins, model and singer Nadia Forde, ‘Allo ‘Allo! star Vicki Michelle, and rapper Tinchy Stryder all entering the camp. Tune in this Saturday at 9pm on ITV.
Rosemary’s Baby: A modern take mini-series adaptation of the classic novel by Ira Levin focusing on young Rosemary Woodhouse’s (Zoe Saldana) suspicions that her neighbours may belong to a Satanic cult who are hell bent on getting one thing: the baby she is carrying. Watch it this Monday on Lifetime at 10pm.
Some Girls: Back for its third season the astoundingly frank and funny show about 4 college girls is set carry on its successful streak. We’re all desperate to find out how Viva will cope with the new baby in the family and if she’ll ever get back with Rocky. Though of course, as always, this is all set in the background of the girls arguing and trying to survive their last term. Tune in this Monday at 10pm on BBC Three.
Live At the Apollo: The stand-up comedy show returns next week, with the host in the form of Sarah Millican who brings her own brand of humour to the audience. Along with Millican, both Joe Lycett and the award-winning comedian Russell Kane will feature on the programme. The return of Live at the Apollo coincides perfectly with the end of assignment deadlines, so tune in this Wednesday on BBC One at 10:35pm for a wind down from the many weeks of assignment stress.