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  UK TV Listings on the 18th of September 2014
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morning

BBC 1
06:00 Breakfast
Round-up of national and international news, plus the latest from the money markets.
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09:15 Rip Off Britain
Series 6. Episode 4/20 The consumer show tests whether people know what potential faults to look for when purchasing a second-hand car, and investigates if money-saving plans aimed at the over-50s pay out as much as expected. Plus, what happened when a family unwittingly chose to buy a puppy from a dodgy dealer.
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10:00 Homes under the Hammer
Series 18. Episode 38/60 Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore an eight-bedroom house in Seascale, Cumbria, a semi-detached home in Bearsted, Kent, and an end-of-terrace property in Chorley, Lancashire. They then speak to the new owners about their plans for the buildings, and how much they paid for them at auction.
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11:00 Street Patrol UK
Series 2. Episode 14/15 A team patrols Preston, Lancashire, after a bad night for the English football team in this year's World Cup. Meanwhile, in Newham, east London, council officers clamp down on shisha venues breaking the smoking ban, and church wardens in Derbyshire disturb thieves stealing lead roofing. Plus, the Croydon Club Angels visit a nightclub looking for members of the public who have had too much alcohol. Presented by Dominic Littlewood.
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11:45 Caught Red Handed
Series 2. Episode 14/20 Two robbers armed with knives regret the day they chose to pick on a defenceless grandmother, and a man makes a mistake with his fake injury claim. Presented by Dominic Littlewood.
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BBC 2
06:05 Homes under the Hammer
Series 15. Episode 72/100 Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a derelict house in Darlington, a one-bedroom flat in West Hampstead, London, and a former social club in Devon, before finding out what they sold for at auction and the new owners' plans.
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07:05 Street Patrol UK
Series 2. Episode 13/15 Dominic Littlewood meets police in south Wales who are cracking down on illegal off-roaders that are damaging the environment, going behind the wheel as they chase down the culprits. Plus, a hunt for metal thieves who stole brass war memorials honouring the British heroes of the First World War.
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07:50 Caught Red Handed
Series 2. Episode 13/20 Shocking evidence reveals a great-grandmother's mental and physical bullying by her so-called carers, and a sharp-eyed salesman rounds up some sofa rustlers. Dominic Littlewood reveals the innovative methods the police and members of the public are using to catch criminals in the act.
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08:20 Animal Saints and Sinners
Series 1. Episode 9/15 The documentary follows a team of dog control officers searching for a canine on the loose. Meanwhile, the story of how a donkey helped disabled twin girls is revealed.
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09:05 Escape to the Continent
Series 1. Episode 17/20: Italy (Le Marche) Nicki Chapman hopes to find a property for a woman planning to relocate her home and business to Italy's Marche region on a budget of £700,000. Away from the house-hunting, Nicki offers practical tips on making a move to Italy and visits the medieval town of Fabriano to learn the ancient art of paper-making.
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10:05 Gardeners' World
Series 47. Episode 23/31 For many gardeners, the beginning of September is the start of a new season and Monty Don embraces this shift as he harvests an abundance of produce, as well as looking ahead to the spring. Carol Klein explores the nooks and crannies of wildlife enthusiast Brigit Strawbridge's tiny garden in Shrewsbury to find out which creatures dwell in these hidden places. There is also a report from a hospital in Salisbury where a garden designed by Cleve West is helping spinal injury patients on their difficult road to recovery.
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10:35 HARDtalk
Stephen Sackur talks to people making the headlines.
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11:00 BBC News
The latest national and international stories as they break.
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11:30 BBC World News
The latest international headlines.
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ITV 1
06:00 Good Morning Britain
Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle talks about joining the Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games tour, and Downton Abbey's Lesley Nicol discusses her work in China to save bears.
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08:30 Lorraine
Series 5. Episode 186/258 Harry Potter star Helen McCrory talks about the second series of the gritty drama Peaky Blinders. Entertainment and fashion news, as well as showbiz stories, cooking and celebrity gossip. Presented by Lorraine Kelly.
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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.
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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 10.55 ITV News and Regional Weather.
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Channel 4
06:00 Countdown
Dictionary Corner guest Jenny Eclair joins Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley for the words-and-numbers game.
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06:45 Will & Grace
Series 3. Episode 14/25: Brothers, a Love Story Will is unimpressed when Matt pretends they are brothers in front of his bosses, and Karen is shocked to learn Stan has been persuaded to bequeath a third of his money to charity. With Eric McCormack and Patrick Dempsey.
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07:10 The King of Queens
Series 5. Episode 20/25: Driving Reign Carrie helps Danny get a job as a delivery driver - which puts him in direct competition with Doug. Starring Leah Remini and Gary Valentine.
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07:35 The King of Queens
Series 5. Episode 21/25: Clothes Encounter Carrie develops a habit of buying expensive clothes, only to return them to the shop a few days later. Meanwhile, Spence's girlfriend gives him an ultimatum.
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08:00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 8. Episode 4/23: Misery Loves Company Debra and Ray grow irritated by Robert and Amy's over-the-top displays of affection - especially when the pair start giving them relationship advice. Ray Romano and Patricia Heaton star.
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08:30 Everybody Loves Raymond
Series 8. Episode 5/23: The Contractor Gianni is hired to do some work on the kitchen, but infuriates Debra with his laziness. Comedy, starring Ray Romano, Jon Manfrellotti and Patricia Heaton.
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09:00 Frasier
Series 9. Episode 14/24: Juvenilia In a bid to boost his popularity with younger listeners, Frasier agrees to appear on KACL's show for teenagers - where the youthful host proceeds to lampoon him mercilessly. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer.
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09:30 Frasier
Series 9. Episode 15/24: The Proposal Niles leaves nothing to chance as he plans the perfect evening to propose to Daphne, but his efforts to persuade Martin to get her meddling mother out of the way by taking her on an impromptu date lead to disaster. Comedy, guest starring Millicent Martin, with John Mahoney and David Hyde Pierce.
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10:00 Frasier
Series 9. Episode 16/24: Wheels of Fortune Lilith's supposedly disabled half-brother Blaine Sternin comes to town seeking forgiveness for past misdemeanours - but Frasier is suspicious of his motives. Comedy, guest starring Michael Keaton (Batman).
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10:30 Undercover Boss
Series 5. Episode 3/6 Company director Ray Pope goes to work on the shop floor of Hyundai, discovering sales staff struggling to perform, mechanics so demoralised they are leaving their jobs, and valets frustrated at unachievable targets. Then he heads to the vehicle manufacturer's largest operation, Tilbury docks, where he learns that dozens of cars are being lost every day due to the system he is responsible for.
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11:30 Four in a Bed
Series 8. Episode 16/20 The latest competition begins at Trecarne House in Liskeard, Cornwall, where owners Trish and Tom Brock-Morgan hope to demonstrate that their B&B offers the best value for money. The pair win the group's admiration by sharing their life story, but one guest stirs up intrigue by holding his cards close to his chest.
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Five
06:00 Bananas in Pyjamas
Series 1. Episode 65/104: The Jelly Planet Charlie helps the Bananas repair their favourite pot for making jelly, and B1 and B2 examine one of his new inventions that looks like a small spaceship. Animated fun, featuring the voices of Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood.
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06:10 Igam Ogam
Series 2. Episode 18/26: Do It! The cave girl insists on attempting to do everything she can without any help from anyone else.
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06:25 Fireman Sam
Series 6. Episode 21/26: A Day at the Seaside Station Officer Steele joins Trevor and the gang for a picnic at Crabscuttle cove, but when their satnav goes wrong and leads them into wet sand, Elvis must try to save the day.
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06:35 The WotWots
Series 2. Episode 24/26: Wot a Hermit DottyWot makes a picture out of shells on the beach, but before she can show it to her brother, it moves.
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06:45 Peppa Pig
Series 4. Episode 47/52: Peppa's Circus Grandpa Pig erects a tent in the garden, so Peppa and her friends decide to stage a circus inside it.
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06:50 Pip Ahoy!
Series 1. Episode 22/52: Beside the Sneeze-side The gang go on a day trip on the bubble train, but Mr Morris sneezes so much that he is unable to drive and leaves Skipper to take control until they can find a cure.
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07:05 Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom
Series 2. Episode 32/52: Granny and Granpapa A magical card appears in the Little Kingdom inviting everybody to a party at Granny and Granpapa Thistle's castle in the clouds, where surprises await them.
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07:15 The Mr Men Show
Series 1. Episode 14/52: Inventions Little Miss Daredevil tests a new rocket chair on Mr Quiet. Simon Callow narrates.
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07:35 Thomas & Friends
Series 18. Episode 3/20: Flatbeds of Fear The engines hear spooky noises when a delivery of pipes is being unloaded at Brendam Docks, and Salty points out that it is the sound of the `flatbeds of fear'. Only Emily insists that there must be a sensible explanation - until she hears the sound herself.
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07:50 Noddy in Toyland
Series 1. Episode 36/52: The Enchanted Warbler Mr Plod and Noddy track down what they think is a rare bird, but discover the goblins have tricked them with a whistle.
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08:00 Little Princess
Series 2. Episode 24/35: I Want to Play Football The youngster learns football is not a sport to be played indoors.
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08:15 Peppa Pig
Series 2. Episode 50/52: Daddy Pig's Birthday Mummy Pig, Peppa and George plan a surprise for Daddy's birthday.
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08:25 Peppa Pig
Series 2. Episode 51/52: The Sleepover Zoe Zebra has a sleepover at Peppa's house.
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08:35 Toby's Travelling Circus
Series 1. Episode 45/52: Pirate Circus Thor finds a supply of pirate costumes, which inspires everyone to come up with ideas on a similar theme for the show.
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08:50 Bananas in Pyjamas
Series 1. Episode 31/104: Old Porridge Rat orders too much porridge, but comes up with an ingenious solution to get rid of the surplus stock. Animated adventure, featuring the voices of Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood.
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09:00 Tickety Toc
Series 1. Episode 18/52: Measuring Time The twins put Hopparoo on stilts when he is disappointed he has not grown very much, but he causes chaos around the town.
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09:15 The Wright Stuff
The day's news comes under scrutiny from Matthew Wright and the panel, with viewers and the studio audience invited to share their opinions.
11:10 The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Series 2. Episode 11/12 Inspector Kate Fletcher is called out and discovers a Belgian shepherd in such an emaciated condition that it is close to death, while Lancashire-based officer Jason Bowles returns to check on Tyson the husky, but finds the owner absent and the dog surrounded by two weeks' worth of mess. Plus, an unruly Leonberger cross is sent back to the RSPCA for training, Anthony Pulfer offers to take a matted Jack Russell for a haircut and there's an update on the 60 semi-feral collies found inside a filthy house.
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afternoon

BBC 1
12:15 Bargain Hunt
Series 29. Episode 25/32: Hungerford Two teams are challenged to pick up bargains at an antiques fair in Hungerford, Berkshire, with assistance from experts Colin Young and James Lewis. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Snowshill Manor in Gloucestershire to learn about the mysteries of the Japanese samurai.
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13:00 BBC News; Weather
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13:30 BBC Regional News and Weather
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13:45 Doctors
Series 16. Episode 93/219: A Quick Fix Heston begins to talk through his past with Dr Clarke, and Zara tries to help a teenager and her desperate mother. Meanwhile, Jimmi attempts to avoid Mrs Tembe's relentless car talk. Medical drama, starring Owen Brenman and Elisabeth Dermot Walsh.
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14:15 Pressure Pad
Series 2. Episode 9/25 General knowledge quiz, hosted by John Barrowman, in which two teams of five players are pitted against each other inside an illuminated arena, known as the Pressure Pad. The team with the most players remaining for the final round will put itself in the strongest position to win the rolling jackpot on offer.
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15:00 Escape to the Country
Series 15. Episode 9/75: North Yorkshire Nicki Chapman helps a couple search for a property that will accommodate their business needs in North Yorkshire, and also be roomy enough for their nine children. Meanwhile, away from the search, Nicki meets a new generation of national park rangers.
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15:45 A Taste of Britain
Series 1. Episode 14/20: Somerset Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner visit Somerset, where Brian rustles up a grilled wild boar fillet with roasted beetroot and cumin at the county's highest point - Dunkery Beacon. Janet explores the three eras of landscape gardening at Hestercombe Gardens, including the design collaboration of Edward Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll. Local chef Brett Sutton serves up local lamb and black garlic, before the presenters visit the Haynes International Motor Museum. Plus, Brian prepares the celebration dish of baked apples with cider caramel sauce.
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16:30 Flog It!
Birmingham 1 New series. Paul Martin and the team value antiques at Birmingham's Museum and Art Gallery, where experts James Lewis and Christina Trevanion examine items brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, Paul takes a closer look at one of the exhibits - the Staffordshire Hoard - which is the largest and most valuable Anglo-Saxon treasure collection ever found.
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17:15 Pointless
Series 11. Episode 48/55 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.
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BBC 2
12:00 Daily Politics
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions, interviews and filmed reports from around the country. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
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13:00 Fred Dibnah's World of Steam, Steel and Stone
Series 1. Episode 5/12: The Victorian Gentleman Recalling the Bolton steeplejack's love of 19th-century life, which he said he wished he had lived through. The programme also looks at his admiration for great engineering and architecture, heading to locations such as Tower Bridge and Eastnor Castle.
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13:30 Cash in the Attic
Series 16. Episode 5/25: Currier Jonty Hearnden helps sports car enthusiasts Ken and Elizabeth Currier raise £1,500 to put toward buying their dream motor. Presented by Angela Rippon.
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14:15 Ready Steady Cook
Ainsley Harriott welcomes actors Nigel Planer and Brian Conley, who set the chefs a cookery challenge with a taste of the Mediterranean and India, and discuss their roles playing husband and wife in the West End.
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15:00 Celebrity Masterchef
Series 6. Episode 21/30 The semi-finals arrive, and the eight remaining contestants are issued a single challenge. Each must prepare a show-stopping dish for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace, with the two would-be chefs responsible for the least impressive entries leaving the competition.
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15:45 New Forest - A Year in the Wild
Series 1. Episode 2/3 Exploring 12 months in the lives of people and wildlife inhabiting the New Forest National Park in Hampshire. Although only created in 2005, its woodlands are among the oldest in the country and have supported lifestyles dating back to medieval times. Residents including coppicer Dave Dibden show how their traditions have continued into the present day, and the film also features footage of some of Britain's rarest creatures, including sand lizards, Dartford warblers and fellow birds hobbies. Narrated by Hermione Norris.
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16:45 Great British Railway Journeys
Series 2. Episode 19/25: Sandwich to Folkestone Michael Portillo travels from Sandwich to Folkestone, exploring a secret port that helped ferry troops and vital supplies to France in the First World War. He also visits Walmer Castle, once home to hero of Waterloo the Duke of Wellington, and discovers how the Victorians initiated the building of the Channel Tunnel.
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17:15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
Series 5. Episode 24/30: Kate v Mark Foreign Market Kate Bateman and Mark Stacey scour the Porte de Vanves antiques market in Paris, where they hope to outdo each other at uncovering bargains to be sold at auction back in the UK.
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ITV 1
12:30 Loose Women
Series 19. Episode 9/200 Most Haunted presenter Yvette Fielding joins the ladies to discuss current topics from a female perspective.
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13:30 ITV News and Weather
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13:55 ITV News London
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14:00 Dickinson's Real Deal
Kidderminster 4 David Dickinson and the team value antiques in Kidderminster, West Midlands. Dealer Henry Nicholls examines a Kaiser Wilhelm II doll, and James Layte is interested in a bracelet. Meanwhile, Alison Chapman bids for a pocket watch.
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15:00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show
Series 10. Episode 59/100 Downton Abbey star Raquel Cassidy talks about the new series of the show, and historian Kate Williams discusses the early part of the 20th century, in which the drama is set. Plus, the style team presents tips for looking groomed.
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15:59 ITV London Weather
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16:00 Who's Doing The Dishes?
Series 1. Episode 14/30 Actress Tricia Penrose hosts a dinner party for four guests who will win a cash prize if they can guess her identity from cryptic culinary clues - and as an added incentive, if they're successful Tricia has to do the washing up. Hosted by Brian McFadden.
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17:00 The Chase
Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants pit their wits against ruthless quiz genius the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. The participants must work as a team and play strategically to answer a series of general knowledge questions against the clock, hoping to race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
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Channel 4
12:00 Channel 4 News Summary
Includes news headlines and weather.
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12:05 Four in a Bed
Series 8. Episode 17/20 The owners spend their second night of the competition at the Magna Carta at Windsor in Berkshire, a five-star floating bed and breakfast run by Captain Dominic Read. The guests are pleasantly surprised upon arrival, but not all are impressed by the standard of the accommodation - and a cracked teapot at the breakfast table leads to trouble for the proprietor.
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12:35 Four in a Bed
Series 8. Episode 18/20 The third B&B of the week is Ash Cottage near Leeds Castle in Kent, where the unusual decor is an eye-opener for the guests but is not everyone's cup of tea. Trish and Tom get heated over the instant coffee before owners Rayne and Chris Deal take their fellow contestants to Chatham Dockyard to try their hands at rope-making.
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13:05 Four in a Bed
Series 8. Episode 19/20 The final guest house of the week is A Room with a View in Brighton, where owner Stephen Bull and housekeeper Joanna Harris hope their nine-room establishment will impress the contestants. Things get off to a good start when Rayne and Chris Deal are impressed by the cleanliness of the property, but things take a turn for the worse when breakfast gets the thumbs down.
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13:40 Four in a Bed
Series 8. Episode 20/20 The B&B owners come together to confront their critics face-to-face. Hosts of Trecarne House in Cornwall Trish and Tom Brock-Morgan raise issues with Magna Carta's Dominic Read on his mark for their hosting, while he has a bone to pick with them over criticism of his five-star floating B&B. Stephen and Joanna of A Room with a View in Brighton receive complaints about their breakfast, and tensions run high as the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
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14:10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent
Series 7. Episode 19/20 The property expert travels to Strood, Kent, where Helen and Paul Merrick are struggling to sell their house, which has been on the market for eight months. However, Phil Spencer must first persuade them to change their ways so they stand the best possible chance of shifting their home.
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15:10 Countdown
Dictionary Corner guest Jenny Eclair joins Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley for the words-and-numbers game.
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16:00 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.
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17:00 Come Dine with Me
Senior care home manager Sally Hawkins, mother-of-three Ashleigh Kelly, hard-to-please foodie Jacob Teulon and Italian-born bingo caller John Frontera host dinner parties in south-east London. The week of dining features lots of lobsters and burnt bits, and also a visit from Rocky the raccoon.
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Five
12:10 5 News Lunchtime
Round-up of the day's headlines from around the world.
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12:15 Marston's Brewery: One Ale of a Job!
Series 1. Episode 3/3 Mark Sheridan makes sure 50,000 litres of beer makes it safely from the copper boilers to the fermenting vessels, while brewers Simon Bradley and Chris Platt face a problem after a power cut hits production. When four drivers call in sick, Graham Benford has to get 43,000 pints of ale from Hook Norton to the bottling plant in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire. Narrated by Al Murray. Last in the series.
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13:15 Home and Away
Kyle admits to Phoebe he is unsure about moving in with her while his family is in crisis. Marilyn grows concerned when Jett fails to meet her for lunch at the Diner, Josh arrives at Evelyn's house with mysterious injuries and Sasha is impressed when she hears a sample of Matt's music.
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13:45 Neighbours
As Matt reacts badly to Lauren's confession, she's left wondering about the state of their marriage, and her fears only intensify when he uses the tornado clean-up operation as an excuse not to come home. Meanwhile, Brad is obliged to explain the situation to Terese, who issues him with a set of rules regarding his proximity to his old flame.
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14:15 NCIS
Series 1. Episode 3/23: Seadog A naval commander's body is washed ashore along with the bullet-riddled corpses of two drug traffickers, suggesting he was involved in illicit activities. Gibbs refuses to believe the worst and tries to prove the man's innocence by finding whoever else was involved in the shoot-out. Guest starring Emilie de Ravin (Lost).
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15:15 Film: Goodnight for Justice
A boy witnesses his parents being murdered by bandits, and grows up to be a judge with the intention of seeing the killers pay for their crimes. When he finally tracks down the men responsible, his desire for revenge drives him toward breaking his oath to uphold the law. Western, with Luke Perry and Lara Gilchrist.
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17:00 5 News at 5
Emma Crosby presents a round-up of the day's headlines from around the world.
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17:30 Neighbours
As Matt reacts badly to Lauren's confession, she's left wondering about the state of their marriage, and her fears only intensify when he uses the tornado clean-up operation as an excuse not to come home. Meanwhile, Brad is obliged to explain the situation to Terese, who issues him with a set of rules regarding his proximity to his old flame.
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DVD Offers

evening

BBC 1
18:00 BBC News
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18:30 BBC London News
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19:00 The ONE Show
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the live magazine show featuring a mixture of celebrity chat and stories of interest.
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19:30 EastEnders
As the residents come to terms with the impact of recent events, it is clear the fire has completely devastated the Slater house - and it becomes apparent that Mo's hairspray caused the explosion. Phil is shaken when he walks in on Jay packing up his things, and as he later confides in Shirley, he tells her he wants them to be together. But they don't realise someone is watching. Shabnam lies to Denise about having a dentist appointment so she can attend a pharmacy interview, while Tina receives devastating news.
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20:00 DIY SOS: The Big Build
Orpington Nick Knowles travels to Orpington, south-east London, to meet hospital worker Jason Sulong, who was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him partially paralysed. Now he is unable to climb the stairs in his home and has difficulty accessing his bathroom and washing facilities, so designer Gabrielle Blackman teams up with the DIY SOS builders and other members of the local community to work to adapt his home to his needs over the course of just nine days.
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21:00 Who Do You Think You Are?
Series 11. Episode 7/10: Martin Shaw Inspector George Gently and The Professionals star Martin Shaw is the latest celebrity to go in search of his roots, and he's particularly interested in finding out more about his paternal grandfather Edwin, who was rarely spoken about by his family. The actor has only one photo of his ancestor, which shows him aged roughly 17 and wearing a military uniform. By zooming in on the picture, Martin's brother was able to identify their grandfather's badge, which suggests he was in the Royal Marines. Now, by meeting with a military historian, Martin tries to fill in the rest of the story, and in the process learns more about Edwin's role in defending Birmingham against German air assaults during the Second World War.
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22:00 BBC News
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22:25 BBC Regional News and Weather
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22:40 Scotland Decides
Huw Edwards presents live coverage from Glasgow as the votes are counted in the Scottish independence referendum, with BBC political editor Nick Robinson and Scotland 2014's Sarah Smith on hand to provide expert commentary and Jeremy Vine analysing how the vote is building up throughout the night with the help of his virtual-reality graphics. Political correspondents will be live at every count, Andrew Neil will have the reaction from Westminster and teams in Wales and Northern Ireland will discuss the impact of the decision on the rest of the UK.
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BBC 2
18:00 Two Tribes
Series 1. Episode 24/30 Richard Osman presents the quickfire quiz in which the seven contestants are split into teams according to what they have in common with one another, based on their responses to questions about themselves. There follows a series of general knowledge rounds in which one contestant is eliminated each time, ending with two players going head to head for a cash prize.
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18:30 Eggheads
Series 15. Episode 42/100 Quiz, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan, in which the winners of famous game shows including Mastermind and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize.
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19:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip
Series 4. Episode 8/20: Christopher Biggins and Lesley Joseph Christopher Biggins and Lesley Joseph embark on an antiques hunt around Essex and Buckinghamshire. Biggins and his expert Mark Stacey stake their money on one high-risk purchase, while Lesley is delighted with the exquisite artefact she has found. Who will come out on top when the items go under the hammer?.
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20:00 Operation Stonehenge: What Lies Beneath
Series 1. Episode 2/2 The concluding part of the documentary focuses on the construction, design and enduring significance of the iconic stone circle and the ancient civilisation that flourished around it. With access to the ground-breaking research of a revolutionary project led by the University of Birmingham and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute in Vienna, the programme reveals new insights into Britain's world-famous prehistoric monument.
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21:00 Penguins on a Plane: Great Animal Moves
Series 1. Episode 2/2 The conclusion of the documentary about exotic animals being transported around the world follows three saltwater crocodiles being moved to their new home at a zoo in Oxfordshire from France, where successful breeding has resulted in too many of them living in one enclosure. A 6ft bowmouth ray shark at Birmingham's National Sea Life Centre has to be caught and moved into a bespoke tank to travel 125 miles to Blackpool, and in Hungary, specialist wildlife transporter Matt Ford tries all the tricks of the trade to lure two timid arctic wolves into crates, so they can make the 1,600-mile journey to the Five Sisters Zoo in Scotland.
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22:00 Mock the Week
Series 13. Episode 8/14 Host Dara O Briain and regulars Hugh Dennis and Andy Parsons are joined by Rob Beckett, Gary Delaney, Sara Pascoe and Romesh Ranganathan for the topical comedy quiz. The panellists give their take on the week's major news stories and participate in a series of stand-up spots and improvised games.
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22:30 Newsnight
Kirsty Wark is in Edinburgh with the latest on the referendum for Scottish independence, with Katie Razzall in London.
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23:20 This World: Ireland's Lost Babies
When Martin Sixsmith wrote The Lost Child of Philomena Lee, it inspired 2013's Bafta-winning movie Philomena, and generated fresh interest in the story of the woman who was forced by the Catholic Church to give up her son Anthony for adoption. In this film, Martin investigates the Irish Catholic Church's role in a trade that saw thousands of `illegitimate' children taken from their mothers and sent abroad. In Ireland and America, he hears the touching stories of lives that were changed for ever. He also discovers some of the tragic consequences that occurred when prospective parents were not properly vetted, and witnesses the struggle of a mother and child separated by continents who hope to find each other before time runs out.
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ITV 1
18:00 ITV News London
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18:30 ITV News and Weather
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19:00 Emmerdale
When Jai arrives at Home Farm to collect Noah with Megan in tow, Charity fumes and refuses to let her son go to football. As Jai tries to calm her down, Megan slips off to the kitchen and reaches for some pre-opened wine but Noah follows her in and makes her think twice. Later, the youngster meets Jacob and produces the bottle, taking a few swigs - before collapsing. Aaron wakes up hung-over and seemingly regretful about his night with Finn.
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19:30 Against the Odds: Tonight
As British athletes compete at the Special Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium, this programme investigates the tough reality of life for people with learning disabilities. As many as nine out of 10 experience harassment or violence because of their disability, and less than seven per cent are in paid employment. Fiona Foster hears the human stories behind the statistics and looks at how some of society's most vulnerable people are succeeding against the odds.
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20:00 Emmerdale
When the doctor explains Noah has suffered an allergic reaction to pesticide, it's not long before the finger of blame is pointed, and the boy's account of seeing Megan with the bottle of wine appears extremely incriminating. Aaron does his best to ignore Ross, who is determined to cause trouble, while Alicia's attempt to play Cupid for Leyla backfires.
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20:30 Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs
Series 3. Episode 3/11 The comedian takes three puppies to a local hospital to cheer up young patients on the children's ward, staff struggle to save the sight of a Tibetan terrier with a painful eye condition, and Tracy Beaker author Jacqueline Wilson decides to adopt a mongrel pup. But although Tyler is known for his friendly nature, will he be able to get along with the writer's pet cat?.
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21:00 Chasing Shadows
Series 1. Episode 3/4: Off Radar - Part One Part one of two. Sean looks into the case of Stephen Eli, a lawyer and single father who fits none of the five most common categories of missing persons. Investigating his last known movements, the detective spots a connection with two deaths at the hands of murderer Leonard Vance, who is now incarcerated in a secure psychiatric hospital, and believes Stephen could be Vance's third victim.
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22:00 ITV News at Ten and Weather
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22:30 ITV News London
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22:40 Scotland Decides
Alastair Stewart presents live coverage of the long-awaited Scottish independence referendum result, revealing whether Scotland has broken away from the rest of the UK, ending 300 years of union. The programme features all the crucial counts and expert analysis from ITV's political, business and economics editors - Tom Bradby, Joel Hills and Richard Edgar respectively, plus contributions by Chris Ship, James Mates, Martin Geissler and Debi Edward.
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Channel 4
18:00 The Simpsons
Series 20. Episode 7/21: Mypods and Boomsticks Lisa takes a trip to the mall to buy a new gadget, while Bart manages to cause chaos. After making a hasty retreat, he befriends a boy named Bashir - but Homer begins to believe that his son's new pal is involved in a terrorist plot.
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18:30 Hollyoaks
Tony is forced to decide where his loyalties lie when a series of uncomfortable truths threatens to surface. Phoebe does her best to prevent Vincent from coming face to face with George, while a guilty Ziggy finds himself caught red-handed.
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19:00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather.
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20:00 Location, Location, Location
Series 24. Episode 6/8 Kirstie Allsopp meets newlyweds Graeme and Anna, who have relocated from Oxfordshire to Yorkshire only to find their hopes of buying a big, spacious property in a rural location thwarted by a rising market. Phil Spencer helps local couple Sammi and Tom locate their perfect property on a budget of £180,000 in a specific three-mile radius north of Leeds.
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21:00 Educating The East End
Series 1. Episode 3/8 Election fever hits Frederick Bremer as the pupils embark on the campaign trail before casting their votes for head boy and girl. Current head girl Maliaka doesn't have the best disciplinary record and struggles to abide by the school's dress code, but importantly, the younger pupils look up to her and follow her lead. Now it's time to find a successor for her and the current head boy, and there are a range of candidates offering different qualities, from the confident and outgoing to a self-confessed geek.
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22:00 Scotland in a Day
While some are suffering from a deluge of devolution documentaries, Jack Docherty gives us his comedic take on one of the year's hottest political subjects. Focusing on all kinds of life north of the border, it features assorted comic characters captured `self-shot' style as they document `Scotland's Day of Destiny'. Aside from the determined Yes voters, there are die-hard Unionists, and those who can't make up their mind. All Scottish life is here, including pensioners, toddlers, entrepreneurs and party animals - everyone from characters doing whatever they can to avoid the big issues to the passionately political. While the world's eyes focus on Caledonia, here we discover there's more to Scotland than just `yes' or `no'. Brian Cox, John Hannah and Kayvan Novak are among the familiar faces taking part.
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22:35 Bouncers
Series 2. Episode 1/3 An insight into the work of door staff at bars, clubs and takeaways across Essex. Queen Street is the hub of Colchester's late-night drinking and this edition follows several bouncers working along this strip. Head doorman Curtis and colleague Jamie have 30 years of experience between them, and keep their doors safe with a lot of know-how, Alex is new to the job and on a mission to change people's perceptions of his profession, and Sue brings a female perspective to the role.
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23:35 First Time Farmers
Series 2. Episode 7/12 Now in charge of the farm's finances, Robbie auctions off his mother's troublesome cattle, while Charlie has no intention of giving in to bovine TB as the vet provides an update on his herd. Budding estate agent Will returns to the fields to help Tom bring in the harvest, and his grandfather's ancient tractor proves it's up to the job alongside his friend's hi-tech combine. Ollie puts his construction business on hold to meet up with Kate and discuss their future in the farming business. Spurred on by the news his dad has offered him an orchard to manage, Ed finally moves into a new house with delighted girlfriend Tash, but finds the time to go clay-pigeon shooting with Robbie, Will and Tom to celebrate their first year of farming.
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Five
18:00 Home and Away
Kyle admits to Phoebe he is unsure about moving in with her while his family is in crisis. Marilyn grows concerned when Jett fails to meet her for lunch at the Diner, Josh arrives at Evelyn's house with mysterious injuries and Sasha is impressed when she hears a sample of Matt's music.
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18:30 5 News Tonight
A round-up of the evening's headlines, including coverage of the latest national and international stories, presented by Matt Barbet.
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19:00 The Gadget Show
Series 20. Episode 1/15 The programme is back to review the latest technological devices on the market, with Olympic skeleton champion Amy Williams joining the presenting team. Jon Bentley looks at how far TVs have evolved in a decade as the show celebrates 10 years on air, while Jason Bradbury explores the evolution of virtual reality headsets. Ortis Deley and Jason have the lowdown on the best tech on offer across Europe and Asia, and Amy is frozen in time using the latest camera technology. Stuntman and escapologist Jonathan Goodwin also reviews waterproof gadgets by pushing them to their limits at the bottom of a water tank.
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20:00 Britain's Craziest Commutes
The average commuter spends 10,000 hours battling extreme weather, gridlock, overcrowding, signalling problems and traffic accidents throughout their lifetime. This documentary follows journeys made by some of the 17 million people driving to work every day in the UK and the extraordinary efforts of a few workers to get to the office on time. One single mother has a three-hour commute from the Isle of Wight to London each day, a Scottish islander travels 300 miles using three forms of transport to get to his office in Glasgow, while a man journeys from the south of France to Bristol every week at a cost of £600. Even cyclists cannot escape the drudgery of the commute, with one Derbyshire man pedalling 28 miles to and from work whatever the weather - if only working from home was an option for everyone.
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21:00 Illegals: Breaking into Britain
Documentary exploring the stories of some of the estimated 800,000 illegal immigrants in the UK, with footage of those in Calais, France, risking their lives on the journey. Featuring interviews with people already in the country, including Daljit Singh, who arrived from India more than 20 years ago and is no longer recognised by the Indian authorities, as well as the lorry drivers who risk huge fines if caught transporting people.
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22:00 Dallas
Series 3. Episode 3/15: Playing Chicken With Southfolk ranch hands becoming increasingly agitated about their futures, Bobby scrambles to outmanoeuvre John Ross's efforts to frack on the estate. Meanwhile, Christopher makes a profound discovery concerning Nicolas's past and Emma's games jeopardise John Ross and Pamela's wedding. Josh Henderson, Patrick Duffy and Jesse Metcalfe star.
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23:00 Can't Pay? We'll Take it Away
Series 2. Episode 1/8 The documentary series giving an insight into cash-strapped Britain from the perspectives of debtors, High Court enforcement bailiffs and repossession teams returns. Sheriff Paul Bohill tackles the case of a small debt owed by Neil 'Razor' Ruddock to a kennel owner, before being forced to evict a school dinner lady in south London. Meanwhile, in the north of England enforcement agent Stewart MacCracken heads out with trainee Iain Taylor to confront a Yorkshire builder they need to get payment from at his home, while a reptile shop owner hit by online competitors urgently needs to pay a debt for the feed company he relies on to keep his animals alive.
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00:20 Traders: Millions by the Minute
Series 1. Episode 1/2 First of a two-part documentary going inside the fast and fiercely competitive world of financial trading, meeting the men and women who play the markets in big cities around the world. New York-based Karen juggles two sets of twins, a busy social calendar and a $200million hedge fund. Bob has spent more than three decades jostling for position on Chicago's cattle futures trading floor, while London day traders Will and Piers use their expertise to train others in the art of making money from tiny moves in the markets. Narrated by Saskia Reeves.
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01:20 Who Do You Think You Are?
Series 11. Episode 5/10: Sheridan Smith Actress Sheridan Smith, who went from singing with her parents in the working men's clubs near their North Lincolnshire home to successful stage performances in Little Shop of Horrors and Legally Blonde - not to mention her countless TV appearances - embarks on a journey to find out where her family's musical talents come from. She is soon hot on the trail of her great-great-grandfather Benjamin Doubleday, a world-class banjo player and musical impresario - but she is surprised by his change in fortunes.
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02:20 This Is BBC TWO
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.
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04:00 The Birth of Empire: The East India Company
Four hundred years ago a motley band of British merchants landed on the coast of India and founded a trading post to export goods to London and over the next 200 years, the business grew into a commercial titan. In this documentary, Dan Snow tells the story of the East India Company, which revolutionised the British lifestyle, sparked a new age of speculation and profit and inadvertently laid the foundations for the British empire.
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05:00 Schools - History Hunt
Series 1. Episode 1/2 Part one of two. Joe Crowley challenges youngsters to use technology to unearth clues about unsung historical heroes, including engineer George Cayley and teenage soldier Jutland Jack.
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Channel 4
00:30 Embarrassing Bodies Down Under
Series 1. Episode 6/8 The doctors pay a visit to the Gold Coast, where Dr Sam Hay encounters a woman who is self-conscious about having webbed toes on both feet - a condition known as syndactyly - and Dr Brad McKay has advice for a man with a double hernia that is aggravated by weight gain. A woman who was born without her right ear visits the clinic to find out about improving her hearing, while another is seeking treatment for eczema on her face and arms.
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01:25 One Born Every Minute USA
Series 2. Episode 5/10 First-time parents face a tough challenge, and a teenager relies on her boyfriend to get her through the birth of her second child. Elsewhere, a couple in their 40s prepare for the birth of their first baby. American version of the fly-on-the-wall documentary observing the lives of staff and patients on a busy maternity ward at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
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02:20 Don't Stop the Music
Series 1. Episode 2/2 In the concluding programme, the children's end-of-year results are due and James Rhodes waits to find out whether he was right to claim that music lessons can improve them. With the school in special measures, it's the only thing that will win round the hard-pressed and sceptical teachers. In the meantime, the classical pianist takes musical protest to the heart of Westminster and the people in charge of music education policy. He also rolls out his instrument amnesty nationwide with the help of some big-name supporters from the worlds of music and entertainment.
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03:15 1066: The Lost Battlefield - A Time Team Special
The Battle of Hastings is arguably the most pivotal in English history, but the site of the conflict is now in doubt because of a lack of archaeological evidence. Tony Robinson and the team head to East Sussex to set themselves the task of uncovering the true location, embarking on excavations at Battle Abbey and nearby Caldbec Hill to seek proof of either one being the famous battlefield.
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04:10 Sarah Beeny's Selling Houses
Series 2. Episode 4/12 Homeowners in Muswell Hill, north London, look around one another's flats for improvement ideas and then spruce up their own on a £1,000 budget, hoping to attract buyers. Michelle needs to bring her bedrooms up to the standard of the rest of her property, Kiran must ensure he makes the most of the space in his penthouse apartment, while Sam and Ria try to update their well-worn family abode.
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05:05 Deal or No Deal
Noel Edmonds hosts the game show in which contestants try to guess the values of mystery boxes containing as much as £250,000.
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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 Once Upon a Time
Series 2. Episode 14/22: Manhattan Emma, Mr Gold and Henry each receive a surprise when they locate Baelfire in Manhattan. Cora persuades Hook to help her and Regina find the enchanted dagger that can kill Rumpelstiltskin and a library reference found in Belle's purse leads them to a map. Fantasy drama, starring Robert Carlyle.
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04:00 Michaela's Wild Challenge
Series 2. Episode 8/13 Michaela has her hands full with two chimps at the Sweetwater chimpanzee rehabilitation centre in Kenya, and tries to tempt a pride of lions with nothing more than a CD player. She also calls in at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, where she helps feed a ragged-tooth shark.
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04:20 Housebusters
Series 2. Episode 8/14 Janet Ellis visits a Wimbledon home belonging to Gaynor and Julian Yeorn, who feel strangely uneasy in their first family home, where they have had a lot of bad luck. The couple can take the advice of one of three experts, including a feng shui practitioner and a psychic, who attribute the problems to an impersonal bedroom, or a holistic healer, who suggests the inhabitants are to blame.
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04:45 House Doctor
Series 4. Episode 7/18: Interiors and Depersonalising Property expert Ann Maurice outlines her strategy for depersonalising a house before placing it on the market so potential buyers can more easily envisage putting their own stamp on it.
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05:10 House Doctor
Series 4. Episode 8/18: Kerb Appeal and Colour Ann Maurice stresses the importance of first impressions, showing a couple from Portishead, Somerset, how to spruce up the exterior of their bungalow to make it look inviting. She also offers ideas on suitable colour schemes to use inside the home, demonstrating how neutral tones can create an airy, spacious atmosphere.
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05:35 House Doctor
Series 4. Episode 9/18: Pets and Defining Space Property expert Ann Maurice offers advice to would-be sellers on optimising space and dispelling animal odours in the home in a bid to secure a quick sale.
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