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From the Editor!

Every year, during the month of June, the LGBT community celebrates in several different ways. Across the globe, various events are held during this special month as a way of recognising the influence LGBT people have had around the world. Why was June chosen? Because it is when the Stonewall Riots took place, way back in 1969. As well as being a month-long celebration, Pride month is also an opportunity to peacefully protest and raise political awareness of current issues facing the community.

To mark Pride Month this year, you will find across all the channels some of the incredible shows and films available now to watch that celebrate LGBTQ+ creators, actors, and communities.

We have featured the programme AIDS: The Unheard Tapes which you can watch the first episode on BBC TWO on Monday.

The Wimbledon Championships begin this week and as a change to previous years, the live match broadcasts stay on BBC one in the evenings which means that fans of EastEnders will find it is on BBC TWO this week.

Billy Connolly: 30 Greatest Moments is a must see for his fans on Channel5 on Saturday and you can read about the programme in the magazine feature.

Other features this week include new drama with Wanted series 2 on 5STAR on Monday and The Undeclared War on Channel4 on Thursday.

If this is “your thing”, there are several documentaries investigating murder to watch this week: Murder in the Alps is on Channel4 across three nights on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

Swipe, Match, Murder: The Disappearance of Grace Millane is on Channel5 on Tuesday.

The Murder of Logan Mwangi is on ITV on Thursday.

Why Buildings Collapse is a look back at the story of Champlain Towers South in Florida on BBC TWO on Tuesday.

Skin A&E returns for another series on Channel5 on Wednesday. (This programme is NOT for the squeamish.)

 

Editor´s Pick of the week

LOST TREASURES OF ROME on Channel4 on SATURDAY at 9pm

Hidden Secrets of Pompeii

This new series follows international teams of archaeologists as they embark on a season of excavations to unravel the secrets of life in the Roman Empire. Crawling beneath Pompeii, unearthing an enormous lost coliseum, and hauling a 2000-year-old battleship ram from the depths of the ocean, they race to unlock the secrets of this ancient civilisation. In the series opener, archaeologists embark on new digs in Pompeii, to unravel the stories of the people who lived and died there. They race against the clock to unearth a sacrificial skull, uncover clues from the tomb and the mummified body of a curiously wealthy freed slave, and venture into stiflingly narrow tunnels beneath the central bathhouse.

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