Come Dine with Me: Supersized (S7)Sundays at 21:25
Five strangers, who love to entertain, take it in turns to throw a dinner party in their own personal style. But this is no ordinary supper – after each dinner, the guests secretly score the host a mark out of ten. The food, entertainment and atmosphere are taken into account when scoring, and the top-scoring host wins £1000.
All the contestants think they know exactly what makes the perfect dinner party, but not everyone likes Stilton ice cream, cross dressing waiters and performing Yorkshire Terrier dogs.
Him & Her (S2)Mondays at 22:35
Steve and Becky are young, unemployed and lazy couple. All they want to do is drink, eat and have sex – so they do. They don’t want to get a job – so they don’t.
This series sees Becky moving into Steve’s place permanently. Their relationship blossoms above the nitty gritty of living together… but there’s trouble on the horizon. Becky’s sister Laura is working with Steve’s ex-girlfriend, who’s a bit too interested in Steve. Meanwhile, upstairs, Dan’s back with his girlfriend and is more miserable than ever. And Paul’s up to his old tricks again.
The Inbetweeners (S2)Mondays at 23:10
At Rudge Park comprehensive school, our four dysfunctional friends are still desperately trying to work out how to survive.
Will is still trying to be part of the crowd, but now also has a new challenge – to raise the social standing of his new friends to 'cool'. At his side is Simon, who is still hopelessly besotted with Carli D'Amato and immediately goes along with anything she thinks is cool. Jay is still boasting of impressive exploits and sexual conquests that are just a little too fantastical to believe. And Neil is still not the brains of the outfit and his dad is definitely not gay.
The boys also get into serious trouble at a disco, fall out with a tramp on a night out, and Will and Jay disgrace themselves at an OAP home.
The Graham Norton Show (S12)Tuesdays at 22:00
The irreverent BAFTA award-winning chat show host from the Emerald Isle returns with more hilarious banter with famous folk, live music from chart-topping turns and slapstick fun with the audience.
Tuesday 21 May guest list: Hollywood heavyweight Mark Wahlberg, Shame actor Michael Fassbender and American funnywoman Sarah Silverman share all on Graham’s bright red couch. Plus live music from British singer-songwriter Laura Mvula.
The Pranker (S1)Wednesdays at 22:35
Get ready to meet some of the most irritating and bizarre characters ever created as Ross Lee unleashes his special brand of wind-up comedy on the unsuspecting public.
Brace yourself for Joe ‘If I'm gonna buy it, I'm gonna try it!’ Walters insisting on giving everything a test run before making a purchase, the man who swims widths in the local pool annoying folk dutifully swimming lengths and the accident-prone office cleaner who insists on clearing up while people are still working.
Fast-paced, feel-good and packed with laughs, The Pranker plays on Ross's unique sense of humour, his gift of improvisation, his physicality, warmth and him being ever so slightly… odd!
Alan Carr Chatty Man (S10)Thursdays at 22:00
Alan Carr welcomes a glittering array of celebrities from the world of entertainment to his sofa, pours dubious tipples to get guests loose-lipped and serves side-splitting high jinks along the way.
Thursday 23 May guest list: Alan chats to comedian and Gavin & Stacey star Rob Brydon, male supermodel David Gandy and actress Amanda Holden. Plus pop songstress Jessie Ware performs her latest single Imagine It Was Us live in the studio.
Doctor Who (S6)Fridays at 17:30
The Doctor returns, alongside newlyweds Amy and Rory, to face monsters, mysteries and adventures across time and space.
The trio find themselves in 1960s America, battling the invasion the world forgot, then journey on the high seas of 1696 aboard a pirate ship, to solve the mystery of the Siren. In a bubble universe at the very edge of reality, the Doctor meets an old friend with a new face, and after a solar tsunami sends the TARDIS hurtling towards a factory on earth, the Doctor faces a race against time in an attempt to prevent an all-out civil war.
With the stakes higher than ever and astonishing twists and revelations, this is Doctor Who at its very best!