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Saturday, February 18th
Dame Vera Lynn: Happy 100th birthday
Katie Derham is our host for this celebration of the life and career of the legendary Dame Vera Lynn. Vera celebrates her 100th birthday on Monday and this marks thus BBC special marks the occasions with archive footage, interviews with those who know her best and appearances from stars and entertainers such as Paul McCartney and Barry Humphries.
Premier League – Bournemouth v Swansea – 5pm on BT Sport 1, 4K UHD and the BT Sport App
Chelsea may be racing away in the title race, but the battle to avoid relegation is getting more intriguing and intense every weekend in the Premier League.
Two strugglers, Bournemouth and Swansea would get a huge boost if they could claim a win in front of the BT Sport cameras on Saturday.
Bournemouth won their first game of 2017 last weekend, but are still just six points above the danger zone and three points clear of Paul Clements rejuvenated Welsh side in 16th.
Sunday, February 19th
SS-GB – 9pm on BBC One, iPlayer and BT TV Catch-Up
This alternate reality drama about what life might have been like the Nazis had won the Battle of Britain has had its detractors and faults – none bigger than its issues with sound quality in episode one.
However, if you lasted past mumble-gate, this tense thriller has been an intriguing Sunday night treat and tonight’s finale will hopefully have an explosive ending fitting for the twists and turns.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians - 9pm on E!, BT TV 321/386 HD and BT TV Catch-Up
The addictive and most talked about reality series in the world is back with a whole new season of drama for Kim and her clan. There is an added level of drama for the new episodes as Kim prepares to speak publicly for the first time about being robbed at gunpoint in France and her relationship with Kanye is put under the mircoscope.
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Hap and Leonard – Tuesdays, 9pm on AMC and BT TV Catch-Up
This dark thriller has been critically acclaimed in the US and features one of the best TV trios in recent memory – James Purefoy (The Following), Michael Kenneth Williams (The Wire) and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men).
Based on the novels by Joe R. Lansdale, the six-hour series event follows Hap Collins, an East Texas white boy with a weakness for Southern women, and Leonard Pine, a gay, black Vietnam vet with a hot temper.
When Hap’s seductive ex-wife Trudy resurfaces with a deal they can’t refuse, a simple get-rich-quick scheme snowballs into bloody mayhem. Chock full of eccentric characters, Hap and Leonard provides a country twist on the classic mystery thriller.
If you’ve missed the first two episodes, catch up now on BT TV.
Love season 2 – Watch now on Netflix
This anti-rom com’s first season is hidden gem on Netflix and the second is even more daring. Off-the-rails party girl Mickey and sweet-natured dork Gus are far from standard-issue Hollywood schmaltz. The characters are smart and funny, but awkward and all over the place, too. You’ll cringe as well as coo as they bond and bicker through the tricky business of trying to get to know each other.
The Netflix tactic of releasing each series as a whole makes it dangerously easy to watch episodes back to back until well past bedtime. Settle down, plunge in and get ready to fall right into Love.