Five must-see TV highlights for the week ahead

Collateral

The Winter Olympics are underway in South Korea so whether you fancy some drama, a documentary or live sport, there's plenty of great TV to watch this week. Here's our pick of the next seven days' best television.


1. Collateral - Monday 12th February at 9pm on BBC One

An all-star cast including Jon Simm, Carey Mulligan and Billie Piper come together for this gripping four-part drama following a tenacious detective and the spiralling repercussions surrounding the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man.

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2. Earth's Natural Wonders - Wednesday 14th February at 8pm on BBC One

Back for a second series, this wonderfully shot production from BBC Nature examines what it takes to survive in some of the most extreme places on the planet.

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3. Bliss - Wednesday 14th February at 9pm on Sky One

This comedy drama stars Stephen Mangan alongside Heather Graham and Jo Hartley. It follows the double life of Andrew, a guilt-racked travel writer, who flits between two sets of wives and children whose existences are unknown to each other.

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4. Women's Skeleton at the Winter Olympics - Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February at 11am on BBC One

Join Claire Balding and the BBC Sport team as they present live coverage of the heats (Friday) and final runs (Saturday) of Team GB's reigning Olympic Skeleton champion, Lizzy Yarnold.

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5. Norwich v Ipswich - Sunday 18th February from 12pm on Sky Sports Football

The East Anglian derby is one of the fiercest in English football, no matter which division it's being played in. With the Premier League taking a weekend off in lieu of the FA Cup, this Championship fixture takes centre stage on Sunday lunchtime and should provide plenty of fireworks.

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