Five must-see TV highlights for the week ahead

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The Easter holidays are here, and there are some egg-cellent offerings on the TV this week. Check out our recommendations below:

1. Kiss Me First - Monday 2nd April at 10pm on Channel 4

This sci-fi thriller sees computer game fan Leila discover a secret paradise hidden within her favourite virtual reality game.

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2. First Dates - Wednesday 4th April at 9pm on Channel 4

The popular dating show returns and sparks are flying around the restaurant when Stuart's cheeky humour has fellow divorcee Claire in stitches.

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3. The City and The City - Friday 7th April at 9pm on BBC2

When the body of a foreign student is discovered in the streets of the down-at-heel city of Besźel, it's just another day's work for David Morrissey's Inspector Tyador Borlú.

4. Bahrain Grand Prix - Sunday 7th April at 4.10pm on Sky Sports F1

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The teams have left Australia after an intriguing race one of the 2018 season, now they will face off in the desert with Lewis Hamilton aiming to convert his qualifying pace into a win.

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5. Spider-Man Homecoming (Cert 12A) own on TalkTalk TV

On-demand viewers can now download and keep this Marvel action-adventure, starring Tom Holland, through their TalkTalk TV boxes or online.

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