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The Version has picked a TV highlight which we recommend you watch each night this week...

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Monday: Game of Thrones, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

Fantasy drama based on George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels. The noble families of the land of Westeros vie for control of the Iron Throne. Starring Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke.


Tuesday: Elementary, 8pm, Sky Living 

Holmes is conducting research in a hospital morgue when he stumbles upon a string of murders, crimes that went undetected by the staff as the victims were all weak or terminally ill. Tapping into his own vast knowledge of pathology, as well as Watson's medical knowledge, the sleuth deduces the people were killed by one of the medical staff - a so-called `angel of mercy'. Now all he has to do is find the culprit before more lives are claimed. Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu star.


Wednesday: Jason Manford Live, 9pm, Comedy Central UK

The comedian performs at the Manchester Arena in 2011 as part of his Off on Tour We Go show, giving his take on topics including shower mishaps, the phrases that people get wrong and dealing with nappies, staff at 24-hour supermarkets and Prince Philip's gaffes.


Thursday: A Premiere League of Their Own, 9pm, Sky 1

a premiere league of their own

James Corden hosts an edition of comedy quiz celebrating the start of the football season, with former Arsenal and France forward Thierry Henry, Soccer Saturday host Jeff Stelling and broadcaster Kelly Cates joining regulars Jamie Redknapp, Andrew Flintoff and Jack Whitehall.


Friday: The Agony & The Ecstasy, 9pm, Sky Arts

Documentary exploring the history of rave culture and dance music in the UK, tell the story of one of music's most hedonistic and controversial genres.


Saturday: Vidiots, 9pm, MTV UK

The Vidiots hit the couch to knock out "Shape Of You" by Ed Sheeran, travel "Up In The Air" with 30 Seconds To Mars and collaborate with Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper on "Baby Blue". (S1, ep13)


Sunday: Family Guy, 9pm, FOX UK

When Mayor West marries Lois' sister Carol, they move into the Griffin's house to be one big 'happy' family. (S10, Ep15)


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