Looking for a new television show to watch in June 2018? Here's our four top TV picks.
Grenfell: The First 24 Hours (ITV1) - Series begins on Wednesday 6 June
Why is it important to mark the anniversary of the Grenfell disaster? Simply because it should never be forgiven. The people at fault (whoever they are) need to be savaged for killing so many innocent people.
This is an hour-long film, theatrically showing the moment it began (around 00:54).. until the flames are finally brought under control.
It mainly focuses on the survivors' stories, using eye-witness account and personal footage. A firefighter will also speak about his experience of entering the burning tower-block.
Hidden (BBC4) - Series begins on Saturday 9 June
From the makers of Hinterland.
A young woman who has been held captive for years is found dead at a disused quarry, high in the Snowdonia mountains.
DI Cadi John heads an investigation which will see us enter a hidden world full of intrigue, suspense and tension.
Thriller starring Sian Reese-Williams, Sion Alun Davies, Lowri Izard
Carter (Alibi) - Series begins on Wednesday 13 June
Arriving from Canada, after Alibi struck a deal with international distributor Sony Pictures Television.
Carter follows a famous TV detective (Harley), who is homeward bound after an embarrassing public meltdown, on the red carpet in Hollywood.
Upon his return, Carter soon realises that his old neighbours can't separate him from his television persona. So he taps into his experience to become a real-life detective.
Drama starring Jerry O’Connell, Sydney Poitier, Kristian Bruun
Trevor McDonald: Return to South Africa (ITV1) - Series begins on Tuesday 19 June
Trevor was the first journalist to interview Mandela after his release from prison in South Africa.
He will now re-visit the country - to look closely at the land defined by division, inequality and violent crime.
Mandela has changed the history of South Africa, but what has happened since? What future awaits the people? Is his vision of a Rainbow Nation visible anywhere?
Documentary starring Trevor McDonald