The first edition of ‘Lego Masters’ arrives tonight (10:45 p.m.) at Antenna 3. Roberto Leal is at the forefront of this spectacular competition involving the eight best construction couples in the country, who will showcase talent, skill and creativity in each job, carried out exclusively with LEGO. In each program, couples face two challenges. Time will be essential when working on ‘LEGO Masters’, as there will be quick tests to build a two meter long bridge or reproduce a retro object, and other more complex ones, in which they will have more time to create worlds spectacular. Each pair will be in charge of a piece of a LEGO world, incorporating spectacular elements and constructions, realistic creations and complex mechanisms.
Telecinco broadcasts tonight (22:00 hours) the sixth gala of ‘The island of temptations 4’. The passing days have increased the complicity and connections between several of the protagonists and their favorite singles. Their attitudes and their words focus the new fires that boys and girls face. In addition, the program will show Darío’s attitude when he learned of Sandra’s betrayal before starting the experience in the Dominican Republic, taking their relationship to the limit.
The Grimaldi, on stage at La 1
The Grimaldi saga stars tonight in the new installment of ‘Blood ties’ in The 1 of TVE (22:40 hours). On this occasion, the program tells the story of the Grimaldi family, the oldest dynasty of European royalty and the one that has garnered the most covers. The documentary recounts the life of the Monegasque family from the wedding of Rainiero de Monaco with Grace Kelly, to the new life of all its members. In the debate, Boris Izaguirre will receive on set Cayetano Martínez de Irujo, Bibiana Fernández, Norma Duval, Dr. José Cabrera and journalists Paloma García Pelayo and Carmen Enríquez. All of them will analyze life in Monaco, how the royal family currently lives or what is the situation of Princess Charlene, removed from the life of the Principality.
Diane Keaton, protagonist in laSexta
the sixth bet tonight on a new pass from ‘A date in the park’ (10:30 p.m.). London’s Hampstead Village neighborhood is known for its prized park, a corner of countryside and peace in the middle of the huge metropolis. Next to him lives Emily Walters (Diane Keaton), a widow who since her husband died has not paid attention to her old apartment, her financial problems or her son Philip (James Norton). Despite the advice of her friend Fiona (Lesley Manville), Emily does not admit that her life is falling apart. One day, while looking at the park from the window, he discovers a ramshackle house and the man (Brendan Gleeson) who lives in it.
In addition, a new program of ‘Everything is true’ occupies the prime time of Four (10:50 p.m.). The program presented by Risto Mejide and Marta Flich will address new current affairs and social interest through research work prepared by a team of journalists, with interviews, connections and the analysis of experts and collaborators.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.