Our pick of this week's TV Catch Up
Welcome to our round-up of the week's highlights on our TV Catch Up service. On Catch Up you can keep up with all your favourite shows - and anything you might have missed - on BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five and more.
Our top pick this week is BBC One's The Apprentice, which saw the candidates descend on Paris for the legendary international task. This challenge can always relied upon to provide laughs, grotesque gaffes and scores of watch-through-your-fingers moments. And, if you're lucky, some inspired business decisions - but don't count on it. Catch up with The Apprentice
More hijinks on the continent with Rory McGrath, Dara O'Briain and Griff Rhys Jones in BBC Two's Three Men Go To Venice, as the trio head to Italy to take part in a gondola race on the Grand Canal. We're not sure quite how buoyant the three fellows are, but together they're a rich source of banter and insight and always worth a watch. Catch up with Three Men Go To Venice
Over on More 4, the intriguing Shameless USA began last week with the Chatsworth Estate relocated to Chicago and Hollywood character actor William H macy taking the role of the disreputable and just-plain-grimy Frank Gallagher. It's fascinating to see how an American production handles the earthy storylines. Catch up with Shameless USA
A terrifying new panel show is underway on ITV1 on Saturday nights, with Dermot O'Leary as The Marriage Ref. Celebs including the evergreen Geri Halliwell and Jonathan Ross sit in judgement as married couples turn up to discuss their woes. Oddly compelling, and you'll want to say you've seen it. Catch up with The Marriage Ref
And what about Jamie Oliver's latest crusade, Jamie's Food Revolution Hits Hollywood? The galloping gourmet is stateside, bringing his passion and zeal for healthy eating to La La Land. The latest instalment sees Jamie organising a cooking contest to curry favour with the schools he's been kicked out of. Catch up with Jamie's Food Revolution Hits Hollywood