What to watch on Sky And Now in June…

Sky receives 10 nominations for the Royal Television Society Programme

If you could go back and change anything, would you? What if it put every life on planet Earth in danger? In a new Sky Original action thriller from writer Joe Barton (Giri/Haji), this is the dilemma faced by time-traveller George (Papa Essiedu) – the latest member of The Lazarus Project.Also in June, We’ve got a chilling new original spin on a John Wyndham horror classic as Keeley Hawes stars in The Midwich Cuckoos on Sky Max, and Sky Documentaries presents a revealing exposé into decades of abuse within the modelling industry in Scouting for Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret.On Sky Atlantic, the minds behind The Wire reunite to bring a story of corruption and moral collapse on the streets of Baltimore in the new crime drama We Own This City, and we take a trip to the dark side of Milan courtesy of multi-platinum selling Italian rapper Salmo in the new international drama series Blocco 181.And Take the red pill and dive back into the unreal in the revival of an iconic action franchise – The Matrix Resurrections starring Keanu Reeves, highlighting this month’s blockbuster Sky Cinema premieres.

  The Lazarus Project A riveting and gripping eight-part action thriller from acclaimed writer Joe Barton (Giri/Haji), The Lazarus Project is a timely and affecting exploration of the desire to take charge of your own fate.When George (Papa Essiedu) wakes up one day and finds himself reliving a day from months ago, he thinks he’s lost his mind. That is, until he meets Archie, who recruits George for the Lazarus Project – a secret organisation that has harnessed the ability to turn back time every time the world is at threat of extinction.But when a freak accident harms someone close to George, Lazarus won’t let him turn back time to undo it. Now George must choose to either stay loyal or go rogue, as he wrestles with one dilemma – if you had the power to rewrite your past, what would you sacrifice to do it…?Sky Max and streaming service NOW – 16 June 2022 

  The Midwich Cuckoos Midwich, a small English commuter town, is liberal and aspirational, populated by nuclear families and affluent streets. A place where nothing much happens – that is until the twilight hours of a summer’s day when a sleepy corner of Midwich is plunged into panic. People pass out on their feet without warning, without reason. Anyone who tries to enter meets the same fate. And nobody can understand why. When the mysterious blackout is lifted, life for those affected returns to apparent normality – except every woman of child-bearing age inside the zone has suddenly and inexplicably fallen pregnant. As news spreads and tensions simmer, it is up to gifted psychotherapist Dr Susannah Zellaby (Keeley Hawes) to help support those affected through the emotional wilderness. Susannah’s own daughter, Cassie, has fallen pregnant and harbours deep concerns about who, or what, is behind this phenomenon. Local officer DCI Paul Haynes (Max Beesley) is tasked with maintaining order but unbeknownst to them all, a terrifying force is building in the comfortable streets of Midwich. These children – potential parasites – flourish under the very love and care that their families give them. Who are these children? And what do they want?Sky Max and streaming service NOW – 2 June 2022 

  We Own This City Based on the documentary series of the same name, Executive produced by George Pelecanos (The Deuce) and David Simon (The Wire) – and based on the book by Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton – We Own This City is a six-hour, limited series chronicling the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force. It examines the corruption and moral collapse that befell an American city in which the policies of drug prohibition and mass arrest were championed at the expense of actual police work. Starring Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Show Me a Hero), Josh Charles (The Good Wife, In Treatment), Wunmi Mosaku (Lovecraft Country), and Jamie Hector (BOSCH, The Wire)Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW – 7 June 2022 

  Blocco 181Set in the multi-ethnic communities on the outskirts of Milan and co-developed with multi-platinum musician and rapper Salmo in his first television project, Blocco 181 is a story of love, generational conflicts, female emancipation and, above all, power struggles. Take a look at modern-day Milan through new eyes and re-examine what it means to live in a globalized world where extremes co-exist.Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW – 22 June 2022 

  Scouting For Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret This three-part documentary series reveals how a group of men behind the world’s most successful modelling agencies were involved in a darker side of fashion. Scouting for Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret exposes how modelling agents like John Casablancas, Jean Luc-Brunel, Claude Haddad and Gerald Marie (who contest the allegations), created a culture that enabled many of them to indulge in a spectrum of abusive behaviours, ranging from grooming and coercion to the rape of models as young as 15. It’s the story of a generation of forgotten women who were promised stardom and glamour but instead found themselves used, abused and, in some cases, trafficked between networks of powerful men. Building on an ongoing investigation by journalist Lucy Osborne and The Guardian, the series delivers the fashion industry its own #MeToo reckoning, revealing how one of the world’s most glamorous industries facilitated and validated endemic sexual abuse, and follows the survivors as they come together to take action against those responsible.Sky Documentaries and streaming service NOW – 6 June 2022 

  Quant The first official feature documentary celebrating the incredible life of one of the most influential icons of the 20th Century, fashion designer Dame Mary Quant. Featuring contributions from Kate Moss, Vivienne Westwood, Edward Enninful, Dave Davies, Charlotte Tilbury, Jasper Conran and Zandra Rhodes as well as Mary’s family and piers.Sky Documentaries and streaming service NOW – 2 June 2022 

 Young Rock The second season of Young Rock delves back into Dwayne Johnson’s life, continuing the crazy rollercoaster that has shaped Dwayne into the man he is today. As Dwayne and his loving, resilient family face new challenges and meet new wild characters of professional wrestling, Dwayne contemplates embracing the grind of professional wrestling himself.Sky Comedy and streaming service NOW – 24 June 2022 

  Charles Hazlewood: Reinventing the Orchestra Building on the critical success of his recent Sky Arts’ film, Beethoven and Me, Charles Hazlewood, one of Europe’s most innovative and charismatic conductors and musical communicators, authors an iconoclastic new series about how to build an orchestra for the 21st Century. Charles will tear down the barriers surrounding our antiquated perceptions of the orchestra and explore six aspects of what makes an orchestra ensemble fit for purpose in the modern day.Sky Arts and streaming service NOW – 6 June 2022 

  The Isle of Wight Festival 2022 Sky Arts is back at the Isle of Wight Festival to bring one of Britain’s most iconic music festivals right into your living room. This year sees the event headlined by huge acts like Lewis Capaldi, Kasabian and Muse, with support from Madness, Pete Tong, Rudimental and many more, while Craig David, Shaggy and The kooks are among the acts performing in the Big Top.Sky Arts and streaming service NOW – 17 June 2022 

  The Good Doctor Dr Shaun Murphy returns from the winter hiatus for the conclusion to the Good Doctor’s fifth season, although we’re sure the heartbreak still feels pretty fresh for fans of the show. Now that Shaun has called off the wedding, he is forced to confront Lea about their relationship and determine what he really means to her.Sky Witness and streaming service NOW – 7 June 2022 

  Blue Bloods – Season 12 The long-running cop drama returns to Sky Witness for its twelfth season. This time around, Danny consults a psychic to solve the murder of a young boy, and Frank is at odds with the mayor over how best to protect the city from an uptick in crime following a high-profile shooting. Also, Erin investigates a decades-old case in which the primary eyewitness to the killing is her boss, DA Kimberly Crawford, who was 13 years old at the time.Sky Witness and streaming service NOW – 20 June 2022 

 Girls5Eva – Season 2 Back for a second season… but you can call it a comeback. Girls5Eva are back having successfully reunited on stage and landing a record deal. Now Dawn, Wickie, Summer and Gloria will discover how much they’re willing to sacrifice for the opportunity.Peacock and streaming service NOW – 6 June 2022 

  Westworld – Season 4 The Emmy®-winning drama series Westworld continues its dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the birth of a new form of life on Earth.Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW – 27 June 2022 

  Hotspots: The Last Hope Our planet is abundant with life. However, in some places where there is an especially large variety of animal and plant species there is also a high level of habitat destruction. These are areas that demand special protection: the hotpots of biodiversity.Sky Nature and streaming service NOW – 12 June 2022 

  Wild Workers Animal life has many things in common with human life. Our life cycle is basically the same: birth, breeding, feeding, mating and reproduction and all of it is only possible thanks to a lifetime of dedication to work: garnering, hunting, building, digging, etc. Wild Workers is an amusing approach to this common “curse” of humans and animals. A fascinating and fun documentary series on the life-long “professions” of nature’s most dedicated workers.Sky Nature and streaming service NOW – 5 June 2022 

  The Real Manhunter – Series 2Former Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton spent 30 years in the police force, a career that saw him lead many of the most high-profile and successful murder investigations of his generation, and although he’ll forever be associated with the arrest and conviction of serial killer Levi Bellfield and ‘Night Stalker’ Delroy Grant, his career was so much more. In this returning series, Sutton revisits cases he led and explores everything from the crime itself through to the breakthrough moment when the suspect was identified and arrested. He takes the viewer on a journey from the moment the police were called to the scene, visits key locations, and explains how he and his team managed to gather enough evidence to secure a conviction.Sky Crime and streaming service NOW – 13 June 2022 

  The Mark Of A Serial Killer – Series 3The behaviours and patterns may differ, but some serial killers simply cannot resist leaving a personal mark on each of their heinous crimes. From post-mortem rituals to crime scene mementos, these perverse trademarks are often meant to taunt law enforcement but can end up providing vital clues that help the investigators bring down the perpetrator. Each episode of The Mark of a Serial Killer delves into a different case involving a serial killer signature, featuring first-hand accounts from the detectives involved as well as interviews with criminal psychology experts and those close to the victims.Sky Crime and streaming service NOW – 2 June 2022 

  Bomber: Terror of WWII If we date the Second World War from 1st September 1939 , when German forces invaded Poland, then we must date the Bombing War from Day One when four Luftwaffe bomber groups attacked Warsaw . By 6th September 1939 , the city´ s anti -aircraft defences had been reduced to a few guns and much of the Polish capital was in ruins. The destruction confirmed the fear of the bomber that had been intensified before the War by the Japanese bombing of Chinese cities and the German and Italian planes that pounded Spanish towns in the Civil War, most famously Guernica. By the time, the Second World War opened, fleets of bomber aircraft stood ready on the airfields of every combatant nation . This is the story of their war and of the remorseless development of the bombers and the weapons they delivered which reached its devastating conclusion on 6th August 1945 – at Hiroshima.Sky History and streaming service NOW – 6 June 2022 

  The Real War of Thrones In the turbulent formative centuries of early Europe, power -hungry family dynasties fought for domination of the continent. They clashed with blood and iron on the battlefields – but the real wars were complex, personal power struggles played out in private. Behind stony castle walls was a world of strategic alliance, adultery, plot, treason and murder. The ruthless intrigue tore apart many legendary families and shaped the way they ran their empires. Historian and writer Dan Jones tells the epic story of the rival dynasties that forged the history of medieval and early modern Europe. These epic struggles have blazed through the ages and would rock Europe for generations to come, and still resonate today in countless hit films and series. The real power games played out between these few wealthy families have laid down the political and social foundations of modern Europe and the Western world.Sky History and streaming service NOW – 2 June 2022 

 Critters TV Can you imagine animals watching nature documentaries on TV? Badgers giving out about foxes, owls laughing at otters, or foxes fighting over the remote control…? Well on Critters TV, for the first time in the history of television, we get the animal’s eye-view on nature docs, discover what are furry friends are really thinking, and learn some amazing facts about the natural world along the way!Sky Kids and streaming service NOW – 10 June 2022 

  The Matrix Resurrections To find out if his reality is a physical or mental construct, Mr Anderson, aka Neo, will have to choose to follow the white rabbit once more. If he’s learned anything, it’s that choice, while an illusion, is still the only way out of – or into – the Matrix. Neo already knows what he has to do, but what he doesn’t yet know is that the Matrix is stronger, more secure and far more dangerous than ever before.Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 3 June 2022 

  Last Night in Soho In acclaimed director Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller, Eloise, an aspiring fashion designer, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer, Sandie. But the glamour is not all it appears to be and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker.Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 17 June 2022 

  King Richard Armed with a clear vision and a brazen 78-page plan, Richard Williams is determined to write his daughters, Venus and Serena, into history. Training on Compton, California’s neglected tennis courts – rain or shine – the girls are shaped by their father’s unyielding commitment and their mother’s balanced perspective and keen intuition, defying the seemingly insurmountable odds and prevailing expectations laid before them. Featuring a Academy Award® and BAFTA®-winning performance from Will Smith, King Richard follows the uplifting journey of a family whose unwavering resolve and unconditional belief ultimately delivers two of the world’s greatest sports legends.Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 24 June 2022 

  Last Seen Alive Will Spann (Gerard Butler) is driving his soon-to-be ex-wife Lisa (Jaimie Alexander) to her parents’ home when she mysteriously disappears without a trace during a stop at a gas station. A frantic Will engages the local police and Lisa’s parents in a desperate attempt to find her, but as time passes and suspicion falls on him, he must take matters into his own hands, delving into the town’s criminal underbelly while running from the authorities in a race against time to find Lisa.Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 10 June 2022 

  Clifford the Big Red Dog When middle-schooler Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) meets a magical animal rescuer (John Cleese) who gifts her a little, red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant ten-foot hound in her small New York City apartment. While her single mom (Sienna Guillory) is away for business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) set out on an adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat as our heroes take a bite out of the Big Apple. Based on the beloved Scholastic book character, Clifford will teach the world how to love big!Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 26 June 2022 

  The Electrical Life of Louis Wain The extraordinary true story of eccentric British artist Louis Wain (Benedict Cumberbatch), whose playful, sometimes even psychedelic pictures helped to transform the public’s perception of cats forever. Moving from the late 1800s through to the 1930s, we follow the incredible adventures of this inspiring, unsung hero, as he seeks to unlock the “electrical” mysteries of the world and, in so doing, to better understand his own life and the profound love he shared with his wife Emily Richardson (Claire Foy).Sky Cinema and streaming service NOW – 19 June 2022 


Strawberry Blond TV wins double commission for Channel 4 and More4

Strawberry Blond TV wins double commission for Channel 4 and

Strawberry Blond TV has been commissioned to make two new series for Channel 4 and More4.

Huge Homes with Hugh Dennis sees the actor and comedian unlock the doors to some of the largest domestic dwellings across the UK. In a celebration of everything massive, Hugh explores a variety of gigantic homes from the colossal Broughton Hall with its own private railway to a jaw-dropping island fort off the coast of West Wales.

Over four episodes, Hugh will see astonishing conversions and meet eccentric owners as he journeys through a gargantuan domestic wonderland. Along the way, he’ll tell the stories of each immense property and he’ll also be getting his hands dirty with some of the tasks needed to keep the huge homes in full working order – including cleaning chandeliers and a marathon six hours of hoovering.

Strangers on a Plane is a new stripped daytime format that sees five strangers compete to prove they can holiday better than anyone else. At the start of the week, five holiday-hungry Brits jet off to the same popular holiday destination for a five-day getaway, with each traveller taking control of the group’s activities for 24 hours.

As each holidaymaker takes their turn to plan their perfect day, they must make the key decisions: what accommodation everyone stays in, where they all eat, what activities the group does and what the evening entertainment is. The sky’s the limit on imagination but the budget is set and if they overspend, they could soon end up with a holiday nightmare.

At the end of each week, the group votes on who planned the best day, with the winner enjoying another week in the sun with a friend or family member. Everyone has a different idea of what makes a good holiday and these strangers on a plane will need to please more than just themselves if they’re to emerge a holiday hero.

Gill Brown, commissioning executive for Channel 4, said: “I’m thrilled to have commissioned two hugely entertaining series from the team at Strawberry Blond. Hugh Dennis is the perfect tour guide around an eclectic mix of fantastic, not to mention gigantic, homes that I’m sure our More 4 audience will find fascinating, while Strangers on a Plane is set to be a wild and raucous daytime delight on Channel 4. I can’t wait to see what our holidaymakers get up to.”

Steve Wynne, CEO, Strawberry Blond TV, said: “We’re now only pitching shows that involve going on sunny holidays or looking around massive houses – luckily Channel 4 loved both ideas. It’s a dream to be making two original series for More4 and Channel 4 – they both have the humour and warmth that runs through Strawberry Blond.”

Huge Homes with Hugh Dennis is a 4×60’ peak series for More4 and Strangers on Plane is a 20×30’ daytime series for Channel 4. Both series were commissioned by Jo Street, Head of Daytime and Features and Gill Brown, commissioning executive for Daytime and Features at Channel 4. The series are made by Strawberry Blond TV’s Scotland base. Steve Wynne is executive producer of Strangers on a Plane and Audrey Neil is executive producer of Huge Homes with Hugh Dennis.

Huge Homes with Hugh Dennis will air on More 4 later this year and casting for Strangers on a Plane is underway now. To apply to take part, visit:

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BBC examines the work of T.S. Eliot at the centenary of The Waste Land

BBC examines the work of T.S. Eliot at the centenary

Programmes across TV and radio examine the life and work of one of Britain’s most influential writers.

This year the BBC marks the centenary of T.S. Eliot’s groundbreaking work The Waste Land with a range of programming across the BBC looking at his life and work.

Beginning on 10 July on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Sounds, He Do The Wasteland In Different Voices will see the poem performed for the first time as if an audio drama, the text unchanged from the original, but with a focus on the collection of voices within it. Permission was granted from the Eliot estate to mark the centenary with this new adaptation.

Recorded word for word, the performance features an ensemble cast including the likes of Paul Ready (The Terror; Motherland), Maggie Steed (Ten Percent); Adrian Edmondson (The Young Ones) and David Haig (My Boy Jack; Killing Eve) as they bring the characters from the poem to life. They include the mysterious Madame Sosostris who, in a seedy room, turns the cards; a poet and his wife, both miserable in their marriage, waiting for something to happen, and a street prophet with visions of the future finding his faith tested.

Capturing the slipperiness and unease of the post-war period, the performance will also feature the work of award-winning sound designer David Thomas. Carefully created to evoke a sense of fractured time, with haunting whispers of catastrophes to come, the sound remains faithful to the themes of anxiety, loss and anger found within the text as well as the uncertainty of the modern age we currently live in.

The programme will be preceded by a feature about the poem, with leading Eliot scholars Dr Lyndall Gordon, Professor Mark Ford, Professor Seamus Perry, Professor Stephen Connor and Nancy Fulford, archivist for the T S Eliot Estate. Taking listeners into the Eliot archive, the feature will contextualise the text and provide insight into Eliot’s own inspirations as well as the story behind the Waste Land.

Later this year on BBC Two and iPlayer is T.S. Eliot: Into ‘The Waste Land’, a new documentary uncovering the hidden personal story behind Eliot’s creation of his celebrated poem, directed by Susanna White.

For decades, Eliot actively discouraged biographical interpretations of his work, developing an ‘impersonal theory’ of poetry in which the private life of a poet was deemed irrelevant. But in 2020 there were dramatic new revelations which uncovered that, behind Eliot’s mask, there was a much more personal story to be found within The Waste Land.

In January 2020, more than 1000 of Eliot’s private letters were unsealed at Princeton University Library, 60 years after they were first deposited there. These letters to his confidante and muse Emily Hale have finally unveiled Eliot’s hidden heart, and the personal breakdown behind the creation of his most famous work. Eliot’s letters illuminate what appears to have been a complex yet unspoken emotional triangle within the poet’s life in which he was pulled between his troubled relationship with his first wife Vivien, and his enduring feelings for his first love, Emily Hale.

Both women appear to have played key roles in the genesis of the poem.

Moving through all five sections of the poem, the documentary explores many different facets of The Waste Land, from Eliot’s state of mind during each phase, to the different places where it was composed. Featuring contributions from actor and director Fiona Shaw and composer Max Richter; poets Hannah Sullivan and Daljit Nagra; Eliot’s biographer Lyndall Gordon, Vivien’s biographer Ann Pasternak Slater and Faber Poetry Editor Matthew Hollis. Simon Russell Beale performs specially recorded readings of the poem, in conjunction with Eliot’s own hypnotic reading of his work.

In October on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer, Ralph Fiennes’ exquisite performance of T.S. Eliot’s poetic masterpiece Four Quartets is translated from stage to screen by director Sophie Fiennes. Early in the Covid pandemic, Fiennes set himself the challenge of committing Four Quartets to memory. Written by Eliot in the shadow of the Second World War, the poem is a searching examination of who – and what – we are. Four Quartets offers four interwoven meditations on the nature of time, faith and the quest for spiritual enlightenment in one of the poet’s final great works and the questions, imagery and emotions it produces still bear powerful relevance today.

On Radio 4 and BBC Sounds in November is Hold On Tight: The Women Of The Waste Land, arts writer and broadcaster Jude Rogers immerses herself in the worlds and the voices of the women inside and outside T.S. Eliot’s extraordinary poem. Blending historical and literary insight with radiophonic and aural magic and imagination, Jude’s explorations are arrestingly sound designed by producer Steven Rajam.

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Channel 4 appoints Charlie Perkins as Head Of Comedy

Channel 4 appoints Charlie Perkins as Head Of Comedy

Channel 4 has appointed Charlie Perkins as Head of Comedy. Charlie will report directly into Chief Content Officer Ian Katz and will manage a team comprising newly promoted Commissioning Editor Laura Riseam and Commissioning Executive Joe Hullait. Charlie will also oversee the appointment of a new Senior Commissioning Editor.

Ian Katz, Chief Content Officer, Channel 4 said: “Channel 4 comedy has always been about betting on brilliant and iconoclastic new talent and Charlie is squarely in that tradition. She has an unerring ear for funny, has nurtured and collaborated with some of Britain’s most exciting and distinctive comedy talent and had an ambitious and original vision for the future of Channel 4 comedy. With a succession of wonderful shows from Derry Girls to We are Lady Parts and Big Boys, Fiona McDermott has delivered a purple patch for Channel 4 comedy and, along with Laura and Joe, I’m convinced that Charlie will continue that success.”

Charlie joins the multi-award-winning Channel 4 Comedy department from Blink Industries where she was Head of Comedy, having begun her career working on shows such as Little Britain, French & Saunders, Benidorm and Mock the Week, moving on to become a Producer at the infamous alternative comedy venue The Invisible Dot, BBC Radio Comedy and Cave Bear Productions. In 2009, Charlie founded the Bristol Revunions whose alumni during her time included Jamie Demetriou, Charlotte Ritchie, Ellie White and Joe Hampson. In 2013, Charlie founded The Paddock comedy collective, an experimental, new material platform for performers and filmmakers. She is also one of the Co-Founders of the Live Comedy Association and Founder of the Free-Free Movement.

At Blink Industries, Charlie Produced cult comedy series Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared which will air on Channel 4 later this year and during her time there the company has been behind the hit Netflix 2D animated series Dead End: Paranormal Park as well as E4 short-form animated format Blind Love on a First Date Island; and C4 Blap Sam Campbell: Get Real Dude.

Charlie Perkins said: “Creating platforms and opportunities for people to develop and thrive in their work has been the primary focus of my career to date – prioritising creative freedom, originality, tenacity and passion. I’m unbelievably honoured to now get to do this at scale at Channel 4; the place where all of our favourite comedy shows come from, a place which has vitality, risk-taking and art at its very core. Comedy is tattooed on my soul and I cannot wait to get started.”

Charlie joins later this year. Recruitment is underway for the new Senior Commissioning Editor role.

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