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  UK TV Listings on the 2nd of August 2014
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Saturday morning

BBC 1
06:00 Breakfast
A round-up of national and international news, plus sports reports, weather forecasts and arts and entertainment features. Including NewsWatch at 7.45.
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09:30 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Mishal Husain introduces the opening live coverage on the 10th and penultimate day of the Glasgow Games, with much of the attention likely to be on Tom Daley in the men's 10m platform preliminary at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh. Daley should comfortably book his place in this evening's final in his favoured event, as he aims to successfully defend the title he won four years ago in Delhi, which continued his rise to prominence. Plus, action across the Games, as several sports move closer to a conclusion.
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BBC 2
06:00 Film: A Date With the Falcon
The dashing detective gets drawn into the hunt for a scientist's formula for creating fake diamonds. He uses himself as bait to lure a criminal gang plotting to steal the secret into a trap, but the scheme leads to him being framed for murder and pursued by crooks and cops alike. Thriller, starring George Sanders and Wendy Barrie.
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07:00 Film: The Falcon Strikes Back
The debonair crimebuster is framed for the murder of a banker, and the theft of valuable war bonds. With the law on his tail, the Falcon takes refuge in a rustic mountain lodge, where he sets about trying to determine the identity of the true culprit. Crime thriller, starring Tom Conway, Edward Gargan, Harriet Hilliard and Jane Randolph.
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08:05 The Living Planet
Series 1. Episode 9/12: The Margins of the Land Naturalist David Attenborough takes a journey around the shorelines of the world to examine the ways in which fauna and flora have adapted to intertidal environments. First shown in 1984.
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09:00 Fred Dibnah's Industrial Age
Series 1. Episode 6/6: Ships and Engineering The former steeplejack recalls the golden age of shipbuilding, examining the skills of engineers who turned Britain into one of the leading manufacturing nations, and visits Bristol to pay tribute to his personal hero Isambard Kingdom Brunel. He also travels to Scotland for a voyage on the paddle steamer Waverley. Last in the series.
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09:30 Great British Railway Journeys
Series 1. Episode 17/20: Cromford to Burton-on-Trent Michael Portillo embarks on the second leg of his journey from Buxton to London, stopping at Cromford, Derbyshire, where Bradshaw's railway guide reports Richard Arkwright built his original cotton mill. He also visits Derby to take a walk through Britain's first public park, and heads for Burton-on-Trent for a tour of Burton Bridges Breweries.
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10:00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites
James Martin presents highlights of the series, recalling his favourite moments from the past year in the kitchen. Also includes classic archive recipes as prepared by Rick Stein.
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11:30 Food & Drink
Series 2. Episode 8/10: Guilty Pleasures Chef Angela Hartnett joins Michel Roux Jr in the kitchen for a discussion on food they consider a guilty pleasure. She creates a pizza bianco using rich and creamy Tallegio cheese, while resident drinks expert Kate Goodman picks three Italian reds that perfectly complement the dish. Plus, Rachel Khoo argues the case for full-fat food and Michel prepares an indulgent chocolate and salted caramel dessert.
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ITV 1
06:00 Pat & Stan
Animated fun with Pat the hippopotamus and Stan the dog.
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06:10 Pat & Stan
Animated fun with Pat the hippopotamus and Stan the dog.
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06:20 Pat & Stan
Animated fun with Pat the hippopotamus and Stan the dog.
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06:25 Dino Dan
Adventures for younger viewers following trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson and his friends.
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06:35 Dino Dan
Adventures for younger viewers following trainee palaeontologist Dan Henderson and his friends.
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06:50 Canimals
Fun for younger viewers with the group of tin can-like animals that love finding something new and worthy of attention in the most mundane of items.
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07:00 Canimals
Fun for younger viewers with the group of tin can-like animals that love finding something new and worthy of attention in the most mundane of items.
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07:05 Sooty
Further adventures with ever-popular puppet pals Sooty, Sweep and Soo.
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07:20 Digimon Fusion
Animated series about a boy called Mikey Kudou, who uses the power of joining together Digimon to save the Digital World.
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07:40 Mr Bean: The Animated Series
Chaotic cartoon capers following the further adventures of the popular halfwit immortalised in the live-action TV series and Hollywood film. With the voice of Rowan Atkinson.
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08:00 Adventure Time
Finn goes on adventures with Jake the dog.
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08:25 ITV News
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08:30 Weekend
Series 1. Episode 29/42 Actor John Challis, entrepreneur Luisa Zissman and Downton Abbey star Julian Ovenden join host Aled Jones. Slow Club also perform, and Lucie Cave reviews the week's main television shows.
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09:25 The Hungry Sailors
Series 2. Episode 14/30 Dick and James Strawbridge visit the village of Rock on the north coast of Cornwall, where they sample the area's famous oysters and its sailing. Along the way the father-and-son duo pick up some extra ingredients and compete to produce the best dish when they cook for the locals back on their pilot cutter, the Morwenna.
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10:25 Murder, She Wrote
Series 10. Episode 11/21: Northern Explosion Jessica investigates when the conflict between a mining company and a group of Native Americans over land rights leads to murder. Whodunit, starring Angela Lansbury as the crime writer with a sideline in solving mysteries.
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11:20 ITV News and Weather
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11:30 Storage Hoarders
Series 2. Episode 10/30 Aggie MacKenzie and her team turn their attention to a hoard belonging to a part-time musician, who has high hopes that his stash of old furniture will raise a tidy sum at auction. Meanwhile, in Cheshire, a pub landlord takes a trip down memory lane as he picks through a barn full of childhood collectibles.
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Channel 4
06:10 The Hoobs
Series 1. Episode 2/250: Monkeys Iver, Groove, Tula and Roma meet an unhappy monkey and set about trying to cheer him up.
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06:40 The Grid
Including an insight into how NASCAR team Stewart-Haas Racing runs four cars in the Sprint Cup Series, and a look at Porsche's young-driver training programme in China.
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07:05 Trans World Sport
A look inside Yemen's sporting scene and a visit to Sweden for the latest round of the FIA Rallycross World Championship. Plus, button football from Brazil and a meet up with Polish strongman Krzysztof Radzikowski.
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08:00 The Morning Line
Nick Luck is joined by Frankie Dettori at Glorious Goodwood to look ahead to this afternoon's meeting and review the first four days of the festival.
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09:00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 4. Episode 17/24: Hackidu Ray's efforts to take an interest in one of Ally's hobbies backfire, leaving him searching for a particularly rare trading card to make amends. American comedy, starring Ray Romano, Madylin Sweeten and Patricia Heaton.
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09:30 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 4. Episode 18/24: Debra Makes Something Good Debra finally prepares a palatable meal, much to the surprise of her long-suffering family, who have grown accustomed to a steady stream of culinary disasters.
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10:00 Frasier
Series 5. Episode 19/24: Frasier's Gotta Have It The radio psychiatrist dates a beautiful woman, but drives everyone crazy when he begins to feel insecure about his own looks. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer.
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10:30 Frasier
Series 5. Episode 20/24: First Date Niles tries to ask Daphne for a date but she misunderstands his intentions, and Frasier has a frustrating episode of his own. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce and Jane Leeves.
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11:00 The Big Bang Theory
Series 6. Episode 18/24: The Contractual Obligation Implementation While the girls go to Disneyland and get made up as princesses, the guys have to promote science as a career option for women at Howard's old middle school. Meanwhile, Raj and Lucy have their first date in a library, where instead of speaking to each other they send text messages.
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11:25 The Big Bang Theory
Series 6. Episode 19/24: The Closet Reconfiguration Bernadette and Howard host a dinner party, but as it falls on Sheldon's Thai food night, he opts to bring his own dinner. As punishment for his lack of manners, the gang decides he should organise Wolowitz's cluttered wardrobe, but he discovers an unopened letter from Howard's father, who hasn't made contact in years.
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11:55 The Simpsons
Series 7. Episode 15/25: Bart the Fink Bart inadvertently exposes Krusty the Clown as one of the worst tax-dodgers in history and faces the trauma of seeing his TV idol prosecuted for fraud.
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Five
06:00 Peppa Pig
Series 1. Episode 23/52: The New Car The car breaks down, so the family gets a shiny new one to replace it.
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06:05 Roary the Racing Car
Series 2. Episode 22/52: How the Hatch Was Won Big Chris tries to cheer up a homesick Tin Top, but someone is causing trouble on the track.
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06:15 Abby's Flying Fairy School
Series 1. Episode 15/26: Fly Me to the Goon Abby takes a rabbit to school, but it begins hitting other pupils on the head.
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06:25 Bubble Guppies
Series 1. Episode 15/20: Have a Cow! A cow named Butterscotch and her farmer show the gang what life is like on a farm.
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06:35 The Mr Men Show
Series 2. Episode 51/52: Travel A cabin in the mountains is too small for Mr Fussy and his friends, Mr Grumpy has a bumpy ride on a camel tour and Mr Nervous tries to relax by the pool with Miss Scary.
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06:50 Chloe's Closet
Series 2. Episode 1/26: To Bee or Not to Bee Chloe, Carys and Tara meet a little bee in the land of flowers, who needs to learn how to be happy doing little things.
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07:00 Roobarb and Custard Too
Series 2. Episode 13/39: When There Really Was a Something Everyone gets excited about a new film. Animated adventure, narrated by Richard Briers.
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07:10 Bananas in Pyjamas
Series 2. Episode 44/52: A Bunch of Bananas The duo are impressed with Charlie's latest invention - a super ball that never stops bouncing, but when they accidentally let it out of the workshop, they struggle to catch it. Animation, featuring the voices of Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood.
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07:25 Make Way for Noddy
Series 1. Episode 6/100: Noddy and the Lost Tool One of Mr Sparks' tools goes missing and Noddy gets the blame because he borrowed it without asking.
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07:40 City of friends
Series 1. Episode 4/52: Down the Drain Timba gets stuck down a drain and his screams for help make Kimmy nervous.
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07:55 Little Princess
Series 3. Episode 32/35: I Want a Pen Pal The youngster is set on the idea of receiving a letter in the post, and resolves to find herself a pen pal.
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08:05 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky
Series 4. Episode 8/26: Our New House Bill and Corky's home is fitted with a computer that can cook, clean and play games, but they find there is nothing left for them to do.
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08:25 Angelina Ballerina
Series 6. Episode 7/20: Angelina and the Windy Children's Day A windy day threatens to ruin the mouselings' annual children's day, a celebration they have worked really hard to prepare.
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08:40 Rupert Bear
Series 1. Episode 23/52: Rupert and the Treasure Chest Rupert plays pirates and finds a treasure-seeking coin.
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09:00 Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom
Series 1. Episode 45/52: Picnic on the Moon The visitors venture out of the rockets onto the moon, but quickly realise they do not have enough fuel to return home.
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09:15 Jelly Jamm
Series 2. Episode 12/26: Double Bello Bello tries to prove that it is possible to do two things at the same time - taking care of the King while celebrating a birthday.
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09:30 LazyTown
Series 3. Episode 8/13: The Blue Knight The gang re-enacts the legend of the Blue Knight, who defended Lazy Town from a dragon.
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10:00 Access
Showbiz news and gossip.
10:05 Emergency Bikers
Series 3. Episode 5/10 Mark Hayes deals with an aggressive drunk in Birmingham city centre, while officers in Essex crack down on uninsured vehicles and unlicensed drivers. Steve Harris is called to a pregnant woman in extreme pain and Oxford paramedics rush to an old lady who has taken a heavy fall.
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11:00 Emergency Bikers
Series 3. Episode 10/10 Fire crews have to cut a man free from his car following a serious accident in Birmingham, and paramedic Steve Harris treats a girl who has injured her head in a playground. In Oxfordshire, Eddie Webb discovers a man who appears to have fallen has actually got a rare medical condition and needs to be taken to hospital, and PC Lucy Watson deals with an argumentative driver with eyesight problems.
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Saturday afternoon

BBC 1
12:00 BBC News; Weather
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12:10 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Hazel Irvine and Jason Mohammad present further live coverage on the penultimate day of the Games, with the boxing finals at The Hydro in Glasgow taking much of the attention. Seven gold medals are set to be decided this afternoon, in the men's light flyweight, flyweight, bantamweight, lightweight and light welterweight, and women's flyweight and lightweight categories. Nicola Adams claimed the first Olympic women's boxing gold medal in history at London 2012 in the flyweight division, and will expect to be involved here, having also tasted glory at last year's European Union Amateur Championships in Hungary.
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15:00 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Continued coverage from Glasgow, where the 10th and penultimate day of the 20th staging of the Games takes place.
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17:20 BBC News; Regional News and Weather
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17:40 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Further coverage on day 10 of the Games, which are being staged in Glasgow, with events taking place across the city.
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BBC 2
12:00 Rick Stein's India
Series 1. Episode 3/6 The chef visits the town of Madurai in Tamil Nadu, where he learns the art of temple cooking and samples south Indian dish sambar. He then takes a road trip across the Western Ghats to the state of Kerala, where he prepares regional dessert payasam and a traditional pork curry.
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13:00 Robert Redford: Talking Pictures
Series 1. Episode 28/34 An insight into the life of the Hollywood actor, who is one of the screen's greatest heart-throbs, featuring rarely seen interviews that show he was much more than just a pin-up. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
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13:40 Film: The Way We Were
Upper-class novelist Hubbell Gardiner and Jewish political activist Katie Morosky meet at college in the 1930s and later marry. Although very much in love, their opposing political outlooks lead to conflict when Hubbell's successful career as a Hollywood screenwriter is compromised by his wife's socialist leanings. As the 1950s dawn it becomes clear their differences are too great to overcome. Romantic drama, with Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand, Bradford Dillman and Murray Hamilton.
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15:35 Escape to the Country
Series 11. Episode 10/75: Shropshire Alistair Appleton helps a couple find an eco-friendly home in Shropshire. They have aspirations to run a green B&B, self-catering lets and sustainable lodges, and cannot believe their luck when they discover a 600-year-old farmhouse with brick barns to convert and three acres of land within budget.
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16:20 Beavers Behaving Badly - Natural World
Series 33. Episode 8/10 The Wyoming Wetlands Society is a non-profit organisation that relocates beavers that have been damaging expensive landscaped areas and flooding yards and roads with their dam-building activities in Teton County. This documentary follows the work of Drew Reed as he traps the problem animals and takes them to drainage areas of the Gros Ventre River, where the beavers help to restore and enhance wetland habitats, providing many direct and indirect benefits to both wildlife and people. Rob Brydon narrates.
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17:20 Flog It!
Series 8. Episode 7/75: Liverpool Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bateman value antiques at St George's Hall in Liverpool, where items include a Julia Carter Preston plate. Presenter Paul Martin visits a factory that has been producing musical organs since 1845.
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ITV 1
12:30 All Star Mr & Mrs
Series 6. Episode 7/8 Phillip Schofield is joined by EastEnders actor Terry Alderton (Terry Spraggan) and his wife Dee, Rab C Nesbitt star Gregor Fisher with his wife Vicki and Eternal singer Kelle Bryan-Gudgeon and her husband Jay. The contestants find out how much they really know about their other halves, and the couple who give the most correct answers to a series of questions receive the chance to win £30,000 for their chosen charity. However, no one walks away empty-handed, with the losing pairs each receiving £5,000 for a good cause - not to mention the much-coveted Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
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13:30 Peter Andre's 60 Minute Makeover
Series 10. Episode 26/30: Southend The Australian singer visits Southend-on-Sea, Essex, where he teams up with interior designer John Amabile to transform a lounge and a dining room.
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14:25 Catchphrase
Series 1. Episode 7/9 Stephen Mulhern hosts a revival of the popular game show. Asking players to `see it and say it', he challenges them to guess the familiar phrases hidden in animated clues, and one contestant will go through to the Super Catchphrase round for the chance to win £50,000.
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15:10 Film: The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery
A crook and his cronies stash the money from a train heist in a deserted old mansion, planning to recover it in good time. However, several years later, when the thieves arrive to collect their loot, they discover the building has been turned into a school for girls where the pupils have become infamous for their escapades. Comedy, starring Frankie Howerd, Reg Varney, George Cole and the late Dora Bryan.
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17:00 Film: Valiant
Computer-animated adventure following the antics of a plucky pigeon who volunteers for duty with the Royal Homing Pigeon Service during the Second World War, delivering vital messages across the English Channel and braving attacks by a squadron of ruthless Nazi falcons. With the voices of Ewan McGregor, Ricky Gervais, Tim Curry, Jim Broadbent and Hugh Laurie.
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Channel 4
12:25 Speed with Guy Martin
Series 1. Episode 2/4 For his second adrenaline-fuelled challenge, the racer tries to set the world record for riding a motorcycle on water. With the help of a Cambridge professor and a team of marine engineers, he attempts the feat at Bala Lake in Snowdonia, with extra fittings on his bike that should enable it to skim across the surface. Crashing is inevitable, so Guy endures a rigorous training schedule to prepare himself for the task.
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13:30 Channel 4 Racing
2014 Glorious Goodwood: Day Five Nick Luck presents live coverage of the fifth and final day of the Glorious Goodwood festival, with races at 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Plus races from Newmarket at 2.20 and 2.55. With commentary by Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson, and reports from Emma Spencer and Gina Bryce.
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16:10 Come Dine with Me
Series 20. Episode 61/140: Swindon Five amateur cooks from Swindon take turns trying to throw the perfect dinner party. International DJ Mark Eteson hosts the first night and hopes his Ibiza-style menu featuring Bora Bora Beach brownies, paella and fishcakes will be a hit, before challenging his guests to a rave-off which he will judge himself.
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16:40 Come Dine with Me
Series 20. Episode 62/140: Swindon Amateur dramatics enthusiast Michaela Kearns hosts the second party in Swindon, but admits she is not much of a cook. She hopes to dazzle her guests with a glamour-filled evening featuring melted chocolate with dipping treats, but anticipates she might not be able to persuade her fellow diners to take part in her planned show tune performance - complete with a full band.
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17:10 Come Dine with Me
Series 20. Episode 63/140: Swindon Financial advisor Scott Hillier hosts Swindon's third party, hoping to impress his guests with a Wild West-themed evening. Tensions run high as Gill Bright awkwardly apologises to last night's host Michaela Kearns and Scott Hillier hopes to smooth things over by performing a rap.
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17:45 Come Dine with Me
Series 20. Episode 64/140: Swindon Direct sales manager Sally Rachael hosts the fourth dinner party in Swindon, featuring a `girls' night in' theme with mysteriously titled dishes and a quirky dress code that leaves her guests clueless and unhappy.
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Five
12:00 Emergency Bikers
Series 6. Episode 2/6 In Bristol, biker paramedic Rich Coad is called out to a man who has had a life-threatening allergic reaction to eating spinach, while Rob Griffiths races to the scene when two bank-holiday bikers in Cornwall are involved in a horrific crash. In Essex, police officer Ray Jeffery suspects that a van he has stopped could well have been involved in something serious, and his colleague Tracey is taking no nonsense on one of the county's most dangerous roads.
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13:00 Film: Rocky III
World heavyweight boxing champion Rocky Balboa settles down into a life of luxury - but a cloud appears on the horizon in the shape of ambitious contender Clubber Lang, whose brutal fighting style represents a serious threat to his title. Drama, starring Sylvester Stallone, Mr T, Burgess Meredith, Talia Shire, Burt Young, Carl Weathers and Hulk Hogan. Edited to reduce violence and blood.
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14:55 Film: Every Which Way But Loose
A truck driver travels across America with his faithful orang-utan competing in bare knuckle fights for extra cash. He becomes smitten with a country singer who subsequently vanishes without a trace, so man and ape set off in search of her - with an enraged gang of bikers in pursuit. Action comedy, starring Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis and Beverly D'Angelo. Part of the Clint Eastwood Double.
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17:10 Film: Where Eagles Dare
A US general with knowledge of the plans for D-Day is captured and taken to a heavily defended fortress in the Alps. A crack team of British soldiers and an American lieutenant are dispatched to free him, but they soon realise there is a traitor in their ranks. Second World War adventure, starring Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood, Patrick Wymark, Michael Hordern and Mary Ure. Part of the Clint Eastwood Double.
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Saturday evening

BBC 1
19:00 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Hazel Irvine and Gary Lineker introduce live coverage of the concluding athletics session of the Games, staged at Hampden Park in Glasgow. Nine finals will take place this evening, and there is no doubt that Usain Bolt will be the star attraction, as he competes for Jamaica in the men's 4x100m relay. Somewhat surprisingly, Bolt has never won a Commonwealth Games medal, but he will expect to put that right with his world record-holding team and add gold to his outstanding collection, which includes six Olympic and eight world championship triumphs. The schedule also features the finals of the men's 4x400m relay, 1500m, triple jump and javelin, and the women's 4x100m relay, 4x400m relay, 5,000m and pole vault. Plus, updates from the final of the men's 10m platform discipline at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh, which is expected to feature Tom Daley.
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22:00 BBC News; Weather
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22:20 The National Lottery Live
Gaby Roslin pushes the button to reveal the results of the Lotto and Thunderball draws.
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22:30 Tonight at the Games
Day 10 Mark Chapman and Clare Balding present a round-up of the 10th and penultimate day's action at the Commonwealth Games, which featured athletics and diving. The athletics at Hampden Park in Glasgow reached a conclusion with nine finals, including Usain Bolt as part of the Jamaica team hoping for glory in the men's 4x100m relay. The diving climaxed with the finals of the women's 3m springboard and men's 10m platform disciplines, with all eyes on Tom Daley in the latter, as he looked to successfully retain his title.
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23:40 Commonwealth Games Sportsday
Day 10 Katherine Downes presents a round-up of the 10th day's events in Glasgow, focusing on the medal winners as the 20th staging of the Games continued.
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23:55 Film: The Rookie
A talented baseball player's dreams of turning professional end with an injury. Years later, he takes up the sport again when he agrees to coach a high-school team. However, a light-hearted wager with the players obliges him to try to make a comeback to the big time - with astonishing results. Fact-based drama, with Dennis Quaid, Rachel Griffiths, Jay Hernandez, Beth Grant and Angus T Jones.
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BBC 2
18:10 Great War Diaries
Series 1. Episode 1/3 New series. Documentary using dramatic reconstructions to tell the story of the First World War based on the letters and journals of those who lived through it, revealing tales of personal tragedy, love, happiness, pain and grief. In the first edition, a Scottish auxiliary nurse accompanies the British Army to Belgium, a young Cossack girl follows her father into battle and a German woman endures the untimely death of her only son. A French boy witnesses his country under occupation, while a German schoolgirl is forbidden from using French words in class.
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19:10 Pembrokeshire: Coastal Lives
Series 1. Episode 4/4 Ghost hunters try to find out if Chapel Bay Fort at Angle contains more than just a collection of weapons, the people of Fishguard gather to cover the town in knitted `granny graffiti' and Nat James's big day finally arrives as she marries fiance Dan at St Davids Cathedral. Last in the series.
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19:40 Dad's Army
Series 4. Episode 13/14: Fallen Idol Under Captain Square's influence, Mainwaring has too much to drink and suffers a terrible hangover during a weekend course - but still manages to save Jonesy's life. Comedy, first shown in 1970, starring Arthur Lowe.
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20:15 Proms Extra 2014
Series 2. Episode 2/6 Katie Derham hosts the weekly magazine show, which includes a review of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra's performance of Bach's St John Passion. There is also a reflection on the Proms debut of the China Philharmonic Orchestra, whose programme featured Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 and Musorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Plus, leading stars of the classical musical world join Katie for conversation about all that the season has to offer and David Owen Norris presents his Chord of the Week, which nods to Mozart on this occasion.
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21:00 Melvyn Bragg's Radical Lives
Series 1. Episode 1/2: Now Is the Time - John Ball A two-part programme in which the broadcaster examines the lives, work and legacies of two men whose ideas have resonated with people both in their own time and down the centuries. The first edition focuses on 14th-century priest John Ball, who was persecuted by the Church authorities he despised and in 1381 joined forces with Wat Tyler in Kent to lead the uprising that became known as the Peasants' Revolt. Bragg explores how the words of Ball have helped shape rebellions and political thought for more than 600 years.
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22:00 Commonwealth Games
Day 10 Further coverage on day 10 of the Games, which are being staged in Glasgow, with events taking place across the city.
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22:30 QI XL
Series 11. Episode 15/16: Kitsch Extended edition. Sue Perkins, Reginald D Hunter and Jimmy Carr join regular panellist Alan Davies on the comedy quiz. Host Stephen Fry asks a range of fiendish questions on the topic of kitsch, with points being awarded for interesting answers as well as correct ones.
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23:15 Film: Apocalypto
A Mayan tribesman is captured by enemy warriors and taken to their city to be offered as a human sacrifice. However, he makes a desperate escape and plunges into the jungle in a fraught bid to free his pregnant wife and children from an underground cave. Meanwhile, his captors pursue him and there are omens of impending doom all around. Mel Gibson's historical adventure, with Rudy Youngblood and Dalia Hernandez. In Yucatec Maya.
ITV 1
18:35 ITV News London
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18:45 ITV News and Weather
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19:00 You've Been Framed!
Series 25. Episode 16/20 Surreal comedy from the mind of Harry Hill, inspired by viewers' clips, featuring everything from giddy grandmas, cute kids and crazy animals to below-the-belt mishaps, practical jokers and painful-looking accidents.
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19:30 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars
Series 2. Episode 5/8 Jim Moir - better known as Vic Reeves, one half of comedy double act Reeves and Mortimer - Dallas star Charlene Tilton (who played Lucy Ewing) and actress-singer Martine McCutcheon take turns on the arcade-style token-pushing machine. Dropping counters down a choice of four chutes, the celebrity contestants hope to knock piles of them off a moving shelf - and the more they collect, the better their chances of scooping the £20,000 prize for a charity of their choice. Game show, hosted by Ben Shephard.
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20:30 All Star Family Fortunes
Series 10. Episode 2/6: David Haye v Georgia May Foote Vernon Kay invites boxer David Haye and actress Georgia May Foote (Coronation Street's Katy Armstrong) to take part in the game show for charity. Teaming up with their families, the contestants answer a series of seemingly simple questions based on a survey of 100 members of the public, and the team that reaches the final round can win up to £30,000 for a good cause.
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21:30 Film: Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
Troubled Anakin Skywalker finds himself seduced by the dark side of the Force and is tempted into betraying his fellow Jedi Knights as conflict erupts across countless planets and the forces of evil prepare to seize control of the galaxy. The final instalment of the sci-fi prequel trilogy, with Hayden Christensen, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Samuel L Jackson, Ian McDiarmid and Christopher Lee. Continues after the News.
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23:05 ITV News and Weather
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23:25 Film: Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
Concluded.
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Channel 4
18:15 Come Dine with Me
Series 20. Episode 65/140: Swindon Alternative therapist Gill Bright hosts the final dinner party in Swindon and has plans for an `upstairs downstairs' Edwardian-themed evening with sophisticated food followed by some circle dancing to Bob Marley.
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18:45 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather.
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19:05 Amazing Spaces Shed of the Year
Series 1. Episode 2/3 George Clarke continues the search to find Britain's best shed, focusing on the Summerhouse/Cabin and Normal categories. He and his fellow judges visit a Gothic grotto decorated with 50,000 seashells, a replica 18th-century US frontier cabin, a scaled-down Elizabethan lodge, a disco shed, a 1970s amusement arcade - complete with a 12ft-high Ferris wheel - a 1950s American diner and a museum dedicated to TV comedy Dad's Army.
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20:00 Grand Designs
Series 10. Episode 1/14 Kevin McCloud follows the progress of architectural designer Lincoln Miles and his wife, artist Lisa Traxler, who want to create their own home on the Isle of Wight. They have bought a property on a prime piece of land and set out to convert it into a creative structure that harmonises with the unspoilt woodland setting.
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21:05 Film: The Inbetweeners Movie
Awkward teenagers Simon, Will, Jay and Neil plan a holiday to the Greek island of Crete after they finish their exams, hoping to experience drink, sex and debauchery beyond their wildest dreams. However, things do not quite work out as planned. Comedy based on the TV series, with Joe Thomas, Simon Bird, James Buckley and Blake Harrison.
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23:05 Film: Scary Movie
A ghost-masked killer, reminiscent of the villain in the Scream films, stalks a group of teenagers, who go to ever more ridiculous extremes to avoid death. Spoof horror, which lampoons blockbusters such as The Blair Witch Project, I Know What You Did Last Summer and The Matrix. With Anna Faris, Carmen Electra, Shannon Elizabeth, Jon Abrahams and Shawn and Marlon Wayans.
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Five
19:55 5 News Weekend
Round-up of the day's headlines from around the world.
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20:00 Blinging Up Baby
Documentary examining the growing trend for parents to kit out their toddlers in glamorous outfits, from crystal-covered dummies and frills to hairpieces, make-up and spray tans. In Essex, Sophie-May Dickson has dressed her two daughters like Barbie dolls since they were born, and talks about the criticism it has attracted both online and in the street. Birkenhead shop owner Marie Fullerton has been making bespoke children's clothing for 25 years, and reveals a recent upsurge in trade with people bringing in potties, prams and bathtubs to be `blinged up'. Jayne Ashbourne narrates.
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21:00 Big Brother
Series 15. Episode 60/73 Highlights of another 24 hours in the Big Brother house, including coverage of the latest eviction as seen from the point of view of the contestants, who share their diary-room thoughts on their recently departed friend - or enemy. Narrated by Marcus Bentley.
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22:00 Autopsy: The Last Hours of Karen Carpenter
Series 2. Episode 2/3 Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of the singer and drummer Karen Carpenter in February 1983, with the cause of death heart failure as a consequence of anorexia nervosa. Armed with the post-mortem report, Dr Shepherd goes back over the last few weeks of her life to try to unravel what happened, and uncovers stories of emetics, bulimia, heart problems, sedatives, massive weight loss, force-feeding and stays in hospital. With contributions by close friends, a psychologist and others who knew her.
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23:00 Big Brother's Bit on the Psych
Series 2. Episode 9/10 Rylan Clark and Iain Lee present weekly analysis of the housemates' behaviour, with input from psychologists and body-language experts as well as regular panellist Luisa Zissman.
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BBC 1
02:00 Weather for the Week Ahead
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02:05 BBC News
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BBC 2
01:20 Film: The Odd Angry Shot
Australian soldiers serving in the Vietnam War have little experience of combat and spend their days hiding in the jungles or drinking and gambling at their base camp. However, towards the end of their tour of duty, a fatal incident changes their attitude to the conflict, while their return home holds other surprises in store. Drama, starring John Hargreaves, Graham Kennedy and Bryan Brown.
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02:50 This Is BBC TWO
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.
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ITV 1
00:35 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.
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03:40 ITV Nightscreen
Text-based information service.
Channel 4
00:50 The Last Leg
Series 5. Episode 1/6 Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by celebrity guests for a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days. The trio offer their own unique insight into some of the most difficult and delicate issues in modern Britain, and answer that most important of questions: Is it OK?.
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01:30 Utopia
Series 2. Episode 4/6 Dugdale agrees to harbour Jessica and then visits Jen and Alice in a secret prison, while Ian and Becky try to work out the mystery of Anton's declaration that they are all going to die, tracking down the news footage and discovering which language he was speaking. Arby hands Donaldson over to Lee in return for Tess and Amanda's safety, while The Network advances its mission to release Russian flu on the world as Anton reveals the horrifying adjustment he made to Janus. Having revealed the shady organisation's plan to Wilson Wilson, Milner tests his allegiance.
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02:25 Film: Mother
A devoted mother lives in a small town in South Korea with her 28-year-old, mentally handicapped son. When a girl is found brutally murdered, the investigating officers arrest the boy and it is left to his mother to prove him innocent of the heinous crime. Thriller, starring Kim Hye-ja, Bin Won, Ku Jin, Je-mun Yun, Mi-sun Jun and Young-Suck Lee. In Korean.
04:30 Hollyoaks
Omnibus. With Cindy still missing, Holly can't help but worry, but will Mercedes do the right thing and come clean about her fight with the unstable mum? Meanwhile, with her vows just around the corner, Maxine prepares for a lifetime with controlling husband-to-be Patrick.
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Five
00:00 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 Big Brother
Series 15. Episode 60/73 Highlights of another 24 hours in the Big Brother house, including coverage of the latest eviction as seen from the point of view of the contestants, who share their diary-room thoughts on their recently departed friend - or enemy. Narrated by Marcus Bentley.
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04:00 Great Scientists
Series 1. Episode 5/5: Albert Einstein Allan Chapman presents a profile of the 20th century's most celebrated scientist, Albert Einstein. His ideas were central to the development of many of today's technologies, including space travel, mobile phones, digital television and the atomic bomb. Last in the series.
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04:25 Make It Big
Series 2. Episode 2/14 A group of children takes part in a reality contest to establish their own business organisation and host a charity event. Alanna has difficulty dealing with agents in her role as celebrity booker, the office furniture gets broken, and Matt's bombshell threatens his romance with Jess.
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04:50 Make It Big
Series 2. Episode 3/14 Booker Alanna is frustrated with the celebrity agents and her colleagues, but takes the lead when concern arises over one of the office fish. Another rebellion against the boss begins, putting a new member of the group in charge.
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05:15 Angels of Jarm
Series 1. Episode 1/40: It's Mine! Ellie is sent to the playgroup to persuade Otto to share his toys.
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05:25 Angels of Jarm
Series 1. Episode 2/40: Hats Off Angel Rafe intervenes when the children argue about their hats.
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05:35 Angels of Jarm
Series 1. Episode 3/40: The Picnic The playgroup go for a picnic, but Mick has to sort things out when Jess eats all the food.
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05:40 Roary the Racing Car
Series 1. Episode 1/52: Roary's First Day Roary feels nervous as he waits to take part in a race, and Big Chris reminds him of his first day at Silver Hatch.
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05:50 Roary the Racing Car
Series 1. Episode 2/52: Roary Slips Up Roary spills oil on the racing track and worries the other cars might slip on it.
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