TV this week: High five for solid sci-fi

August 8th, 2014 7:00 pm| by admin

Escape to the past in the historical-fiction series The Borgias (TV4 SVT, Mon 23:35). Have the festival experience without the bathroom queue by watching Live from Smukfest (DR3, Fri 20:30). The documentary Educating Yorkshire (SVT1, Tue 16:35) follows the lives of staff and students at an English school. Go on a religious exploration with Jewish History (SVT2, Sun 18:00). The BBC documentary Tourettes: I swear I can sing (K4, Sat 17:55) shows a singer battle with her affliction.

TV4 SVT, Mon 23:35 The Borgias

Good week for sci-fi
The Spielbergesque Super 8 (TV3+, Thu 21:05) is a sci-fi flight of fancy. Get your pulse racing in the political action thriller Vantage Point (TV3+, Tue 23:00). Priest (TV3, Fri 22,30) is a sci-fi action horror film, while The adjustment Bureau (DR1, Fri 21:50) takes a more romantic approach to the genre. See Samuel L Jackson play Coach Carter (SVT 4, Sun 18,05) in a film based on a true story. Round off your film viewing with everyone’s favourite boy-wizard in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 (K4, Fri 21:00) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 (K5, Sat 21:00).

TV3+, Thu 21:05
Super 8

Football fever
For your football fix this week there’s Brøndby IF-OB (TV3+, Sun 18:00) in their Superliga match and Real Madrid-Sevilla (TV3+,Tue 20:30) in their UEFA Super Cup clash. (PT)

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