Here’s a nice little selection to end your week with, particularly if you’re stuck indoors self-isolating.

Although, if you’re really worried about how bad the Corona Virus is going to get then my film choice may not be for you.

Reality TV

Real Housewives of Potomac

One of the most underrated versions of this franchise ends its fourth season with drama, share AND tea. Basically, exactly how it’s been since its sophomore year.

If you like your TV shallow, overdressed and with a huge dose of weave then this is for you.

And it’s the perfect time to catch yourself up before the interesting reunion.

ITVBe @ 10pm


Sport Relief 2020: The best bits

Now that most of the sporting calendar has been cancelled, you might be like me and getting the early stages of withdrawal. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

So here’s something light and fluffy to tick your sport and your feel-good fix. The charity does great work and has enough of the UK’s favourite presenters, stars and athletes to keep everyone happy.

BBC1 @ 4.45pm


Columbo / Law & Order: SVU / Chicago PD

If you like your crime, mystery and intrigue simple and uncomplicated then 5USA have got your back all day long this Sunday.

Seven, yes SEVEN, movies with the legendary Columbo solving the cases will leave you with the perfect excuse not to leave the sofa.

Then as the lights go on, it’ll get a little darker with Olivia Benson, Detective Voight and their respective crews.

5Star from 9am


Blade: Trinity

Wesley Snipes is back and badder than ever in the final piece of this comic book trilogy.

It’s not the best of the three films but I do love Snipes and RZA once again produces an amazing movie soundtrack.

Escapism at its best.

ITV4 @ 10.10pm



I love anything a little different. To many shows these days make it feel like we’re watching a remake. People need to realise that different and varied voices create new ideas. (See: Top Boy)

So this show about a disillusioned couple and their enigmatic lodger makes a nice change. We watch as Ray, who’s French, changes their lives, hearts and their minds.

BBC2 @ 10pm