TV1 - CHANNEL HIGHLIGHTS
Week 18: Saturday 26th April - Friday 2nd May, 2014
Sunday 27th April, 8.30pm
In the emotional season finale, the Proudman family rallies around a grief stricken Nina.
In the days after Patrick’s death, Nina wills herself to get through the impending funeral but is distraught at coping without the father of her baby.
Concerned about stress harming her unborn child, she meets Lawrence for a counselling session. Mick and Jimmy finally track down Billie, who hurries back to be by Nina’s side for her most important delivery yet.
Sunday 27th April, 9.30pm
German goods are removed from the shelves and the British government see an opportunity for Selfridge to go secretly to Berlin to engender information.
Selfridge organises a charity concert to foster patriotic sentiment and Lady Mae helps out by arranging for her old friend, music hall singer Richard Chapman to perform at the event and Miss Mardle offers the services of her lodger as an accompanist.
Agnes and Victor are going out together and he makes a proposal. Thackeray believes Leclair is a German spy and his response is a surprise. As the concert starts Selfridge is spirited away by the government.
BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT
Tuesday 29th April, 8.30pm
Get ready for a brand new season of Britain's Got Talent on TV ONE, with acts ranging from a roller-skating Wonder Woman to a man speed-eating a raw onion.
On the judging panel is the one and only Simon Cowell. Simon's earned himself a tough reputation for a reason, and artists that he's discovered have gone on to sell millions of records around the world.
Simon's joined by funny man and author David Walliams (Little Britain), solo artist and former member of Mis-Teeq, Alesha Dixon, and actress, singer and presenter, Amanda Holden.
In true British fashion, Britain's Got Talent features a wide range of performers, including a salsa-dancing gran, a bird handler, line dancers, sopranos and a five-piece boy band performing 'Stars' from Les Miserables
HOARDING: BURIED ALIVE
Tuesday 29th April, 9.45pm
Hoarding: Buried Alive takes the viewer into the personal lives of hoarders and focuses on how the mental illness has affected the individual and the family members.
Each episode looks at different cases and examines the history of the victim and takes time to interview family members. The show includes an extensive look at the items each person collects.
Each hoarder receives treatment provided by both a therapist and a professional organizer. These professionals help hoarders through the process of ridding their house of the hoard. By the end of the episodes, the hoarders make huge improvements and learn skills for continued success.
Wednesday 30th April, 9.30PM
After 15 episodes of conspiracies, lies, murders, affairs, betrayals, double-crosses, secrets and much more, Hostages’ action packed finale will finally answer the question: will Ellen kill the President?
In tonight's conclusion, as Ellen prepares to operate on the President, the First Lady confronts her and forces Ellen to tell the truth about the assassination plot.