With the summer of sport getting settled in to the schedules, now might just be the perfect time to dip into the iPlayer and try to catch up on all the great tele you might have missed.
So, we've prepared a little guide of to get the best from the telebox without ever seeing a football or tennis racquet.
BBC iPlayer -
How To Get A Life - The rambling documentary series continues as Cherry Healey visits all sorts of people pushing their cures for life's woes. It's never going to the basis of your PHD, but Cherry's exploits are still more than just a pleasant way to pass the time.
Line Of Duty - This new police drama may be on the slow side, but there's more than enough intrigue and mystery to make this essential watching for any drama fan.
The Only Way Is Marbs - The special one off episode of the scripted reality show sees the cast swap fake tan for getting a real one, as they fly off to sunny Marbella for a week of partying. But really, they pretty much just do that already. Now, a special where they go to the Cotswolds and do Sudoku all weekend, that would be something different.
The Royal History of Pop - This documentary about the royal family's relationship to pop music is far more interesting than it has any right to be for any music lover.
Desperate Housewives - It's been through it's ups and downs and probably gone on for a year or two too long, but this week's finale is a must watch for anyone invested in those on Wisteria Lane.
Channel 5 -
The Bachelor - Friday 10pm - OK, it's not catch up, but we think this should still be part of your weekend watchings. With rugby hunk Gavin Henson now replaced with Made In Chelsea lothario Spencer Matthews, this could be the most concentrated amount of reality show put on British TV.
Smash - Grown up Glee continues to be a highly enjoyable watch, as Ivy has to cope with her voice failing her and Julia fails to avoid Michael.
Walking and Talking - Kathy Burke's self biographing comedy debuted last week, but here's another chance to see it's cracking little opener before the second episode on Monday night delightfully carries on the toyboyish exploits.
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