Wondering what to watch on UK TV this week?
There's a busy week ahead on terrestrial, satellite and streaming TV with new rock docs, big budget dramas, and James Bond's reality TV debut all coming to screens across the next seven days from Saturday 4 November to Friday 10 November.
Here's your guide to the best shows to watch on UK TV this week.
Saturday 4 November, 8:25pm: The Voice UK | ITV
Aspiring singers are set to take to the stage for The Voice UK in a bid to impress judges Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am and finally catch their big break.
Saturday 4 November, 8.30pm: The Beatles and the BBC | BBC Two
With Beatlemania being revived through the launch of Now and Then — the first new Fab Four song in decades — the Beeb is celebrating its long-standing relationship with John, Paul, George and Ringo with a new documentary looking back at some key moments that saw the BBC document The Beatles’ journey.
Sunday, 5 November, 9pm: Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins final | Channel 4
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins has seen a variety of famous faces take on the arduous training of real military personnel, and now it is time for the final with Danielle Lloyd, Matt Hancock, Gareth Gates, Teddy Soares and Perri Shakes Drayton racing to the finish line.
Sunday, 5 November: Lawman: Bass Reeves | Paramount+
David Oyelewo stars as the legendary Wild West lawman Bass Reeves in this new eight-part drama series from Taylor Sheridan, the creator of Yellowstone. Debuting with two episodes of Paramount+, the show will tell the story of the man known as the greatest frontier hero in American history.
Sunday, 5 November, 9pm: JFK: One Day In America | National Geographic
JFK: One Day In America is the second instalment of National Geographic’s Emmy-winning One Day In America series, looking back on the tragic day, 60 years ago, when John F Kennedy was assassinated.
The landmark docu-series weaves archival footage, some colourised for the first time, in addition to on-camera testimonies from witnesses who have never spoken before. The first two episodes will air on 5 November, with the third part on Monday.
Tuesday, 7 November, 9pm: Louis Theroux interviews... Anthony Joshua | BBC Two
Louis Theroux is one of the great interviewers of our time and has spoken with many people to bring their stories to light. In a new series, Theroux will speak to several stars and delve deeper into their experiences, the first of whom is boxer Anthony Joshua.
Tuesday, 7 November, 9:45pm: Live at the Apollo | BBC Two
Sit back and enjoy a few laughs with a new series of Live at the Apollo, which sees an array of talented comedians share their best punch lines for you.
Wednesday, 8 November: Robbie Williams | Netflix
Let Robbie Williams Entertain You as he gives audiences a backstage look at his life from the dizzying highs to the lowest of the low points. The Netflix docuseries promised behind the scenes never seen before footage.
Wednesday, 8 November: Culprits | Disney+
A British original Disney+ series, Culprits follows family man Joe (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) whose past comes back to haunt him years after taking part in a heist for criminal Dianne Harewood (Gemma Arterton)
Wednesday, 8 November: The Buccaneers | Apple TV+
Apple TV+ are giving their answer to Bridgerton with The Buccaneers, which follows a group of young American women who travel to England to debut into society and find themselves an aristrocrat.
Thursday, 9 November, 9pm: Stacey Dooley: Inside The Undertakers | BBC One
In her latest investigative documentary, Stacey Dooley seeks to look closer at death through an examination of the work of undertaking at a well established funeral home.
Friday, 10 November, 9pm: The Last Leg | Channel 4
Adam Hills, Alex Brooker, and Josh Widdicombe are back to give their sharp-witted take on what is happening in the news, and the trio will once again be joined by a variety of guest stars who will dive into the latest world events.
Friday, 10 November: 007: Road To A Million | Prime Video
The James Bond series is taking its first foray into unscripted television with a globe-trotting new reality series that sets nine pairs of ordinary people on a mission across the world in a bid to win up to £1m. Standing between them and the money is Brian Cox's The Controller, who has set ten fiendishly tricky questions for the duos to answer, dotted across the planet in locations that will be familiar to 007 fans.