Music makes us lose control, but in a good way, as this week’s top five films and TV shows are all about the world of fun, entertainment and musical legends. Both old and new. From a fantastic new thriller to a laugh out loud new driving series, there is something for everyone this week…
The BRIT Awards, Out Now, ITVX, Saturday 11th February: Last night, the world of music took to the O2 Arena in London to celebrate the best songs and albums of the past year. With some big names performing and big acts winning, if you missed out on it, then you definitely need to catch up now.
Scarlett’s Driving School, 8:30pm, BBC One, Monday 13th February: Since appearing on Gogglebox, Scarlett Moffat has kept us all laughing. In this new series, she decides to finally learn to drive, with the help of experts and a fellow team of learners. Follow her and the mishaps that occur to see if she gets her licence in the end.
Better, 9pm, BBC One, Monday 13th February: Need a new show to watch after Happy Valley? This new series will keep you on the edge of your seat, as the gripping action and thrilling storyline is set to make our Mondays very intense.
The Piano, 9pm, Channel 4, Wednesday 15th February: Ever passed a musician playing the piano at a train station? In a shopping centre? Or out and about and thought they deserve to be a big star. Claudia Winkleman is about to make that happen, as she searches for the ultimate piano player.
Carnival Row (Series Two), 8am, Prime Video UK, Friday 17th February: After a hugely successful first series, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne are returning to wrap up the story in this second one. Delve into the world of magic with these two legends to find out how it is all going to end.
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