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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Dragons evaluate a low-calorie craft-lager business and the A League Of Their Own boys head out on a roadtrip
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: Pandemic 20209pm, BBC TwoThis superb series moves on to the societal impact of the pandemic and begins with a video of Madonna in her bath smugly describing the virus as “a great equaliser”, inducing bitter laughter from Tanya, who spent lockdown in a tiny flat in The Bronx with six children – “the global pandemic version of Little House On The Prairie”. That’s almost luxurious compared to the family of 11 snapped by French photojournalist Veronique in one room. While the peace of locked-down Beirut is shattered by the port explosion, a ballet dancer in Moscow faces a new reality when the Bolshoi closes, and Tanya finds herself embroiled in the Black Lives Matter protests.Dragons’ Den8pm, BBC Onei's TV newsletter: what you should watch nextEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Pitches in this show often fail on their optimistically high valuations and that’s the case tonight. The ideas include organic superfood powders, a low-calorie craft-lager business, a plaque-detecting dental app and a range of Afro and curly hair products – one set of entrepreneurs in the enviable but tricky position of having five Dragons to choose from. And it’s not the bloke who pitches with his hands in his pockets and sounds bored by his product.Dragons’ Den (Photo: BBC/Andrew Farrington)The Queen Unseen9pm, ITVITV seems to be going overboard with their royal documentaries since Oprah-gate – perhaps they’re relatively cheap and (presumably) popular. This one begins with the Queen’s coronation, which, despite being famously televised, her actual anointment was deemed so sacred it was not allowed to be filmed. Meanwhile, a clinical psychologist unpicks HMQ’s guarded body language, and there are indeed (as promised by the title) some little-seen archive clips.
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. The more scientifically-minded, like Mike Wozniak, realise they need to liquefy the jelly, while others (Charlotte Ritchie and Lee Mack) take the masticate-and-regurgitate route. And then it’s seeing who can unroll the greatest length of loo paper without the paper touching the ground – Mack involving a terrified member of the public being a series highlight. Read More When it comes to female stand-ups on panel shows, the rule is still one in one out A League Of Their Own: Loch Ness To London9pm, Sky OneThe latest series of Top Gear may have recently applied the handbrake, but Freddie Flintoff is off on another bants-heavy road trip, this time reunited with Jamie Redknapp and Romesh Ranganathan. The new series is naturally of the staycation variety, as they drive from Loch Ness to London, Jack Whitehall joining on this week’s first leg.Face To Face With Anthony Hopkins11pm, BBC FourThe 1990s revival of this intense interview programme, with Jeremy Isaacs in the role of inquisitor, was famous for the unrelenting spotlight shone on the guest. It was no cosy chat show, in other words. In 1995 Anthony Hopkins agreed to take part, and this rarely-seen repeat follows a screening of David Lynch’s The Elephant Man, Hopkins discussing how he prepares for roles, his stormy relationship with directors and his personal life.
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