Five must-see TV highlights for the week ahead

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It's forecast to be a freezing week across the UK, so what better time to curl up on the sofa and enjoy some TV treats? Here's our pick of the next seven days' best television.


1. The X Files - Monday 5th February at 9pm on Channel 5

FBI agents Mulder and Scully are back for a long-awaited eleventh season, with Scully recovering hospital after being found unconscious on the floor of her FBI office. And something weird is going on inside her brain...

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2. What Would Your Kid Do? - Tuesday at 8pm on ITV

Jason Manford asks parents to guess the behaviour of their children in an amusing 'gameshow' vaguely reminiscent of a segment from Noel's House Party.

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3. The Winter Olympics - from Friday at 10:30am across the BBC

The 2018 Winter Olympics is being held in South Korea for the first time. Join Claire Balding for coverage of the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang, plus coverage of live events with Team GB aiming to win a record number of medals.



4. Jamestown - Friday 9th February on Sky One

This lavish period drama sees our trio of settlers for face life-threatening dangers as they try to make new lives for themselves in America.

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5. Newcastle Utd v Manchester Utd and Southampton v Liverpool - Sunday 11th February from 2pm on Sky Sports Premier League

Manchester United and Liverpool face a tough task if they are to close the gasp on Manchester City at the top of the table. On Sunday afternoon they face tough away fixtures at either end of the country. See how they fare live on Sky Sport Premier League.

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