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What to watch this week from Sparking Joy to Untold: Caitlyn Jenner

Another week’s gone by, which means it’s time for even more TV recommendations.

It’s all about documentaries this week, with a fascinating insight into Britain’s rich musical history streaming on Britbox and a look at the life of former Olympian and reality star Caitlyn Jenner.

On the topic of reality, Marie Kondo is back bringing order to people’s lives on Netflix.

And in a dystopian future set after a deadly virus wiped out humanity (yikes), Jason Momoa stars as the mighty Baba Voss in post-apocolyptic drama See.

BritBox

Feel The Noise: The Music That Shaped Britain

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Slade’s Noddy Holder joins the line-up of reminiscing musical legends (Picture: Britbox/ ITN)

There’s no faulting the ambition of this music documentary, which aims to touch base with those key musical moments from the 1960s through to the end of the 20th century that soundtracked the cultural life of the nation.

That’s a lot of ground to cover and, as we speed from The Beatles to Blur by way of the Sex Pistols and The Shamen in the company of interviewees including Shaun Ryder, Gary Kemp, Twiggy and Alex James, it’s a giddy rush – your music life flashing before your eyes.

But if nothing else, it gets you thinking about the music that shaped you. I’ll throw in David Bowie’s Changes for starters.

Available tomorrow.

Netflix

Sparking Joy

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Marie Kondo is back to get lives on track (Picture: Adam Rose/Netflix)

If you’ve decluttered your life Marie Kondo-style, the acknowledged queen of tidying up is now back to take her extraordinarily organised approach to life to the next level.

Not content with making sure our drawers are in order, now Marie K is out to spruce up our work lives, our relationships and, well, pretty much everything.

And to show that she walks the walk as well as talking the talk, we get to see how spick and span her own gaff is.

Available bank holiday Monday.

Apple TV+

Untold: Caitlyn Jenner

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It’s time to keep up with Caitlyn (Picture: Netflix)

Thanks to her starring role in Keeping Up With The Kardashians, you might think you know all you need to know about Caitlyn Jenner, the athlete formerly known as Bruce.

But this documentary from the creators of Wild Wild Country looks at Jenner’s remarkable story from a sporting standpoint, turning the clock back to 1976 when Bruce reached the pinnacle of a sporting career crowned with Olympic gold.

Given the current debate over whether trans athletes can compete on a level playing field, it’s a fascinating watch.

Available now.

See

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Humanity has lost its sight in this sci-fi drama (Picture: Steve Wilkie)

This visually lush dystopian drama spins on a fascinating twist on the post-apocalyptic trope: in the world of See, a timeless universe where nature has reclaimed control, it’s the gift of sight that is priceless, as all the humans who remain are blind.

Having set up this scenario in its first run, we now return to the action-packed adventures of the mighty Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), who has a precious cargo under his protection – two adopted children gifted with the rare power of vision.

But there’s trouble on the horizon in the shape of the arrival of Baba’s estranged brother, Edo, played by the equally physically imposing Dave Bautista.

Available Friday.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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