'I'm A Celebrity', 'Succession': The 5 best things to watch on TV, Monday 22 November

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Monday's TV highlights. (ITV/HBO)
Monday's TV highlights. (ITV/HBO)

The 2021 campmates enjoy their first night in the castle in tonight's I'm A Celebrity on ITV, which also includes the first of the infamous eating trials.

Succession continues on Sky Atlantic with the Roys fighting back from their disastrous shareholder meeting, while there's a revelation for Roman about his mother.

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BBC Two throws the spotlight on Princes Harry and William's differing relationships with the media in two-part documentary The Princes and the Press.

Guy's Garage launches on Channel 4 to see Guy Martin transforming old cars into custom racers, and BBC Two's Villages by the Sea continues, looking at the UK's first purpose-built seaside village.

The best things to watch on TV tonight, Monday 22 November, 2021

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The campmates entered the castle in last night's series debut, and tonight we'll see how they got on during their first night - which for yesterday's losing team looked a lot more uncomfortable.

But the celebs won't have long to settle in, as tonight's episode includes the first bushtucker trial, and it's an especially stomach-churning one as it's the disgusting eating challenge.

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Danny Miller is already gagging at the thought of his part in the trial, and in tonight's episode we'll find out who he'll be facing over the dinner table.

Succession - Sky Atlantic - 9pm

The Roys are chasing political support. (HBO)
The Roys are chasing political support. (HBO)

After last week's disastrous shareholder meeting where Logan's UTI had him talking complete nonsense, leaving the family in chaos over key decisions, he's back at the forefront of Waystar.

He travels to a conservative political conference in Virginia in the hope of bolstering support after the fall out with the President, while Roman learns some surprising news about his mother.

The Princes and the Press - BBC Two - 9pm

Programme Name: The Princes and The Press  - TX: 22/11/2021 - Episode: The Princes and The Press  (No. n/a) - Picture Shows: April, 2017

**IMAGE ONLY TO BE USED FOR PUBLICITY OF THE BBC TWO PROGRAMME 'THE PRINCES AND THE PRESS'** The Duke of Sussex, The Duke of Cambridge - (C) Samir Hussein/Getty Images - Photographer: Samir Hussein
William and Harry have had very different relationships with the media. (Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

There are few more timely subjects for a documentary than Princes Harry and William's relationship with the press, and this two-part documentary begins with the initially positive reaction to a new generation of royals.

Of course, things turned sour in the following years and both princes and their wives have received very different media treatment, as the programme explores.

Guy's Garage - Channel 4 - 9pm

Guy Martin transforms old cars. (Channel 4)

In this new series, Guy Martin travels Europe to transform old vehicles into custom racers with spectacular effect.

He opens in Sweden, where the popular Volvo estate is given a new lease of life in the national motorsport of Folk Racing.

Villages by the Sea - BBC Two - 7pm

Programme Name: Villages by the Sea - S2 - TX: n/a - Episode: Villages by the Sea - S2 - Ep3 - Thorpeness (No. 3) - Picture Shows: House of Clouds - Thorpness  - (C) Purple Productions - Photographer: Beatrice Ni Bhroin
Thorpeness features in tonight's episode. (Purple Productions/Beatrice Ni Bhroin)

The series exploring some of the UK's most picturesque and fascinating villages continues by travelling to the beautiful Suffolk coastline this week.

It visits Thorpeness, the UK's first purpose-built seaside village, where everything from inland housing to a country club has been thought of.

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