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3:30pm Wednesday, May 4 on E4

Betty struggles to impress her idol Jodie, who is an editor at YETI, and ends up breaking promises to friends and family after taking too much on.

10:30pm Tuesday, May 3 on E4

Karl contemplates how many different species are actually needed in the world, and whether or not we should keep looking for new forms of life.

10:00pm Tuesday, May 3 on E4

Cleveland and his friends prepare for Stoolbend’s annual boat race but Cleveland finds himself in a pickle when his idol moves to town and asks him to join his boating team.

10:00pm Monday, May 2 on E4

More than 1000 high street stylists applied and now just three remain in the final episode of James Brown’s search for the Great British Hairdresser.

9:00pm Monday, May 2 on E4

The glee members help out another of McKinley’s struggling clubs to raise vital funds but when Sue hears about the show of support she quickly moves to put the kibosh on it.

10:00pm Sunday, May 1 on E4

E4 first look episode: Lynette retaliates when her mother, Stella, forces the Scavos to pose for a family portrait with her obnoxious new husband Frank.

4:00pm Saturday, April 30 on E4

Lauren is angry with Steve for funding Emily’s scholarship.

11:50pm Friday, April 22 on

In tonight’s episode, the stylists get to observe a front cover photo shoot with Charlotte Church before facing job interviews with Sadie Frost and Jonathan Pang.

10:00pm Friday, April 22 on

The ground-breaking show returns to Channel 4 with a fourth series screening live every Friday and Saturday over six consecutive weekends. Viewers at home have the opportunity to play, but for the first time ever, one lucky player who beats the Drop in the online game will get the chance to take it on for real at the end of the series.

1:00pm Friday, April 22 on

Craig McCall’s documentary charts the career of the superlative British cinematographer who died in 2009. Jack Cardiff’s involvement in the medium began in the silent era as an actor, aged just four, but took off after moving behind the camera in 1935. He went on to become one of the most respected purveyors of his trade in the history of cinema. Films he lent his magic to include A Matter of Life and Death, The Red Shoes, The African Queen and The Prince and the Showgirl. He won two Oscars: the first for work on 1947’s Black Narcissus, the second an honorary Lifetime Achievement award in 2001. His story is told through interviews with the man himself and those who worked with and admired him, including Martin Scorsese, Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, Charlton Heston, John Mills and Alan Parker.

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