Uk News On TV tonight, Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock unpicks race and power in the music industry United Kingdom news

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Uk News On TV tonight, Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock unpicks race and power in the music industry United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Alex Brooker arrives in Hebden Bridge on Meet The Richardsons and Anita Rani reunites more strangers

Uk News  On TV tonight, Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock unpicks race and power in the music industry United Kingdom news
13 May 2021 - 05:01

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & PowerFrom 6am, BBC Three on iPlayer and 9pm, BBC OneFollowing former bandmate Jesy Nelson’s well-received film about mental health and cyber bullying, Leigh-Anne Pinnock becomes the latest member of Little Mix to front a very personal documentary. Hers is about the racism she has experienced as a black woman since Little Mix won The X Factor. “Why do I feel invisible… the least favoured or least desired?” she asks after recalling fans pushing past her to greet her band mates, sharing experiences with Alexandra Burke, Nao, Raye and Sugababe Keisha Buchanan. Meanwhile, her label seems reluctant to appear on camera to address concerns about the paucity of black inclusion in the industry.Kew Gardens: A Year In Bloom8pm, Channel 5Your guide to what to watch next - no spoilers, we promiseEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.An arboreal double-bill begins with a new docuseries filmed at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, “in a year like no other” (no guesses as to what they mean by that). The four-parter looks at the ground-breaking science being undertaken to future-proof botany as well the characters employed, and first up we meet Solane and her team in the Palm House as they make sure that the banana plants don’t smash through the ceiling. Read More Jesy Nelson’s brave BBC documentary should be a wake-up call Saved By A Stranger9pm, BBC TwoThis week Anita Rani meets Navy veteran David, who survived an attack on the SS Atlantic Conveyor in May 1982, during the Falklands war, and who is desperate to reconnect with his fellow crewmen as he discusses his experiences of coming under fire. Plus, the story of Darryl, an author whose family came to the UK from Kenya as part of the post-war wave of migration from former British colonies. His Catholic primary school became a haven from the widespread racism of the 1970s and he wants to find his former teachers to thank them.

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. Cameras will reveal how they manage their growing numbers on very different budgets, from the day-to-day running of their homes to celebrating birthdays and Christmas.Frank Of Ireland (Photo: Pat Redmond/Channel 4)Frank Of Ireland10pm, Channel 4Frank’s mum Mary wants to sell the family home and move to Wicklow without him. When her son’s pleas (“let me stay… I’m only in my early thirties”) understandably fail to move her, Frank barricades himself inside the house with Doofus and Aine “to defend it… it’s like Home Alone”. In terms of sheer slapstick farce, he’s not too far wide of the mark, as Doofus devises various booby traps – all of which have predictably dire consequences.Meet The Richardsons10pm, DaveJon Richardson needs fresh material for a new tour and takes himself off to Wetherby to seek inspiration – and to stalk his hero, the Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa. Lucy Beaumont meanwhile buys her husband a birthday present of a rescue chicken and Alex Brooker arrives in Hebden Bridge to check out Jon’s home-pub, The Dog and Bastard. Yes, it’s just another week in the mockumentary lives of the married comedians. Struggling to find your next favourite TV series? The i on TV newsletter is a daily email full of suggestions of what to watch as well as the latest TV news, opinions and interviews. Sign up here to stay up to date with the best new TV.

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