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With her wisdom, empathy and effortless traveller chic (she’s never without a perfectly paired floaty scarf), Joanna (above) remains our favourite among ITV’s roster of travelogue presenters.
This new three-part series sees her tour India, the country of her birth.
She begins at a stunning temple in Madurai, before getting stuck in to motorbiking around hairpin bends, searching for wild elephants among tea plantations and meeting transgender women who struggle to fit into society.
While many of the stories she hears are touching, humour is never far away with Joanna – at a jute mill she is so taken with the stuff she licks it, much to the surprise of the mill owner. Varied, informative and – with that voice – soothing, this is a lovely hour of telly.
Prince Harry’s (Richard Goulding, centre) girlfriend Meghan Markle is introduced to the Royals as series two begins.
And we’d love to know if their real-life meeting was as hilarious. Kathryn Drysdale (left) plays the American actress, joining a cast – including Morgana Robinson as Pippa Middleton (right) – who are just as terrific as before.
Full of genuinely laugh-out-loud lines, it’s rude, irreverent and brilliant.
Alan Titchmarsh (centre) and the team set out to transform the concrete back garden of 87-year-old twins Rita and Betty Mills (l-r) – who’ve had to move into a bungalow for health reasons – into a beautiful retreat.
Their fellow parishioners at Salford Cathedral believe they deserve an outdoor space that reflects their sunny personalities. It’ll make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
Nothing in this series goes quite the way you’d expect. When Nas’ mum finds out she’s considering an arranged marriage, she’s livid.
Nas insists she wants to carry on and manages to talk her round, but the pressure of it all – and hiding her sexuality – eventually means she breaks down. Amy-Leigh Hickman (above) is superb as Nas in an episode of brilliant TV. Watch it.
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