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Get set for an emotional evening at ITV as The Pride of Britain Awards pay tribute to some of the most amazing fundraisers and community spirited people around.
Thursday's TV is heavy on hard-hitting drama, with Channel 5 launching new detective series Dalgliesh, BBC Two concluding Guilt and Sky continuing with Temple.
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If your home is in desperate need of a declutter before Christmas, don't miss BBC One's Sort Your Life Out with Stacey Solomon.
The best things on TV tonight, Thursday 4 November, 2021
The Pride of Britain Awards - ITV - 8pm
Prince Charles, Ant and Dec, Joanna Lumley and Ed Sheeran are among the famous faces celebrating the most community-spirited people in the UK at the annual tearjerking awards.
As usual, it's hosted by Carol Vorderman and this year she'll be joined by Ashley Banjo to showcase big-hearted and brave people doing amazing things.
Dalgliesh - Channel 5 - 9pm
This new crime drama is based on PD James' novels about Inspector Adam Dalgliesh and stars Bertie Carvel as the title character.
Set in the 70s, this first episode sees Dalgliesh investigating the suspicious death of a student nurse during a training demonstration.
Guilt - BBC Two - 9pm
Mark Bonnar's Scottish series about a disbarred lawyer concludes its second season tonight.
Bonnar's character Max is facing some tense decisions and a lack of time to sort out his options, while the Lynch family are confronted with a very dark secret.
Temple - Sky - 9pm
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Rogue surgeon Daniel, played by Mark Strong, faces a new challenge tonight when he's asked to perform an undercover operation at a mystery mansion.
But with pressures from every side weighing heavy on his mind, will his surgical skills be up to the job?
Sort Your Life Out - BBC One - 8pm
If you follow Stacey Solomon on Instagram, you'll know how much she loves a tidy home - and now she's giving her best tips to families in sore need of a bit of reorganisation.
Hoarders and clutter-filled families are tasked with taking everything out of their homes and then reducing it by half through either recycling, selling, donating to charity or throwing out.
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