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TV Highlights this weekend January 17-19

By The Citizen  |  Posted: January 17, 2014

The Graham Norton Show

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Without trying to reiterate the sad fact of it being over, we have to say it: Sherlock has finished once again.

Suddenly, life without the BBC Drama on Sunday evenings feels a whole lot emptier than it did before. No more witty repertoire and Cumberbatch striding in his coat with Watson following close behind.

And no more detective cliff hangers.

That’s where we step in to help you combat your post-Sherlock blues with our pick of the best for this weekend.

Mr Selfridge is back.

If you didn’t watch the first series, it picks up at the fifth anniversary of the Selfridges store where Harry Selfridge is trying to reunite with wife Rose.

Catch it on ITV at 9pm, Sunday.

For literature lovers, The Muskateers is one not to miss. The big budget new 10 part series is hitting the screen and is set in 17th century Paris.

Three muskateers take off in search of a missing musketeer and the storyline is set to be sophisticated, gritty and loyal to the books.

The drama kicks off on Sunday, BBC One at 9pm.

Foodies should cast their hungry eyes over Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast.

Teaming up with Sienna Miller, Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty begin their second series focusing on weekend feasts.

Head over to Channel 4, 8pm this evening for food inspiration.

If you fancy a bit of comedy, The Graham Norton Show tonight will be featuring Hollywood star Idris Elba, Olivia Colman and Lena Dunham, writer of comedy series Girls at 10.35pm on BBC One.

If you’re opting for a Friday night outing instead, get your comedy fix with Jonathan Ross on ITV at 9.45pm on Saturday night instead as he reunites with mischievous Russell Brand, presenter Dermot O’Leary and Goldie Hawn.

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  • agaga  |  January 17 2014, 6:36PM

    Sherlock was rubbish, and so are the other programs you have listed, in fact there is very little on the telly that is worth watching aka lord gaga