Shop: Lawn Mowers | cheap VGA / DVI monitor (AOC) | FeiTeng N9300 phone | Google keyword tool | SEO synonym tool | dryers | ovens | earrings

TV Listings

  TV-Easy the fast one-click listings of what's on UK television
  UK TV Listings on the 23rd of April 2014
for the London region
Select your ITV region

Wednesday morning

BBC 1
06:00 Breakfast
Round-up of national and international news, plus the latest from the money markets.
(Subs)
09:15 Helicopter Heroes: New Cases
Series 7. Episode 18/20 A bus full of shoppers crashes on the way to the sales, and a trainspotter's hobby leaves him needing assistance from the air ambulance. Presented by Rav Wilding.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
10:00 Homes under the Hammer
Series 16. Episode 52/80 Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a cottage in Cornwall, a flat in London and a terraced property in Yorkshire, before meeting the people who bought them at auction to talk about their plans for the buildings.
(Subs · Repeat)
11:00 Don't Get Done, Get Dom
Series 8. Episode 18/20: Home Insurance Consumer expert Dominic Littlewood steps in to help homeowner Ros, who has been having a battle with her insurance company, which arranged for builders to repair her property after a flood, but she was not at all happy with their work. Plus, advice on taking a case to the small-claims court.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
11:45 Saints and Scroungers
Series 5. Episode 8/20: Urquhart/Dorset Blind Matt Allwright meets the Croydon fraud investigation team, who are hot on the heels of a young mother who failed to inform the authorities she had inherited a house - a fact that would have serious implications for the £100,000 worth of benefits she had been claiming. Matt also meets a man from Dorset who lost his sight completely in 2006 and found himself intimidated by the area in which he lived.
(Subs)
BBC 2
06:00 Homes under the Hammer
Series 18. Episode 3/30 Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a holiday property on the south coast of England, a detached house in the Midlands and a ground floor flat in Glasgow, which are all about to be auctioned. Later, they meet the new owners of the homes, and witness the renovation work in progress.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:00 Don't Get Done, Get Dom
Series 8. Episode 17/20: New Cars Dominic Littlewood looks into new car sales, meeting couple John and Katherine who were unsatisfied with their new purchase and believed it could be faulty - though their garage said the vehicle was fine. Plus, a couple describe how they were hit by unexpected costs after taking out a `buy now, pay later' deal.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
07:45 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
Series 9. Episode 12/20: David Harper v Mark Stacey Foreign Antique Market David Harper and Mark Stacey go head to head at a market in Belgium, where they bid for bargains which will make a profit for their chosen charity when later sold on at an auction.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
08:30 Antiques Roadshow
Series 36. Episode 17/26: Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2 In Gloucestershire, Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to the Royal Agricultural University near Cirencester in the Cotswolds. Items include a mantrap that was used to stop an amorous lover intent on elopement with a vicar's daughter, a portrait of the first chairman of a well-known British insurance company, a 14th-century seal bought at a car-boot sale and a teapot which may have been handled by Lord Nelson.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
09:30 Great British Railway Journeys
Series 5. Episode 18/20: llford to Rochester On the next leg of his journey, Michael Portillo heads along the Essex bank of the Thames before crossing the river into Kent. He begins in Barkingside, where Victorian philanthropist Thomas Barnardo made it his mission to transform the lives of destitute children. The former politician then tries his hand at loading a container onto a pocket wagon at Tilbury docks, and ends his trip in Rochester, where he encounters a host of familiar characters and explores a town that was an inspiration for many of Charles Dickens' works.
(Subs · Signed · Audio/desc · Repeat)
10:00 Live Snooker: The World Championship
2014 Day Five Jason Mohammad presents as day five gets under way at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, with Barry Hawkins v David Gilbert and Judd Trump v Tom Ford in round one scheduled to reach a conclusion. The Juddernaut has yet to hit the heights this season despite being briefly ranked number one in the world in 2012, but his record here is good, having reached at least the semi-finals in two of the last three years, and he was beaten 17-11 by eventual champion Ronnie O'Sullivan in the last four in 2013. The commentary team includes Steve Davis, Dennis Taylor and Stephen Hendry.
(Subs)
ITV 1
06:00 Daybreak
Series 5. Episode 80/82 Morning show featuring news and current affairs, plus health, entertainment and lifestyle features. Presented by Matt Barbet, Ranvir Singh, Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones.
(Subs)
08:30 Lorraine
Series 5. Episode 80/258 Entertainment and fashion news, as well as showbiz stories, cooking and celebrity gossip. Presented by Kate Garraway.
(Subs)
09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
The host invites guests to air their differences over family and relationship issues, and provides them with his own brand of no-nonsense advice.
(Subs · Repeat)
10:30 This Morning
Celebrity chat and lifestyle features, including a look at the stories making the newspaper headlines, viewers' comments in the Hub and a recipe in the kitchen. Presented by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. Including at 11.25 ITV News and Regional Weather.
(Subs)
Channel 4
06:00 Countdown
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley present the words-and-numbers game, with Dictionary Corner guest Arlene Phillips.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:45 Will & Grace
Series 2. Episode 18/24: Sweet and Sour Charity Jack mistakenly donates a pair of Karen's favourite shoes to a good cause. Meanwhile, Grace volunteers to help direct an amateur play with Will - a task she pursues with zeal until her social life begins to suffer. American sitcom, starring Eric McCormack.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:10 According to Jim
Series 3. Episode 14/29: House for Sale Cheryl is dismayed to learn that the Devlins have put in a bid for the house across the street from her and Jim. Cynthia Stevenson and Tim Bagley guest star.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:35 The King of Queens
Series 1. Episode 8/25: Educating Doug Carrie enrols Doug and herself on a course on the Victorian novel at college. He soon feels way out of his league but resolves to answer 10 questions in class in a bid to impress his fellow students.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 6. Episode 8/26: It's Supposed to Be Fun The Barones watch Geoffrey having trouble getting the hang of a game, but Ray learns the hard way that his son's lack of ability should not interfere with his enjoyment.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:30 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 6. Episode 9/26: Older Women Debra's divorced parents join the Barones for Thanksgiving - but her father puts a damper on the festivities by bringing a date. Comedy, starring Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett and Doris Roberts.
(Subs · Repeat)
09:00 Frasier
Series 9. Episode 3/24: The First Temptation of Daphne Daphne is furious to learn Niles is counselling an attractive female patient who is nursing an obsession of her own, while a chirping cricket drives Frasier to distraction. American comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce and Jane Leeves.
(Subs · Repeat)
09:30 Frasier
Series 9. Episode 4/24: The Return of Martin Crane Martin prepares for his first night's work as a security guard, and while the gang agonises over who will be landed with walking Eddie, he recalls his traumatic last day as a policeman. To add to their problems, Daphne and Niles each buy a ticket to rival concerts on the same night.
(Subs · Repeat)
10:00 Undercover Boss USA
Series 4. Episode 4/14 Andy Wirth - the CEO of a California ski resort - goes undercover to learn more about his company's working practices as he prepares to merge an existing operation with a new acquisition.
(Subs · Repeat)
11:00 Come Dine with Me
Gym fanatic Sophia Pottinger hosts the first dinner party of the week in south-east London, and has confidence in her simple, classic menu with dancing to follow. Sitting at her table are rock singer Francessa Santamaria, man-about-town Amadin Ryan, straight-talker Maria Eltheriouri and competitive cook Fraser Devlin.
(Subs · Repeat)
11:30 Come Dine with Me
Foodie Fraser Devlin hosts the second party from south-east London, and hopes his expertly cooked meal will land him the £1,000 prize. As well as organising entertainment for the evening, the host unexpectedly finds himself part of it.
(Subs · Repeat)
Five
06:00 Bananas in Pyjamas
Series 2. Episode 11/52: Cuddlestown's Big Thing The people of Cuddlestown decide they need to attract more visitors to their community, and devise a plan to build a huge statue that will draw in the tourists.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:10 Igam Ogam
Series 2. Episode 16/26: Is That Me? The cave girl reassures Roly his reflection is not another monkey trying to steal his banana.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:20 Fireman Sam
Series 7. Episode 13/25: The Wrong Smell Penny hurts her ankle while out walking in the mountains with Helen, but the mission to find her suffers a setback when Radar starts following the wrong scent.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:35 The WotWots
Series 1. Episode 48/52: Ready to Rumble The duo discover the dingo enclosure at the zoo, inspiring SpottyWot to build a den of his own.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:45 Peppa Pig
Series 2. Episode 18/52: Foggy Day Mummy and Daddy Pig take Peppa to the playground, but thick fog spoils her fun.
(Subs · Repeat)
06:50 Family!
Series 1. Episode 1/50: Evie's Birthday Following the life of a family on a Sussex farm, told from the point of view of four-year-old Evie. The youngster celebrates her birthday with a bouncy slide and disco.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:00 Little Princess
Series 1. Episode 10/32: I Don't Want to Comb My Hair The youngster decides not to brush her hair and discovers combing other people's is more fun.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:10 Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom
Series 2. Episode 19/52: Mrs Witch's Spring Clean Ben, Holly and Nanny Plum help Mrs Witch clear out some of her magical items.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:20 The Mr Men Show
Series 1. Episode 5/52: Sleep Mr Nosey and Mr Small team up to open a mattress warehouse.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:35 Thomas & Friends
Series 15. Episode 6/20: James to the Rescue James refuses to work as part of a team to rescue Gordon, but is soon forced to swallow his pride and ask Toby for help.
(Subs · Repeat)
07:50 Noddy in Toyland
Series 1. Episode 35/52: Yo Ho Noddy Noddy and Bumpy the dog search for a chest of pearls belonging to their mermaid friends.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:00 Fifi and the Flowertots
Series 1. Episode 50/52: Poppy's Day Off Poppy relaxes while Webby takes over her stall for the day.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:15 Peppa Pig
Series 1. Episode 2/52: Mr Dinosaur Is Lost George is distraught when he loses Mr Dinosaur, his favourite toy.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:20 Peppa Pig
Series 1. Episode 38/52: Fancy Dress Party George and Peppa hold a fancy-dress party and invite all their friends.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:30 Milkshake! Monkey
Series 2. Episode 7/20: Hide and Seek The monkey goes to the playground to play hide and seek with his friends.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:35 Toby's Travelling Circus
Series 1. Episode 39/52: Pyramid Freddo throws Toby's ringmaster hat to the top of the helter-skelter during his juggling practice. They cannot get it back because the apparatus has been freshly painted.
(Subs · Repeat)
08:45 Bananas in Pyjamas
Series 1. Episode 80/104: Over the Moon The Bananas try to convince the Teddies that it is possible for a cow to jump over the moon.
(Subs · Repeat)
09:00 Tickety Toc
Series 1. Episode 9/52: Hide-and-Seek Time The twins teach Pufferty how to play hide-and-seek, but he proves to be better at the game than they had expected.
(Subs · Repeat)
09:15 The Wright Stuff
Matthew Wright and his guests talk about the issues of the day, with viewers calling in to offer their opinions.
11:10 Police Interceptors
Series 3. Episode 15/15 The Essex unit pulls over an angry driver and a car thief leads officers on a cross-country chase. The air support team pursues an athletic burglar and a vehicle with a burst tyre, while other interceptors search for a lost key and are forced to arrest a colleague.
(Subs · Repeat)
DVD Offers

Wednesday afternoon

BBC 1
12:15 Bargain Hunt
Series 33. Episode 25/32: Builth Wells 3 Experts David Barby and Chris Gower help contestants find antiques to sell for profit at auction in Builth Wells, Powys. Meanwhile, Tim Wonnacott pays a visit to the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent for a look at some of the items from the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever discovered in Britain.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
13:00 BBC News; Weather
(Subs)
13:30 BBC Regional News and Weather
(Subs)
13:45 Perfection
Series 3. Episode 7/60 Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their attempt, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following game.
(Subs · Repeat)
14:30 Escape to the Country
Series 10. Episode 17/80: Suffolk Alistair Appleton helps a couple who work as air stewards find a property in Suffolk with a garden large enough to accommodate a marquee for their wedding day. Other desirable characteristics are period features, four bedrooms and a spacious country kitchen, on a budget of £500,000.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
15:30 Spring Kitchen with Tom Kerridge
Series 1. Episode 2/14 Comic writer and broadcaster Danny Wallace and chef Jon Rotheram from Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant are in the studio to help the accomplished chef as he prepares a range of springtime dishes that celebrate the best of the season's food.
(Subs)
16:15 Flog It!
Series 8. Episode 10/75: Isle of Wight Will Axon and Kate Bateman examine the public's treasures in the nautical town of Cowes on the Isle of Wight, including a portrait with an unusual tale and a Hornby train. Paul Martin goes in search of a collection of model railways, and finds one that fills an entire garden.
(Subs · Repeat)
17:15 Pointless
Series 11. Episode 23/55 Quiz show in which pairs of contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions posed to 100 people before the show. At the end of each round, the team with the most points is eliminated until the final two pairs battle for the chance to compete for a cash prize. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
(Subs · Repeat)
BBC 2
12:00 The Great British Bake Off Masterclass
Series 3. Episode 13/14 In the second of their tutorials, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry demonstrate how the remaining technical challenges from the series should be done. They provide step-by-step instructions on how to make a Queen of Puddings, chocolate teacakes, jam doughnuts, a fraisier cake and fondant fancies, showing how to avoid the mistakes some of the contestants made.
(Subs · Repeat)
13:00 Live Snooker: The World Championship
2014 Day Five Hazel Irvine introduces the second session on day five at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where Marco Fu faces Martin Gould and Neil Robertson takes on Robbie Williams in the first round. Robertson is one of the favourites again this year after rising to the top of the world rankings, and producing a string of consistent performances in major tournaments since being crowned world champion in 2010, but the Thunder from Down Under has exited at this stage twice in the last three years. With commentary by Dennis Taylor, John Virgo and Terry Griffiths.
(Subs)
17:55 Party Election Broadcast for the European Parliament
UKIP By the UK Independence Party.
(Subs)
ITV 1
12:30 Loose Women
Series 18. Episode 146/192 TV presenter and novelist Fern Britton chats about her new book as she joins Kaye Adams, Jamelia, Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha for another helping of topical studio discussion from a female perspective.
(Subs)
13:30 ITV News and Weather
(Subs)
13:55 ITV News London
(Subs)
14:00 Storage Hoarders
Series 1. Episode 20/20 Aggie MacKenzie helps two compulsive collectors sort through their possessions - a woman with a lifetime of cardboard boxes and a hoarding father with too much clutter.
(Subs · Repeat)
15:00 Dickinson's Real Deal
Wolverhampton 2 David Dickinson and the team visit Wolverhampton, where a music box arrives for David Tupman to value, and letters from former prime ministers Edward Heath and Harold Macmillan land on Stewart Hofgartner's table. David is also joined by Debbie Serpell and Karen Dalmeny, who haggle over their favourite items.
(Subs)
15:59 ITV London Weather
(Subs)
16:00 Tipping Point
Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard, in which contestants answer questions to win turns on an arcade-style machine. Dropping tokens down a choice of four chutes, they hope to knock piles of them off a moving shelf - and the more they collect, the greater the prize fund. The player who has won the least amount is then eliminated, and the last one standing competes for a £10,000 jackpot.
(Subs)
17:00 The Chase
Series 7. Episode 130/150 Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants pit their wits against quiz expert the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. They work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
(Subs)
Channel 4
12:00 Channel 4 News Summary
Includes news headlines and weather.
(Subs)
12:05 Come Dine with Me
Rock singer Francesca Santamaria serves a music-inspired menu at the third party in south-east London, including starter Prawn to Be Wild and dessert Sweet Child of Wine. Her guests like the names but some are put off by the idea of fancy dress, and the discovery of a portfolio of revealing pictures prompts a surprise disclosure.
(Subs · Repeat)
12:35 Come Dine with Me
The fourth dinner party in south-east London sees host Amadin Ryan pulling out all the stops to impress his guests with a Victorian banquet. He seems to deliver the goods, but the extensive preparations keep him away from the table for most of the evening.
(Subs · Repeat)
13:05 Come Dine with Me
Maria Eltheriouri hosts the final night of the competition in south-east London, preparing a Greek-themed menu of meze, moussaka, and a marshmallow, chocolate and passion fruit mousse. In a bid to win, she ramps up the entertainment, with all the diners enjoying a dance, before the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced.
(Subs · Repeat)
13:40 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away
Guernsey v Vendee, France First-time buyer Nicki Burridge has a deposit ready for her first house, but cannot decide whether to buy in her home town of St Peter Port in Guernsey, or in the Vendee region of western France, where she hopes to eventually live. Luke Doonan and Laura Hamilton show her some homes to help make up her mind.
(Subs · Repeat)
14:40 Countdown
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley present the words-and-numbers game, with Dictionary Corner guest Arlene Phillips.
(Subs)
15:30 Deal or No Deal
Contestants try to beat the banker and guess the contents of mystery boxes to win a big-money prize. In a game-changing twist, players could now win up to £500,000 by doubling their winnings with box 23 - if they are brave enough to buy it with what they have already won. Presented by Noel Edmonds.
(Subs)
16:30 Fifteen to One
Series 1. Episode 14/20 Sandi Toksvig hosts the general knowledge quiz, in which 15 contestants are pitted against one another in the hope of securing a place in the end-of-series final when a £40,000 jackpot will be up for grabs.
(Subs)
17:30 Come Dine with Me
Local radio DJ Tommy Jardine hosts the third dinner party in Dumfries and Galloway, and prepares chicken stuffed with haggis - but first he must continue a family tradition and rustle up a sheep for his entertainment. Tommy then tries to impress his guests with a touch of celebrity name-dropping, but young dance DJ and trainee teacher Josh trumps him at his own game.
(Subs)
Five
12:10 5 News Lunchtime
Round-up of the day's headlines from around the world.
(Subs)
12:15 Gibraltar: Britain in the Sun
Series 1. Episode 4/6 Head of ape management Eric Shaw has trouble capturing a macaque, a group of visiting university students descends 200 metres into the depths of St Michael's Cave and bad weather threatens the opening of Gibraltar's new £65million airport terminal.
(Subs · Repeat)
13:15 Home and Away
Andy realises the Braxtons have a point and tells Casey he's heading off to the city to help Josh, missing a date with a furious Hannah in the process. At the beach house, Sasha and Spencer share a civil moment, but it is spoilt by Matt's arrival, while Jett uses his position on the student council to try to set up a memorial in Gina's honour.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
13:45 Neighbours
Matt becomes the focus of Paul's frustration over the lack of progress made in the case, while Brennan contacts old colleagues and begins his own investigation. Elsewhere, Josh's grandfather Doug arrives in town and teaches him a few tricks of the building trade, and Brad hopes to continue the search for his daughter.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
14:15 NCIS: Death Wish - Part Two
Series 10. Episode 12/24: Shiva Conclusion. After the deaths of two family members of NCIS employees, the team identifies the killer as a Swedish mercenary and the ballistics report reveals the bullets came from an Iranian arms dealer. McGee traces a wire transfer made to the hitman's ex-wife and son to an account under the name Virtue, and Ziva makes a connection after realising what the Hebrew translation is.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
15:15 Film: Deadly Encounter
A stressed single mother accidentally runs another driver off the road while hurriedly trying to get to work. The deranged motorist takes the incident personally, and begins a campaign of stalking and intimidation against both her and her family. Thriller, starring Laura Leighton, Alain Goulem and Daniel Magder. Edited for daytime broadcast.
(Subs)
17:00 5 News at 5
Round-up of the day's headlines from around the world.
(Subs)
17:30 Neighbours
Matt becomes the focus of Paul's frustration over the lack of progress made in the case, while Brennan contacts old colleagues and begins his own investigation. Elsewhere, Josh's grandfather Doug arrives in town and teaches him a few tricks of the building trade, and Brad hopes to continue the search for his daughter.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
DVD Offers

Wednesday evening

BBC 1
18:00 BBC News
(Subs)
18:30 East Midlands Today
(Subs)
18:55 Party Election Broadcast for the European Parliament
UKIP By the UK Independence Party.
(Subs · Repeat)
19:00 The ONE Show
Matt Baker and Alex Jones host the live magazine show, with a team of roving reporters presenting stories of interest from around the UK, plus big-name studio guests.
(Subs)
20:00 Masterchef
Series 10. Episode 13/24 John Torode and Gregg Wallace present the penultimate heat. The six hopefuls begin by dishing up their calling card, a single plate of food showcasing their talent in the kitchen, followed by the invention test, in which the ingredients include rhubarb, lime, pomegranate and popping candy, or pollock, sausages, Parmesan and quail's eggs. After two cooks are sent home, things get serious, with the rest preparing a two-course dinner for 2007 MasterChef winner Steven Wallis, as well as Sara Danesin and Alex Rushmer, finalists from 2011 and 2010 respectively. It's then down to the judges to decide which two will advance to Friday's quarter-final.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
21:00 Jamaica Inn
Series 1. Episode 3/3 As the net tightens on the smuggling gang, Jem is determined to discover the identity of the man who gives Joss his orders, but his brother is unwilling to give up his boss's name. With things falling apart, Mary is desperate to save her Aunt Patience. However, as she tries to uncover the truth, she begins to wonder if there is anyone left that she can trust. Jessica Brown Findlay, Joanne Whalley, Matthew McNulty and Sean Harris star in the period drama. Last in the series.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
22:00 BBC News
(Subs)
22:25 BBC Regional News and Weather
(Subs)
22:35 A Question of Sport
Series 43. Episode 23/36 Winter Olympic curling silver medalist David Murdoch, England cricketer Michael Carberry, world champion swimmer Keri-Anne Payne and former footballer Dietmar Hamann join team captains Phil Tufnell and Matt Dawson for another round of the quiz. Presented by Sue Barker.
(Subs)
23:05 Room 101 - Extra Storage
Series 3. Episode 1/8 Frank Skinner welcomes Pointless co-host Richard Osman, broadcaster Joan Bakewell and comedienne Roisin Conaty to discuss their pet hates, including Bambi, chewing gum and cobblers. And as it's an extended edition, there'll be at least one more previously unseen round, giving the contestants a further chance to banish something - or someone - that really gets on their wick.
(Subs)
23:45 Film: The Private Lives of Pippa Lee
A middle-aged woman married to a man 30 years older than her is shocked when he announces his intention to leave their New York home in favour of a retirement community. Driven to desperation by her dull new surroundings and her husband's affair with an even younger woman, she looks back on her wild youth. Drama, with Robin Wright, Alan Arkin and Winona Ryder.
(Subs)
BBC 2
18:00 Eggheads
Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows including Mastermind and Fifteen to One work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize.
(Subs · Repeat)
18:30 Escape to the Continent
Series 1. Episode 13/20: Italy (Umbria) Anita Rani heads to the Italian region of Umbria to go property shopping with newlyweds searching for a home where they can live and work on a budget of £250,000. Anita introduces the couple to some British expats to get the lowdown on moving to Italy, and also tries her hand at the ancient craft of lace-making.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
19:30 Great British Menu
Series 9. Episode 13/45: South West Main South West chefs Emily Watkins, Dominic Chapman and Josh Eggleton go all out to impress the mystery judge as they prepare their main courses. The contenders are vying for a place in the regional final and the chance to cook at a banquet in St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
(Subs)
20:00 Under Offer: Estate Agents on the Job
Series 1. Episode 3/6 Archie Melville hopes the summer weather holds to help shift a 970-acre uninhabited island in the Outer Hebrides with tricky `boat only' access, while a recently widowed Exeter woman is slowly coming to terms with having to sell her family home after 30 years. Estate agent to the super-rich Gary Hersham jets off to Cannes in the French Riviera in a bid to sell a property with 12 bedrooms, eight reception rooms, 13 bathrooms, a swimming pool and a helipad.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
21:00 Ian Hislop's Olden Days - The Power of the Past in Britain
Series 1. Episode 3/3: Green Imagined Land The 1851 census revealed that Britain had become the world's first urbanised nation, an epochal change that ushered in an idealised vision of the countryside that has been celebrated by some British writers, painters and musicians ever since. Ian Hislop examines this rose-tinted view of the past in works by influential Victorian watercolourist Myles Birket Foster, whose paintings feature thatched cottages and apple-cheeked maids, and author JRR Tolkien, who portrayed the battle between the rural and the industrial in the fantasy world of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Last in the series.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
22:00 Happy Birthday BBC Two
Series 1. Episode 3/4 The 2004 tribute looking back at the highs and lows of BBC Two over the decades continues. Featuring contributions from stars and programme-makers, who provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of the turning points in British television.
(Subs)
22:30 Newsnight
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Kirsty Wark.
(Subs)
23:20 Snooker: The World Championship
2014 Day Five Jason Mohammad introduces highlights of the third and final session on day five at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, featuring Mark Davis v Dominic Dale and Mark Allen v Michael Holt in round one. Davis has blossomed late in his career and is currently ranked higher than at any previous point, meaning he is seeded here for the first time and looking to build on his 10-6 first-round victory over John Higgins in the 2013 tournament. The commentary team includes Willie Thorne, Terry Griffiths and Ken Doherty.
(Subs)
ITV 1
18:00 ITV News London
(Subs)
18:25 Party Election Broadcast for the European Parliament
UKIP By the UK Independence Party.
(Repeat)
18:30 ITV News and Weather
(Subs)
19:00 Emmerdale
James takes £10,000 out of the bank to buy a silage trailer and returns with the cash, parking near the garage where Cain and Moira have been chatting. When a car Ross is working underneath gives way, they rush to his aid, but then James realises the unattended money has mysteriously gone missing. The situation with Belle takes its toll on Zak when Cain finds him having a panic attack in the barn, while Finn masquerades as Declan at an expensive champagne bar, complete with the businessman's credit card. Pete tries to get to the bottom of Debbie's bad mood.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
19:30 Coronation Street
Leanne struggles to resist temptation when she is left alone with Kal, after he steps in for a stripper who fails to turn up for a hen night at the Bistro. Tracy thinks she has found Mr Right so she proposes to Rob, while Tina is relieved when Steve tells her he doesn't intend to breathe a word about her affair with Peter. Anna takes a cleaning job at the Rovers, Maria watches jealously as Tyrone and Fiz kiss, and Gail is furious to learn the burglar at No 8 only received a 12-month sentence.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
20:00 Big Star's Little Star
Series 2. Episode 5/8 Stephen Mulhern invites three more youngsters to spill the beans about their celebrity parents, making heart-warming revelations or telling downright embarrassing stories. Playing to win up to £15,000 for charity are long-distance runner Paula Radcliffe, with her daughter Isla Lough, Coronation Street star Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald), joined by his son Alfie Gregory, and Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton, with her son Harry Erraji.
(Subs)
21:00 Law & Order: UK
Series 8. Episode 7/8: Hard Stop When a series of shootings claims one of their own, Ronnie and Joe have little time to grieve - they must solve the case before the killer reaches their next target on a hit list that includes CPS director Henry Sharpe. It gradually becomes apparent that the common thread connecting all the names is the case of Mark Glendon, convicted of the murder of his wife four years earlier. Although he's still in custody, a retrial is imminent, putting pressure on the team to catch the murderer before the jury delivers its verdict.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
22:00 ITV News at Ten and Weather
(Subs)
22:30 ITV News London
(Subs)
22:35 Paul O'Grady's Animal Orphans
Series 1. Episode 3/3 The comedian visits an animal rehabilitation centre in Pretoria, where he bottle-feeds a giraffe calf that was abandoned by its parents hours after its birth. He then meets a warthog in Durban that is about to be released into the wild, before feeding and preening a chick at a vulture conservation project near Johannesburg. Finally, Paul heads to Kafue National Park in Zambia to see where the elephants end up after they leave the nursery. Last in the series.
(Subs · Repeat)
23:35 Baboons with Bill Bailey
Series 1. Episode 3/8: Fatal Attraction The male baboons of the Smitz troop living on the coastal cliffs south of Cape Town go on the defensive when bad boy Jimmy tries to intrude on their patch with a display of aggression. Meanwhile, Clint tries a different approach as he attempts to wheedle his way into the Tokai troop by sitting slumped with his head down and looking pathetic - but dominant male Danny is not easily impressed.
(Subs · Repeat)
Channel 4
18:00 The Simpsons
Series 8. Episode 1/25: Treehouse of Horror VII Bart and his family enter the twilight zone in three more cartoon tales of horror, including the discovery of Bart's demented twin in the attic and Lisa being the god to an alternative human species cultured in a margarine tub. Homer tries to expose two fraudulent presidential candidates.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
18:30 Hollyoaks
Grace wonders whether to help Trevor, and Sam resorts to desperate measures to save her family. Meanwhile, suspicions are rife in the Roscoe household as Sonny moves closer to solving his case, and after discovering a body, Holly begs Jason to flee the village with her.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
19:00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather.
(Subs)
20:00 Secret Eaters
Series 3. Episode 7/8 Ticket inspector Michael, 24, and stay-at-home mum Katie, 22, have piled on more than eight stone between them in four years, and have no idea why, so Anna Richardson puts them under 24-hour surveillance to solve the mystery. In Secret Science, psychologist David Lewis gathers a group of diners to test the theory that where people eat is just as important as what they eat.
(Subs)
21:00 How to Get a Council House
Series 2. Episode 2/3 Last year, 8,500 individuals visited Tower Hamlets' emergency housing department claiming to be in urgent need of help, each case coming with its own complications. From a single mother and her five-year-old daughter who are made homeless for rent arrears, to a family of four evicted by their own relatives, the programme finds out how people are being affected by the growing housing crisis in one of the UK's most densely populated boroughs.
(Subs)
22:00 Derek
Series 2. Episode 1/6 New series. Return of the bittersweet comedy drama, written by and starring Ricky Gervais. One year after the events of the first series, all the old Broadhill faces are back, alongside some new ones, and Derek is pleased his father is moving into the retirement home. Meanwhile, Tom and Hannah are taking things to another level, and Dougie and Vicky have no time for volunteer Geoff. With Karl Pilkington, Holli Dempsey, Kerry Godliman and Brett Goldstein.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
22:30 Game Face
Comedy, written by and starring Roisin Conaty, telling the story of Marcella as she tries to navigate her way through the world around her with the help of friends, a life coach and a driving instructor. It's Marcella's birthday and she's determined to turn over a new leaf, but after an awkward run-in with a childhood enemy, a few white lies, one drink too many and some dubious advice, her fresh start doesn't quite go as planned. With Alistair Green, Brendan Patricks, Cariad Lloyd and Caroline Ginty.
(Subs)
23:00 Jimmy Carr: Telling Jokes
The deadpan comedian's stand-up show recorded at London's Bloomsbury Theatre, featuring relentless one-liners, audience put-downs and a cynical take on topics including religion and sex, bullying and political correctness.
(Subs · Repeat)
Five
18:00 Home and Away
Andy realises the Braxtons have a point and tells Casey he's heading off to the city to help Josh, missing a date with a furious Hannah in the process. At the beach house, Sasha and Spencer share a civil moment, but it is spoilt by Matt's arrival, while Jett uses his position on the student council to try to set up a memorial in Gina's honour.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
18:30 NewsTalk Live
Topical debate and in-depth analysis of the day's major stories, with experts discussing the key talking points of the issues making the headlines and viewers also having the chance to give their opinions. Presented by Emma Crosby.
(Subs)
18:55 Party Election Broadcast
By the UK Independence Party.
19:00 Benidorm ER
Series 1. Episode 1/6 A Cheshire man on a stag weekend is admitted to the clinic after slipping by the pool and breaking his arm - but his mates are far from sympathetic. Documentary following British tourists and expats in Benidorm who find themselves swapping sun loungers for hospital beds as they seek treatment for sickness and injuries.
(Subs · Repeat)
20:00 Killing Spree: Horror at the Mall
Series 1. Episode 5/6 On January 8, 2011, Jared Lee Loughner shot congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in the head at a constituency meeting in a supermarket car park in Tucson, Arizona, before going on to kill six people and injuring 12 others. This documentary uses testimonies from former school friends, eyewitnesses, survivors, and experts to examine the life of Loughner to find out what drove him to try to assassinate Giffords.
(Subs)
21:00 NCIS
Series 10. Episode 13/24: Hit and Run The team is called to the scene of a fatal car crash involving marine lance corporal Chad Dunn and student Lyla Cutwright. Duckie notices that the woman's injuries do not match the specifics of the accident and there are no skidmarks found at the scene, leading Gibbs to declare they possibly have a murder and a suicide on their hands. Abby calls in sick for the first time after the case stirs up a traumatic incident from her childhood. Mark Harmon and Pauley Perrette star.
(Subs · Audio/desc)
22:00 Castle
Series 3. Episode 18/24: One Life to Lose While filming a scene of hit soap opera Temptation Lane, an actor hides in a wardrobe and finds the dead body of the show's chief writer Sarah Cutler, who has been struck in the back with an axe. Castle and Beckett's investigation leads them to a superfan who reveals a lot about the complex relationships that exist both in front of and behind the cameras on the drama.
(Subs)
23:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Series 13. Episode 7/22: Fallen Angels Russell and the team are called out to a cemetery where the Rev Rick Renken has been found shot dead on the grave of former CSI Warrick Brown. A painkiller discovered in the victim's clothing leads the detectives to the home of Brown's widow Tina, where evidence indicates a recent visit by Renken, whose less-than-holy background provides a clue for the investigators.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
23:55 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Series 9. Episode 10/19: Snitch Benson and Stabler investigate the murder of a 14-year-old immigrant girl, and initially suspect the involvement of a thug with a history of violence - but the case is complicated by the discovery that the victim was married to a 35-year-old polygamist.
(Subs · Repeat)
DVD Offers

Wednesday night / Thursday morning

BBC 1
BBC 2
00:10 Snooker: World Championship Extra
2014 Day Five Extended highlights of a first-round match from the fifth day of the final ranking tournament of the season at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Presented by Jason Mohammad, with commentary and analysis by Steve Davis, Ken Doherty, John Parrott, Terry Griffiths, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, John Virgo and Stephen Hendry.
(Subs)
02:10 Border Country: The Story of Britain's Lost Middleland
Series 1. Episode 1/2 For historian Rory Stewart, the building of Hadrian's Wall in the second century was the single most important event in Britain's history. In the first of a two-part documentary, the MP for Penrith and the Border explores the landscape, oral history and archaeology of the region the wall runs through, examines the impact of Rome's occupation and departure, and reveals how the kingdom of Northumbria was born.
(Subs · Signed · Audio/desc · Repeat)
03:10 This Is BBC TWO
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.
(Subs)
ITV 1
00:05 Jackpot247
Viewers are offered the chance to participate in live interactive gaming from the comfort of their sofas, with an entertaining mix of roulette-wheel spins and lively chat from the presenting team. Featuring a variety of prizes and promotions.
03:00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA
The host takes his successful talk show stateside, where he invites American guests to air their differences, and dispenses his own judgment on the situation.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
03:45 ITV Nightscreen
Text-based information service.
05:05 The Jeremy Kyle Show
The host invites guests to air their differences over family and relationship issues, and provides them with his own brand of no-nonsense advice.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
Channel 4
00:00 Random Acts
Short arts film featuring a psychedelic trip deep into the jungle.
(Subs)
00:05 Music on 4: Music Nation
Series 1. Episode 4/5: Soap the Stamps The documentary profiling the `glory days' of the UK's best underground music scenes over the past 25 years continues with an exploration of the musical noise explosion that was British hardcore, which was inspired by the punk rock genre. The programme follows the obsessive fans and musicians who turned rural satellites and drab suburbs on their heads.
(Subs)
00:35 Film: The Savages
An estranged sister and brother with disastrous personal lives and unfulfilled ambitions are thrown back together when they are forced to care for their elderly father, who is suffering from dementia. But, before long, the middle-aged siblings' neuroses bubble to the surface as they trawl from care home to care home trying to manage their father's final days. Comedy drama, with Laura Linney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Philip Bosco and Peter Friedman.
(Subs)
02:30 Film: Brighton Rock
A baby-faced teenage gangster charms an impressionable waitress into providing him with an alibi for a murder - but she falls head over heels in love with him, leading to his ultimate downfall. Thriller, based on Graham Greene's novel, starring Richard Attenborough, Hermione Baddeley, William Hartnell and Carol Marsh.
(Subs · Signed · Audio/desc)
04:10 Superscrimpers' Challenge
Series 7. Episode 9/20: Fabric, Pudding and Fancy Dress Three overspending friends attempt to make themselves new outfits and buy accessories for £30, and a mother who is inept in the kitchen is given £10 to cook her family's favourite takeaway. Plus, another mum who recently spent £800 on fancy-dress outfits for her two sons is challenged to create two costumes for a tenner.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
05:05 Deal or No Deal
Contestants try to beat the banker and guess the contents of mystery boxes to win a big-money prize. In a game-changing twist, players could now win up to £500,000 by doubling their winnings with box 23 - if they are brave enough to buy it with what they have already won. Presented by Noel Edmonds.
(Subs · Audio/desc · Repeat)
Five
00:45 True Crimes: The First 72 Hours
Series 1. Episode 13/45: Hate Crime Detectives investigate the murder of a young Orthodox Jewish man from Toronto, who was gunned down during a visit to his family in Pittsburgh, simply because of the way he was dressed. Following real cases from across Canada and America during the first three days after each crime is committed, which can often provide a breakthrough or undermine them completely.
(Subs · Repeat)
01:10 SuperCasino
Viewers get the chance to take part in live interactive gaming, with an entertaining mix of roulette-wheel spins and lively chat from the presenting team. Featuring a variety of prizes and promotions.
03:10 Beware! Cowboy Builders Abroad
Series 9. Episode 1/6: Spain In a spin-off from the regular programme, Dominic Littlewood is joined by interior designer Gabrielle Blackman to help British expats who have fallen victim to unreliable tradespeople. Peter bought an illegally and badly built hotel in Spain and on its opening night, raw sewage spewed out onto the ground floor - leading to the hotel being shut down by the authorities. With no money coming in, Peter defaulted on his mortgage and lost everything and is now shelf-stacking back in England.
(Subs · Repeat)
04:00 House Doctor
Series 6. Episode 12/15: Sandhurst Ann Maurice and Alistair Appleton head for Sandhurst, Berkshire, to offer advice to Julie Frith, the owner of a four-bedroom house that has remained unsold for a year, despite two reductions in the asking price. The first thing that strikes potential buyers is the property's unfinished feel.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
04:20 House Doctor
Series 6. Episode 13/15: Compilation 1 Ann Maurice and Alistair Appleton look back over home improvement highlights from the series, and focus on making the most of original features.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
04:45 Great Scientists
Series 1. Episode 2/5: Galileo Profile of 16th-century Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei, whose observations through a telescope of his own invention led him to defend the Copernican thesis that Earth orbited the sun instead of vice versa - a view that got him into trouble with the Inquisition. Presented by Allan Chapman.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
05:10 Wildlife SOS
Series 2. Episode 20/26 The work of volunteers treating sick, injured and orphaned animals at a wildlife sanctuary.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
05:35 Wildlife SOS
Series 2. Episode 21/26 The work of volunteers treating sick, injured and orphaned animals at a wildlife sanctuary.
(Subs · Signed · Repeat)
DVD Offers
Select your ITV region


Retro Game Demos
classic games revisitted
Starlutz cult cinema
(possibly NSFW)
TV Cream
unforgettable telly
TV Zap
worldwide TV guide
eXTReMe Tracker