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A Gripping Swedish Thriller About Major Family Trauma

A Gripping Swedish Thriller About Major Family Trauma

9pm, BBC Four

In the Swedish thriller, ‘End of Summer,’ a harrowing event from Vera’s (Julia Ragnarsson) childhood haunts her. The story teases this mysterious past through gripping flashbacks. As an adult and a grief therapist, Vera encounters Isak (Erik Enge), whose own traumatic experiences drive her to confront her unsettling history and uncover the truth about what transpired. This narrative interweaves tension and intrigue, making it a promising watch.

8.25am, ITV1

Blind comedian Chris McCausland has launched his new live morning show, ‘The Chris McCausland Show.’ Despite potential challenges with autocue and camera positions, McCausland’s enthusiasm is palpable. This episode features fellow comedian Maisie Adam as a guest, promising humor and lively conversation.

11.40am, ITV1

Ainsley Harriott is back with ‘Ainsley’s National Trust Cook Off,’ setting the stage at the Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire. Nestled in scenic surroundings with a history spanning over 2,000 years, Harriott, alongside chefs Daniel Galmiche and Ruby Bhogal, rummages through the estate to craft spontaneous culinary delights. Their alfresco cooking adventures aim to please food enthusiasts and history buffs alike.

9pm, ITV2

For ‘Love Island’ aficionados, ‘Love Island: Unseen Bits’ offers extra content from the dramatic Casa Amor week. As contestants face the challenges of loyalty and temptation, fans can catch intriguing moments and surprising interactions that didn’t make the main episodes, adding another layer to the ongoing narrative of the show.

10pm, BBC Two

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Prince’s iconic album ‘Purple Rain,’ ‘Prince & His Songs at the BBC’ showcases some of his most memorable performances and profiles. The program also features renditions by artists such as Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, the Bangles, and Sinéad O’Connor, honoring Prince’s lasting influence on the music world.

12.25am, BBC One

‘Superman & Lois’ continues its late-night slot, focusing on a critical episode in the third season. Clark Kent, supposedly retired, faces new turbulence in Smallville. Lex Luthor (Michael Cudlitz), who has been imprisoned for 17 years, is about to be released and his thirst for revenge against Lois promises gripping drama.

Film choice

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F, currently on Netflix: Eddie Murphy returns in ‘Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F,’ reviving his famous role as Axel Foley. Directed by newcomer Mark Molloy, the sequel sees Murphy reunite with original cast members including Judge Reinhold, John Ashton, and Paul Reiser, while introducing new faces like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Taylour Paige. Fans eagerly await to see if Murphy can recapture Foley’s signature energy.

2.25pm; 10pm, Sky Cinema

‘Eileen,’ a psychological period thriller, stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway. Initially reminiscent of ‘Carol,’ the film takes a sharp turn into darker, more obsessive themes. Its allure lies in the unexpected twists and the intense performances by McKenzie and Hathaway, offering a compelling and suspenseful viewing experience.

Live sport

Euro 2024 Football: England vs. Switzerland, 4pm, BBC One: Gareth Southgate leads the England team as they face Switzerland, competing for a coveted spot in the Euro 2024 semi-finals. The match promises excitement and high stakes for football fans.

Source: BBC, ITV, Sky Cinema, Netflix