Boy George Who Do You Think You Are? CANCELLED next Monday. Here’s why…

Who Do You Think You Are? Boy George
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The Boy George Who Do You Think You Are? which was due to be shown next Monday 23rd July at 9pm on BBC1 has been moved in the schedules.

Now, the Boy George episode will be screened on BBC1 at 9pm on Wednesday 25th July.

And this means that the episode of DIY SOS: The Big Build which was due to be shown on the Wednesday on BBC1 at 9pm will no longer be on.

All the changes have been caused by schedule changes to Our Girl, which has kept moving times due to big sporting occasions clashing. Now episode seven of Our Girl will be shown next Monday in place of the Boy George Who Do You Think You Are? episode. The finale of Our Girl will then be shown on Tuesday 24th July at 9pm.

Our Girl – BBC reveals when next two episodes will be shown after episode six CANCELLED due to tennis and football!

Our Girl has been moving around the schedules a lot!

The Boy George episode of Who Who Do You Think You Are? sees the star, who’s always been proud of his Irish roots, making a poignant trip to Dublin where he unearths dark tragedies in his family.

He also investigates a family connection to the Irish War of Independence.

Boy George Who Do You Think You Are? is now on BBC1 at 9pm on Wednesday 25th July.

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