TV GUIDE 06.06.16


Fuelled by a boom in oil, gas and telecoms, Nigeria is now Africa’s largest economy. With a new wave of super-rich moving in to London’s poshest neighbourhoods, this documentary follows the lives of wealthy young Nigerians as they live what’s dubbed `the shuttle life’ between Lagos and London.


Series 1-Episode 1
Power Monkeys / C4, 10pm
Spin-off from the highly-acclaimed comedy series Ballot Monkeys, following both sides of the EU referendum, along with prominent international politicians on Donald Trump’s campaign plane and inside Vladimir Putin’s Presidential Office.


THE CATCH - "The Real Killer" - Alice and the team take on a very public client, a husband who was wrongly imprisoned for murdering his wife. Alice, however, is distracted with a mission of her own: track down Ben and figure out his next move. Meanwhile, Ben, Margot and Reggie are in desperate need of cash since Alice foiled their last plan, and the three con artists set their sights on a new target, on "The Catch," THURSDAY, MARCH 31 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Kelsey McNeal) MIREILLE ENOSThe Catch / Sky Living, 10pm 
The Trial: Alice’s partner, Valerie, is less than thrilled when Alice takes on a case for her estranged husband, Gordon.


Series 1-Episode 5
Eating Well With Hemsley + Hemsley / C4, 7.30pm
Jasmine and Melissa return with their healthy eating show to produce a menu for a hot day, including an acai berry breakfast bowl, utilising all the goodness of the Amazonian superfood. A gluten-free cauliflower tabbouleh is the cooling accompaniment to lamb and carrot meatballs for a healthy lunch and, for pudding, there is an ingenious frozen pea and mint ice cream.

The Queen’s 90th Birthday: The National Service Of Thanksgiving / BBC2, 7pm
Kirsty Young and Huw Edwards introduce the key moments from the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, which marked the beginning of a weekend of live events to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.


Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2016 / BBC2, 9pm
Morgan Quaintance and Kirsty Wark go behind-the-scenes at the Royal Academy, as the institution prepares for its annual artistic showcase. This year, sculptor Richard Wilson is serving as curator, and has promised an event that will be marked by `the wow factor’.