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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: Blitz Spirit With Lucy Worsley8.30pm, BBC OneIt’s interesting to learn that the now-ubiquitous “Keep Calm And Carry On” slogan was considered patronising in 1940 and two million of the unpopular posters had to be pulped. This nugget comes from Lucy Worsley in a bracing documentary about the Luftwaffe Blitz on British cities that, like her Bafta-winning programme about the suffragettes, takes six real people and brings their diary entries to life. With the “Blitz spirit” again being invoked during the Covid crisis (which, by the way, has already claimed nearly three times as many lives as the German bombs), Worsley is eager to learn the truth (or not) of this cosy national myth.Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr8pm, BBC Twoi's TV newsletter: what you should watch nextEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.The six remaining designers are put into teams of two and challenged to transform three shops – a pet accessories shop, a camera store and a kitchen equipment retailer. Each designer must make a pitch to the owner, and helping Michelle Ogundehin decide who should stay is pop-up retail guru Ross Bailey.Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr (Photo: BBC/Darlow Smithson Productions/Banijay/Ellis O’Brien)Million Pound Pawn8pm, ITVWhere Channel 4’s Posh Pawn focused on high-end pawnbrokers (or “luxury asset lenders” as some prefer) this new observational docuseries casts the net wider. In the first episode, a businessman brings his prized Lamborghini to veteran pawnbroker Ray, who knows he can only afford to take the car if he can find a buyer, while a woman tries to sell a watch that could be valuable to a life-changing amount – but could also be a fake.Forensics: The Real CSI9pm, BBC TwoThe last episode in this absorbing series looks at a case where a man is murdered for no apparent reason by a guest at a party. Detectives use CCTV and financial transactions to track the suspect and arrest him just before he flees the country, while the forensic team try to determine whether or not the witnesses (all drunk) are telling the truth.
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. The MC, rapper and broadcaster’s relation is apparently unlucky in love and is matched here with an office manager whose online confidence does not extend to real life. Elsewhere, an 83-year-old former pin-up model seeks a man who can keep up with her hectic lifestyle and two men with a love of dancing bond over matching outfits. Read More Lockdown has finally got to me – I’m crying at Grand Designs Bates Motel10.45pm, BBC OneThe BBC continues to counter its Covid-induced dearth of new drama by importing shows that have already played on other channels (Harlots was a recent example; The Terror an upcoming one). This effective Pyscho prequel originally aired on Universal, and stars Freddie Highmore as Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga as the mother whose clothes Norman will grow up to don.On Assignment10.45pm, ITVITV’s televisual version of Radio 4’s From Our Own Correspondent makes one of its occasional appearances, with John Irvine revealing how the Sea of Galilee is full of fresh water for the first time in 30 years, James Mates attending Venice’s virtual carnival and Nina Nannar meeting San Francisco residents downsizing to live in “tiny homes”.
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