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ITV Encore are repeating Jekyll & Hyde every Saturday from 3 September at 8pm. Tom stars as Robert Jekyll.
The eagerly anticipated return of 90's classic 'Cold Feet' is finally here. Robert returns as David. Mondays, 9pm on ITV.
David plays Prince Ernest in the highly anticipated ITV drama about Queen Victoria. ITV, Sundays 9pm.
Joe plays Jack Prince in the 3 part show. Catch it on the Discovery Channel at 9pm on the 5th, 6th & 7th September.
Arthur appears in episode 2, airing Wednesday 31st August at 10pm on BBC2.
If you didn't see Cilla already, catch all 3 episodes on ITV Encore on Monday 29 August, 9pm. Elliot Cowan plays George Martin & Ed Stoppard plays Brian Epstein.
Pippa is playing Governor Hallwood in the one off remake of the classic sitcom, Porridge. BBC1, 9:30pm on 28th August.
Charles plays regular Jacob Masters in the feature length 30th Anniversary special. Saturday 27 August, 8pm on BBC1.
Written by Sharon Horgan & staring Tobias Menzies & Victoria Hamilton, catch it on Thursday 25 August, 10pm on Chanel 4.
Denis plays Steve McAndrew in The Girl Who Lived, Friday 26 August, 10:35pm on BBC1.
Catch Annie in 'People Just do Nothing'. New series starts Wednesday 24th August, 10pm on BBC2.
Derek Riddell, Andrew Brook, Benjamin O'Mahony & Killian Scott all appear in Series 4. Monday nights, 9pm BBC2.
Lisa will be taking over the Saturday afternoon show for 2 weeks with partner John Torode. Tune in on 20th & 27th August.
...and it's a veritable Sue Terry feast, starring Niky Wardley, Arthur Smith, Mat Horne & Justin Edwards. BBC1, 9pm on 28th August.
Mark is playing Officer Meekie in the one off remake of the classic sitcom, Porridge. BBC1, 9:30pm on 28th August.
Tony plays Cooper-Smith in a one off prequel to Keeping Up Appearances. BBC 1, Friday 2nd September.
The 6 part comedy series starts on BBC2, 10pm on Sunday 21st August but you can catch it on iPlayer now.
New BBC2 Comedy Sitcom unveiled for September as part of BBC Landmark Sitcom Season.
New 4 part comedy starts on BBC Radio 4, 11pm on Tuesday 23 August. A semi-improvised comedy in which Marc Wootton & Julia Davies play couples in therapy.
Cardinal Burns are bringing their Moth Club show to the Editburgh Festival for 4 nights only. 23-26 August, Mid-night at the Pleasance Courtyard.
   1st Jan 1970
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