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What’s on this week: Monday 22 – Sunday 28, March


by Holly O'Neill
22nd Mar 2021

Read time: 2 minutes

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In need of ideas on how to spend your week? Here are our TV and movie picks, streaming site additions and documentaries to cosy up with.

Queen Elizabeth: Love, Honour and Crown – Royals Declassified, Channel 4, out now

On Sunday, Channel 4 aired Queen Elizabeth: Love, Honour and Crown – Royals Declassified, an examination of several conflicts pitching during the Queen’s reign, including recently declassified letters and documents, with one shedding light on Princess Margaret’s engagement to Peter Townsend and how the Queen and Prime Minister Anthony Eden struck a deal for a wedding to go ahead.

Fleabag, RTE2, Monday March 22, 9pm

You’re well overdue a Fleabag rewatch, and season 2 starts on RTE2 this Monday, with more sexual adventures, relatable constant self-assessment, familial passive-aggression and importantly, the Hot Priest.

Kate Garraway: Finding Derek, ITV, Tuesday March 23, 9pm

Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway documents how coronavirus has changed her life, following her husband Derek Draper’s hospitalisation last March, and meets other families affected over the last year.

The Irregulars, Netflix, Friday March 26

Another take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novels begins this week, this time as a supernatural drama set in Victorian London, following the troubled street teens who help solve crimes.

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