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What's On TV Tonight? Tuesday, 20th April TV Schedule

What's On TV Tonight? Tuesday, 20th April TV Schedule

TV guide and schedule for the UK tonight.

Laura Sanders

Laura Sanders

If there's one thing which has been keeping us going through lockdown, it's a good bit of TV. Here's our guide to anything which is new and noteworthy on TV in the UK tonight.

Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-up Star, BBC iPlayer at 7pm and BBC One at 10:45pm

BBC Glow Up series 3 April 2021 Maya Jama
BBC Glow Up series 3 April 2021 Maya Jama

BBC Three's Glow Up series 3 airs tonight. The lady who made 'ding-dong!' a thing, Val Garland is back with her sidekick, Dominic Skinner, as they set ten new contestants a series of make-up challenges. Maya Jama takes over from Stacey Dooley as presenter of the hit show.

Make-up: A Glamorous History, BBC Two at 9pm

If Glow Up isn't enough of a fix for you, there's a brand new series on BBC Two which looks at how make-up has evolved through time. Make-up artist Lisa Eldridge presents the show as she unveils the beauty looks of three iconic moments in British history. The first episode looks into the beauty looks of the high Georgians.

All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star, BBC Two at 8pm

Katherine Ryan hosts the show where talented up-and-coming jewellery designers compete and prove they're the rightful next big jewellery-making sensation. Set in a specially built-workshop in Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter, this week's challenge is to make a chain collar and a sweetheart brooch. The first episode, which aired last week, is available on iPlayer.

The Syndicate, BBC One at 9pm

Neil Morrissey, Joe Sugg, Taj Atwal, Katherine Rose Morley and Kym Marsh star in the latest series of The Syndicate. The BBC tells viewers "an unexpected arrival in Monaco threatens to derail the syndicate's plans to get their ticket back. Meanwhile, Frank is rattled when he is confronted by an official investigator."

Snackmasters: Shreddies, Channel 4 at 9pm

Fred Sirieix challenges two chefs to replicate the popular breakfast cereal Shreddies in the show where Michelin star chefs struggle to make the nation's favourite snacks and fast-foods. In previous challenges, Daniel Clifford and Claude Bosi previously failed to win a Snackmasters trophy - Clifford with his KitKat and Bosi with his Burger King "Whopper". Will they get it right this week?

Doctors Of War: Saving Lives, Channel 5 at 10pm

Doctors of War: Saving Lives '
Channel 5

Feature length documentary which provides a unique insight into one of the world's largest refugee camps through the eyes of UK surgeon, John Buckels, and a team of international and local medics. South Sudan has been torn apart by war for more than a decade and viewers watch the medics fighting to save lives in this unforgiving environment.

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Topics: TV & Film