Five must-see TV highlights for the week ahead

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The Premier League may have finished but there's still plenty of exciting action on TV this week. The year's biggest musical film is available On Demand, Channel 4 will be bringing us cruise ship disasters and there's a prestigious grand prix™ on this weekend.

1. A&E Live - Tuesday at 9pm on ITV1 or the ITV Hub

This innovative series will show you an NHS A&E department as you've never seen it before. Presenter Davina McCall will be embedded with the staff of Leeds General Infirmary across the week seeing events unfold through the eyes of the doctors, nurses and paramedics.

She'll experience it, as they do, never knowing who, or what, will come through the doors next. From dealing with everyday traumas to major incidents that require life-saving treatments.

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2. The Greatest Showman (Cert PG) Own on TalkTalk TV from Monday 14th May

You can now Rent or Own this dazzling musical starring Hugh Jackman either through your TalkTalk TV box or online. The film tells the story of a visionary entertainer PT Barnum who rose from lowly beginnings to create a circus that became a worldwide sensation. The film has had huge commercial success in cinemas, having taken nearly £50m at the UK box office alone.

3. Cruises from Hell: Caught on Camera Thursday at 8pm on Channel 4

This documentary features footage ranging from hair-raising to hilarious, and shows the various things that can go wrong when we venture onto water. Expect to see cruise ships getting pounded by extraordinary weather and kayaking trips going wildly wrong.

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4. How the Young Ones Changed Comedy - Saturday at 9pm on GOLD

This lively documentary combines archive footage from the legendary BBC comedy with revealing interviews from many of the stars who were involved. This includes stars such as Ade Edmonson, Nigel Planer and Alexei Sayle. In addition to this, comedians including David Baddiel, Charlie Higson and Clive Anderson discuss how the show influenced them and galvanised the British comedy scene.

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5. The Monaco Grand Prix™ - across the weekend on Sky Sports F1

Following Lewis Hamilton's dominant performance in Spain, his rivals will be aiming to peg him back in the Principality. Last season Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen completed a Ferrari one-two and the Italian team will once again be in contention. Meanwhile, the Red Bull team will be hoping their drivers can avoid crashing into each other like they did during the previous street race in Baku.

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