This week’s TV picks: Broadchurch, 7 Lives, Angry Britain and Fortitude

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This week’s TV picks: Broadchurch, 7 Lives, Angry Britain and Fortitude

TV guru Toby Earle shares his picks of what’s on the box this week.

Broadchurch, Monday 9pm ITV 

The hit drama series starring David Tennant and Olivia Coleman has been making headlines for falling ratings and inaccuracies.
But actress Charlotte Beaumont, who plays Chloe Latimer, said the second season still has plenty of twists and turns in stall.
She told London Live making the first series was “very intense”.
“You would finish a day of filming and think ‘oh my god, I can’t stop crying,’” she said.

7Lives, Thursday 10pm London Live

As part of Danny Dyer season on London Live, the London-born actor takes on the role of married father Tom who is struggling at work when a client seduces him with promises of a “more exciting life”.
Shortly after he’s attacked by a gang of hoodies on his way home and he finds himself in a parallel world where he lives five other lives  - including a rock star, homeless man and the hoody who attacked him.

Angry Britain, Monday 10pm London Live

Stay away from the roads… as tonight’s episode of Angry Britain focuses on road rage.
The six-part series focuses on different themes including nightmare neighbours, holiday meltdowns and public transport rows.
Tonight will see one commuter, dubbed “The Peckham Terminator”, loose it as he punches his way through a glass door on a bus.

Fortitude, Thursday 9pm Sky Atlantic

A stellar line-up stars in Sky Atlantic’s newest drama Fortitude.
The 12 hour thriller is cantered on a mysterious death in the Artic Circle in one of the safest towns on earth.
The murder touches everyone in the close-knit community and the unsettling, mysterious horror of this crime threatens the town itself.

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