See What TV Shows Are On Freeview Play This Week!

From compelling crime dramas to comedy series, intriguing documentaries, and a variety of other genres, there is a wealth of fantastic television content available for live and on-demand viewing on Freeview Play. If you’re unsure about what to watch next, we at Mitchell & Brown compiled a roundup of some of the top TV shows airing in the coming week to assist you in making your decision.


Monday 4th March

Inside Our Autistic Minds

After revealing his own autism diagnosis to the public, naturalist and presenter Chris Packham has received an influx of letters and emails from fellow autistic individuals expressing frustration at the lack of understanding from friends, family, and colleagues. In this series, Chris aims to bridge this gap.

Airing at 9 pm on BBC Two.

Celebrity Big Brother

AJ Odudu and Will Best take on the role of hosts as the latest group of well-known personalities entering the iconic Big Brother house is unveiled, marking the beginning of the ultimate social experiment.

With notable names such as former X-Factor judges Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne, former This Morning host Fern Britton and many more heading into the house, it is sure to be an entertaining series ahead! 

9pm on ITV1.

Tuesday 5th March

Sarah Everard: The Search for Justice

The killing of 33-year-old Sarah Everard by a serving Metropolitan Police officer, who abducted her as she walked home in south London in March 2021, marked a pivotal moment for the nation. This documentary examines the Metropolitan Police’s inquiry into Sarah’s murder, delving into the unfolding of this tragic crime and its repercussions, narrated by those intimately connected to the case from the beginning.

9pm on BBC One



24 Hours in A&E

Fifteen-year-old James has sustained an injury to his eye from an arrow. Jim is in resus following a car flip onto its roof. Joiner Chris has suffered a head wound in a work-related accident.

Airing at 9 pm on Channel 4.

Wednesday 6th March

The Rise and Fall of Boris Johnson

From a career steeped in scandal and betrayal to a disgraced downfall, we delve into how Boris Johnson has influenced the future of Britain. How did his childhood mould his perspectives?

9pm on Channel 4

Secrets of the Museum

Behind the scenes at the V&A, a suit worn by glam rockers Slade requires some tender loving care, a Michelangelo reveals its secrets, and a rare Renaissance watercolour demands immediate attention.

Airing at 7 pm on BBC Two.

Thursday 7th March

Crufts 2024

Clare Balding and Sophie Morgan host the live coverage of the world’s premier dog show from the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

7:30pm on Channel 4

The Titan Sub Disaster: Minute By Minute 

The destiny of passengers aboard the Titan submersible is unveiled. As deep-dive rescue teams ultimately reach the location in the North Atlantic Ocean where Titan disappeared, cameras document the anguishing search for the sub that culminated in tragedy.

9pm on Channel 5


Friday 8th March

Martin Compston’s Norwegian Fling

Martin and Phil return to Bergen to explore the sector that contributed significantly to Norway’s wealth: oil and gas. They don their safety suits to undergo offshore emergency training, ensuring the safety of workers at sea.

9pm on BBC Two


Motorway Cops: Catching Britain’s Speeders

Inspector Anton Sullivan experiences a heartfelt moment as he receives a warm embrace from a stranded motorist following a roadside rescue. Meanwhile, PC Niaz Waddington engages in a determined pursuit of a suspected petrol thief, showcasing the relentless dedication of the police force in maintaining law and order. Additionally, PC Mike Clark finds himself in a situation where he suspects a van driver might be involved in illicit drug activities, highlighting the diverse challenges faced by officers in the line of duty.

7pm on Channel 5

Saturday 9th March

Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Ant and Dec make a triumphant return to host the most joyous 90 minutes of the week, bringing with them the delightful presence of the hilarious Joe Lycett as the Star Guest Announcer. Adding to the star-studded lineup is TV royalty Lorraine Kelly, taking the lead in the inaugural ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Out Of Me Ear!’ segment of the series. Brace yourself for an unforgettable End Of The Show Show featuring the sensational Olly Alexander. In this episode, the entertainment quotient is further heightened as Stephen Mulhern unveils a brand new Ant vs Dec challenge. This unmissable show not only promises laughter and surprises but also introduces a unique flair with its rallying cry: “Don’t just watch the adverts… win ’em!”

7pm on ITV1

Sunday 10th March

The Great Pottery Throw Down

In this pivotal stage of the competition, we find ourselves in the thrilling semi-final amidst the unique theme of Bathroom Week. The remaining potters face the formidable toilet challenge, a notorious task that pushes their ceramic skills to the limit. As the tension rises, the contestants brace themselves for a surprise second challenge set by the esteemed guest judge, Lee Price, a renowned ceramic artist associated with Duchess China. This unexpected twist adds an extra layer of excitement, testing the potters’ versatility and creativity in the world of prestigious ceramics.

7:45pm on Channel 4

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