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From the Editor!

Do you use CBD products? A powerful pain reliever drug previously banned for 84 years has now been legalised in Alicante. For millions battling daily discomfort, this news couldn't be more exciting. A next generation CBD technology is now available across Spain and can be purchased without a prescription. And the best part is that it uses a new delivery system that’s 450% more absorbable than oils, capsules, and creams and tastes amazing, giving you 5 times more relief for your money without leaving a sour taste in your mouth.

The World Cup in Qatar dominates the TV schedules but for non-footy fans there are alternative programmes available. We have featured some new ones for you to read about in the magazine this week.

Simon Schama’s History of Now is a new series starting on BBC TWO on Sunday.

Trailblazers: A Rocky Mountain Road Trip is also new on BBC TWO on Monday.

Scandal!: When Sven Scored With Ulrika is on Channel5 on Tuesday.

The prison documentary series continues with HMP Full Sutton on Channel5 on Wednesday.

Georgia Toffolo: In Search of Perfect Skin is a personal documentary on ITV2 on Wednesday.

Murder on the Doorstep: Who Killed Alistair Wilson? asks the question on Channel5 on Thursday.

A one hour special of Food Unwrapped travels to Scandinavia on Channnel4 on Thursday.

Granite Harbour is a new thriller drama series on BBC one on Friday.

Also, the Naughty Tories series on Saturday on Channel5 continues with The Jeffrey Archer Scandal.

Davina McCall presents The Sun's Who Cares Wins Awards celebrating the healthcare heroes who deserve to be recognised for their incredible achievements on Channel4 on Sunday.

Series 11 of Celbs Go Dating begins each weeknight on E4. Joining the agency this year are 1980s pop queen Sinitta, former Hollyoaks legend Gary Lucy, Love Island's Laura Anderson, Apprentice star Navid Sole, Geordie Shore glamour puss Bethan Kershaw and making his return is... TOWIE lothario Pete Wicks.

Celebrating 45 years of the classic bloopers show, David Walliams returns as the Captain of the Cockups! in It'll Be Alright On The Night on Friday on ITV1.

A special episode follows the creation of Grayson's Art Club's third national exhibition on Channel4 on Friday.

An important note for Strictly fans: the quarterfinal show will be on Friday this week to make way for the football next Saturday.


Editor´s pick of the week

A Royal Grand Design on itv1 on Wednesday at 10pm

Over a decade in the making, this insightful film tells the story of a Prince with an incredibly ambitious plan to save an 18th century stately home in the most rundown area of the UK and turn it into a self-sufficient gem which would help to regenerate the local community. When HRH took on the house, it was, in his own words, 'an appalling risk’. He led a consortium that paid £45m for the dilapidated estate. Now, this hour-long special provides an insight into The Prince’s commitment and passion for this Royal Grand Design.