What to watch on Monday, May 24.
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Britain’s Got Talent (ITV,7.30pm) The second live semi-final sees nine more of the chosen 45 acts competing to impress the judges and – far more importantly – the voting viewers. Exciting telly? Or seen-it-all-before boring? Deliver your verdict.
Coronation Street (ITV, 9pm) Sandwiched between the nightly BGTs, the Street is desperately trying to be sensational. With yet another problematic wedding. Is this tired old tactic working for you? Or is Weatherfield still the Sleepy Hollow of Soapland? Let us know.
EastEnders (BBC1, 8pm) With Peggy dead but not quite buried, psycho kid Bobby Beale’s horror show takes centre stage. Are the Cockney rabble on top form? Or just as drearily depressing as ever? Tell us what you think.
The Great British Sewing Bee (BBC2, 9pm) More nail-biting tension as the contestants compete to stitch together the best outfits. Is this your cup of tea? Or does the tedium needle you?
I Want My Wife Back (BBC1, 9.30pm) Last instalment of a comedy that won’t win awards for daring to be different. But did the reliably funny Ben Miller save the day? Or was this achingly traditional series a laugh-free zone?
Upstart Crow (BBC2, 10pm) Episode three of Ben Elton’s Blackadder-style comedy starring David Mitchell as William Shakespeare. Funny or not funny? That is the question.