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From the Editor!

Could your job be done by a robot? According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), half of all jobs in Spain are at risk of disappearing or of significantly transforming due to automation. However, attempts to replace workers with machines have come up against an unexpected obstacle: judges. In the past few months, several sentences have ruled that a worker cannot be fired because a company has introduced new software or a robot that is more efficient.

The summer season of live sport continues on TV this week but if you look through the listings´ pages, you will find many interesting programmes some of which we have featured for you to read about in the magazine this week.

Les Dawson: 30 Greatest Moments continues the series on Channel5 on Saturday.

Van Der Valk starring Marc Warren returns to ITV on Sunday.

Channel4 on Sunday is showing three documentaries on various Royal themes: Queen Victoria and the British Maharajah, The Real Windsors, and India 1947: Partition in Colour.

Women’s Health: Breaking the Taboos is a ground-breaking series showing on Channel5 from Tuesday to Friday.

The Fringe, Fame And Me on BBC TWO on Wednesday celebrates the 75th birthday of The Edinburgh Festival.

There is a documentary on Channel4 about Cryptocurrency on Tuesday.

Shetland returns for series 7 on BBC one on Wednesday.

Changing Rooms on Wednesday and George Clarke´s Old House, New Home on Thursday both return with new series to Channel4.

Britain’s Poshest Farm Shop is new on Channel5 on Friday.

Other programmes to mention include series 7 of Long Lost Family: What Happened Next on ITV on Monday

Secrets of the Spies is new on ITV on Tuesday.

Celebrity MasterChef returns on Wednesday and Thursday on BBC one.

 

Editor´s Pick of the week

GOOD GRIEF WITH REVEREND RICHARD COLES

on Channel4 on Monday at 11pm

When Reverend Richard Coles' husband David died at the end of 2019, he found himself alone for the first time in 12 years. As someone who deals with the aftermath of death in his profession, he thought he'd be well equipped to deal with it, but when it happened to him, he realised he wasn't. In this new documentary, Rev Coles opens up the conversation around bereavement and how to live with loss. Setting off on a personal grief voyage, Richard tries some unconventional activities that have helped others, as he faces his own emotions. From laughter yoga and playing with therapy alpacas, to finding solidarity and solace by embarking on a grief cruise alongside others who are grieving, Rev Coles embraces a range of new and unusual ways to tackle his loss and live with a good grief.

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