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James King returns with his selection of what to watch on the big screen. This week's Films of the Week are:
A Quiet Place (15): Emily Blunt stars in this nerve-shredding post-apocalyptic sci-fi where a family must remain silent at all times or else face attack from sound-sensitive monsters.
Ghost Stories (15): A creepy and creaky collection of haunting tales, linked by the story of a paranormal sceptic questioning his beliefs. Eerie British horror featuring Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse.
Moira Stuart narrates a selection of memorable mishaps from live news broadcasts on When Live TV Goes Wrong, Sunday 8th April at 9pm on Channel 5. Moira also returns to the radio waves to present her BBC Radio 2 programme, providing music until midnight. Join her from on Sunday 8th April from 11pm.
Suzannah Lipscomb learns the art of sword-making and sword fighting at Castle Ward, in County Down, an 18th-century Northern Irish mansion that featured in Game of Thrones. Tune in to Secrets of Our National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh on Tuesday 3rd April at 8pm on Channel 5.
Adam Shaw investigates into the relationship between Britain and Russia as tensions seem to be at their worst for decades after the Putin regime was blamed for the chemical attack in Salisbury that poisoned a former Russian double agent on Tonight: Britain vs Russia: A New Cold War? Thursday 22nd March at 7.30pm on ITV.
Joan Bakewell presents a back to back special of Portrait Artist of the Year on Tuesday 20th March on Sky Arts. In the first episode, the three finalists will be painting celebrity sitter Emeli Sandé to see who will be crowned this year's winner at 8pm. Joan then follows up with a special film following the competition winner after they have won the career-changing £10,000 commissioned portrait of Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall at 9pm.