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29 SEP?5 OCT 2018
95TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
95 YEARS OF RADIO TIMES
RADIO TIMES EDITOR MARK
FRITH
Sir David Attenborough 10
TODAY!
Who better to lead the celebrations of RT?s 95th
anniversary than our greatest ever broadcaster
Happy birthday to us!
My RT moment 16
From Lenny Henry being run over by a bus
to Nadiya Hussain flinging turmeric in the air,
the stars recall their favourite appearance in RT
Viewpoint Ann Widdecombe 9
Discover TV The best of catch-up television 50
Soaps Daily Soapland updates start on page 73
Your RT Money, books, gardening and travel 145
Puzzles The Prize Crossword and PopMaster 153
Feedback You have your say 158
View from my sofa Woody Harrelson 162
We all need
something we can
rely upon, don?t we?
For as long as we can
all remember, Radio
Times has been there,
the de?nitive guide to what?s on
TV and radio. And this week, we
celebrate our 95th birthday. That?s
really quite something.
So, we want to celebrate in style.
With our cover star, Sir David
Attenborough, who re?ects on the
early days of TV and his hopes for its
future. With Michael Caine, Joanna
Lumley, Keeley Hawes, Paul Merton,
Claudia Winkleman and many more
who tell us about their favourite
Radio Times moment. There?s lots
more special birthday content,
too ? look out for the logo at the
top of this page as you journey
through the issue.
Radio Times is Britain?s
biggest-selling quality magazine
? thanks to you, our engaged,
discerning readers. We hope you
enjoy this special edition. See you
again in seven days? time ? with
a little show called Doctor Who.
Contact editor Mark Frith by email on
RTeditor@radiotimes.com
Alison Graham returns to this page next
week. Read her preview of BBC1?s new
Sunday-night drama The Cry on page 62
Model citizens 24
We asked a crack team from the Basingstoke and
North Hants Model Railway Society to re-create
a little piece of Radio Times history?
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Jenna Coleman 28
The star of Victoria is playing a distraught mum
in harrowing missing-child drama The Cry
Strictly 33
Meet our ballroom correspondents
? Dr Ranj Singh and Susannah Constantine
Simon Barnes 35
When it comes to success in the Champions
League, you have to slay your dragons?
Eddie Mair 125
My tribute to the marvellous Fenella Fielding
COVER PHOTOGRAPH: RAY BURMISTON. THIS PAGE: RAY BURMISTON; REX; GARY MOYES
ALSO THIS WEEK
Television 49
Radio 122
Glenn
Close
David
Butcher
Poetry please!
The role that
helped make
her name ?
and which
she?d now
like to
rewrite?
The Repair
Shop may
well be
the best
programme
on television
Gyles Brandreth mines
discovers
a rich seam
of verse
NUMBER ONE
David Attenborough
enjoys a slice of
RT?s birthday
celebrations.
Left: the cover of
the ?rst issue of RT
OFFER OF THE WEEK
From the
RT archive
Celebrate 95 years
of Radio Times with
this collection of
unique and original
photographs. See
page 157 for details
FOR MORE NEWS, FEATURES, PASSION, PREVIEWS, SEE RADIOTIMES.COM
Follow @radiotimes on
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29 SEP?5 OCT 2018
WHAT I?M WATCHING?
29
SATURDAY
Television
GYLES BRANDRETH
?
I started to watch Trust, the
high-octane drama about the
kidnapping of J Paul Getty?s
grandson, because when we
were young my wife and I knew Penelope
Kitson, Getty?s mistress-in-chief. We?re now
totally hooked. And Ben Elton?s Upstart
Crow, with David Mitchell as Shakespeare,
is probably my favourite sitcom ever.
Comedy heaven.
Strictly Come Dancing
The Ryder Cup
6.30pm BBC1
From 9.30am Sky Sports
Ryder Cup/Main Event
Live coverage of the final
12 singles matches from the
imaginatively named Le Golf
National near Paris. You can
see highlights tonight on
BBC2 at 7.30pm.
m�
It gets real now as the
first celebrity will be
sent home in tomorrow?s
results programme. Oh, the
shame of it?
The X Factor
8.35pm ITV
Tension mounts as the
judges pick the six acts each
will take to the new stage of
the national karaoke contest.
?
30
SUNDAY
RT?s rich tradition of poetry ? page 122
Upstart Crow
New Farther and Sun:
a Dyslexic Road Trip
Vanity Fair
9.00pm ITV
9.00pm BBC4
Becky (Olivia Cooke) finds
herself dabbling with dubious
moral choices as she tries to
tease money (and more)
from crafty Lord Steyne.
Is dyslexia a curse or a gift?
Film-maker Richard Macer
and his dyslexic son Arthur
(above) set out to find out in an
often emotional documentary.
New/Drama of the
Week The Cry
9.00pm BBC1
Mystery Road
9.00, 9.50pm BBC4
Tempers flare as revelations
about the fate of the two
missing boys emerge, with
sparks flying between the
cops, Judy and Aaron.
Killing Eve
9.25pm BBC1
KIRSTY
LANG
A shocking episode sees Eve
(Sandra Oh) and Bill (David
Haig) in Berlin, where they
pick up the trail of assassin
Villanelle (Jodie Comer).
I?m enjoying
?
Vanity Fair but
SATURDAY starts p52 ?
Film
I?m obsessed by
Killing Eve,? says the
broadcaster. ?It?s a quirky
female-led thriller with
complex but likeable
characters ? give me
this any day over
Bodyguard.
?
Jenna Coleman
interview ? page 28
Killing Eve
Farther and Sun: a Dyslexic Road Trip
Sunday BBC4
4
Radio
WHAT WE?VE LEARNT THIS WEEK
GCHQ employs over 100 dyslexic spies to analyse
complex information. While many people with
dyslexia struggle with reading or writing, they
are often extremely skilled at deciphering facts
from patterns or events.
The gripping story
of Joanna (Jenna
Coleman, right), who
is driven to despair
when her newborn
baby won?t stop
crying. There?s a
terrible crime, and
Jo is judged harshly.
SUNDAY starts p62 ?
Despicable Me ????
y 3.55pm ITV2
m
Dastardly villain
Gru and his
Minion pals plan
their biggest
heist yet?
to steal the
Moon. But
the arrival
of three
cute orphan
girls has
unexpected
consequences.
Radio 3 In Concert
7.30pm Radio 3
Cowan?s Classics
7.00pm Classic FM
A double celebration of
Gustav Holst?s The Planets,
which was first heard exactly
100 years ago today.
The Bucket List ??? h
11.30pm Channel 5
Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman?s
terminally ill cancer patients live out
their fantasies before they kick the bucket
in a charming comedy drama.
Gyles Brandreth?s
Poem by Heart
1.30pm Radio 4
The Duchess of Cornwall
(left) joins forces with Gyles
Brandreth to celebrate the
joys of poetry learnt by heart.
Poetry and RT ? page 122
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UNMISSABLE TV, FILM & RADIO FOR YOU TO WATCH AND RECORD
MONDAY
1
TUESDAY
2
New/Documentary
of the Week
Drowning in Plastic
The Great British
Bake Off
8.30pm BBC1
It?s pastry week and
the remaining bakers
get a bit flaky as they tackle
samosas and a majestic pie
that?s fit for a banquet ? and
for Paul and Prue to eat.
In a disturbing doc about
plastic waste, Liz Bonnin
looks at the environmental
scourge that is devastating
wildlife around the world.
8.00pm C4
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WEDNESDAY
3
THURSDAY
4
The Supervet
8.00pm Channel 5
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick
faces one of the biggest
challenges of his career:
attempting to give Hermes
the tortoise (below) three
prosthetic legs.
Cheerful enthusiasts throw
themselves into the task of
building a model railway
layout based on a classic
movie. There are tears?
Comedy of the Week
Have I Got News for You
9.00pm BBC1
9.00pm BBC2
The bizarre tale of the rise
and spectacular fall of the
Royal Bank of Scotland. Key
players recall how it nearly
wrecked the economy in
October 2008.
Press
9.00pm BBC1
Big changes are afoot as
The Post and The Herald
square off over the story of a
teenage bully. But, as always,
Ben Chaplin steals the show.
Queen of the World
9.00pm ITV
Travel Man: 48 Hours
in Milan
8.30pm C4
Stats, culture and comestibles
grab the attention of Richard
Ayoade and Morgana
Robinson (above) on their
Milanese mini-break.
The Apprentice
9.00pm BBC1
The 14th series tells us to
?expect the unexpected?.
Don?t. Expect the usual
dog-eat-dog scramble as
candidates try to wow their
irascible boss.
A new run of the panel show
that laughs in the face of
world events. Team captains
Ian Hislop and Paul Merton
and their guests poke
through the news rubble.
New The Placebo
Experiment: Can My
Brain Cure My Body?
9.00pm BBC2
In this Horizon documentary,
Michael Mosley finds out
whether the power of the
mind is enough to give his
117 volunteers the pain relief
they desire.
Alex
Black Earth Rising
5
New The Great Model
Railway Challenge
8.00pm C4
New The Bank That
Almost Broke Britain
Forget The Crown, this is the
real deal as the Queen looks
back on her travels round the
Commonwealth. And Prince
Charles and the Duchess of
Cornwall go on tour to India.
FRIDAY
New The Big Audition
More wild plot swerves as
the Manchester police try to
?turn? a right-wing suspect
in custody. Mad, manic but
always entertaining.
9.00pm ITV
Real people try out for real
jobs ? albeit unusual ones.
You?ll cry with laughter at the
auditions for Henry VIII tour
guide and a fitness presenter
for a shopping channel.
WEDNESDAY starts p92 ?
THURSDAY starts p102 ?
FRIDAY starts p112 ?
i That Good Night
Regarding Henry ???
i Joy ???? h
j 6.40pm Film4
9.00pm Film4
i Downsizing
??? h Sky Store
After being brain-damaged in
a shooting, lawyer Harrison
Ford has to re-engage with
himself as well as his family.
Ignore the fact that it?s about
a mop and delight in this tale
of a normal mum (Jennifer
Lawrence) with a great idea.
Sky Premiere
Alexander Payne?s
inspired movie
has the answer
to the world?s
population
crisis, with
Matt Damon
as a man
who thinks
that going
small will let
him live big.
11.00pm C4
9.00pm BBC2
It?s another bad day for
Scandi cop Alex (Dragomir
Mrsic) as crime kingpin BG
threatens to wipe out his
family if he doesn?t comply
with a dodgy request.
Keep your thinking caps on.
The plot jinks off in a new
direction and series creator
Hugo Blick cameos as a war
criminal?s arrogant lawyer.
MONDAY starts p72 ?
John Hurt?s final film sees him
as a terminally ill writer. It?s a
modest but fitting
tribute to a
distinctive,
versatile
actor
with a
unique voice.
TUESDAY starts p82 ?
No Offence
9.00pm C4
What about Bob? ????
g 6.55pm
Sony Movie Channel
Need a break from work?
Psychiatrist Richard
Dreyfuss has the holiday
from hell with patient
Bill Murray on his trail.
??? j 8.00pm
All in the Mind:
Loneliness Results
In the Studio
The Sound Odyssey
Drama: Hi Spec
Front Row
11.30am/10.30pm
9.00am/9.30pm Radio 4
8.00pm Radio 4
BBC World Service
A truly fascinating behindthe-scenes trip to the Van
Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
to discover the hidden art of
painting conservation.
Welsh singer/songwriter,
actress and political activist
Charlotte Church travels to
Kutaisi in Georgia to learn
about polyphonic singing, a
genre she is fascinated by.
2.15pm Radio 4
Think you know your
podcasts? Think again.
This is a provocative tale
of sex, corruption, dastardly
foreigners, sly diplomats and
a tragic hero?
7.15pm Radio 4
An interview with one of the
nation?s favourite illustrators
in response to his new
exhibition in London ?
100 Figures: the Unseen
Art of Quentin Blake.
Is loneliness always a
negative experience? The
results of the world?s largest
survey are in and some
surprising facts are revealed.
m Recommended family viewing: check programme descriptions for age suitability
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WHAT GETS US TALKING?
BONNIN ? LET?S BAN PLASTIC
This Wednesday, Liz Bonnin (below) presents the
BBC1 documentary Drowning in Plastic,
which takes an unflinching look at
the impact plastics are having
on the environment. She is,
of course, following in the
footsteps of our cover star
Sir David Attenborough,
who led the charge
in Blue Planet II. But,
speaking for herself,
Bonnin wants legislation:
a ban on plastic bags
and water bottles. ?When
it comes to all single-use
products, I just think if we can live
without them, we should live without
them. There?s no kind of middle ground any more.?
BLICK OF THE BBC
The BBC is worried about Netflix snapping up
series two of Bodyguard. In fact, it?s very worried
about Netflix full stop. But it can at least rest easy
that there are people like Hugo Blick around. The
writer, director and producer of Black Earth Rising
tells me: ?I have an incredible fidelity to BBC2.
Black Earth Rising could have gone to Netflix alone,
but because of my longstanding relationship with
the BBC it didn?t. Netflix is the vast financial
partner on this particular project, but I think that
what Netflix gains, and what we gain culturally,
is a depth of editorial knowledge that the BBC
has that goes beyond pounds and dollars.?
AND SPEAKING OF THE BBC?
With Newsnight?s main presenter Evan Davis
taking over from Eddie Mair on PM later this
autumn, the musical chairs at BBC news and
current affairs continues apace. I understand that
the BBC will fill the Question Time role at the end
of next month ? with Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis
and Julie Etchingham the frontrunners. This
decision will then impact who replaces Davis
as Newsnight?s main presenter. If Maitlis doesn?t
get QT she?s a shoo-in for that job I?m told.
GETTY
SUNNY SIDE UP
Comedy fans know Ella Al-Shamahi (below)
thanks to her fine line in ?jokery? about
her favourite subject of fossils.
Anthropology is also her thing
? she?s currently studying
for a PhD at UCL. Next week,
she makes her Horizon debut
in a film about the human
body clock. So what makes
her tick? ?What the
programme shows is the
importance of sunlight
in the morning,? she
tells us. ?But I admit I?m
terrible with my sleep.?
BEN DOWELL
6
COUNTRY LIFE
Kerry (Daisy May Cooper)
and Kurtan (Charlie Cooper,
seated) get ready for a take
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Charlie Coop
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Daisy May C
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Village people
G
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ood news for fans of the cult comedy
This Country ? the BBC is lifting the
?Kurtan? on a special episode of the
Bafta-winning sitcom about Cotswolds cousins
Kerry and Kurtan Mucklowe.
A 40-minute special, it?s set eight months on
from the end of the second series, which ended
in a bit of a cliffhanger with Kerry accused of
hoarding stolen vacuum cleaners, all thanks to
her terrible father, Martin, who had stored the
goods in a lock-up hired in her name. So will
Kerry save her dad ? or herself?
Written by and starring siblings Daisy May
Cooper (Kerry) and Charlie Cooper (Kurtan),
the new episode will be followed by a full series
in 2019. BEN DOWELL
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ANN WIDDECOMBE
?We?ve never had it so good?
Women need to stop whingeing and get on with their lives
I
t?s the age of the whine and the
whinge, of the moan and the groan, of
grievance and offence. And, oh, do the
women know how to milk that for all it?s
worth, while the men, poor wimps,
stand by and meekly watch.
Women have never had it so good. We have a
woman prime minister (again) and a woman in
charge of the Metropolitan Police; and we have
women chief executives, women judges, women
running media. Here a woman, there a woman
? but everywhere a bleat, bleat.
The particular bleat now dominating the
airwaves is that women, particularly older
women, are discriminated against in the media.
Take Maureen Lipman?s recent lament in Radio
ANDY EARL; KEN MCKAY/ITV/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK
The reality is that it?s a
? positive
advantage to be
a woman in the media
?
Times. She says she is terribly tempted by
Strictly but oldies have no chance.
?The fact is that the person who?s pretty is
going to win. It ain?t gonna be Ann Widdecombe,?
she proclaims with all the certainty of a pope
pronouncing doctrine.
Well, no, of course I was never going to win,
but that had nothing to do with my age, sex or
looks. It was because, to state the bloomin?
obvious, I couldn?t dance. A ?dalek in drag? was
one of the kinder comments from the judges.
Being 63, a woman and tubby did not stop me
getting to week ten out of twelve, but nobody
with two left feet can credibly expect to win.
Being 70 didn?t stop me coming second on
Celebrity Big Brother either, nor did being 82
stop Amanda Barrie from lasting nearly till the
final. Similarly, being 67 didn?t stop Kim
Woodburn coming second in I?m a Celebrity?
Get Me Out of Here! nor other women such as
Jan Leeming, Britt Ekland and Stefanie Powers
entering that contest in their 60s. They won?t
have me, not because I?m old and female but
because I hate heights.
Once, older women had a whole show devoted
to them: Grumpy Old Women. Female oldies
are also the undoubted stars of the reality
series The Real
Marigold Hotel.
The reality in
real life is that it?s a
positive advantage to
be a woman in the
media. Almost all the
successors talked of in terms
of taking over David
Dimbleby?s chair on BBC1?s
Question Time and Chris
Evans? breakfast show on
Radio 2 are women. Why,
BBC? Why, when Strictly
Come Dancing is predicated
on teams of men and women,
do we have two women
ANTON AND ME
Ann Widdecombe with her
Strictly partner, Anton Du Beke
presenters? It?s all part of the pattern of quotas
and all-women shortlists that pervades not just
the corporation (unofficially, of course, and
de?nitely in practice) but also politics both with
a big P and a small one.
U
ntil the 1970s it was lawful for
employers to advertise a job with two
rates of pay, one for men and one for
women. It was likewise lawful to refuse a job,
finance, property rental and mortgages to
women on no grounds other than their sex.
The feminists of those years yelled that all we
wanted was equality. Now that has turned
into a pathetic whine for special privileges.
No, thanks, sisters. I?ll do what I?ve always
done and compete on merit.
Nay, so keen
are women
to embrace
victimhood that
members of the
#MeToo movement wail
about flirtatious conduct decades ago
and even a cabinet minister whimpers
about an off-colour joke of several years
earlier. It?s enough to make one wonder
if we should have stayed at home
darning socks.
The biggest mystery of all,
however, is why the men so
cringingly put up with it all
and why institutions bow
the knee so humbly to it.
Get a life, girls!
SATURDAY tv
BBC1
6.15 The Noel Edmonds
Late Late Breakfast Show
7.00 Blankety Blank
WHAT WE WATCHED
WHAT YOU SAID
With his studio packed with characters
like Gervais the Hairdresser and
Damian the Social Worker, Steve Wright
has a good claim to be the pioneer of
zoo radio. Our cover marked the decision
to start his five-day week on Sundays ? a
traditionally peaceful day without this sort
of thing on the airwaves, as he admitted.
?When I first heard of the idea
I thought it was bizarre. But it gives me the
opportunity to apply myself to a day that
has a slightly different mood,? Wright told
Many of you were outraged that
The Noel Edmonds Late Late Breakfast
Show had shown a car accident where
Terry Wogan hosts.
a stuntman was injured during one of
7.35 Juliet Bravo
the show?s daredevil sequences.
An
na Carteret?s Kate Longton
?It is immoral that men and women
leads the Hartley coppers.
should be given the opportunity to
maim or even kill themselves for the
8.25 Three of a Kind
sake of entertainment,? wrote Mr and
Comedy with Lenny Henry,
Mrs PA Seery from Northants.
Tracey Ullman and David
Tragically, these predictions came
Copper?eld.
horrifically true following the death
8.55 News and Sport
of Michael Lush in 1986. His fatal
bungee jump led to the show?s
9.10 Remington Steele
immediate cancellation. BEN DOWELL
US detective drama.
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Our
greatest
star
Who better to lead the celebrations
of RT?s 95th birthday than
Britain?s most celebrated broadcaster,
Sir David Attenborough
INTERVIEW BY
T
KASIA DELGADO
he doorbell rings, and seconds
later Sir David Attenborough
bounds out of his front door in
his trademark light-blue, safaristyle, short-sleeved shirt and
stone-coloured chinos. I?ve come
to Attenborough?s home ? the large but un?ashy
house in Richmond, south-west London, where
he?s lived for 60 years ? to whisk him to the
Radio Times photoshoot for this 95th-birthday
issue. I?d imagined that I might have to wait
while he took his time, but the 92-year-old
strides down the path like a man two decades
younger. Just back from a trip to Africa for a new
BBC series, he shows no sign of travel weariness.
I stand aside for him to get into the taxi ? after
all, he is Sir David Attenborough ? but he insists
I get in ?rst. Later, when we get out to walk from
the car to the studio, he opens doors for me,
while I ? 63 years younger ? stumble on a small
pothole. I feel he?s going to tell me to take care.
Very few people working in broadcasting
today can claim to be able to recall six decades of
RT?s existence, let alone have been central to so
much of the magazine?s coverage. His career is
unique in UK broadcasting ? behind the scenes
as a producer, the controller of BBC2 and the
man tasked with introducing colour TV to the
nation; and in front of the camera, inspiring and
educating us in hit series after hit series from
Zoo Quest to Blue Planet II. Indeed, Attenborough has been such a fixture of British
broadcasting that he and his shows have been on
the cover of Radio Times more than anyone else
except the Queen. How apt, then, that he?s happy
to grace the cover as the magazine turns 95.
You might expect that inviting Attenborough
to a photoshoot for the cover would involve calls
10
to agents, dozens of emails and a very long wait
for a response. Yet he has neither an agent nor
an email address, and he responds to my letter
three days after I?ve posted it to his home. He
rings my mobile and says, ?It?s David here, David
Attenborough. I?d be delighted.?
In the back of the car it becomes clear
that Attenborough doesn?t do small talk ? he?s
uninterested in chitchat about the heatwave,
and goes quiet about his recent Africa trip when
I tell him that I haven?t even been to that
continent. He?s kind, but he doesn?t want to chat
for the sake of it. Instead, I ask about the
bittersweet reality of living into your 90s ? of
being one of the last ones standing. Instantly
much warmer, he talks about losing most of his
friends ? ?I have only two or so close friends left?
? and notes how many funerals he goes to now.
He happily adds that he feels lucky not only to
be in good health, but also to be working at his
age. There?s a sense of surprise at his own
longevity, both on Earth and in television.
A
t the photoshoot he says no to face
powder but says he?ll tidy his hair.
Before the make-up artist can hand
him a brush, he reaches into his
pocket and pulls out his own comb. ?I love that.
A real gentleman always carries a comb,? she
says. ?Oh, I know,? he replies with a wry smile,
adjusting his parting. He poses for photographs
without a fuss and is visibly touched when the
photographer thanks him for commissioning
The Old Grey Whistle Test in the 1970s, as it was
his favourite programme as a child.
When we sit down to talk, it?s clear that
although Attenborough has travelled all over the
world and seen some of the rarest and most ?
DADDY OF THEM ALL
Sir David Attenborough
has graced the Radio Times
cover 25 times during his
career ? and his programmes
many times more
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9 5 TH B I R T H D AY B Y
R AY B U R M I S T O N
In a way,
I?m surprised
that television
hasn?t changed
more
?
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? magnificent animals on the
planet, it?s his time as a young
BBC producer that gave him some
of the biggest thrills of his life. It?s
television itself, as much as the
natural world, that feeds his
imagination.
?I didn?t get a television set until
I joined the BBC in 1952, so I?d
already been married for a couple
of years,? he says, recalling the
days when owning a television
was rare. The BBC supplied sets
to its producers, and lucky Attenborough, working in the factual
broadcasting department (then
called the Talks Department), was
given one.
?All the programmes came from
two studios in Alexandra Palace in
north London. We produced (I say
?we? ? I was a junior squirt) ? but
the big guys, they produced opera,
Shakespeare, just unbelievable things. It was
very exciting, because it was all live and you felt
at one with viewers. The BBC had a bus that
drove through north London dropping staff off,
because once we had ?nished producing it was
late at night and there wasn?t transport. And
when you travelled along in the bus and you saw
that sort of electronic glow on the windows of
people?s houses, you knew that they?d probably
been watching your programme.
?It was like drinking champagne: you didn?t
want to go home after you?d done a production,
the adrenaline rush was so huge. The producer
I worked with at the start had a faults book and
he would make notes after each production on
the mistakes he had made deploying the
cameras, how things had been done. It was all
very experimental. Really extraordinary things,
we did. We were encouraged to try new things
all the time.?
How did it feel to be involved in creating some
of the ?rst TV programmes? ?Oh! There were
TODAY!
an appointment with
television and shaped
your evening around that. You?d
paid your licence money, and so
you felt that you?d better watch it
all ? you had, as it were, bought it.
But the way that television is used
now is transforming. The mere
fact you?ve got these various
devices for catch-up television is
comforting in a way, because you
can dial up a programme that you
heard someone talking about.
I read the reviews in the press and
think, ?Why haven?t I watched
that?? And so you catch up. In a
way, I?m surprised that television
hasn?t changed more. There?s
quite
a lot that people hang on to.
KING OF ALL HE SURVEYS
Photographed at the Natural
Not only people that are antique
History Museum, London,
like me, but also other people
for RT?s 80th birthday
make an appointment with the
news.? Attenborough says he reads
only 20 people, 30 people who actually directly several newspapers, but the BBC news is his
produced programmes in the whole of western main source of information about world events.
Europe, and they were all in Alexandra Palace.
Not a drama or quiz show fan, Attenborough
And I was one of them. We used to sit and argue watches documentaries. He thought BBC2?s
in the canteen about how we would use new documentary Travels in Trumpland with
technology, and simple things like what to call
the person who?s in the programme and talking
about things. I mean, do we say ?introduced by??
No, he isn?t exactly introducing. ?Described by??
And then someone said, ?How about presented
by?? These days, the presenter is now a category
in an employment agency, but you didn?t know
even how to describe the job in those days.?
Ed Balls was ?remarkable?. ?I thought that was a
elevision has changed beyond very bright idea, and I thought he did very well.
recognition, with hundreds of ways Maintaining integrity, and at the same time not
to watch thousands of programmes being objectionable to his hosts.? He cites slow
every minute of the day and night. TV, such as BBC4?s two-hour sleigh ride through
Does Attenborough lament the way new Norway, as among his favourite types
generations of children watch catch-up TV and of programme. ?The BBC is commendably
online channels, rather than sitting down on experimental with things like that. The long
the sofa for a BBC show? ?In 1952, you made look, as it were.? ?
?
You didn?t want to go
home, the adrenaline
rush was so huge
?
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ATTENBOROUGH
? A LIFE IN RT
ANDY EARL; RADIO TIMES ARCHIVE
Some of our favourite
Attenborough covers
1956
Zoo Quest
1959
Zoo Quest
1975
The Tribal Eye
1979
Life on Earth
1984 The
Living Planet
1985
Wildlife on One
1987
The First Eden
1989 Lost Worlds,
Vanished Lives
1990
The Trials of Life
1993 Life in
the Freezer
1995 The Private
Life of Plants
1996 ?in
Paradise
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? Most programmes he watches are
made by old friends of his. ?You want to see
what they?re doing from a professional
point of view, and you think, ?How did he
get that shot? I was planning to use that in
the next series!? I?m in the studios every
week or so, so I meet my pals and say, ?How
did you get that shot???
Since Attenborough?s life has revolved
around the BBC for almost 70 years, I ask
whether he feels we should worry that the
corporation comes under fire so regularly.
From criticisms of impartiality to resentment
of the licence fee, and the pay gap revelations, the BBC is never out of the papers.
?Yes. There are newspapers where you open
the pages and you know that there?s been an
editorial command: ?I want a story knocking the
BBC every day, please. Find it, knock it.? Sections
of the press have always seen the BBC as the
enemy and competitor, because it takes away
from their advertising, and it takes away from
their news. But at the moment there are things
that the BBC does that nothing else does. There
is such a thing as public service, no matter what
you think. There are things that only public
service can do and will do, and the BBC does
them, and the moment it stops doing them you
might as well write it off, because there?s no
point to it.?
W
hat sorts of things can only the
B B C d o ? ? Tr y i n g n e w
programmes, new attitudes, new
writers, new voices, putting in
little-heard voices, tackling new subjects,
?nding new ways of doing things at more times
when people can see them. I mean, all sorts.
The very political discussions on the BBC news,
for example ? you would think the whole of
television would do it, but they don?t. Where are
they on the other networks??
But the BBC isn?t perfect ? considering it?s a
public service broadcaster, what is lacking in its
schedules? ?The cultural, the arts programmes,?
TODAY!
In the 1950s, there was only a
handful of people who knew how
to produce television. There was a sort of
bogus magic to it ? we were the priests
who were explaining that we knew how
to handle these things. People would
come to the studio absolutely terrified,
their tongues would cling to the roofs of
their mouths, they wouldn?t know what
to say. But now the technology is so
THE EXPLORER
versatile, so small, anybody can make a
Attenborough?s ?rst series
Zoo Quest was broadcast in
natural history programme. It?s just a
black and white in the 1950s,
matter of time. When people say, ?How
but colour footage survives
do I become a natural history filmmaker?? ? the answer is, ?Do it! It couldn?t
says Attenborough. ?I don?t think the BBC does be easier.? Make a programme about a mouse if
enough. It?s not enough simply to say, ?Well, it you?ve got one coming into your house, make
doesn?t get a big enough audience.? If you?re one about a pigeon, make it about anything. And
a public service broadcaster, what you should be you?ll discover how to do it, how to put it
saying is, ?We will show the broad spectrum of together, how to tell a story.?
human interest.? People of all kinds should be
catered for. You can measure success not necese makes it sound easy, but I suspect
sarily by the maximum size of the audience, but
a YouTube video of a mouse in my
kitchen has some way to go before it
entrances the nation like the racer
snakes did in Planet Earth II. He may encourage
new film-makers and marvel at the shots his
documentary producer friends achieve, yet
I can?t imagine anyone, except perhaps the
Queen, having the effect on the general public
that he has.
by the maximum width of the spectrum, and see
As Attenborough leaves the studio, I ask the
whether there aren?t any gaps in it and how you?re bunch of builders on their tea break outside to
?lling them. There are lots of gaps in the BBC?s make room as we walk past. There?s a faint
coverage now, in my view, and that?s because they grumbling, a half-hearted shuf?e to the right.
are harried and badgered by all sorts of people. But when they see who they?re making way for,
But if the BBC was to disappear from our homes they fall silent, their eyes widen and they
one morning, surely we?d miss it desperately? straighten up. One of them stubs out his cigaYou?ve only got to go to America to know that.?
rette. I almost expect them to salute.
As technology has advanced with ferocious
The respect is palpable. This is the king of the
speed, there?s been a monumental shift in the broadcasting jungle walking by, having reigned
way television is made. I wonder whether over the land of television for nearly seven
Attenborough sees TV as part of humanity?s decades. And from the way Sir David paces back
future. Is it here to stay? ?People are going to be to his front door, I suspect he?ll be surveying his
using the techniques with much more freedom. kingdom with pride.
?
The BBC doesn?t do
enough cultural and
arts programming
H
?
1997 The
Natural World
1998
The Life of Birds
2000 State
of the Planet
2002 The Life
of Mammals
2005 Life in the
Undergrowth
2008 Life in
Cold Blood
2012 Celebrating
60 years in TV
2014
Life Story
2016 ?at 90
2016
Planet Earth II
2017 Natural
Curiosities
2018 The Queen?s
Green Planet
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2001
The Blue Planet
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RADIO TIMES
MOMENT
The stars reveal
what it?s like to hit
the big time ? in RT!
Jodie Whittaker
CONSUMING PASSION: 100 YEARS OF
MILLS & BOON | NOVEMBER 2008
?One of my ?rst ever Radio Times
appearances? Mills & Boon, right?
[We show her the clipping.] Yeah, that?s
for Consuming Passion! That?s hilarious.
I look JUST like my mum in that picture.
That is? oh I was? 26! That?s going
back ten years. So that?s the ?rst time I
was in it? And I?ve never been on the
cover till this year! The cover ? such a
big deal.?
Jodie Whittaker
photographed for RT in
2018 by Ray Burmiston
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Michael Caine
photographed for RT in
2002 by Fergus Greer,
and (below) an early
acting credit in 1961
I?ve never
?been
on the
cover till this
year ? such a
big deal!
?
Michael Caine
THE COMPARTMENT | AUGUST 1961
Early in his acting career Michael Caine appeared
in a BBC play, The Compartment, a 1961 two-hander
penned by the then drama-writing debutant
Johnny Speight. Caine starred as a troubled and
troublesome beatnik alongside Frank Finlay?s
highly strung businessmen, sharing an uneasy
train journey in a single compartment.
At the time Speight told Radio Times: ?I?ve often
thought that a nervous type could get into quite a
state of twitch if he found himself alone with some
dubious-looking character, knowing there was no
chance of getting out until the next station.?
The play was to prove fairly pivotal to Caine?s
career; some said it should have won him awards,
but the performance certainly landed him more TV
work. Not that the BBC appreciated the significance
of their archive gem.
?You know what the BBC
did with it?? Caine tells us.
?I was writing an autobiography
and rang them and said that
I?d forgotten about it and could
they let me have a tape of it.
I was told: ?We don?t have one.
We don?t have anything on the
show.? They were going through
an economy drive and had
re-used the tape. I just thought,
?Bloody hell ? taping over a
great little drama just to save
a few quid.??
Joanna Lumley
ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS | OCTOBER 2003
?One of my favourite cover pictures is Jennifer
Saunders as Edina and me as Patsy
looking grotesquely happy to be
flanking Elton John, no less, who
had just starred in one of the shows.
The sense of pride of being on the
cover is difficult to describe:
something about being singled
out for that week?s edition amid all
the other dazzling contributions.
Each new programme I do keeps
its fingers crossed: ?Maybe it will
be us!? ?Long live Radio Times
and a thousand thanks for all
your kindness to me.? ?
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JODIE
W H I T TA K E R
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TODAY!
It?s always a
great honour
and privilege
to be on the
cover
?
?
K E E L E Y H AW E S
Keeley Hawes
SPOOKS | 31ST MAY 2003
?It?s always a great honour, a pleasure
and a privilege to be on the cover of
Radio Times. Matthew [Macfadyen,
Hawes?s husband] and I had some
covers together because of Spooks,
which is quite unusual I suppose, and
they?re all up on my mother-in-law?s
kitchen wall.
?When you get older, people joke,
?Weren?t you on the ?rst cover of Radio
Times?? I was not! But earlier in your
career, when you think you?re going to
be on the cover of Radio Times and
then you?re not ? that?s disappointing.?
Keeley Hawes
photographed for RT
in 2003 by Colin Bell
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Nadiya Hussain
photographed for RT
in 2016 by Ian Derry
Nadiya Hussain
THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF / THE CHRONICLES OF NADIYA | AUGUST 2016
?I love this shoot. I want all of these pictures in my
downstairs toilet. At ?rst I was really worried because of
the wastage. I thought, ?If we?re going to throw all these
spices around, what?ll to happen to them afterwards??
and then ?Oh my goodness, have they been daft enough
to get chilli powder?? Imagine throwing it in the air and it
all lands in your hair, your eyes and your face! Luckily,
there wasn?t chilli powder but there was turmeric. I was
like, ?Come on guys, that?s worse than chilli powder
because it stains and I?m going to get that everywhere!?
Paul Merton
photographed for RT
in 2017 by Andy Earl
?What was lovely about this shoot was there were racks of
clothes with loads of prints ? and I love a good print. I wore
things I wouldn?t normally wear because I?ve not always been
con?dent with my clothes or my own body. So sometimes
when somebody else says, ?I think that will look good on you,?
it makes you feel con?dent. As a result, I de?nitely think that
over the last three years my style has changed. I used to wear
a lot of black because it made me feel safe. I felt hidden. But
now I wear lots of colour and prints, and I put my own stuff
together and I?m really happy with that now.?
Paul Merton
PAUL MERTON?S BEATLES | MAY 2017
?Being a huge fan of the Beatles? LP
Sgt Pepper?s Lonely Hearts Club Band,
I experienced mixed emotions when
approached by Radio Times to reproduce the
album cover. First I thought it was a terrible idea
and would look awful, but
I was persuaded
it would work.
Thanks to
the brilliant
photographer
Andy Earl, the
results were
absolutely
extraordinary. So
much so that in my
fading years I may
well come to believe
that I was actually all
four Beatles and it?s a
shame I split up.? ?
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Claudia Winkleman and
Tess Daly photographed for
RT in 2014 by Ian Derry
Claudia
Winkleman
STRICTLY COME DANCING | SEPT 2014
?To be asked to be on the cover of
Radio Times is a total and utter honour,
a privilege. Whenever I?ve been asked,
I?ve just sat, mouth agape, body covered
in goose bumps and then skipped about all
day. Over the years I?ve been lucky enough
to take part in two ? one without a fringe
and one holding a spatula. The shoots are
properly fun (and this is major as I?m
allergic to having my photo taken) and the
whole team are so lovely, kind and clever.
You?re brilliant, RT. Happy, happy birthday!?
Lord Sugar
JAMES BURNS; SVEN ARNSTEIN; RADIO TIMES ARCHIVE
THE APPRENTICE | MARCH 2012
Lord Sugar photographed for
RT in 2014 by Mark Harrison
?I can remember being in the Radio Times
offices when I was a guest editor for an issue
back in 2012. The Apprentice was about
to enter its eighth series, and I took
charge of the magazine for a week
to celebrate. I can?t quite believe the
14th series will be on BBC1 this week!
?In my role as editor, I interviewed
Harry Redknapp, who was managing
Spurs at the time, down at the
training ground. I enjoyed meeting
with the editorial team and making
the decisions about what we should
cover in the magazine that week.
?Radio Times is one of those
trailblazers of British media ? the first
TV listings magazine, which has gone
from strength to strength in a tough
market. I?m grateful for the continued
support they?ve given myself and
The Apprentice over the years. Even
if they didn?t keep me on as editor!?
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TODAY!
Lenny Henry
photographed for
RT in 1998 by
Trevor Leighton
Lenny Henry
LENNY GOES TO TOWN | SEPTEMBER 1998
Fiona Bruce
BBC NEWS | JULY 2004
?The first time I appeared on a Radio Times
cover wasn?t long after I?d been given the job
of presenting the six o?clock news. It felt like
the royal seal of
approval. I?ve not seen
the picture for years,
but I remember we
all posed around the
news desk and I looked
around me and could
hardly believe I was
there. Radio Times is
something I grew up
with ? my parents
bought it every week
without fail and my dad
highlighted programmes
they wanted to watch.
Every time I?ve appeared
on the cover, it?s felt like
a real honour.?
?My favourite Radio Times cover is the one of me in a red suit
with the tyre marks for a TV show called Lenny Goes to Town.
We?d shot a pilot Lenny Henry Gets Wild in Northampton and
had Mica Paris singing the Northampton anthem but made
in an R&B style. I did a Fugees rap about Northampton and
lots of jokes about the show coming from Northampton that
week. Surprisingly, they gave us a series.
?Radio Times has always been very supportive and they liked
the whole idea ? ?Hey, let?s literally get Lenny on the road. Geddit??
and so the photograph is me on my back pretending that I?ve just
been run over. Unfortunately, while it was being taken I was having
flashbacks to when I was run over in Dudley. Once, outside my
primary school, I was knocked down by a double decker bus.
Thankfully, Jamaican food breeds hardy children. Although
I flew head over heels and landed hard on my back,
I got up without a scratch. I was also knocked down
by a coach on Dixons Green Road in Dudley
? once again, although I performed a perfect
somersault, I wasn?t hurt.
?So there I am having my photograph
taken lying on my back and imagining
a big tyre mark over my new red
suit? praying for the whole thing
to be over soon??
Tony
Blackburn
MIDDAY SPIN | AUGUST 1967
?One of my big moments was reading
my ?rst mention in Radio Times. It was
in 1967, advertising my show Midday
Spin on the BBC
Light Programme.
That was when I
knew I?d ful?lled
my dream of being
on the BBC.?
[The following
month, Tony was
launching the new
Radio 1, left] ?
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TODAY!
Delia Smith and
Jamie Oliver
photographed
for RT in 2003
by Andy Earl
Below: Nigella Lawson
and Michael Parkinson
on the foldout cover for
RT?s 80th birthday edition
Jamie Oliver
RADIO TIMES ARCHIVE
RT?S 80TH BIRTHDAY ISSUE 2003
?This is the coolest picture ever. We?ve got a big
print of it in our office, in the Delia Smith Meeting
Room. Like most of Britain, I love Delia. She was
very well established when this was taken ?
probably winding stuff down a bit ? but still the
matriarch, and still is. I love the fag in her mouth
? I?m sure Radio Times wouldn?t shoot that now.
It was in a caf� called the Shepherdess, an old
institution next to Fifteen, my first restaurant.
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This was just after Jamie?s Kitchen, our
documentary series about training young
people for the new restaurant.
?Radio Times came up with the scenario.
We were told, ?Delia, this is your gaff, you?re the
governor and this little s**t has come in. He?s on
your turf and asked for fussy, fancy stuff. Give
him a bit of grief.? She played the part brilliantly.
She looks superior, chin stuck out.
?There?s another side to Delia that people
haven?t seen: she is really funny. She?s got banter.
She and her mum together are the best company ?
I got sandwiched between them a couple of times
at dinners, and it?s, like, the best night out ever!
That?s why I?ve asked every year for probably ten
years, ?Can I direct your Christmas special?? Even
for us to do it together. I?d love to bring that side
out. But I always get a polite no!?
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TODAY!
It?s a
small
world
It?s 1950s London and the nation awaits its
favourite magazine. Here comes the Radio
Times ?yer, ready to deliver millions of copies
of RT. As a 95th-birthday present to ourselves,
we re-create the golden age of steam
F E AT U R E B Y
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The Great Model Railway Challenge
Friday 8.00pm Channel 5
STREET
DREAM TEAM
Main picture: the Basingstoke and North Hants Model Railway
Society?s magni?cent model of 1950s London. Inset, left, the
modellers: Clive Essery, Dave Alsancak, Ian Morgan, Dave
Richards, John Smerdon, Chris Cleveland and Peter Thorpe
?we?re two buttresses and an arch
short. No, make that three arches
short.? It?s late afternoon, and things
are getting tense at the Basingstoke
and North Hants Model Railway
Society. Robin Gilchrist, a well-built
60-year-old Yorkshireman with a deceptively light
touch, hovers over the delicate houses, bridges and
track of a once-in-a-lifetime railway layout that?s
nearing completion.
Around him, team members are gathered like
operating theatre nurses around a surgeon.
Gilchrist holds up his hand, and silence falls across
the scout hut that is the club?s HQ. ?Gentlemen,
I?m going to need more parapets.?
It would be easy to poke fun at six middle-aged
men, all with varying degrees of hair loss or
tummies that long ago took the southern branch
line, who have been obsessed, often since childhood, with re-creating large stretches of railway
line on a much smaller scale. But railway modelling
has its share of glamour. Tom Hanks, Roger
Daltrey, Rod Stewart (who had a layout on the
cover of US magazine Model Railroader in 2007),
Pete Waterman and Neil Young are all enthusiasts,
as were Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra and, before
them, Buster Keaton.
The Basingstoke club, one of 15 teams from
across the UK that are competing in Channel 5?s
new six-part show The Great Model Railway
?
The real point of
a model railway is
the making of it
CLIVE ESSERY
PHOTOGRAPHED
E X C L U S I V E LY
FOR RADIO TIMES BY
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Challenge, are good at this. They have displayed at
the annual model show at the NEC, Birmingham,
and their layouts have featured in Railway
Modeller magazine ? a bit like winning the FA Cup
and the Premier League in consecutive seasons.
But this is the big one: the Radio Times 95thanniversary model railway layout.
The challenge began when the RT team discovered a remarkable series of photographs that had
lain unnoticed in our archives for more than half a
century. The pictures show goods yards and streets
outside London?s Waterloo Station in the early
1950s where a ?eet of Radio Times vans has gathered to collect copies of the magazine sent by rail
from the printer?s and then distribute them across
the capital. It?s a snapshot of a different age. The
Queen?s coronation in 1953 was about to become
the ?rst truly national broadcast TV event; Radio
Times cost 2d [two old pence] and sold more than
eight million copies a week (1955 would see record
sales of 8,801,895) and the yellow livery of our
delivery vans was a familiar part of the landscape.
So, we were naturally intrigued when the club
offered to interpret the pictures using not only its
modelling expertise, but also the sense of tradition
that comes naturally when you?ve been handling ?
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Robin Gilchrist
? replica LMS steam locomotives in the
and John
British ?N Gauge? scale since you were six
Smerdon work
on the track
years old. We were even more intrigued when
they said they could build it in just two days.
Making model railways is a slow business;
layouts usually take three years, or even longer.
?We?re working on a layout of two railway lines
joining in the West Country,? says Clive Essery,
a 67-year-old with a white beard who used to
put computer systems in Harrier jump jets. ?It
will probably take ten years before we?re
?nished.? Perhaps an ambitious undertaking for
a man his age? ?Well, I?m hoping to see the end
of it,? he says. ?But the real point of a model railway is the making of it. I?m comfortable with the
idea of it living on when I?m not around.?
E
ssery?s job today is vital. He makes
the stream of tea that, along with
plates of shortbread biscuits, fuels the
team. In fact, the team drinks so much
tea that Channel 5 provided them with an urn
during ?lming of the series earlier this year, at
the Buckinghamshire country house of the late
Sir William McAlpine. McAlpine had his own
private railway in the grounds.
A love of trains, perhaps more than any other
hobby, attracts devotees from across the social
spectrum. Gilchrist is a retired managing
director. John Smerdon, a 53-year-old presently cleaning the rails with a glass-fibre rod,
delivers ?overalls, laundry and workwear to various companies?. That, says Gilchrist, is the
beauty of the club. ?You could be Little Lord
Fauntleroy, it doesn?t matter who you are.
When you come through these doors we?ll
shake your hand, make you a cup of tea and
ask you which bit you?re interested in.?
Although exceptionally welcoming (and the
club say they?d love to see new members from
any gender or background), there are no
women here. ?It might be that it?s just something that interests guys more than women,?
ponders Peter Thorpe, a 60-year-old who ?rst
took up the hobby when he joined his school
railway club in 1970, and later came back to
modelling after ten years in the merchant
marine. ?But there?s also the possibility that this
is our way of creating things. Women produce
children, which we can?t do, and this is a poor
substitute for that.?
Railway modelling is a male world and, at the
risk of gender stereotyping, many of its attributes ? repetitive tinkering, a love of obscure
gadgetry and, possibly, a desire to render the
world little and therefore controllable ? seem to
be male ones. I do ?nd myself fascinated by the
mini-hopper that Smerdon is running over the
rails, a device the size of a matchbox with the
very speci?c purpose of delivering just the right
amount of ballast onto a length of track. Then
there?s the ballast itself ? not just coloured
sand, I?m assured, but a specialist product
manufactured, marketed and sold as model
railway ballast ? though I suspect laboratory
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
tests would con?rm it?s just coloured sand.
Meanwhile, Gilchrist is taking orders for the
chip shop and, on a side bench, Ian Morgan is
painting tiny lampposts and human figures.
The 62-year-old has been a member since
1988. His speciality is very early period railways, ?painting Victorian ladies in their crinolines?. Beside him, Thorpe is creating ? from
paper ? the garage for the front of the layout,
and becomes irritated with himself when the
roof doesn?t ?t. Between attempts I ask him
what he gets out of such a frustrating hobby.
?It?s being able to make something, then show
people and say, ?Look what I?ve done.? Maybe I
sound a bit old-school, but people get onto
computers and it?s, ?OK, you?ve done that for
three hours, what have you got to show for it?
INTRICATE
You?ve upset a few electrons.??
Peter Thorpe
For some, the camaraderie and calm of
builds the
modelling can be a life-saver. Basingstoke
paper garage
This is our way of
creating things ?
of having children
?
PETER THORPE
?
trustee Dave Richards is 65 and spent much of
his working life as a police road accidents investigations officer, surveying crash scenes. ?For
years, you think you?re ?ne dealing with all the
horrible things in life,? he says. ?But there comes
a point when you think, ?Actually, if I carry on
doing what I?m doing, I?ll go under.? So, I needed
a hobby that would take me away from that.?
I
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PERFECT
Every tiny
detail is right
in the team?s
?nished layout
t?s early evening now, seven hours
since I joined the team. At that point,
they had made only the base ? a piece of
bare plywood propped on trestle tables
and bearing a tangle of tiny sleepers and track
connected for power. Now, six portions of ?sh
and chips, 11 re?lls of the glue gun and much
fiddling about later, I?m looking at a 3-D
version of our original photographs, re-created
in enchanting detail. I peer beneath a railway
bridge bearing a Radio Times advert, there?s a
newsagent?s on a street corner, workmen are
digging up the tarmac and a red Routemaster
double decker is coming down the road. The
last lamppost has been screwed in and the
Radio Times delivery vans put in position.
We?re ready to turn on the current.
?As soon as that train moves,? says Essery,
?everything else will stop. I can?t explain it but
a moving model train has a strange power.?
Serdon picks up a control box, ?icks a switch
and, to everyone?s delight, it works. A locomotive comes around the corner pulling carriages.
It?s an early autumn weekday in 1951, and the
nationwide delivery of Radio Times has begun.
Now, have I got 2d on me?
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TELEVISION DRAMATISTS ARE good
at preying on our darkest fears,
and what can be worse than
your child vanishing into thin
air? From Kiri to Stranger
Things and The Missing, the
abducted child storyline keeps returning to
our screens. BBC1?s new drama, The Cry,
opens with the mother of a missing baby stepping out of her front door into a scrum of
journalists and TV reporters.
The parallels with Madeleine McCann?s
disappearance jump out of the screen. The
couple involved are attractive, middle class
and articulate, but they left their child alone,
they say, just for a moment, and he vanished.
The young mother ? played by Jenna Coleman
? is beautiful, tragic and digni?ed, perhaps a
little too controlled. Here viewers are left to
ponder whether she might have had a hand in
her own child?s disappearance.
It?s radically different from anything Jenna
Coleman has done before. After cutting her
teeth in soaps including Emmerdale and
Waterloo Road, she went on to make her
name in Doctor Who, and after that the young
Queen in ITV?s successful Sunday-night
drama, Victoria.
?The Cry is a real contrast to Victoria and
Victoria was a contrast to Doctor Who,? says
Coleman. ?That was the attraction for me. If
I?d been offered something sci-? after Doctor
Who I probably would have turned it down.
I?ve never done anything like a psychological
thriller before, so that made it interesting.?
�
C
shooting the
third series of Victoria, and when
we meet during a break in ?lming she expresses relief about
not being in a corset. Instead she?s wearing a large white ruf?ed collar under a
velvet trouser suit. She?s petite with
huge eyes and sits on the chair opposite me with her back ramrod
straight, feet in black strappy high
heels. She?s 32 but looks younger.
She?s keen to know what I
thought of The Cry and whether
I had figured out the plot after
seeing the first episode. I outline
my theory about whodunnit and she
smiles. ?There are a lot of red herrings,?
she warns. ?The challenge is trying to be
truthful to the audience while hiding stuff at
the same time. The performance you are
giving has to be seen from several different
perspectives so it?s like acting under a microscope ? playing the plot without giving away
the plot.?
Filmed in Scotland and Australia, The Cry
is a four-part series adapted from the novel
by Helen FitzGerald. It?s similar to other
popular psychological novels-turned-films
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Victoria star and former time
traveller Jenna Coleman takes
on a gritty new role, but is she
really a woman of mystery?
I N T E RV I EW BY
KIRSTY LANG
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LICKERISH
?PEOPLE
CONFUSE
YOUR
PERSONAL
LIFE WITH
THE ROLES
YOU PLAY?
such as Gone Girl or The Girl on the Train
that feature unreliable narrators and the
same story being told from multiple perspectives, leaving the viewer or reader wondering
who to believe.
In the ?rst episode, Joanna (Coleman) and
her husband Alistair (Ewen Leslie) travel
with their baby from Scotland to Australia
where he is to attend a custody hearing for
his daughter from a previous marriage. The
baby screams during the entire ?ight. Joanna
paces up and down the aisle while the other
passengers make clear their disapproval and
her husband sleeps soundly thanks to his eye
mask and headphones.
?We ?lmed the airplane scene in a hanger
in Maidenhead with an adapted plane. After
two days with these twin babies in an enclosed
space, we all felt like we had been to Australia
and back. The babies were genius actors, they
would cry as soon as the director called
action. I have seven children on Victoria in
the new series, so I know how dif?cult it can
be to ?lm with young kids.?
I confess an urge to berate Jenna?s ?ctional
husband for sleeping through the nightmare
?ight to Australia. Why does your character
put up with him? ?Joanna has lost her con?dence and her identity since the baby was
born, she doesn?t have family around and
she?s isolated. When a friend asks why he
doesn?t help with the baby, she says, ?He earns
the money, he goes to work, he needs the
sleep and I?ve got the boobs?.?
As the pressure on Joanna?s mental health
mounts, the viewer senses something awful is
going to happen. Sure enough, a few
hours after they land in Australia, baby
Noah vanishes from the couple?s hire
car. They had left him momentarily as
they popped into a convenience store
in the small town where his ex-wife
and daughter are living. A massive
police search follows, with all the
attendant pressures on the couple including a storm of media interest.
Does Coleman find it easy to cry on
demand, like her baby co-stars? ?No, not
really, but fortunately there isn?t a lot of
crying in this. That?s where the shock comes
in, but then again because Joanna doesn?t cry
a lot, people pose questions about how a
grieving mother should behave.?
The shy fragility of Coleman?s character
in The Cry is in contrast to Victoria. She
portrays the young Queen as someone in
control of her emotions. ?She was a tough
nut to crack. It was hard to get access into
her but once I started reading the books
and doing the research, I was surprised at
what I didn?t know. In her diaries, she
writes about her violent fits of temper and
how as a child she once threw scissors at
her governess.? ?
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? It?s a testament to Coleman?s confidence
that she turned down the role of Victoria twice
before finally agreeing to do it. ?I had just
?nished doing nearly four years on Doctor Who
and I didn?t want to do another long TV project.
I wanted to do lots of different things, but now
I?m doing Victoria, I ?nd her quite addictive.?
How long will she carry on doing it? ?We?re
deciding on a series-by-series basis. In the next
one [which is due to be broadcast next year],
she?s starting to look a bit more matronly, she?s
had six or seven children, so a bit wider, bit more
of a bust, the make-up is more drawn? but
there will come a point in her story when no
amount of prosthetic make-up or me lowering
my voice will be convincing enough.?
?
I want to know if
Doctor Who is going
to be Northern...
?
Her school drama teacher, Colin Snell, gets
the credit for that. ?He set up a small, semiprofessional theatre company within the school
and we would take shows on tour from a
basement in Buxton to the Edinburgh
Festival Fringe. There?s a lot of us actors
from up North who have been taught by
him. He?s a great teacher.?
She was on the waiting list for a place
at drama school when she was offered her
?rst professional role in Emmerdale
aged 19. She did four years
playing schoolgirl Jasmine
? a character who made
headlines due to a
lesbian kiss, and battering an off-duty policeman to death with a chair leg.
?Emmerdale was great
training, but I do sometimes
feel like I missed out by not going
to drama school.? It?s the reason
she?d now like to do theatre. ?I
NO HIDING PLACE
The private
nightmare of Joanna
and Alistair (Ewen
Leslie) is played out
in front of the media
missed the opportunity to have that rehearsalroom training time to explore.?
She was still only 25 when Steven Moffat cast
her as Clara, the companion to the 11th and then
the 12th Doctor (Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi,
respectively).
?I had no idea what to expect. I hadn?t watched
it. I remember getting the audition and thinking
this could be interesting. But nothing really
prepared me for what it would be like. Then
I read Steven Moffat?s script and it was like
being a child again and stepping into a fantastic
storybook. The sci-? aspect was a mystery to me.
I had to use Google a lot during the ?rst script to
?nd out what all the jargon meant.?
She?s excited about the prospect of the 13th
Doctor Who, the ?rst female incarnation with
Jodie Whittaker, which will also air on Sundays
when it launches on 7 October. ?The thing I
most want to know is if she?s going to be
DOUBLE EXPOSURE
With her leading men, Peter
Capaldi in Doctor Who, and
Tom Hughes (also her
boyfriend) in Victoria
Northern, if she?s using her own accent, whether
we?re going to have another Northern Doctor
Who.? [We can con?rm that she does.]
I?d been warned that Coleman was reluctant
to talk about her boyfriend and co-star in
Victoria, Tom Hughes, who plays Prince Albert.
An innocent inquiry from me about whether
they?d met on the set of Victoria is rebuffed with
?I won?t talk about him in interviews?.
U
ndeterred, I ask about a previous
boyfriend, Richard Madden, who at
the time of our interview is starring
in Bodyguard. The actor?s buff good
looks and naked posterior have been the subject
of many column inches. I want to know whether
she thinks, in light of the #MeToo movement, it?s
OK for the media to objectify a man?s body but
not a woman?s? However, the moment his name
passes my lips, a press of?cer ? one of two in the
room, sitting behind Coleman during our entire
conversation ? interrupts and brings the interview to an end.
As I get up to leave, I ask Coleman about
her 773,000 followers on Instagram. Does
she have to post all the time to maintain
her pro?le as an actress, or does she do it for
enjoyment? ?I love photography and interior
design so that?s what I post. It?s an interesting dilemma for an actress. You
don?t want people to know too much
about your personal life, because
they can confuse that with the roles
you are playing. I think there is a
line about how much you reveal.?
If this interview is anything
to go by, that defensive line is
maintained at all costs. She?s
clearly determined to maintain a
sense of glamorous mystery about
her personal life. Many will say,
?Who can blame her??
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orn in Blackpool, Coleman got
her ?rst professional acting role, aged
11, in the stage musical Summer
Holiday starring the TV presenter,
singer and panto favourite, Darren Day. She
looks slightly embarrassed when I ask about it.
?Yeah, Peter Capaldi (her co-star in Doctor Who)
found that piece of information hilarious.?
Was that the moment she decided to become
an actress?
?No, I wasn?t a child actor. I just did it over
the course of a summer holiday, and it was
wonderful. I had always liked dancing and I
loved being on the stage of the Blackpool Opera
House, which is huge and beautiful. But it wasn?t
until I was about 15 at secondary school that
I got interested in acting.?
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Saturday 6.30pm, Sunday 7.15pm BBC1
Living the dream!
RT?s new Strictly columnists take to the ?oor. But how do you
practise in A&E? And who?s the dance whisperer?
DR RANJ SINGH
SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE
E
veryone loves Strictly. Kids,
grown-ups, even the Prime Minister
(apparently) all look forward to seeing
the latest bunch of contestants don
their sequins and shimmy onto the
dance ?oor. As a superfan, I had dreams of maybe
one day getting that special call? but dismissed
them quicker than one of Donald Trump?s advisers.
Then it actually happened. After screaming in a
train toilet as my agent broke the news over the
phone (I dread to think what the other passengers
thought), the reality started to sink in. How could
I possibly do this? I had already organised the next
six months of my life, including starting my new
NHS job in a major trauma centre in London as a
paediatric emergency medicine physician! But
there was no way I could pass this up.
After a couple of weeks of nervous trepidation, I finally got the go-ahead from my
bosses. Soon after the public announcement
came the ?lming of intro sequences, trying
on of out?ts (I asked for extra rhinestones,
?
I?ve looked a right
plonker practising
in hospital corridors
NICKY JOHNSTON; GETTY
?
of course) and the exciting launch show.
I was genuinely stoked to be matched with
Janette Manrara. The two pocket rockets
of Strictly 2018 were ready to launch!
Before I could say paso doble, we were
learning cha-cha-cha steps in my local
gym. Not only is dance choreography
totally out of my comfort zone, but going
from six hours of exhausting rehearsals
straight into a 13-hour night shift at the
hospital has de?nitely taken it out of me.
There have been times when even standing
up on my ward rounds has been a struggle,
as my legs felt like jelly. And I?ve looked a
right plonker trying to practise my steps
down the corridors when nobody?s looking.
I can?t describe how electric and simultaneously nauseous I feel about our ?rst live
dance together. It?s been a tough start, and
I realise it?s only going to get tougher, but
I?m so glad I gave my dream a cha-cha
chance.
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
F
ollowing my initiation into the
world of ballroom dancing, the rest of
my world collapsed. I?d been so thrilled
to be asked to take part in Strictly that
I?d forgotten I?d actually have to learn
to dance. On the ?rst day, in among the wonderful
pro dancers and my youthful fellow contestants,
I?d never felt so ungainly, uncoordinated and,
yes? old. I was appalling. I looked and felt
like a mad woman fleeing her burning
home. I?d made a terrible mistake.
That night I called my husband [businessman Sten Bertelsen] in tears. He told
?
I looked like a mad
woman leeing
her burning home
?
me I was being negative: ?You?ve forgotten
all the great things.? He was right. There are
too many wonderful aspects to Strictly to
let fear get in the way.
The class of 2018 bonded immediately.
It was as if the gods had brought this
eclectic group together, knowing we?d
been a family in a past life. I?d assumed
that the pros would be serious, with no
time for fun. Oh my, how wrong I was.
They?re wild! Funny, kind, full of unbridled energy and genuinely excited to be
back on the show. I would have been
delighted to be paired with any of them,
boy or girl, but I had my heart set on
Mr Du Beke. He?s the boss and I knew he
would take no whingeing.
When Anton announced our ?rst dance
was to be the samba, I spat out my tea. It?s
fast. Really, really fast. Usain Bolt would
have trouble keeping up with Tico Tico sung
by Carmen Miranda, the song chosen for us
on the first live show. Didn?t the producers
witness the carnage of my contribution to the
?rst group dance? I told Anton I couldn?t do it,
but the word ?can?t? isn?t in his vocabulary.
Wind forward a week and this incredible
dance whisperer has got me to a place where I?ve
learnt enough not to embarrass myself irreparably? I hope. I?ve got a long way to go, but my
home is no longer ablaze.
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SIMON BARNES
A fairy-tale beginning
Only dragon-slayers triumph in the Champions League
GETTY; REX
H
ere be dragons. That?s what it
said on ancient maps, but that
didn?t put off the gallant knights
of old. It had the reverse effect:
the one place every storybook
knight longed to go was the land of the dragons,
so he could take on the mightiest beast of all in
single combat, free the princess and win for
himself eternal glory.
It?s all very well winning every jousting tournament at home, but it?s only out in dragon
country that a knight can really prove himself.
Are you a lightweight, a poser, a person of
limited ambitions? Or are you the real thing ?
a very parfit gentil knight? The dragon will
answer those questions for you.
The same system operates in the Champions
League. Glory at home is OK, but we measure
the lasting greatness of a team by their successes
outside our own islands. In Europe there are
dragons with names like Juventus and Real
Madrid and Bayern Munich: it?s by your
success against them that you will be
assessed. This week four English clubs are
in action in the group stage of Europe?s
top club competition, and although victory
is important, what really matters is not
losing ? at least it does when you?re
facing the hottest dragons of all.
Liverpool had a glorious romp
to the ?nal last year, but in the
group stage they won only
three of their six matches,
with three draws. This
week the y take on
Napoli, riding high in
Serie A (Wednesday,
kick-off 8pm, BT Sport
3). It?s about knowing when to stick and
when to twist. Typically, Liverpool
secured a late win in their ?rst match
against Paris Saint-Germain.
Tottenham face an apparently
eternal struggle to secure their
position among the grown-ups,
and they have an alarming
tendency to shout ?pass?
when the hardest questions
are asked. Two weeks ago
they lost to Inter Milan
after leading 1?0 on 85
minutes; now they have a
visit from Barcelona (Wednesday, kick-off 8pm,
BT Sport 2/5 Live). They badly need to assert
some sort of authority over the game. And not
lose, of course.
Manchester United look as if they have a
comparatively easy option this time round ?
which is welcome in a season that, even in this
early stage, has not been without its troubles.
They play Valencia (Tuesday, kick-off 8pm, BT
Sport 2/5 Live), who are struggling in La Liga.
They look less alarming than other dragons,
while Spurs have drawn the footballing equivalent of Harry Potter?s Hungarian Horntail.
kicks off at 5.55pm (Tuesday, BT Sport 3/5 Live).
City ? the last of the English quartet ? were
impossibly good last season; no one else was
even close. In the Premier League, that is. But
when they got deep into the Champions League,
they found that Liverpool had transformed
themselves into ?re-breathing dragons, and in
燭
the quarter-?nals, City, full of frailty and selfdoubt, were overwhelmed. This time they?ve
already stumbled, losing to Lyon at the Etihad.
That?s the sort of thing that this competition
can do: all limitations are ruthlessly exposed ?
but also, sometimes, unsuspected levels of brilliance are revealed.
So we have reached the point when the
season really begins; when every opponent is
more used to winning than losing and
scraping draws. And there?s still a feeling
that English clubs are slightly overawed by
it all ? as if they feel in their hearts that
they?re not really supposed to win. Perhaps
this is the year that will change.
he competition is restricted to
subscription television in this country,
which is a sadness for many, and perhaps
a false move from the sport. Another change
to note is kick-off times. The tradition of the
7.45pm start is no longer ? marketing beats
sporting excitement once again ? so keep
an eye on timings: 1899
Hoffenheim v Manchester City
CLASH OF THE TITANS
Harry Kane?s Spurs meet
Lionel Messi?s Barcelona
in this week?s Champions
League ?xtures
Spurs play football?s
? version
of Harry Potter?s
Hungarian Horntail
?
SIMON?S 3 TO WATCH
GOLF: RYDER CUP The case for
Remain expressed in sport. Sat
6.30am Sky Golf/Main Event,
9am 5 Live, 8.30pm (highlights)
BBC2; Sun 9.30am Sky Golf/
Main Event, 11am 5 Live,
7.30pm (highlights) BBC2
CYCLING: ROAD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS Surely not
more British success? Women?s
elite road race Sat 11am BBC red
button, 2pm BBC1, 4pm BBC2;
Men?s elite road race Sun 8.35am
BBC red button, 1.45pm BBC2
F1: RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX
Can Ferrari get out of reverse
gear? Sun 12.05pm (start 12.10pm)
Sky F1, 12 noon 5 Live, 6.45pm
(highlights) C4
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Up Close
personal
Glenn Close tells Andrew Collins why, at 71, she has no regrets
? except for her bunny boiler performance in Fatal Attraction
I
ALLSTAR; GETTY
?m playing a parlour game with Glenn
Close. We were discussing acting technique and I asked if she had a secret
for making herself cry. She revealed
that while shooting the 2016 British
zombie-apocalypse horror The Girl
with All the Gifts, she challenged co-star Gemma
Arterton to a crying contest, ?to see who could
cry the most, the fastest. Gemma won.?
At which juncture, she introduced me to
another acting game: ?One of you thinks of a
colour. Then you put an expression on your face,
which is your idea of what that colour is. The
other person has to guess the colour.?
All right, I think, you?re the six-time Oscar
nominee, three-time Tony and Emmy Award
winner? ?You go first.? She centres
herself facially, muttering, ?OK,
let?s see,? then assumes a
serenely meaningful expression, which she holds as if
freeze-framed.
I gaze at her, nervously,
then I make my guess.
Blue?
Without breaking the
IF THE
HAT FITS?
spell, she shakes her head.
Close in
Yellow? Another shake. Now
2011 drama
I feel bad, as it can?t be Glenn
Albert
Close?s
acting that?s at fault ?
Nobbs
it must be my own failure. I give in;
she tells me it was white. Gamely, she pulls
another face. This time I get it: black. Her
guffaw resounds around the high-ceilinged
Palladian meeting room at Somerset House in
London. She gives me a third expression. Purple.
Yes! Two out of three! I?d assumed she?d be an
ice queen; in fact, she?s closer to a Play School
presenter.
Now 71, Close is Hollywood royalty ? a theatrical dame in all but crusty honorific, and an
Oscar winner in all but the detail of having had
her name chiselled into the plinth of an actual
statuette. (Her six nominations without a win is
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found her feet in open-air theatre.
It transpired that the movie camera loved
Close as much in contemporary stories (The Big
Chill, Jagged Edge, The Paper) as it did in
middlebrow costume dramas (Albert Nobbs) and
in Franco Zeffirelli?s Hamlet, giving her the
leverage to take on curveballs like Mars Attacks!,
101 Dalmatians and, more recently, Guardians
of the Galaxy. She also ennobled early box-set
TV by appearing in The Shield and all 59
episodes of legal saga Damages, while maintaining a garlanded stage career, starring in Sunset
Boulevard and A Streetcar Named Desire.
CLOSE COMBAT
As stalker Alex Forrest
in 1987?s Fatal Attraction
the most of any living actress.)
Born and raised in rural Connecticut, Close
grew up communally after her parents joined
Moral Re-Armament, a multifaith crusade that,
with the bene?t of hindsight, many now regard
as a cult. A peripatetic, dictatorial childhood
(when her father, a doctor, worked in Congo, the
family moved to MRA?s HQ in Switzerland)
drove her to self-expression through drama in
her 20s. She also studied anthropology, and
TO THE POINT
With Jonathan Pryce,
Close?s co-star
in The Wife
H
er latest film is The Wife, a
Swedish-British-US co-production
(in UK cinemas from Friday
28 September). Close plays Joan
Castleman, the seemingly devoted spouse of
Jonathan Pryce?s patriarchal literary giant Joe
Castleman, as the couple?s fragile union is
threatened at a Nobel Prize-giving in Stockholm.
For fans of Close?s detailed facial expressions,
it?s a masterclass, with all the work going on
behind her impassive eyes as Joan wrestles with
the ?loyal wife? archetype. I ask if the subtlety of
the characterisation is what drew the woman
who?s played larger-than-life characters Cruella
De Vil and Norma Desmond to the part.
?Yes, I like the fact that she?s in the background. One of my favourite scenes is when they
arrive for a reception at the hotel and he [Pryce]
gives her his coat!? She squeals with glee. ?There?s
nothing more powerful in life than two eyes; the
close-up makes the audience enter the ?lm.?
The Wife is almost a theatrical piece, with lots
of pairs of people talking in rooms. Was that
an appeal? ?The ?ghts were very organic. Last
time I saw it with an audience, I found the
scenes at the Nobel dinner excruciating ? I felt
this thing in my chest. It was extraordinary to
act. I felt that it was only Jonathan and I in that
room. I knew what he was thinking.?
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Unlike Joan, I say, you don?t strike me as
someone who fades into the background. ?I love
fading into the background,? she announces.
She?s dressed all in black, as if to make the point.
?I?m not an extrovert. Most actors aren?t. If
you?re an introvert, it?s easier to perform in front
of 1,500 people than two people.?
C
lose draws no artistic distinction
between working in different media.
Having debuted on the silver screen
in The World According to Garp, she
then took on a TV movie, Something about
Amelia, with Ted Danson. ?It was a script about
incest,? she recalls with mock horror. ?My agent
said, ?It will ruin your movie career.? ? It didn?t.
Close claims she has no regrets. But as an
activist for greater understanding of mental
health issues (her sister has bipolar disorder),
she has re-evaluated her own portrayal of the
mentally ill Alex Forrest in Fatal Attraction, the
highest-grossing ?lm of 1987, in which a woman
scorned after a ?ing with a married man turns
into the ?bunny boiler? of legend.
?That did nothing but feed into the stigma,?
she says now. ?They made her into a psychopath.
But people who suffer abuse can end up abusers.
More interesting now would be the story from
her point of view.? Did you have reservations at
the time? ?I had a reservation about the bunny.?
Talking of abuse, do you feel that Hollywood is
going through a reckoning in the #MeToo era?
?Yes, and I welcome it. I think of it as a cultural
revolution.? When I mention that US comic Bill
Maher has said that all men are now on notice,
she responds with another shriek: ?You don?t
want all of us to get angry at the same time!?
When a knock at the door signals our time is
up, she shows a sense of humour as black as
her choice of wardrobe: ?Someone is
coming with a straitjacket!?
The fight
scenes were
very organic?
it was
extraordinary
to act
?
PHOTOGRAPH
BY BRIGITTE
LACOMBE
?
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C4 AND C5, AND OTHER
DIGITAL HIGHLIGHTS
U ? suitable for all; Uc ? suitable for all, especially for children; PG Parental Guidance ? for general viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young or sensitive children; 12A cinema only ? younger children must be accompanied by an adult; 12, 15, 18 ? for viewers of these ages and over.
Saturday 29
ANDREW COLLINS
FILM OF THE DAY
m Despicable Me ???? y
DID YOU KNOW
?
Gru?s bodily pro?le
resembles an empero
r
penguin, which is ?tti
ng
because it?s the male
of
that species that initia
lly
cares for its young
3.55-5.50pm ITV2
COMEDY Those of us
with longer memories
than the target
demographic for the
franchise-launching
animation Despicable
Me will have experienced a sense
of d閖� vu on its release in 2010.
Its protagonist, the top-heavy
supervillain Gru (voiced by Steve
Carell), with his cue-ball noggin, black
attire, scarf and vampiric appearance,
looked for all the world like a direct
hybrid of two existing characters.
One is Uncle Fester from The
Addams Family, a harmless ghoul who
could light a bulb by putting it in his
mouth; he graduated from the pages
of the New Yorker to TV and films.
But long-lived fans of British
comics will recognise a prototype Gru
in Grimly Feendish, the ?Rottenest
Crook in the World!?, created by artist
Leo Baxendale in the 60s and
featured in strips in Wham!, Smash!
and Shiver and Shake.
I?m not suggesting m?learned
friends need get involved; let?s just
say that Gru is not without ancestral
precedent. In any case, he?s a fabulous
character who, in a sitcom, would
never change his nefarious ways
but, in what turned out to be the first
Despicable Me movie, he undergoes
a complete about-face.
Locked in a cold war with rival
baddie Vector (voiced by Jason
Segel) and unable to get a loan from
the Bank of Evil, Gru adopts three
orphan girls named Margo, Edith and
Agnes. It?s their selling of cookies
door-to-door that provides Gru with
the perfect distraction to infiltrate
his nemesis?s lair.
Having duly exploited the girls?
better nature and stolen a shrink ray
from Vector, Gru plans to lose his
three charges at a fairground. But
? and upon this the entire franchise
pivots ? he discovers that he?s not
heartless after all and vows to parent
them, leading to plenty of what was
famously banned from TV?s Seinfeld:
hugging and learning.
The dialogue is knowing (?When we
got adopted by a bald guy I thought
it would be more like Annie?), thanks
to Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, who?ve
written all three Despicable Me films.
Its distinctly spongy look is testament
to the visual imagination of directors
Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud.
But the movie?s secret weapon
remains the incomprehensible, loyal
yellow Minions, whose antics steal
scenes throughout.
And for those of us with little grey
cells working overtime, the franchise?s
continuing good health is very much
down to its comic roots. (US 2010, HD)
m i Earth to Echo ???
1.35-3.25pm 5STAR
Non-Stop ???
g
SCI-FI ADVENTURE This kids-help-analien adventure borrows wholesale from
ET, Super 8 and The Goonies, and while
it isn?t in the same league, it does make
for fun viewing for young audiences.
On the eve of eviction from their homes,
three boys find their mobile phones
picking up mysterious interference that
leads them to stranger things in the
desert. But there is a sinister group of
grown-ups on the alien trail, too. The
special effects are decent, the pacing
fast and frantic, and aside from some
heavy-handed philosophising, this is a
superior junior sci-fi yarn. DA (US 2014)
Potter and the Goblet
m Harry
of Fire ????
h
THRILLER Liam Neeson stars as
a veteran air marshal tasked with
finding the killer among his 200 fellow
passengers on a flight from New York
to London in this solid but workmanlike
thriller. Aided by frequent flyer Julianne
Moore and plucky flight attendant
Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey),
Neeson plays a cat-and-mouse game
above the Atlantic while trying to keep
the body count to a minimum. Director
Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown) delivers
intermittent claustrophobic thrills, but
this is not Neeson?s most convincing
action-hero performance. TeS (US 2014,
violence, swearing, HD)
Dangerous Beauty ???
j
5.55-8.35pm ITV
11.25pm-1.40am Drama
FANTASY This fourth instalment of the
series offers genuine scares alongside
the magical mayhem as Harry Potter
(Daniel Radcliffe) is mysteriously
entered into the Triwizard Tournament,
which features treats like a brilliant CGI
dragon and creepy mermaid creatures.
Director Mike Newell stamps his mark
on the movie, making Hogwarts seem
like the most fabulous school ever,
although his vision is pretty frightening,
with Ralph Fiennes as Potter?s nemesis,
Lord Voldemort, adding particular
intensity to events. SF (US 2005, violence, HD)
ROMANCE Catherine McCormack
co-stars with the city of Venice in this
feminist fable, based on Margaret
Rosenthal?s biography of 16th-century
poet Veronica Franco. McCormack plays
Veronica, who lusts after an aristocrat
(Rufus Sewell) and an education
? but is denied both. Director Marshall
Herskovitz splashes out on atmosphere
and McCormack delivers her witty lines
with aplomb, but the climax of the film
is too melodramatic to be credible. TH
(US 1997, violence, swearing, sex scenes, nudity)
Lucy ??? 9.00-10.45pm C4
j
ACTION Director Luc Besson deals
in the mind-blowing as much as the
physical in this crazy-quilt collision of
Limitless and 2001: a Space Odyssey.
Scarlett Johansson plays an American
everywoman abroad who accidentally
ingests an experimental substance,
causing her cerebral capabilities to
expand towards the godlike. Morgan
Freeman adds his usual gravitas as a
scientist and, although this isn?t a patch
on Besson?s best work ? Nikita, Leon ?
there are plenty of enthralling moments
as action clich閟 (fights, car chases) are
turned on their head. JA (Fr 2014, violence, HD)
9.00-11.10pm Film4
PICK OF THE REST...
King Kong ????
h
2.30-6.05pm C5
Peter Jackson?s ape epic. (2005, col/BW, HD)
Willow ?? 5.30-8.00pm Syfy
g
A farmer protects a baby princess. (1988)
i Insidious: the Last Key ???
8.00-9.50pm Sky Premiere
j
See review, page 60. (2018, HD)
Ocean?s Twelve??9.00-11.25pm Sky1 h
George Clooney and gang are back. The
second sequel is on tomorrow. (2004, HD)
The Way of the Gun ???
9.00-11.15pm AMC (Sky 192, BT 332) z
Small-fry crooks in over their heads. (2000)
In Bruges ????
z
BLACK COMEDY Violent, foul-mouthed
and very politically incorrect, this dark
comedy manages the miracle of actually
being original, as a pair of professional
killers (Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson)
lay low in the medieval city of Bruges
following a horribly botched job. Gleeson
and Farrell are both excellent, and it?s
their relationship and philosophical
musings that give the film its drive, making
for a lurid but affecting tale about despair
and the possibility of redemption. DW
(US/UK/Ger 2008, violence, swearing, drug abuse, HD)
OUTSTANDING ???? VERY GOOD
h
10.45pm-12.45am C4
??? WORTH WATCHING ?? COULD BE WORSE ? POOR i PREMIERE m FAMILY VIEWING HD HIGH DEFINITION
An American Werewolf in London
???? 11.10pm-1.05am Film4 z
Irreverent, gruesome horror. (1981, HD)
Hellboy II: the Golden Army
???? 11.30pm-1.25am ITV
h
The return of the demonic hero. (2008, HD)
Department Q: The Keeper of Lost
Causes ??? 12.35-2.05am BBC2 j
First part of Scandi crime series. (2013, HD)
DISCOVER FILM
The best of Sky, iPlayer, Net?ix
and beyond? see p60
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ANDREW COLLINS
FILM OF THE DAY
The Bucket List ???
h
11.30pm-1.15am C5
DID YOU KNOW
?
Morgan Freeman almos
t
had a different bucket
list buddy ? Clint
Eastwood was initially
offered the role that
went to Jack Nicholson
COMEDY DRAMA Terminal illness is usually the cue for a weepie, but not in
this 2008 buddy movie from director Rob Reiner. It follows a welcome millennial
trend of putting the elderly up front, in this case both literally ? in co-stars
Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson ? and narratively, as both play patients
diagnosed with cancer. Blue-collar worker Freeman and billionaire
Nicholson find common ground in a quest to achieve
a catalogue of ambitions before they ?kick the bucket?.
Globetrotting, sky-diving thrills ensue
as the likeable pair travel to Egypt,
France, India and Africa to fulfil
their wildest dreams. The
multiple-divorced magnate?s
loneliness is counterpointed by
the poorer man?s family life,
but there was no way
they were going to let
you enjoy a film
about codgers
having fun without
an underlying
lesson. You might
not guess the
ending, however.
And if you don?t
get something in
your eye before then,
you?re a tougher nut
than I. (US 2008, swearing,
sexual references, HD)
DAYTIME
The Rare Breed ???
10.00am-12.05pm More4
y
WESTERN In this warm-hearted,
sprawling western, widow Maureen
O?Hara imports a prize Hereford bull to
the Old West for breeding purposes. The
pleasure?s really in watching the languid
by-play between O?Hara, lovable drifter
James Stewart and rugged cattle baron
Brian Keith, and enjoying a supporting
cast that looks like it stepped out of a
John Ford movie. Novelty is provided
by Juliet Mills, Hayley?s sister, and jolly
pretty she is, too, in cinematographer
William H Clothier?s landscapes. Director
Andrew V McLaglen brings out the best
in his actors, and if it is all a bit jovial,
well, that?s no bad thing. TS (US 1966, HD)
m Bend It like Beckham ???h
12.55-3.10pm C4
COMEDY DRAMA This feel-good
teen-orientated comedy drama from
director Gurinder Chadha (Bhaji on the
Beach, Bride & Prejudice) has two things
going for it, besides its opportunistic
title: it?s set in the world of female
football (hardly a subject that?s been
done to death at the cinema) and
against a background of intransigent
first-generation Indian tradition in
suburban Britain ? giving it the flavour
of the superior East Is East. Parminder
40
Nagra is skilled in both acting and
ball-control as the teen who ?worships?
David Beckham. It?s the crushing
predictability of the footballing storyline
(nail-biting finish resting on a penalty
kick, anyone?) and her wooden co-star
Keira Knightley that let her down.
Clashes between Indian and English
culture are played with knowing
humour, and Juliet Stevenson is hugely
entertaining as a Hounslow mum,
but too much of the plot hinges on
misunderstandings and, if you?re over 17,
you may find the romance a little fluffy. AC
(Ger/UK 2001, swearing, sexual references, HD)
m
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
???? 5.25-6.50pm C5 h
COMEDY Doctor Dolittle meets The
Crying Game in this smash-hit comedy
that made Jim Carrey an overnight
sensation. The rubber-faced star plays
a bumbling detective hired to find a
kidnapped dolphin, and your reaction to
this fast and furious farce will depend
on whether you find Carrey?s style of
physical comedy hilarious or annoying.
It?s directed with anarchic energy by
Tom Shadyac (Eddie Murphy?s The
Nutty Professor), and Carrey?s co-stars
Courteney Cox (from Friends) and Sean
Young (in surely one of her most bizarre
screen roles) had the good sense not to
reappear in the unfunny sequel When
Nature Calls. AJ (US 1993, edited for language)
EVENING
Hood: Prince of Thieves
m Robin
????
g
6.50-9.55pm C5
ADVENTURE Buckles are truly
swashed in this 12th-century adventure,
which sets out to entertain and does so
with a great deal of dash and panache.
Kevin Costner is more ?Indiana Hood?
than the Locksley lad of yore and Alan
Rickman is a joy to behold as the
panto-styled Sheriff of Nottingham,
while Morgan Freeman?s cultured Moor
is a commanding, though unlikely,
medieval presence. But it?s director
Kevin Reynolds who deserves the most
praise for disguising such overfamiliar
events with imaginative staging, and
turning in such an enjoyable popcorn
epic. And, yes, this is the film where
Bryan Adams sings (Everything I Do)
I Do It for You during the final credits. AJ
(US 1991, nudity, edited for violence, language)
Pineapple Express ???
9.00-11.15pm Universal
z
COMEDY Director David Gordon Green
cranks up the action for this stoner
comedy from the production house of
Judd Apatow (Knocked Up, Superbad).
Seth Rogen plays a process server
whose world revolves around smoking
marijuana. After his friendly dealer
(James Franco) sells him some ultra-high
quality ?Pineapple Express? reefer, the
dope ends up being traced back to them
in a gangland murder. Soon the buddies
are on the run. Between moments of
drug-addled glee, the plot thickens to
involve a cast of other misfits. It?s well
paced and absurd (the final shoot-out
doesn?t know when to quit), but the
characters are hard to warm to. The plot
may not hold up to close scrutiny, but
that doesn?t stop it from being a fun
ride. KK (US 2008, violence, swearing, drug abuse)
(Colin Firth) fiercely protects her,
unaware that Dr Nash (Mark Strong) has
other ideas. Based on the best-selling
thriller by SJ Watson, this home-grown
sensation is also a memorable example
of fine British film-making. Joffe
conjures superb performances from the
perfect cast: this is Firth and Kidman at
their best. A sexy, chilling and stylish
trick of the light, this psychological
thriller knows exactly what it?s doing. KK
(UK 2014, violence, swearing, sexual references, HD)
A Private Function ????
12.55-2.55am Film4
j
COMEDY With its gentle, witty portrait
of postwar Britain, this comedy has the
stamp of Ealing about it. Scripted by
Alan Bennett, it is an often hilarious
mixture of social comedy and earthy
humour, much of the latter being
inspired by a pig being fattened for
a feast to celebrate the 1947 royal
wedding. Michael Palin does a nice
line in mortified meekness, but he
is upstaged by Maggie Smith, as his
scheming wife, and Liz Smith, whose
eccentric antics provide some of the
highlights. DP (UK 1984, some swearing)
PICK OF THE REST...
Windbag the Sailor ??? 10.30am12.15pm Talking Pictures TV
y
Will Hay is all at sea. (1936, BW)
Anna and the King ???
12.45-3.35pm Film4
h
Jodie Foster is a tutor in Siam. (1999, HD)
Charlie?s Angels ?? 4.25-6.30pm
Sony Movie Channel
j
Noisy hi-tech action comedy. (2000)
Ice Age: the Meltdown ???
4.55-6.45pm E4
y
Colourful animated sequel. (2006, HD)
LATE NIGHT
IQ ???? 4.55-6.55pm
You Again ??
11.50pm-1.30am BBC1
y
Paramount Network
Witty Walter Matthau comedy. (1994)
COMEDY This virtually mirthless family
comedy sees Kristen Bell?s ambitious
PR executive returning home for her
brother?s wedding, only to discover
he?s marrying the cheerleader (Odette
Yustman) who ruined her school years,
and who appears now to be a reformed
character. It?s a convoluted set-up that
fails to deliver on its promise, combining
vindictive characters with regular doses
of queasy sentiment. Thankfully, Jamie
Lee Curtis (Bell?s mom) and Sigourney
Weaver (Yustman?s aunt) are on hand
with a few scores of their own to settle,
and their presence makes the movie
moderately tolerable as they show the
younger set how it?s done. TJ (US 2010, HD)
Despicable Me 2 ????
Before I Go to Sleep ????
Riotous musical comedy. (1980, HD)
12 midnight-1.35am C4
j
MYSTERY In Brighton Rock director
Rowan Joffe?s second feature, Nicole
Kidman plays the mentally unstable
amnesiac who records her memories
every day lest she lose further track of
her former life. Her hunky husband
6.00-8.00pm ITV2
y
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Gru is after a mysterious baddie. (2013, HD)
Back to the Future Part III ????
6.45-9.00pm E4
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Rousing time-travelling adventure. (1990, HD)
i Battle of the Sexes ???
8.00-10.10pm Sky Premiere
See review, page 70. (2017, HD)
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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo
Drift ??? 8.00-10.00pm ITV2 h
The third instalment heads East. (2006, HD)
The Blues Brothers ????
9.00-11.40pm ITV4
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The Sweetest Thing ???
11.10pm-1.00am 5STAR
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Girls just want to have fun. (2002)
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The Swimmer ????
9.00-10.50pm Talking Pictures TV
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DRAMA A cult among connoisseurs, The
Swimmer does as advertised: follows a
middle-aged man (a fit Burt Lancaster
in perma-trunks, in one of his
oddest roles) as he attempts to
swim home via back-garden pools
in well-to-do Connecticut. Adapted
from a John Cheever short story
by Eleanor Perry, with hubby Frank
Perry directing, it starts as a kind
of sexy 1960s picaresque marked
out by bright Technicolor, slowmotion, swirling music and chaste
meetings with women in bikinis.
Symbolising, perhaps, the
soullessness of moneyed ennui,
its trajectory is never predictable.
I would actually call this curio
unmissable. (US 1968)
Taking the plunge, p80
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First Knight ???
3.40-6.20pm
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Sony Movie Channel
ADVENTURE Ghost director Jerry
Zucker focuses on another doomed
romance in this retelling of the spiciest
of Arthurian myths. If Kevin Costner
can play Robin Hood with an American
accent, then what?s to stop Richard
Gere giving Lancelot a Philadelphia
twang? Gere is suitably dashing as the
most independent knight of the Round
Table, while Julia Ormond is ravishing
as the constantly imperilled Guinevere.
Stealing every scene, however, is Sean
Connery, who, as a legend in his own
lifetime, has no difficulty conveying the
regal bearing of the once and future
king. DP (US 1995, violence)
not included
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5.15-7.15pm
Paramount Network
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SCI-FI The presence of the distinguished
Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy makes
this saccharine retread of Cocoon worth
watching. They play residents of a
doomed New York block of flats who
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DID YOU KNOW
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and spent months in
training with top wate
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polo coach Bob Horn
find the unlikeliest of allies in the shape
of a group of alien space creatures. It?s
made by Steven Spielberg?s production
company Amblin but, sadly, there is
little of his magic touch here (even
though it?s based on one of his scripts
for the Amazing Stories TV series),
and director Matthew Robbins lets
sentimentality run supreme. But Cronyn
and Tandy effortlessly rise above it all,
and children and soft-hearted adults will
be enchanted. JF (US 1987, edited for language)
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6.55-9.00pm Film4
FANTASY This bewitchingly oddball
fairy tale from director Tim Burton
is a masterpiece and one of the best
fantasy films ever made. Johnny Depp?s
sensitive performance as scientist
Vincent Price?s ?Punkenstein? creation
is a revelation, with humanoid Edward?s
inability to touch the things he loves
because of his razor-sharp fingers
making for potent symbolism of the
highest mythic order. The finale packs
an unforgettable emotional wallop,
assisted by Danny Elfman?s gloriously
magical score. AJ (US 1990, some violence, HD)
THRILLER Transformers director
Michael Bay is a master of high-octane
kicks, but often falters when it comes to
story development. So it?s not surprising
that this sleek action thriller plays like
a series of chase sequences dressed up
with flimsy sci-fi. Yet Ewan McGregor is
engaging as a survivor of an ecological
disaster that wiped out most of the
planet?s inhabitants. Sadly, Scarlett
Johansson is reduced to the role of
ineffectual love interest and, while the
film hits the spot as an adrenaline fix,
Bay frustratingly squanders its true
potential. SF (US 2005, violence, swearing)
Being Evel Knievel ????
11.30pm-1.00am BBC4
DOCUMENTARY Health and safety
violations have never looked so stylish
as in this story of the daredevil biker.
Evel Knievel?s first jump was over snakes
and cougars; soon it was the Grand
Canyon. Some of the footage of him
being smashed around is wince-inducing,
so what motivated Knievel to put his life
on the line? As a portrait unfolds of a
charismatic rebel who never came to
terms with his past, his own words sum
up his predicament perfectly: ?Nobody
wants to see me die, but they don?t
want to miss it if I do.? GR (US 2015, col/BW)
PICK OF THE REST...
The Reckless Moment ???
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11.00am-12.40pm Film4
Brooding blackmail thriller. (1949, BW, HD)
1.00-3.10pm AMC (Sky 192, BT 332) h
i A Surrogate?s Nightmare ??
2.15-4.00pm C5
Danger for a pregnant sister. (2017, HD)
What about Bob? ????
6.55-9.00pm
Sony Movie Channel
COMEDY Richard Dreyfuss and Bill
Murray make a dynamic comedy duo
in this manic satire on the
psychiatry business from
director Frank Oz. Murray
is especially funny as the
multi-phobic patient
who follows therapist
Dreyfuss on holiday
and totally ruins
his much-needed
break. Alan Jones
(US 1991, swearing)
Bill of wrongs, p90
i Dog Eat Dog ?? 10.55pm12.40am Sony Movie Channel
The Three Musketeers ???
8.00-10.10pm E4
Sherlock Holmes ????
9.00-11.35pm ITV2
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Robert Downey Jr is on the case. (2009, HD)
7.05-9.00pm Movies4Men
Raw, zero-budget comedy. (2016, HD)
Efficient treasure-hunt tale. (1986)
Blades of Glory ???
11.15pm-1.05am Film4
11.45pm-1.15am BBC1
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Steampunk-styled swashbuckler. (2011, HD)
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CRIME Playing as part of a Nic Cage
triple bill with The Trust and 8mm,
this is writer/director Paul Schrader?s
reteaming with Cage following 2014?s
Dying of the Light. Adapted from
ex-con Edward Bunker?s 1995 novel, its
unfocused crime charade centres on
a trio of released prisoners led by Cage,
who intend to pull off one last job or die
trying. Despite a stylish if shocking
opening, the rest of Schrader?s film is so
meandering that the effect is sadly
unconvincing. JA (US 2015, violence, swearing,
sex scenes, drug abuse, nudity, col/BW)
Dreams of Gold: the Mel Fisher
Story ???
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Hollywood Homicide ???
Serviceable buddy-cop movie. (2003)
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Skating rivals team up on the ice. (2007, HD)
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DID YOU KNOW
?
The script was written
by
JJ Abrams, who would
reunite with Harrison
Ford 24 years later
as the director of Star
Wars: the Force Awaken
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Regarding Henry ???
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DRAMA Consciously releasing equity from
existing franchises (Star Wars, Indiana Jones,
Blade Runner), Harrison Ford maintains
a certain single-earring cool in his 70s. He
got stuck in an action rut in the 1990s but
Regarding Henry bucked that trend. A Mike
Nichols-directed yuppie nightmare/recoveryof-the-week movie, it sees Ford?s Manhattan
lawyer injured in a robbery that
leaves him in a childlike,
amnesiac state. Rather than
take revenge as per a more
typical Ford, he changes
his mercenary ways and
discovers there?s more to
life than work. Annette
Bening is solid as his wife
but it?s Ford?s measured
performance that keeps
you watching. (US 1991,
violence, swearing, HD)
Hot Fuzz ????
9.00-11.25pm ITV2
j
COMEDY The second in the comic
series for Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and
director Edgar Wright ? the team behind
Shaun of the Dead ? was this pastiche
of American action movies. Pegg stars
as a top London policeman transferred
to a crime-free village where all is not as
it seems. What begins as a very funny
murder mystery eventually mutates into
an ironic action spectacular that blows
up half of Gloucestershire (or rather,
Wells pretending to be Gloucestershire).
More smart than silly, this is self-confident
comedy that?s proud to be British. JR
(UK/US/Fr 2007, violence, swearing, HD)
Snake Eyes ???
9.00-11.00pm 5Spike
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ability to conjure up atmosphere, the
striking photography of Robert Krasker
and the canny performances of his
splendid cast. Laurence Harvey is
gleefully extravagant as a cocky
conman, Alan Bates doggedly decent as
the insurance assessor on his trail and
Lee Remick beguiling as the ?widow?
caught between them. DP (UK 1963)
The Place beyond the Pines
???? 12.50-3.10am C4
j
CRIME DRAMA Ryan Gosling exploits
his pin-up status in this often surprising
melodrama about the relationships
between fathers and sons. He opens
the story as a stunt rider who turns
to crime in order to raise his son, but
then writer/director Derek Cianfrance
(Blue Valentine) changes lanes in an
unexpected way for a smart, sprawling
and beautifully crafted morality tale. DW
(US 2012, violence, swearing, drug abuse, HD)
MYSTERY The US Secretary of
Defense is assassinated at a boxing
championship in an Atlantic City casino.
Can detective Nicolas Cage use his own
recollections and those of key witnesses
to find out whodunnit? Although a
visual tour de force by director Brian
De Palma (a virtuoso opening sequence,
split screens, acrobatic cameras),
this jigsaw mystery lacks suspense
and disappoints as a thriller, with the
expected slam-bang finale never
materialising. De Palma fans will love
it, but others may think it?s rather
pointless. AJ (US 1998, violence, swearing)
He says he?s innocent, but is he? (2018, HD)
The Running Man ????
D閖� Vu ??? 9.00-11.30pm Syfy h
10.45pm-12.50am Talking Pictures TV
Can Denzel Washington stop a terrorist
act from occurring in the past? (2006)
CRIME DRAMA This is one of those
cinematic sleights of hand that only
exceptional film-makers could hope to
pull off. Armed with a clever script by
John Mortimer (of Rumpole fame),
director Carol Reed turns a run-of-themill potboiler into a hugely entertaining
three-handed thriller thanks to his
PICK OF THE REST...
i The Neighbourhood Nightmare
?? 2.15-4.00pm C5
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
???? 9.00pm-12.10am
Sony Movie Channel
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Rooney Mara stars in a stylish take on Stieg
Larsson?s bestseller. Claire Foy will be seen
as Lisbeth in cinemas this autumn. (2011)
The Expendables 3 ???
10.00pm-12.30am 5STAR
Star-packed ?geriaction? thriller. (2014)
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FILM OF THE DAY
i Joy ???? 9.00-11.25pm Film4
h
Superbad ???? 9.00-11.20pm
j
COMEDY DRAMA Your appreciation of this biographical comedy drama will
Sony Movie Channel
rest upon: a) the depth of your devotion to the ubiquitous Jennifer Lawrence,
and b) your interest in home-shopping gadgets. Joy is the inspirational story of
Joy Mangano, a struggling single mom of two in Suffolk County, New York, who
experiences an epiphany while clearing up some
broken glass after a wine spillage and, assisted
by her dad (Robert De Niro), builds a prototype
self-wringing ?Miracle Mop? which lights up
the phones on shopping channel QVC in
1992. Lawrence?s energy convinces us of her
natural salespersonship and you?ll buy her
rise to entrepreneur with over 100 patents
(Huggable Hangers, Performance
Platforms). Director David O Russell (who
co-writes with Bridesmaids? Annie Mumolo)
is besotted with Lawrence and so is his
camera, but the inevitable fall after her rise
is predictable and it doesn?t have the heart
of their previous outing, Silver Linings
Playbook. (US 2015, swearing, HD)
You couldn?t make it up, p110
COMEDY The first feature script by
Knocked Up star Seth Rogen and
co-writer Evan Goldberg sees two
high-school seniors plan a send-off
involving booze, dope and virginitybanishing sex, giving deadpan Jonah
Hill (adept at stoner-style improv)
his break-out role, while
Arrested Development star
Michael Cera plays his
gauche pal and Christopher
Mintz-Plasse is the nerd
whose fake ID is their pass
to adult pleasure. It?s puerile
wish-fulfilment for teens
of all ages, but the clever
performances guarantee
it wider appeal. (US 2007,
swearing, sex scenes, drug abuse)
Before she was famous,
p120
DID YOU KNOW
?
Jennifer Lawrence
wore wigs for most of
the ?lm. In a haircut
scene, however, she
accidentally snipped of
f
some of her own locks
Cowboy ???
3.05-5.00pm 5Spike
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WESTERN This grim yet gripping prairie
tale reunited the star and director from
3:10 to Yuma, taciturn Glenn Ford and
talented Delmer Daves. It?s the story
of a young tenderfoot (the excellent
Jack Lemmon) and his relationship with
tough trail boss Ford. The atmosphere is
thoroughly authentic ? listen to Ford?s
description of the intelligence of a
cowboy?s horse ? and the photography
is particularly sharp. TS (US 1958)
They Were Sisters ???
9.00-11.20pm Talking Pictures TV y
DRAMA The marriages of three sisters,
whose husbands range from the tolerant
to the tyrannical, are the focus of this
quintessential Gainsborough film. The
sisters are played by actresses who
epitomise a bygone era: Phyllis Calvert,
Dulcie Gray and Anne Crawford. Today,
though, the stand-out character is
Geoffrey, a sadist who causes untold
misery to Gray?s sweet Charlotte: he?s
played by a young James Mason, giving
a performance every bit as vicious as his
work in The Man in Grey. TS (UK 1945, BW)
Little Miss Sunshine ????
j
11.30pm-1.40am Sony Movie Channel
COMEDY Greg Kinnear leads the
dysfunctional Hoover family on an
44
A Good Day to Die Hard ??
9.00-11.00pm E4
eventful road trip from New Mexico to
California in this sparkling indie comedy.
He plays an increasingly desperate
motivational speaker whose seven-yearold daughter (Abigail Breslin) has been
invited to compete in the ?The Little Miss
Sunshine? beauty pageant. Also along
for the ride in a VW van are his wife
(Toni Collette), father (Alan Arkin), son
(Paul Dano) and brother-in-law (Steve
Carell). Every role is brilliantly cast,
but it?s a toss-up for best performance
between Kinnear, Arkin (who won an
Oscar as a junkie pensioner) and Carell. SP
(US 2006, swearing, drug abuse)
h
THRILLER The rule of diminishing
returns bites hard in Bruce Willis?s fifth
outing as New York cop John McClane.
Trouble follows him to Moscow where
he teams up with his CIA operative son
to thwart Russian mobsters. McClane
junior (Jai Courtney) is tasked with
protecting an informant who could
bring down an underworld kingpin, but
believing his son is himself in danger,
dad has to break out the fists. Director
John Moore lazily stitches together
a series of shootouts, car chases and
explosions, while Willis seems lost
without the verbal sparring partners
of the superior earlier instalments. TeS
(US 2013, swearing, violence, HD)
Windom?s Way ????
9.00-11.10pm Talking Pictures TV
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See review, page 110. (1939, HD)
DRAMA This neglected gem stars a
charismatic Peter Finch at the height
of his heart-throb powers. He plays
Alec Windom, a doctor full of confident
dedication, toiling away in a remote
Malayan village and helping the locals
resist a rebellious takeover. It?s a very
powerful, tightly directed film with some
stunning supporting performances
from the likes of Mary Ure and Michael
Hordern. What could have been
a clich�-ridden outing and a one-man
demonstration of star ego emerges
as a simply great movie. SH (UK 1957)
The Last Song ???
Rush Hour 2 ???
PICK OF THE REST...
i The Nanny Is Watching ??
2.15-4.00pm C5
Keep your passcodes to yourself. (2018, HD)
Gone with the Wind 5
4.40-9.00pm TCM
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h
11.15pm-12.50am ITV
Miley Cyrus tries to repair relations with
her estranged father in this drama. (2010)
ACTION COMEDY Jackie Chan
reteams with motormouth Chris Tucker
as the chalk-and-cheese cops who, this
time, find themselves in Hong Kong
battling a murderous Triad gang ? but
with the added spice that chief villain
John Lone was involved in the death
AMC (Sky 192, BT 332)
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Jason Biggs proposes too much. (2006)
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of Chan?s dad. Chan?s trademark stunts
and Tucker?s slick one-liners guarantee
that if you enjoyed the first film, you?ll
like this one, too. And make sure you
stick around for Chan?s trademark
end-credit out-takes. DA (US 2001, edited
for violence, language, HD)
I Give It a Year ???
12.40-2.20am C4
j
COMEDY The directorial debut of
writer Dan Mazer (Borat), this will-theywon?t-they divorce romp has everything
you want in a relationship comedy, with
Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall starring as
hopelessly mismatched newlyweds. The
only downside is the occasional lapse
into sleaze, but happily that doesn?t last
long. Watch it, and laugh at the truth
about love. KK (UK/Fr/Ger/Lux 2013, swearing,
sexual references, sex scenes, nudity, HD)
REVIEWERS THIS WEEK Dave Aldridge, Jeremy
Aspinall, Andrew Collins, John Ferguson, Sloan Freer,
Sue Heal, Tom Hutchinson, Trevor Johnston, Alan
Jones, Karen Krizanovich, Stella Papamichael, David
Parkinson, Gary Rose, Jamie Russell, Emma Simmonds,
Tony Sloman, Adam Smith, Terry Staunton, Adrian
Turner, Damon Wise
PICK OF THE REST...
i Early Release ??
2.15-4.00pm C5
An ex-con?s past won?t go away. (2017, HD)
i Downsizing ???
8.00-10.20pm Sky Premiere
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See review, page 120. (2017, HD)
Ted ???? 9.00-11.05pm ITV2
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Wedding Daze ?? 9.00-10.45pm
DID YOU KNOW
?
Seth Rogen and Evan
Goldberg began the
script when they were
just 13 years old: ?We
just wanted to see if we
could write a movie?
j
Brilliantly outlandish comedy. (2012, HD)
Rogue ???
9.00-10.55pm Horror Channel
j
A crocodile on the loose! (2007)
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i That Good Night 111
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From Monday Sky Store, iTunes
DRAMA Dylan Thomas?s Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night fittingly provides
the title for this character study, which marks John Hurt?s final screen appearance.
Hurt is indeed impeccable to the last as a cranky screenwriter facing his own
battle with mortality in the sun-splashed surroundings of his Algarve villa. It
should be a time for making peace with his estranged son (Max Brown) and
resolving discontents in his marriage (Sofia Helin, star of Nordic noir The Bridge,
plays the long-suffering spouse), but Hurt?s character isn?t a man to compromise.
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there?s no dimming of his powers. Trevor Johnston (UK/Por 2017, HD)
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From Mon Sky Store/Virgin Movies
COMEDY Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay
play a gay couple and David Tennant
their neighbour in this sometimes
cute, sometimes crass comedy. When
Alex (Marsay) learns her partner Olivia
(Punch) has started an insemination
programme without
telling her, she has
drunken sex with
John (Tennant).
Both women then
find themselves
pregnant. It?s an
occasionally
amusing
confection with
some powerful
moments. DA
(UK 2017, HD)
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Hugo Weaving leads the starry cast
of a drama centred on ? and taking its
name from ? the most devastating
year of Ireland's Great Famine, 1847.
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of misfits with some lessons to learn.
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on the New York skateboard scene.
The Wife 111
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interviewed on page 36) hits breaking
point on a journey with her celebrated,
charismatic husband (Jonathan Pryce).
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Show Dogs 111 g Released 1 October on DVD and Blu-ray
A gruff NYPD rottweiler and his handler must infiltrate the preening
world of a Las Vegas dog show to investigate a panda-smuggling ring
in this special effects-assisted combination of goofy comedy and
canine cop movie. Unheard by the human cast, the dogs converse
among themselves and other members of the animal kingdom.
Detective Will Arnett is adequate enough as straight man to the
rottweiler (voiced by Chris ?Ludacris? Bridges) who learns to appreciate the show
dogs? skill set in the course of the case, helped by a plot that takes the material
seriously and a splendid turn by Stanley Tucci as a wily papillon. This is unassuming
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Missed The Repair Shop? Catch up now, says David Butcher
Y
ou?d be surprised how often,
when I meet someone socially and
tell them where I work, their
genuinely astonished response is,
?Radio Times! Is that still going??
After grinding my jaw for a few seconds and
salvaging a thin smile, I reply that yes, it is ? and
still thriving after 95 years, thanks for asking?
It?s a comment I get mostly in London, to be
fair: elsewhere people are more tuned in. I was
at a do in the West Country recently and gathered that several fellow guests were not just
RT readers but devoted, cover-to-cover,
wouldn?t-be-without-it readers. And when
they?d ?nished enthusing about the magazine,
they started telling me about the TV show they
adored more than any other. It was, of course,
The Repair Shop on BBC2.
If you haven?t discovered The Repair Shop
yet, you need to seek it out on iPlayer.
You really should, it?s a treat. The
whole production radiates
care and skill and warmth,
like an enchanted hot
FIDDLY
water bottle of loveliness. Steven Fletcher
It?s perfectly formed TV,
at work
full of nice people doing
nice things, nicely.
(?Balm for a frazzled
world,? as one fan
sighed on Twitter.)
I
?ve liked it since
previewing the very
first episode, when
I half-expected it to be another
slightly contrived daytime-ish show
mining a great British natural resource,
antiques. What took me by surprise was how the
show made a simple premise ? people bringing
their careworn family treasures to be ?xed ? into
something ridiculously touching.
Like a lot of viewers, I can?t help getting dewyeyed when the ?reveal? arrives. Why is there a
lump in my throat watching a couple return to a
thatched barn in Sussex to collect their old rocking horse, or carriage clock, or piano stool? They
see it restored to its former glory and they?re
visibly moved. And, regular as horologist Steve?s
clockwork, so are we.
Of course, a central plank of the show is the
fact that the value of heirlooms is never
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
COUNT ON THEM
Repair Shop experts
Jay Blades and
Steven Fletcher with
an old cash register
?
Stephen Fry calls it the best
programme on British television
mentioned ? or even
hinted at. This is not
Antiques Roadshow,
for heaven?s sake; these
are not items anyone
would sell. It?s a show about
memories, not money. And the
craftspeople give the same care to a
magni?cent antique sleigh as they would to a
broken plate.
Those experts (Will Kirk, the furniture
restorer, Kirsten Ramsay, the ceramics whizz
and the rest) are stars in their own right, the
self-effacing surgeons of stuff, with manual skills
learnt over decades. I doubt I?ll ever need to
make, say, a brass ferrule to put on the handle of
a Victorian toy, but I?m glad the series showed
me how.
It?s easy to see why The Repair Shop strikes a
chord with people ? a big, sweeping Elgar
power-chord (though possibly played on an old
accordion whose keys need ?xing up). Loss and
?
sadness colour everyone?s lives. Having objects
that connect to our family history isn?t just
nostalgia, it?s keeping the past warm, doing right
by memories.
And the ?Workshop of Dreams? is more than
an old barn down a dusty track. It?s a postcard
from a world before digital technology and
throwaway consumerism, where people are
polite and meticulous and modest. No wonder
Stephen Fry recently called it ?the best
programme on British television?. I know a lot of
people who would agree.
THE FLOOD GATES ARE OPEN
All summer, drama lovers have been wandering
a barren shore, pausing to pick up the odd clam.
Now, come the autumn season, we?re spoilt for
choice. A flood tide of drama has swamped the
schedules and left an embarrassment of riches, too
much to keep up with. Is there any chance in future
years the broadcasters could even things out and
scatter their goodies a bit more evenly?
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British Jews
iPlayer (BBC2)
Eight British Jews with diverse
views meet and then travel to
Israel, all the while challenging
each other?s firmly held beliefs ?
and documenting their experience
of antisemitism in the UK.
Ep1 available until 10pm 4 October
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iPlayer (BBC2)
BBC2 is burning through this
Australian sitcom, which aired
there in 2015 and 2016: series
two starts this Sunday. So catch
up quick with the first run of a
rewardingly low-key comedy
centred on two cops enduring
a stakeout in which virtually
nothing ever happens. That
leaves them free to ramble
and argue, painting a very
funny picture of male vanity,
childishness and self-delusion.
Net?ix
The addition of the third series
means Netflix has every
episode of the prematurely
cancelled TV version of
the Hannibal Lecter story
? it?s one of the most
imaginative, wickedly
clever dramas you?ll
ever see. Joining the
fabulously horrible Mads
Mikkelsen in the last run
is Gillian Anderson as a
psychiatrist who takes
a rather keen interest.
Available from 29 Sep
iPlayer (BBC1)
Nick Knowles and his team deliver a
two-parter with an emotional pull well
beyond that of an ordinary DIY SOS
episode (although it?s always pretty
emotional anyway): they?re working
in the shadow of Grenfell Tower,
helping the healing process by
building two new community hubs.
The importance of the task is
powerfully underlined by interviews
with survivors of the fire and relatives
of those who didn?t escape.
Ep1 available until 10pm 5 October
It looks and sounds convincingly like Vikings or
Game of Thrones, but this English-language
Norwegian series is a ?ne comedy based on one
inexhaustibly funny gag: these 9th-century pillagers
kvetch, fret and self-analyse like 21st-century sitcom
characters. Expect more deftly written, drily
performed silliness in series two.
Available from 26 September
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Walter Presents/All 4
There?s a palpable sense of bristling
threat to this Swedish cop thriller,
which you can binge on via Walter
Presents once C4?s shown the first
episode late at night on Wednesday
26 September. Dragomir Mrsic
(above) plays a corrupt cop who
vows to clean up his act when he?s
struck by tragedy ? but his criminal
associates aren?t willing to let him go.
It?s grittily real and often shocking.
Sorry for Your Loss
Facebook Watch
Facebook?s new video service, Watch
(find it on the app by tapping the icon
made of three horizontal lines) is
mostly just existing content from
your feed, re-organised, but it has
original series too. One of the first is
suprisingly excellent: Elizabeth Olsen
plays a young widow in a drama that
forensically examines what grief does
to a spouse and a family from every
angle, and does it so sensitively that it
becomes a deep, cleansing catharsis.
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YOUR NEXT BINGE
New Doctor?
There?s also a
new head writer...
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Somewhere Between
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� Chef?s Table
Net?ix
Not a groundbreaking or awardwinning US drama, but one to maybe
stick on your watchlist if you like a
story full of emotion and twisty
surprises. Based on a series made
in South Korea (where they like
their frantic melodramas and
complex sci-fi), it concerns a woman
who travels back in time to a week
before her daughter was murdered.
Can she change history?
Available from 28 September
A fifth season of the visually opulent
series that celebrates food pioneers.
This time they?re unsung heroes:
profiled are Cristina Martinez, who
introduced Philadelphia to barbacoa
while living as an undocumented
immigrant; Albert Adri�, whose
contribution to his brother Ferran?s
restaurant El Bulli is underestimated;
Turkish food expert Musa Dagdeviren;
and Thai cuisine purist Bo Songvisava.
Available from 28 September
odie Whittaker is soon to
make a splash as the first
female Doctor in Doctor Who
? but if you really want to know
what to expect, you should (and,
thanks to all the modern-era Who
episodes being on iPlayer, you can)
look at the back catalogue of writer
Chris Chibnall, who?s been
contributing episodes for more
than a decade and this year takes
over the reins as showrunner.
Chibnall?s pledge to keep the
series accessible and relatively
grounded can be seen in his
previous work on Who, especially
in episodes like two-part story
The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood,
which re-introduced classic foes
the Silurians while also delving into
the competing loyalties of family/
friends versus the greater good ?
classic Who stuff, in other words.
The bones of one of Chibnall?s
innovations for the new series ? a
large, diverse team of companions
? can be spotted in Dinosaurs on
a Spaceship, a fun romp that saw
Matt Smith?s Doctor team up with
an Egyptian Queen, a Victorian
game hunter and one of his usual
companions? parents in a quest to
save some captured creatures.
Even one of Chibnall?s less fondly
remembered episodes, 2007?s
24-inspired thriller 42, combines
terrific sci-fi ideas with relatable
human problems (Freema
Agyeman?s Martha struggling to
involve her mother in her life) in a
way that?s always central to Doctor
Who and which, rumour suggests,
we can expect to see continued
with Whittaker?s new Time Lord.
Then there?s 2012?s The Power of
Three, which sees Smith?s Doctor
live with his human friends for a
few months. Ostensibly about a
?slow invasion? of mysterious
cubes, the episode finds pathos in
the cooling relationship between
the Doctor and his companions,
and was one of the best ?kitchensink? Doctor Who episodes in years.
We?d say the new Doctor is in
safe hands. HUW FULLERTON
iPlayer
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Has Ultra HD arrived?
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Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father
Net?ix
Series two of the slightly too contrived travelogue in which comedian Jack
Whitehall constantly disappoints and is embarrassed by his disapproving
dad, Michael. This time they?re on a tour of Europe, taking in Germany,
Romania, Hungary, Moldova, Ukraine and Turkey. Whitehall Snr wants it
to be a culturally enriching odyssey, but his feckless son has other ideas.
Available from 28 September
Like flying cars
and the end of the
world, 4K or Ultra
HD television has
always been just
around the corner.
There have been a series of
obstacles to overcome.
First, people needed to buy
4K-capable televisions. Then the
only way of watching 4K content
was to buy Ultra HD Blu-rays
(which need a special player)
or stream it from a service like
Netflix (which needs a beefy
internet connection and a
streaming box like an Apple TV).
However, UHD straight to your
television is slowly getting here.
BT started broadcasting sport in
2016, and the other broadcasters
have since followed. But now Virgin
has a new channel that features
normal TV shows and movies.
Launching this week, the literally
named Virgin TV Ultra HD (channel
999) still has the feel of a proof of
concept: it only broadcasts from
8.15pm and much of the line-up
? stacked with nature docs and
concert movies ? is the kind of
thing they use to sell televisions
in Currys. But there are also some
proper dramas you might want to
watch, like Masters of Sex starring
Michael Sheen or Start Up with
Martin Freeman.
You need to be a Virgin TV Full
House or VIP Customer with a
top-of-the-line V6 set-top box. But
it?s a sign that the future might,
finally, be here. JONATHAN HOLMES
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Strictly Come Dancing 6.30pm BBC1
ENTERTAINMENT Having survived last week?s turn on the dance?oor,
m�
the 15 celebrities now face the possibility of being the ?rst to be voted
out. The bruised ego from leaving ?rst will be more painful than any blisters
or pulled muscles, even though Iwan Thomas (a 2015 alumnus) jokingly said
they should simply ?go home, don?t moan? in the recent Strictly the Best.
Unusually, it?s dif?cult to predict who might be waltzing out the door ?rst.
There are a few celebs whose strong fanbase will compensate for any spatula
Pointless Celebrities
Dad?s Army
Casualty
The X Factor
5.40pm BBC1
5.55pm BBC2 (not N Ireland;
Scotland: 6.55pm)
8.35pm BBC1
8.35pm ITV
DRAMA I think we need to prepare
ENTERTAINMENT The X Factor
SITCOM And so to the very last
for an incoming Important Issue
storyline as Duffy looks worried,
clutching a prescription after her
visit to the doctor and later hiding
her medication from Charlie.
There?s a Sixth Sense scenario in
the emergency department when
a woman is brought in after a road
accident. She was on her way to
hospital with a heavily pregnant
neighbour who?s about to have her
baby, and a passenger that no one
else can see. And surely it?s time for
Iain to start being nice to hopeless
dork Ruby, who is weepy and
miserable yet again in the thinly
staffed paramedic department as
Iain has a go at her just for being in his
eyeline. ALISON GRAHAM TV EDITOR
is jumping straight from arena
auditions to the Six Chair Challenge
this year, with Bootcamp having
been given the boot. This is no bad
thing, because not only does it
streamline the whittling down
process of the acts, it also means the
axing of the hideous Wall of Songs.
But we haven?t escaped gimmickfree. This year, they?ve introduced
?the Golden X?, where every judge
will have one guaranteed safe seat to
give to a singer, securing their place
at Judges? Houses and ensuring
they won?t have to go through the
theatrical, musical-chairs rigmarole
that ensues. But surely there?s a
catchier name to be had: ?the Golden
Stool?, perhaps? FRANCES TAYLOR
QUIZ A special edition celebrating
yesterday?s BBC Music Day, pairing
radio hosts Suzy Klein, Clara Amfo,
Chris Hawkins and Shaun Keaveny
with singers Lesley Garrett, Lianne
La Havas, Amy MacDonald and Ella
Eyre. What you don?t want is to give
an answer so embarrassing you end
up crouching with your hands over
your face. Tragically, that calamity
strikes one hard-working pro here. It?s
painful to see. After that it?s a hardfought scrap between knowledgeable
players, but regular viewers will
enjoy bridling at a round with two
obvious and virtually identical best
options, such that the teams might
as well toss a coin. A poorly written
Pointless question! That?s rarer than
a 99-point answer. JACK SEALE
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hands and stiff-as-a-board hips; conversely a few who do have rhythm
may not go down well with voters because of their attitude, nationality or
personality. Those things seem to count as much as good footwork when it
comes to avoiding being in the bottom two tomorrow. And one should never
overestimate the importance of the professional dancer?s popularity. As
Anton Du Beke knows very well. But surely Vick Hope, Katie Piper and Ashley
Roberts will be with us for a bit longer? JANE RACKHAM See page 9 and 33
episode, ?rst seen by 12.5 million
people on Remembrance Sunday,
1977. It was the favourite episode of
actress Pamela Cundell, who played
the infamous Mrs Fox. And as
director David Croft remembered,
?We were very sad. There was hardly
a dry eye in the house.? It turns out
Jack Jones has proposed to Mrs Fox,
and has the jitters as he awaits her
reply. What follows is relaxed and
heartfelt, with a breaking of the
fourth wall that may leave you with a
lump in your throat. MARK BRAXTON
The RT bookazine,
Dad?s Army at 50,
is available from WH Smith
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SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
DISCOVER TV
TV CV GARETH DAVID-LLOYD
8.35pm Channel 5
DOCUMENTARY By the time Prince
Albert died at the age of 42, he?d
become one of the most powerful men
in the world. However, until the time
of the Queen?s ?rst pregnancy, he
wasn?t involved in any government
issues, mainly because the British
were suspicious of a foreigner?s
interference but also because Victoria
was reluctant to relinquish control
and give him any authority.
This straightforward drama-doc,
starring Olivia Hallinan and Gareth
David-Lloyd (sporting luxuriant wig
and whiskers), takes us through the
events that brought about Albert?s
changing role and helps us to
understand his astonishing
contribution to modern society. JR
Mystery Road
9.00pm, 9.50pm BBC4
DRAMA Detective Jay Swan (Aaron
Pedersen) has a stare that could
stop a dingo in its tracks. His brooding
intensity gives him the silent dignity
of an upstanding sheriff in a 1950s
western rather than just another
maverick cop with a disastrous
personal life. Yet when he snaps,
beware anyone in the ?ring line?
After a slow-burning start, the
hunt for two teenagers who?ve gone
missing in the outback in suspicious
circumstances ?ares into life, with
multiple suspects and revelations,
and sparks ?ying between Pedersen
and Judy Davis as redoubtable police
chief Emma James. ?Getting giddy
up there on your high moral perch??
she mocks Jay over his ethical stance.
DAVID CRAWFORD
ALL ABOUT EVE
Life becomes
increasingly
perilous for
agent Polastri
(Sandra Oh)
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The Jonathan
Ross Show
10.05pm ITV
CHAT SHOW Parochial as it is
these days in its choice of guests,
Jonathan Ross?s chat show still
knows how to have fun. So do the
now well-established presenting/
judging quartet on The Great British
Bake Off, 75 per cent of whom are
on the sofa here: Paul Hollywood,
Prue Leith and Noel Fielding
should bring us the inside line
on the current series, perhaps with
the odd bit of gossip about this
year?s cult hero (in my house,
anyway), Rahul.
The line-up?s completed by rising
comedy star and Big Narstie Show
co-presenter Mo Gilligan, while music
comes from the singer and Voice UK
judge, Olly Murs. JS
Killing Eve
The best of streaming
and catch-up
The No 5 War
iPlayer (expires 10pm today)
An endlessly captivating
documentary about the rise
to global prominence of
Chanel No 5 perfume, and the
commercial wrangling that
?owed from its creator, Coco
Chanel, recklessly signing
away most of its future pro?ts.
If that sounds like a scenario
where you?ll sympathise with a
naive artist, there?s a dark tale
of backstabbing on the way
that gets a lot darker when
the Nazis invade France.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Saturday Mash-Up!
9.00am CBBC, iPlayer
Hacker the Dog leads another
circus of live entertainment,
welcoming vlogger Houssein
and the cast of So Awkward
into the madness. Plus, Hacker
meets Jodie Whittaker. JS
Saturday Television
Albert: the Power
Behind Victoria
Who in 2008 playing the same character.
His other TV credits include Rosemary
and Thyme, The Bill, Holby City and
Waterloo Road, and when asked what
made him want to become an actor, he
amusingly cited ?at ?rst, a desperate need
for attention. Later, a love of telling stories
that change the way people think. And a
desperate need for attention.? He has also
said he?d love ?a professional crack at
Macbeth? on the stage. FRANCES TAYLOR
BEST LIVE SPORT
9.25pm BBC1
DRAMA This black comedy is like
the bitterest dark chocolate, and
becomes more chilling now that
Eve (Sandra Oh) is on the trail of
assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer).
They are in Berlin, where Villanelle?s
latest victim, a Chinese hacker,
meets a nasty end while undergoing
a procedure at a sex fetish clinic.
Yes, nothing is ever straightforward
with Villanelle, who chooses the
most outr� and bleakly imaginative
ways of bumping off her victims.
Her pursuers, Eve and her
colleague and great friend Bill
(David Haig), share some warmly
funny moments as Bill lets drop
a few incendiary details about his
private life before they go to work.
The episode has some terri?c
characters, including a ?irtatious
Chinese attach� who takes a shine
to Eve, and a delighted, baf?ed
American tour guide who falls into
Villanelle?s orbit. But the tone
changes dramatically as the killer
locks on to her next target. AG
? Cycling: Road World
Championships, elite women?s
road race 11am BBC red button;
2pm BBC1; 4pm BBC2
Dani Rowe is part of the Great
Britain team competing in Austria.
? Ryder Cup, day two 6.30am
Sky Ryder Cup/Main Event;
8.30pm (highlights) BBC2
? Premier League Football:
Chelsea v Liverpool 5pm
(k/o 5.30pm) BT Sport 1
q FILM OF THE DAY
Despicable Me
3.55pm ITV2
Wonderfully inventive
animated comedy featuring
the voice of Steve Carell.
See page 39
ALAMY; REX
He?s portraying the rather regal title role
of Albert: the Power behind Victoria
(8.35pm Channel 5), but the Welsh star?s
breakthrough, and the part he is still best
known for, is fan favourite Ianto Jones in
BBC?s Torchwood (2006?9).
In an interview earlier this year, the
37-year-old said the Doctor Who spin-off
?will always be the turning point in
my career and life in general?. He also
appeared in a couple of episodes of Doctor
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DAYTIME
BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Babita Sharma, Charlie Stayt. (S) (HD)
10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live The Hairy Bikers host
the show, with guest Tony Hadley and chefs Jack
Stein and Pip Lacey. Olly Smith selects the wine. (S) (HD)
Television Saturday
2 BBC RED BUTTON 11.00am?2.30pm Cycling Live coverage
of the elite women?s race at the Road World Championships in
Innsbruck, Austria, also available at bbc.co.uk/sport until 4.10pm
11.30 Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well An Asian?avoured beef shin with papaya salad. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12 noon Football Focus With Dan Walker. (S) (HD)
1.00pm BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
1.15 Bargain Hunt From Oswestry. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00?4.00 LIVE Cycling The latter stages of the
elite women?s road race at the Road World
Championships, in the Alps around Innsbruck in Austria.
Presented by Jill Douglas. Continues 4pm BBC2. (S) (HD)
BBC2
Killing Eve 9.25pm
Bill and Eve follow
Villanelle?s
murderous trail to
Berlin ? but the trip
does not end well
Golf: Ryder Cup
8.30pm Europe
will be hoping
Justin Rose can
maintain his
imperious form
4.00pm Final Score
Jason Mohammad presents the classi?ed results.
Director Kelly Faulkner; Editor Ben North (S) (HD)
5.20 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
5.40 Pointless Celebrities
2 BBC RED BUTTON 2.30?5.30pm Final Score
edition celebrating yesterday?s BBC Music
aInDay,anDJs
and singers Shaun Keaveny, Lianne La
BBC2
Havas, Ella Eyre, Clara Amfo, Suzy Klein, Lesley
Garrett, Amy Macdonald and Chris Hawkins see how
many low notes they can hit. Alexander Armstrong
and Richard Osman present. See page 52. (S) (HD)
The latest football scores, also available at bbc.co.uk/sport
6.30am Top Class First shown on CBBC (S) (HD) 7.00
Marrying Mum and Dad First shown on CBBC (S) (HD) 7.30
All Over the Place: Europe First shown on CBBC (S) (HD) 8.00
The Dengineers First shown on CBBC (S) (HD) 8.30 Absolute
Genius with Dick and Dom First shown on CBBC (S) (HD)
9.00 Planet Dinosaur A look at the argentinosaurus,
the largest dinosaur ever discovered. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.30 Elephant Diaries The six orphaned elephants
arrive at their release site in northern Tsavo. (R) (S)
10.00 The Animal?s Guide to Britain Wildlife expert
Chris Packham examines wooded areas. (R) (S) (AD)
11.00 The Monkey-Eating Eagle of the Orinoco
Natural World documentary following a harpy eagle
from birth to adulthood. (R) (S) (HD)
12 noon The Incredible Spice Men A goat?s cheese,
red onion and caraway seed tart. (R) (S) (HD)
12.30pm Great British Menu The three North West
chefs prepare their starters. Shown last Mon
1.00 The trio cook the ?sh dishes. Shown last Tue
1.30 The main courses are served. Shown last Wed (S) (HD)
2BBC SPORT ONLINE 1.00?2.35 Canoeing Coverage of
the Canoe Slalom World Championships at bbc.co.uk/sport
2.00 Tom Kerridge?s Proper Pub Food Smoked
haddock and parmesan omelette. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.30 Scrappers: back in the Yard Terry dreams
of buying a car-shredding machine. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00?4.00 Saving Lives at Sea 7/10 Series 3
A capsized boat is spotted. Shown last Tuesday (S) (AD) (HD)
2 BBC SPORT ONLINE 3.00?7.00 Triathlon Coverage
of the Super League Triathlon at bbc.co.uk/sport
ITV
6.00am CITV See page 59 9.25 News (S)
9.30 James Martin?s Saturday Morning The host
is joined by This Morning?s Alison Hammond, chef Jun
Tanaka and mindreading duo DNA. (S) (HD)
11.40 The Martin Lewis Money Show: Christmas
Countdown Festive bargains. Shown last Tuesday (S) (HD)
12.50pm The Island Strait The holiday season is in
full swing. Shown yesterday (S) (AD) (HD)
1.20 The X Factor The audition rounds continue at
Wembley Arena. Shown last Sunday (S) (HD)
2.20 ITV News Weather; Regional Weather (S)
2.30 WOS Wrestling 10/10. The WOS Male Champion is
called on to defend his title. Rptd tomorrow 12.15pm (S) (AD) (HD)
3.30?4.30 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars With Denise
Van Outen, Harry Redknapp and Audley Harrison. (R) (S) (HD)
Channel 4
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BBC1
6.10am The King of Queens Two episodes. (R) (S)
7.05 Everybody Loves Raymond Double bill. (R) (S)
8.00 Frasier Three episodes of the sitcom. (R) (S) (AD)
9.30 The Big Bang Theory Triple bill. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
10.55 The Simpsons Bart joins the junior campers.
11.25 Homer and Marge seek a better life. (R) (S) (AD)
11.55 Come Dine with Me There?s a Nigerian night
among the soir閑s in east London and Essex. (R) (S) (HD)
12.55pm Four in a Bed From Hampshire, Powys,
East Ayrshire and the Scottish Borders. (R) (S) (HD)
3.25?4.30 The People?s Vet Featuring a German
shepherd with a life-threatening illness. (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Strictly Come Dancing
2/13. The pressure heats up for the couples as
they hurl themselves into their second dance,
after just one week of rehearsal. Tonight the
viewers get in on the act by voting for their
favourite couples and one of the partnerships will
face the ignominy of being the ?rst to sashay out of
the series. Darcey, Bruno, Craig and Shirley will also
be holding forth on who is showing signs of the right
chemistry and who needs to improve their
teamwork. Presented by Tess Daly and Claudia
Winkleman. Results tomorrow 7.15pm. See page 52.
a
m
Series producer Robin Lee-Perrella; Exec producer Louise Rainbow (S) (HD)
RT DVDs To order Strictly Come Dancing: Tess and Craig?s Night In for
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Ann Widdecombe?s viewpoint: p9; Strictly diaries: p33
8.35 Casualty
and lies emerge when Iain and Ruby
aSecrets
tend to a woman in labour who?s been involved
in a car crash while rushing to hospital. See p52.
Ruby Spark
Maddy Hill Robyn Miller
Amanda Henderson
Iain Dean
Michael Stevenson David Hide
Jason Durr
Lisa ?Duffy? Duf?n
Cathy Shipton Bill Crowthers
Clive Wood
Charlie Fairhead
Derek Thompson Jan Jenning
Di Botcher
Louise Tyler
Azuka Oforka Jamila Vani
Sujaya Dasgupta
Alicia Munroe
Chelsea Halfpenny Lia Faulks
Michelle Asante
Rashid Masum
Neet Mohan Siobhan Elms
Jennifer Nicholas
Gem Dean
Rebecca Ryan Rachael Crowthers Jennifer Hulman
Ethan Hardy
George Rainsford Sal Faulks
Hainsley Lloyd Bennett
Connie Beauchamp Amanda Mealing Elijah Faulks
Inathi Rozani
Elle Gardner
Jaye Grif?ths DJ
Zak Sutcliffe
4.00pm Cycling
Live coverage of the ?nal stages of the elite women?s
race at the Road World Championships in Innsbruck.
The Dutch team is expected to dominate, while British
hopes could rest with Dani Rowe, who won bronze
at the Commonwealth Games in April. Jill Douglas
presents, with commentary from Simon Brotherton,
Chris Boardman and Rochelle Gilmore. (S) (HD)
4.55 Trust Me, I?m a Doctor
4/6 Series 8. Michael Mosley ?nds out if singing
can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain.
Shown last Wednesday (S) (HD)
5.25 Monkman and Seagull?s Genius
Guide to Britain
2/4. Wales. Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull sail
across Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
Shown last Monday (S) (HD)
5.55 Dad?s Army
Too Old. In the last-ever episode of the
aNever
wartime comedy, Lance Corporal Jones decides
to make an honest woman of Mrs Fox. See page 52.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry; Director David Lilley
Producer David Croft (R) (S)
6.30 South Korea: Earth?s Hidden
Wilderness
Documentary exploring the country?s rural areas,
featuring footage of dolphins swimming alongside
conch divers in the volcanic islands of Jeju, a
falconer ?ying a goshawk in the mountainous
forests, and raccoon dogs hunting for cicadas that
only emerge from underground every ?ve years.
Director James Reed; Producers Ji Yun Lee, Kye Young Kim (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Princess Margaret: the Rebel Royal
2/2. The second half of this royal portrait ?nds
Princess Margaret and her new husband Antony
Armstrong-Jones caught up in the social whirl of
the Swinging Sixties, performing royal duties by day
and dining out with movie stars by night. But her
privileged lifestyle came in for criticism during harsh
economic times, and divorce followed in 1978.
Writer Jon Sen; Producer Carol Harding
Director Alex Jacob (S) (AD) (HD)
Director/Producer Hannah Berryman Signed repeat Fri 12.30am (R) (S) (HD)
9.25 Killing Eve
The key shots from Le Golf National near Paris
where the top players from Europe and the United
States competed on the second day?s play in golf?s
most prestigious team event, featuring foursomes
and fourballs. Presented by Eilidh Barbour, with
commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew
Cotter and Ned Michaels. (S) (HD)
8.30 Golf: Ryder Cup
3/8. Don?t I Know You? When Villanelle kills a
Chinese government agent in Berlin, Eve and Bill
travel out to investigate. Villanelle enjoys the cat-andmouse nature of their proximity. However, as they
draw closer to their prey, Eve is taught in brutal fashion
that it is much more than a game. See page 53.
The complete series is available online at
bbc.co.uk/bbcthree and iPlayer.
a
Eve Polastri
Sandra Oh
Villanelle
Jodie Comer
Carolyn Martens
Fiona Shaw
Konstantin Vasiliev
Kim Bodnia
Kenny Stowton
Sean Delaney
Elena Felton
Kirby Howell-Baptiste
Niko Polastri
Bill Pargrave
Jin Yeong
Zhang Wu
Weber
Owen McDonnell
David Haig
Lobo Chan
Simon Chin
Anatole Taubman
Adapted by Phoebe Waller-Bridge; Producer Colin Wratten
Director Jon East Rptd Friday 11.50pm (S) (AD) (HD)
10.10 BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
Followed by National Lottery Update (S)
10.30 Match of the Day
Highlights of the latest Premier League matches,
including Chelsea v Liverpool and West Ham United
v Manchester United. Gary Lineker presents.
Director Sarah Williams; Editor Richard Hughes
Repeated tomorrow 8.25am (S) (HD)
12 midnight The NFL Show Including highlights of Los
Angeles Rams v Minnesota Vikings. (S) (HD)
12.30am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
12.35?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
10.30 Live at the Apollo
Dane Baptiste presents stand-up comedy, introducing
sets by Desiree Burch and Chris McCausland.
Director Paul Wheeler; Series producer Anthony Caveney (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Later Weekend...with Jools Holland
1/7. In an extended edition, serial chart topper Jess
Glynne performs tracks from her new album Always
in Between, and punk ?ve-piece Idles showcase their
second LP Joy as an Act of Resistance. Also on the
bill are veteran singer/songwriter Ralph McTell,
re-formed synthpop duo Soft Cell and 19-year-old
Brooklyn songstress King Princess. (Revised rpt) (S) (HD)
12.05am Gareth Malone?s All Star Music Quiz The
choirmaster presents his own quiz. Shown last Thursday (S) (HD)
12.35 Department Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes ???
Thriller starring Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Fares Fares. A jaded
detective who is assigned to a department of cold cases
investigates the disappearance of a female politician. Danish,
Swedish, Arabic +subtitles. Director Mikkel Norgaard (2013, 15) (W) (HD)
2.05?3.00am Trust 3/10. J Paul Getty?s refusal to pay has
signi?cant consequences. Shown last Wednesday (S) (AD) (HD)
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ITV
Channel 4
Harry Potter and
the Goblet of
Fire 5.55pm The
three friends learn
that dark forces are
being unleashed
Lucy 9.00pm
A young American
student is forced
to experience a
mind-blowing
metamorphosis
4.30pm The Chase
5.30 ITV News Weather (S)
5.45 Regional News Weather (S)
5.55 Harry Potter and the Goblet of
Fire ????
fourth instalment of JK Rowling?s
qThe
fantasy adventure series. Dif?cult times lie
ahead for Harry Potter. He is forced to risk his
life after being mysteriously entered into the
Triwizard Tournament, in which representatives
of three top schools compete in a series of
dangerous tasks. But when tragedy strikes,
Harry fears the worst. Could the evil Lord
Voldemort really have returned? Review p39.
Cedric Diggory Robert Pattinson
Fleur Delacour
Cl閙ence Po閟y
Rubeus Hagrid
Robbie Coltrane
Lord Voldemort
Ralph Fiennes
Draco Malfoy
Tom Felton
Lucius Malfoy
Jason Isaacs
Sirius Black
Gary Oldman
Prof Severus Snape Alan Rickman
Prof Minerva McGonagall Maggie Smith
Wormtail
Timothy Spall
Director Mike Newell (2005, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
8.35 The X Factor
With the auditions over, Robbie and Ayda
Williams, Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell
must now decide on the ?nal six acts they will
take through to their judge?s house, as the Six
Chair Challenge returns. Host Dermot O?Leary
comforts the performers, whether they have
won plaudits or suffered criticism. Continues
tomorrow at 8pm. See page 52.
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Series producers Ashley Whitehouse and James Lesell; Executive
producers Caroline Davies, Lee McNicholas and Iona Mackenzie
Repeated tomorrow 11.45am ITV2 and 1.30pm ITV (S) (HD)
10.05 The Jonathan Ross Show
Chewing the fat with Jonathan this
a5/12.
week are The Great British Bake Off judges
Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith and the show?s
presenters, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig.
One of the country?s fastest rising comedians,
Mo Gilligan, also guests, along with amiable
chart-topper Olly Murs. See page 53.
Series producer Tom Barrett; Executive producer Bea Ballard
Repeated Thursday 10.45pm (S) (HD)
Mystery Road
Jay resorts to
violence when he
tries to extract
a confession
Editor Mark Wilkin; Deputy editor Steve Aldous (S) (HD)
RT TRAVEL Visit radiotimes.com/f1holidays to see our
collection of incredible motorsport holidays
Producer Giles Badger; Series producer Jo Shinner
Repeated 1.40am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
7.00 Britain at Low Tide
2/3. Cats have adapted to the
challenges of life in almost every
environment on Earth. The acrobatic
margay leaps through the trees in the
rainforests of central America, while
on a remote beach a pregnant jaguar
awaits the arrival of thousands of turtles.
4/6 Series 2. On a visit to the Severn estuary, Dr
Tori Herridge investigates who built a mysterious
ruin and why, before moving on to the site of
the medieval village of Sudbrook, which simply
disappeared into the sea. Looking into how
important the ferry crossing at Aust was during
the last century, she is shown a photograph of
one of its famous passengers ? Bob Dylan. The
palaeobiologist also sets about exploring the ?rst
attempt to build a tunnel underneath the Severn.
Director Catherine Abbott
Series producer Michael Waterhouse (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 Britain?s Most Historic Towns
1/6. Professor Alice Roberts explores key periods
in our history by delving into the secrets of a town
that encapsulates the era. She starts off by
travelling back to Roman Britain to investigate
the story of Chester. While there, Alice enjoys
an authentic Roman feast, heads underground
to look at an extraordinary archaeological ?nd
and explores a radical theory regarding the
Romans? plans for the development of Chester.
Series producer Dominic Ozanne
Executive producer Dominic Bowles (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Lucy ???
Action adventure starring Scarlett Johansson
and Morgan Freeman. Lucy, an American
student in Taiwan, is persuaded by her new
boyfriend to take a briefcase to the hotel room
of a Mr Jang. But Jang is really a vicious crime
boss, who forces Lucy to become a mule for an
experimental drug that?s bagged up and hidden
inside her abdomen. However, when the bag
leaks, Lucy undergoes a transformation of
mind-blowing proportions... Review page 39.
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11.30 Hellboy II: the Golden Army
???? Horror fantasy adventure.
10.45 Non-Stop ???
Pierre Del Rio
Amr Waked
Richard
Pilou Asbaek
Caroline
Analeigh Tipton
Jii
Nicolas Phongpheth
Director Luc Besson (2014, 15) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
thriller. Retired air marshal Bill Marks
qRenegade elf prince Nuada returns from exile qAction
is
on
a
transatlantic
?ight when he receives
determined to end the ancient truce between
Hellboy
Liz Sherman
Professor Broom
Tom Manning
Abe Sapien
Johann Krauss
Ron Perlman
Selma Blair
John Hurt
Jeffrey Tambor
Doug Jones
John Alexander
Johann Krauss
James Dodd
Seth MacFarlane (voice only)
Prince Nuada
Luke Goss
Princess Nuala
Anna Walton
King Balor
Roy Dotrice
a text message informing him that a passenger
will die every 20 minutes unless $150 million is
paid into an offshore account. It?s a race against
time to unmask the terrorist. Review page 39.
Bill Marks
Jen Summers
Nancy
Liam Neeson Gwen
Julianne Moore Zack
Michelle Dockery Tom
Lupita Nyong?o
Nate Parker
Scoot McNairy
Director Jaume Collet-Serra (2014, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
1.25am Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Long Lost Family Featuring two siblings who
hope to ful?l their mother?s dying wish. (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
3.50?6.00am Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
12.45am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
A visit to PJ?s Steakhouse in Queens, New York. (R) (S)
1.35 Experimental An attempt to ski uphill. (R) (S) (HD)
2.30 Hollyoaks Omnibus. Cast Tue/Fri (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
4.35 Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb A mismatched
kitchen and lounge. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
5.30 Buy It Now Marni and Ali propose a solution for
tackling the seemingly endless British rain. (R) (S) (HD)
5.55?6.05am Kirstie?s Vintage Gems Creating plates
to complement a 1930s-style dining room. (R) (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
+1 F?view13 F?sat121 Sky 204 Virgin 142 HD F?view104 Sky 138 Virgin 141
Director Guillermo del Toro (2008, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
BBC2
SCOTLAND
7.00pm Monkey Planet
Weather; Regional Weather (S)
humans and the people of the mystical realm.
But when Nuada arrives in New York to acquire
a magical crown that will give him control of the
fabled Golden Army, Hellboy and his colleagues in
the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense
?nd themselves in a battle to save the world.
4.00?5.20pm
Sportscene Results:
football scores
4.30pm Formula One: Russian Grand
Prix ? Qualifying Highlights
Highlights of the battle for pole position in Sochi.
Sebastian Vettel secured the honour in 2017 and
he could need to do it again if he wants to stay
in the race to catch Lewis Hamilton this year.
Steve Jones and David Coulthard present.
Highlights of the race are tomorrow 6.45pm.
1/3. Dr George McGavin explores the
world of primates, meeting an
orangutan who uses soap to ensure
she stays fragrant. He also encounters
baboons with a hunger for ?amingo
?esh and mandrills that wear
?uorescent war paint to do battle.
8.00 Big Cats
Producer Paul Williams; Series producer Gavin
Boyland Repeated 2.40am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Mystery Road
Chasing Ghosts. Jay and
a3/6.
Emma?s quest for the missing men
uncovers a drug connection. (S) (HD)
9.50 4/6. Silence. An apparent
breakthrough raises fresh questions,
but when Jay?s temper frays, Emma is
alarmed. See page 53. (S) (HD)
Jay Swan
Emma James
Kerry Thompson
Tony Ballantyne
Larry Dime
Shevorne Shields
Crystal Swan
Keith Groves
Mary Swan
Constable Ryan Muller
Constable David Sharma
Eric Hoffman
Genevieve Leclaire
Cedric Thompson
Dot
Travis James
Liz Rutherford
Regional
variations
BBC1
SCOTLAND
9.00/9.50pm
Lucy
Scarlett Johansson
Professor Norman Morgan Freeman
Mr Jang
Choi Min-sik
The Limey
Julian Rhind-Tutt
11.10 ITV News
9
Aaron Pedersen
Judy Davis
Deborah Mailman
Colin Friels
Wayne Blair
Tasia Zalar
Madeleine Madden
Ernie Dingo
Tasma Walton
Anthony Hayes
Rohan Mirchandaney
Benjamin Hoetjes
Jessica Falkholt
Meyne Wyatt
Ningali Lawford
John Waters
Kris McQuade
10.40 Inside No 9
1/6 Series 1. Sardines. As the friends
of a couple gather to celebrate their
engagement, what?s going on in their
cluttered bedroom? (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
11.10 2/6. A Quiet Night In. Gerald
owns a beautiful house full of beautiful
things. However, they are just the kind
of valuables that could become the
target for an audacious robbery.
4.55pm The
Beechgrove Garden:
the team visits Callander
5.25 Grand Tours of
Scotland?s Lochs: the
ancient oak woods of
Loch Sunart 5.55
Great British Menu:
the two remaining
North West chefs try
to impress the judges
6.25 Gareth Malone?s
All Star Music Quiz
6.55?7.30 Dad?s Army
STV
1.25am Home
Shopping 3.25 Long
Lost Family: a
64-year-old woman
hopes to be reunited
with her daughter
4.15?6.00 Nightscreen
BBC2 WALES
6.30pm Gareth Malone?s
All Star Music Quiz
7.00 Great British
Menu 7.30?8.30
Gardeners? World: the
RHS garden at Wisley,
Surrey 10.30 Rhondda
Rebel: the remarkable
life of suffragette Lady
Rhondda 11.20 Later
Weekend...with Jools
Holland 12.25?12.35
Coast
Saturday Television
Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants unite
to pit their wits against ?endish quiz genius the
Chaser in pursuit of a big cash prize. (R) (S) (HD)
Harry Potter
Daniel Radcliffe
Ron Weasley
Rupert Grint
Hermione Granger Emma Watson
Prof Albus Dumbledore
Michael Gambon
Alastor ?Mad-Eye? Moody
Brendan Gleeson
Viktor Krum
Stanislav Ianevski
Cho Chang
Katie Leung
Neville Longbottom Matthew Lewis
BBC4
BBC1
NORTHERN
IRELAND
4.00?5.20pm Final
Score: including Final
Score from Northern
Ireland at 5.10
BBC2
NORTHERN
IRELAND
5.55pm Coast Lives
6.00?6.30 Home
Ground
UTV
1.25am Shopping
2.55?3.00 Nightscreen
Writers Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton
Director David Kerr; Producer Adam Tandy
(R) (S) (AD) (HD)
11.40 Top of the Pops 1986
Performances by Spitting Image, Billy
Ocean, Falco and Whitney Houston.
Shown last Thursday (S)
12.10am With Jaki Graham, Billy
Ocean, Simply Red and the B-52s.
Shown yesterday (S)
12.40 Roots, Reggae, Rebellion British
rapper, poet and political commentator Akala
tells the story of roots reggae. (R) (S) (HD)
1.40 Monkey Planet Shown 7pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.40?3.40am Big Cats Shown 8pm (S) (AD) (HD)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
Channel 5 listings are overleaf
plus 34 more Freeview channels
a RT Choice
m Family viewing
2 Red button coverage
(R) Repeat
(S) Subtitles
(SL) Signing
(AD) Audio description
(HD) High de?nition
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SATURDAY Freeview
Channel 5
5
Television Saturday
Albert: the Power behind Victoria
8.35pm A look at the consort?s role
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 59
10.00 New. Rise of the Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles The Foot Clan create an
army of warriors out of origami. (S) (HD)
10.20 The team tries to recover a
repossessed moon buggy. (S) (HD)
10.35 Cruising with Jane McDonald
From Miami to Puerto Rico. (S) (HD)
10.45 The Wonderful World of Puppies
The development of puppies? senses. (S) (HD)
11.35 Police Interceptors A speeding
driver is clocked at over 140mph.
12.30pm Mike encounters a drunk driver.
1.30 Sarah has a communication
meltdown with a Mercedes driver. (S) (HD)
2.30pm King Kong ????
Period fantasy. Intrepid moviemakers set off on an expedition to
the fabled Skull Island, unaware that the
place is also home to an enormous ape.
q
Ann Darrow
Carl Denham
Jack Driscoll
Captain Englehorn
Preston
Naomi Watts
Jack Black
Adrien Brody
Thomas Kretschmann
Colin Hanks
ITV2
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Bond (Daniel Craig) seeks revenge
and Veronique are in grave danger
and Lady Connie embark on an affair
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.10 You?ve Been Framed! Gold
(S) 6.35 Emmerdale: omnibus (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
9.05 Coronation Street: omnibus (S) (AD) (HD)
12 noon The X Factor Shown last Sunday ITV
(S) (HD) 1.05pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold (S)
2.05 FILM The Flintstones in Viva Rock
Vegas ??? Comedy starring Mark Addy (S)
(AD) (W) (HD) 3.55 FILM Despicable Me
???? Animated comedy featuring the voice
of Steve Carell. Film of the Day: page 39 (S)
(AD) (W) (HD) 5.50 FILM Yes Man ???
Comedy starring Jim Carrey (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Murder, She Wrote (S) (SL)
8.55 Columbo Goes to the Guillotine (S) (HD)
10.55 FILM Carry On Camping ???
Comedy starring Sidney James, Kenneth
Williams and Joan Sims. Sid Boggle and
Bernie Lugg decide to take their girlfriends
on a holiday to Paradise Camp (S) (AD) (W)
12.50pm Agatha Christie?s Poirot: three
feature-length mysteries (S) (HD)
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
7.45pm Quantum of Solace ???
adventure starring Daniel Craig.
q Spy
Following betrayal by his lover, secret
agent James Bond embarks upon a
globe-trotting mission to discover the
truth. Soon, he comes into contact with
the shadowy Quantum organisation,
whose intentions are decidedly sinister...
English, Spanish, Italian, French +subtitles.
James Bond
Camille
Dominic Greene
M
Rene Mathis
Daniel Craig
Olga Kurylenko
Mathieu Amalric
Judi Dench
Giancarlo Giannini
10.00 Celebrity Juice
2/2. Michael leaves Pyongyang, and is
put under the protection of armed
guards as he?s shown the Joint Security
Area on the border with South Korea.
Series producer/director Neil Ferguson
First shown last Thursday (S) (HD)
8.30 5 News (S) (HD)
8.35 New. Albert: the Power
behind Victoria
Drama-documentary exploring how
a young German prince rose from
obscurity to become one of the most
powerful men in the world as the husband
of Queen Victoria. See page 53.
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Writer/Director Paul Olding
Executive producer Jeff Anderson (S) (HD)
10.40 Queen Victoria and Her
Tragic Family
A look at the life of the monarch after
the death of her husband, Albert.
11.40 As Victoria struggled with her
responsibilities, she increasingly locked
herself away from the public gaze.
12.35am The Queen?s later years
brought rumours about Louise?s affairs.
Directors/Producers Anna Williams and
Richard Sanders (S) (HD)
1.30 New. SuperCasino (S) (HD) 3.10 Hunted
and Confronted: Rogues and Raids (S) (HD)
4.00 Walking Britain?s Lost Railways 2/6
First shown yesterday (S) (HD) 4.45 Wildlife
SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor (S) (SL)
5.35?6.00am Great Scientists (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
5 Select For listings see opposite page
BBC4 listings are overleaf
3/12. Jonathan Ross, Kate Nash and
Rylan Clark-Neal join in the fun on the
cheeky game show. Keith Lemon hosts.
Shown last Thursday (S) (HD)
10.50 Family Guy
Series 3. Peter becomes the president of a
cigarette company that uses toy products
to promote smoking among children.
11.20 Lois shows Meg how to have fun
during the spring break, while Peter
rashly takes out a loan and buys a boat.
11.50 Stewie is horrified when Peter and
Lois decide to have another baby. (S) (AD) (HD)
6.55pm Lewis
Music to Die For. Two Oxford dons, Cole
and Helm, are fascinated by underworld
boxing bouts. One of their students, Jack
Roth, is the winner of such a fight, so
when Cole is found dead, suspicion turns
to a number of underworld connections.
Cheryl Campbell guest-stars. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Endeavour
2/6 Series 5. Cartouche. Hollywood stars
descend on Oxford to film a new horror
movie, but the terror is all too real when
the organist at a cinema hosting an event
for the cast is murdered. (S) (AD) (HD)
DS Endeavour Morse
DCI Fred Thursday
Chief Supt Reginald Bright
Dr Max DeBryn
DS Jim Strange
WPC Shirley Trewlove
DC George Fancy
Charlie Thursday
Win Thursday
Carol Thursday
Veronique Carlton
Jason Curwen
Shaun Evans
Roger Allam
Anton Lesser
James Bradshaw
Sean Rigby
Dakota Blue Richards
Lewis Peek
Phil Daniels
Caroline O?Neill
Emma Rigby
Betty Denville
Steven Flynn
BBC News Freeview 231 Freesat 212 Sky 503 Virgin 601 Sky News Freeview 233 Freesat 202 Sky 501 Virgin 602
7.00 New. Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye
14/19 Series 3. Who Wants to Be a
Millionaire? When a plane is downed, a
cargo of drugs and cash is found on board,
prompting the team to look into the
possibility of a terrorist plot. Meanwhile,
Randy goes on a date with a deaf woman.
First shown on Universal (S)
8.00 Father Brown
5/10 Series 4. The Daughter of Autolycus
The master criminal Flambeau
attempts to enlist Father Brown?s help
in a plot to steal the Queen?s coronation
gift from the Pope. (S) (AD)
9.00 Lady Chatterley?s Lover
1/2. Dramatisation of DH Lawrence?s
novel. Connie grows weary from looking
after her husband, who was paralysed in
the First World War, and finds herself
drawn to the handsome servant Mellors. (S)
10.10 2/2. With her marriage crumbling,
Connie accepts an invitation to stay at her
father?s seaside residence, but will she
fulfill her promise of spending one more
night with Mellors before she leaves? (S)
family by becoming a courtesan, wins her
lover in a poetry contest. Review page 39.
4/4 Series 7. The Blanket Mire. When
the body of a missing 18-year-old is found
buried on the Northumberland moors,
DCI Vera Stanhope has to delve into the
life and secrets of the victim. (S) (AD) (HD)
ITVBe
1.15am Better Late than Never: the guys bond
over a camp?re (S) (HD) 2.05 The Americans (S)
(AD) (HD) 2.55?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
3/6 Series 1. Fingers. Believing their son
has been taken by the Mafia, the owners
of a Tuscan inn hire Hetty to get him back.
11.00 Vera
ITV4
F?view 24 F?sat 117 Sky 120 Virgin 118 HD Virgin 178
6.00am Football?s Greatest: Johan Cruyff (S)
6.15 The Avengers (S) (SL) (HD) 7.05 Pawn
Stars (S) 8.25 Motorsport UK (S) (HD) 9.30
New. Racing: the Opening Show (S) (HD) 10.30
Goals of the 70s (HD) 10.40 Pawn Stars (S) (HD)
1.30pm LIVE Racing: starts from Newmarket
at 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.40 and Haydock
Park at 2.05 and 3.15 (S) (HD) 4.00 FILM
Tobruk ??? War adventure (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
6.10pm Made in Britain A look behind the
scenes at British brands. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.15 FILM Police Academy 2: Their First
Assignment ? Comedy sequel starring
Steve Guttenberg. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
9.00 FILM Rocky V ?? Boxing drama
written by and starring Sylvester Stallone.
Rocky is forced to move back to his old
neighbourhood. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
11.10 FILM Hard to Kill ??? Action
thriller starring Steven Seagal, Kelly LeBrock
and Bill Sadler. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
6.00pm Hetty Wainthropp
Investigates
11.25 Dangerous Beauty ???
1.00am On the Buses: double bill (S) (SL)
1.55?2.30am Nightscreen (HD)
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7.10am Lovejoy (S) 11.00 Sharpe (S)
1.00pm Bramwell: four episodes
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12.20am American Dad! (S) (AD) (HD) 1.15
Through the Keyhole (S) (HD) 2.15 Totally
Bonkers Guinness World Records (S) (HD) 2.45
Shopping 5.45?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
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Lady Chatterley?s Lover 9.00pm Mellors
6.05 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away
7.35 Michael Palin in North Korea
Drama
Endeavour 9.00pm Film stars Jason
Director Marc Forster (2008, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
Series producer Anna Kelvie (S) (HD)
10
Quantum of Solace 7.45pm James
Director Peter Jackson (2005, 12) (S) (W) (HD)
Stewart and Elmor try to recover nearly
�000 owed to a ?rm of architects.
6.50 Stewart and Vic try to evict a
volatile tenant in Nottingham.
ITV3
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
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F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am Married to Medicine (HD) 9.55
The Millionaire Matchmaker (S) (HD) 10.50
Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco (HD)
11.50 The Only Way Is Essex (S) (HD)
12.55pm The Real Housewives of Cheshire
(S) (HD) 1.55 Absolutely Ascot (HD)
2.55 Dinner Date: triple bill (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date A Birmingham man
casts his eye over ?ve menus prepared by
a clutch of potential sweethearts.
7.00 Drue from Bristol chooses three
women to date, based entirely on the
dinner menus they have put together.
8.00 Sasha from London appraises menus
created by ?ve potential suitors. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Botched Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif
meets a mother-of-two who has to use
adhesive tape to hoist her breasts. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Bridezillas A bride struggles to keep
her temper in check when problems occur
with the ?owers and the groom. (HD)
11.00 Ibiza Weekender Craig?s advances
towards Amelia create tension. (S) (HD)
romance. In 16th-century Venice,
q Period
a woman, who has rescued her poor
Veronica Franco
Marco Venier
Maf?o Venier
Beatrice Venier
Domenico Venier
Catherine McCormack
Rufus Sewell
Oliver Platt
Moira Kelly
Fred Ward
Director Marshall Herskovitz (1997, 15) (W)
1.40am Waking the Dead (S) (AD)
2.10?4.00am Lovejoy (S)
Dave
12
F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
7.15am Ice Road Truckers (S) (HD)
8.00 American Pickers: four episodes (HD)
12 noon Deadly 60 (HD) 2.00pm Soapbox
Race 3.00 Top Gear (S) (AD) (HD) 5.00
Modern Wheels or Classic Steals (HD)
6.00pm Steve Backshall?s Extreme
River Challenge The naturalist travels down
the Baliem River in New Guinea.
7.00 Would I Lie to You?: The Unseen Bits
A compilation of unseen material. (S) (HD)
7.40 Would I Lie to You? With guest
panellists Carol Vorderman, Larry Lamb,
Jo Brand and Russell Howard. (S) (HD)
8.20 With Fern Britton, Stephen Mangan,
Ken Livingstone and Reginald D Hunter. (S)
9.00 Not Going Out 4/8 Series 6. Lee
poses as Lucy?s husband at a conference.
9.40 5/8. Lee tries to make Lucy jealous.
10.20 6/8. Lucy?s ?rst love turns up. (S) (HD)
11.00 Have I Got a Bit More Old News for
You With Tim Farron and Chris Kamara. (S) (HD)
12 midnight?12.55am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA (S)
12 midnight Mock the Week: three back-to-back
editions (S) 2.00am Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled
(S) (HD) 3.05?4.00am Ice Road Truckers (S) (HD)
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
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Beaches 6.25pm CC (Bette Midler)
is determined to make it as a singer
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Kirstie?s Handmade Treasures (S) (HD)
9.30 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun (S) (HD)
11.30 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Location, Location, Location (S)
(HD) 2.40 Come Dine with Me (S) (HD)
9.00am Home and Away: omnibus (S) 11.15
Cats Make You Laugh out Loud 11.45 FILM
Love You to Death ?? Crime thriller
1.35pm FILM *batteries not included ???
Sci-? fantasy. Review p42 3.45 FILM On a
Clear Day You Can See Forever ??? Musical
From Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset
and the Brecon Beacons. (S) (HD)
6.25pm Beaches ???
8.00 999: on the Frontline
basis of a 30-year friendship between two
girls from very different backgrounds.
9.00 Father Ted
7/10 Series 2. Dougal gives away the
parochial house while Ted is away. (S) (AD)
9.35 8/10. Ted makes a valiant effort to
give up cigarettes for Lent. (S) (AD)
10.05 Small, Far Away: the World of
Father Ted
Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews
visit locations used in Father Ted. (S) (HD)
CC Bloom
Hillary Whitney Essex
John Pierce
Dr Richard Milstein
Leona Bloom
Bette Midler
Barbara Hershey
John Heard
Spalding Gray
Lainie Kazan
Director Garry Marshall (1988, 12)
9.00 Stephen King?s Thinner ?
Horror starring Robert John Burke
and Joe Mantegna. Obese lawyer
Billy Halleck falls under a Gypsy curse.
q
Director Tom Holland (1996, 18)
11.10 Eight out of Ten Cats Does
Countdown
1.20 Father Ted (S) (AD) 2.20 Eight out of
Ten Cats Does Countdown (S) (HD)
3.20?4.00am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
More4 +1 Freeview 86 Freesat 125 Sky 236 Virgin 196
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F?view 28 F?sat 122 Sky 135 Virgin 106 HD Virgin 145
6.00am Couples Come Dine with Me
7.55 FILM Escape from Planet Earth ???
Animated sci-? comedy (W) 9.35 The
Goldbergs (AD) 11.35 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
2.00pm The Big Bang Theory: double bill
(AD) 3.00 The Great British Bake Off (AD)
4.15 The Great British Bake Off: an Extra
Slice (AD) 5.20 Extreme Cake Makers
5.30pm The Big Bang Theory 13/23
Series 3. Leonard and Sheldon?s ?at is burgled.
6.00 14/23. Sheldon takes a new job.
6.30 15/23. Leonard makes romantic plans.
7.00 16/23. Sheldon is imprisoned.
7.30 17/23. The gang squabbles.
8.00 18/23. Sheldon dreads making a speech.
8.30 24/24 Series 7. Howard is unable to
keep hold of a carer for his mother. (AD)
9.00 FILM A Good Day to Die Hard ??
Action thriller starring Bruce Willis. Tough cop
John McClane travels to Moscow to help his
estranged son, who has somehow become
embroiled in an assassination plot. English,
Russian +subtitles. Review page 44. (AD) (W)
10.55 Gogglebox Double bill. (AD)
starring Taraji P Henson and
q Thriller
Idris Elba. A mother tries to escape
the killer she invited into her home.
Director Sam Miller (2014, 15)
12.40am Arrow 1.35 Sleepy Hollow 2.30
Suits (S) (HD) 3.25 Gilmore Girls (S) 5.35?
6.00am Dogs Make You Laugh out Loud (S)
Pick
11
Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Nothing to Declare: seven editions (AD)
8.00 60-Minute Makeover 3.00pm Caught Red
Handed: double bill 4.30 Highway Cops: triple bill
6.00pm Motorway Patrol: double bill 7.00 Border
Security: America?s Front Line: double bill (AD)
8.00 Air Rescue: the work of staff with New South
Wales?s Westpac Helicopter Rescue service (AD)
9.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response (AD) 10.00 New
series. Golden State Killer: Unmasked: the hunt
for one of America?s most proli?c serial killers
12 midnight Send in the Dogs (AD)
1.00am Border Security: America?s Front Line
(AD) 2.00 Road Wars (AD) 3.00 Most Shocking
4.00?6.00am Highway Patrol
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
61
Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
1.00am Rude Tube 2.05 Gogglebox (AD) 3.00
Celebs Go Dating (AD) 3.55?6.00am Brooklyn
Nine-Nine: four back-to-back episodes (AD)
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the
Prairie 8.00 Highway to Heaven 9.00 Murder,
She Wrote: ten back-to-back episodes
7.00pm The New Avengers: double bill. A medium
predicts Steed will be framed for murder, then
Steed has to prevent a gang war 9.00 Taggart
10.30 FILM Held Hostage ??? Thriller
12.30am FILM Kidnapped: the Hannah
Anderson Story ?? 2.30?3.00am M*A*S*H
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
4seven
47
F?view 47 F?sat 127 Sky 137 Virgin 143 HD F?view 110
9.00am Extreme Cake Makers 11.30 The
Supervet (AD) 12.30pm The Secret Life of
the Zoo (AD) 1.30 The Simpsons (AD) 4.00
Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA (AD) 9.00
Gogglebox Ep 4 Series 12. The households?
opinions on recent TV (AD) 10.00 24 Hours in
A&E: cyclist Stephen has severely damaged
his ankle after coming off his bike (AD) 11.05
The Secret Life of the Zoo (AD) 12.10am The
Supervet (AD) 2.15 The Undateables (AD) 3.20
The Great British Bake Off: an Extra Slice (AD)
4.20?4.50am Jamie Cooks Italy (AD)
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5 Star
Horror Channel
70
Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
8.00am FILM Airplane vs Volcano ? Disaster
movie 9.50 Highlights 10.00 Under the Dome
3.00pm FILM Ghost Storm ?? Sci-? horror
4.50 FILM Polar Storm ? Sci-? action drama
6.40pm FILM AE: Apocalypse Earth ?? Sci-?
action thriller 8.30 Tales from the Darkside: a
young man claims to be Alan?s son 9.00 i FILM
Demonic ??? Supernatural horror starring
Frank Grillo 10.45 FILM The Serpent and the
Rainbow ??? Wes Craven?s zombie horror ?lm
12.40am FILM Stung ??? Comedy horror with
Matt O?Leary 2.25 FILM P2 ?? Horror thriller
with Wes Bentley 4.20?4.30am Highlights
30
Freeview 30 Freesat 131 Sky 128 Virgin 151
8.00am Two and a Half Men 8.50 My Wife
and Kids (S) 1.35pm i FILM Earth to Echo
??? Sci-? adventure. Review p39 (W) 3.25
FILM Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
??? Animated fantasy (W) 5.10 FILM Bill
& Ted?s Excellent Adventure ???? Comedy
starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter (W)
7.00pm FILM The Dukes of Hazzard ?
Action comedy based on the popular TV
series, starring Seann William Scott (W) 9.00
FILM Clash of the Titans ??? Remake of
the 1981 fantasy adventure, starring Sam
Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes
(W) 11.10 FILM Blitz ?? Crime thriller starring
Jason Statham and Paddy Considine (W)
1.05am Young, Dumb and Banged Up in the Sun
(S) (AD) 2.05 World?s Wildest Holidays
3.10?4.00am When Kids Kill (S) (AD)
5 Star +1 Freeview 55 Sky 228 Virgin 186
5 Spike
10.55 No Good Deed ??
With Jason Manford and Fay Ripley. (S) (HD)
12.15am Jessica Knappett guests. (S) (HD)
E4
In 1957, a chance meeting on
q Drama.
an Atlantic City beach forms the
12.50am CSI: NY: a student is killed (S) (AD) 1.50
Grimm: double bill (S) 3.50?4.00am Access
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12 midnight Criminals: Caught on Camera: double
bill (AD) 2.05?3.00am The Player
5 Spike +1 Sky 250
54
Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
9.00am Neighbours (S) (AD) 11.10 Alex
Polizzi?s Italian Islands (S) (AD) 12.10pm The
Hotel Inspector (S) 2.05 Britain by Bike with
Larry and George Lamb: four episodes (S)
6.00pm Britain by Bike with Larry and
George Lamb: double bill 5/6 Series 2. In
Northern Ireland, the duo cycle around
Stangford Lough (S) 7.00 6/6. The Hebridean
Cycle Way (S) 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet: Winter
on the Moors (S) (AD) 9.00 Rich House, Poor
House (S) 10.00 When Game Shows Go Horribly
Wrong (S) 1.00am Cruising with Jane McDonald (S)
2.00 Paddington Station 24/7 (S) 3.00?4.00am
Shrunken Heads of the Amazon (S)
CBS Action
8.30am The Key of David 9.00 Diagnosis
Murder: ?ve back-to-back episodes 2.00pm
NCIS: Los Angeles: ?ve back-to-back episodes
7.00 Mission: Impossible: double bill. The IMF go
after a physicist, then Cinnamon poses as a blind
heiress 9.00 NCIS: ?ve back-to-back episodes
1.50am FILM Braddock: Missing in Action III ?
Thriller starring Chuck Norris 3.50?6.00am JAG
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Freeview 71 (1-11pm) Freesat 134 Sky 147 Virgin 197
7.30am Tomorrow?s World 8.00 Home Shopping
9.00 Touched by an Angel 2.00pm It?s a Miracle
with Roma Downey 4.00 Judge Judy 9.00
Nowhere to Hide: with New York private
investigator Steven Rambam 10.00 Medium: two
episodes. Scanlon suffers from nightmares about
his late brother, then Allison investigates a murder
12 midnight Medium: three further episodes of
the drama series 3.00?6.00am Judge Judy
Travel
19
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
6.00am Journey?s End (S) 8.00 Walter?s
War (S) 9.00 David Starkey?s Monarchy (S)
(AD) 12 noon A Tale of Two Sisters (S) (AD)
1.00pm Murder Maps: six editions (S)
7.00 Love Songs at the BBC: including tracks
by Celine Dion, 10cc and Lionel Richie (S) 8.00
Easy Listening Hits at the BBC: featuring
Burt Bacharach, the Carpenters and Andy
Williams 9.00 Exotic Pop at the BBC:
featuring Demis Roussos, Vanessa Paradis
and Gheorghe Zam?r (S) 10.00 The Rolling
Stones at the BBC 11.00 World War Weird
12 midnight Secrets of the Bible: the real route of
the Exodus (S) 1.00?3.00am Secrets of the
Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom (S) (AD)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
Really
17
Freeview 17 Freesat 160 Sky 142 Virgin 129
6.00am Escape to the Country 7.00 Home
Shopping 8.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away
6.00pm Escape to the Country: double bill. A
couple search for a cottage in Herefordshire, then
Jonnie Irwin helps a couple looking for a property
in Cornwall 8.00 Into the Fire: the work of
?re?ghters (AD) 9.00 Helicopter ER 10.00
Charles Manson: the Final Words: interviews with
the cult leader and his former followers (AD)
12 midnight Nightwatch: Emergency after Dark
1.00am The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All
2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Norway Massacre
4.50?6.00am The Billion Pound Hotel
Home
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7.10am DIY SOS (AD) 8.00 Wanted Down Under
10.00 DIY SOS (AD) 12 noon Income Property
1.00pm My Dream Home: a couple seek a
spacious property near their family 2.00 Tiny
House, Big Living 4.00 Wanted Down Under
8.00pm Escape to the Country: double bill. The
hunt for a character cottage in rural Warwickshire,
then a couple seek a characterful country home
in the Peak District on a budget of �5,000
10.00 DIY SOS: four back-to-back editions (AD)
12 midnight A Place in the Sun: Home or Away
2.00am Tiny House, Big Living: four back-to-back
editions 3.35?4.00am Britain?s Ugliest Rooms
Home +1 Sky 258 Virgin 282
Quest
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Freeview 37 Freesat 172 Sky 144 Virgin 172
HD Freeview 114 Freesat 167 Virgin 217
6.00am Paci?c Warriors (HD) 7.00 Deadliest
Catch (HD) 8.00 Wheeler Dealers (AD) (HD)
12 noon How It?s Made: four back-to-back editions
2.00pm Gold Rush (HD) 3.00 Combat Dealers
(HD) 4.00 Wings of War (HD) 5.00 Fifth Gear (HD)
6.00pm Wheeler Dealers (HD) 7.00 Salvage
Hunters: double bill. Drew Pritchard visits a
country house in Scotland, then a motorbike
museum with a unique history (HD) 9.00 New.
Football League: highlights of Shef?eld Wednesday
v Leeds United (HD) 10.45 How Sports Are Made (HD)
11.00 New. Marooned with Ed Stafford (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Disasters at Sea (HD) 1.00am
Wheeler Dealers (HD) 2.00 Chasing Classic Cars
(HD) 3.00 Destroyed in Seconds 4.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 5.00?6.00am Overhaulin? (HD)
Quest +1 F?view 83 (7pm?4am) F?sat 168 Sky 244 Virgin 173
Challenge
46
Freeview 46 Freesat 146 Sky 145 Virgin 139
39
Freeview 39 Freesat 137 Sky 148 Virgin 192
CBS Drama
Yesterday
Freeview 25 Freesat 166 Sky 158 Virgin 281
Freeview 31 Freesat 141 Sky 150 Virgin 154
9.00am Access 9.15 Police Interceptors
10.15 World?s Wildest Flights 11.20 World?s
Deadliest Weather: Caught on Camera
2.25pm The Virginian: Men from Shiloh
4.00 FILM A Lawless Street ?? Western
5.40 FILM The Bridge at Remagen ???
Second World War drama starring George
Segal, Robert Vaughn and Ben Gazzara
8.00 Secrets of the Nazi Occult 9.00
Hitler?s Death: a Secret Conspiracy 10.00
Fights, Camera, Action! 11.00 Under Attack
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The World of Father Ted 10.05pm
A man suffers three epileptic fits. (S) (HD)
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Freeview 21 Freesat 129 Sky 141 Virgin 153
9.00am Access 9.10 Catch a Contractor
9.30 CSI: Miami (S) 10.20 CSI: NY (S) 11.15
The Gourmet Detective (S) 1.00pm Columbo:
Etude in Black 3.05 NCIS (S) (AD) 5.00 The
NCIS Movie: Judgement Day (S) (AD)
7.00pm NCIS: New Orleans Series 2. Double
bill. An old friend of Pride wants him to breach
protocol, then a naval chef is severely injured
in a blast (S) (AD) 9.00 Law & Order: Criminal
Intent Series 8. Nichols calls on the help of a
forensic scientist he admires (S) 10.00 Law
& Order: Special Victims Unit: triple bill (S)
Ardal O?Hanlon and Frank Kelly
5.25pm Four in a Bed
5 USA
6.00am Golden Balls 7.00 Wheel of Fortune
10.00 Catchphrase 12 noon The Price Is Right:
comedian Joe Pasquale hosts the game show
2.00pm Family Fortunes 4.30 Lily Savage?s
Blankety Blank: double bill 6.00 Who Dares Wins
7.00 The Chase: Celebrity Special: with Anton Du
Beke, Denise Van Outen, Diane Abbott and Matt Le
Tissier 8.00 Pointless Celebrities: writers? edition
9.00 The Chase 10.00 Who Wants to Be a
Millionaire? (AD) 2.00am The Chase: Celebrity
Special 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Bullseye
5.00?6.00am The Chase Australia
Challenge +1 Freesat 147 Sky 245 Virgin 180
BBC
Parliament
232
Freeview 232 Freesat 201 Sky 504 Virgin 605
6.00am Political Highlights 10.15 Scottish First
Minister?s Questions 11.00 Scottish Parliament
3.30pm Welsh First Minister?s Questions 4.15
Welsh Assembly 6.00 Political Highlights 8.45
BOOKtalk 9.00 Labour Party Conference 2018: the
speech by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn 10.00
Brie?ngs 11.00?6.00am Political Highlights
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Miranda 9.00pm Stevie and
Miranda take to the stage
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The Story of Only Fools and
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Sky 106 Virgin 110 HD Virgin 109
Sky 108
Sky 107 Virgin 112 HD Virgin 111
Sky 109 Virgin 125 BT 311 HD Virgin 191 BT 383
Sky 110 BT 310 Virgin 124
6.00am Futurama (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Drone Racing League (HD)
10.00 New. Soccer AM: with John
Fendley, Lloyd Grif?th and Jimmy
Bullard (HD) 11.30 Solo: A Star Wars
Story: Special (HD) 12 noon Modern
Family (S) (HD) 3.00pm Soccer
Saturday (HD) 5.15 Premier League
Greatest Games (S) (HD) 5.30 Duck
Quacks Don?t Echo (HD)
6.00pm The Simpsons Marge
and Lisa turn a sad experience
into a Broadway show.
6.30 Marge impresses Fat Tony.
7.00 Grampa gets a hearing aid.
7.30 Marge decides to run for
mayor. (S) (HD)
8.00 S.W.A.T. 12/22. Hondo
tries to ?nd two men bent on
killing millions in Los Angeles. (HD)
9.00 Ocean?s Twelve ??
Action crime caper sequel
starring George Clooney and
Brad Pitt. Three years after their
original outing, Danny Ocean and
his crew must perform a bigger
heist. (S) (W) (HD)
11.25 A League of Their Own
5/8 Series 13. With Tracey Neville,
Mo Farah and Rob Beckett. (HD)
12.25am The Last Ship (HD) 2.10
Stan Lee?s Lucky Man (S) (AD) (HD)
4.00?6.00am Road Wars (S)
6.00am CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation (S) (HD) 10.00 Cold Case
(S) (HD) 1.00pm Without a Trace:
?ve back-to-back episodes (S) (HD)
6.00pm David Attenborough?s
Wild City Triple bill in which the
broadcaster examines the wildlife
of Singapore, showing the
diversity of the urban and hidden
environments of animals living in
the city-state. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Game of Thrones 9/10
Series 4. Jon and the men of the
Night?s Watch prepare to defend
the Wall. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 10/10. Jon tries to negotiate
a peace with Mance Rayder, but an
arrival changes the situation.
Tyrion receives a visit. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.10 Flight of the Conchords
7/12 Series 1. Bret and Jemaine go
to war with a fruit vendor and
Murray falls for the attractive
tech-support woman.
11.45 8/12. Jemaine and Bret pick
up women at a croissant shop. (S)
12.20am Last Week Tonight with
John Oliver (HD) 12.55 Big Little
Lies (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 Ballers (S)
(HD) 2.35 Insecure (S) (HD) 3.10
Cold Case (S) (HD) 4.05 CSI: Crime
Scene Investigation (HD)
5.00?6.00am Richard E Grant?s
Hotel Secrets (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00am The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Children?s Hospital (S) (AD)
(HD) 8.00 Air Ambulance ER (S)
(HD) 9.00 Highway Cops (S) (AD)
(HD) 10.00 Motorway Patrol (S) (HD)
12 noon Sun, Sea and A&E (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.00pm The Real A&E (S) (HD)
4.00 Customs UK (S) (HD)
5.00pm Nothing to Declare Six
episodes following the work of
customs of?cers in Australia. (S)
8.00 Send in the Dogs A cocker
spaniel helps its handler raid a
suspected drug den. (S)
9.00 Murders That Shocked
the Nation Author Fred Dinenage
talks about the time he spent with
the Kray twins. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Britain?s Most Evil Killers
A detective whose career was just
starting out in the 1980s discusses
investigating Peter Sutcliffe, the
Yorkshire Ripper, who murdered 13
women between 1975 and 1981. (S) (HD)
11.00 World?s Most Evil Killers
A criminologist?s pro?le of
Edmund Kemper, also known as
the ?Co-ed Butcher?. (S) (HD)
12 midnight Instinct (HD) 1.00am
For the People (S) (HD) 2.00 Criminal
Minds (S) (HD) 4.00 Motorway
Patrol (S) (HD) 5.00?6.00am Stop,
Search, Seize (S) (AD) (HD)
6.10am The Bill (S)
11.00 Tipping Point (S) (HD)
6.00pm Outnumbered Auntie
Angela visits when Grandad falls ill.
6.40 The children cause chaos
when Sue loses her car keys just
before the school run.
7.20 Pete gets embroiled in a jobthreatening controversy. (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 American Housewife
7/23. Katie and Greg get involved
in school politics. (HD)
8.30 8/23. Oliver takes dance
lessons, and needs dad?s help. (HD)
9.00 Miranda Things look up
for Miranda?s love life when she
?nds herself with two dates.
9.40 Stevie and Miranda compete
for the attention of waitress
Tamara, hoping to prove they
are better friend material.
10.20 Penny and Miranda are
taken into police custody and made
to see a therapist. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 The Ultimate Matchmaker
Lara and the team set out to ?nd
the perfect partners for dental
surgeon Moe and hurdler Julz. (HD)
12 midnight Stacey Dooley
Investigates: Coming Here Soon (S)
(HD) 1.00am The Girl with Seven
Mums (HD) 1.50?3.00am
The Call Centre (S) (HD)
7.20am The Piglet Files 8.15 A
Sharp Intake of Breath 9.25 Lucky
Feller 10.00 Only Fools and Horses:
six episodes (S) (AD) 4.55pm Still
Open All Hours (S) 5.35 The Story
of Only Fools and Horses (S) (AD)
6.35pm Only Fools and Horses
A retired jeweller offers Derek the
deal of a lifetime. (S) (AD)
7.45 Del jumps at the chance to
decorate a local restaurant to
make a quick pro?t. (S) (AD)
8.30 The Story of Only Fools
and Horses The colourful
characters who revolve around
Del and Rodney?s world. (S) (AD)
9.30 Still Open All Hours
Granville considers advertising
and opens a delivery point
for internet shopping. (S)
10.10 Granville is forced to take
extra security precautions and
Eric suffers a curious injury. (S)
10.45 Only Fools and Horses Del
and Rodney agree to let Grandad
accompany them on holiday ? a
decision they come to regret. (S) (AD)
11.25 Bottom Richie and Eddie?s
TV is repossessed. (S) (AD)
12 midnight Bottom Live: Weapons
Grade Y-Fronts Tour 2.10am Filthy,
Rich and Cat?ap 2.55?4.00am
The Tommy Cooper Hour
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Sky Atlantic +1 Sky 208
Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
W +1 Sky 209 Virgin 131
Gold +1 Sky 210 Virgin 190
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Murders That Shocked the
Nation 9.00pm Kray crimes
Sky 2
Syfy
TLC
Comedy Central
Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
Sky 123 Virgin 121
Sky 114 Virgin 135 BT 319 HD Virgin 165 BT 375
Sky 140 Virgin 167 BT 323 HD Virgin 168 BT 377
Sky 112 Virgin 132 BT 307 HD Virgin 181 BT 370
6.00am Music for Mercy (HD) 7.00
Tales of the Unexpected (S) (AD)
9.30 Vanessa Redgrave: the South
Bank Show Originals (S) (HD) 10.00
Trailblazers: Madchester (HD) 11.00
Music Videos That De?ned the 90s
(HD) 12 noon Mystery of the Lost
Paintings: triple bill (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00pm Hollywood in Vienna: the
Sound of Space and Alexandre
Desplat (HD) 5.00 Discovering:
Tina Turner (HD) 5.25 Joe Cocker:
Mad Dog with Soul (HD)
7.10pm Muse Live at Rome
Olympic Stadium The Devon rock
trio perform for more than 60,000
fans in the Italian capital, songs
include Uprising, Supermassive
Black Hole, Time Is Running Out
and Plug in Baby. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Lenny Kravitz: Just
Let Go ? Live Concert ?lm
following Lenny Kravitz on his 2014
European tour, giving an insight
into his creative process and the
staging and presentation of his
spectacular shows. (HD)
11.15 The Art of Drumming
A celebration of the style and
showmanship of some of music?s
most iconic performers, including
Cream?s Ginger Baker and Deep
Purple?s Ian Paice. (HD)
12.30am Video Killed the Radio
Star (HD) 1.00 Rock and Roll (S) (AD)
(HD) 2.30 Generation Grime: the
genre?s evolution (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
Discovering: Burt Lancaster (S) (AD)
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Discovering:
Henry Fonda (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00am It?s Me or the Dog (S) (AD)
11.00 Stargate SG-1: ?ve back-toback episodes (S) 4.00pm A Town
Called Eureka: double bill (S)
6.00pm A Town Called Eureka
1/20 Series 4. The townspeople
celebrate the 60th anniversary of
Eureka, and Jack, Jo, Allison,
Fargo and Henry use a machine to
go back to 1945 ? and unwittingly
alter the course of history.
7.00 2/20. As the Founders? Day
festivities continue, Carter tries to
adapt to the new time line and
fathom how Dr Grant ?ts into it.
8.00 3/20. Dr Isaac Parrish?s
feelings of being undervalued result
in everyone becoming infected
with dangerous levels of fury,
meaning no one is safe. (S)
9.00 A Discovery of Witches
3/8. Diana and Matthew?s
relationship moves forward, but
something is about to happen that
will put both in danger. (S)
10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 21/24
Series 5. Undercover agent Paul
Angelo, who has spent 18 months
investigating a proli?c smuggler,
is suspected of going rogue. (S)
11.00 22/24. The plans for a drone
are stolen, and the investigation
takes on a personal angle for
Sam when the lead engineer?s
daughter, a girl he guarded in
Saudi Arabia, disappears. (S)
12 midnight NCIS: Los Angeles:
three further episodes of the series
(S) 3.00?6.00am Supergirl (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 The Librarians
1.00pm FILM Lara Croft, Tomb
Raider: the Cradle of Life ? Action
adventure starring Angelina Jolie
3.30 FILM Matilda ????
Comedy fantasy starring Mara Wilson
5.30 FILM Willow ?? Fantasy
adventure starring Val Kilmer
8.00pm Sphere ???
Sci-? thriller starring Dustin
Hoffman and Sharon Stone.
A spaceship discovered 1,000 feet
below the Paci?c Ocean contains a
mysterious sphere that begins to
affect the minds of the US Navy
team sent to investigate.
10.50 Future Man 4/26. In the
wake of the disastrous attempt to
assassinate Dr Kronish, Tiger and
Wolf remove Josh from the mission.
11.30 Fright Night ???
Comedy horror remake
starring Colin Farrell, Anton
Yelchin and David Tennant. When
students start disappearing from
school, teenager Charley Brewster
suspects that new neighbour
Jerry has something to do with it.
His friend Ed believes that
vampires are responsible, so he
calls in self-proclaimed killer of
the undead, Peter Vincent, for help.
1.40am FILM King Arthur and
the Knights of the Round Table ??
Action fantasy 3.30 The Captains
Close Up (HD) 4.00?6.00am FILM
Almighty Thor ? Action fantasy
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Say Yes to the Dress 8.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD)
10.00 Say Yes to the Dress (HD)
2.00pm Cake Boss (AD) (HD)
7.00 Olivia and Alex Said Yes (AD)
(HD) 8.00 Outdaughtered: Busby
Quints (HD) 9.00 Baby Changes
Everything (HD) 10.00 My 150lbs
Tumour: Body Bizarre: a woman with
an enormous stomach growth (HD)
11.00 Olivia and Alex Said Yes (AD) (HD)
8.00am Impractical Jokers: four
episodes (S) (HD) 10.00 Friends: 20
back-to-back episodes (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00pm Impractical Jokers (S) (HD)
8.30 Impractical Jokers: inside
Jokes (HD) 9.00 Romesh
Ranganathan: Irrational Live: the
Bafta-nominated star with an
acerbic take on the world (HD)
10.00 FILM Scary Movie 3 ??
Horror spoof sequel starring Anna
Faris (S) (HD) 11.40 FILM Kevin
Hart: Let Me Explain ?? (S) (HD)
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12 midnight Outdaughtered: Busby
Quints (HD) 1.00am Baby Changes
Everything (HD) 2.00 My 150lbs
Tumour: Body Bizarre (HD) 3.00 Say
Yes to the Dress: double bill 4.00 Say
Yes to the Dress: Atlanta: double bill (HD)
5.00?6.00am Say Yes to the Dress (HD)
12.40am Joel and Nish vs the World
(HD) 1.40 Impractical Jokers (HD)
2.40 South Park (S) (HD) 3.05 Rick
and Morty (S) (HD) 3.30 The Cleveland
Show (S) (HD) 4.15?5.00am Scrubs (S)
TLC +1 Sky 240 Virgin 169
Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
Lifetime
Sony Crime
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Sky 164 Virgin 208 BT 329 HD Virgin 209 BT 384
Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 12 noon
Dance Moms (HD) 4.00pm The
Real Housewives of New Jersey (HD)
7.00 Property Brothers (HD) 8.00
Seatbelt Psychic: double bill 9.00
My Haunted House: a birthdayparty clown who took up residence
in a family?s home (HD) 10.00 My
Ghost Story: Caught on Camera:
investigators record some chilling
voices at a prison (HD) 11.00
Celebrity Ghost Stories UK (HD)
7.00am Snapped: nine editions
4.00pm The Glades: ?ve episodes.
A corpse is found at an altar 5.00
A high-school soccer coach is shot
dead 6.00 Human remains are
found in the stomach of a wild boar
7.00 A man is found dead at a beach
bar 8.00 A man is shot on a cruise
9.00 Deadly Women: triple bill. The
lethal actions some women will take
to secure love 10.00 The actions
some women take to gain ?nancial
bene?t 11.00 How jealousy and
alcohol proved a lethal mix
12 midnight My Haunted House (HD)
1.00am My Ghost Story: Caught on
Camera (HD) 2.00 Celebrity Ghost Stories
UK (HD) 3.00?4.00am Judge Judy (HD)
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
12 midnight Deadly Women
2.00?4.00am Fatal Attraction
Sony Crime +1 F?view 60 (9pm-6am) Sky 257
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Fun with Dick and Jane
8.00pm The Harpers check in
Universal TV
Sherlock 7.05pm Holmes
goes after a crazed bomber
Alibi
The Gifted 9.00pm Lorna and
Esme come under threat
Fox
Monster Tag 9.00pm Lindsey
Vonn heads out to sea
Discovery
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am CSI: Miami 12 noon NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 23/24 Series 9. The
investigators try to catch fugitive
terrorist Harper Dearing and
discover the motive behind his
arson attacks on US Navy vessels.
7.00 20/24 Series 7. An NCIS
polygraph specialist comes under
suspicion when a murder occurs
while he is moonlighting.
8.00 Fun with Dick and Jane ??
Crime comedy starring Jim
Carrey and T閍 Leoni as
successful suburban couple Dick
and Jane Harper. When Dick loses
his job after being made the
scapegoat for ?nancial
irregularities within his ?rm, he
and his wife realise that the only
way to maintain their af?uent
lifestyle is to turn to crime.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 2/22 Series 7. A
man?s trial for rape ends abruptly
when his accuser dies, prompting
further investigation that sheds
new light on the allegations.
11.00 3/22. Benson receives an
alarming call from a girl who
seems to have been abducted.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 2.00am Law & Order
3.00?5.00am Sea Patrol
7.10am The Doctor Blake Mysteries
(S) (HD) 9.00 Inspector George
Gently (S) (AD) (HD) 11.00 The Doctor
Blake Mysteries (S) (HD) 4.00pm
Inspector Alleyn Mysteries (S)
6.05pm Death in Paradise 5/8
Series 6. A man is murdered miles
out at sea ? and as the investigation
deepens, Humphrey and his team
are required to take their inquiry
all the way to London. (S) (HD)
7.05 Sherlock 3/3 Series 1. A
murder on a railway track, a clue in
an empty room, a blood-soaked car
and a priceless painting presage a
terrifying game of cat and mouse as
a crazed bomber pits his wits against
Holmes and Watson. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Inspector George Gently
2/4 Series 2. Gently and Bacchus
investigate the murder of a young
woman whose corpse is found in
a local church. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 New Tricks 2/10 Series 11
The team investigates the
unsolved death of a brilliant
young doctor. (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight 3/10. The team
reopens the investigation into a
terrorist?s death. (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00am Murdoch Mysteries
1.55?4.00am Judge John Deed:
the judge is exiled to Warwick (S) (AD)
8.00am NCIS (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00pm
NCIS: New Orleans (S) (HD) 3.00 Bull
(S) (HD) 4.00 The Mentalist (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Mentalist 24/24
Series 3. Jane uses Hightower?s as
bait in a sting operation intended to
trick Red John?s accomplice.
7.00 1/24 Series 4. Jane is taken
into custody after killing Carter,
the security guard who identi?ed
himself as serial killer Red John.
8.00 2/24. Patrick pits his old
team against his new work
colleagues in a challenge to solve
the murder of a fitness trainer. (S) (HD)
9.00 The Gifted 12/14. Dr
Campbell works to take his Hound
initiative nationwide at an
anti-mutant summit, and Polaris
learns more about her past. (S) (HD)
10.00 American Dad! Series 2
Stan is sent to Saudi Arabia. (S) (HD)
10.30 Stan enjoys the power of
living in a patriarchal culture. (S) (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 6. Brian,
Peter and Lois go on holiday. (S)
11.30 Brian?s long-lost son moves
in with the Grif?ns. (S)
12 midnight American Dad!:
double bill (S) (HD) 1.00am Family
Guy (S) 2.00 American Dad! (S) (HD)
3.00 Family Guy (S) 4.00?5.00am
American Dad!: double bill (S) (HD)
6.00am Wheeler Dealers (HD) 8.00
Fast ?n? Loud (AD) (HD) 12 noon
Shifting Gears with Aaron Kaufman
(HD) 1.00pm Gold Rush (HD) 3.00
Blowing Up History (AD) (HD)
6.00pm Incredible Engineering
Blunders: Fixed Investigating
gigantic potholes in Louisiana. (HD)
7.00 HMS Ark Royal The aircraft
carrier docks in Portsmouth for
the ?nal time. (AD) (HD)
8.00 New. Shark Week?s 30 Best
Bites A celebration of 30 years of
the biggest shark discoveries. (HD)
9.00 Monster Tag Top athletes
team up with scientists to learn
about the ocean?s top predators. (HD)
10.00 The 1980s: the Deadliest
Decade The case of Lisa Solomon,
whose body was discovered after
she was reported missing on
Christmas Eve 1987. (HD)
11.00 Jonestown Massacre: People
Magazine Investigates How the
utopia became a hell as its founder
spiralled into paranoia. (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Wheeler Dealers (HD)
1.00am Gold Rush (HD) 3.00
Kindig Customs (AD) (HD) 3.50
Supercar Superbuild (HD) 4.40
Wheeler Dealers (AD) (HD)
5.30?6.00am How It?s Made
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Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
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8.00am Space Mistakes: How
Nasa Failures Furthered Exploration
8.35 Fawn Identity 9.40 Henry
VIII: Mind of a Tyrant 1.50pm The
Last Days of Anne Boleyn 3.05
Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant
6.10pm Henry VIII: Mind of a
Tyrant How the king forged the
crown into an instrument of power
and changed the independent
nature of England for ever.
7.15 The Last Days of Anne
Boleyn Authors and historians,
including Hilary Mantel, Philippa
Gregory and David Starkey, examine
the evidence surrounding Anne
Boleyn?s journey to the executioner.
8.35 Hippo Supremacy
Following the life of a female
hippo on Zambia?s Luangwa River
as she spends her time bathing
and protecting her calf.
9.40 Elephant, Return to
the Wild The progress of two
elephants in northern Thailand, as
they move to Elephant Haven?s
forest, where they are able to
begin their recovery and
rehabilitation into the wild.
10.45 Fawn Identity The stories
of two fawns on the plains of Africa,
one an impala in the southern acacia
forests and the other a Thomson?s
gazelle soon to be moving with
the herds in the grasslands.
11.50 Hippo Supremacy
As 8.35pm.
12.55?2.00am Elephant,
Return to the Wild
Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am British Treasure,
American Gold 8.00 Air Wars
10.00 Frontline Battle Machines
with Mike Brewer 3.00pm British
Treasure, American Gold
5.00pm Quest into the Unknown
Josh Bernstein investigates why
elephants are attacking humans
in unprecedented numbers.
6.00 The evidence behind the
controversial theory that life
began on Mars, not Earth.
7.00 Wildest Europe The vast
array of wildlife found in the
wildernesses of the European Alps.
8.00 Altered Statesmen
Anthony Eden?s alleged drug
addiction and how it may have
affected Britain?s role in the
Suez crisis of the 1950s.
9.00 Aircraft Carrier: City at Sea
An examination of life aboard the
American aircraft carrier USS
Ronald Reagan as it makes its
journey to a new home port.
10.00 Tony Robinson?s World
War One Tony Robinson uses rare
stereoscopic images to reveal some
of the unprecedented technologies
that made the war even bloodier.
11.00 Tony looks at the last year
of the con?ict, revealing how
German forces were thwarted by
British tactics and technology.
12 midnight Battle?eld
1.00?6.00am Frontline Battle
Machines with Mike Brewer
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
History
Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am Mountain Men (HD) 8.00
Forged in Fire (HD) 10.00 The Curse
of Oak Island (HD) 12 noon American
Pickers (HD) 1.00pm Pawn Stars:
Best Of (HD) 5.00 Storage Wars (HD)
6.00pm Counting Cars (HD) 7.00
American Pickers: the guys put
thousands on the line to stake a
deal with a tough negotiator (HD)
8.00 Forged in Fire 9.00 The Curse
of Oak Island: a Family Album (HD)
10.00 Days That Shaped America:
an examination of the loss of seven
astronauts in the Challenger
disaster (HD) 11.00 Mountain Men
12 midnight Ancient Aliens (HD) 4.00am
Ancient Aliens: Government Secrets
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Pawn Stars (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Animal Planet
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
6.00am Treehouse Masters: out
on a Limb (HD) 7.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 8.00 Tanked (HD) 9.00
Animal Cops Houston (HD) 2.00pm
Biggest and Baddest (HD) 3.00 Dr
Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet (HD)
7.00 North Woods Law (HD) 8.00
Saving a Species ? Gorillas on the
Brink: Natalie Portman searches for
endangered gorillas (HD) 9.00
Biggest and Baddest: Niall McCann
investigates the legends of giant
hogs (HD) 10.00 Finding Bigfoot
(AD) (HD) 11.00 Intruders (HD)
Nat Geographic
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Car SOS: ten editions (HD)
6.00pm Car SOS: two episodes.
Tragedy strikes while Tim and Fuzz
are ?xing up a World Rally-winning
car, then Fuzz and Tim restore a
1965 German classic car (HD) 8.00
Japan: between Sky and Earth:
exploring Japan?s southern islands,
Kyushu and Okinawa (HD) 9.00 Car
SOS: three episodes. Tim and Fuzz
hope to surprise bubble car owner
Sam with a secret ?x-up of his
much-loved Messerschmitt 10.00
The duo head to France in search of
a war veteran?s old car 11.00 Fuzz
Townshend and Tim Shaw secretly
restore a Japanese off-roader (HD)
12 midnight?5.00am Car SOS (HD)
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Eden
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
9.00am Harry?s South Pole Heroes
(S) (AD) 11.00 Harry?s Mountain
Heroes (S) (AD) 12 noon Frontier
Borneo (S) 3.00pm Harry?s South
Pole Heroes (S) (AD) 5.00 Harry?s
Mountain Heroes (S) (AD)
6.00pm Frontier Borneo (S) 9.00
Harry?s South Pole Heroes: double
bill (S) (AD) 11.00 Harry?s Mountain
Heroes: ?ve disabled soldiers
prepare to climb Everest with
Prince Harry?s support (S) (AD)
3.50am Finding Bigfoot: an encounter
in Canada (AD) (HD) 4.40 E-Vets: the
Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
12 midnight Frontier Borneo (S)
3.00am Harry?s South Pole Heroes:
double bill (S) (AD) 4.40 Harry?s
Mountain Heroes (S) (AD) 5.30?6.00am
Deadly on a Mission: Pole to Pole
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special 6.20 Big
Barn Farm 6.35 Baby Jake 6.45
Teletubbies 7.00 Postman Pat: SDS
7.15 Bing: double bill 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.40 Boj 7.50 Go Jetters 8.05
Octonauts 8.15 Peter Rabbit 8.25 Bitz
& Bob 8.45 Hey Duggee 8.50 The
Furchester Hotel 9.00 Something
Special 9.20 Kazoops 9.30 Peter
Rabbit Special 9.55 Tree Fu Tom
10.15 Biggleton 10.30 Justin?s House
10.55 Andy?s Prehistoric Adventures
11.10 Do You Know? 11.25 Waf?e the
Wonder Dog 11.35 Topsy and Tim
12 noon Woolly & Tig 12.05pm I Can
Cook on the Go 12.20 Teacup Travels
12.35 Melody 12.45 Down on the
Farm 1.05 Where in the World? 1.20
My Story 1.35 Ferne and Rory?s Vet
Tales 1.45 School of Roars 1.55 Magic
Door 2.00 Something Special 2.20
Andy?s Baby Animals 2.30 Junk
Rescue 2.45 Bitz & Bob 3.00 Peter
Rabbit 3.15 Go Jetters 3.35 Peter
Rabbit Special 4.00 Tree Fu Tom
4.25 Magic Hands: Stargazing 4.35
Treasure Champs 4.50 Rastamouse
5.00 Gigglebiz 5.15 Jamillah and
Aladdin 5.35 Katie Morag 5.45 Our
Family Fun 5.50 Nelly & Nora
6.00 Charlie and Lola 6.10 64 Zoo
Lane 6.20 In the Night Garden...
6.50?7.00pm New. CBeebies Bedtime
Stories: a tale for younger viewers
CBBC
Saturday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Peppa Pig 6.15 Ben and
Holly?s Little Kingdom 6.30 Luo Bao
Bei 6.40 Digby Dragon 6.50 Fireman
Sam 7.00 Thomas & Friends 7.15 Bob
the Builder 7.25 Rusty Rivets 7.40
Peppa Pig 7.55 Ben and Holly?s Little
Kingdom 8.05 Paw Patrol 8.25 Nella
the Princess Knight 8.40 Shimmer
and Shine 9.00 Pirata & Capitano
9.15 Noddy: Toyland Detective 9.30
Floogals 9.50?10.00am Paw Patrol
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.25 Danger Mouse 7.35
Shaun the Sheep 7.45 MOTD
Kickabout 8.00 Class Dismissed 8.15
Newsround 8.20 Diddy TV 8.40 New.
The Playlist 9.00 RT CHOICE New.
Saturday Mash-Up!: Saturday morning
entertainment for youngsters See p53
11.00 New. Max & Harvey: FOMO
11.15 Remotely Funny 11.35 New. Nine
Minute Ninja 11.50 Our School
12.10pm Newsround 12.15 The
Dumping Ground 12.44 Hank Zipzer
1.10 Newsround 1.20 The Next Step
1.40 So Awkward 2.10 Dragons: Race
to the Edge 2.30 Secret Life of Boys
5.35 My Life: Never Give Up: Kai
refuses to let ADHD stand in the way of
his dreams of show jumping glory
6.05pm Got What It Takes? 6.35 Gym
Stars 7.00 The Pets Factor 7.20 Our
School 7.40 Diddy TV 7.55 New.
Sketchy Comedy 8.00 The Dengineers:
a team of expert designers constructs
dream dens for lucky youngsters
8.30?9.00pm All Over the Place: Asia
CITV
203
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Dino Dana 6.10 Super 4 6.35
Make It Pop 6.55 Signed Stories 7.00
Cut the Rope 7.05 Mr Bean 7.30
ToonMarty 7.55 Thunderbirds Are Go
8.25 Spy School 8.55 The Haunted
Hathaways 9.25 Mr Bean 9.55 Be Cool,
Scooby-Doo! 10.25 Wishfart 10.55
Pok閙on 11.25 The Powerpuff Girls
12 noon Transformers 12.25pm
Mission Employable 12.30 The
Haunted Hathaways 1.00 K.C.
Undercover 1.30 Drop Dead Weird
2.00 Ben 10 2.30 Mr Bean 3.30 Tom
and Jerry 4.25 The Bagel and Becky
Show 4.55 Horrid Henry 5.25
ToonMarty 5.55 Signed Stories
6.00pm Pok閙on 6.25 Transformers
6.56 Wishfart 7.25 Mr Bean 7.55 The
Haunted Hathaways 8.25 Bear Grylls
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
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11.00am Stuart Little 2 ??? Amusing
sequel. Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie (2002, U) (S) (AD)
12.35pm Mirror Mirror ?? Fantasy
adventure retelling the Snow White story.
Lily Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer (2012, PG) (S) (AD)
2.50 SPYkids 4: All the Time in the
World ?? Fantasy adventure. Jessica Alba,
Jeremy Piven, Joel McHale, Alexa Vega, Daryl Sabara (2011, PG) (S)
4.35 Carry On Nurse ??? Comedy.
Television Saturday
Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey, Hattie Jacques (1959, PG) (AD)
6.20pm Joy Interview Special (S)
6.30 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay
Part 1 ???? The penultimate instalment
of the Hunger Games series. Jennifer Lawrence,
Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth (2014, 12) (S) (AD)
8.50 The Wife Interview Special (S)
9.00 In Bruges ???? Black comedy
drama. Review, p39. Colin Farrell (2008, 18) (S) (AD)
The Dude still abides
The Big Lebowski 1111 1.05am Film4 FREEVIEW
Twenty years after ?rst bowling into cinemas, the Coen
brothers? wacky caper is back on the big screen. Though in
a sense it never went away. After a so-so initial release, the
?lm became a cult favourite, and since the early 2000s
regular midnight movie screenings have been augmented
by a string of Lebowski Fests (star of the ?lm Jeff Bridges
attended LA?s in 2011). The ?lm has even spawned a religion,
Dudeism, with a holy day on 6 March, the Day of the Dude.
Like, wow, as the man himself might say. STEVE MORRISSEY
11.10 An American Werewolf in London
???? Irreverent, gruesome horror. David
Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Grif?n Dunne (1981, 18) (S)
1.05?3.30am The Big Lebowski ????
Comedy from the Coen brothers. Choice,
left. Jeff Bridges, John Goodman (1998, 18) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.10am Stolen Innocence ?? Crime drama.
Gina Philips (2007) 11.25 First Knight ???
Adventure. Sean Connery (1995, PG) 2.10pm Six Days
Seven Nights ??? Romantic adventure.
Harrison Ford, Anne Heche (1998, 12) 4.20 Phenomenon
??? Fantasy drama. John Travolta (1996, PG)
6.55pm Signs ??? Atmospheric sci-?
thriller. Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix, Cherry Jones (2002, 12)
9.00 Con Air ???? Exhilarating action
thriller. Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich (1997, 18)
11.25 Taxi Driver 5 Powerful urban
drama. Robert De Niro, Cybill Shepherd, Jodie Foster (1976, 18)
1.45am 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded ?? Action
thriller. Randy Orton (2013, 15) 4.00?5.50am
Snowmageddon ?? Sci-? thriller. (2011, 12)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
About a boy
Wonder 1111 Net?ix
A ten-year-old boy with a congenital facial dis?gurement
confronts the challenge of settling into a new school in this
recent addition to Net?ix. Young actor Jacob Tremblay
(Room) cuts a touching but rarely self-pitying ?gure behind
the prosthetics, and he?s ably supported by Julia Roberts
and Owen Wilson as his parents. Stephen Chbosky?s take on
RJ Palacio?s novel may tug a little too vigorously at the
heartstrings, but there?s enough empathy and insight here
to forgive its desire to play to the gallery. TREVOR JOHNSTON
Back to the beginning
p Insidious: the Last Key
111 8.00pm Sky Premiere
The fright franchise reaches a
satisfying conclusion as the
story comes full circle, in director
Adam Robitel?s teasingly
twisted nightmare. Here we
learn about the troubled
childhood of ghost whisperer
Elise Rainier (a superlative Lin
Shaye), as she returns to her
New Mexico family home to
exorcise a demon. ALAN JONES
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Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Born to Be Bad ?? Drama. (1950, PG)
7.50 The Avengers 9.50 Professionals for
a Massacre ?? Spaghetti western. George
Hilton (1967) 11.45 The Texas Rangers ??
Western. (1951) 1.25pm Relentless ???
Western. Robert Young (1948) 3.30 Ambush at
Tomahawk Gap ?? Western adventure.
John Hodiak (1953) 5.10 The Quick and the Dead
??? Western. Sam Elliott, Tom Conti (1987, PG)
7.05pm Wyatt Earp?s Revenge ??
Solemn western. Shawn Roberts, Val Kilmer (2011, 12)
9.00 Traded ?? Old-fashioned western.
Kris Kristofferson, Trace Adkins, Michael Par� (2016)
Hits
Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am Half Magic ?? Comedy
drama. (2018) 7.50 Joyride ???
Action comedy. (2017, 15) 9.45 Daddy?s
Home Two As 6.15pm 11.40 i
Insidious: the Last Key As 8pm
1.40pm All the Money in the
World As 9.50pm 4.00 Hostiles
???? Western. Christian Bale (2017, 15)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
6.25am As 9pm 8.25 Monster
Family Special 8.55 As 5.10pm 10.35
As 7pm 12.35pm Superman
Returns ???? Fantasy adventure.
(2006, 12) 3.10 Percy Jackson & the
Lightning Thief ??? Fantasy
adventure. (2010, PG) 5.10 Monster
Family ? Animated comedy. (2017, PG)
6.15pm Daddy?s Home Two
??? Comedy sequel that aims for
slapstick mayhem and occasionally
hits its mark. Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg (2017, 12)
8.00 i Insidious: the Last
Key ??? Gritty ghost story that
brings the fear franchise full
circle. Choice, left. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
9.50 All the Money in the
World ??? Ridley Scott?s take
on the kidnap of John Paul
Getty?s grandson. Mark Wahlberg (2017, 15)
7.00pm The Lego Ninjago Movie
?? Brash animated adventure.
11.00 Atomic Blonde ???
Charlize Theron shines as a
no-nonsense spy in a superstylish action thriller. (2017, 15)
12.05am Hostiles As 4pm 2.20
Pyewacket ???? Horror thriller.
Nicole Mu駉z (2017, 15) 3.50 Night Owls
??? Comedy drama. Adam Pally (2015)
5.30 Monster Family Special
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
1.05am Larry Gaye: Renegade
Male Flight Attendant ? Comedy.
Mark Feuerstein (2015, 15) 2.55 It Comes
at Night ??? Horror thriller. Joel
Edgerton (2017, 15) 4.35 Percy Jackson
& the Lightning Thief As 3.10pm
Greats
Sky 310 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.20am As 2.15pm 8.15 Goal!
??? Football drama. Kuno Becker,
Alessandro Nivola (2005, 12) 10.15 As 6pm
12.15pm As 8pm 2.15 The Italian
Job ??? Comedy caper. Michael
Caine, No雔 Coward (1969, PG) 4.10 The
Duellists ???? Period drama.
Keith Carradine, Harvey Keitel (1977, PG)
6.00pm Meet the Parents
???? Hilarious weekend-fromhell comedy. Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Teri
Polo, Blythe Danner, Owen Wilson (2000, 12)
8.00 The Pursuit of Happyness
??? Rags-to-riches drama. Will
Smith, Jaden Christopher Syre Smith (2006, 12)
10.00 Midnight Run ????
Robert De Niro stars as a bounty
hunter in this fast-moving road
movie with a comic twist. Charles
Grodin, Dennis Farina, Yaphet Kotto (1988, 18)
12.10am Mean Machine ???
Prison football comedy. Vinnie Jones,
David Hemmings (2001, 15) 2.00 Miller?s
Crossing 5 Period crime
drama. Gabriel Byrne, Marcia Gay Harden (1990, 18)
4.05 The Duellists As 4.10pm
Comedy
Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, Justin Theroux (2017, U)
9.00 The Disaster Artist
???? Affectionate and
eccentric look at the making
of cult catastrophe The Room.
James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen (2017, 15)
Action
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Beowulf ????
Animated fantasy adventure. Ray
Winstone, Angelina Jolie (2007, 12) 8.00 As
6.45pm 10.15 As 9pm 12.40pm
As 11.30pm 2.45 Legion ???
Fantasy horror. Paul Bettany (2010, 15)
4.45 Final Score ?? Action
thriller. Dave Bautista, Ray Stevenson (2018, 15)
6.45pm Fantastic Beasts and
Where to Find Them 5
Fabulous 1920s-set adventure
that predates the exploits of
Harry Potter. Eddie Redmayne (2016, 12)
9.00 Wonder Woman ????
Gal Gadot gets to don the
iconic costume in this witty and
heartfelt origin story. Chris Pine (2017, 12)
11.30 The Green Hornet ??
Hit-and-miss action comedy.
Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz (2011, 12)
1.45am Legion As 2.45pm
3.30 Final Score As 4.45pm
5.30 Black Panther Special
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.00am In & Out ???? (1997, 12)
7.45 Here Comes the Boom ???
(2012, 12) 9.35 Zoolander ????
Comedy. (2001, 12) 11.15 The Nutty
Professor ???? Comedy. (1996, 12)
1.00pm As 8pm 2.40 As 9.40pm
4.20 Talladega Nights: the
Ballad of Ricky Bobby ?? (2006, 15)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.50am The Sugarland Express
??? Action adventure. Goldie Hawn
(1974, PG) 8.50 Phone Booth ???
Thriller. Colin Farrell (2002, 15) 10.20 As
6.55pm 12.25pm As 9pm 2.40 In
the Line of Fire ???? Thriller. Clint
Eastwood (1993, 15) 4.55 Inconceivable
?? Thriller. Nicolas Cage, Nicky Whelan (2017, 15)
6.55pm Collateral ????
Impressive crime thriller in which
hitman Tom Cruise forces taxi
driver Jamie Foxx to assist him as
he conducts a killing spree. (2004, 15)
9.00 Jack Reacher ??? Tom
Cruise plays the military cop-gonemaverick in this action yarn. (2012, 15)
11.15 Rising Sun ??? A cop
investigates a politically sensitive
murder in this exciting thriller.
Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin, Susannah York (1969, 15)
6.25pm Table 19 ??? Romantic
comedy geared around wedding
reception outcasts. Anna Kendrick (2017, 12)
8.00 Pitch Perfect 3 ?? Final
instalment in the all-girl choir
saga. Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson (2017, 12)
9.40 Little Nicky ??? Enjoyable
comedy with Adam Sandler as the
son of Satan. Patricia Arquette (2000, 12)
11.20 The Dictator ???
Gross-out spoof about an Arab
despot. Sacha Baron Cohen (2012, 15)
11.35 The Old Dark House ??? Quirky
comedy horror. Tom Poston, Robert Morley (1963, PG)
1.20am The Long Duel ?? Period
adventure. Yul Brynner (1967, PG) 3.35 Here Come
the Huggetts ??? Comedy. Jack Warner (1948, U)
(S) 5.25 Take Two 5.55?6.00am The Savoy
Theatre and Cinema, Monmouth
12.50am Zoolander As 9.35am
2.30 The Heartbreak Kid ???
Crude romantic comedy. Ben Stiller,
Michelle Monaghan, Jerry Stiller (2007, 15) 4.30
Splash ???? Romantic fantasy
comedy. Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah (1984, PG)
1.25am Kidulthood ??? Urban
drama. Noel Clarke, Jaime Winstone (2005, 15)
3.00 The Mexican ??? Comedy
drama. Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts (2001, 15)
5.10 Deep Family Secrets ???
Thriller. Richard Crenna, Angie Dickinson (1997)
11.05 The Hard Corps ?? Routine action
thriller. Jean-Claude Van Damme, Vivica A Fox (2006, 15)
1.15am Blood of Redemption ?? Drama.
(2013, 15) 3.00?4.00am The Avro Shackleton
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
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Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am Life in Danger ?? Thriller. (1959, PG)
7.15 Cover Girl Killer ??? Thriller. (1959, PG)
8.35 Encore ??? Drama. (1951, U) 10.25 The
Good Die Young ??? Drama. Laurence Harvey
(1954, PG) 12.25pm Fame Is the Spur ???
Drama. Michael Redgrave (1947, U) 2.45 Curtain Up
??? Comedy. Margaret Rutherford (1952, U) 4.25
Windom?s Way ???? Drama. Peter Finch (1957, PG)
6.35pm A Night to Remember ????
Compelling account of the sinking of the
Titanic. Kenneth More, Honor Blackman (1958, PG) (S)
9.05 They Shoot Horses, Don?t They?
??? Hard-hitting Depression-era drama.
Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes, Harvey Keitel (1993, 18)
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Family
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.40am As 11.20pm 8.20 As
4.35pm 9.55 Cats & Dogs ??
Part-animated comedy fantasy.
(2001, PG) 11.30 As 6.10pm 1.20pm
Barnyard ??? Animated comedy.
Kevin James (2006, PG) 2.55 As 9.45pm
4.35 Despicable Me 3 ????
Animated comedy. Steve Carell (2017, U)
6.20pm Brave ???? Oscarwinning animated fairy tale about
a free-spirited Scottish princess.
6.10pm Night at the Museum 2
??? Pacey comedy sequel.
Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson (2012, PG)
8.00 Honey 3: Dare to Dance
?? Enthusiastically performed
musical. Cassie Ventura, Kenny Wormald (2016, 12)
9.45 Diary of a Wimpy Kid:
the Long Haul ?? A family road
trip goes predictably awry. Jason
8.00 WALL-E 5
Enchanting animated sci-? tale
about a lonely robot who ?nds
love with another droid. Ben Burtt,
Elissa Knight, Sigourney Weaver (2008, U)
9.50 Swiss Family Robinson
???? Action-packed version of
the children?s story. John Mills (1960, U)
12.10am Invincible ?? American
football drama based on a true
story. Mark Wahlberg (2006, PG) 2.05
Hercules ??? Animated musical.
Tate Donovan, Danny DeVito (1997, U) 3.50
Swiss Family Robinson As 9.50pm
Drama
Drucker, Alicia Silverstone, Tom Everett Scott (2017, U)
11.20 Anastasia ??? Sweet
animated musical. Meg Ryan (1997, U)
6.00am Ryder Cup Verdict
6.30 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup The
second set of fourballs matches;
1.00pm Live foursomes coverage.
6.00 Ryder Cup Verdict
6.30 LIVE Football League
Rotherham United v Stoke City in
the Championship, in progress.
8.00 Football League: goals
9.00 LIVE Major League Soccer
11.00 My Icon
11.30 LIVE International Rugby
Union Argentina v New Zealand,
Rugby Championship (k/o 11.40).
Sky-Fi
6.20pm Please Stand By
??? Pleasant but light comedy
drama. Dakota Fanning, Toni Collette (2017)
8.00 Call Me by Your Name
???? Sensual drama about an
Italian boy who falls for an older
man. Armie Hammer, Timoth閑 Chalamet (2017, 15)
10.15 A Fantastic Woman
5 Rousing drama starring
Daniela Vega as a trans woman
?ghting for her dignity following
the death of her lover. (2017, 15)
5.20pm Independence Day
???? Alien spacecraft hover
above major cities and set about
destroying everything below.
Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne (1999, 15)
1.30am Rugby Union 2.00?6.00am
Sky Sports News
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum (1996, 12)
8.00 V for Vendetta ???
Audacious futuristic action
thriller. Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving (2005, 15)
10.15 Children of Men ????
Alfonso Cuar髇?s startling take on
PD James?s downbeat futuristic
novel. Clive Owen, Julianne Moore (2006, 15)
12.05am The Breakfast Club As
2.25pm 1.50 Crazy Heart ????
Intimate music drama. Jeff Bridges,
Maggie Gyllenhaal (2009, 15) 3.50 Sabrina
??? Romantic comedy. Harrison Ford,
12.10am Unbreakable ????
Fantasy drama. Bruce Willis, Samuel L
Jackson (2000, 12) 2.00 As 1.15pm 3.45
Alien Nation ???? Sci-? thriller.
Julia Ormond, Greg Kinnear (1995, PG)
5.30 Black Panther Special
James Caan, Mandy Patinkin, Terence Stamp (1988, 18)
TCM
Sky 311 Virgin 442 BT 510 HD Virgin 412
6.15am Two Mules for Sister
Sara ???? Western. Clint Eastwood,
Shirley MacLaine (1970, 15) 8.15 As 11pm
10.25 The Ballad of Lefty Brown
??? Western. Bill Pullman, Peter Fonda
(2017, 15) 12.25pm As 8pm 3.25 The
Lone Ranger ???? Western
adventure. Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer (2013, 12)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
6.05am All the President?s Men
5 Thriller. (1976, 15) 8.50 Lone
Star ?? (1952, U) 10.50 The Wings of
Eagles ??? Drama. (1957, U) 1.00pm
The Charge at Feather River ???
Western. (1953, U) 3.00 A Time for
Killing ??? Western. (1967, 15) 4.55
Colt .45 ??? Western. (1950, U)
6.00pm Butch Cassidy and the
Sundance Kid 5 Timeless,
Oscar-winning western. Paul Newman,
6.30pm Virginia City ???
Michael Curtiz directs Errol Flynn
in this Civil War western. (1940, U)
9.00 The Outlaw Josey Wales
???? Tough and beautifully
photographed western. Clint Eastwood,
8.00 The Good, the Bad and
the Ugly 5 The brilliant
conclusion to the Dollars trilogy.
Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef (1966, 18)
11.00 True Grit ???? A boozy
marshal helps a girl ?nd her
father?s killer in this memorable
western. John Wayne, Glen Campbell (1969, PG)
1.10am The Wild Bunch 5
Ground-breaking western. William
Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan (1969, 18)
3.40 El Dorado 5 Western.
Sondra Locke, Chief Dan George (1976, 18)
11.45 Pat Garrett and Billy
the Kid ???? Sam Peckinpah?s
elegiac western about the closing
days of the era of the gun?ghter.
James Coburn, Kris Kristofferson, Bob Dylan (1973, 18)
2.05am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 4.00 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors 5.55 Lone
Star As 8.50am
John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, James Caan (1967, PG)
TCM +1 Sky 316 Virgin 417
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BT Sport 1 Chelsea?s goalscoring
defender Marcos Alonso
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
Nakia Burrise, Jason David Frank (1997, PG)
2.55 Honey 3: Dare to Dance
As 8pm 4.40 The Muppets Take
Manhattan ??? Comedy. (1984, U)
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
Sky 413 Virgin 531 BT 408 HD Virgin 527 BT 430
9.00am Fan TV 9.15 Premier League
Football 11.15 Fan TV 11.20 Saturday
Morning Savage
Sky 404 Virgin 514 HD Virgin 504
Premier League 5.00pm
6.00am SPFL 6.15 Football League
9.30 SPFL 10.00 Soccer AM 11.30 SPFL
12 noon LIVE Football League
Coventry City v Sunderland in
League One (kick-off 12.30pm).
2.45pm Football League Greatest
Games 3.00 Soccer Saturday
5.15 LIVE Football League
Rotherham United v Stoke City in
the Championship (kick-off 5.30) .
8.00 Football League: goals
9.00 LIVE Major League Soccer
11.05 Football League
12 midnight LIVE Major League
Soccer DC United v Montreal Impact.
2.05am Greatest Games 3.00 Football
Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00 Greatest
Games 5.00 Greatest Players (AD)
5.30?6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Ryder Cup
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am Ryder Cup Verdict
6.30 LIVE Ryder Cup The second
set of fourballs matches at Le Golf
National near Paris;
1.00pm Coverage continues with
foursomes in the afternoon session.
6.00 Ryder Cup Verdict 6.30 Ryder
Cup 9.30 Ryder Cup Tips 10.00 Ryder
Cup 1.00am Ryder Cup Memories 1.30
Ryder Cup 4.30?6.00am Ryder Cup 2014
Sky F1
Sky 406 Virgin 516 HD Virgin 506
9.45?11.15am LIVE Russian Grand
Prix ? Practice The third session.
12.55?2.40pm LIVE Russian
Grand Prix ? Qualifying Start 1.00.
FreeSports
Freeview 95 Freesat 252 Sky 422 Virgin 553
7.20?9.50pm LIVE Rugby
Union Glasgow Warriors v Dragons.
BT Sport 1
6.00am The Debate 7.00 Premier
League Today 7.30 Preview 8.30
Greatest Games 9.00 The Debate
10.00 Soccer AM 11.30 Preview
12 noon Soccer Saturday 6.00pm Goals
Express 7.00 Sky Sports Tonight 8.00
100 Club 8.30 Game of the Day 10.30
Match Choice 11.00?6.00am Premier
League Football
Sky Cricket
Sky Main Event
1.05am Turbo: a Power Rangers
Adventure ? Sci-? adventure.
Sky 303 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.00am The Matrix As 3pm
8.20 Independence Day As
5.20pm 11.00 V for Vendetta
As 8pm 1.15pm After Earth ??
Sci-? adventure. Will Smith, Jaden Smith
(2013, 12) 3.00 The Matrix 5
Sci-? action thriller. Keanu Reeves,
Robert Redford, Katharine Ross (1969, PG)
Sky Premier League
Ben Stiller, Amy Adams, Owen Wilson (2009, PG)
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
6.00am As 4.10pm 8.15 The Top
Ten Show 8.35 Red Dog: True
Blue ??? Comedy drama. (2016, 12)
10.15 Lost in Translation 5
Comedy drama. (2003, 15) 12.05pm
As 8pm 2.25 The Breakfast Club
???? Drama. (1985, 15) 4.10 Hidden
Figures ???? Drama. (2016, PG)
Westerns
SPORT Choices
6.00am Cricket Shorts 6.35 Ashes
Greats 7.00 Greatest Games 8.00
Cricket 360 9.00 World Cup Classics
10.00 Cricket 360 11.00 2012 World
T20 1.00pm World Cup Classics 2.00
Greatest Games 3.00 World Cup Classics
4.00 Cricket 360 5.00 Cricket Shorts
5.35 Ashes Greats 6.00 International
Women?s Cricket 8.00 Cricket 360
9.00 Jimmy Anderson: Road to 500
10.00 Whispering Death 11.00 World
Cup Classics 12 midnight International
One-Day Cricket 3.00am Cricket 360
4.00 Greatest Games 5.00 Cricket
Shorts 5.35?6.00am Ashes Greats
Sky Action
Sky 407 Virgin 517 HD Virgin 507
6.00am LIVE Rugby Union
Taranki v North Harbour (kick-off
6.05), New Zealand NPC action.
7.50 Rugby Union
8.30 LIVE Rugby Union
Wellington v Tasman (kick-off 8.35).
10.20 Rugby Union 12.45pm
Great Sporting Moments 1.00 NFL
1.30 Rugby Union
1.40 LIVE French Rugby Union
Toulouse v Castres, Top 14 action.
3.30 LIVE International Rugby
Union South Africa v Australia,
Rugby Championship (kick-off 4.05).
6.30 Darts 7.30 Rugby Union
7.40 LIVE French Rugby Union
Clermont Auvergne v Toulon.
9.30 NFL 10.00 Darts 10.30
International Rugby Union
11.30 LIVE International Rugby
Union Argentina v New Zealand,
Rugby Championship (k/o 11.40).
1.30am Rugby Union 2.00 Darts 2.30
Rugby Union 4.30 Sporting Records
5.00?6.00am Sporting Greats (AD)
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
6.00am Greats (AD) 7.00 Super League
7.15 Wrestling 7.00 Super League 8.15
Great Moments 8.45 Super League
9.00 Wrestling 12 noon Super League
12.15pm Wrestling 12.45 Rugby Union
12.55 LIVE Rugby Union Western
Province v Sharks (kick-off 1.00).
2.50 Super League Gold (AD) 3.00
Sporting Greats 4.00 Super League
4.15 Wrestling 5.00 Great Moments
5.15 Wrestling 5.30 Super League
5.45 Wrestling 6.15 Great Moments
6.45 Super League
7.00 LIVE Super League Broncos
v Halifax (kick-off 7.05), Quali?ers.
9.00 Wrestling 11.00 USW UK Challenge
11.30 Rugby Union 1.25am Great
Moments 1.45 Super League 3.00
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10.30 Triathlon 11.00 Cycling
12 noon Adventure: UK Challenge
12.30pm LIVE Snooker China
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4.00 Table Tennis 5.35 Cycling 8.30
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The pick of today?s TV
PARTNERS
Alistair (Ewen Leslie)
tries to comfort Joanna
(Jenna Coleman)
Ryder Cup Golf
9.30am Sky Sports Ryder Cup/
Main Event/7.30pm (h?lights) BBC2
SPORT Following the last two days?
Television Sunday
four balls and foursomes, this
deciding day has 12 singles matches,
with each featuring one player from
each team. Strategy is vital for the
captains and their backroom teams.
Do you load the top order with your
best players in a bid to blow away
your rivals early, or hold your nerve
and keep back your headliner for
what could be a decisive ?nal putt?
Two years ago Patrick Reed and
Rory McIlroy played out an instant
classic in the opening match, with
the American eventually winning
the match 1-up and smothering
hopes of an unlikely European
comeback. Will we see a rematch
today? JAMES GILL
Country?le
6.15pm BBC1
FACTUAL Wildlife needs a little help
sometimes. Sean Fletcher is at
Bodenham Lake, Herefordshire,
this week, where a habitat creation
project will provide a new home for
otters, bitterns, water rail and grass
snakes. How many grass snakes do
they have so far? If they can ?nd
them, they can count them.
Elsewhere in the county,
Margherita Taylor has the plum job,
or rather the apple job, of sampling
a new foodie craze. Verjuice was
popular in medieval times and is
popular now with the owners of
an orchard that was previously
struggling: made from unripe apples,
it adds a sour note to sauces and
dressings. Chefs love it. JACK SEALE
Antiques Roadshow
8.00pm BBC1
FACTUAL When the Roadshow
PICK OF THE DAY
The Cry 9.00pm BBC1
DRAMA OF THE WEEK New series Joanna is exhausted
and sleep-deprived, driven to distraction by her fractious,
crying, three-month-old baby, Noah. While she?s at
home, battling her fatigue and anxiety, her partner
Alistair is at work, where he?s a smooth-talking spin
doctor for a government minister. The couple face a wave
of hostility from other passengers as poor Noah screams
endlessly during a torturous ?ight to Australia, where
Alistair (Top of the Lake?s Ewen Leslie) plans to ?ght for
custody of his teenage daughter.
An air of foreboding hangs over this enthralling
adaptation of Helen FitzGerald?s novel and a ?rst episode
that roams across a string of different time frames, set
both before and after the crime at the heart of the story.
But The Cry?s pulse is Joanna (a very effective Jenna
Coleman) who ?nds herself embattled and beleaguered
as she faces a world that judges and ?nds her wanting.
ALISON GRAHAM The RT Interview: Jenna Coleman: p28
visited Leicester?s historic Abbey
Pumping Station a few weeks ago,
viewers were shocked to watch
Fiona Bruce gingerly hold up the
decapitated and stuffed head of a
dog that allegedly chased down the
last man to be hanged in Leicester.
?It?s not nice,? she said with
remarkable understatement.
Nothing quite so gruesome this
time, you?ll be pleased to know.
Instead, Leonie Orton, younger
sister of controversial playwright
Joe, brings in the old manual
typewriter he used to write his
scripts. And elsewhere, the dapper
Amin Jaffer examines what appears
to be a collection of old snuff boxes
and discovers there?s something
much more interesting about them.
JANE RACKHAM
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its coverage of the US Open (poor
picture quality and awkward camera
angles), but it will air 20 live Premier
League games a season from 2019.
It?s the ?rst time an online streaming
service has secured live football rights
in the UK. As for Formula One,
Channel 4 struck a deal with Sky to
show highlights from every F1 race
next year (see page 160).
C4 will also air Ireland?s autumn
rugby internationals, taking the
rights from Sky. FRANCES TAYLOR
NEW SPORT DEALS
Eight years after ?rst winning the
China Open, Caroline Wozniacki
(right) hopes to regain her title at this
year?s championship, with matches
airing on BT Sport 3 (from 5.30am).
There are changes on the horizon
for televised sporting events, with
several new deals recently being
signed by both free-to-air and
subscription broadcasters.
Amazon Prime drew criticism for
Stephen King:
Master of Horror
9.00pm BBC4
9.00pm Paramount Network
DOCUMENTARY Film-maker Richard
DOCUMENTARY As Stephen King
Macer has a bright 11-year-old son
with a vivid imagination. But Arthur
has dyslexia and struggles at school.
As he prepares for his 11+ SATs,
Arthur and his dad go on a journey
to explore whether dyslexia is a
curse or if there are any bene?ts.
There?s a lot to unpick. Do people
with dyslexia think more creatively?
Picasso, Walt Disney and Einstein
were dyslexic. If they do, is that
because their brains are wired
differently or is it a learnt behaviour?
It?s a charming, intimate ?lm
freighted with emotion as Richard and
his wife fret about Arthur, and Richard
wells up remembering his own dif?cult
time at school. DAVID CRAWFORD
has sold more than 350 million novels
(many of which have been made into
blockbuster movies), there can?t be
many people who haven?t read or
seen one of his horror stories. He was,
according to the friends, associates,
fans and ?lm critics interviewed here,
a proli?c writer from his college days.
?A writing machine,? they say. But it
wasn?t until Carrie, a book he nearly
gave up on, that his publishing career
was launched.
Even if you haven?t worked it out
from his books, it?s clear from this
documentary pro?le that Stephen
King has an alarmingly dark
imagination, that was once fuelled
by drugs and alcohol. JR
Feud: Bette and Joan
10.00pm, 10.55pm BBC4
DRAMA What Ever Happened to Baby
Jane?, a ludicrous, overwrought 1962
horror movie starring Joan Crawford
and Bette Davis, is a camp classic.
Here, Ryan Murphy digs behind the
melodrama for more melodrama,
the epic feud between its two stars
(played by Jessica Lange and
Susan Sarandon).
In the opening double bill (?rst
shown last December on BBC2) the
pair are on the slide, getting on in
years, and Hollywood, with customary
chivalry, is losing interest. Baby Jane
is one last throw of the dice.
Though Feud: Bette and Joan
looks fabulous, with its sumptuous
production design, and the leads
give their all, it?s nowhere near
waspish enough. AG
Vanity Fair
The best of streaming
and catch-up
George Shelley:
Learning to Grieve
from 10am BBC3
Having stormed to pop fame
on the 2012 X Factor and
enjoyed two hit albums with
boy band Union J, George
Shelley was building an acting
and broadcasting career
when, in 2017, his sister died in
an accident. In this immensely
brave, raw documentary, he
explains how hard he?s found
it to move on ? and meets
other young people faced with
the same impossible task.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Skylanders
Academy
Net?ix
Sunday Television
Farther and Sun:
a Dyslexic Road Trip
DISCOVER TV
A brand new, third series of
the sassy animated comedy
about a gang of oddball
creatures in training to
save the world. JS
BEST LIVE SPORT
9.00pm ITV
DRAMA ?Striving for what
TARGET
JACK SEALE
? Cycling: Road World
Championships, elite men?s
road race 8.35am BBC red
button; 1.45pm BBC2 Vuelta
a Espa馻 winner Simon Yates
seeks further glory in Austria.
? Ryder Cup 9.30am Sky Ryder
Cup/Main Event; 7.30pm
(highlights) BBC2 Palpable
tension in the 12 singles matches.
See Choice: page 62
? Great Scottish Run 11am BBC2
q FILM OF THE DAY
The Bucket List
11.30pm Channel 5
Charming if predictable road
movie starring Morgan
Freeman and Jack Nicholson.
See page 40
GETTY
Becky sets her sights
on Lord Steyne
(Anthony Head)
is not worth having? leads our
anti-heroine Becky (Olivia
Cooke) this week into moral
squalor, as she executes a plan
to tease cash out of the randy,
vulpine Lord Steyne (Anthony
Head). Not just money, but social
status, too, although what use
are parties with the King if there
are no loved ones left to share
the glow? This dramatisation is
good at juggling the ?zzy thrill
of playing the society game
with the bitter consequences
of losing it.
The fate Becky wants to avoid
befalls Amelia (Claudia Jessie),
whose home life moves from
a domestic sitcom vibe to
something sadder: in the earlier
sequences, Claire Skinner?s
self-martyring mum is, in a
cast full of great comic
actresses doing a lot with not
many scenes, a stand-out.
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DAYTIME
BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Roger Johnson, Sally Nugent. (S) (HD)
8.25 Match of the Day Shown yesterday 10.30pm (S) (HD)
10.00 The Andrew Marr Show An interview with
Prime Minister Theresa May. Rptd 7pm BBC Parliament (S) (HD)
11.00 Sunday Politics A round-up of the latest
political news and debate from where you live. (S) (HD)
11.30 Sunday Morning Live Topical debate covering
religious, moral and ethical issues. (S) (HD)
BBC1
BBC2
The Cry 9.00pm
Jenna Coleman
plays a mother at
the end of her
tether in this
emotional drama
Motherland
10.00pm Problem
parents: Diane
Morgan, Anna
Maxwell Martin
and Paul Ready
4.05pm Pointless Celebrities
4.30pm Super Small Animals
2 BBC RED BUTTON 12.20?2.20pm Women?s Football
Television Sunday
Live coverage of Birmingham City v Manchester City in the
Women?s Super League (kick-off 12.30)
12.30pm Bargain Hunt In Newark. (R) (S) (AD)
1.00 BBC News Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
1.15 Money for Nothing Transforming items. (R) (S) (HD)
2.15 Points of View Viewers? comments. (S) (HD)
CONTACT: email pov@bbc.co.uk; telephone 0370 908 3199 or write to
Points of View, BBC Northern Ireland, Belfast BT2 8HQ
2.30 Songs of Praise Sean Fletcher presents an
episode re?ecting on peace and forgiveness. (S) (HD)
3.05?4.05 Escape to the Country An emotional
house-hunt in Shropshire. (Revised repeat) (S) (AD) (HD)
BBC2
6.05am Great British Menu The North West chefs
prepare to impress with their desserts. Shown last Thursday
6.35 The remaining North West chefs cook for the
judges and Dr Jake Dunning MBE. Shown last Friday (S) (HD)
7.05 Gardeners? World Frances Tophill makes a ?nal
visit to her shared allotment. Shown last Friday (S) (HD)
8.05 Country?le Coverage of One Man and His Dog.
Shown last Sunday BBC1 Signed repeat tomorrow 1.45am (S) (HD)
2 BBC RED BUTTON 8.35am?12.20pm Cycling
The elite men?s race at the Road World Championships in
Innsbruck, also available at bbc.co.uk/sport until 4.10pm
9.00 The Beechgrove Garden The team visits
Callander. Shown last Thursday BBC2 Scotland (S) (HD)
9.30 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Highlights. (S) (HD)
11.00 LIVE Great Scottish Run Dougie Vipond
presents coverage of the half-marathon. (S) (HD)
1.45?4.30pm LIVE Cycling The climax to the elite
men?s race at the Road World Championships. (S) (HD)
2 BBC SPORT ONLINE 2.00?3.35pm Canoeing Coverage
of the Canoe Slalom World Championships at bbc.co.uk/sport
2 BBC SPORT ONLINE 3.00?6.30pm Triathlon
Coverage of the Super League Triathlon at bbc.co.uk/sport
ITV
6.00am CITV See page 69 9.25 News (S)
9.30 Countrywise The south Wales coast. (R) (S) (HD)
9.55 Emmerdale 1918 Charlotte Bellamy, who plays
Laurel, hears a wartime love story. Shown last Thursday (S) (HD)
10.20 Midsomer Murders Joyce Barnaby and the
Midsomer Worthy choir fear for their lives. (R) (S) (AD)
12.15pm WOS Wrestling The WOS Male Champion is
called on to defend his title. Shown yesterday 2.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
1.15 ITV News Weather; Regional Weather (S)
1.30 The X Factor The Six Chair Challenge returns.
See choice, page 52. Shown yesterday 8.35pm (S) (HD)
3.00 New series. Back to Mine 1/6. Dating show in
which singletons check out the homes of suitors. (S) (HD)
3.30?4.30 Tipping Point: Lucky Stars Andrew
Flintoff, Tim Vine and Angellica Bell take part. (R) (S) (HD)
Channel 4
6.05am Motorsport Coverage of the British GT?s
season ?nale from Donington Park.
7.00 World Rallycross highlights from Latvia. (S)
8.00 Frasier Triple bill of the US sitcom (R) (S) (AD)
9.30 Sunday Brunch With guests Dermot O?Leary
and Nile Rodgers. Elle King performs live. (S) (HD)
Your RT Books: page 146
12.30pm The Simpsons Principal Skinner thwarts a
possible terror attack at Spring?eld Elementary.
12.55 Bend It like Beckham ??? Comedy drama
starring Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley.
To avoid her Sikh parents? disapproval, a
soccer-obsessed teenager hides the fact that she has
joined a local female football team. Review page 40.
q
5.00 Impossible Celebrities
6/6. Former JLS member JB Gill joins the famous
faces playing for charity. Hosted by Rick Edwards.
Executive producers Lynn Sutcliffe and Hugh Rycroft (S) (HD)
5.50 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
6.15 Country?le
Herefordshire, Sean Fletcher visits a habitat
aIncreation
project at Bodenham Lake. Margherita
Taylor learns how a traditional orchard is reviving
interest in a medieval brew. John Craven announces
the winner of the photographic competition. See p62.
Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Joanna Brame; Executive producer Bill Lyons (S) (HD)
7.15 Strictly Come Dancing: the Results
the ?rst results show of the series and time
mIt?s
to ?nd out who is in the dance-off. George Ezra
performs. It Takes Two is tomorrow 6.30pm BBC2. (S) (HD)
8.00 Antiques Roadshow
A return visit to the historic Abbey Pumping
Station in Leicester, where playwright Joe
Orton?s sister brings in the typewriter on which he
wrote some of his most important scripts. There is
also a valuable collection of exotic metal boxes, the
look of which belies an intriguing purpose. See p62.
a
Producer Simon Pass; Executive producer Simon Shaw (S) (HD)
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
9.00 The Cry
series. 1/4. Jenna Coleman stars in a
aNew
dramatisation of Helen FitzGerald?s novel.
Joanna travels with her partner Alistair and their baby
son to Australia, where Alistair hopes to campaign
for custody of his teenage daughter from a previous
marriage. But their trip and their lives are about to
take a devastating and dramatic turn. See page 62.
Joanna
Jenna Coleman
Alistair
Ewen Leslie
Elizabeth
Stella Gonet
Chloe
Markella Kavenagh
Alexandra
Asher Keddie
Detective Alexiades Alex Dimitriades
Kirsty
Sophie Kennedy Clark
Detective Lorna Jones Shareena Clanton
Morven Davis
Kate Dickie
Henry McCallum
David Elliot
David Fossery
Nicholas Farrell
Mrs Wilson
Sue Jones
Jane
Emma King
Dr Wallace
Shauna Macdonald
Jean-Louise Talbot
Anneika Rose
Mrs Amery
Amanda Walker
Air hostess
Kim Adis
Defence lawyer
Moyo Akande
Checkout kid
Ollie Ivin Poole
Local woman
Amanda Labonte
Fish and chip shop owner Michael Morley
Dramatised by Jacqueline Perske; Producers Brian Kaczynski and
Stuart Menzies; Director Glendyn Ivin (S) (AD) (HD)
The RT interview with Jenna Coleman: page 28
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
10.30 Match of the Day 2
Highlights from Cardiff City v Burnley. Plus all the
goals from yesterday?s eight top-?ight games.
Director Ian Finch; Editor Ben North (S) (HD)
11.15 The Women?s Football Show
Highlights from the weekend?s matches in the
Women?s Super League, with analysis from Alex Scott.
Director Matt Roberts; Editor Harry Allen (S) (HD)
11.50 You Again ??
Comedy with Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis and
Sigourney Weaver. A woman returns home for her
brother?s wedding only to ?nd that he?s marrying the
cheerleader who tormented her at school. Review p40.
q
Director Gurinder Chadha (2001, 12) (S) (W) (HD)
Director Andy Fickman (2010, U) (S) (W) (HD)
3.10?4.30 The Great British Bake Off
5/10. The contestants face three tricky challenges
during spice week. Shown last Tuesday (S) (AD) (HD)
1.30am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
1.35?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
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A fantasy and sci-? edition with Hannah
Waddingham and Gemma Whelan, Jeff Rawle and
Chris Rankin, David Dixon and Sandra Dickinson, and
Norman Lovett and Hattie Hayridge. (R) (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
Patrick Aryee ?nds out what makes some of the
world?s tiniest creatures so resilient.
Producer Kirstine Davidson
Executive producers Jo Shinner and Doug Hope (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
5.30 Grammar Schools: Who Will Get In?
2/3. Following children at Townley Grammar in
Bexley, south-east London, and nearby Erith School,
a secondary modern struggling to pick itself up after
Ofsted judged it to ?require improvement?. At Erith,
student Bradley ?nds it hard to focus and requires
one-to-one tuition to keep him in school. Townley, by
contrast, has few problems with behaviour but hires
full-time staff to help students deal with the pressure
they put on themselves to keep up with their peers.
Directors/Producers Mark Casebow and Leo Fawkes (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Before Grenfell: a Hidden History
When Grenfell Tower in North Kensington caught
?re in June last year, the ensuing tragedy exposed
a deep division between rich and poor in this part
of west London. Here, residents of the community
around the burnt-out building reveal how their
borough came to be seen as one of Britain?s most
unequal places. Narrated by Danny John-Jules.
Director/Producer James Ross (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Golf: Ryder Cup
best moments from the ?nal day when, after
aThe
two days of foursome and fourball play, the 12
singles matches were contested. At Hazeltine in 2016,
the USA took a three-point lead into the last day ?
hardly enough for comfort, given they had contrived
to lose the four-point lead they carried into the third
day at Medinah in 2012. On this occasion, however,
there were no European rabbits to pull from the hat
as the USA players lost only four of their matches
and ran out 17?11 victors. Eilidh Barbour presents,
with commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown,
Andrew Cotter and Ned Michaels. See page 62.
Editor Michael Jackson; Executive producer Jonathan Bramley (S) (HD)
9.30 Mock the Week
Dara O Briain welcomes guests Angela Barnes, Ed
Byrne, Larry Dean, Ed Gamble and Kerry Godliman.
Shown last Friday (S) (HD)
10.00 Motherland
6/6. Julia?s childcare problems are solved after she
?nds the perfect nanny, but her friendship with Liz is
strained. Anna Maxwell Martin and Diane Morgan star.
Writers Sharon Horgan, Graham Linehan, Holly Walsh, Helen Linehan
Director Juliet May; Producer Richard Boden (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
10.30 No Activity
New series. 1/6 Series 2. Missing Persons Stokes
and Hendy investigate a kidnapping.
Repeated Wednesday 11.45pm (S) (HD)
10.55 2/6. Death of an Eel. Neddy tries to explain
rugby to Steve. Stokes celebrates his birthday.
Hendy
Stokes
Carol
April
Patrick Brammall
Darren Gilshenan
Genevieve Morris
Harriet Dyer
Elizabeth
Bernie
Steve
Neddy
Repeated Wednesday 12.10am (S) (HD)
Rose Byrne
Damon Herriman
Chum Ehelepola
Anthony Hayes
11.20 The Mighty Redcar
4/4. Against his dad?s wishes, 16-year-old Billy
chooses to start a career rather than go to college.
Directors Daniel Dewsbury, Jonny Ashton and Stuart Bernard
Producers Lia Nicholls, Caroline Marsden Shown last Thu (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am Billion Dollar Deals and How They Changed
Your World 1/3. Jacques Peretti looks at how the world was
altered by largely unknown people and events. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.05?3.00am Sign Zone 1.05 Question Time Topical
debate from Bishop Auckland. Shown last Thursday BBC1 (S)
2.05 Holby City Hanssen keeps a bedside vigil at the
hospital. Shown last Tuesday BBC1 (S) (AD) (HD)
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Channel 4
Vanity Fair
9.00pm Back in
London, Becky
aspires to mingle
in society with the
likes of Lady Steyne
Celebrity Island
with Bear Grylls
9.00pm Can Pete?s
pescatarian values
prevail as hunger
takes a severe toll?
4.30pm The Chase
Bradley Walsh presents the quiz. (R) (S) (HD)
5.30 Queen of the World
Shown last Tuesday (S) (HD)
Directors Cath Marsden and Tracy Comer (R) (S) (HD)
6.30 ITV News Weather (S)
6.45 Regional News Weather (S)
7.00 Five Gold Rings
5/6 Series 2. A married couple take on a pair of
work colleagues on the quiz show.
Director Ollie Bartlett; Series producer Anna Dunkley (S) (HD)
8.00 The X Factor
5.25 Grand Designs
2/7. Kevin McCloud meets Harry and Briony,
who have upped sticks from London to Cornwall,
with three children in tow, to ful?l Harry?s dream
of building a ?ve-bedroom steel and glass home
inspired by the modernist house from 1980s
teen movie Ferris Bueller?s Day Off.
Director Edward Sunderland Shown last Wednesday (S) (AD) (HD)
Dermot O?Leary hosts the second session of the
Six Chair Challenge, in which the acts perform
individually before the judges announce who
will be selected for the next stage. (S) (HD)
9.00 Vanity Fair
6/7. In Which a Painter?s Daughter Meets
a King. Becky proves adept at living on
next to nothing, but is less convincing when it
comes to mixing in high society. See page 63.
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Becky Sharp
Olivia Cooke
Amelia Sedley
Claudia Jessie
Rawdon Crawley
Tom Bateman
William Dobbin
Johnny Flynn
John Sedley Simon Russell Beale
Lord Steyne
Anthony Head
Mrs Peggy O?Dowd
Monica Dolan
Jos Sedley
David Fynn
Arabella Briggs
Felicity Montagu
Bute Crawley
Mathew Baynton
Martha Crawley
Sian Clifford
Louisa Sedley
Claire Skinner
Sir Pitt Crawley
Martin Clunes
William Makepeace Thackeray
Michael Palin
Horrocks
Mike Grady
Betsey Horrocks
Lauren Crace
Mr Raggles
Peter Wight
Rawdy Crawley
Rafferty Railton
Mrs Raggles
Maggie Daniels
Rose Crawley
Daisy Jacobs
Kirstie Allsopp is in Barry, south Wales, offering
help to Emma and Lee, who are feeling battered
and bruised after losing out on four houses. Phil
Spencer is searching for a country home in the
Wye Valley for Will and Aby and their family.
Violet Crawley Isabella Steinbarth
Mrs Nathan
Claire Machin
Georgy Osborne Arthur Bateman
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Oliver Lansley
Major Michael O?Dowd
Patrick Fitzsymons
Glorvina O?Dowd
Alison Pargeter
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Sally Phillips
Jane Osborne
Ellie Kendrick
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Lord
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Footman
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Provence Maydew
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Johnny Kinch
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5/7. Jess Robinson and Lewis Macleod guest on
the comedy game show, joining Rory Bremner,
Debra Stephenson and presenter Alexander
Armstrong for a potpourri of vocal acrobatics,
celebrity fairy tales and musical impersonations.
Series producer Ruth Wallace; Executive producers Kenton Allen,
Matthew Justice, Saurabh Kakkar, Jon Naismith, Graeme Garden
Repeated Wednesday 11.45pm (S) (HD)
10.40 ITV News
Weather; Regional Weather (S)
11.05 Joanna Lumley?s Silk Road
Adventure
3/4. Iran. The actress reaches the Islamic
Republic of Iran, where she encounters the rich
culture and innovations of Persian civilisation.
6.25 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
6.45 Formula One: Russian Grand Prix
? Highlights
The best of the action from the Sochi Autodrom,
where Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari will have
been desperate to close the 40-point gap in the
drivers? championship that defending champion
Lewis Hamilton opened up with his authoritative
victory in Singapore a fortnight ago. Presented
by Steve Jones and David Coulthard. (S) (HD)
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9.00 Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls
4/6 Series 3. Committed pescatarian Pete Wicks
has convinced the group not to slaughter land
animals for food but, with the depleted group
? which has already lost three members ?
exhausted and starving, the sighting of a pig
near camp tests their resolve. Finally, the
desperate islanders are forced into a decision
that sends shock waves through the camp.
Series producer Stevey Jones; Executive producer Sebastian Grant
Repeated 2.30am 4seven and Tuesday 12.20am C4 (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 The Circle
Ep 11. The latest instalment of the reality show
in which players living in isolation in the same
building chat, ?irt, play games and rate each
other through a specially-designed social media
platform. Continues tomorrow 10pm. (S) (HD)
11.00 Eight out of Ten Cats Does
Countdown
Sean Lock and Sara Pascoe are up against Jon
Richardson and Josh Widdicombe. Susie Dent is
joined by Alex Horne and the Horne Section in
Dictionary Corner and Rachel Riley provides the
letters and numbers. Hosted by Jimmy Carr.
Series producer Adam Copeland; Executive producers Richard
Osman, Ruth Phillips and Andrew Westwell (R) (S) (HD)
12 midnight Before I Go to Sleep ???? Mystery
thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth. After
a serious accident, Christine Lucas wakes up every
morning with no memory of the life she has made with
her husband Ben. Despite his patience and the help of
a neurologist, Christine begins to question everything
she is told about what happened to her. Review p40.
q
Director Rowan Joffe (2014, 15) (S) (W) (HD)
12.50am Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Motorsport UK Ginetta GT4 and British F4 racing
from Rockingham. Shown yesterday 8.25am ITV4 (S) (HD)
3.50 Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
5.05?6.00am The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
1.35am George Clarke?s Amazing Houseboats George
recalls his favourite houseboat projects. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.30 Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb Helping a
couple modernise their living room. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.25 Grand Designs New Zealand Building a house
on a crumbling cliff. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
4.20 Vet on the Hill Scott Miller has bad news for his
sister-in-law about her puppy. (R) (S) (HD)
5.15 Buy It Now Twin entrepreneurs Ben and Gary
from York demonstrate their leisure product. (R) (S) (HD)
5.40 Jamie?s Comfort Food Jamie Oliver prepares
lobster macaroni and cheese. (R) (S) (HD)
5.50?6.35am Countdown (R) (S) (HD)
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Shown last Wednesday (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Strangers 3/8. Jonah realises Megan
was involved with Hong Kong?s most dangerous players.
Shown last Monday (S) (AD) (HD)
9
Farther and Sun
9.00pm Richard
Macer and his
son Arthur look
at the pros and
cons of dyslexia
BBC1
SCOTLAND
11.15pm Sportscene
12.15am The Women?s
Football Show
12.50 FILM: You Again
2.30 Weather for the
Week Ahead 2.35?
6.00 BBC News
7.00pm Engineering Giants:
Jumbo Jet Strip-Down
1/3. Tom Wrigglesworth and Rob Bell
start their look at the inner workings
of some hugely in?uential machines
with an examination of the Boeing 747.
Series producer Lindsay Keith
Executive producer Jeremy Mills (R) (S) (HD)
8.00 James May?s Cars of the
People
3/3. James concludes his examination
of the social signi?cance of cars by
exploring how aspiration and new
wealth were behind the development of
some of the greatest models ever made.
Director/Series producer Tom Whitter
Signed repeat 2.45am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Farther and Sun:
a Dyslexic Road Trip
Film-maker Richard Macer sets
off on a road trip with his dyslexic
son Arthur to ?nd out whether the
condition is simply a weakness or
whether it could actually be a gift.
While 50 per cent of prisoners are
thought to be dyslexic, many
successful people have been
diagnosed with the condition. Some
organisations such as Nasa and GCHQ
encourage a ?neuro-diverse?
workforce. Can Richard and Arthur
?nd an answer to this conundrum as
they meet dyslexics, academics,
scientists and designers? See page 63.
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Executive producer Clare Paterson (S) (HD)
10.00 Feud: Bette and Joan
Pilot. Drama focusing on the
a1/8.
famous rivalry between Joan
Crawford and Bette Davis. In 1962, with
her career on the decline, Crawford
found the perfect part in What Ever
Happened to Baby Jane? All she needed
to do was persuade Davis to co-star,
but it was not going to be easy to put
aside their animosity. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.55 2/8. The Other Woman. With
?lming now under way, the Hollywood
grandes dames manage to agree on
one thing ? the actress cast as the
neighbour will have to go. See p63.
Joan Crawford
Bette Davis
Hedda Hopper
Mamacita
Robert Aldrich
Jack Warner
Regional
variations
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4.30pm River City:
a newcomer causes
ructions in the O?Hara
family 5.30 Landward:
the impact of summer?s
drought on wildlife
6.00 Sportscene:
including highlights of
Celtic v Aberdeen
7.00?7.30 Monkman
and Seagull?s Genius
Guide to Britain 9.30
The Flu That Killed 50
Million: a re-examination
of Spanish Flu 10.30
Mock the Week 11.00
Motherland 11.30 No
Activity: new series
12.20?1.05am The
Mighty Redcar
STV
12.50am Home
Shopping 2.50
Nightscreen
5.05?6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show
BBC2 WALES
5.30pm Flog It!: from
the deck of Victorian
warship HMS Warrior
6.00?6.30 Scrum V
Sunday: rugby news
11.20 Scrum V Sunday
11.50 Sunday Politics:
hosted by Arwyn Jones
12.20?1.05am The
Mighty Redcar
Sunday Television
1/2. A privileged look behind the scenes at the
Queen?s role as Head of the Commonwealth.
4.30pm Location, Location, Location
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10.00pm Ar Lorg Annie
11.00 Sunday Politics
11.30 Motherland
12 midnight No
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Weather Watchers with
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UTV
12.50am Shopping
2.50?3.00 Nightscreen
Jessica Lange
Susan Sarandon
Judy Davis
Jackie Hoffman
Alfred Molina
Stanley Tucci
Both episodes ?rst shown on BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 The Last Explorers
4/4. The story of trader/explorer
Thomas Blake Glover, who came to be
known as the Scottish Samurai.
Director/Producer Sarah Barclay (R) (S) (HD)
12.45am Treasures of Ancient Greece 2/3
Exploring classical Greek art. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 Pappano?s Classical Voices 4/4
Baritone and bass singers. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.45?3.45am James May?s Cars
of the People Shown 8pm (S) (SL) (AD)
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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective 5.25pm
Despicable Me 2 6.00pm Gru is taught
Lewis 9.00pm The detective (Kevin
Call the Midwife 6.00pm Fred takes
Ace goes in search of a stolen dolphin
a lesson by Edith, Margo and Agnes
Whately) comes out of retirement
on some new responsibilities
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 69
10.00 New. Rise of the Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles A celebrity chef is
transformed into a mutant pig. (S) (HD)
10.20 Splinter gets rat ?u. (S) (HD)
10.35 Cruising with Jane McDonald The
singer takes her ?rst trip to Alaska. (S) (HD)
10.45 Monkeys Make You Laugh
Out Loud Internet videos. (S) (HD)
11.35 Police Interceptors A high-speed
pursuit through Lincoln city centre. (S) (HD)
12.30pm Friends Series 2. Rachel confesses
to Ross she no longer craves his affection.
1.00 Unsure whether to date her, Ross draws
up a list of Rachel?s good and bad points.
1.30 Phoebe learns the truth about her father.
2.00 Joey gets a part in a daytime soap.
2.30 Carol and Susan prepare to tie the knot.
3.00 Joey dates a crazed fan.
3.30 Rachel lands a date with actionmovie star Jean-Claude Van Damme.
4.00 Rachel sees Ross in a different light.
4.25 Monica falls for an old family friend.
4.55 Joey decides to move out. (S) (HD)
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.10 Emmerdale (S) (SL) (AD)
(HD) 8.50 Coronation Street (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
11.45 The X Factor See choice, page 52
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
1.15pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold (S) 1.45
FILM Twister ??? (S) (AD) (W) (HD) 4.00
FILM The Lego Movie ???? Animated
comedy with Chris Pratt (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Murder, She Wrote (S) (SL)
6.50 Heartbeat (S) (AD) 8.50 Agatha
Christie?s Poirot: double bill (S) (AD) (HD)
12.55pm FILM Carry On Girls ?? Comedy
with Sidney James, Joan Sims and Kenneth
Connor. Sidney Fiddler bullies a seaside
resort into staging a beauty contest (S) (AD)
(W) 2.40 Columbo: Sex and the Married
Detective: a therapist murders her lover (S) (HD)
6.00pm Despicable Me 2 ????
4.40pm Foyle?s War
5.25pm Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
???? Comedy. Ace Ventura is
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hired to discover who is behind the
mysterious kidnapping of the Miami
Dolphins football team mascot, a dolphin
called Snow?ake. Review page 40.
Ace Ventura
Melissa
Lieutenant Lois Einhorn
Emilio
Dan Marino
Jim Carrey
Courteney Cox
Sean Young
Tone Loc
Dan Marino
Director Tom Shadyac (1993, 12) (S) (AD) (W)
6.50 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
???? Action adventure. When
q
Robin of Locksley meets a band of
thieves in the woods, he joins forces to
try to oust the wicked Sheriff of
Nottingham. Review page 40.
Robin of Locksley/Robin Hood
Kevin Costner
Maid Marian
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Sheriff of Nottingham
Alan Rickman
Azeem
Morgan Freeman
Will Scarlett
Christian Slater
Director Kevin Reynolds (1991, PG) (S) (W)
9.55 5 News (S) (HD)
10.00 New. Big Brother
Daily round-up of highlights. (S) (HD)
11.30 The Bucket List ???
Comedy drama. Two terminally ill
men set out to achieve as many
q
things as they can on their respective
?bucket lists?. Film of the Day: page 40.
Edward Cole
Carter Chambers
Thomas
Virginia Chambers
Roger Carter
Jack Nicholson
Morgan Freeman
Sean Hayes
Beverly Todd
Alfonso Freeman
Director Rob Reiner (2008, 12) (S) (W) (HD)
1.15am New. SuperCasino (S) (HD) 3.10 Ben
Fogle: New Lives in the Wild 1/8 Series 7. In
Arkansas. First shown last Tue (S) (HD) 4.00
Britain?s Greatest Bridges (S) (SL) (AD) (HD) 4.45
Wildlife SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor (S)
(SL) 5.35?6.00am Great Scientists (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
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Shown yesterday 8.35pm ITV (S) (HD)
Animated comedy sequel. The
Anti-Villain League recruits former
supervillain Gru to ?nd the person who
stole a secret Arctic laboratory.
q
Featuring the voices of:
Gru
Agnes
Eduardo
Margo
Dr Nefario
Steve Carell
Elsie Fisher
Benjamin Bratt
Miranda Cosgrove
Russell Brand
Directors Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud
(2013, U) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
8.00 The Fast and the Furious:
Tokyo Drift ???
Action thriller sequel. To avoid jail for
street racing, a teenager is sent to Japan
to stay with his father. But his discovery of
drifting gets him into more trouble.
q
Sean Boswell
DK
Twinkie
Han
Neela
Lucas Black
Brian Tee
Bow Wow
Sung Kang
Nathalie Kelley
Director Justin Lin (2006, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
10.00 Family Guy
Series 3. Stories inspired by viewers? letters.
10.30 The Griffins are forced to move.
11.00 Brian falls in love. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.30 American Dad!
Series 11. A magical carpenter visits
Stan and Francine. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.55 Francine refuses to cook. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.30am The Cleveland Show (S) (AD) (HD)
12.55 Ghosted (S) (AD) (HD) 1.25 Release the
Hounds: Famous and Freaked (S) (HD) 2.15
Shopping 5.45?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
ITV4
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F?view 24 F?sat 117 Sky 120 Virgin 118 HD Virgin 178
6.00am The Protectors (SL) 6.30 The Avengers
7.35 Cash Cowboys (S) (HD) 9.30 New. Motor
Racing (S) (HD) 10.30 LIVE British Touring
Cars: coverage of the tenth and ?nal round of
the season from Brands Hatch (S) (HD)
6.30pm Football?s Greatest: Johan Cruyff
Pro?ling the Dutch mid?elder. (HD)
6.50 Pawn Stars Notes written by Albert
Einstein grace the shop. (S) (HD)
7.20 FILM Police Academy 3: Back in
Training ?? Comedy with Steve Guttenberg.
Two police academies become locked in a
desperate battle for survival. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
9.00 FILM The Blues Brothers ????
Musical comedy starring John Belushi and
Dan Aykroyd as brothers Jake and Elwood
Blues, who reform their legendary band and
?nd themselves pursued across country,
culminating in one of the most spectacular
car chases in movie history. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
11.40 River Monsters A creature said to be
attacking people on the Florida Keys. (S) (HD)
3/4 Series 3. War Games. Foyle looks
into a burglary at the headquarters of
a multinational company, and a murder
soon leads him to believe the firm are
conducting covert business with the
Nazis. Emily Blunt guests. (S) (AD)
6.55 4/4. Funk Hole. As Foyle and his team
search for a missing boy, their investigation
leads them to an unwelcoming hotel ? and
a grim discovery in the nearby woods.
Guest-starring Andrew-Lee Potts. (S) (AD)
7.10am Lovejoy (S) 8.00 The Bill (S)
1.00pm Monarch of the Glen (S) 4.00 Moby
Dick: Captain Ahab reveals his true intentions
6.00pm Call the Midwife
5/8 Series 5. New mother Roseanne?s
past continues to haunt her, and there are
unforeseen consequences when Violet is
forced to put her shop in the care of Fred.
Dr Turner and Shelagh ponder if their
own lifestyles could be healthier. (S) (AD)
7.00 New. Murdoch Mysteries
5/19 Series 9. 24 Hours til Doomsday
The detective faces a race against the
clock as he tries to stop a secret space
programme that could incite war
between Canada and America.
Detective William Murdoch
Dr Julia Ogden
Inspector Brackenreid
Constable George Crabtree
Rebecca James
Yannick Bisson
Helene Joy
Thomas Craig
Jonny Harris
Mouna Traor�
9.00 Lewis
First shown on Alibi Repeated tomorrow 8pm (S)
Entry Wounds 1/2. The newly promoted
DI Hathaway leads the investigation
into a tricky case bridging the worlds of
neurosurgery, animal rights and blood
sports. But can he solve it without the
help of the retired Robbie? (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 The Brokenwood Mysteries
DI Lewis
DI Hathaway
Dr Laura Hobson
Ch Supt Innocent
DS Lizzie Maddox
Ayesha Nooran
Rizwan Nooran
Alistair Stoke
Kevin Whately
Laurence Fox
Clare Holman
Rebecca Front
Angela Grif?n
Thusitha Jayasundera
Ace Bhatti
Jonny Phillips
11.05 Wire in the Blood
3/8 Series 6. Tony (Robson Green)
becomes a suspect when a friend is killed
at a convention he attended. (S) (AD)
12.05am 4/8. Another of Tony?s colleagues
is found dead in a watery grave. (S) (AD)
1.10 A Touch of Frost (HD) 3.00 Road to
Avonlea (S) (AD) (HD) 4.35 Murder, She Wrote
(S) (SL) 5.30?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
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2/4 Series 3. Over Her Dead Body. When
the body in the coffin of poet Declan
O?Grady falls from the hearse, the corpse
turns out to be a young woman identifiable
only by a notable scarlet tattoo. (S) (AD)
Mike Shepherd
Kristin Sims
DC Breen
Jared Morehu
Gina
Neill Rea
Fern Sutherland
Nic Sampson
Pana Hema Taylor
Cristina Serban Ionda
10.00 Silent Witness
4/5 Series 20. Covenant. Father and son
Bill and Frankie McAteer are killed in an
apparent car accident on their way home
from work at Billingsgate Market, but
Nikki and Jack discover that the younger
man?s body is riddled with bullets. Back
at the Lyell centre, Clarissa summons
her husband Max, a digital forensics
expert, to help crack the case. (S) (AD)
12.30am New Tricks (S) (AD) 1.45?4.00am
FILM Dangerous Beauty ??? Period
romance starring Catherine McCormack (W)
Dave
12
F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am Be Tasty (S) (AD) (HD) 9.10 Cake
Hunters (S) (HD) 9.40 The Bachelor (S) (HD)
11.25 So Sharp: Dance Squad (HD)
12.15pm The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
(S) (HD) 5.00 The Only Way Is Essex (S) (HD)
6.00pm New. The Bachelor USA Nick
makes a confession to the women, the
Backstreet Boys visit the mansion and a
?ight on a zero-G plane ends badly. (S) (HD)
8.00 Celebrity Dinner Date Five singletons
wine and dine a similarly unattached suitor,
unaware it?s singer Jasmin Walia. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. The Only Way Is Essex
Yaz discovers Lockie has been seeking
relationship advice behind her back. (S)
10.00 New. Absolutely Ascot Leah and
Henry?s friends are forced to choose sides
when Courtney organises a girls? night out. (S)
11.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire
The fallout from Dawn?s explosive birthday
celebrations causes ruptures. (S) (HD)
F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
12.45am Motor Racing (S) (HD) 1.45 The
Avengers (S) (HD) 2.45?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
12 midnight?12.55am Botched by Nature: Paul
and Terry take their expertise on the road, helping
a twin born with facial abnormalities (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00am Have I Got Old News for You (HD)
2.15 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (S) (HD)
3.05?4.00am Ice Road Truckers (S) (HD)
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
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7.15am Ice Road Truckers (S) (HD) 10.00
Deadly 60: four back-to-back editions (HD)
12 noon Cops UK: Bodycam Squad (S) (HD)
1.00pm Soapbox Race (HD) 2.00 Would I Lie
to You?: the Unseen Bits (S) (HD) 2.40 Would
I Lie to You? (S) (HD) 4.00 Steve Backshall?s
Extreme River Challenge 5.00 Scrappers (S) (HD)
6.00pm Modern Wheels or Classic Steals
Buyer Robert wants to ?nd a new car that
will suit his love for the great outdoors. (HD)
6.30 An 18-year-old DJ wants a fast car. (HD)
7.00 Cops UK: Bodycam Squad CS gas is
used to stop a crazed axeman. (S) (HD)
8.00 Series following the work of the
Staffordshire police force. (S) (HD)
9.00 Have I Got Old News for You
Alexander Armstrong hosts, with guests
Roisin Conaty and James O?Brien.
10.00 Taskmaster 4/10 Series 7. Jessica
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2.00pm Columbo: Identity Crisis (S)
4.00 Columbo: Candidate for Crime (S)
6.00pm NCIS Series 11. DiNozzo is sent on
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New Orleans Series 2 (S) (AD) 9.00 NCIS
Series 14. Abby?s terrorism think tank is
compromised (S) 10.00 Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit Series 11. Triple bill (S)
and Jesse go on a perilous journey
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Escape to the Ch鈚eau (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 FILM The Rare Breed ??? Western
starring James Stewart. Review p40 (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me (S) (HD)
2.50 Four in a Bed (S) (HD)
9.00am Neighbours: omnibus (S) (AD)
11.25 CSI: Miami: four episodes (S)
3.05pm FILM A Woman Deceived ??
Thriller with Ashley Scott (S) 4.55 FILM IQ
???? Romantic comedy starring Meg Ryan
5.20pm Come Dine with Me
6.55pm King Solomon?s Mines ??
King Solomon?s Mines 6.55pm Allan
On the menu in Cumbria are meaty dishes,
a horseradish sauce, some five-star quality
food, Cumbrian scallops and chorizo. (S) (HD)
8.00 My Family and the Galapagos
1/3. Monty Halls heads back to his ?favourite
place on Earth?, along with his wife Tam
and daughters Isla and Molly. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. 999: on the Frontline
Ep 2 Series 2. A woman has a severe
allergic reaction in a restaurant. (S) (HD)
10.00 Inside Birmingham Children?s
Hospital
An accident-prone four-year-old puts his
parents through their paces. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 999: What?s Your Emergency?
How the police are dealing with an increase
in people challenging their authority (S) (HD)
12.05am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
(S) 2.05 999: on the Frontline (S) (HD)
3.10?3.50am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
More4 +1 Freeview 86 Freesat 125 Sky 236 Virgin 196
E4
28
F?view 28 F?sat 122 Sky 135 Virgin 106 HD Virgin 145
6.00am Hollyoaks (AD) 8.20 Couples Come
Dine with Me 9.25 Don?t Tell the Bride 10.30
The Goldbergs (AD) 11.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
12.30pm Young Sheldon (AD) 1.30 The Big
Bang Theory (AD) 4.55 FILM Ice Age: the
Meltdown ??? Animated comedy voiced by
Ray Romano and John Leguizamo (W)
6.45pm FILM Back to the Future Part III
???? The third instalment in the
blockbuster comedy adventure series,
starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd.
Trapped in 1955, Marty McFly needs help
again to get back to the future. (W)
9.00 New. Krypton 7/10. Lyta and Dev-Em
go in search of Jayna in the Outlands, but
get more than they bargained for. (AD)
10.00 New. 8/10. Seg and Zod form a resistance
movement against the Voice of Rao. (AD)
11.00 The Inbetweeners 3/6 Series 2. Will?s
planned birthday dinner with close friends
clashes with a far more popular do. (AD)
11.35 4/6. A lads? night out is marred by
encounters with aggressive bouncers,
tramps and irate bus passengers. (AD)
5 USA +1 F?view 56 (not 2-4am) F?sat 130 Sky 241 Virgin 185
with Richard Chamberlain
q Adventure
and Sharon Stone. Explorer Allan
Quatermain is hired to track down a girl?s
missing father, ?nding ample opportunity
for adventure in the meantime.
Director J Lee Thompson (1985, PG) (HD)
9.00 New. Stephen King: Master
of Horror
charting the life and
a Documentary
career of the acclaimed horror writer.
Review page 63. (S)
5 Star +1 Freeview 55 Sky 228 Virgin 186
starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley
Duvall. Aspiring writer Jack Torrance
takes on the job of winter caretaker at the
remote Overlook Hotel. (1980, 15)
12.25am FILM Big Driver ?? Crime thriller
starring Maria Bello 2.15 The Shannara
Chronicles (S) 3.10 Heroes Reborn (S) (HD)
4.05 Gilmore Girls (S) 5.35?6.00am Make
You Laugh out Loud
Pick
11
Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Nothing to Declare 7.00 Border Patrol
8.00 Highway Patrol 12 noon Caught Red Handed
2.00pm Monkey Life: eight episodes
6.00 David Attenborough?s Wild City: Sir David
Attenborough uncovers the unseen natural
treasures of Singapore and explores how its
wildlife has adapted to the human world (AD)
7.00 New series. Agatha Raisin First shown on
Sky 1 8.00 Nothing to Declare 9.00 New. Banged
Up Abroad First shown on National Geographic
10.00 New. The Force: North East First shown on
Sky 1 11.00 Britain?s Most Evil Killers 12 midnight
Brit Cops (AD) 1.00am Send in the Dogs 2.00
Road Wars 4.00?6.00am Motorway Patrol (AD)
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
61
Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
12.25am The Great British Bake Off: an Extra
Slice (AD) 1.30 First Dates Hotel (AD) 2.30
Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls (AD) 3.35 Travel
Man: 48 Hours in Slovenia (AD) 4.05?5.05am
Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
Horror Channel
70
Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
8.00am FILM AE: Apocalypse Earth ?? Sci-?
action thriller 9.50 Highlights 10.00 Star Trek:
Enterprise 3.00pm FILM The Day of the Trif?ds
?? Sci-? horror 4.50 FILM Island of Terror
?? Sci-? horror 6.35 FILM They Came from
beyond Space ?? Sci-? thriller 8.20 Highlights
8.30 Tales from the Darkside 9.00 FILM The
Signal ??? Sci-? drama starring Brenton
Thwaites 10.55 FILM The Plague of the Zombies
???? Hammer gem starring Andr� Morell
12.45am FILM Tales from the Crypt: Demon
Knight ?? 2.35 FILM Deathgasm ???
Comedy horror 4.20?4.30am Highlights
BBC News Freeview 231 Freesat 212 Sky 503 Virgin 601 Sky News Freeview 233 Freesat 202 Sky 501 Virgin 602
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
Freeview 30 Freesat 131 Sky 128 Virgin 151
8.00am Two and a Half Men: double bill
11.20 My Wife and Kids: ten episodes (S)
4.00pm Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away (S)
9.00 FILM Dirty Dancing ???? Romantic
drama starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick
Swayze. Teenager Frances ?Baby? Houseman
arrives at a mountain resort hotel with her
family in the summer of 1963. Unimpressed
by the attentions of the hotel owner?s grandson,
she meets dance instructor Johnny Castle (S)
(W) 11.10 FILM The Sweetest Thing ???
Romantic comedy starring Cameron Diaz,
Selma Blair and Christina Applegate. Career
girl Christina and her two brash friends
dedicate themselves to dating without
emotional ties (W) 1.00am Secret Admirer
Kubrick?s chilling horror,
q Stanley
based on Stephen King?s book,
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
F?view 47 F?sat 127 Sky 137 Virgin 143 HD F?view 110
9.00am Four in a Bed 11.30 Extreme Cake
Makers 12 noon A Place in the Sun 5.00pm
Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
7.00 The Supervet: double bill 3/4 Series 8
(AD) 8.00 3/7 Series 12 9.00 Gogglebox:
double bill (AD) 11.05 The Great British Bake
Off 5/10. The bakers are faced with a tricky
Arabian pastry in the technical challenge (AD)
30
2.00 Me and My Facial Dis?gurement (S) 3.00
Killer Girlfriends (S) 3.50?4.00am Access
12.05am The Big Bang Theory (AD)
1.05 Krypton: double bill (AD) 2.55 Rude Tube
3.20?6.00am Hollyoaks (SL) (AD)
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10.00 The Shining 5
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the
Prairie 8.00 Touched by an Angel 1.00pm FILM
Sleeping with the Devil ?? Drama based on a
true story 3.00 FILM Widow on the Hill ??
Drama based on a true story 5.00 FILM Run
for Your Life ?? Drama 7.00pm M*A*S*H
9.00 FILM There Was a Little Boy ???
Drama starring Cybill Shepherd and John Heard
11.00?3.00am I Know My First Name Is Steven
4seven
12.55am Law & Order: Los Angeles: the
detectives expose a Russian spy (S) 1.50 CSI: NY
(S) 2.50 Grimm (S) 3.50?4.00am Access
5 Spike
31
1.20am Fights, Camera, Action! 2.15 Criminals:
Caught on Camera (AD) 2.50?3.00am Access
54
Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
9.00am Home and Away (S) 11.00 The Hotel
Inspector (S) 2.00pm Secrets of the
National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh (S) (AD)
8.00 Traf?c Cops (S) 9.00 Ben Fogle: New
Lives in the Wild: a former taxi driver from
Florida who now farms in a remote part of
the Philippines (S) 10.00 The Boy Who Sees
Upside Down: Extraordinary People: a 12year-old who cannot lift his head up (S) 11.00
Your Child In Their Hands: Kids? Hospital (S)
6.00am Secrets, Lies and Atomic Spies (S)
7.10 Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
8.00 Castles ? Britain?s Forti?ed History (S)
(AD) 9.00 The Day When Churchill Chose
War (S) 10.00 The Day When De Gaulle
Chose War (S) 11.00 The Day When Roosevelt
Chose War (S) 12 noon The Day When Hitler
Lost the War (S) 1.00pm Wild Japan (S)
7.00 The Blue Planet: exploring the
most densely inhabited waters on Earth (S)
(AD) 8.00 ?Allo ?Allo!: triple bill (S) 10.00
Private Lives of the Monarchs (S) (AD)
12 midnight Secrets of the Bible (S) 1.00am
Secrets, Lies and Atomic Spies (S) 2.00?3.00am
Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
Really
17
Freeview 17 Freesat 160 Sky 142 Virgin 129
6.00am The Billion Pound Hotel 7.00 Home
Shopping 8.00 Homes under the Hammer
8.00pm Babies: Special Delivery: mums with
problematic health issues prepare for tricky labours
9.00 Embarrassing Bodies: the show catches up
with Eric, who is having a metal jaw implant after
treatment for aggressive facial cancer 10.00 My
Small Breasts and I: three women on how they see
their bodies (AD) 11.00 Inside the Ambulance
12 midnight Help! My House Is Haunted (AD)
1.00am Paranormal Witness 2.00 Home
Shopping 4.00 Massacre at Virginia Tech
4.50?6.00am The World?s Most Famous Train
Home
25
7.10am Nick Knowles?s Original Features 8.00
Escape to the Country: double bill 10.00 A Place
in the Sun: Home or Away: double bill
12 noon Flog It! 2.00pm Tiny House, Big Living
4.00 Escape to the Country: two editions
6.00 Bargain Hunt: double bill. The teams go
bargain hunting in Hay-on-Wye, then the show
comes from the Westpoint Arena in Exeter 8.00
Flog It!: double bill. From the Museum of Science
and Industry in Manchester, and Layer Marney Tower
in Essex 10.00 Nick Knowles?s Original Features
12 midnight Bargain Hunt 2.00am Tiny House,
Big Living 3.35?4.00am Britain?s Ugliest Rooms
Home +1 Sky 258 Virgin 282
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6.00am Paci?c Warriors (HD) 7.00 Combat
Dealers (HD) 8.00 Disasters at Sea (HD) 9.00
Fantomworks (HD) 10.00 Football League on
Quest (HD) 11.45 How Sports Are Made (HD)
12 noon How It?s Made 2.00pm Cooper?s
Treasure (AD) (HD) 3.00 Fifth Gear (HD) 4.00
Wheeler Dealers (HD) 7.00 Salvage Hunters:
double bill. Drew Pritchard hunts for hidden
treasures at a 400-year-old school, and visits a
medieval castle in Cumbria (HD) 9.00 Salvage
Hunters ? Best Buys: memorable purchases (HD)
10.00 Combat Dealers (HD) 12 midnight
Marooned with Ed Stafford (AD) (HD) 1.00am
Wheeler Dealers (HD) 2.00 Chasing Classic Cars
(HD) 3.00 Destroyed in Seconds 4.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 5.00?6.00am Overhaulin? (HD)
Quest +1 F?view 83 (7pm?4am) F?sat 168 Sky 244 Virgin 173
12 midnight Rich House, Poor House (S)
1.00am Circus Kids: Our Secret World (S)
2.00 The Highland Midwife (S) 3.00?4.00am
Eamonn and Ruth: How the Other Half Lives (S)
Challenge
46
Freeview 46 Freesat 146 Sky 145 Virgin 139
39
Freeview 39 Freesat 137 Sky 148 Virgin 192
8.30am Tomorrow?s World 9.00 Diagnosis
Murder 2.00pm FILM True Grit: a Further
Adventure ??? Western 4.00 Bonanza 5.10
FILM The Last Patrol ?? Action adventure
starring Dolph Lundgren 7.10 FILM Messenger of
Death ??? Crime thriller starring Charles
Bronson 9.00 NCIS: ?ve episodes 1.50 FILM
Platoon Leader ?? 3.40?6.00am JAG
CBS Drama
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
Freeview 37 Freesat 172 Sky 144 Virgin 172
HD Freeview 114 Freesat 167 Virgin 217
5 Spike +1 Sky 250
CBS Action
19
Freeview 25 Freesat 166 Sky 158 Virgin 281
Freeview 31 Freesat 141 Sky 150 Virgin 154
9.00am World Rally 9.35 Police Interceptors
11.30 World?s Deadliest Weather: Caught on
Camera 12.35pm World?s Wildest Flights
1.35 Access 1.45 The Virginian: Men from
Shiloh 3.10 FILM Cat Ballou ???? Comedy
western 5.15 FILM Last of the Comanches
?? Western starring Broderick Crawford
7.05 FILM Attack on the Iron Coast ??
Second World War drama 9.00 FILM Fury
???? Second World War drama starring
Brad Pitt 11.35 FILM Assassin ?? Thriller
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My Family and the Galapagos
8.00pm Monty Halls goes native
Sony Crime and PBS America listed overleaf.
Film4 and other Freeview movie channels: p70
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6.00am Golden Balls 7.00 Supermarket Sweep
9.00 The Cube 10.00 Gladiators 11.00 American
Ninja Warrior 1.00pm The Chase 2.00 The Chase
4.00 The Chase: Celebrity Special 5.00 Pointless
Celebrities: a special writers? edition 6.00 Strike It
Lucky: Michael Barrymore hosts the game show
7.00 Catchphrase (AD) 8.00 Bullseye:
darts-based quiz 9.00 The Chase: Celebrity
Special 10.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?:
big-money quiz, with Chris Tarrant 1.00am The
Chase 2.00 The Chase Celebrity Special 3.00
Bullseye 5.00?6.00am The Chase Australia
Challenge +1 Freesat 147 Sky 245 Virgin 180
BBC
Freeview 71 (1-11pm) Freesat 134 Sky 147 Virgin 197
7.30am The Key of David 8.00 Home Shopping
9.00 The Love Boat 2.00pm Unsolved Mysteries
6.00 ER: ?ve episodes. Carter makes a major
mistake 7.00 Greene tries to ?nd a heart donor
for Sam Gasner 8.00 Benton battles to save a
shooting victim 9.00 Benton and Langworthy
become rivals 10.00 Lewis worries about Cvetic?s
temper 11.00 CSI: Miami: ?ve back-to-back
episodes 4.00?6.00am Judge Judy
Parliament
232
Freeview 232 Freesat 201 Sky 504 Virgin 605
6.00am Highlights 9.00 Scottish FMQs 9.45 Scottish
Parliament 12 noon America This Week 1.00pm
Washington Journal 2.00 Live Conservative Party
Conference 4.30 Sunday Politics 6.00 Question
Time 7.00 Andrew Marr 8.00 Conservative Party
Conference 10.30 Highlights 11.20 The View
12.30?6.00am Conservative Party Conference
See overleaf for Sony Crime and PBS America;
FILM4 and other Freeview movie channels: p70
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SUNDAY Satellite & cable
S.W.A.T. 9.00pm Hondo ?nds
himself caught in the act
Television Sunday
Sky 1
Nothing to Declare 5.00pm
gets too involved in a case
Australia?s customs of?cers
Sky Atlantic
Sky Witness
Sex, Knives and Liposuction
10.00pm Cherry is in Miami
W
Citizen Khan 9.50pm Mr Khan
meets Lord Anstruther
Gold
Sky 106 Virgin 110 HD Virgin 109
Sky 108
Sky 107 Virgin 112 HD Virgin 111
Sky 109 Virgin 125 BT 311 HD Virgin 191 BT 383
Sky 110 BT 310 Virgin 124
6.00am Hour of Power (HD) 7.00
Futurama (S) (AD) (HD) 9.00 The
Simpsons (S) (HD) 11.00 Wrestling
(HD) 12 noon New. Tough Mudder X
(HD) 1.00pm Big Cats: an Amazing
Animal Family (S) (AD) (HD) 3.00
Modern Family (S) (HD) 5.00 The
Simpsons: two episodes (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Simpsons Bart
ruins Krusty?s career.
6.30 Marge forces everyone to
give up their electronics.
7.00 An insurance payout sends
the family on a trip to Denmark.
7.30 Bart receives visits from
ghosts who want closure. (S) (HD)
8.00 A League of Their Own
5/8 Series 13. With Tracey Neville,
Sir Mo Farah and Rob Beckett. (HD)
9.00 New. S.W.A.T. 13/22
Michael Plank catches Jessica
and Hondo together. (S) (HD)
10.00 Hawaii Five-0 13/25
Series 8. A man accused of murder
threatens to commit suicide. (S) (HD)
11.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 13/24
Series 9. The team sets out to
rescue Hetty in Vietnam. (S) (HD)
12 midnight MacGyver (S) (HD)
1.00am S.W.A.T. (S) (HD) 2.00 The
Force: North East: a samurai sword
attack (S) (HD) 3.00 Most Shocking
(S) 4.00?6.00am Road Wars (HD)
6.00am Richard E Grant?s Hotel
Secrets (S) (AD) (HD) 7.00 Cold Case
(S) (HD) 11.00 Without a Trace (S) (HD)
4.00pm Blue Bloods (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00pm Blue Bloods 4/22
Series 8. Danny and Baez work
the case of a detective who was
gunned down before he could
testify against a career criminal.
7.00 6/22. When a basketball
player is found dead of an apparent
overdose, Danny looks into his
possible ties to a local drug gang.
8.00 7/22. A case turns personal
for Danny when he tries to protect
nurse Faith Madson from her
violent ex-boyfriend. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. Real Time with Bill
Maher The comic invites guests
to discuss the week?s events. (HD)
10.10 The Paci?c 5/10. Sledge has
a harrowing experience when he
arrives in the south Paci?c to join
the assault on Peleliu. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.15 6/10. The marines prepare
to launch an attack on Peleliu
air?eld, where they undertake a
manoeuvre that places the entire
company in danger. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.20am Flight of the Conchords
(S) 1.30 Guerrilla (S) (AD) (HD) 2.30
Unseen Ocean (HD) 2.40 Cold Case
(S) (HD) 3.30 Blue Bloods (S) (AD) (HD)
4.20?6.00am Urban Secrets (S) (HD)
6.00am Customs UK (S) (HD) 7.00
Border Security: Canada?s Front
Line (S) (AD) 8.00 60-Minute
Makeover 11.00 Air Rescue (S) (HD)
12 noon The Real A&E (S) (HD)
1.00pm UK Border Force (S) (AD)
(HD) 4.00 Border Security:
Canada?s Front Line (S) (HD)
5.00pm Nothing to Declare The
work of customs of?cers in Australia
as they tackle drug runners, illegal
immigrants and terrorists. (S) (AD)
8.00 9-1-1 7/10. A full Moon
keeps the crew busy with some of
the craziest calls yet, as Athena
investigates a home invasion. (HD)
9.00 How I Caught the Killer
After ?nding her dead in a bathtub
full of bleach, detectives narrowed
down Susan Eyre?s killer from
210,000 possible suspects. (HD)
10.00 The Truth about the
Harry Quebert Affair 4/10
More details about Nola?s tragic
home life come to light. (HD)
11.00 Criminal Minds 18/24
Series 9. Several bodies covered with
bite marks and infected with rabies
are discovered in a park. (S) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
2.00am For the People (S) (HD)
3.00 Elementary (AD) (HD)
4.00?6.00am Highway Cops (S)
6.10am My Dream Home: Brother
v Brother (HD) 8.00 Doctor Who (S)
(AD) 4.00pm Outnumbered (S) (AD)
6.00pm American Housewife
7/23. Katie and Greg throw
themselves into school politics. (HD)
6.30 8/23. Oliver takes dance
lessons in the hope of persuading a
girl he likes to go out with him. (HD)
7.00 Inside the Vets A pet
belonging to a staff member
?ghts for its life. (HD)
8.00 One Born Every Minute
A woman who has not attended
antenatal classes gives birth. (S) (HD)
9.00 Dr Christian: 12 Hours to
Cure Your Street Doctors
Christian and Sara are in
Rusholme, Manchester. (HD)
10.00 Sex, Knives and
Liposuction In Miami, Cherry
Healey meets women who have
had a ?mummy makeover?. (HD)
11.00 Kings Cross ER The
staff deal with a busy Saturday
night at the hospital. (S) (HD)
11.30 A man collapses
unexpectedly. (S) (HD)
12 midnight Inside the Vets (HD)
1.00am The Call Centre (S) (HD)
1.50?3.00am The Call Centre
Christmas (S) (HD)
7.20am The Piglet Files 7.45 The
Interviews (S) 8.45 Still Open All
Hours (S) 9.25 A Sharp Intake of
Breath 10.00 Only Fools and
Horses (S) (AD) 12.30pm Still Open
All Hours (S) 1.05 Only Fools and
Horses (S) (AD) 4.00 The Story of
Only Fools and Horses (S) (AD)
6.00pm Only Fools and Horses
The Trotters go on holiday. (S) (AD)
6.40 Still Open All Hours
Granville opens a delivery point
for internet shopping. (S)
7.20 Granville is forced to take
extra security precautions. (S)
8.00 Dad?s Army An invasion
alert causes chaos. (BW) (S)
8.40 Only Fools and Horses
Rodney ties the knot with
Cassandra. (S) (AD)
9.50 Citizen Khan The Khans
decide to have a family day out
at Farley Manor. (S) (AD)
10.30 Mr Khan trains to become
a school crossing of?cer. (S) (AD)
11.10 Game On Mandy continues
to pretend she is a virgin. (S)
11.50 The ?atmates are taken
hostage by Mandy?s ex-boyfriend. (S)
12.30am Filthy, Rich and Cat?ap
1.20 The Fast Show (S) (AD) 2.00
Harry En?eld and Chums (S) (AD)
2.35?4.00am Game On (S)
Sky 1 +1 Sky 206
Sky Atlantic +1 Sky 208
Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
W +1 Sky 209 Virgin 131
Gold +1 Sky 210 Virgin 190
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Blue Bloods 8.00pm Danny
Sky 2
Syfy
TLC
Comedy Central
Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
Sky 123 Virgin 121
Sky 114 Virgin 135 BT 319 HD Virgin 165 BT 375
Sky 140 Virgin 167 BT 323 HD Virgin 168 BT 377
Sky 112 Virgin 132 BT 307 HD Virgin 181 BT 370
6.00am Sounds of the Dolomites
(S) (HD) 7.00 Tales of the
Unexpected (S) (AD) 9.30 The
South Bank Show Originals (S) (HD)
10.00 Disney?s Broadway Hits (S)
(HD) 12 noon Mystery of the Lost
Paintings: double bill (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00pm Legends of Opera (S) (HD)
3.00 New. Benjamin Britten?s
Gloriana: Britten?s opera based on
Lytton Strachey?s 1928 Elizabeth
and Essex: a Tragic History (HD)
6.00pm Treasures of the British
Library Sketches by Michelangelo
and Leonardo da Vinci and a letter
written by Oscar Wilde. (HD)
7.00 Twiggy: the Face of the 60s
Retracing the steps of the English
supermodel. (HD)
8.00 1968: a Year of War,
Turmoil and Beyond A look at
the signi?cance of the year 1968
in American history. (S) (HD)
9.00 Deep Purple with
Orchestra: Live at Montreux 2011
The band play their classic hits
with the accompaniment of a full
symphony orchestra. (HD)
11.15 Robert Plant and the
Sensational Space Shifters:
Austin City Limits The singer is
joined by his band to perform
songs from across his career. (HD)
12.30am The History of Comedy
(S) (HD) 1.30 Rock and Roll (S) (AD)
(HD) 3.00 Discovering: Charlie
Chaplin (S) (AD) 4.00 Discovering:
Greta Garbo (S) (AD) 5.00?6.00am
Discovering: Bing Crosby (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00am Stargate SG-1 (S) 11.00
Supergirl: ?ve back-to-back
episodes (S) 4.00pm The Flash (S)
6.00pm The Flash 5/23 Series 3
Caitlin visits her mother, who is a
renowned biomedical researcher,
in the hope that she can provide
some answers about her growing
powers. Meanwhile, after a new
metahuman attacks Central City,
Barry tries to persuade Julian to
let him assist on the case.
7.00 6/23. Wally starts having
dreams about being Kid Flash,
while Barry realises he will have
to tell the team what happened
to him in Flashpoint.
8.00 7/23. After using her
powers to save Barry, Caitlin
unleashes her inner Killer Frost
and goes on a rampage, looking
for Dr Alchemy, kidnapping Julian
and battling both the Flash and
Vibe. Meanwhile, Joe and HR have
a heart-to-heart talk. (S)
9.00 A League of Their Own US
Road Trip 1/4. James Corden,
Jamie Redknapp, Jack Whitehall
and Andrew Flintoff embark on a
series of challenges, beginning in
a Californian bowling alley.
10.00 2/4. The lads take on
baseball and basketball.
11.00 3/4. In Las Vegas.
12 midnight Pranks, wind-ups and
out-takes from the series. (S) (AD)
1.00am Duck Quacks Don?t Echo
(S) (AD) 3.00?6.00am Supergirl (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 FILM The
Librarian: the Curse of the Judas
Chalice ?? Fantasy starring Noah
Wyle 1.00pm FILM Bicentennial
Man ?? Comedy drama starring
Robin Williams 4.00 FILM Willow
?? Fantasy starring Val Kilmer
6.30pm Star Trek IV: the
Voyage Home ????
Sci-? adventure starring
William Shatner. In the 23rd
century, Captain Kirk and his band
of space travellers discover a
probe in the vicinity of Earth that
is trying to contact a humpback
whale, a species that is extinct.
9.00 D閖� Vu ???
Sci-? thriller starring Denzel
Washington and Val Kilmer.
Agent Doug Carlin is called in to
investigate after an explosion rips
through a packed ferry. His initial
assessment suggests that this
isn?t a clear-cut case, so he agrees
to join an FBI task force that has
access to a top-secret device that
may shed light on the mystery.
11.30 Twelve Monkeys ????
Futuristic thriller starring
Bruce Willis. The year 2035:
an unknown virus has wiped out
most of humanity and the few
survivors live in a subterranean
city beneath Philadelphia
2.00am FILM Burying the Ex ??
Comedy horror 4.00?6.00am
FILM Battle of Los Angeles ??
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Cake Boss (AD) (HD)
8.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta
(HD) 10.00 Cake Boss (HD) 11.30
Cake Boss: Dear Buddy (AD) (HD)
12.30pm Cake Boss (AD) (HD)
2.00 Say Yes to the Dress (HD)
6.00pm Say Yes to the Vegas
Dress (HD) 7.00 90 Day Fianc�
before the 90 Days: Karine admits
she is thinking about postponing
her marriage to Paul (HD) 9.00
Unexpected (HD) 10.00 Mama
June: from Not to Hot (HD) 11.00 90
Day Fianc� before the 90 Days (HD)
8.00am Friends 12.30pm Fresh
Off the Boat (S) (HD) 1.30 FILM
Bring It On ?? Comedy (HD)
3.30 FILM A Cinderella Story ??
Romantic comedy starring Hilary
Duff and Jennifer Coolidge (HD)
5.30pm Friends (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 FILM Maid in Manhattan
?? Romantic comedy starring
Jennifer Lopez and Ralph Fiennes
(HD) 11.00 Romesh Ranganathan:
Irrational Live: the comedian?s
?rst-ever live stand-up show (HD)
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1.00am Unexpected (HD) 2.00 Mama
June: From Not to Hot (HD) 3.00 Cake
Boss (AD) (HD) 4.00 Say Yes to the Dress:
Atlanta (HD) 5.00?6.00am Cake Boss
12 midnight Roast Battle: back-to-back
editions (S) (HD) 3.00am Rick and
Morty (S) (HD) 3.25 The Cleveland
Show: double bill (S) (HD)
4.15?5.00am Scrubs: double bill (S)
TLC +1 Sky 240 Virgin 169
Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
Lifetime
Sony Crime
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Sky 164 Virgin 208 BT 329 HD Virgin 209 BT 384
Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 10.00
Don?t Tell the Bride (HD) 1.00pm
Little Women: Atlanta (HD) 4.00
Million Dollar Decorators (HD)
6.00pm Judge Judy (HD) 9.00
FILM Deadly Lessons ?? Thriller
starring Christie Burson and Ryan
Scott Greene. When Lisa falls in
love with her professor, she quits
college so that she be with him, but
soon discovers that all is not as it
seems (W) (HD) 10.45 Little
Women: LA (HD) 11.45 Little
Women: Atlanta: three editions (HD)
7.00am 48 Hours: Mystery 11.00
Fear Thy Neighbour 4.00pm CSI:
Crime Scene Investigation
6.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation: triple bill. A former
mayor is the target of an
assassination attempt 7.00
Morgan is taken hostage on board
a medical helicopter 8.00 A
human brain is found at the scene
of a car accident 9.00 Line of
Duty: double bill. A detective comes
under suspicion after a police convoy
is ambushed, and Denton gathers
evidence to use against AC-12
11.00?4.00am Fear Thy Neighbour
Sony Crime +1 F?view 60 (9pm-6am) Sky 257
2.35am Million Dollar Decorators (HD)
3.30?4.00am Storage Wars (HD)
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
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Full listings for Channel 5 are on p66
Pineapple Express 9.00pm
Father Brown 8.00pm A man?s
Saul and Dale make a discovery
death puzzles the priest
Universal TV
Alibi
Prison Break 9.00pm Michael
and Lincoln make a move
Fox
Born Survivor: Bear Grylls
6.00pm The adventurer is wary
Discovery
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am CSI: Miami 12 noon NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 9/19 Series 5
Abby babysits a nine-year-old
while the team searches for the
youngster?s father ? a survivalist
wanted in connection with a case
of robbery and murder.
7.00 5/24 Series 3. A marine
who appears to have been leading
a double life is shot dead. As the
investigation continues, the team
uncovers a case of identity theft.
8.00 19/24 Series 8. A marine
connected to the disappearance
of a weapons cache is murdered.
9.00 Pineapple Express ???
Crime comedy starring Seth
Rogen and James Franco.
Stoner Dale Denton witnesses a
murder by a crooked cop. Fleeing
the scene, Dale drops some of his
rare cannabis, known as ?Pineapple
Express?, which can be traced back
to him and his dealer. Soon the
pair ?nd themselves in the middle
of a gang war. Review page 40.
11.15 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 5/22 Series 7
The detectives investigate the
murders of two gay men.
12.10am Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 2.00 Law & Order
3.00?5.00am Sea Patrol
7.10am The Doctor Blake Mysteries
(S) (HD) 10.00 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye
(S) 12 noon Sherlock (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00pm Father Brown: double bill
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.00 WPC 56 5.00
Murdoch Mysteries (S) (HD)
6.00pm Judge John Deed 3/6
Series 5. The judge must decide
the fate of a sick baby when
doctors refuse to give further
treatment, and a boy convicted of
theft dies in custody. (S) (AD)
8.00 Father Brown 7/10 Series 2
A troubled young woman?s father
is killed three weeks after the
death of her mother.
9.00 7/15 Series 5. The sleuth
investigates the macabre world of
doll?s house crime scenes.
10.00 8/15. When Mrs McCarthy?s
goddaughter goes missing, Father
Brown follows her trail to a risqu�
gentlemen?s club. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Murdoch Mysteries 1/18
Series 11. The detective is in jail and
must prove his innocence. (S) (HD)
11.55 WPC 56 2/5 Series 1
Gina risks her career to prove
Donald is innocent when a
woman is attacked. (S) (HD)
1.00am Murdoch Mysteries: a series
of deaths (S) (HD) 1.55?4.00am
Judge John Deed (S) (AD)
8.00am NCIS (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00pm The Mentalist (S) (HD)
6.00pm Bull 16/22 Series 2. The
jury consultant tries to get a new
trial for an old client. (S) (HD)
7.00 NCIS: New Orleans 10/24
Series 4. After Rita Deveraux tells
Pride that Douglas Hamilton is
about to make a deal to get out of
prison, Pride and the team rehash
the Clearwater case. (S) (HD)
8.00 11/24. After a deadly armed
robbery and high-speed chase is
connected to an undercover ATF
operation, Percy reconnects with
her former ATF partner. (S) (HD)
9.00 Prison Break 8/9 Series 5
Michael and Lincoln take action
when Sara and her son are
threatened. (S) (HD)
10.00 American Horror Story:
Apocalypse Ep 1 Series 8. The
world, as it is currently known,
ends, and a new one begins. (S) (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 9. Brian
hopes to confront Rush Limbaugh
at a book signing. (S) (HD)
11.30 Peter discovers Lois?s
father is having an affair. (S) (HD)
12 midnight American Dad! (S) (HD)
1.00am Family Guy (S) 2.00
American Dad! (S) 3.00 Family Guy
(S) 4.00?5.00am American Dad! (S)
6.00am Chasing Classic Cars (HD)
8.00 Wheeler Dealers (HD) 12 noon
Garage Rehab (HD) 1.00pm Gold
Rush (HD) 3.00 Mighty Ships (HD)
6.00pm Born Survivor: Bear
Grylls The adventurer heads to
Utah, where he must be cautious
of cougars, black bears and
rattlesnakes. (HD)
7.00 How It?s Made How
customer shoe trees and clay
targets are made. (HD)
7.30 Where materials come from
and how manufacturing processes
have developed over the years. (HD)
8.00 Alien Encounters More
hybrids connect to the quantum
computer, giving it the brainpower
to calculate the future. (AD) (HD)
9.00 What On Earth? Examining
images of a possible smokescreen
over North Korea. (HD)
10.00 Alien Encounters
The US launches an attack on the
quantum computer. (HD)
11.00 A war erupts between the
quantum computer and the
human-controlled Queen. (HD)
12 midnight What On Earth? (HD)
1.00am Gold Rush (HD) 3.00 Alien
Encounters (HD) 3.50 What On Earth?
(HD) 4.40 Wheeler Dealers (AD)
(HD) 5.30?6.00am How It?s Made
Universal TV +1 Sky 213 Virgin 138
Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
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PBS America
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F?view (HD only) 94 F?sat 155 Sky 160 Virgin 276
8.00am Far from Home: Canada
and the Great War: ?ve editions
6.00pm Far from Home:
Canada and the Great War The
?nal days of Canada?s involvement
in the First World War under the
leadership of General Arthur
Currie, the military genius in
charge of the Canadian Corps.
8.00 The Race Underground
Documentary about the rivalry
between Henry Melville Whitney
of Boston and William Collins
Whitney of New York as they
raced to build America?s ?rst
underground railway.
9.15 The Rise and Fall of Penn
Station Charting the history of
the train terminal, which opened
to the public in 1910 and became a
signi?cant component of the
so-called ?golden age? of rail
travel with its tunnels and tracks
connecting a vast area of the US.
10.25 Brooklyn Bridge The
planning of the Great East River
Bridge, a technical achievement of
unparalleled scope, marked by
logistical problems, ingenious
solutions and heroic human
achievement. Its designer John A
Roebling never lived to see its
completion, but his family ensured
the granite and steel structure?s
construction was continued
prior to its opening in 1883.
11.40 The Race Underground
As 8pm.
12.50?2.00am as 9.15pm
Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Jesus Conspiracies
8.00 Battle?eld (AD) 10.00
Running Wild with Bear Grylls and
President Barack Obama 11.00
The Presidents? Gatekeepers (AD)
1.00pm Commander in Chief 2.00
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero
3.00 Jesus Conspiracies 5.00
Aliens: the De?nitive Guide
6.00pm Aliens: the De?nitive
Guide 2/2. How mankind should
prepare for the possibility of
extra-terrestrial visitors.
7.00 Wildest Europe An
exploration of Europe?s woodlands,
revealing the vast array of wildlife
to be found within them.
8.00 Nazi UFO Conspiracy
Alleged connections between UFO
sightings and the Nazis. (AD)
9.00 Nazi Death Ray Rumours
that suggest Nazi Germany was
researching space travel.
10.00 Tony Robinson?s D-Day
to Victory Tony Robinson uses
archive material to tell the story
of the last days of the Nazi regime.
11.00 The Somme: the First
24 Hours Tony Robinson
assesses the events of the ?rst
day of the Battle of the Somme.
12 midnight Battle?eld 1.00am
Running Wild with Bear Grylls and
President Barack Obama 2.00 The
Presidents? Gatekeepers (AD) 4.00
Commander in Chief 5.00?6.00am
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
History
Nat Geographic
12 midnight Forged in Fire (HD)
5.00?6.00am Pawn Stars (HD)
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Car SOS: 12 back-to-back
editions of the automotive
renovation series, featuring Fuzz
Townshend and Tim Shaw (HD)
8.00pm New series. The 80s
Greatest: double bill. Examining
major events in American culture
of the 1980s, then a look at the
success of Jane Fonda?s exercise
videos, Tony Hawk and Ben and
Jerry (HD) 9.00 New series. The
90s Greatest: two editions. Key
moments of the 1990s, beginning
with a look at Bill Clinton?s election,
followed by how technology blurred
the boundaries between fantasy
and reality (HD) 10.00?5.00am
Car SOS: seven editions (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am Pawn Stars: Best Of (HD)
9.00 Flipping Vegas (HD) 10.00
Disaster Decks (HD) 11.00 Deck
Wars (HD) 12 noon Storage Wars
(HD) 2.00pm Forged in Fire: ?ve
editions (HD) 7.00 Milwaukee
Blacksmith (HD) 8.00 Swamp
Mysteries: a battle against giant
invasive Burmese pythons (HD)
9.00 Ozzy and Jack?s World
Detour: Ozzy and Jack Osbourne
take a Mars Rover for a spin at
Nasa?s Johnson Space Station (HD)
10.00 The 90s: How They
Changed Our World: worldwide
events between 1989 and 2001 (HD)
Animal Planet
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
6.00am Treehouse Masters: out
on a Limb (HD) 7.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 8.00 Tanked (HD)
9.00 Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD)
4.00pm Dr Dee: Alaska Vet (HD)
5.00 The Vet Life (HD) 6.00
Animal Cribs (HD) 7.00 New.
Scaled (HD) 8.00 Ice Lake Rebels
(HD) 9.00 Flying Wild Alaska (HD)
10.00 Alaska: Surviving the Last
Frontier (HD) 11.00 Biggest &
Baddest (HD) 12 midnight Finding
Bigfoot (AD) (HD) 1.00am Wildest
Islands (HD) 2.00 The Vet Life (HD)
3.00 Animal Cribs (HD) 3.50 Dr Dee:
Alaska Vet (HD) 4.40 E-Vets: the
Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Eden
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
9.00am Wild Canada (S)
1.00pm Frontier Borneo (S)
3.00 Wild Canada (S)
7.00pm Frontier Borneo: four
editions. Moving a group of sharks
to a new home 7.30 An incoming
storm threatens a planned climbing
event on Mount Kinabalu 8.00
Researchers seek elusive wildlife
during a treacherous hike in the
Danum Valley 8.30 The children of
the Bajau Laut reluctantly attend
the new school built for them (S)
9.00 Wild Canada: four editions (S)
1.00am Frontier Borneo (S) 3.00
Wild Canada (S) 5.30?6.00am
Deadly on a Mission: Pole to Pole
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special: We?re All
Friends 6.20 Big Barn Farm 6.35 Baby
Jake 6.45 Teletubbies 7.00 Postman
Pat: SDS 7.15 Bing 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.40 Boj 7.50 Go Jetters 8.05 Octonauts
8.15 Peter Rabbit 8.25 Bitz & Bob 8.40
Bitz & Bob: You Can Do It Too! 8.45
Hey Duggee 8.50 The Furchester Hotel
9.00 as 2pm 9.20 Kazoops 9.30
CBeebies Prom: a Musical Journey;
Swashbuckle Songs 10.25 Magic Door
10.30 Justin?s House 10.55 Andy?s
Prehistoric Adventures 11.10 Do You Know?
11.25 Waf?e the Wonder Dog 11.35 Topsy
and Tim 12 noon Woolly & Tig 12.05pm
I Can Cook on the Go 12.20 Teacup
Travels 12.35 Melody 12.45 Down on
the Farm 1.05 Where in the World?
1.20 My Story 1.35 Ferne and Rory?s
Vet Tales 1.50 Tinga Tinga Tales 2.00
Something Special: We?re All Friends
2.20 Andy?s Baby Animals 2.30 Junk
Rescue 2.45 Bitz & Bob 2.55 Bitz &
Bob: You Can Do It Too! 3.00 Peter
Rabbit 3.15 Go Jetters 3.35 CBeebies
Prom: a Musical Journey 4.30 Magic
Hands 4.40 Treasure Champs 4.55
What?s the Big Idea? 5.05 Gigglebiz
5.15 Jamillah and Aladdin 5.35 Katie
Morag 5.45 Our Family Fun 5.50 Nelly
& Nora 6.00 Clangers 6.10 The
Adventures of Abney & Teal 6.20 In
the Night Garden... 6.50?7.00pm
New. CBeebies Bedtime Stories
CBBC
Sunday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Peppa Pig 6.15 Ben and Holly
6.30 Luo Bao Bei 6.40 Digby Dragon
6.50 Fireman Sam 7.00 Thomas &
Friends 7.15 Bob the Builder 7.25
Rusty Rivets 7.40 Peppa Pig: double
bill 7.55 Ben and Holly 8.05 Paw
Patrol 8.25 New. Nella the Princess
Knight: Sir Coach goes on a quest 8.45
Shimmer and Shine: Leah befriends a
fox 9.00 Pirata and Capitano 9.15
Noddy: Toyland Detective 9.30
Floogals 9.50?10.00am Paw Patrol
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.15 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.25 Danger Mouse 7.35
The Zoo 7.50 Strange Hill High 8.10
Max & Harvey: FOMO 8.25 Marrying
Mum and Dad 9.00 Blue Peter: Sport
Badge Finale 9.30 New. Top Class: two
teams take on the challenge of
answering questions 10.00 The Pets
Factor 10.20 Newsround 10.25
Horrible Histories: Gory Games 10.55
Remotely Funny 11.15 How to Be Epic @
Everything 11.30 Horrible Histories
12 noon Newsround 12.10pm Naomi?s
Nightmares of Nature 12.35 The Pets
Factor 12.55 Blue Peter Bites 1.05
Operation Ouch! 1.30 My Life:
Marvellous Messy Minds 2.00
Newsround 2.10 Secret Life of Boys
4.45 Horrible Histories: Staggering
Storytellers Special: a look at some of
literature?s greatest works 5.15 The
Playlist 5.40 My Life: Champion of the
World 6.10 Top Class 6.40 Gym Stars
7.00 The Dumping Ground 7.30 So
Awkward 8.00 4 o?Clock Club 8.30 The
Next Step 8.55?9.00pm Lifebabble
CITV
203
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Dino Dana 6.10 Super 4 6.35
Make It Pop 6.55 Signed Stories 7.00
Om Nom Stories 7.05 Mr Bean 7.30
ToonMarty 7.55 Thunderbirds 8.55
Haunted Hathaways 9.25 Mr Bean
9.55 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! 10.25
Wishfart 10.55 Pok閙on 11.25 The
Powerpuff Girls 12 noon Transformers
12.25pm Mission Employable 12.30
Haunted Hathaways 1.00 KC Undercover
1.30 Drop Dead Weird 2.00 Scooby-Doo!
Mystery Incorporated 2.30 Mr Bean
3.30 ToonMarty 4.00 Mighty
Magiswords! 4.25 Bagel and Becky
4.55 Horrid Henry 5.25 ToonMarty
5.55 Signed Stories 6.00 Pok閙on
6.25 Transformers 6.55 Wishfart
7.25 Mr Bean 7.55 Haunted Hathaways
8.25 Bear Grylls Survival School
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
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11.00am The House of Magic ????
Charming animation. Murray Blue (2013, U) (S)
12.45pm Anna and the King ??? Heartwarming drama. Jodie Foster, Chow Yun-Fat (1999, 12) (S)
3.35 Speed 2: Cruise Control ??
Action thriller sequel set on a cruise liner.
Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe (1997, PG) (S)
6.00pm Star Trek Into Darkness
Interview Special With JJ Abrams. (S)
6.10 The Abyss ??? A deep-sea
drilling crew is contacted by an unusual
life form in this absorbing sci-? thriller.
Television Sunday
Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (1989, 15) (S)
9.00 Taken 2 ??? Liam Neeson?s
ex-CIA agent is embroiled in another
kidnap plot in this pacey action sequel.
Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen, Rade Serbedzija (2012, 15) (S) (AD)
Exposing the Church
Spotlight 5 BBC iPlayer
FREE TO VIEW
In 2001, The Boston Globe ran a story about a priest
accused of child abuse. After more digging, the paper?s
Spotlight team unearthed a number of similar stories. Their
investigation is brought vividly to life in a serious-minded
drama that sticks mindfully to the facts and is reminiscent
of All the President?s Men. Rightfully winning Oscars for
best picture and screenplay (with Mark Ruffalo and Rachel
McAdams nominated for their performances), Spotlight is
available to stream until Monday 8 October. STEPHEN CARTY
10.50 The Watch ??? This crude but
funny Ben Stiller comedy ?nds the star
fending off an alien invasion. Vince Vaughn,
Jonah Hill, Richard Ayoade, Rosemarie DeWitt (2012, 15) (S) (AD)
12.55?2.55am A Private Function
???? Witty, perceptive comedy. Review,
p40. Michael Palin, Maggie Smith, Denholm Elliott (1984, 15) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am Web of Lies ?? Crime thriller.
Majandra Del?no (2009) 10.50 A Deadly Obsession
?? Crime drama. Katee Sackhoff (2011) 12.35pm
The Lost Medallion: the Adventures of
Billy Stone ?? Sci-? fantasy. Billy Unger
(2013, PG) 2.20 The Rundown ??? Action
comedy. The Rock (2003, 15) 4.25 Charlie?s
Angels ?? Action comedy. Cameron Diaz (2000, 15)
6.30pm Real Steel ?? Mix of sci-?
adventure and family drama. Hugh Jackman (2011, 12)
9.00 The Sixth Sense 5 Spooky
drama. Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment (1999, 15)
11.15 Sniper: Ghost Shooter ?? Standardissue action tosh. Chad Michael Collins, Billy Zane (2016, 15)
1.20am 8mm ?? Mystery thriller. Nicolas Cage,
Joaquin Phoenix (1999, 18) 3.55?5.50am The
Medallion ? Action fantasy. Jackie Chan (2003, PG)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
Anyone for tennis?
p Battle of the Sexes 111 8.00pm Sky Premiere
With the tagline ?He made a bet. She made history,? the
story of tennis?s gender issues are entertainingly outlined
in this colourful take on the historic match between women?s
tennis great Billie Jean King (Emma Stone, see also p120)
and ex-men?s champion Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell). Little
Miss Sunshine directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
keep the tone perky and light, even when exploring Riggs?s
unhappy marriage and King?s extramarital affair with a
hairdresser (Andrea Riseborough). KAREN KRIZANOVICH
Fiennes does funny
The Grand Budapest
Hotel 1111 Net?ix
Wes Anderson?s weird,
wonderful and star-studded
comedy drama arrives on
Net?ix today. Ralph Fiennes
plays the concierge at a
?ve-star establishment
who becomes the prime
suspect when a wealthy
matriarch (Tilda Swinton)
is murdered, in a colourful
yarn that becomes
increasingly wild.
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6.00am They Won?t Believe Me ???
Drama. Robert Young (1947) 7.50 The Avengers
9.50 The Last Blitzkrieg ? Drama. Van
Johnson (1958) 11.35 Storm over the Nile ??
Adventure. (1955, U) 1.50pm Dragon?y Squadron
?? War drama. (1954, U) 3.35 Surface to Air
? Drama. Michael Madsen (1997, 15) 5.25 Marine
Raiders ?? Drama. Robert Ryan, Pat O?Brien (1944)
7.15pm Operation Cross Eagles ??
Second World War adventure. Richard Conte (1968)
9.00 Operation Dunkirk ? Cheaply made
action tale. Ifan Meredith, Kimberley Hews (2017, 15)
11.10pm King Arthur: Excalibur Rising ?
Action fantasy. Adam Byard (2017, 15) 1.10am
Tactical Assault ?? Action thriller. Rutger
Hauer (1998, 15) 2.55?4.00am Mobile Warfare
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
Talking Pictures TV
81
Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.15am It?s a Great Day ?? Comedy. (1955, U)
7.55 London Entertains ?? Documentary.
(1951, U) 8.55 Ring-a-Ding Rhythm! ???
Musical. Helen Shapiro (1961, U) 10.30 Windbag the
Sailor ??? Comedy. Will Hay (1936, U) 12.15pm
David Copper?eld ??? Period drama. Robin
Phillips (1969, U) 2.40 The Smallest Show on
Earth ???? Comedy. Virginia McKenna (1957, U)
4.20 A Tale of Two Cities ??? Period
drama. Dirk Bogarde, Dorothy Tutin, Cecil Parker (1957, U)
6.40pm They Were Sisters ???
Melodrama. Phyllis Calvert, James Mason (1945, U)
9.00 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre
10.10 Capone ??? Slick exploitation
biography. Ben Gazzara, Susan Blakely (1975, 18)
12.10am Between Heaven and Hell ??
Drama. Robert Wagner (1956, PG) 2.00 The Second
Woman ?? Thriller. Robert Young (1951) (S)
3.50?5.35am Up in the World ??
Comedy. Norman Wisdom (1956, U)
Hits
Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am Joyride ??? Action
comedy. (2017, 15) 7.50 Daddy?s
Home Two As 4pm 9.35 All the
Money in the World As 5.45pm
11.55 i Battle of the Sexes As
8pm 2.10pm Insidious: the Last
Key As 10.10pm 4.00 Daddy?s
Home Two ??? Comedy. (2017, 12)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
6.35am 2012 As 4.05pm 9.15
Battleship As 6.45pm 11.30 Fast
& Furious 8 As 9pm 1.50pm
Miami Vice ?? Action thriller. Colin
Farrell, Jamie Foxx (2006, 15) 4.05 2012
??? Disaster movie. John Cusack, Woody
Harrelson (2009, 12) Woody Harrelson?s
view from the sofa, p162.
5.45pm All the Money in the
World ??? Intriguing thriller.
6.45pm Battleship ???
Wanton destruction and dumb
fun abound in this alien-invasion
tale based on the board game.
Mark Wahlberg, Michelle Williams (2017, 15)
8.00 i Battle of the Sexes
??? Entertaining drama about
a controversial 1973 mixed-sex
tennis match. Choice, left. Emma
Taylor Kitsch, Liam Neeson, Rihanna (2012, 12)
Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough (2017, 12)
9.00 Fast & Furious 8 ????
It?s Vin Diesel v his crew in this
turbo-driven spectacular. Dwayne
10.10 Insidious: the Last Key
??? Gritty ghost story that
brings the fear franchise full
circle. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
11.20 Happy Death Day ???
Groundhog Day is reworked into
this horror fantasy. Jessica Rothe (2017, 15)
12 midnight Hostiles ????
Western adventure. (2017, 15) 2.15am
Pyewacket ???? Horror. (2017, 15)
3.50 Night Owls ??? Comedy
drama. (2015) 5.30 Moana Special
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
1.05am Miami Vice As 1.50pm
3.25 Edward Scissorhands
5 Fantasy. Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder
(1990, PG) 5.20 Mune: Guardian of
the Moon ??? Animated
adventure. Joshua J Ballard (2014, PG)
Greats
Sky 310 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.00am As 3.30pm 8.40 As
6.05pm 10.35 As 8pm 12.45pm
The Bridge on the River Kwai
5 Classic Second World War
epic. William Holden, Alec Guinness (1957, PG)
3.30 The Guns of Navarone
???? Classic wartime adventure.
Gregory Peck, David Niven, Anthony Quinn (1961, PG)
6.05pm Shallow Hal ???
Oddly gentle comedy from the
Farrelly brothers. Jack Black, Gwyneth
Paltrow, Jason Alexander, Joe Viterelli (2001, 12)
8.00 Men of Honor ???
Absorbing action drama based
on a true story. Robert De Niro, Cuba
Gooding Jr, Charlize Theron, Aunjanue Ellis (2000, 15)
10.15 K-19: the Widowmaker
?? Workmanlike submarine
thriller based on a true story.
Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson, Peter Sarsgaard (2002, 12)
12.35am Serpico ????
Fascinating police thriller. Al Pacino
(1973, 18) 2.55 Videodrome ????
Horror thriller. James Woods (1982, 18)
4.35 The Thomas Crown Affair
??? Crime caper. Steve McQueen (1968, PG)
Comedy
Johnson, Charlize Theron, Jason Statham (2017, 12)
Action
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Batman ???? Action
fantasy. (1989, 15) 8.20 Batman
Returns ???? Fantasy. (1992, 15)
10.40 Batman Forever ????
Action fantasy. (1995, PG) 12.55pm
Batman and Robin ?? Action.
(1997, PG) 3.15 The Dark Knight
5 Epic fantasy. (2008, 12)
6.00pm Catwoman ??
Lacklustre spin-off from the
Batman franchise. Halle Berry (2004, 12)
8.00 Gone in Sixty Seconds
?? Car-jacking crime drama.
Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi, Delroy
Lindo, Christopher Eccleston (2000, 15)
10.00 Machete ??? Danny
Trejo is out for revenge in this
entertainingly over-the-top mix
of deadpan laughs and bloody
action. Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro (2010, 18)
12 midnight Catwoman As 6pm
2.00am Gone in Sixty Seconds
As 8pm 4.05 The Karate Kid III
? Daft martial arts adventure.
Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki ?Pat? Morita (1989, PG)
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.30am Final Score Special 7.00
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
???? (2000, 12) 9.00 The Back-Up
Plan ?? (2010, 12) 10.50 Nutty
Professor 2: the Klumps ???
(2000, 12) 12.40pm As 8pm 2.15
Sweet Home Alabama ?? (2002, 12)
4.10 Going in Style ??? (2016, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.50am Vantage Point ?? (2008, 12)
8.35 Get Rich or Die Tryin? ??
Crime drama. (2005, 15) 10.40 As 7pm
12.40pm Split ??? Horror. James
McAvoy (2017, 15) 2.40 Vanilla Sky ??
Romantic fantasy thriller. Tom Cruise
(2001, 15) 5.00 Road to Perdition
???? Period drama. Tom Hanks (2002, 15)
5.55pm My Cousin Vinny
???? Enjoyable ?sh-out-of-water
comedy. Joe Pesci, Marisa Tomei (1992, 15)
8.00 Snatched ??? Witty
comedy. Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn (2017, 15)
9.35 Pineapple Express ???
Fast-paced action crime comedy
from the makers of Superbad.
7.00pm Murder on the Orient
Express ???? Lavish retelling
of the classic Agatha Christie novel.
Kenneth Branagh, Michelle Pfeiffer, Johnny Depp (2017, 12)
Terrence J, Cassie Ventura (2016, 15)
9.00 The Town ????
Brooding crime yarn about a
bank robber who compromises
his gang after falling for one of
their hostages. Ben Af?eck (2010, 15)
11.10 Road House ???
Gloriously brainless action
drama. Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch (1989, 18)
1.15am Br黱o ??? Spoof
documentary. Sacha Baron Cohen (2009, 18)
2.45 Little Man ? Comedy.
Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans (2006, 12) 4.30
Clue ?? Period comedy. Tim Curry,
1.05am The French Connection
5 Crime drama. Gene Hackman
(1971, 18) 2.50 Get Rich or Die
Tryin? As 8.35am 4.50 Angel
Flight Down ?? Drama. Patricia
Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd (1985, PG)
Kalember, David Charvet, Christopher Atkins (1996)
Seth Rogen, James Franco (2008, 18)
11.30 The Perfect Match ??
Predictable romantic drama.
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SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
Disney
Family
Sky 304 Virgin 435 BT 503 HD Virgin 405
6.10am As 4.35pm 7.50 As 6.15pm
9.35 As 8pm 11.35 Toy Story
5 Comedy. Tom Hanks (1995, PG)
1.05pm Toy Story 2 5
Adventure. Tom Hanks (1999, U) 2.45
Toy Story 3 5 Adventure.
Tom Hanks (2010, U) 4.35 Brave ????
Pixar fairy tale. Kelly Macdonald (2012, PG)
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.25am Cats & Dogs ?? Comedy
fantasy. Jeff Goldblum (2001, PG) 8.00 As
4.30pm 9.35 As 6.05pm 11.30
Cop and a Half: New Recruit ??
Comedy adventure. Lou Diamond Phillips,
Lulu Wilson (2017, PG) 1.10pm As 8pm
2.45 As 9.35pm 4.30 Storks ???
Animated comedy. Andy Samberg (2016, U)
6.15pm WALL-E 5
Enchanting animated sci-? tale
about a lonely robot who ?nds
love with another droid. Ben Burtt,
6.05pm Sing ???? Surprisingly
heartfelt animated comedy.
Elissa Knight, Sigourney Weaver (2008, U)
8.00 The Incredibles 5
Witty, sophisticated, comic-bookstyle animated adventure. Craig T
Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L Jackson (2004, U)
12 midnight College Road Trip ?
Comedy. (2008, U) 1.35am The Little
Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
??? Musical. (2000, U) 3.00 The
Little Mermaid: Ariel?s Beginning
??? (2008, U) 4.30 As 10pm
Drama
8.00 The Haunted Mansion ??
Comedy horror based on Disney?s
theme-park ride. Eddie Murphy (2003, PG)
9.35 Hocus Pocus ??? Evil
witches return to cause mayhem.
Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker (1993, PG)
11.15 Aquamarine ?? Mermaid
comedy. Emma Roberts, Joanna ?JoJo?
Levesque, Sara Paxton, Jake McDorman (2006, PG)
1.10am As 11.30am 2.55 Muppets
from Space ???? Colourful
comedy. F Murray Abraham, Ray Liotta, Andie
MacDowell (1999, U) 4.35 Scooby-Doo
?? Mystery comedy adventure.
Freddie Prinze Jr, Matthew Lillard (2002, PG)
Sky-Fi
Sky 303 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.00am As 2.40pm 8.00 The
Black Hole ??? Sci-? adventure.
5.50pm Marshall ??? A legal
hotshot ?ghts racial prejudice in
the 1940s in this decent courtroom
drama. Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad (2017, 15)
8.00 Hope Floats ??
Old-fashioned romantic comedy
drama. Sandra Bullock, Harry Connick Jr, Gena
6.30pm Rogue One ???? In
this thrilling Star Wars prequel, the
Rebels capture Death Star plans.
10.00 Christine ??? Thoughtprovoking dramatisation of a
Florida newscaster?s on-air suicide
in 1974. Rebecca Hall, Michael C Hall (2016, 15)
12.10am Wall Street ????
Stylish morality tale. Michael Douglas,
Charlie Sheen (1987, 15) 2.25 Aftermath
??? Thriller. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Scoot
McNairy (2017, 15) 4.10 Wheeler ??
Drama. Stephen Dorff (2017, PG)
Westerns
Maximilian Schell, Anthony Perkins (1979, PG)
9.40 As 6.30pm 12 noon As 9pm
2.40pm Galaxy Quest 5
Sci-? spoof. Tim Allen (1999, PG) 4.30
Total Recall ??? Sci-? action
thriller. Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale (2012, 12)
Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn (2016, 12)
9.00 Terminator 2: Judgment
Day 5 Ground-breaking
sci-? action thriller from Avatar
director James Cameron. Arnold
Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton (1991, 15)
11.45 Event Horizon ???
Gruesome but gripping sci-?
horror. Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill (1997, 18)
1.30am Total Recall As 4.30pm
3.40 20,000 Leagues under the
Sea ???? Jules Verne?s fantasy
saga. Kirk Douglas, James Mason (1954, U)
TCM
Sky 311 Virgin 442 BT 510 HD Virgin 412
6.00am As 1.25pm 8.10 Return
of the Magni?cent Seven ???
Western. (1966, PG) 9.50 As 4.30am
11.40 The Magni?cent Seven
Ride! ??? Western. (1972, PG)
1.25pm The Magni?cent Seven
5 Western. (1960, PG) 3.35
El Dorado 5 Western. (1967, PG)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
7.55am The Searchers 5
Western. (1956, U) 10.20 How the West
Was Won ???? Western. (1962, PG)
1.25pm Colt .45 ??? Western.
Randolph Scott (1950, U) 3.00 Robbers?
Roost ?? Western. George Montgomery
(1955) 4.45 Man of the West
???? Western. Gary Cooper (1958, 12)
5.45pm Hostiles ???? An
army captain is ordered to protect
the Cheyenne chief who killed
his men. Christian Bale, Wes Studi (2017, 15)
8.00 City Slickers ????
Lively comedy western in which
three city types head off on a
cattle drive. Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern (1991, 15)
10.00 Django Unchained ????
Quentin Tarantino?s audacious
western mash-up. Jamie Foxx, Christoph
6.45pm Jeremiah Johnson
??? Meditative, majestically shot
western adventure. Robert Redford (1972, PG)
9.00 Pale Rider ???
Handsome, mystical western
that?s a blend of Shane and High
Plains Drifter. Clint Eastwood (1985, 15)
11.20 McCabe and Mrs Miller
???? Robert Altman is on form
with this bleak western about a
gambler and his madam
girlfriend. Warren Beatty, Julie Christie (1971, 15)
Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L Jackson (2012, 18)
12.50am Gun?ght at the OK
Corral ???? Western. Burt Lancaster,
Kirk Douglas (1957, PG) 2.55 Texas Blood
?? Drama. Jon Voight (2016, PG) 4.30
Guns of the Magni?cent Seven
?? Western. George Kennedy (1969, PG)
A
(
1.50am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 3.45 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors 4.40 Off Set
5.00 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
TCM +1 Sky 316 Virgin 417
Ryder Cup 9.30am Sky
Ryder Cup/Main Event Fierce
competitor Rory McIlroy
Sky Main Event
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
6.00am Golf: Ryder Cup
9.30 LIVE Golf: Ryder Cup
The ?nal day at Le Golf
National near Paris. See p62.
5.00pm LIVE Ryder Cup Closing
Ceremony The ?nal formalities.
5.30 Ryder Cup Verdict
6.30 LIVE NFL The ?rst of three
American football games tonight;
9.00 Another live NFL contest.
12.45am NFL 1.00 My Icon
1.10 LIVE NFL Pittsburgh Steelers
v Baltimore Ravens (kick-off 1.20).
a
5.00?6.00am Sky Sports News
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
6.00am FGreatest Games 7.00 Football
League 9.00 Greatest Games 9.30
The Sunday Supplement 11.00 Football
League 11.30 Greatest Games
1.00pm LIVE Scottish Football
Livingston v Rangers in the
Premiership (kick-off 1.30).
4.00 SPFL Greatest Games
6.00 LIVE Major League Soccer
New York Red Bulls v Atlanta United.
8.05 Football League: goals
round-up 9.35 Football League
Greatest Games 10.00 MLS
10.10 LIVE Major League Soccer
Sporting Kansas City v Real Salt Lake.
12.15am Football League 1.45 Greatest
Games 2.00 Greatest Players (AD)
2.30 Greatest Games 3.00 Football
Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00 Greatest
Games 5.00 Greatest Players (AD)
5.30?6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Ryder Cup
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am Ryder Cup 8.30 Ryde Cup
Verdict 9.00 Ryder Cup Tips
9.30 LIVE Ryder Cup The third
and ?nal day of Europe v USA
at Le Golf National near Paris,
12 singles matches. See page 62.
5.00pm LIVE Ryder Cup Closing
Ceremony The ?nal formalities.
a
5.30 Ryder Cup Verdict 6.30 Ryder
Cup 9.00 Ryder Cup Verdict 10.00
Ryder Cup 5.00am Ryder Cup Tips
5.30?6.00am Ryder Cup Memories
Sky F1
Sky 406 Virgin 516 HD Virgin 506
12.05?2.30pm LIVE Russian
Grand Prix The 16th round (start
time 12.10), from the Sochi Autodrom.
FreeSports
Freeview 95 Freesat 252 Sky 422 Virgin 553
7.00?9.00pm LIVE Rallycross
The World RX of USA, round ten.
BT Sport 1
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
Sky 413 Virgin 531 BT 408 HD Virgin 527 BT 430
6.00am Premier League Football
9.00 100 Club 9.30 The Sunday
Supplement 11.00 Goals on Sunday
12.30pm Best Goals
6.00am Australian Rules Football
8.00 Rugby Union 10.00 French
Football 12 noon Champions League
Magazine 12.30pm Rugby Union
3.30 LIVE Premier League
Football Cardiff City v Burnley
(kick-off 4.00).
2.30 LIVE Rugby Union
Leicester Tigers v Sale Sharks in
the Premiership (kick-off 3.00).
5.15 In Focus 5.45 MotorRacing
7.45 LIVE French Football Lille v
Marseille in Ligue 1 (kick-off 8.00).
6.30 100 Club 7.00 Best Goals 7.30
Premier League Football 8.00 100 Club
8.30 Goals on Sunday 10.00 Premier
League Football 10.30 Best Goals 11.30
Premier League Football 12 midnight
Best Goals 1.30 Premier League Football
4.30 Best Goals 5.30?6.00am 100
Club
Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon (2016, U)
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
6.00am The Top Ten Show 6.20
Kramer vs Kramer ???? Drama.
Dustin Hoffman (1979, PG) 8.10 Dead Poets
Society ???? Period drama. Robin
Williams (1989, PG) 10.25 The Color Purple
???? Period drama. Whoopi Goldberg
(1985, 15) 1.05pm As 8pm 3.05 Ray
???? Musical. Jamie Foxx (2004, 15)
Rowlands, Mae Whitman, Michael Par� (1998, PG)
Sky Premier League
Sky Cricket
Sky 404 Virgin 514 HD Virgin 504
6.00am Ashes Greats 7.00 Greatest
Games 8.00 Masterclass
8.55 LIVE International One-Day
Cricket South Africa v Zimbabwe
in Kimberley, ?rst of three matches.
5.00pm International One-Day Cricket
8.00 Cricket in Mumbai 9.00 International
One-Day Cricket 10.00 Cricket in
Mumbai 11.00 International One-Day
Cricket 2.00am World Cup Classics
3.00 Masterclass 4.00 Greatest Games
5.00?6.00am Ashes Greats
Sky Action
Sky 407 Virgin 517 HD Virgin 507
6.00am Boxing Gold 7.00 Great
Sporting Moments 7.30 International
Rugby Union 8.30 Boxing Gold 9.00
NFL: a Football Life 9.55 NFL Gameday
10.25 Darts 10.55 NFL Gameday
11.25 French Rugby Union
1.15pm Darts Gold 1.30 International
Rugby Union 4.00 Darts
5.00 LIVE NFL First of three
American football games tonight;
9.00 Another live NFL contest.
12.45am NFL 1.00 My Icon
1.10 LIVE NFL Pittsburgh Steelers
v Baltimore Ravens (kick-off 1.20).
5.00?5.30am Boxing Gold
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
6.00am Greats (AD) 7.00 Super League
7.15 Wrestling 8.00 Super League 8.15
Great Moments 8.30 Wrestling
9.30 LIVE NRL Coverage of the
Grand Final in Sydney.
12 noon Super League Gold (AD)
12.15pm Great Moments 12.30
Super League 12.45 Great Moments
1.00 Super League Gold (AD) 1.15
Super League 1.30 Great Moments
1.45 Wrestling
3.45 LIVE French Rugby Union
Stade Fran鏰is v Racing 92.
5.35 Rugby Union Greatest Games
5.45 Super League 6.00 NFL
Redzone 6.30 Darts
7.00 LIVE Darts The Grand Prix
of Darts, day one from Dublin.
12 midnight NFL Redzone 1.00am
NRL 2.00 Records 2.30 Super
League Gold (AD) 3.00 Records
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis
The ATP Japan Open, day one.
Continues until 12 noon.
10.00 Non-League Football 10.30
Rugby Union 1.00am Motorcycling 30
Non-League Football 2.00 Sailing
3.00?5.30am Rugby Union
BT Sport 2
Sky 414 Virgin 532 BT 409 HD Virgin 528 BT 431
6.00am German Football 7.00 Premier
League Football 10.00 Premier League
Tonight 11.00 German Football
12.30pm LIVE German Football
Hamburg SV v St Pauli (kick-off
12.30), Bundesliga 2 action;
2.30 Eintracht Frankfurt v Hannover
in the Bundesliga (kick-off 2.30).
4.30 Champions League Magazine
5.00 LIVE German Football
FC Augsburg v SC Freiburg.
7.00 Europa League Magazine
8.00 LIVE Major League Baseball
Coverage of a regular-season game.
11.00 Major League Baseball 12 midnight
Outdoor Sports Show 12.30am Motor
Racing 1.30 Rallying 2.30 Motor Racing
3.00 The Grid 3.30 Champions League
Review 4.30 Motorcycling 5.00?
6.00am Motor Racing
BT Sport 3
Sky 417 Virgin 533 BT 410 HD Virgin 529 BT 432
5.30am LIVE Tennis Day two of
the WTA China Open in Beijing.
More live action at 12.30pm.
11.30 Sailing
12.30pm LIVE Tennis Further play
from day two of the WTA China Open.
4.30 Motorcycling 5.30 Rallying
6.00 LIVE Canadian Football
League Alouettes v Roughriders.
Sunday Television
10.00 Bedknobs and
Broomsticks ??? Endearing
musical fantasy. Angela Lansbury (1971, U)
SPORT Choices
9.00 German Football 1.30?6.00am
French Football
BT Sport//ESPN
Sky 423 Virgin 534 BT 411 HD Virgin 530 BT 433
6.30am Major League Baseball 6.30
BT Reload 6.45 Major League Baseball
9.45 LIVE Motorcycling
CEV International Championship,
round six in Jerez.
1.45pm BT Sport Reload
2.00 LIVE French Football
Rennes v Toulouse (kick-off 2.00);
4.00 Montpellier v N頼es (k/o 4.00).
6.00 Drag Racing 7.00 American
Football
8.00 LIVE Major League Baseball
Coverage of a regular-season game.
11.00 Major League Baseball 1.00am
Poker 3.00?6.00am American Football
Eurosport 2
Sky 411 Virgin 524 BT 413 HD Virgin 522 BT 436
6.55am Motorcycling
Eurosport 1
Sky 410 Virgin 523 BT 412 HD Virgin 521 BT 435
6.55am LIVE Snooker The ?nal
of the China Championship in
Guangzhou. More at 12.25pm.
10.00 Table Tennis 11.45 Snooker
12.25pm LIVE Snooker The
concluding frames in China.
3.30 LIVE Motor Racing
The 3 Hours of Barcelona.
5.15 Cycling 7.30 Cyclo-Cross 8.30
British Superbikes 10.00 World
Superbikes 11.00?1.00am Archery
7.00 LIVE Motor Racing World
Touring Cars from Chuanxiao, China.
9.00 Motorcycling
9.15 LIVE Cycling Stage two of
the Tour of Almaty in Kazakhstan.
10.30 LIVE British Superbikes
Round 11 at Assen, featuring race one.
2.15pm LIVE World Superbikes
Race two at Magny-Cours.
3.15 LIVE British Superbikes
Race two in round 11 at Assen.
5.30 World Superbikes 7.00 Snooker
9.00 Motocross 10.00 Snooker
12 midnight Eurosport News 12.30am
Cycling 4.30?6.00am World Superbikes
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MONDAY Choices
The pick of today?s TV
RUBBISH LEGACY
Television Monday
Liz Bonnin investigates the
plague of plastic detritus
littering our oceans
PICK OF THE DAY
Drowning in Plastic 8.30pm BBC1
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK Liz Bonnin explores the huge problem of
plastic waste choking the world?s rivers and oceans in a one-off special that
is almost too distressing to watch. In the opening scenes, she joins rescue
teams in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand as they help
seabirds whose parents have unwittingly fed them plastic: the record is 260
pieces (often bits of bottle tops) in the stomach of a single shearwater chick.
Bonnin also witnesses a mile-long raft of plastic waste on an Indonesian river
Who Do You Think
You Are?
Decoding the
Weather Machine
Monkman and Seagull?s
Genius Guide to Britain
2.45pm BBC2
7.50pm PBS America
8.00pm BBC2
DAYTIME CHOICE Jerry Hall reckons
?the pioneering spirit is in my genes?.
But although she knows that her
family started out in Oldham,
Lancashire, before emigrating to
Texas, and that her great-grandmother
had the exotic name of Parthenia,
she knows little else.
Tracing the movements of her
pioneer ancestors in this edition from
2015, she learns they were farmers,
often ?ghting native Americans to
hang on to their newly acquired land.
The trip brings out the Texan in her.
The drawl gets more pronounced
and the out?ts change from raincoat
and ?at shoes in drizzly Oldham
to Stetson and cowboy shirt in
Kentucky. JANE RACKHAM
72
and sees whales in New England caught in ?shing gear.
There are more positive stories, too ? including fascinating attempts to
clean up our oceans using a sort of giant Pac-Man. But then she hits us with
another dizzying statistic, such as the fact that every minute around the
world we buy a million plastic bottles and two million plastic bags. In the end,
the picture is overwhelming, almost despair-inducing, but as Bonnin says,
almost weeping, ?This is real. This is what?s going on.? DAVID BUTCHER
DOCUMENTARY It?s a shame
m
that this wide-ranging ?lm on
climate change is scheduled against
a BBC1 programme about a different,
daunting environmental issue.
Inevitably, fewer viewers will see this
US-made production, but as a useful
overview full of back-to-basics
science, it?s worth seeking out.
The ?rst section sets out the case
for climate change caused by human
activity: ?We?re poking at the climate
system with a long, sharp, carbontipped spear,? says one scientist.
The second part looks in detail at that
system; the third explores possible
solutions. ?It?s a planetary crisis,? says
one contributor, ?but we?re clever
enough to think our way out.? DB
DOCUMENTARY Eric and Bobby
continue their tour of the inventionthemed attractions of Northern
Ireland. After learning about the
birth of the ?ghter-plane ejector
seat and looking at a 19th-century
telescope in Armagh that helped to
map the cosmos, the egghead pals
visit an Enniskillen barber shop that?s
also a railway museum. And they
take a trip on the Nomadic, the
smaller craft that ferried excited
passengers to the waiting Titanic.
It?s all jolly, but M&S are a dif?dent
pair. You know how presenters build
a slightly cheesy rapport with the
experts who explain things? Cheesy
chat is, it turns out, better than
awkward pauses. JACK SEALE
Black Earth Rising
9.00pm BBC2
DRAMA Tonight, we begin with
what feels like an ending. That
French general comes clean over the
conspiracy to frame Alice Munezero.
Suddenly that whole storyline is
tidied away ? where to next?
The answer brings in more rafts of
exposition and quirky dialogue. But
for actual meaty drama we have to
wait for a new character, a sneering
creep played by? Hugo Blick. Yes,
not content with writing, producing
and directing the series, Blick has
nabbed one of the best roles, too,
as a war criminal?s lawyer, swapping
legal trash-talk with Michael
(John Goodman).
It puts the latter in a quandary:
?My moral compass is spinning so fast
Chuck Yeager would bail out.? DB
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
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MONDAY 1 OCTOBER
Soaps love a happy/sad counterpoint.
You know the type of thing: there?s
a birthday in the pub, but a murder is
being committed next door. Someone
passes their driving test, but a beloved
pet ends up under the wheels of a car.
Well, Emmerdale (7pm ITV) is now
doing the mother of all merry/tragic
contrasts. We end the week with Robert
and Aaron?s big wedding (see Friday
for more of that), but we start in the
hospital delivery room, where Aaron?s
mum Chas has to say goodbye to the
TODAY IN SOAPLAND
baby girl she?s just given birth to. As
partner Paddy starts to imagine a trip
away with their daughter, viewers can
expect Emmerdale to depict his and
Chas?s grief using unusual (and
heartbreaking) means.
Meanwhile, it?s the ?rst day of the
Minor Surgery Unit on Doctors (1.45pm
BBC1) and Heston is very excited. Well,
wouldn?t you be? An ingrowing toenail,
a ganglion cyst, a lesion! Sign me up.
Where do I go to take that Hippocratic
Oath? DAVID BROWN
Joel & Nish vs the World
QI
9.00pm ITV
9.00pm Comedy Central
10.00pm BBC2 (N Ireland: 11.15pm)
DRAMA Hapless Jonah (John Simm)
COMEDY This travelogue always
QUIZ Former shadow Chancellor
has bad dreams about his murdered
wife, who sends him creepy messages
in his sleep along the lines of ?He got
me and now he?ll get you?. But Jonah
won?t heed any warnings and keeps
running headlong into trouble in
Hong Kong. Maybe he?s found an ally
in that enigmatic PR chief Rachel
(Raquel Cassidy). And maybe she
isn?t all she seems.
Everything is thrown into the mix in
this messy thriller including, inevitably,
triad gangs. There?s also something
about illegal ?shing, bribery and
corruption. But worst of all is a
journalist who messily eats cereal
as he talks to a contact on his
mobile phone. Unforgivable.
?nds a good balance between
curiosity and hilarity, mainly because
Joel Dommett and Nish Kumar never
disrespect the unusual people they?ve
travelled thousands of miles to meet.
Quite the reverse: they?re in awe,
making jokes at their own expense.
This week they?re on Sado Island,
Japan, to train with the Kodo ? an
elite group of drummers, playing the
physically demanding taiko. The boys
try sitting on a hard ?oor, hitting the
4ft drum between their legs for as
long as possible while staying upright
by using their abdominal muscles.
Nish, a shambling slob of a man,
is soon in agony (?My whole body
caught on ?re?); Joel, a sculpted
workout addict, is soon in agony. JS
Ed Balls continues in his mission to
hoover up BBC light-entertainment
formats as the latest new guest on QI,
where he kicks things off with a
remarkable pig impression that he
de?nitely should have shoehorned
into a Strictly routine somehow.
And of course, as he and fellow
panellists Johnny Vegas, Sara Pascoe
and Alan Davies grapple with themed
questions about ?parts? (of the
human variety), he endures some
good-natured ribbing about his own
name ? even when it comes to the
noise his buzzer makes.
He?s as good value as ever,
especially when he explains how
a paunch actually helped him with
ballroom dancing? HUW FULLERTON
ALISON GRAHAM
Travel Man:
48 Hours in Milan
The best of streaming
and catch-up
The Plague
iPlayer (ep 1 & 2 expire today)
Give thanks for modern
medicine, law and sanitation
as you dive into a Spanish
drama that pushes historical
?lth and brutality towards
their limit. We?re in a
convincingly rendered
16th-century Seville, where
there?s mystery and murder
to go with all the (black)
death, and ?nely measured
storytelling beneath all the
blood, grime and general
unpleasantness.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Paprika
10.20am Disney Junior (Sky
607, Virgin 727), DisneyLife
Monday Television
Strangers
DISCOVER TV
Meet Olivia and Stan, a
colourfully animated pair of
twins who turn ordinary life
into big adventures. First,
they build a space rocket. JS
BEST LIVE SPORT
8.30pm C4
TRAVEL Morgana Robinson joins
STYLE AND SUBSTANCE
? Premier League Football:
AFC Bournemouth v Crystal
Palace 7pm (k/o 8pm) Sky
Premier League/Main Event
Cherries mid?elder Ryan Fraser
has had a hot start to the season
with goals and assists.
? Tennis: WTA China Open,
day three 5.30am BT Sport 1
? Grand Prix of Darts, day two
7pm Sky Action More ?rst-round
matches from Dublin.
q FILM OF THE DAY
The Swimmer
9.00pm Talking Pictures TV
Ned Merrill (Burt Lancaster)
swims home via a series of
pools, which becomes a journey
of self-discovery. See page 42
GETTY
Richard Ayoade and
Morgana Robinson explore
designer shopping in Milan
Richard Ayoade to explore that ?hotbed
of ?nance, fash, football and foodstuff?.
Yes, it?s a Milanese mini-break where
the pair manage to squeeze in a few of
Italy?s cultural experiences amid
Ayoade?s avalanche of stats.
Of course, they take an irreverent
look at that ?famous, ?aky fresco? of
Leonardo da Vinci?s, which leads them
to consider what they?d like to eat
for their last supper. And they visit
what?s apparently the third largest
cathedral in the world.
However, Robinson?s highlights
include the smallest cocktail bar in
the world (where you must tell a story
before the mixologist serves you a
personalised alcoholic concoction) and
a pasta-making class (where Ayoade
suggests the chef could make a killing if
she could do alphabetti spaghetti).
So you like the comestibles, Ayoade
asks a confused Robinson. ?The quaf?ng
and the troughing,? he explains. The
man?s a poet as well as a statistician. JR
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BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Louise Minchin, Dan Walker. (S) (HD)
9.15 New series. Rip-Off Britain The consumer
affairs show returns with an expos� of delivery drivers?
cavalier attitudes to customers? packages. (S) (HD)
10.00 Homes under the Hammer Properties in
Tonbridge, Wolverhampton and Staffordshire. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 A1: Britain?s Longest Road A beer tanker
suffers a blowout. Repeated tomorrow 6.30am BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 Close Calls: on Camera The story of a teacher
who became trapped in a mudslide. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15pm Bargain Hunt Two teams compete at the
Mona Showground on Anglesey. (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
1.45 Doctors It?s the ?rst day of the Minor Surgery
Unit. Karen continues to look for James. (S) (AD) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 73
2.15 Chase the Case Strategic game show hosted
by Dan Walker. Repeated tomorrow 7.15am BBC2 (S) (HD)
3.00 Escape to the Country A buyer wishing to return
to her roots looks for a home in Hampshire. (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Garden Rescue A savannah-style garden to
remind a couple of their old African home. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.30?5.15 Antiques Road Trip Philip Serrell and
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BBC2
6.00am An Island Parish: Shetland The islanders
gear up for the summer?s biggest festival. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 A1: Britain?s Longest Road The traf?c cops
deal with a stranded pony. Shown last Friday BBC1 (S) (HD)
7.15 Chase the Case Shown last Friday BBC1 (S) (HD)
8.00?9.00 Sign Zone Back in Time for the Factory 2/5
The time-travelling factory workers move on to 1973. (R) (S) (AD)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire Current affairs. (S) (HD)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S) (HD)
11.45 Politics Live Coverage of the Conservative
Party conference. Highlights 11.15pm. (S) (HD)
1.00pm For What It?s Worth With Fern Britton. (R) (S) (HD)
1.45 Canoeing Highlights of the Canoe Slalom World
Championships from Rio de Janeiro. (S) (HD)
2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? Jerry Hall traces
her relatives and discovers why they moved from
Lancashire to Texas. See page 72. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Spring: Earth?s Seasonal Secrets Following
swifts embarking on a marathon journey. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
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6.00am Good Morning Britain (S) (HD)
8.30 Lorraine Guests chat with Lorraine Kelly. (S) (HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Bitter battles. (S) (HD)
10.30 This Morning Including Regional Weather (S) (HD)
12.30pm Loose Women Jeremy Kyle guests. (S) (HD)
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2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime Stories Robert Rinder
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forced to work as a slave. (R) (S) (HD)
3.00 Tenable A family of ?ve from Bath take part in
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4.00?5.00 Tipping Point Game show. (S) (HD)
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7.40 Everybody Loves Raymond Triple bill. (R) (S)
9.05 Frasier Two episodes of the sitcom. (R) (S) (AD)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA Boston Market?s chief
brand of?cer goes under cover. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA A failing
Mediterranean restaurant. (R) (S) 12 noon News (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me There?s Jamaican grub
and a gravity-defying dessert in East Sussex. (R) (S) (HD)
1.05 A New Life in the Sun A Norfolk couple move
their soap-making business to southern Spain. (R) (S) (HD)
2.10 Countdown Richard Madeley guests. (S) (HD)
3.00 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole and Simon
O?Brien visit Swindon and Chippenham. (S) (HD)
4.00?5.00 A Place in the Sun A London couple look
for a property on the Orihuela Costa in Spain. (S) (HD)
BBC1
BBC2
Drowning in
Plastic 8.30pm
All at sea: Liz
Bonnin reports on
the threat to the
world?s oceans
Black Earth
Rising 9.00pm
The aftermath
of Alice?s trial
leads to tensions
for Kate (left)
5.15pm Pointless
5.15pm Flog It!
6.00 BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
6.30 Regional news magazines (S)
7.00 The One Show
6.00 Letterbox
Quiz presented by Alexander Armstrong. (S) (HD)
With Matt Baker and Alex Jones. (S) (HD)
7.30 Inside Out 5/9
LONDON Chris Rogers investigates whether being a
delivery driver is the capital?s most dangerous job.
SOUTH EAST Featuring a report on the Sussex
students studying for a degree in wine-making.
SOUTH Following the journey of ?ve rescued circus
tigers as they are driven to Isle of Wight Zoo.
SOUTH WEST An investigation into how mentalhealth-related call-outs are impacting policing.
WEST Sabet Choudhury investigates the hidden
world of private homeless hostels.
WEST MIDLANDS A report on problems with some of
Britain?s bestselling cars. Ayo Akinwolere presents.
EAST MIDLANDS Keeley Donovan meets some
Ford customers whose car?s engines have failed.
EAST David Whiteley is in Peterborough to see how
an art battle is packing out a pub in the city.
YORKSHIRE/LINCOLNSHIRE Keeley Donovan meets
some Ford customers whose engines have failed.
NORTH EAST/CUMBRIA Chris Mason investigates
what Brexit will mean for nuclear industries.
NORTH WEST Chris Mason investigates the impact
Brexit will have on the nuclear industry. (S)
At the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, Mark
Stacey gets excited about two scent bottles. (R) (S) (HD)
Mel Giedroyc hosts the show in which contestants go
head to head to crack a series of passwords. (S) (HD)
6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two
Zoe Ball is joined by the ?rst couple to be eliminated
and Natalie Lowe offers her opinions. (S) (HD)
7.00 Sam and Shauna?s Big Cook Out
4/4. Sam and Shauna celebrate the volunteers of
the Brecon Mountain Rescue team with a South
American gaucho-style feast of lamb and potatoes.
Executive producers Matthew Tune and Liz Lloyd-Grif?ths
First shown on BBC1 Wales (S) (HD)
7.30 Great British Menu
Three chefs from Northern Ireland compete for a
place in the ?nal. For his starter Tommy Heaney tries
to elevate a breakfast to ?ne-dining standards. (S) (HD)
8.00 Monkman and Seagull?s Genius
Guide to Britain
3/4. Northern Ireland. Eric Monkman and Bobby
aSeagull
continue their road trip in Northern
Ireland with a look at a piece of aviation history ? the
ejector seat. The duo then head west to see the Armagh
Observatory, before visiting Enniskillen, home to a
railway museum inside a barber shop. See page 72.
Series director Samuel Palmer; Series producer Merle Currie (S) (HD)
8.30 University Challenge
8.00 EastEnders
St Peter?s College, Oxford, take on Pembroke College,
Cambridge. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Writer Bo Poraj Cast Thursday/Friday (S) (AD) (HD)
Director Tracey Rooney; Producers Irene Daniels and Peter Gwyn (S) (HD)
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
9.00 Black Earth Rising
Linda makes a confession.
8.30 Drowning in Plastic
waste is devastating the Earth?s oceans,
aPlastic
but can the tide be turned back before it?s too
late? Liz Bonnin travels to a remote island off the
coast of Australia where newly hatched ?esh-footed
shearwater chicks, unable to regurgitate effectively,
are ?lling up on deadly plastic. She also visits the Coral
Triangle that stretches from Papua New Guinea to
the Solomon Islands to ?nd out more from scientists
trying to work out why the material is so lethal to
the reefs, a fragile ecosystem that contain 25 per
cent of all marine life. As the world wakes up to this
crisis, Liz looks at possible solutions such as a
monumental 600-metre construction that will travel
across the ocean?s ?garbage patches? collecting
millions of pieces of plastic, and an alternative kind
of packaging made from seaweed. See page 72.
Director Tom Watt-Smith; Executive producer Dominique Walker
Repeated Wednesday 11.15pm (S) (HD)
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
10.45 New Tricks
9/10 Series 10. Roots. Feathers are ruf?ed when DCI
Sasha Miller arrives to take over the running of Ucos.
Writer Roy Mitchell; Producer Tom Mullens
Director Brian Grant (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 ALL EXCEPT NORTH EAST/NORTH WEST
The Graham Norton Show With guests Bradley
Cooper, Lady Gaga, Jodie Whittaker and Ryan
Gosling. Rod Stewart performs. Shown last Friday (S) (HD)
NORTH EAST/NORTH WEST The Super League
Show The ?nal round of Super 8s and Quali?ers.
Producer John Harrison; Executive producers Craig South and Nicola
Addyman Repeated tomorrow 1pm BBC2 (S)
12.35am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
12.40?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
A Bowl of Corn?akes. In the aftermath of
a4/8.
Alice Munezero?s trial, Kate and Michael learn a
war criminal is in the UK. But attempts to bring him
to justice drive a wedge between the two. See p72.
Michael Ennis
John Goodman
Kate Ashby
Michaela Coel
Alice Munezero
Noma Dumezweni
Jacques Antoine Barre Ronald Guttman
Patrice Ganimana
Tyrone Huggins
David Runihura
Lucian Msamati
Eunice Clayton
Tamara Tunie
Brigadier General Lesage Olivier Rabourdin
Father Patenaude
Pascal Laurent
Marc Previeau
Serge Hazanavicius
Sophie Barre
Aure Atika
Frank Munezero
Treva Etienne
Det Stephens
Robin Weaver
Blake Gaines
Hugo Blick
Hana Ennis
Malou Coindreau
Judge Deborah Hewitt
Nancy Crane
Daniel Drewe
Adrian Schiller
Nkanza a Nkanga Nicholas Beveney
Capi Petridis
Kathryn Hunter
Harper Hopkinson
Michael Gould
Journalist
James Clyde
Surgeon
James Lailey
Writer/Director Hugo Blick; Producers Hugo Blick and Abi Bach (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 QI
Toksvig investigates parts of the body
aSandi
with Alan Davies and guests Sara Pascoe,
Johnny Vegas and Ed Balls. See page 73.
Director Ian Lorimer; Producer Piers Fletcher (S) (HD)
10.30 Newsnight Reports and analysis. (S) (HD)
11.10 Weather (S) (HD)
11.15 Today at Conference
Jo Coburn reviews events at the Conservative Party?s
conference in Birmingham, including the speech by
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond. (S) (HD)
11.45 The Flu That Killed 50 Million
A re-examination of Spanish Flu, a century after
the in?uenza pandemic swept across the world.
Producer Andrew Thompson; Executive producer Richard Bright
Shown last Tuesday (S) (AD) (HD)
12.45?2.40am Sign Zone 12.45 Celebrity MasterChef
The semi-?nalists prepare a meal for staff and volunteers
at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley. (R) (S) (AD)
1.45 Country?le Coverage of One Man and His Dog from
Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire. Shown yesterday 8.05am (S)
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Channel 4
Strangers
9.00pm Jonah
is taking a big
gamble as his
pursuit of clues
leads him to Macau
Travel Man: 48
Hours in Milan
8.30pm Richard
and Morgana
sample the Italian
city?s cuisine
BBC4
9
Handmade in
the Paci?c
7.30pm Hawaiian
artist Dalani
Tanahy fashions
a skirt from bark
Regional
variations
BBC1
SCOTLAND
7.30?8.00pm Grand
Tours of Scotland?s
Lochs: Loch ma Naire
11.45?12.35am The
Graham Norton Show
BBC2
SCOTLAND
5.00pm Four in a Bed
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days (S) (HD)
Executive producers Michael Kelpie, Martin Scott and Helen
Tumbridge (S) (HD)
Series producer Mark James (S) (HD)
7.30 Handmade in the Paci?c
6.00 Regional News Weather (S)
6.30 ITV Evening News Weather (S)
7.00 Emmerdale
Suzanne prepares a 1980s-style dance-?oor
cake, complete with mirror balls.
Bradley Walsh hosts as contestants Emma,
Rodger, Fiona and Jamal challenge the Chaser.
Chas gives birth, only to be told that her baby
will only live for a very short time.
Writer Paul Roundell This week?s episodes produced by Kate
Brooks, directed by Neil Johnston, Nickie Lister and Paul Copeland
Cast Tue/Thu Rptd tomorrow 8am and 12.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 73
The competition kicks of at the Seawood Hotel at
Lynton in Devon, where cleanliness is an issue.
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
Series producer Linda Parkhurst (S) (HD)
6.00 The Simpsons
The Food Wife. Marge, Bart and Lisa taste
success in the world of food blogging. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Hollyoaks
Romeo is back and Hunter confronts Mac.
7.30 Coronation Street
Writer Gareth Lemon This week?s episodes directed by Andrew
Gunn Cast Tuesday/Friday Shown last Friday E4 Repeated
tomorrow 6.30am E4 Next episode follows on E4 (S) (AD) (HD)
Writer Carmel Morgan This week?s episodes produced by Kate
Oates, directed by Ian Bevitt and Alan Grint Cast Wed/Fri
Repeated tomorrow 8.25am and 12.45pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
8.00 Jamie Cooks Italy
David?s nightmare comes back to haunt him.
8.00 Griff?s Great Britain
5/8. Coast. Griff Rhys Jones explores a unique
stretch of the British coastline, beginning in the
historic town of Scarborough. From the world?s
oldest seaside resort he moves on to experience
ghostly goings-on further along the North
Yorkshire coast in the picturesque port of Whitby.
Series director/producer Christopher Bruce (R) (S) (HD)
8.30 Coronation Street
The police ask Sophie about Cormac?s death.
Writer Jonathan Harvey
Repeated tomorrow 8.55am and 1.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Strangers
4/8. Jonah is left adrift when David goes
off radar. Fuelled by suspicion and paranoia,
he tracks him down to the dazzling gamblers?
paradise of Macau, where he comes face to face
with David?s dark past. See page 73.
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Jonah Mulray
John Simm
David Chen
Anthony Wong
Sally Porter
Emilia Fox
Lau Chen
Katie Leung
Michael Cohen
Anthony Hayes
Arthur Bach
Tim McInnerny
Daniel Tsui
Tom Wu
Rachel Hargreaves Raquel Cassidy
Becky
Kae Alexander
Kai Huang
Jason Wong
Megan Harris
Dervla Kirwan
Xiaodong Xo
Kenneth Tsang
Robin Liu
Dave Wong
Faraz Reza
Ryan McKen
Receptionist
Leila Wong
Casino barman
Andy Yau
Businessman Paul Andrew Williams
8/8. The chef is in the Italian Alps, seeking out
Piedmont?s famed comfort food. In a valley near
the Swiss border, he discovers macaroni cheese
with an alpine twist, and cooks dumplings with
roasted red onions and crispy pancetta.
Director Katy Fryer; Producer Alana Moreno (S) (AD) (HD)
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8.30 Travel Man: 48 Hours in Milan
4/4 Series 7. Actor and comedian Morgana
Robinson joins Richard Ayoade in the Italian
city, where they take in paintings, pasta, the
bowling game of bocce, and the smallest bar in
the world. At a viewing of Leonardo da Vinci?s
The Last Supper, Richard ?nds the painting to
be ?quite good?, but for Morgana, it?s ?no Tracey
Emin?. The duo also visit Milan?s cathedral and
drop in on a pasta-making lesson. See page 73.
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9.00 The Undateables
Weather; Regional News and Weather (S)
Ep 4 Series 9. This episode catches up with Ray,
who has a learning disability and is taking Christine
to the Isle of Wight to celebrate their ?rst year
together. Plane spotter Jason is autistic and his
previous two dates haven?t worked out. Could it
be third time lucky? Luke dreams of becoming a
?reman and his aim is to ?nd a girlfriend ? although
his Tourette syndrome makes dating dif?cult.
10.45 Manson: the Lost Tapes
Producer Jessica Orr; Series producers Alannah Richardson, Alice
Wheater Rptd 1.30am 4seven and Tue 11.20pm C4 (S) (AD) (HD)
Writer Marston Bloom; Producer Matthew Bird
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10.00 ITV News at Ten
1/2. Revealing the truth of life inside the Manson
?Family?, going inside Charles Manson?s world
and showing how he assembled a group of young
followers, four of whom would go on to commit the
most infamous series of murders in US history.
Shown last Thursday (S) (HD)
11.45 Killer Women with Piers Morgan
10.00 The Circle
Ep 12. Another edition of the social media-based
reality show. Continues tomorrow 10.20pm. (S) (HD)
11.00 Gogglebox
Ep 4 Series 12. TV reviews. Shown last Fri (S) (AD) (HD)
12.35am Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
3.50 Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
5.05?6.00am The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
12.05am The Great British Bake Off: an Extra Slice
5/10. Jo Brand is joined by guests Prue Leith, Adam
Hills and Joel Dommett. Shown last Friday (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 The Supervet A fat basset hound. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.55 Walks with My Dog Phil Spencer visits the Kent
marshes with his cocker spaniels. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.50 Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb Three
Hampshire homeowners take part. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Grand Designs New Zealand A straw bale and
hemp house. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
4.40 Vet on the Hill A celebrity dachshund has a liver
disease scare. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
5.35 Kirstie?s Handmade Treasures Kirstie Allsopp
tries out recipes for Cornish pasties. (R) (S) (HD)
5.50?6.35am Countdown (R) (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
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Piers travels to Ocala in Florida to meet Jennifer
Mee, who became a teenage media sensation in
2007 after suffering from debilitating hiccups.
Her fame turned to notoriety in 2013, however,
when she was convicted of causing the death of
a young man she had lured into an alley.
Series producer Kate Schole?eld
Executive producer Stuart Cabb (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
Followed by Weather (S) (HD)
4/4. Kapa. Following Hawaiian artist
Dalani Tanahy as she creates a
traditional hula skirt from tree bark,
symbolising the resurgence of
indigenous pride and identity.
Director Alex Brisland; Executive producer Russell
Barnes Repeated Thursday 2.30am (S) (HD)
8.00 South Paci?c
4/6. Ocean of Volcanos. Millions of years
are condensed into an hour of images
illustrating the birth, growth and death
of an island: an underwater volcano
erupts; rivers of lava explode below the
waves; and roads and houses are buried
by molten rivers of rock. From the
violent eruptions emerge fertile coral
reefs, supporting large groups of grey
reef sharks and giant manta rays.
Producer Mark Brownlow; Series producer Huw
Cordey Repeated 2am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 A History of Ancient
Britain: Orkney?s Stone Age
Temple
Neil Oliver is given a chance to explore
a 5,000-year-old temple on Orkney. Built
500 years before Stonehenge, the
undisturbed site and artefacts found
there, including painted wall
decorations, pigments and paint pots,
are helping to increase knowledge and
understanding of the Neolithic people.
Series producer Cameron Balbirnie
Executive producer Eamon Hardy
Repeated 3am First shown on BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 The Secret Life of
Land?ll: a Rubbish History
Dr George McGavin and material
scientist Zoe Laughlin tell the
extraordinary history of rubbish and
explore how what we throw away tells
us about the way we live our lives.
With unprecedented access to one of
the UK?s largest land?ll sites, a team of
experts spend three days carrying out
tests all over the site.
11.45pm?12.45am
Billion Dollar Deals and
How They Changed
Your World
STV
8.00?8.30pm STV?s
Children?s Appeal:
Scotland on the Move
10.00 ITV News at Ten;
STV Weather 10.30
Scotland Tonight
10.55 STV News; ITV
Weather 11.05 Manson:
the Lost Tapes
12.05am Home
Shopping 2.05
Through the Keyhole
2.55 Nightscreen
5.05?6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show
BBC1 WALES
7.30?8.00pm X-Ray:
new series, beginning
with a scams special
11.45?12.35am The
Graham Norton Show
ITV WALES
8.00?8.30pm Crime
Files 10.45 Sharp End
11.15?11.45 Griff?s
Great Britain
BBC1
NORTHERN
IRELAND
7.30?8.00pm Family
Footsteps: new series
10.00 BBC News; BBC
Newsline 10.40
Groundbreakers: the
Man Who Charmed the
World 11.40 New Tricks
12.40am The Graham
Norton Show
1.30?6.00 BBC News
BBC2
NORTHERN
IRELAND
Director Craig Collinson; Producer Yvonne Gray
(R) (S) (HD)
10.00?10.30pm Dalta�
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11.45 Today at
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11.30 Being Evel Knievel ????
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Neagh 10.45?11.45
View from Stormont
12.35am Manson: the
Lost Tapes 1.30
Shopping 2.00?3.00
Nightscreen
A Storyville documentary portrait
of Robert Craig ?Evel? Knievel,
the star-spangled daredevil whose
legendary motorcycle stunts made
him one of the biggest icons of the
1970s, and whose personal life
matched his career in terms of soaring
highs and crashing lows. Review p42.
Director Daniel Junge (2015) (S) (W) (HD)
1.00am Bought with Love: the Secret
History of British Art Collections 2/3. The
Grand Tour era of the 18th century. (R) (S) (HD)
2.00 South Paci?c Shown 8pm (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00?4.00am A History of Ancient Britain:
Orkney?s Stone Age Temple
Shown 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
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2 Red button coverage
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Paddington Station 24/7 9.00pm
Family Guy 9.00pm Peter attempts
Doc Martin 8.00pm PC Mylow?s sister
Transport police mount an operation
to convert Chris to Judaism
Sandra (Julia St John) arrives
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9.15 New. Jeremy Vine (HD)
11.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away
In Manchester, Stewart and Elmor try to
recover nearly �000 owed to a ?rm of
architects. (S) (HD) 12.10pm 5 News (S) (HD)
12.15 NCIS 2/24 Series 8. The team tries to
locate a girl whose parents are in the Persian
Gulf. (S) (AD) (HD) 1.10 New. Access (S) (HD)
1.15 Home and Away Shown last Friday 5 Star
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals (S)
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.45 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 7.10 Dress to Impress (S) (HD) 8.00
Emmerdale (S) (AD) (HD) 8.25 Coronation
Street (S) (AD) (HD) 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show (S) (HD) 10.15 Who?s Doing the Dishes?
(S) (AD) (HD) 11.15 Dress to Impress (S) (HD)
12.15pm Emmerdale Shown last Fri ITV (S) (AD)
(HD) 12.45 Coronation Street Shown last Fri ITV
(S) (AD) (HD) 1.45 New. The Ellen DeGeneres
Show: with the cast of Modern Family (S) (HD)
2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Classic Coronation Street (S) 6.55
Heartbeat (S) (AD) 8.00 The Royal (S) 9.05
Judge Judy: real-life small-claims cases (S) (HD)
10.30 Agatha Christie?s Poirot (S) (AD) (HD)
12.35pm The Royal (S) 1.40 Heartbeat (S)
(AD) 2.40 Classic Coronation Street: double
bill. Don asks Martin to try to get on with
Ivy, then Audrey helps out at the cafe (S)
3.45 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold
6.55 Murder, She Wrote
Repeated 6pm Channel 5 (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 New. Neighbours Rptd 5.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 A Surrogate?s Nightmare ??
Thriller starring Poppy Montgomery.
Angela agrees to act as a surrogate
for her sister, only for her life, and that of
the unborn child, to be placed in danger.
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Director Vic Sarin (2017) (S) (W) (HD)
4.00 Friends Chandler gets a troublesome
new ?atmate named Eddie. (S) (HD)
4.30 Eddie becomes annoying. (S) (HD)
5.00pm 5 News (S) (HD)
5.30 Neighbours
Ned and Bea exchange a romantic kiss.
Shown 1.45pm Repeated 6pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00 Home and Away
Tori asks Robbo to be her sperm donor.
Shown 1.15pm Next episodes 6.30pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S) (HD)
7.00 New. Rugby Union
Premiership highlights from the
weekend, including Newcastle v Wasps,
Saracens v Bath and Exeter v Worcester.
Series producer Chris Glanville
Executive producer David Rees (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
8.00 New. Traf?c Cops
A mysterious traf?c incident sees a car
upside down and on ?re, and a drunken
disturbance in a pub leads to a manhunt
through dark countryside.
Series producer Simon Meehan; Executive producer
Tayte Simpson Repeated Thursday 7pm (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Paddington Station 24/7
3/10 Series 4. British Transport Police
mount an operation to stop drugs
running. At Paddington, a passenger has
fallen between the train and the platform.
Series producer Tim Pritchard; Executive
producers Michael Kelpie and Ed Taylor (S) (HD)
10.00 New. Big Brother
Daily round-up of highlights.
Series directors Julian Smith and Danny Tate; Exec
producers Jessica Thomas and Anna Meadows (S) (HD)
11.05 New. Big Brother?s Bit on
the Side
The latest developments. (S) (HD)
12 midnight New. Ex on the Beach First
shown on MTV (S) (HD) 12.50am Helicopter
Pursuits: Caught on Camera (S) (HD) 1.15
New. SuperCasino (S) (HD) 3.10 Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit (S) (HD) 4.45 Wildlife
SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor (S) (SL)
5.35?6.00am Great Scientists (S) (SL)
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76 Celebrate our 95th birthday!
Four editions of comical clips. (S)
8.00 Two and a Half Men
2/16 Series 12. Walden asks Alan to sign a
prenuptial agreement. (S) (HD)
8.30 Superstore
18/22 Series 2. Mateo?s status causes
trouble once again, while Glenn and Amy
do battle with an online troll. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Family Guy
Series 3. A Jewish accountant helps the
Griffins with their money problems.
9.30 Series 4. Brian begins tutoring a
remedial class. Chris falls for his teacher.
10.00 Peter decides to set the world
record for swallowing coins.
10.30 Series 3. Peter discovers he has an
African-American ancestor. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.55 American Dad!
Series 11. Stan commits Francine to an
insane asylum. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.25 Stan lies about his texting and
driving accident. (S) (AD) (HD)
Joe risks his career to help Dawson when
she is accused of theft. (S) (AD)
Series 3. A makeover has unexpected
consequences for Junior. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.25am Plebs (S) (AD) (HD) 12.55 Two and
a Half Men (S) (HD) 1.25 Superstore (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.50 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 2.20 Home Shopping
5.50?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
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3/9 Series 2. Dr Ellingham heads out
to the moors to visit an eccentric family
with a passion for taxidermy after they
contract stomach trouble. (S) (AD)
9.00 4/9. The GP finds cause for concern
in Radio Portwenn DJ Caroline Bosman?s
increasingly erratic behaviour. (S) (AD)
Martin Clunes
Caroline Catz
Stewart Wright
Ian McNeice
Joe Absolom
Katherine Parkinson
Julia St John
Felicity Montagu
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6.00am The Chase (S) (HD) 6.45 Pawn
Stars (S) (HD) 7.30 Kojak (S) (HD) 8.25
Quincy (S) (HD) 9.25 Minder (S) (AD) 10.30
The Saint (S) 11.35 The Avengers (S) (HD)
12.40pm Kojak (S) (HD) 1.45 Quincy (S) (HD)
2.50 Minder (S) 3.55 The Saint (S) 4.55
The Avengers: Dennis Price guest-stars (S) (HD)
6.05pm Cash Cowboys Scott Cozens and
Sheldon Smithens attend a car auction.
7.00 Pawn Stars The team tries to buy a
guitar signed by Crosby, Stills & Nash. (S) (HD)
7.30 The guys value a letter delivered by
aviator Charles Lindbergh. (S) (HD)
7.55 Mr Bean The bungling buffoon gives
his hotel room a makeover. (AD) (HD)
8.30 The bumbling hero visits the fair. (S)
9.00 Benidorm 2/9 Series 10. Rob checks in
with his much anticipated friend. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Take the Tower Game show. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Football Genius Comedy quiz. (S) (HD)
11.30 FILM The Blues Brothers ????
Musical comedy starring John Belushi, Dan
Aykroyd and Kathleen Freeman. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
5/6 Series 3. A gun is found in a teenage
girl?s bedroom. Against Banks?s advice,
Cabbot follows the correct firearms drill
to retrieve the weapon. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 6/6. Desperate to find his daughter
and her abductor, Banks becomes convinced
that Al Jenkins is Kitson?s accomplice in
the murder of Richard Martin. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am Scott & Bailey (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
2.00?2.30am Nightscreen (HD)
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
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Murdoch Mysteries 8.00pm The
detective targets a space programme
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
7.10am Lovejoy (S) 8.00 London?s Burning
(S) 9.00 Casualty (AD) 10.00 Lovejoy (S)
11.00 The Bill: Stamp looks for love (S)
12 noon Classic EastEnders: double bill. Ali
takes bets against Ian, then Lou has another
fall (S) 1.20pm Last of the Summer Wine (S)
2.00 ?Allo ?Allo! (S) 2.40 London?s Burning
(S) 3.40 Soldier Soldier (S) 4.55 Lovejoy (S)
6.00pm ?Allo ?Allo!
The Germans decide to head for Spain,
and Michelle joins Crabtree in a duet. (S)
6.40 Some Mothers Do ?Ave ?Em
7.20 Last of the Summer Wine
8.00 Doc Martin
Dr Martin Ellingham
Louisa Glasson
PC Mark Mylow
Bert Large
Al Large
Pauline Lamb
Sandra Mylow
Caroline Bosman
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The Spencers want to emigrate, but
Frank?s job prospects are a little limited. (S)
Jessica Fletcher inherits shares in an
American football team. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 DCI Banks
11.55 The Cleveland Show
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9.00am LittleBe 12 noon Fixer Upper (S)
(HD) 12.55pm The Real Housewives of
Potomac (S) (HD) 1.50 Don?t Be Tardy (S) (HD)
2.15 Million Dollar Listing: LA (S) (HD)
3.10 The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills:
Adrienne confronts Kim (S) (HD) 4.05 The
Real Housewives of Orange County (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date Maura from London
chooses three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Cake Wars Bakers produce an offering
based on Captain America. (S) (HD)
8.00 Dinner Date Jennifer from Essex
selects three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Real Housewives of Beverly
Hills Tensions between Dorit and Erika
escalate in Hong Kong. (S) (HD)
10.00 New. The Real Housewives of
Cheshire Hanna realises that an uneasy
truce could be coming to an end and there
may be trouble for Dawn and Tanya. (S) (HD)
11.00 Botched Dr Dubrow assists a ?tness
fanatic by ?xing her ?lady lumps?. (S) (AD) (HD)
When the ladies hire a minibus to take
them out, it turns into a mystery tour. (S)
8.00 Murdoch Mysteries
5/19 Series 9. 24 Hours til Doomsday
The detective faces a race against the
clock as he tries to stop a secret space
programme that could incite a war. (S)
9.00 New Tricks
4/8 Series 3. Diamond Geezers
The old sleuths track vicious criminal
Chopper Hadley, who is back in the
country for a week, with Brian going
under cover to apprehend the villain.
Guest-starring Patrick Malahide. (S) (AD)
10.00 5/8. Wicca Work. The investigators
enter the world of the occult when a
young woman comes forward and insists
that the suspicious death of a lonely
librarian was due to witchcraft. They soon
find themselves struggling to remain
cynical about the supernatural. (S) (AD)
11.20 Ashes to Ashes
2/8 Series 1. Lady Di and Prince Charles?s
wedding day is approaching and DCI
Gene Hunt is determined to keep one
family?s protest against the Docklands
redevelopment under control ? at least
until the big day has passed. (S)
12.20am Classic EastEnders (S)
1.40 The Bill (S) 2.40?4.00am Lovejoy (S)
Dave
12
F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
7.10am Scrapheap Challenge 8.00
American Pickers (HD) 9.00 Best of Top Gear
(S) (AD) 10.00 American Pickers (S) (HD)
1.00pm Sin City Motors (S) (HD) 2.00
Motorway Cops (S) 3.00 Steve Austin?s
Broken Skull Challenge (S) (HD) 4.00 Sin City
Motors (S) (HD) 5.00 Top Gear (S) (AD)
6.00pm Top Gear (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 American Pickers Combing through a
large collection of sideshow memorabilia. (HD)
8.00 New. Modern Wheels or Classic Steals
An environmentally-friendly car. (HD)
8.30 New. A luxury car upgrade. (HD)
9.00 Would I Lie to You? With Jimmy Carr,
Jamelia, Marcus Brigstocke and Terry Christian.
9.40 Claudia Winkleman, Clive Anderson,
Jason Manford and Miranda Hart guest.
10.20 With Jack Whitehall, Christine Bleakley,
Frankie Boyle and Kelvin MacKenzie. (S) (HD)
11.00 QI XL With Josh Widdicombe. (S) (HD)
2.10?3.00am New. Motorsport UK (S) (HD)
12 midnight?12.55am The Only Way Is Essex:
double bill of the reality programme (S) (HD)
12 midnight Have I Got a Bit More News for You:
David Mitchell presents (S) (HD) 1.00am QI XL
2.15 QI (S) 2.45 Parks and Recreation (S) (HD)
3.30?4.00am Eight Out of Ten Cats
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9.00am Catch a Contractor 9.20 CSI: Miami
(S) (AD) 10.10 CSI: NY 11.05 Law & Order (S)
1.15pm NCIS (S) 4.00 Law & Order (S)
6.05 Castle (S) 7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
8.00 NCIS (S) (AD) 9.00 New. NCIS: New
Orleans Series 3. McGee and Torres help Pride
and his team search for a missing playbook (S)
10.00 New. Grimm Series 5. A man is found
dead with all of his bones seemingly lique?ed
and removed First shown on W (S) 11.00 Law &
Order: Special Victims Unit (S) 11.55 Bull (S)
Stephen King?s It 9.00pm Pennywise
Conor Woodman digs up the past
the clown causes chaos in Derry
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Food Unwrapped (S) (HD)
9.30 Location, Location, Location (S) (HD)
10.30 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Four in a Bed: ?ve editions (S) (HD)
3.10 Come Dine with Me: ?ve editions (S) (HD)
5.55 Kirstie and Phil?s Love It or List It (S) (HD)
9.00am Access 9.10 Now That?s Funny! (S)
(HD) 10.00 Gilmore Girls (S) 11.45 FILM
Secrets in the Attic ?? Thriller
1.35pm FILM Bond of Silence ?? Murder
mystery 3.25 FILM Kidnapped: Desperate
Hours ?? Thriller 5.15 FILM *batteries not
included ??? Sci-? fantasy. Review p42.
6.55pm The Supervet
7.55 Grand Designs
Cheryl and Alex Reay hope to rebuild their
medieval cottage in Hampshire. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. Nazi Treasure Hunters
Ep 4. The team tracks down a huge cache of
gold, currency and other valuables stolen
from Tunisia?s Jewish community. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Hitler: the Rise and Fall
1/6. The key events in the first three
decades of the F黨rer?s life. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 24 Hours in A&E
Jamie, 23, is rushed in after falling from the
roof of a three-storey building. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
(S) 1.05 Nazi Treasure Hunters (S) (AD) (HD)
2.05 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (S) (HD)
3.10?3.50am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
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7.15pm CSI: NY
Bengal cat Loki needs help after a
collision with a car. (S) (HD)
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6.00am Hollyoaks Shown last Thu/Fri C4 (AD)
7.00 2 Broke Girls (AD) 8.00 Baby Daddy
9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Young & Hungry
(AD) 11.00 How I Met Your Mother (AD)
12 noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00pm
The Big Bang Theory (AD) 2.00 Melissa &
Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy: double bill 4.00
New Girl (AD) 5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
6.00pm The Big Bang Theory (AD)
7.00 New. Hollyoaks Hunter begins to have
doubts about moving to Brighton. Cast pp85/115
Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm Channel 4 (AD)
7.30 The Posh Frock Shop An engaged
couple are forced to make a tough choice. (AD)
8.00 The Big Bang Theory
2&3/24 Series 9. Double bill. (AD)
9.00 New. Tattoo Fixers: Extreme Uzzi
tackles a piercing fan?s catastrophe. (AD)
10.00 New. Super Salon A shock promotion
sees a new manager take over. (AD)
11.05 The Big Bang Theory
2&3/24 Series 4. Double bill. (AD)
2/21 Series 4. The bodies of two scuba
divers are found in the East River.
8.05 3/21 Series 4. The team investigates
a string of audacious robberies.
9.00 Stephen King?s It
1/2. Adaptation of the bestselling horror
novel about seven friends forced into a
terrifying confrontation with a supernatural
enemy. Part two is tomorrow at 9pm. (S)
11.00 Stephen King?s Nightmares
and Dreamscapes
Battleground. Professional hitman
Renshaw suffers the spine-tingling
consequences of killing a toy-shop owner.
12 midnight Crouch End. Newlyweds
disregard a London taxi driver?s advice and
find themselves in a sinister part of the city.
12.55am Channel Zero: Candle Cove (S) 2.50
When Calls the Heart (S) 4.25 Make You Laugh
Out Loud (S) 4.50 Access 5.00 Neighbours
(S) (AD) 5.30?6.00am Home and Away (S) (AD)
Pick
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Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Border Security 7.00 Highway Cops
8.00 Police Force: Australia 9.00 Border Security
11.00 The Flash 12 noon Cold Case 1.00pm Blue
Bloods 2.00 House (AD) 3.00 Border Security:
America?s Front Line (AD) 4.00 Police Force:
Australia 5.00 Stargate Universe (AD) 6.00
Stargate SG-1 7.00 Stargate Atlantis 8.00 New.
The Flash: Barry is tormented by his vision 9.00
New. Hawaii Five-0: Danny goes under cover 10.00
Britain?s Most Evil Killers 11.00 Air Ambulance ER
12 midnight Brit Cops (AD) 1.00am Without a
Trace 2.00 Stop, Search, Sieze 3.00 UK Border
Force 4.00 Highway Patrol 4.30 Highway Cops
(AD) 5.00?6.00am Nothing to Declare
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
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12.05am Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.05 Tattoo
Fixers: Extreme (SL) (AD) 2.05 Super Salon (SL)
(AD) 2.55 Celebs Go Dating (AD) 3.50 First
Dates Abroad (AD) 4.15 2 Broke Girls (AD)
4.55?6.00am How I Met Your Mother (AD)
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
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9.00am Find It, Fix It, Flog It 11.00 A New
Life in the Sun 12 noon Undercover Boss
USA 2.00pm A Place in the Sun 4.00
Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA 5.00
Everybody Loves Raymond 6.30 Frasier (AD)
8.00 Location, Location, Location
9.00 The Great British Bake Off 5/10 (AD)
10.20 Eight out of Ten Cats Does Countdown
11.20 First Dates Hotel 4/6 Series 3 (AD)
12.25am Celebrity Island (AD) 1.30 The Undateables
(AD) 2.30 24 Hours in A&E (AD) 3.30 The Supervet
(AD) 4.30?5.05am Extreme Cake Makers
Horror Channel
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8.00am Hercules: the Legendary Journeys 9.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 10.00 Star Trek 11.00 FILM
They Came from beyond Space ?? Sci-? thriller
12.50pm Highlights 1.00 FILM The Witches ???
Joan Fontaine gets mixed up in voodoo 2.50
Highlights 3.00 Lost in Space 4.00 FILM 2012:
Supernova ? Disaster thriller 5.50 Highlights
6.00pm Star Trek 7.00 Star Trek: Enterprise 8.00
Under the Dome 9.00 FILM John Carpenter?s
Vampires ??? 11.05 FILM Containment ???
12.40am FILM The Vatican Tapes ??
Supernatural horror 2.30 FILM The Hills Have
Eyes ???? 4.20?4.30am Highlights
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8.00am Last Man Standing 8.25 Dance
Moms (S) 10.05 Last Man Standing 11.05
Two and a Half Men 12 noon Police
Interceptors (S) 1.00pm Can?t Pay? We?ll
Take It Away (S) 3.00 Neighbours (S) (AD)
3.30 Home and Away (S) (AD) 4.00 My Wife
and Kids (S) 5.00 Two and a Half Men
6.00pm Neighbours Shown 5.30pm C5 (S) (AD)
6.30 New. Home and Away Rptd tomorrow
6pm C5 (S) (AD) 7.00 New series. The
Bachelorette Australia 1/12. Spin-off from
the dating reality show featuring Australian
contestants looking for love 8.30 Cats Make
You LOL (S) 9.00 FILM Hercules ???
Action adventure (S) (W) 11.00 FILM The
Island ??? Futuristic action thriller. Review
page 42 (S) (W) 1.45am Extreme Hair Wars (S)
2.45?4.00am The Bachelorette Australia
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the Prairie
8.00 Touched by an Angel 9.00 Highway to Heaven
11.00 Little House on the Prairie 1.00pm Hamish
Macbeth 2.00 Agatha Christie?s Sparkling Cyanide
4.00 The Agatha Christie Hour 5.00 Murder, She
Wrote 6.00 Hamish Macbeth 7.00 M*A*S*H 8.00
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) 9.00 Taggart 10.30
FILM Voices ?? 12.30am FILM Jodi Arias:
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1.55 Chicago PD: a drug dealer takes Jay hostage
2.50 Chicago Fire 3.50?4.00am Access
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9.00am Access 9.10 Neighbours (S) (AD) 9.35
Home and Away (S) (AD) 10.00 Secrets of the
National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh 11.00 The
Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies 12 noon Bene?ts
Britain: Life on the Dole 1.00pm Nightmare
Tenants, Slum Landlords 2.00 GPs: behind Closed
Doors (S) 4.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S) 5.00 The
Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies 6.00 GPs: behind
Closed Doors (S) 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S) 9.00
Cruising with Jane McDonald (S) 10.00 Ben Fogle:
New Lives in the Wild (S) 11.00 Eamonn and Ruth:
How the Other Half Lives (S) 12 midnight Rich
House, Poor House 1.00am The Nightmare
Neighbour Next Door 2.00 Bene?ts Britain: Life
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CBS Action
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
6.00am Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
8.00 Time Team (S) 10.00 Murder Maps (S)
11.00 Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD)
12 noon Time Team (S) 2.00pm 24 Hours
on Earth 3.00 Wildest Africa (S) 4.00
Murder Maps (S) 5.00 Abandoned Engineering:
ruined engineering projects (S) (AD)
6.00pm Hitler?s England 7.00 Forbidden
History: double bill. The story of the Stasi, and
works of art stolen by the Nazis (S) 9.00 Auf
Wiedersehen, Pet: double bill. A new face
joins the gang, and Oz hits it off with a classy
lady (S) 11.00 The Two Ronnies (S)
1.30am The Living Universe 2.25?3.00am
Battle Factory: camou?age and machine guns (S)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
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6.00am Babies: Special Delivery 7.00 Home
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10.00 Tipping Point: double bill of the game show
12 noon Escape to the Country 2.00pm The
Great British Bake Off: this episode features a
Black Forest g鈚eau challenge (AD) 3.00 Posh
Pawn 4.00 My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera
(AD) 5.00 Ghost Adventures (AD)
6.00pm Antiques Road Trip 7.00 The Great
British Bake Off (AD) 8.00 Celebrity Antiques
Road Trip 9.00 New. Helicopter ER 10.00 New.
Into the Fire (AD) 11.00 Kings Cross ER 12 midnight
Crime Stories 1.00am Murder Made Me Famous
2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Inside Harley Street
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9.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build (AD) 10.00 Christmas
at River Cottage 11.00 Wanted Down Under
12 noon Income Property 1.00pm DIY SOS: the
Big Build (AD) 2.00 Escape to the Country 3.00
Flog It! 4.00 Wanted Down Under 5.00 Homes
under the Hammer 6.00 Home Away from Home
7.00 Christmas at River Cottage 8.00 New.
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6.30pm The Simpsons Bart
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7.00 Homer ?nds a hair-restorative.
7.30 Blood-curdling tales.
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9.00 An Idiot Abroad 8/8
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10.00 Sick of It 1/6. Karl and Norma
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10.30 2/6. A noisy baby leaves
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11.00 The Russell Howard Hour
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12 midnight The Late Late Show
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9.00 The West Wing (S) (HD) 11.00
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8.00 Blue Bloods 8/22 Series 8
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9.00 Big Little Lies 5/7. Tensions
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10.00 New. Last Week Tonight
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10.35 The Circus: inside the
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11.10 Flight of the Conchords
11/12 Series 1. Jemaine and Bret
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12.20am Real Time with Bill Maher
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Entourage (S) (HD) 3.15 CSI: Crime
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4.05?6.00am The West Wing (S) (HD)
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7.00 Border Security: Canada?s
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Elementary (S) (AD) (HD) 11.00 Air
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6.00pm The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 New. My Kitchen Rules
South Africa. South African
amateur cooks invite viewers and
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8.00 Criminal Minds 22/26
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team?s help to stop him. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Elementary 20/21
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with Michael intensi?es. (HD)
10.00 New. For the People 9/10
Sandra goes the extra mile. (S) (HD)
11.00 Elementary (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
1.00am World?s Most Evil Killers (S)
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Harry Quebert Affair (HD) 3.00
Send in the Dogs (S) 5.00?6.00am
UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.10am Extreme Makeover: Home
Edition (S) 7.00 Property Brothers at
Home (HD) 8.00 Tipping Point (S) (HD)
10.00 The Bill (S) 11.00 Supernanny
US (S) 12 noon Tipping Point (S) (HD)
1.00pm MasterChef Australia (HD)
3.00 Property Brothers at Home
(HD) 5.00 Tipping Point (S) (HD)
7.00pm New. MasterChef Australia
The contestants are split into teams
and sent to work at Adelaide?s
MasterChef night market. (HD)
8.30 My Restaurant in India
Sarah Todd comes to realise
everything is done differently in
India, as work on her restaurant
remains un?nished. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 One Born Every Minute
A well-prepared couple look
forward to their child?s birth. (HD)
10.00 One Born: What
Happened Next? Revisiting
Kerry and Dan, who responded to
parenthood in different ways. (S) (HD)
11.00 American Housewife
7/23. Katie and Greg get involved
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11.30 8/23. Oliver takes dance
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12 midnight Gavin & Stacey (S)
(AD) 1.10am Honey I Bought the
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7.20am The Tommy Cooper Hour
8.05 The Piglet Files 8.40 Ever
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2.40 Last of the Summer Wine (S)
4.40 Are You Being Served? (S)
5.20 Hi-de-Hi! (S)
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6.40 Only Fools and Horses
The Trotter brothers help a
damsel in distress. (S) (AD)
7.20 Dad?s Army An invasion
alert causes chaos. (BW) (S)
8.00 Sgt Wilson struggles to
concentrate on his duties. (BW) (S)
8.40 Citizen Khan The Khans
have a family day out. (S) (AD)
9.20 The Good Life Tom tries to
market his garden produce. (S) (AD)
10.00 Harry En?eld and Chums
First episode of the show. (S) (AD)
10.40 The Fast Show Steve
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11.20 Bottom (S) (AD)
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12 noon The British Invasion (S)
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National Trust: National Treasures
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6.00pm Discovering: Vivien Leigh
A pro?le of the star. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Master of Photography
Gender identity. (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 New. Kiri Te Kanawa:
Legends of Opera A celebratory
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9.00 Leonard Bernstein:
Larger than Life (HD)
10.00 New. Opera North: Trouble
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darkly witty satire. (HD)
11.00 Treasures of the British
Library Sketches by Michelangelo
and Leonardo da Vinci. (HD)
12 midnight Buddy Holly: Music Icons
12.30am Jerry Lee Lewis: Music
Icons (HD) 1.00 Vanessa Redgrave:
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1.30 Howard Jacobson: South Bank
Show Originals (S) (HD) 2.00 as 8pm
3.00 Passions (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
Discovering: Tina Turner (S) (HD) 4.30
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6.00am Relic Hunter (S) 7.00
Supergirl (S) 8.00 The Flash (S)
9.00 60-Minute Makeover 10.00
The Biggest Loser: Australia (S)
11.00 My Kitchen Rules South
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2.00 Relic Hunter (S) 3.00
Stargate SG-1 (S) 5.00 Supergirl (S)
6.00pm The Flash 8/23 Series 3
Barry joins forces with the Green
Arrow and the Legends of
Tomorrow team. (S)
7.00 A Town Called Eureka
4/20 Series 4. During Space
Week, Dr Ramsey unveils an
invention that could allow people
to live on Mars. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 2/24
Series 7. DEA agent Talia Del
Campo turns to the team for help
when her partner is murdered.
Deeks, meanwhile, introduces
Kensi to his mother. (S)
9.00 S.W.A.T. 13/22. Jessica
faces a tough decision when
Michael Plank catches her and
Hondo together. A mistake throws
Jim into the spotlight.
10.00 Strike Back: Shadow
Warfare 7/10 Series 4. Stonebridge
and Scott visit a Russian prison. (S)
11.00 8/10. Stonebridge?s health
deteriorates quickly. (S)
12 midnight Elementary 1.00am
Ross Kemp: Extreme World (S) (AD)
2.00 For the People (S) 3.00
Supergirl (S) 4.00 Most Shocking
(S) 5.00?6.00am Relic Hunter (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 Merlin 1.00pm
Stitchers 2.00 FILM The 7
Adventures of Sinbad ?? Fantasy
action adventure starring Patrick
Muldoon 4.00 Merlin
6.00pm Star Trek: the Next
Generation 15/26 Series 1
Picard and Riker are lured into a
trap on the holodeck.
7.00 16/26. An admiral tries to
negotiate the release of hostages.
8.00 Stitchers 10/10 Series 2
Kristen is getting closer to ?nding
answers about her parents, but
her most recent stitch might
lead her down the wrong path.
9.00 The Outpost 9/10. Talon,
Garret and Janzo are ambushed
and the Prime Order settles into
its new oppressive rule.
10.00 Future Man 5/26. Josh
grows closer to Jeri as she helps
him avoid an obsessed policeman.
10.40 Hard Rain ??? Action
thriller starring Morgan
Freeman and Christian Slater.
An armoured car transporting $3
million breaks down and is held up
by a gang. One of the guards
manages to escape with the money,
but he is closely pursued through
a ?ooded town by the robbers
12.40am The Outpost 1.40 Future
Man 2.20 Merlin 3.20 The
Captains Close Up 4.00?6.00am
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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6.00am Say Yes to the Dress: UK (HD)
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8.00 Cake Boss (HD) 9.00 Little
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Little People, Big World (HD) 11.00 My
Four Wives (HD) 1.00pm 90 Day Fianc�
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3.00 Curvy Brides (HD) 4.00 Say Yes
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9.00 New. Baby Changes Everything
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8.00am Sea Patrol 9.00 Law &
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6.00pm NCIS 4/23 Series 1
A seaman?s body is discovered in
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holding a ceremonial sword.
7.00 5/23. The mummi?ed body of
a navy lieutenant, who disappeared
almost a decade previously, is
found by a deer hunter.
8.00 6/23. Mystery surrounds
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drug overdoses, despite neither
having a history of substance abuse.
9.00 New. Ransom 12/13 Series 2
Eric becomes a hostage himself
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10.00 Law & Order: Special
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investigations lead to his family,
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11.00 8/23. The team?s search
for a serial rapist leads to a
suspect who as a child was the
victim of the same type of crime.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
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7.10am Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S)
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10.00 The Guardian (HD) 11.00
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S) 12 noon
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5.00 Rizzoli & Isles (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00pm Death in Paradise 8/8
Series 5. A backpacker is found dead
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8.00 Father Brown 5/10 Series 1
The Church of Apollo comes to
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its charismatic leader. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 8/15 Series 5. When Mrs
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missing, Father Brown follows her
trail to a gentlemen?s club. (AD) (HD)
10.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries 11/13 Series 1. Phryne
goes undercover as a magician?s
assistant following a murder at
the circus, resulting in some
emotional memories being evoked
concerning her missing sister. (S)
11.00 Rosewood 3/22 Series 1
A genius is accused of murder. (S)
12 midnight Rizzoli & Isles: double
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Judge John Deed (S) (AD)
8.00am Leverage (HD) 9.00 Bull
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1.00pm NCIS (S) (HD) 3.00 Bull
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7.00pm NCIS 6/24 Series 12
The murder of a Navy SEAL?s wife
appears to be linked to his
participation in the bringing down
of terrorist Benham Parsa. (S) (HD)
8.00 7/24. A murder seems to be
connected to a fraudulent charity
that preys on people looking for
missing military personnel. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Talking Dead
Preview Special Guest host
Yvette Nicole Brown and her
guests Khary Payton, Tom Payne
and Angela Kang discuss season
nine of The Walking Dead. (HD)
10.00 24: Legacy 12/12. Rebecca?s
deal to save Donovan goes sour,
and CTU must rely on Carter to
head out into the ?eld and facilitate
an important exchange. (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 7
Bonnie gives birth to a girl.
11.30 Peter participates in a medical
experiment to make money.
12 midnight American Dad!
1.00am Family Guy 2.00 Science
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3.00 Family Guy 4.00?5.00am
American Dad!: two episodes
6.00am How It?s Made 7.00
Outback Truckers (HD) 8.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 11.00 Fast ?n? Loud (HD)
12 noon UFOs: the Lost Evidence
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2.00 Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD)
3.00 Mighty Ships (HD) 4.00 Gold
Divers (HD) 5.00 Gold Rush (HD)
6.00pm Fast ?n? Loud Richard
buys Aaron a ?67 Camaro on a K5
chassis to lift his spirits. (HD)
7.00 Outback Truckers Steve
has a trailer load of trouble. (HD)
8.00 Diesel Brothers The crew
overhaul a truck for a local dad
whose F350 broke down. (HD)
9.00 New. Shifting Gears with
Aaron Kaufman Aaron tries
building and racing a rally car. (HD)
10.00 New series. Chasing Classic
Cars Wayne brings home a 1957
Porsche 356A 1500 GS Carrera. (HD)
11.00 How It?s Made Oil pressure
sensors and neck restraints. (HD)
11.30 Mobile concert stages and
manufacture of mascara. (HD)
12 midnight American Chopper
(HD) 1.00am Gold Rush (HD) 2.00
Shifting Gears with Aaron Kaufman
(HD) 3.00 Chasing Classic Cars (HD)
3.50 Fast ?n? Loud Revved Up (AD)
(HD) 4.40 Wheeler Dealers (AD)
(HD) 5.30?6.00am How It?s Made
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8.00am Space Mistakes: How Nasa
Failures Furthered Exploration 8.35
The Secret of Tuxedo Park 9.40 Jazz
10.55 Killing Zone Atlantic 12.50pm
The Last Days of Anne Boleyn 2.10
Jazz 3.25 Killing Zone Atlantic
5.15 The Last Days of Anne Boleyn
6.35pm Jazz During the era in
which Wall Street boomed, jazz hit
centre stage with Duke Ellington
at the Cotton Club in New York,
and Louis Armstrong created a
sensation with West End Blues.
7.50 New. Decoding the
Weather Machine 1/2
Scientists try to understand
the workings of the weather,
explain the variables affecting
climate change, and decide what
might be done about it. See p112.
9.00 Omaha Beach: Honor and
Sacri?ce Documentary telling the
personal stories of veterans as
they return to Omaha Beach in
Normandy, to recall their exploits
on 6 June 1944, as the Allied
invasion of France began.
10.15 Death Camp Treblinka:
Survivor Stories An insight into
how Samuel Willenberg and
Kalman Taigman escaped from
the Nazi concentration camp in
occupied Poland, where more
than 800,000 Polish Jews died
during the Nazi Holocaust.
11.30 Decoding the Weather
Machine As 7.50pm.
12.40?2.00am Omaha Beach:
Honor and Sacri?ce
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Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Aircraft Stories 7.00
Rory McGrath?s Best of British
Engineering 8.00 Tony Robinson?s
World War One 9.00 Ultimate
Warfare 10.00 How We Got Here
11.00 Spanish Civil War with
Michael Portillo 12 noon Aircraft
Stories 1.00pm Rory McGrath?s
Best of British Engineering
3.00 Top Tens: machine guns
4.00 Cold War Armageddon:
the arms race of the 1950s
6.00pm World War II in Colour
The story of the global con?ict,
beginning with its origins.
7.00 King Tut Unwrapped 2/2.
Dr Zahi Hawass and a team of
scientists try to unlock the secrets of
King Tutankhamun?s life and death.
9.00 Lost Mummy of Imhotep
Archaeologist Karol Mysliwiec
goes in search of the burial site of
Imhotep, the architect of the Step
Pyramid in Sakkara.
10.00 Captain Phillips: Somali
Pirates inside Story The true
story of the 2009 hijacking by
Somali pirates of the Maersk
Alabamaand how the captain and
crew were rescued.
11.00 World War II in Colour
The story of the global con?ict,
beginning with its origins.
12 midnight The World?s Strangest
UFO Stories 1.00am Lost Mummy of
Imhotep 2.00 Cold War Armageddon
4.00 Top Tens 5.00?6.00am
World War II in Colour
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6.00am American Pickers (HD)
7.00 The Curse of Oak Island (HD)
8.00 Pawn Stars (HD) 9.00
Ancient Aliens (HD) 10.00 WW2
Treasure Hunters (HD) 11.00 Forged
in Fire (HD) 12 noon Mountain Men
(HD) 1.00pm Pawn Stars (HD)
2.00 American Pickers (HD)
4.00 Storage Wars (HD)
6.00pm Forged in Fire (HD) 7.00
American Pickers (HD) 8.00 The
Curse of Oak Island (HD) 9.00 Man
at Arms: Art of War (HD)
12 midnight Black Sails (HD) 1.15am
The Curse of Oak Island (HD) 2.10
Homicide Hunter (HD) 3.10 Ancient
Aliens (HD) 4.05 Forged in Fire (HD)
5.00?6.00am Al Murray: France
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Animal Planet
Nat Geographic
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Strippers: Cars for Cash (S)
(AD) (HD) 9.00 Car SOS (HD) 10.00
Extreme Mechanics Alaska (HD)
11.00 Filthy Riches (HD) 12 noon
Yukon Gold (HD) 1.00pm Ultimate
Airport Dubai (HD) 2.00 Banged
Up Abroad (HD) 3.00 Air Crash
Investigation (HD) 5.00 Wicked
Tuna (HD) 6.00 Highway thru Hell
(HD) 7.00 Car SOS (HD) 8.00 Drain
the Oceans (HD) 9.00 New. Air
Crash Investigation (HD) 10.00 New.
Airport Security: Peru (HD) 11.00
Nazi Megastructures (HD) 12 midnight
Apocalypse: the Rise of Hitler (S) (AD)
(HD) 2.00am Banged Up Abroad (HD)
3.00 Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
4.00?5.00am Yukon Gold (HD)
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Eden
CBeebies
202
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6.00am Something Special 6.20 Baby
Jake 6.30 Yakka Dee! 6.35 Twirlywoos
6.45 Raa Raa 7.00 Postman Pat 7.15
Bing 7.25 Tee and Mo 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.45 Peter Rabbit 8.00 Go Jetters
8.10 Octonauts 8.20 Biggleton 8.35
Justin?s House 9.00 Olobob Top 9.05
New. Pablo 9.15 New. Numberblocks
9.20 Kit and Pup 9.25 Bing 9.35 as
1.35pm 9.45 as 1.45pm 10.05 New.
Teletubbies 10.20 as 2.20pm 10.25 as
2.25pm 10.30 Let?s Play 10.50 Mister
Maker 11.10 Get Well Soon 11.25 My
Pet and Me 11.40 Show Me Show Me
12 noon My World Kitchen 12.15pm Old
Jack?s Boat 12.30 Nelly & Nora 12.35
Tee and Mo 12.45 Melody 1.00 Olobob
Top 1.05 Pablo 1.15 as 9.15am 1.20 Kit
& Pup 1.25 Bing 1.35 Twirlywoos 1.45
Something Special 2.05 as 10.05am
2.20 Patchwork Pals 2.25 Alphablocks
2.30 Let?s Play 2.50 Kazoops 2.55
Our Family 3.10 CBeebies Stargazing
3.25 Swashbuckle 3.50 Hey Duggee
4.00 School of Roars 4.05 Messy Goes
to OKIDO 4.20 Peter Rabbit 4.30 Do
You Know? 4.45 Bitz and Bob 4.55
Bitz and Bob: You Can Do It Too! 5.00
Tree Fu Tom 5.25 Apple Tree House
5.40 Topsy and Tim 5.50 Sarah & Duck
6.00pm Clangers: animation 6.10 The
Adventures of Abney & Teal 6.20 In
the Night Garden... 6.50?7.00pm
New. CBeebies Bedtime Stories
CBBC
Monday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Mofy 6.05 Peppa Pig 6.20
New. Luo Bao Bei 6.35 The Secret Life
of Puppies 6.40 New. Wissper: Curtis
Chameleon forgets how to change
colour 6.45 Noddy: Toyland Detective
7.00 Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big
Adventures! 7.10 Fireman Sam 7.20
Shane the Chef 7.35 Peppa Pig: double
bill 7.55 Ben and Holly 8.05 Paw
Patrol 8.25 New. Floogals 8.40
Shimmer and Shine 8.55 Ben and
Holly 9.05?9.15am Peppa Pig
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.25 Danger Mouse 7.35
MOTD KIckabout: Round-Up 7.40
Newsround 7.45 New. Odd Squad
8.00 Class Dismissed 8.15 Newsround
8.25 Marrying Mum and Dad 8.50 Art
Ninja 9.20 So Awkward: nine episodes
1.35pm Jamie Johnson: drama series
2.05 Marrying Mum and Dad 2.35
The Next Step 3.00 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 3.10 OOglies Funsize:
animation comedy 3.15 Now You See It
3.25 Strange Hill High 3.50 Horrible
Histories: Gory Games 4.20 Newsround
4.25 Lost & Found Jam Sessions:
double bill 4.35 The Next Step: double
bill 5.25 New. Got What It Takes?
6.00pm New. Danger Mouse 6.10 The
Deep 6.35 Zig and Zag 6.45 Scream
Street: the story of a regular teenager
with the werewolf gene 7.00 Horrible
Histories 7.30 Got What It Takes?
8.00 The Dumping Ground: the antics
of children living in a ?ctional care home
8.30 The Next Step 8.55?9.00pm
Lost & Found Jam Sessions
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Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Treehouse Masters: out on a
Limb (HD) 7.00 Pit Bulls and Parolees
(HD) 8.00 Dr Jeff (HD) 9.00 Tanked
(AD) (HD) 10.00 as 6am 11.00 as 2pm
12 noon Wildest Indochina (HD)
1.00pm Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD)
2.00 Animal Cops Houston (HD) 3.00
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 4.00 Tanked
(HD) 5.00 Treehouse Masters: out on a
Limb (HD) 6.00 Dr Jeff (HD) 7.00
Wildest Arctic (HD) 8.00 Alaska: the
Last Frontier (HD) 9.00 Monsters inside
Me (HD) 10.00 Animal Cops Houston
(HD) 11.00 Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD)
12 midnight Intruders (HD) 1.00am
Animal Cops Houston (HD) 2.00 Wildest
Arctic (HD) 3.00 Dodo Heroes (HD) 3.50
Monsters inside Me (HD) 4.40 E-Vets:
the Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
9.00am Dog?s Best Friend (S) 10.00
Animal Babies 11.00 Madagascar (S)
(AD) 12 noon as 7pm 1.00pm Dog?s
Best Friend (S) 2.00 Animal Babies
3.00 The Brain with David Eagleman
(S) (AD) 4.00 Dog?s Best Friend (S)
5.00 Animal Babies 6.00 Madagascar
(S) (AD) 7.00 Countdown to Life: the
Extraordinary Making of You (S) (AD)
8.00 The Brain with David Eagleman
(S) (AD) 9.00 Polar Bear Town (S)
10.00 Madagascar (S) (AD) 11.00 as
7pm 12 midnight Polar Bear Town (S)
1.00am The Brain with David Eagleman
(S) (AD) 2.00 Dog?s Best Friend (S)
3.00 Animal Babies 3.50 Madagascar
(S) (AD) 4.40 The Brain with David
Eagleman (S) (AD) 5.30?6.00am
Dog?s Best Friend (S)
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
6.00am Looped 6.25 Bagel and Becky
6.55 Horrid Henry 7.50 Spider-Man
vs the Sinister 6 8.20 Fangbone 8.50
Nerds & Monsters 9.20 Mission
Employable 9.25 Signed Stories 9.30
Wishfart 10.00 Dino Dana 10.30 Bagel
and Becky 10.45 Looped 11.15 Fangbone
11.45 Mr Bean: the Animated Series
12.15pm Horrid Henry: double bill
12.45 Fort Boyard Ultimate Challenge
1.45 Drop Dead Weird 2.15 Super 4
2.45 Dino Dana 3.10 Bagel and Becky
3.25 Wishfart 4.00 Be Cool,
Scooby-Doo! 5.00 K.C. Undercover
5.30 NinjaGo: Rise of the Snakes
6.00pm Pok閙on: Sun and Moon
6.25 Max Steel 6.55 Mr Bean: the
Animated Series 7.25 Horrid Henry
7.55 Bagel and Becky 8.25 Wishfart
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
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11.00am The Reckless Moment ???
Brooding thriller. James Mason, Joan Bennett (1949, 12) (S)
12.40pm Thunder Bay ?? Oil-riggers
upset a Louisiana ?shing community. James
Stewart, Joanne Dru, Dan Duryea, Gilbert Roland (1953, U) (S)
2.45 D-Day the Sixth of June ???
Well-played romantic drama. Robert Taylor, Richard
Television Monday
Todd, Dana Wynter, Edmond O?Brien, John Williams (1956, PG) (S)
4.55pm Sink the Bismarck! ????
Thoughtful and compelling Second
World War drama. Kenneth More (1960, U) (AD)
6.55 Edward Scissorhands 5
Poignant comic fantasy about a manmade boy with metal shears for hands.
Review, p42. Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder (1990, PG) (S)
9.00 True Grit ???? The Coen
brothers remake of the John Wayne
western is a riveting ride. Jeff Bridges, Matt
Taking the plunge
The Swimmer 1111
9.00pm Talking Pictures TV FREEVIEW
One of Burt Lancaster?s oddest outings, existential suburban
allegory The Swimmer (review, p42) also marked the feature
debut for composer Marvin Hamlisch. It?s said producer Sam
Spiegel heard him playing at a party, where he offered the
24-year-old his big break. Hamlisch went on to score The
Way We Were, The Sting, Sophie?s Choice and The Spy Who
Loved Me, and he is one of only 15 recipients of an Emmy,
Grammy, Oscar and Tony. He died in 2012, aged 68, after ?ve
decades of composing and conducting. ANDREW COLLINS
Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox (2015, 18) (S)
1.45?3.40am Baskin ??? Slickly made
Turkish horror. Gorkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu (2015, 18)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
32
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am Framed for Murder ?? Thriller.
(2007) 11.05 The Stepchild ?? Thriller. Sarah
Fisher (2016) 1.00pm Silverado ???? Western.
Kevin Kline (1985, PG) 3.40 First Knight ???
Adventure. Review, p42. Sean Connery (1995, PG)
6.20pm The Legend of Zorro ???
Playful adventure sequel. Antonio Banderas (2005, PG)
9.00 The Devil?s Own ?? Thriller.
11.15 Sleeping with the Enemy ???
Tense thriller. Julia Roberts, Patrick Bergin (1991, 15)
1.15am Bad Country ?? Crime drama.
Matt Dillon (2014, 15) 3.30?5.50am How Do You
Know ?? Comedy drama. Jack Nicholson (2010, 12)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
p Dusty and Me 111 Sky Store/Virgin Movies
A mis?t teenager bonds with a dog in this serio-comic
coming-of-age tale set in Yorkshire in the 1970s. Having
been away at boarding school on a scholarship, geeky Luke
Newberry almost feels like a stranger when he returns home
to his working-class family. Things look up, however, when
he befriends a greyhound and wins the attention of the cute
girl from the chippie. This modestly budgeted British
charmer may not offer too many surprises, but the cast is
endearing and it ultimately wins you over. TREVOR JOHNSTON
Murder in a small town
Mystery Road 111
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It?s your last chance to
catch this brooding Aussie
thriller, as it leaves iPlayer
late tonight. Aaron
Pederson stars as an
indigenous detective
whose investigation into
the murder of a teenage
Aboriginal girl causes
waves in a redneck
community divided by
race. JOHN FERGUSON
Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am Hostiles ???? Western
adventure. Christian Bale (2017, 15) 8.15
Night Owls ??? Comedy drama.
Adam Pally (2015) 9.55 As 5.55pm 12 noon
As 8pm 2.15pm Joyride ???
Action comedy. Dean O?Gorman (2017, 15)
4.05 Insidious: the Last Key ???
Horror. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
6.55am Upside Down ?? Sci-?
drama. (2012, 12) 8.55 Anon ???
Sci-? thriller. (2018, 15) 10.50 As 7pm
12.50pm As 9pm 3.10 The Wilde
Wedding ?? Comedy. Glenn
Close interview, p36. Glenn Close (2017, 15)
5.00 The Ottoman Lieutenant
?? War drama. Michiel Huisman (2017, 12)
5.55pm Battle of the Sexes
??? Perky drama. Choice, p70.
7.00pm The Disaster Artist
???? Affectionate and
eccentric look at the making of
cult catastrophe The Room. James
Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough (2017, 12)
8.00 All the Money in the
World ??? Intriguing kidnap
thriller. Mark Wahlberg, Michelle Williams,
Christopher Plummer, Timothy Hutton (2017, 15)
10.15 i Lowlife ??? LA?s
skanky underbelly is toured for
blackly comedic effect in this
violent and con?dent crime drama.
Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie (2017, 15)
9.00 Thor Ragnarok ????
Thor teams up with the Hulk for
some buddy movie mayhem. Chris
Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo (2017, 12)
11.15 Why Him? ??? Foulmouthed but funny comedy.
Mark Burnham, Ricardo Adam Zarate (2017, 18)
Bryan Cranston, James Franco, Zoey Deutch (2016, 15)
12 midnight Insidious: the Last
Key As 4.05pm 1.50am Night
Owls As 8.15am 3.40 Joyride As
2.15pm 5.30 Final Score Special
1.15am The Pirates of Somalia
??? Drama. Evan Peters, Al Pacino (2017, 15)
3.25 Fred Claus ?? Comedy.
Vince Vaughn (2007, PG) 5.30 As 8.55am
Damon, Hailee Steinfeld, Josh Brolin (2010, 15) (S) (AD)
11.10 Bone Tomahawk ???? Grim but
gripping western featuring a brutal ?nale.
Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Margaret Colin, Rub閚 Blades (1997, 15)
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Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Mighty Joe Young ??? Fantasy.
Terry Moore (1949, U) 7.50 Berlin Express ???
Spy thriller. Merle Oberon (1948) 9.30 The Locket
??? Film noir. Laraine Day (1946) 11.15 Brother
Outlaw ?? Western. Tony Kendall (1971) 1.00pm
Rachel and the Stranger ??? Western.
Loretta Young (1948) 2.55 The Avengers 3.55 Kill
Rommel! ?? Second World War drama.
Anton Diffring (1969) 5.50 The War in the Desert
7.05pm Dreams of Gold: the Mel Fisher
Story ??? Ef?cient tale. Cliff Robertson (1986)
9.00 Precious Cargo ?? Action thriller.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Claire Forlani, Bruce Willis (2016, 15)
10.50 The Mercenary: Absolution ??
Shoot-em-up. Steven Seagal, Byron Mann (2015, 18)
12.40am Callan ??? Spy drama. Edward
Woodward (1974, 15) 2.50?4.00am The Fall of Berlin
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
Talking Pictures TV
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Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am The Bulldog Breed ?? Comedy.
(1960, PG) 8.00 Hawkeye & the Last of the
Mohicans (S) 8.30 Love in Pawn ? Comedy.
(1953, U) 10.05 Melody Club ? Crime comedy.
(1949, U) 11.35 The Strange Love of Martha
Ivers 5 Film noir. Barbara Stanwyck (1946, PG) (S)
1.55pm The Last Man to Hang ?? Drama.
(1956) 3.30 Three Cases of Murder ???
Mystery. Alan Badel (1953, PG) 5.30 Turn of Fate
6.00pm Mr Peabody and the Mermaid
??? Gentle comedy. William Powell (1948, U)
7.30 Rita Tushingham Interview.
8.00 Gideon?s Way Crime drama.
9.00 The Swimmer ???? Stylish and
disturbing examination of alienation. Film of
the day, p42; Choice, left. Burt Lancaster (1968, PG)
10.50 Prizzi?s Honor ???? Glorious
black comedy. Jack Nicholson, Kathleen Turner (1985, 15)
1.25am Violent Playground ?? Crime
drama. Stanley Baker (1958, PG) 3.35 The Big Valley
4.35?5.50am Time Is My Enemy ??
Crime drama. Dennis Price, Renee Asherson (1954)
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
Greats
Action
Sky 303 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.30am Shenandoah ????
Western. James Stewart (1965, PG) 8.20
Tremors 5 Comedy horror.
Kevin Bacon (1989, 15) 10.05 As 5.45pm
12.20pm As 8pm 2.15 As 10pm
3.50 Nineteen Eighty-Four
???? Drama. John Hurt (1984, 15) 5.45
US Marshals ?? Thriller. (1998, 15)
8.00pm United 93 ????
Digni?ed and moving drama
about the only hijacked plane that
didn?t reach its target on 9/11.
Lewis Alsamari, JJ Johnson, Gary Commock (2006, 15)
10.00 The Warriors ????
Excellent action thriller in which
a New York gang battle their way
back to home turf. Michael Beck (1979, 15)
11.40 Hannibal ??? Ridley
Scott?s stylish sequel to The Silence
of the Lambs. Anthony Hopkins (2001, 18)
2.00am Tremors As 8.20am
3.45 Shenandoah As 6.30am
5.40 The Top Ten Show
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Once upon a Time in
Mexico ??? Action adventure.
Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp (2003, 15) 8.00
As 5.30pm 10.30 As 10.20pm
12.30pm As 8pm 3.00 Marvel
Avengers Assemble 5
Action fantasy adventure. Robert
Downey Jr, Samuel L Jackson, Mark Ruffalo (2012, 12)
5.30pm Robin Hood ???
Ridley Scott?s valiant attempt at
retelling the legend features a
commanding lead performance
from Russell Crowe. Cate Blanchett (2010, 12)
8.00 Guardians of the Galaxy
Vol 2 ???? Funny and
imaginative sci-? adventure
sequel. Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana (2017, 12)
10.20 Collateral Damage ??
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a
?re?ghter seeking revenge. (2001, 15)
12.20am Once upon a Time in
Mexico As 6am 2.10 Jungle
??? Thriller based on a true story.
Daniel Radcliffe (2017, 15) 4.10 As 5.30pm
Comedy
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.15am The Money Pit ???
Comedy. (1985, 12) 7.50 Happy Gilmore
?? Comedy. (1996, 12) 9.30 The Brits
Are Coming ?? Comedy. (2018, 15)
11.10 My Best Friend?s Wedding
???? Comedy. (1997, 12) 1.00pm As
8pm 2.35 As 9.30pm 4.25 Dumb
and Dumber ???? Comedy. (1994, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.25am B&B ??? Thriller. Tom
Bateman (2017, 15) 7.55 Hoffa ???
Drama. Jack Nicholson (1992, 15) 10.15
Blood Money ?? Thriller. Ellar
Coltrane (2017) 11.45 As 9pm 1.45pm
Blood Father ??? Action thriller.
Mel Gibson (2016, 15) 3.15 The Machinist
??? Mystery. Christian Bale (2003, 15)
6.20pm Dodgeball: a True
Underdog Story ??? Daft but
good-natured sports comedy. Vince
5.10pm Rememory ?? Sci-?
thriller. Peter Dinklage, Anton Yelchin,
Vaughn, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, Rip Torn (2004, 12)
8.00 My Blind Brother ???
Light-hearted romantic comedy.
7.05 The Italian Job ???
Glossy Hollywood remake of the
popular 1969 crime caper. Mark
Adam Scott, Nick Kroll, Jenny Slate, Zoe Kazan (2016)
Wahlberg, Edward Norton, Charlize Theron (2003, 12)
9.30 CHiPs ?? Comedy reboot
of the TV cop series. Dax Shepard (2017, 15)
11.20 Date Night ????
Snappy screwball comedy. Tina Fey,
9.00 Baby Driver ?? One-lastjob thriller. Ansel Elgort, Lily James (2017, 15)
11.00 Rise of the Footsoldier 3:
the Pat Tate Story ?? British
gangster tale. Craig Fairbrass (2017, 18)
Steve Carell, Mark Wahlberg, Taraji P Henson (2010, 15)
12.55am The Longest Yard
??? Prison comedy. Adam Sandler
(2005, 12) 2.55 30 Minutes or Less
??? Action comedy. Jesse Eisenberg
(2011, 15) 4.25 License to Drive ??
Comedy. Corey Haim, Corey Feldman (1988, PG)
Martin Donovan, Julia Ormond (2017, 12)
12.50am Traf?cked ?? Thriller.
Ashley Judd, Sean Patrick Flanery, Kelly Washington
(2017) 2.45 Heartlock ?? Crime
drama. Eric LaRay Harvey (2017) 4.35
Point Last Seen ??? Thriller
based on a true story. Linda Hamilton (1998)
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Family
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.10am Anastasia ??? Musical.
Meg Ryan (1997, U) 7.55 As 4.35pm 9.30
As 6.10pm 11.20 My Pet Dinosaur
??? Adventure. Jordan Dulieu (2017, PG)
1.05pm As 8pm 2.50 The Sandlot
??? Comedy adventure. Tom Guiry
(1993, PG) 4.35 The Oddsockeaters
?? Adventure. Christian Vandepass (2016, PG)
6.30pm Pocahontas ???
Visually stunning animated
adventure. Irene Bedard, Mel Gibson (1995, U)
8.00 Beauty and the Beast
???? Sumptuous live-action
remake. Emma Watson, Dan Stevens (2017, PG)
10.15 Homeward Bound: the
Incredible Journey ???
Enjoyable adventure. Michael J Fox (1993, U)
11.45 Homeward Bound II:
Lost in San Francisco ??
Watchable sequel. Michael J Fox (1996, U)
6.10pm Monster Trucks ???
Entertaining family adventure.
1.25am The Million Dollar Duck
??? Comedy. Dean Jones (1971, U) 3.10
Dinosaur ??? Adventure. DB Sweeney,
Alfre Woodard (2000, PG) 4.45 As 10.15pm
Drama
7.00 LIVE Premier League
Football AFC Bournemouth v
Crystal Palace (kick-off 8.00), with
the Cherries having made a ?ne
start to the season, while the
Eagles are mid-table.
Evans, Christopher Walken, Maury Chaykin (1997, PG)
9.45 The Muppet Christmas
Carol ???? Wonderful comedy
adaptation. Michael Caine (1992, U)
11.15 Pel� Birth of a Legend
?? Visually impressive biopic.
Kevin de Paula, Seu Jorge, Vincent D?Onofrio (2016, PG)
1.10am Anastasia As 6.10am
2.55 The Golden Child ??
Action comedy. Eddie Murphy, Charles Dance
(1986, PG) 4.40 Barnyard ???
Comedy. Kevin James, Courteney Cox (2006, PG)
Sci-Fi/Horror
5.45pm The Zookeeper?s Wife
??? Wartime drama based on
a true story. Jessica Chastain (2017, 12)
8.00 Goodbye Christopher
Robin ???? Warm drama with
a dark tinge. Domhnall Gleeson (2017, PG)
10.00 The Lucky One ?? Slick
romantic drama. Zac Efron (2012, 12)
11.45 Black Snake Moan ???
Outrageous, entertaining Deep
South melodrama. Samuel L Jackson,
7.00pm Serenity ????
Thrilling sci-? tale that follows an
adventurer and his crew in the
galactic equivalent of the Wild
West. Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk (2005, 15)
9.00 Aliens 5 Stunning
sci-? action thriller in which
Sigourney Weaver and a team of
marines confront an army of
lethal beasties. Michael Biehn (1986, 18)
11.30 Singularity ? Sci-?
thriller. Julian Schaffner, John Cusack (2017, 12)
Select
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
6.00am Premier League Greatest
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8.30 Goals on Sunday 10.00 Premier
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12 noon Premier League Football
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5.00 Soccer AM 5.30 Premier League
100 Club 6.00 Premier League Best
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8.00 Mousehunt ????
Energetic comedy. Nathan Lane, Lee
Sky 310 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.00am Out of the Shadows ??
Horror. Allen Kellogg (2017, 15) 7.40 As
4.30pm 10.10 Passengers ??
Sci-? adventure. Chris Pratt, Jennifer
Lawrence (2016, 12) 12.10pm As 7pm
2.10 Aliens As 9pm 4.30 2001:
a Space Odyssey 5
Stunning sci-? epic. Keir Dullea (1968, U)
1.45am 22 Chaser ?? Crime
drama. Brian J Smith (2016) 3.25 The
War of the Roses ???? Black
comedy. Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner (1989, 15)
5.30 Bus Stop ???? Romantic
comedy. Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray (1956, U)
Sky Premier League
Lucas Till, Jane Levy, Thomas Lennon (2016, PG)
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
6.00am Anna and the King of
Siam ??? Drama. (1946, 12) 8.15
The Birth of a Nation ????
Drama. (2016, 15) 10.20 Chariots of
Fire 5 Drama. (1981, PG)
12.30pm As 8pm 2.25 Stand by
Me 5 Drama. (1986, 15) 4.00
Collateral Beauty ?? Drama. (2016, 12)
Christina Ricci, Justin Timberlake (2006, 15)
SPORT Choices
1.15am As 6am 3.00 The Girl
with All the Gifts ???? Sci-?
horror thriller. Glenn Close
interview, p36. Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close
(2016, 15) 5.00 Sky Cinema Preview
TCM
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6.20am Billy Lynn?s Long
Halftime Walk ??? (2016, 15) 8.20
Made in France ??? (2015, 15)
10.05 Salt and Fire ?? (2016, 12)
11.50 Frantz ???? (2016, 12)
1.50pm Ace in the Hole 5
(1951) 3.50 William Shakespeare?s
Romeo + Juliet ???? (1996, 12)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
6.00am Hollywood?s Best Film
Directors 7.00 Gone with the
Wind 5 Period drama. Vivien
Leigh (1939, PG) 11.15 The Wrong Box
??? Period comedy. John Mills (1966, U)
1.30pm The Oklahoman ??
Western. (1957, U) 3.15 Mrs Miniver
5 Drama. Greer Garson (1942, U)
6.00pm Grosse Pointe Blank
???? A hitman returns to his
home town for a high-school
reunion. John Cusack, Minnie Driver (1997, 15)
8.00 Get Out 5
Remarkable horror mystery
about a man who uncovers dark
secrets when he visits his
girlfriend?s parents for the ?rst
time. Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams (2017, 15)
10.00 Hatred ??? Hard-hitting
war drama. Michalina Labacz (2016, 18)
6.00pm The Night of the
Generals ??? Lurid Second
World War drama. Peter O?Toole (1966, 15)
9.00 Desperado ????
Explosive adventure starring
Antonio Banderas as a mariachi
out for revenge. Salma Hayek (1995, 18)
11.15 Boiler Room ????
Corruption and greed are
examined in this dazzling drama
set in a dubious brokerage ?rm.
12.15am Daphne ??? Comedy
drama. Emily Beecham (2017, 15) 1.50
Fashionista ??? Thriller. Amanda
Fuller (2016, 15) 3.45 My Father Die
??? Drama. Joe Anderson (2016, 18) 5.20
Tramontane ??? Drama. (2016, U)
1.40am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 3.35 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors As 6.30am
Giovanni Ribisi, Ben Af?eck, Nia Long (2000, 15)
TCM +1 Sky 316 Virgin 417
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Darts 7.00pm Sky Action
Last year?s surprise Grand Prix
winner, Daryl Gurney
Sky Main Event
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6.00am LIVE Tennis Day one of
the ATP Japan Open in Tokyo.
12 noon Football Centre
12.30pm LIVE Tennis Day one of
the ATP China Open in Beijing.
2.30 Sky Sports News
7.00 LIVE Premier League
Football AFC Bournemouth v
Crystal Palace (kick-off 8.00), with
the Cherries having made a ?ne
start to the season, while the
Eagles are mid-table.
11.00 Sky Sports News 1.00am
Premier League Football
1.30 LIVE NFL Denver Broncos v
Kansas City Chiefs.
5.00?5.30am Super League
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Football
Years 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Football?s
Greatest Players (AD) 8.30 Football
League Greatest Games 9.00 Football
Years 9.30 Countdowns 10.00 Play-Off
Finals 11.00 One2Eleven 11.30 SPFL
Greatest Games
12 noon Football?s Greatest Players
(AD) 12.30pm Football League 2.00
Play-Off Finals 3.00 Football?s Greatest
Players (AD) 3.30 Countdowns 4.00
One2Eleven (AD) 5.00 Football Years
5.30 Countdowns
6.00 Soccer AM (AD) 7.00 Football
League 8.30 Soccer AM (AD) 9.00
Play-Off Finals 10.00 Scottish Football
10.15 SPFL Greatest Games 10.30 Major
League Soccer 11.00 Football League
12 midnight Scottish Football 12.15am
SPFL Greatest Games 12.30 Major League
Soccer 1.00 One2Eleven 1.30 SPFL
Greatest Games 2.00 Football?s Greatest
Players (AD) 2.30 Football League
Greatest Games 3.30 Countdowns 4.00
Greatest Games 5.00 Greatest Players
5.30?6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Ryder Cup
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am Ryder Cup: tournament review
7.00pm Ryder Cup Verdict 8.00 How
the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won 10.00
Nick Dougherty?s Ryder Cup Tips 10.30
How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won
12.30am Ryder Cup Memories 1.30
Nick Dougherty?s Ryder Cup Tips 2.00
Ryder Cup Memories 3.00 How the
2018 Ryder Cup Was Won 5.00 Nick
Dougherty?s Ryder Cup Tips 5.30?
6.00am Ryder Cup Memories
FreeSports
Freeview 95 Freesat 252 Sky 422 Virgin 553
7.30?10.00pm LIVE Rugby Union
Premiership Rugby Shield, Newcastle
Falcons v Northampton Wanderers
academy action from Kingston
Park (kick-off 8.00).
Books
11.00 Premier League Best Goals
12 midnight Premier League Football
1.30am 100 Club 2.00 Premier League
Football 3.30 100 Club 4.00 Best Goals
5.30?6.00am 100 Club
Sky Cricket
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6.00am World Cup Cricket Classics
7.00 Ashes Greats 8.00 International
One-Day Cricket
12 noon Indian Premier League Cricket
5.00pm Return of the Royals 5.30
International One-Day Cricket 8.30
Return of the Royals 9.00 International
One-Day Cricket 11.00 North v South:
the Great Divide
12 midnight International One-Day
Cricket 2.00am North v South: the
Great Divide 3.00 World Cup Cricket
Classics 4.00 Cricket Masterclass
5.00?6.00am Ashes Greats
BT Sport 1
Sky 413 Virgin 531 BT 408 HD Virgin 527 BT 430
5.30am LIVE Tennis Day three of
the WTA China Open in Beijing, an
outdoor hardcourt tournament.
This is the biggest event on the
Asian leg of the Tour.
1.30pm Motorcyling: EnduroCross
2.00 Tennis 6.00 Premier League
Review 7.00 MotoGP Rewind
7.15 LIVE Speedway
Semi-?nal second-leg action in the
Premiership.
10.30 Premier League Tonight 11.00
Scottish Football 11.30 Fishing
12.30am Motor Racing: European Le
Mans Series 1.30?5.30am Tennis
BT Sport 2
Sky 414 Virgin 532 BT 409 HD Virgin 528 BT 431
6.00am The Football Archives 7.00
Premier League Review 8.00 Premier
League Football 11.00 Non-League
Football 11.30 Rugby Union
1.30pm Premier League Review 2.30
Speedway
6.30 Scottish Football 7.00 Motor
Racing: Formula 3 8.00 World Rally
8.30 Sailing 9.00 Fishing 10.00 Cage
Warriors
12 midnight OJ: Made in America (AD)
2.00am German Football 3.00 French
Football 4.00 Motor Racing 5.30?
6.00am World Rally
BT Sport 3
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Sky Action
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5.30am LIVE Tennis The ATP
China Open, day one at the National
Tennis Centre in Beijing. Coverage
continues at 12.30pm.
11.30 Classic Tennis
12.30pm LIVE Tennis
Further play from day one of the
ATP China Open in Beijing, an
outdoor hardcourt tournament.
2.30 Sporting Greats (AD) 3.00
International Rugby Union 4.00
NFL: yesterday?s highlights
7.00 LIVE Darts Day two of
the Grand Prix of Darts in Dublin,
featuring eight matches from the
?rst round.
12 midnight Sporting Records
12.30am NFL: Steelers v Ravens
1.30 LIVE NFL Denver Broncos v
Kansas City Chiefs, from Broncos
Stadium at Mile High.
5.00?6.00am Boxing Gold
Sky Arena
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6.00am LIVE Tennis Continuing
play from day one of the ATP Japan
Open from Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo.
12 noon Wrestling 1.00pm NFL
4.00 NRL: Grand Final 5.00
Wrestling 7.00 NFL
12 midnight Super League
12.30am Sporting Greats (AD)
1.00 LIVE Wrestling Grappling
from WWE Raw in the States.
4.15 Wrestling 4.30 Great Sporting
Moments 5.00?5.30am Super League
Sky Mix
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5.30?11.30am LIVE Tennis The
ATP China Open, day one at the
National Tennis Centre in Beijing.
12.30?2.30pm LIVE Tennis
The ATP 500 China Open, day one
continues in Beijing.
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis
Day two of the ATP Japan Open in
Tokyo. Continues until 12 noon.
6.00am German Football: highlights
from eight matches
7.30pm LIVE German Football
FC Ingolstadt 04 v FC Union Berlin
in Bundesliga 2 (kick-off 7.30).
Monday Television
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6.35am As 12.05pm 7.50 As
3.40pm 9.00 As 4.55pm 10.35
As 6.30pm 12.05pm Pooh?s
Heffalump Movie ?? Comedy. Jim
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Dumbo 5 Fantasy. Edward Brophy
(1941, U) 4.55 Mars Needs Moms
?? Sci-? comedy. Seth Green (2011, PG)
9.30 BT Sport Goals Reload 10.00
French Football: a round-up of the
weeend?s action in Ligue 1 11.00 Tennis:
highlights from day three of the WTA
China Open in Beijing
1.00am UFC: Khabib v Al Iaquinta
4.00?6.00am Australian Rules Football
BT Sport//ESPN
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6.00am Canadian Football League:
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4.00pm Major League Baseball
4.30?6.00am American Football:
colleage NCAA action
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7.40am World Superbikes 8.10 Table
Tennis 9.55 Snooker
11.55 LIVE Snooker European
Masters, the opening session on
day one of the ranking tournament
in Lommel, Belgium. More live
coverage at 5.55pm.
4.00pm Snooker
5.55 LIVE Snooker Further
coverage from day one of the
European Masters in Belgium, a
ranking tournament. Judd Trump
was the winner last year, defeating
Stuart Bingham 9?7 in the ?nal.
10.00 Snooker: the European Masters
12 midnight?1.00am World Superbikes
Eurosport 2
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6.00am Snooker 8.30 Cycling 10.00
World Superbikes 11.15 Motor Racing
12 noon Cycling 1.00pm Motocross
2.00 British Superbikes 3.00 World
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6.30 World Superbikes 8.00 British
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TUESDAY Choices
The pick of today?s TV
ICING ON
THE CAKE
Television Tuesday
Prue and Paul
are pursuers of
perfection in the
Tent of Dreams
PICK OF THE DAY
m
The Great British Bake Off
8.00pm C4
FOOD ?Pastry: you turn your back on it and it will eat you alive,?
says one of the remaining seven bakers. A worrying image, that.
But even though they all keep their attention ?rmly on their samosas (this
week?s signature challenge), someone?s fried triangles give the judges? jaws
a bit too much of a workout.
Despite a technical challenge that?s met with blank looks and rolled eyes,
Paul Hollywood doles out several congratulatory handshakes this week,
This Morning: 30
Unforgettable Years
7.30pm ITV
ENTERTAINMENT What do Corrie?s
Kym Marsh, gardening genius Monty
Don, chef John Torode and the late
Caroline Aherne have in common?
They can all attribute at least a little
of their success to ITV?s This Morning.
Here we?re taken back to Liverpool?s
Albert Dock, where Richard Madeley
and Judy Finnigan helmed the ?rst
edition on Monday 3 October 1988.
From there we embark on a
thoroughly entertaining journey
through the show?s archives, with
plenty of familiar faces revealing
what really happened behind the
scenes. From Mr Bean?s kitchen
mishap to Madeley?s Ali G moment,
expect plenty of priceless blasts
from the past. SARAH DORAN
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while Prue Leith gives one contestant a ?well done? hug. Is this the new thing
for the bakers to aspire to?
Those viewers who have already decided they know who will be in the ?nal
should perhaps stop feeling smug. The competition is still wide open, with
one former star baker having a terrible ?rst day: ?I?m embarrassed. It looks
like I can?t bake!? Will that person?s showstopper creation of a majestic pie ?t
for a banquet be enough to keep them in the running? JANE RACKHAM
Saving Lives at Sea
Wanderlust
Queen of the World
8.00pm BBC2
9.00pm BBC1
9.00pm ITV
DOCUMENTARY We?re reminded
DRAMA Ha! So you thought this was
DOCUMENTARY Students of the
again tonight of the hugely
impressive way that RNLI volunteers
give up their free time to be on call.
I know this is well-trodden ground,
but it?s still extraordinary when you
meet, say, Adam, a young doctor
who works 60-hour weeks at a
hospital in Truro, then returns to
London to do shifts as a volunteer
on the Thames lifeboats.
Adam has to help rescue a man
who is in the water clinging to a
wooden post as the current swirls
around him. But the most dramatic
challenge tonight is in Cardigan Bay,
where a runaway motorboat is
out of control, spinning in circles
near a beach. How on earth do you
stop it? DAVID BUTCHER
a lively, occasionally sexy drama
about middle-class adultery in
Manchester? Not so fast. This week,
for the penultimate episode, writer
Nick Payne takes us on a detour, and
a great big, indulgent detour at that.
After the ?reworks last week,
as Joy and Alan?s experiment in
in?delity reached a crisis, we take a
step back from the story and go on
a trip into Joy?s psyche, via a session
with her therapist.
At ?rst you assume that this talky,
meandering two-hander will be just
the opening scene: no, it?s the whole
bleeding episode. For a cultish HBO
or Net?ix drama, that would be a
brave move; for a 9pm BBC1 show,
it?s nuts. DB
Net?ix drama The Crown, and the
liberties it may or may not take with
the early years of the Queen?s reign:
prick up your ears. The Queen herself
reminisces here about those early
ventures around the Commonwealth,
in the second half of a documentary
that looks both back and forwards.
The future of the British
monarchy?s relationship with the
rest of the world lies, of course, in the
Queen?s children and grandchildren.
They are all on duty at Buckingham
Palace as it prepares to host 53
world leaders at an event where only
world-class hospitality will do. Before
that, the Prince of Wales embarks on
his own tour of India, with somewhat
unpredictable results. JACK SEALE
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
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TUESDAY 2 OCTOBER
On EastEnders (7.30pm BBC1),
Linda leaves jailbird Mick (right) to rot
in prison because she suddenly now
believes that he?s guilty of trying to
shoot Stuart. After always being loyal
to her husband, I?m looking forward to
seeing how she sells this to the rest of
the Carters: ?Look, you?re just gonna
have to accept that he?s out of my life.
And if he thinks I?m going up west to see
him in Nativity! the Musical and that
Harold Pinter thing while he?s off screen,
then he?s got another thing coming!?
9.15pm C4
REALITY The pain and sadness
lurking behind the plastered-on smiles
of some daters can be heartbreaking.
Sharon, 43, and ?King of the
Forecourt? Kenny, 47, roar with
laughter throughout their meal but
when they con?de in each other how
their previous relationships ended
(so harrowing that Kenny can barely
get the words out), you?ll be as
overwhelmed as them.
Ash and Rachel are much too young
to have a history of trauma or turbulent
romance. They are the cutest couple
? shy, giggly and sweet. Meanwhile,
trendy Shane is the owner of a
sweet soul (and some impressive
facial hair) according to fellow beardie
Roberto. But behind the beard lurks
more emotion and distress. JR
Hannah Daniel (seen in both Keeping
Faith and Hinterland) arrives on
Holby City (8pm BBC1; Scotland:
10.45pm) as new F1 Leah Faulkner. She
quickly proves herself to be a welcome
addition ? particularly for Serena. I shall
say no more. Elsewhere, we have Sacha
doing a bowel transplant in the memory
of a fallen colleague. I can?t reveal who
has died, in case you haven?t seen last
week?s episode. But I?m sure you?ll agree
that this is the kind of epitaph we?re all
hoping for, right? DAVID BROWN
Ben Fogle: New Lives
in the Wild
Later Live...
with Jools Holland
9.15pm Channel 5
10.00pm BBC2
DOCUMENTARY The only feature
MUSIC I wonder if Muse will be
more special than the scenery in this
inspiring episode is the family Ben
meets. New Zealand neo-nomads
Andy and Amber live with their kids
on a cool, retro school bus. It?s not
your typical hippy wagon, though.
It?s quite? middle class. The couple
spent �,000 on renovating it after
quitting their stressful of?ce jobs.
It all looks idyllic, tootling around
Hobbiton from Lord of the Rings,
stopping off for a quick surf and a
barbie. But it must also be hard work.
And, as is usually the case, this drastic
change of lifestyle was born out of
(near) tragedy. ?Once you ?gure out
time is so valuable, nothing else
matters,? says Andy. GARY ROSE
chewing the fat about theoretical
physics between tunes tonight.
That?d be nice. The band?s previous
album titles have referenced black
holes, thermodynamics and symmetry.
Their new one, Simulation Theory,
continues the thematic trend, while
its cover boasts retro-futuristic
nods to Blade Runner and Tron.
And while Muse like to inhabit
the future, young Leicester band
Easy Life are the sound of the present.
Their eclectic combo of urban beats
and wonky indie pop has garnered
them praise from the likes of NME.
Also, will Jon Cleary join Jools for a
duet of boogie-woogie ivory tinkling?
It?d seem foolish not to. GR
The Bank That
Almost Broke Britain
DISCOVER TV
The best of streaming
and catch-up
The Last Testament
of Lillian Bilocca
iPlayer (expires 10.30pm)
Following on from Hull?s
Headscarf Heroes ? also
leaving iPlayer tonight ? is
Maxine Peake?s ?lm about a
woman who campaigned for
workers? safety after 58 lives
were lost in trawler disasters
in 1968. Archive footage,
scenes from Peake?s play
about Bilocca (starring Helen
Carter) and interviews with
locals form a sharp picture
of a community heroine.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Teletubbies
10.05am CBeebies, iPlayer
The rotund, unintelligible
friends are still going, tapping
into very small kids? inchoate
understanding of language.
Today, Tinky Winky et al
drive to the Hidey Hup. JS
Tuesday Television
First Dates Hotel
TODAY IN SOAPLAND
BEST LIVE SPORT
9.00pm BBC2
DOCUMENTARY We?ve seen
October 2008,
the month of
the global
?nancial crisis
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
? Champions League Football:
Hoffenheim v Manchester City
5.15pm (k/o 5.55pm) BT Sport 3;
Manchester United v Valencia
7pm (k/o 8pm) BT Sport 2
Romelu Lukaku. Sport: page 35
? Tennis: WTA China Open, day
four 5.30am, 12.30pm BT Sport 1
? Championship Football:
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough
7pm (k/o 7.45pm) Sky Football/
Main Event
q FILM OF THE DAY
What about Bob?
7.55pm Sony Movie Channel
A multiphobic patient annoys
a self-centred psychiatrist.
Comedy with Bill Murray and
Richard Dreyfuss. See page 42
MARK HARRISON; GETTY
MELTDOWN
documentaries before that explore
and explain the ?nancial crash, but
this is one of the best. It takes us
back to October 2008 and the day
that Royal Bank of Scotland ran out
of cash and the Government had a
very hairy 24 hours in which to stop
that wrecking the economy. A BBC
correspondent at the time, Robert
Peston recalls it vividly: ?It could
have been one of those moments
when you turn the lights off, get
under the duvet, buy a shotgun and
some baked beans.?
As well as charting the course of
a fateful day at the Treasury (?It was
terrifying? disaster-movie-type
stuff,? says one adviser), Leo Burley?s
?lm explores how Fred Goodwin?s
?catastrophically hubristic?
leadership made RBS (brie?y) the
biggest bank in the world. It?s all
elegantly laid out, crystal clear and
as absorbing as a thriller. DB
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BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Louise Minchin, Dan Walker. (S) (HD)
9.15 Rip-Off Britain Exploring whether thousands of
second-hand cars have had their mileage altered. (S) (HD)
10.00 Homes under the Hammer Properties in
Gwent, north-west Birmingham and Liverpool. (S) (HD)
11.00 A1: Britain?s Longest Road Joyriders cause a
potentially lethal smash. Rptd tomorrow 6.30am BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 Close Calls: on Camera A mountain biker has
a freak accident in the Peak District. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15pm Bargain Hunt Two husband-and-wife teams
compete in Hay-on-Wye. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
1.45 Doctors Daniel gets hooked into a TV interview
with a student that ends up going viral. (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 Chase the Case Strategic game show hosted
by Dan Walker. Repeated tomorrow 7.15am BBC2 (S) (HD)
3.00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chapman helps a
couple searching for a home in Worcestershire. (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Garden Rescue The team competes to design
a �000 family garden in Southampton. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.30?5.15 Antiques Road Trip Louise Gostelow and
Philip Serrell look for items in Essex and Suffolk. (S) (HD)
BBC2
6.00am An Island Parish: Shetland Minister David
Cooper remembers his time in Ghana. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 A1: Britain?s Longest Road A beer tanker
suffers a blowout. Shown yesterday 11am BBC1 (S) (HD)
7.15 Chase the Case Shown yesterday 2.15pm BBC1 (S) (HD)
8.00?9.00 Sign Zone 8.00 Great British Menu The
North East chefs prepare desserts. (R) (S) 8.30 The Farmers?
Country Showdown Three farming families compete for the
Farmers Weekly diversi?cation of the year award. (R) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire Current affairs. (S) (HD)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S) (HD)
12.15pm Politics Live Coverage of the Conservative
Party conference. Highlights 11.15pm. (S) (HD)
1.00 The Super League Show Action from the ?nal
round of Super 8s ?xtures. Shown Mon 11.45pm BBC1 North (S)
1.50 Meerkats: Secrets of an Animal Superstar
A 20-year study of the animals? behaviour. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? Choirmaster Gareth
Malone researches his musical heritage. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Summer: Earth?s Seasonal Secrets How
nature deals with the season?s challenges. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.45?5.15 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) (S) (HD)
ITV
6.00am Good Morning Britain With Lord Sugar,
Rory Bremner and Debra Stephenson. (S) (HD)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news. (S) (HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Verbal spats. (S) (HD)
10.30 This Morning Hosted by Holly Willoughby and
Philip Scho?eld. Including Regional Weather (S) (HD)
12.30pm Loose Women Lively chat. Rptd 3am (S) (HD)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News Regional News; Weather (S)
2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime Stories The case of a
taxi driver who was a killer. (R) (S) (HD)
3.00 Tenable A family from Glasgow answer questions
about top ten lists. (S) (HD) Followed by Regional Weather
4.00?5.00 Tipping Point With Ben Shephard. (S) (HD)
Channel 4
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6.35am Mike & Molly First shown on Comedy Central (S) (HD)
7.40 Everybody Loves Raymond Triple bill. (R) (S)
9.05 Frasier Two episodes of the US sitcom. (R) (S) (AD)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA The CEO of Build-aBear Workshop goes incognito in her company. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA At Zayna
Flaming Grill in California. (R) (S) 12 noon News (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me Swedish-inspired grub
and retro dishes feature in central Scotland. (R) (S) (HD)
1.05 A New Life in the Sun A Brit confronts her
staff at an adventure company in Majorca. (R) (S) (HD)
2.10 Countdown With guest Richard Madeley. (S) (HD)
3.00 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole makes good
money by restoring a pine sideboard in Shef?eld. (S) (HD)
4.00?5.00 A Place in the Sun A couple look to
return to their Caribbean roots in Barbados. (S) (HD)
BBC1
BBC2
Wanderlust
9.00pm Joy has
an emotional
breakthrough
during her
therapy session
Saving Lives at
Sea 8.00pm The
RNLI crew speed
on another rescue
mission to help
a boat in distress
5.15pm Pointless
5.15pm Flog It!
With Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman. (S) (HD)
6.00 BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
6.30 Regional news magazines (S)
7.00 The One Show
Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. (S) (HD)
Paul Martin uncovers the colourful characters of
the historic Ugbrooke family in Devon. (R) (S) (HD)
6.00 Letterbox
Game show presented by Mel Giedroyc.
Exec producers David Young, Kate Middleditch and Chris Jones (S) (HD)
6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two
2 BBC RED BUTTON 7.00?10.30pm 5 Live Final Score
The latest scores and results from BBC Radio 5 Live
Zoe Ball talks to the successful couple from Sunday
night?s dance-off. (S) (HD)
7.30 EastEnders
7.00 Nigella: at My Table
Linda begins to doubt Mick?s innocence. Bernadette
meddles in Tiffany and Jagger?s relationship.
Writer Martin Scott Cast Thursday/Friday (S) (AD) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 83
Series producer Hannah Griffiths; Exec producer Robi Dutta (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 Holby City
Inscrutable. Sacha scrubs up for a marathon
operation but Dom worries he?s taking on too much
too soon after his return. Serena is pulled in different
directions when sparky new junior doctor Leah
struggles with a problematic ?rst patient. Fletch
feels he should spend more time with his dad.
Roxanna MacMillan Hermione Gulliford
Henrik Hanssen
Guy Henry
John Gaskell
Paul McGann
Essie Di Lucca
Kaye Wragg
Meena Chowdhury
Salma Hoque
Ric Grif?n
Hugh Quarshie
Sacha Levy
Bob Barrett
Dominic Copeland
David Ames
Ben ?Lofty? Chiltern
Lee Mead
Serena Campbell
Catherine Russell
Nicky McKendrick
Belinda Owusu
Donna Jackson
Jaye Jacobs
Adrian ?Fletch? Fletcher Alex Walkinshaw
Jac Naylor
Rosie Marcel
Frieda Petrenko
Olga Fedori
Steven Fletcher
Jesse Birdsall
Leah Faulkner
Hannah Daniel
Tyler Saba
Hiran Abeysekera
Lyle Laidlow
Ciaran Kellgren
?Scary? Sue Buchanan Angela Lonsdale
Writer Tony Higgins; Producer Yasmin Kalli
Director Sean Glynn (S) (AD) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 83
9.00 Wanderlust
Amid the increasing turbulence of her
a5/6.
extramarital misadventures, Joy?s regular
therapy session with Angela develops into a granular
examination of past events and the secrets she has
been hiding from herself and everyone else. See p82.
Joy Richards
Angela Bowden
Alan Richards
Naomi Richards
Laura Richards
Tom Richards
Lawrence Cole
Young Joy
Toni Collette
Sophie Okonedo
Steven Mackintosh
Emma D?Arcy
Celeste Dring
Joe Hurst
Paul Kaye
Amy Leighton
1/6. Nigella Lawson demonstrates simple recipes that
offer complex ?avours. Her new discovery is Turkishinspired eggs, but she also shares an old favourite,
queen of puddings. Next episode tomorrow 7pm.
Young Alan
Luke Thomas Taylor
Young Lawrence Dominic Herman-Day
Stevie Cole
Katharine Ingle
Emily Riley
Kate O?Flynn
Josh Riley
Simon Tcherniak
Marvin Walters
William Ash
Joy?s father
Trevor Murphy
Writer Nick Payne; Producer Kate Crowther
Director Lucy Tcherniak (S) (AD) (HD)
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7.30 Great British Menu
The Northern Ireland chefs serve up a few surprises
for their ?sh courses, as Tommy creates a dish
dedicated to the discovery of DNA, James aims
for a re?ned seafood version of a fried chicken
takeaway, and Shauna cooks a tribute to NHS
staff in her hometown of Londonderry. (S) (HD)
8.00 Saving Lives at Sea
Series 3. The Tower lifeboat station crew
a8/10
are called to help police save a man who is stuck
beneath a pier on the Thames with the tide rising.
RNLI volunteer Vinnie heads out to sea in darkness
to try to rescue two teenage boys who have been
caught in a treacherous current, while across the
Irish Sea in Dunmore East, the lifeboat crew are
called to assist a stranded motor boat. See p82.
Directors Phil Broadhurst, Louis Grover and Luke Proctor
Series producer Alex Raw (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Bank That Almost Broke Britain
years after the global ?nancial crash, this
aTen
?lm re-visits 7 October 2008, the fateful, almost
fatal day when the Royal Bank of Scotland collapsed,
endangering the nation?s entire banking system.
Key players interviewed include then Chancellor
of the Exchequer Alistair Darling and business
minister Baroness Shriti Vadera, who recalls just
how close we came to cash machines running out
of money and hospitals being unable to function.
The programme also chronicles the remarkable
growth of RBS under its hubristic chief executive,
Fred ?The Shred? Goodwin. See page 83.
Director Leo Burley; Executive producer Michael McAvoy (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
10.00 Later Live...with Jools Holland
10.45 George Shelley: Learning to Grieve
chamber-pop artist Laurel makes her Later debut.
Completing the line-up are singer John Grant, funk
musician Jon Cleary, indie ?ve-piece Easy Life and
soulful R&B prodigy Hamzaa. See page 83.
Followed by National Lottery Update (S)
Musician and presenter George Shelley talks about
his struggle to deal with the loss of his sister Harriet,
21, in a sudden accident in 2017. He also talks candidly
with his parents and best friend to better understand
the process of grieving, meets other young people
who have lost a sibling and explores the link between
bereavement and mental health. See choice, p63.
Director Adam Jessel; Executive producer Max Gogarty (S) (HD)
Available online at bbc.co.uk/bbcthree and iPlayer since Sunday 10am
11.45 Blades of Glory ???
comedy starring Will Ferrell and Jon
qIce-skating
Heder. Skating bad boy Chazz Michael Michaels
is forced, after a life ban, to team up with nemesis
Jimmy MacElroy and enter the World Championships,
via a loophole, as the sport?s ?rst male/male pair.
Directors Will Speck and Josh Gordon (2007, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
1.15am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
1.20?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
Muse perform songs from their upcoming
a2/7.
album Simulation Theory, while acclaimed
Director Janet Fraser Crook; Series producer Alison Howe (S)
10.30 Newsnight With Evan Davis. (S) (HD)
11.10 Weather (S) (HD)
11.15 Today at Conference
The Conservative Party event in Birmingham. (S) (HD)
11.45 NFL This Week
Action from Tennessee Titans v Philadelphia Eagles
and New England Patriots v Miami Dolphins. (S) (HD)
12.35?3.20am Sign Zone 12.35 Eight Go Rallying: the
Road to Saigon 4/4. The teams travel along Vietnam?s
coastline to the closing ceremony in Saigon. (R) (S) (AD)
1.35 Ancient Invisible Cities 3/3. The hidden remnants of
ancient structures that form the skeleton of Istanbul. (R) (S) (AD)
2.35 Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk A war hero. (R) (S)
HD BBC2 HD Freeview 102 Freesat 102 Sky 102 Virgin 162
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ITV
Channel 4
Queen of the
World 9.00pm
The Queen hosts
a very important
Commonwealth
occasion
First Dates Hotel
Michael, Jim, Beth and Jackie take part. (S) (HD)
Moira breaks unexpected news about Cain.
Moira Dingle
Natalie J Robb Eric Pollard
Christopher Chittell
Aaron Dingle
Danny Miller Faith Dingle
Sally Dexter
Charity Dingle
Emma Atkins Diane Sugden Elizabeth Estensen
Chas Dingle
Lucy Pargeter Leyla Harding
Roxy Shahidi
Paddy Kirk
Dominic Brunt David Metcalfe Matthew Wolfenden
Sarah Sugden
Katie Hill Lydia Hart
Karen Blick
Graham Foster Andrew Scarborough Marlon Dingle
Mark Charnock
Liv Flaherty
Isobel Steele Doctor
Martelle Edinborough
Debbie Dingle
Charley Webb Registrar
Stephanie Siadatan
Kerry Wyatt
Laura Norton Midwives
Doug Potts
Duncan Preston Julie Lockey, Rebecca Hutchinson
Writer Andrew Kirk More cast Thursday
Repeated tomorrow 8am and 12.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 This Morning: 30 Unforgettable
Years
A celebration of one of ITV?s longest-running
shows, famously giving stars such as Charlotte
Church and Simon Cowell their showbiz breaks
and boldly broaching subjects previously taboo
to daytime television, such as trialling viagra
live on screen. Presenting double acts Richard
Madeley and Judy Finnigan, Eamonn Holmes
and Ruth Langsford, and Phillip Scho?eld and
Holly Willoughby reminisce. Robbie Williams,
Bradley Walsh, Gino D?Acampo and Keith Lemon
contribute, and there are clips and gaffes aplenty.
Joanna Lumley narrates. See page 82.
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Director/Producer Martin Harper (S) (HD)
9.00 Queen of the World
2/2. The pro?le of the Queen and her work
with the Commonwealth concludes as
Buckingham Palace prepares for the arrival of 53
world leaders. While the Royal Chef is joined by
cooks from London?s oldest Indian restaurant for
themed evening at the Palace, Prince Charles
proceeds on a lively tour of India itself. And
before she is joined by the whole family for the
big occasion, the Queen meets some inspiring
young future Commonwealth leaders. See p82.
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Series director Matthew Hill; Producer Robert Hardman (S) (HD)
10.00 ITV News at Ten
Weather; Regional News and Weather (S)
10.45 Heathrow: Britain?s Busiest
Airport
A potential people traf?cker is ?agged up.
Series director Dave Waterman
Series producer Juliette Murray-Topham (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
11.15 The Frankenstein Chronicles
5/6 Series 2. The Marriage of Heaven and
Hell. Marlott?s enquiries yield fresh information
that leads him to an abandoned building.
Inspector John Marlott Sean Bean
Frederick Dipple
Laurence Fox
Esther Rose
Maeve Dermody
Sir Robert Peel
Tom Ward
Lord Daniel Hervey
Ed Stoppard
Sergeant Nightingale Richie Campbell
Queenie
Kerrie Hayes
Sam
Aaron Kelly
Flora
Eloise Smith
meet Rachel?s
high standards
and those of her
picky mother?
5.00pm Four in a Bed
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days (S) (HD)
Constable Pip Bircher Frank Blake
Renquist
Martin McCann
Fox
Chris Robinson
Dr Lennox
Ian McElhinney
Inspector Treadaway Paul Kennedy
Blackwood
Chris Coghill
Tatty
Louise Parker
Boz
Ryan Sampson
The guests are impressed by the farmhouse at
Gooseford Farm B&B on Dartmoor, Devon. (S) (HD)
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
Eloise creates a two-foot-high edible slot
machine for a surprise birthday party. (S) (HD)
6.00 The Simpsons
The Book Job. Homer becomes an author of
children?s books. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Hollyoaks
Damon receives a visiting order from Buster.
Damon Kinsella
Jacob Roberts
Buster Smith
Nathan Sussex
Al?e Nightingale
Richard Linnell
Asha Kaur
Rukku Nahar
Bobby Costello
Jayden Fox
Breda McQueen
Moya Brady
Brody Hudson
Adam Woodward
Cleo McQueen
Nadine Mulkerrin
Darren Osborne Ashley Taylor Dawson
Goldie McQueen
Chelsee Healey
Harry Thompson Parry Glasspool
Hunter McQueen
Theo Graham
Jack Osborne
James McKenna
James Nightingale Gregory Finnegan
Joel Dexter Rory Douglas-Speed
Kyle Kelly
Adam Rickitt
Liberty Savage Jessamy Stoddart
Lily McQueen
Lauren McQueen
Writer Shaun Kitchener More cast Fri Shown yesterday 7pm E4
Rptd tomorrow 6.30am E4 Next episode follows E4 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
8.00 The Great British Bake Off
It?s pastry week and for their
a6/10.
signature challenge Paul Hollywood and
Leith require the remaining
mPrue
contestants to make samosas with a sweet
and a savoury option. There?s a classic French
technical involving two types of pastry and for
their ?nal challenge each baker must create a
majestic pie ?t for a banquet. Noel Fielding and
Sandi Toksvig keep a keen eye on the clock.
An Extra Slice is on Friday 8pm. See page 82.
Series producer Jenna Mans?eld; Executive producers Letty
Kavanagh, Richard McKerrow and Kieran Smith Rptd on 4seven
tonight at 11.05pm, tomorrow 8pm and Friday 10pm (S) (AD) (HD)
RT BOOKS To order Great British Bake off: Get Baking for Friends
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9.15 First Dates Hotel
5/6 Series 3. Aspiring singer Ash gets a
little coaching in romance from assistant
manager Francesca before his date with
receptionist Rachel. After the shocking death of
her soulmate, secretary Sharon is looking for
someone she can have a laugh with. Essex car
salesman Kenny seems a good match but unlike
her he?s not one to wear his heart on his sleeve.
Bearded yoga teacher Shane has a touching
heart-to-heart on his date with equally hirsute
theatre designer Roberto. See page 83.
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Series producer Richard Mills; Exec producers Barnaby Coughlin,
Michele Kurland Rptd 1.35am 4seven and Fri 11pm C4 (S) (AD) (HD)
10.20 The Circle
Ep 13. The contestants continue to embellish
their pro?les. More tomorrow 10pm. (S) (HD)
11.20 The Undateables
Ep 4 Series 9. Will it be third time lucky for plane
spotter Jason? Shown yesterday 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
12.10am Lethal Weapon 9/22 Series 2. Fools Rush In
Riggs?s relationship with Molly evolves. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Loose Women Shown 12.30pm (HD)
3.50 Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
5.05?6.00am The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
12.20am Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls 4/6 Series 3
The islanders make a decision that sends shock waves
through the camp. Shown Sunday 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
1.15 60 Days in Jail Sheri, Ryan and Quintin ?nd
themselves going deeper under cover. (R) (S) (HD)
2.05 George Clarke?s Amazing Homes on Wheels
A jeep transformed into a cocktail bar. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00 Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb Chester
homeowners spruce up their properties. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.55 Grand Designs New Zealand A couple import
two barns from the US. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
4.50 Vet on the Hill A springer spaniel needs an
operation. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
5.45 Kirstie?s Vintage Gems Treasure chests. (R) (S) (HD)
5.50?6.35am Countdown (R) (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
+1 F?view13 F?sat121 Sky 204 Virgin 142 HD F?view104 Sky 138 Virgin 141
Writer Paul Tomalin; Producer Lawrence Till; Director Alex
Gabassi First shown on ITV Encore (S) (AD) (HD)
Followed by Weather (S) (HD)
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BBC1
SCOTLAND
8.00?9.00 River City
10.45 Holby City
11.45 George Shelley:
Learning to Grieve
12.40am FILM:
Blades of Glory
2.10 Weather for the
Week Ahead 2.15?
6.00am News
STV
Producer Richard Townsend
Executive producer Jane French (R) (S) (HD)
10.00pm News at Ten;
STV Weather 10.30
Scotland Tonight
10.55 STV News; ITV
Weather 11.05 The
Frankenstein Chronicles
12.05am Home
Shopping 2.05
Nightscreen
5.05?6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show
8.00 A Very British Romance
with Lucy Worsley
BORDER
SCOTLAND
7.30 The Science of D-Day
Engineer Rob Bell examines the
science and innovations that made
the Normandy landings of 6 June
1944 possible, from tanks that could
drive on water to gigantic gliders.
3/3. How romance became racier
following the First World War, as Marie
Stopes encouraged husbands and
wives to explore their sexual desires.
Director/Producer Rebecca Whyte
Signed repeat 3am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Life Story
2/6. Growing Up. David Attenborough
details the transition that animals
go through as they grow into adults.
Looking at examples such as a tiger
cub whose family is under threat, a
vulnerable veined octopus and a pair
of sibling cheetahs guarding against
starvation, the veteran naturalist
illustrates how they develop new skills
and learn to survive on their own.
Producer Tom Hugh-Jones
Series producer Rupert Barrington
Repeated 2am First shown on BBC1 (S) (AD) (HD)
David Attenborough: page 10
10.00 Greece with Simon Reeve
1/2. Simon travels to one of the most
beautiful but troubled countries in
Europe. The ?rst leg of his journey
takes him from the holiday islands of the
Aegean to Athens. In a bid to get behind
the picture-postcard image, he learns
more about Greece and its inhabitants,
why the country has faced a seemingly
endless economic crisis and how the
people are coming to terms with it.
Director/Series producer Olly Bootle (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Dara and Ed?s Road to
Mandalay
1/3. Malaysia. Dara O Briain and Ed
Byrne travel 3,000 miles through South
East Asia, forging their very own ?Road
to Mandalay?. In Kuala Lumpur they go
beyond the bright lights and towering
skyscrapers of an economic boom to see
how diverse communities are holding on
to their own traditions and ways of life.
Series producer Pamela Gordon
Executive producer Fiona Caldwell (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Rococo: Travel, Pleasure,
Madness 1/3. Travel. Waldemar Januszczak
argues that the art movement is not as
frivolous as some believe. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00am The Hidden Art of Islam Rageh
Omaar visits an exhibition of artefacts from the
Muslim world at the British Museum, examining
artworks re?ecting Hajj. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00 Life Story Shown 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00?4.00am A Very British Romance
with Lucy Worsley Shown 8pm (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
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Representing Border:
political news 12.10am
The Island Strait: the
region?s holiday season
is in full swing 12.35?
1.00 Border Life: with
Fiona Armstrong
BBC1 WALES
11.45?12.15pm X-Ray
10.40 Tourist Trap:
new comedy series
11.10 George Shelley:
Learning to Grieve
12.10am FILM: Blades
of Glory 1.35 Weather
for the Week Ahead
1.40?6.00am News
Tuesday Television
6.00 Regional News Weather (S)
6.30 ITV Evening News Weather (S)
7.00 Emmerdale
9
Greece with
Simon Reeve
10.00pm The
wanderer sets
off on his own
Greek odyssey
9.15pm Will Ash
5.00pm The Chase
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BBC2 WALES
1.50pm First Minister?s
Questions 2.40?
2.45 Coast 11.15 First
Minister?s Questions
12.05am Today at
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10.00pm BBC News;
BBC Newsline 10.40
Spotlight 11.10 George
Shelley: Learning to
Grieve 12.10am FILM:
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1.40?6.00 BBC News
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10.45?11.15pm
October 1968: Brink of
Chaos: new series
12.10am The Island
Strait 12.35 Heathrow:
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Airport 1.00 Lethal
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New Tricks 10.00pm Gerry and
Sandra try to bring down a celebrity
Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild
9.15pm A nomadic life in New Zealand
Sherlock Holmes 9.00pm Watson
Scott & Bailey 10.00pm Rachel and
and Holmes go after a devilish killer
Sean?s domestic problems escalate
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 89
9.15 New. Jeremy Vine (HD)
11.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away
Stewart and Vic try to evict a volatile
tenant. (S) (HD) 12.10pm 5 News (S) (HD)
12.15 NCIS 3/24 Series 8. A robber is shot
dead. (S) (AD) (HD) 1.05 New. Access (S) (HD)
1.15 Home and Away Shown yesterday
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals (S)
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.45 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 7.10 Dress to Impress (S) (HD) 8.00
Emmerdale (S) (AD) (HD) 8.25 Coronation
Street (S) (AD) (HD) 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show (S) (HD) 10.15 Who?s Doing the Dishes?
(S) (AD) (HD) 11.15 Dress to Impress (S) (HD)
12.15pm Emmerdale Shown yesterday 7pm ITV
(S) (AD) (HD) 12.45 Coronation Street Shown
yesterday 7.30/8.30pm ITV (S) (AD) (HD) 1.45
New. The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Jennifer
Hudson talks about The Voice USA (S) (HD)
2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Classic Coronation Street (S)
6.55 Heartbeat (S) (AD) 7.55 The Royal (S)
9.00 Judge Judy: triple bill (S) (HD)
10.25 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (AD) (HD)
12.35pm The Royal (S) 1.35 Heartbeat (S)
(AD) 2.40 Classic Coronation Street: double
bill. Joanne tells Jenny she had a date with
Andy, and Gail feels she is needed in the caf�
(S) 3.45 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (HD)
12 noon Classic EastEnders: double bill.
Lou proves very stubborn, before Pauline
despairs (S) 1.20pm Last of the Summer
Wine 2.00 ?Allo ?Allo! (S) 2.40 London?s
Burning (AD) 3.40 Soldier Soldier 4.55
Lovejoy: Lovejoy gets intimate with Charlotte
5.55pm Heartbeat
6.00pm ?Allo ?Allo!
The rivalry between two brass bands gets
out of hand, and Dawn is swept off her
feet by a handsome stranger. (S) (AD)
6.40 As Time Goes By
6.00pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold
6.55 Murder, She Wrote
Four editions of comical clips. (S)
Jessica sets out to prove the innocence
of a friend who has become the prime
suspect for a murder at a mystery
writers? awards ceremony. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.20 Last of the Summer Wine
8.00 Midsomer Murders
8.00 Judge John Deed
6.30pm 5 Star Repeated 6pm C5 (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 New. Neighbours Rptd 5.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 The Perfect Stalker ?? Thriller
starring Danielle Savre. A woman
suffering from a personality disorder
becomes obsessed with her neighbour.
q
Director Curtis James Crawford (2016) (S) (W) (HD)
4.00 Friends Chandler begins to have grave
doubts about new ?atmate Eddie. (S) (HD)
4.30 Monica?s boyfriend makes a good
impression on Chandler and Joey. (S) (HD)
8.00 Two and a Half Men
3/16 Series 12. Alan and Walden try to
keep up the act that they are a couple
when the social worker visits. (S) (HD)
5.00pm 5 News (S) (HD)
5.30 Neighbours
8.30 Superstore
Bea gently lets Ned down.
9.00 Sherlock Holmes ????
Shown 1.45pm Repeated 6pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00 Home and Away
Willow receives a subpoena.
Shown 1.15pm Next episode 6.30pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S) (HD)
7.00 The Dog Rescuers: Best in Show
The best of the series? rescues, including
Inspector Annie?s attempts to save two
huskies and a bull-breed dog.
Director/Producer Charlie Kinross (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
8.00 New. The Yorkshire Vet
6/12 Series 7. Julian needs help to
perform an emergency caesarean on a
cow that is giving birth to a very large calf,
then he teams up with his wife Anne to
operate on a pug with laboured breathing.
Directors/Producers David Terry, Laura Blair and
Ross Blair (S) (AD) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
9.15 New. Ben Fogle: New Lives in
the Wild
2/8 Series 7. On New Zealand?s
North Island, Ben meets Amber
and Andy, who left the city for a
nomadic existence with their two young
children. Ben shares the daily routines
and chores of life on board their
converted school bus, exploring the
country?s wild landscapes. See page 83.
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Director/Producer Sean McDonnell (S) (HD)
10.15 New. Big Brother
Daily round-up of highlights. (S) (HD)
11.15 New. Big Brother?s Bit on
the Side
More from the live spin-off show. (S) (HD)
12.15am New. Ex on the Beach First shown on
MTV (S) (HD) 1.05 New. SuperCasino (HD) 3.10
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (S) (HD)
4.45 Wildlife SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor
(S) (SL) 5.35?6.00am Divine Designs (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
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19/22 Series 2. Glenn brings his foster
children into the store. (S) (AD) (HD)
mystery thriller. Sherlock
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Holmes and Dr John Watson think
they have seen the back of serial killer
Lord Blackwood. But when the occultist
apparently comes back from the dead, they
are again drawn into a dangerous game.
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Irene Adler
Lord Blackwood
Inspector Lestrade
Robert Downey Jr
Jude Law
Rachel McAdams
Mark Strong
Eddie Marsan
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11.35 Family Guy
Series 4. Loretta is having an affair.
12.05am Peter tries to prove he is a genius
but gets classed as mentally challenged.
12.35 Series 3. Peter tries to rebuild a
dispirited Joe?s self-confidence. (S) (AD) (HD)
1.05 American Dad! (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 Two
and a Half Men (S) (HD) 2.25 Home Shopping
5.55?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
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A Talent for Life. In Malham Bridge,
Barnaby and Troy interview a feisty
pensioner accused of assault by a
fellow fly-fisher. Guest-starring Honor
Blackman and Philip Franks. (S) (AD)
10.00 Scott & Bailey
5/8 Series 3. As Rachel?s domestic
problems escalate, Janet urges her to
return home and face the music. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 6/8. The detectives are sent
to investigate the death of a man
in a nursing home after his daughter
complains about his care. (S) (AD) (HD)
DC Janet Scott
DC Rachel Bailey
DCI Gill Murray
DC Ian Mitchell
DC Pete Readyough
DC Lee Broadhurst
DC Kevin Lumb
Sean McCartney
Lesley Sharp
Suranne Jones
Amelia Bullmore
David Prosho
Tony Mooney
Delroy Brown
Ben Batt
Sean Maguire
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2.05?2.30am Nightscreen (HD)
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7.10am The Bill (S) 8.00 London?s Burning
(AD) 9.00 Casualty (AD) 10.00 Lovejoy (S)
11.00 The Bill: Cryer is forced to retire (S)
Gruber?s escape plan goes awry. (S)
After years apart, Lionel and Jean reunite,
but he is more interested in her daughter. (S)
Wesley makes good use of his engineering
background by designing a mobile vending
machine ? a sure-fire recipe for disaster. (S)
3/6 Series 5. Lost Youth. The judge must
decide the fate of a sick baby who has
been refused further resuscitation by
doctors. The infant?s deeply religious
parents disagree and take the fight for
their son?s life to court. Meanwhile, a boy
convicted of theft dies in custody. (S) (AD)
10.00 New Tricks
6/8 Series 3. Bank Robbery. The
detectives set off on the trail of Ray Cook,
a legendary criminal turned primetime
celebrity. Was Cook responsible for a
notorious unsolved armed bank robbery
which left a cashier dead, or is he in fact
as innocent as he claims? Anton Lesser
and Steven Berkoff guest-star. (S) (AD)
11.20 Ashes to Ashes
3/8 Series 1. DCI Gene Hunt has to push
the Audi Quattro to the limit to catch up
with a dodgy batch of garden gnomes.
Then an alleged attack leads the team,
in full fancy dress, to a boat party
organised by a friend of the commissioner
in search of a murderer. (S)
12.20am Classic EastEnders (S) 1.40
The Bill (S) 2.35?4.00am Lovejoy (S)
Dave
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6.00am The Chase (S) (HD) 6.45 Pawn
Stars (S) (HD) 7.30 Kojak (S) (HD) 8.30
Quincy (S) (HD) 9.25 Minder (S) (AD) 10.35
The Saint 11.45 The Avengers (S) (SL) (HD)
12.50pm Kojak (S) (HD) 1.50 Quincy (S) (HD)
2.55 Minder (S) (AD) 3.55 The Saint (S)
5.00 The Avengers (S) (HD)
6.05pm Cash Cowboys Scott and Sheldon
peruse a showroom of jukeboxes. (S) (HD)
7.05 Pawn Stars A signed baseball bat. (S) (HD)
7.30 A piece of the Apollo 11 spacecraft. (S) (HD)
8.00 New. Made in Britain Examining
how Maldon sea salt is created. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. Take the Tower Dolph Lundgren
challenges team captain Sandeep and his
friends Andy, Paul and Dan. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 New. Football Genius Fans of Leicester
City and Charlton Athletic compete. (S) (HD)
10.30 Action Team The agents try to get
their hands on a secret device. (S) (HD)
11.00 FILM Passenger 57 ??? Action
adventure with Wesley Snipes. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am LittleBe 12 noon Fixer Upper (S)
12.55pm The Real Housewives of Potomac
(S) (HD) 1.50 Don?t Be Tardy (S) (HD) 2.15
Million Dollar Listing: LA (HD) 3.10 The Real
Housewives of Beverly Hills (S) (HD) 4.05 The
Real Housewives of Orange County (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date Sean from Derbyshire
picks three blind dates from ?ve potential
partners, based on their menus. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Cake Wars The bakers celebrate the
cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants. (S) (HD)
8.00 Dinner Date David from London looks
for love on the culinary dating show. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Botched by Nature Terry and Paul
travel to Texas to meet a female war veteran
who was struck by lightning leaving her
breasts and body dis?gured. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Absolutely Ascot Leah and Henry?s
new relationship continues to ruf?e feathers,
and their friends are forced to choose sides. (S)
11.00 Bridezillas A groom ?nds out the
truth about his ?anc閑?s hen night. (S) (HD)
12.50am Minder (S) (SL) (AD) 1.55 Ax Men (S)
(SL) (HD) 2.40?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
12 midnight?12.55am The Only Way Is Essex:
Mark and Kirk face off in the boxing ring (S) (HD)
12.20am QI: with Jimmy Carr, Rory McGrath and
Sean Lock (S) 1.00 QI XL (S) (HD) 2.15 Rhod Gilbert?s
Work Experience (HD) 2.45 Parks and Recreation
(S) (HD) 3.30?4.00am Eight Out of Ten Cats
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
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7.10am Scrappers: back in the Yard (S) (HD)
8.00 American Pickers (HD) 9.00 Top Gear
(S) (AD) 10.00 American Pickers (S) (HD)
1.00pm Sin City Motors (S) (HD) 2.00
Motorway Cops (S) (HD) 3.00 Steve Austin?s
Broken Skull Challenge (S) (HD) 4.00 Sin City
Motors (S) (HD) 5.00 Top Gear (S) (AD)
7.00pm American Pickers Some rare
motorcycle parts are examined. (S) (HD)
8.00 Scrappers: back in the Yard The
Walkers plan a shopping trip to Italy. (S) (HD)
9.00 QI XL Extended edition, with Sue
Perkins, Ross Noble and David Mitchell. (S) (HD)
10.00 Rhod Gilbert?s Work Experience The
comedian becomes a wedding planner. (HD)
10.40 Rhod assumes the role of scout
leader at a wilderness survival camp. (HD)
11.20 Taskmaster 4/10 Series 7. Jessica
Knappett piles shoes on butcher?s scales and
Rhod Gilbert smears mustard in his eyes. (HD)
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9.00am Catch a Contractor 9.20 CSI: Miami
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1.10pm Chicago PD 2.05 CSI: NY (S) 3.05
Person of Interest (S) 4.05 Law & Order (S)
6.05pm Castle (S) 7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
9.00 New. Bull Series 2. The jury consultant
tries to get a new trial for an old client First
shown on Fox (S) 10.00 New. Grimm Series 5
Sgt Wu is involved in an altercation First shown
on W (S) 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit Series 11. A serial killer targets the
children of immigrants (S) 11.55 CSI: NY (S) (AD)
IQ 5.10pm Albert Einstein has some
?nds out whether his leg is broken
advice for his niece Catherine Boyd
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Food Unwrapped (S) (HD) 9.30
Location, Location, Location (S) (HD)
10.30 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Four in a Bed (S) (HD) 3.10 Come
Dine with Me (S) (HD) 5.55 Kirstie and Phil?s
Love It or List It: a 17th-century cottage in
the Surrey village of Cranleigh (S) (HD)
9.00am Access 9.10 Now That?s Funny! (S)
10.00 Gilmore Girls (S) 11.45 FILM Maniac
Mom ?? Thriller starring Jessica Blackmore
1.35pm FILM Deadly Attraction ?? Thriller
starring Lindsay Hartley 3.25 FILM
Marriage of Lies ?? Thriller 5.10 FILM IQ
???? Romantic comedy starring Meg Ryan
6.55pm The Supervet
7.15pm CSI: NY
Noel Fitzpatrick tackles the smallest bone
he has ever operated on. (S) (HD)
7.55 Grand Designs
A couple trade in their tiny London flat to
start a new life on the water. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 24 Hours in A&E
Max, 16, is brought to King?s College Hospital
after falling 14ft onto his face. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 999: What?s Your Emergency?
In Wiltshire, the focus is on the rise in
racially aggravated hate crimes. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 Eight out of Ten Cats Does
Countdown
Alan Carr and Josh Widdicombe take on
Joe Wilkinson and Sara Pascoe. (S) (HD)
12.05am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
(S) 1.05 24 Hours in A&E (S) (AD) (HD) 2.05
Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (S) (HD)
3.10?3.50am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
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Daddy 9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Young &
Hungry (AD) 11.00 How I Met Your Mother (AD)
12 noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00pm
The Big Bang Theory (AD) 2.00 Melissa &
Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy 4.00 New Girl (AD)
5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
6.00pm The Big Bang Theory (AD)
7.00 New. Hollyoaks Marnie tells Harry he
has to decide between either Ste or James.
Cast pp85/115 Rptd tomorrow 6.30pm C4 (AD)
7.30 The Posh Frock Shop A former prima
ballerina seeks a dress for a VIP event. (AD)
8.00 FILM The Three Musketeers ???
Swashbuckling adventure starring Logan
Lerman. A trio of legendary swordsmen are
joined by the reckless young D?Artagnan in a
bid to stop a beautiful but devious woman
plunging France into war. (AD) (W)
10.10 Naked Attraction A former club rep
and a technophobe each choose a date. (AD)
11.15 The Big Bang Theory (AD)
4/25 Series 5. Could killing have been
designed to prevent a political scandal? (S)
8.05 8/21 Series 4. Stella and Lindsay
probe the death of an electrocuted model.
9.00 Stephen King?s It
2/2. A youngster?s murder alerts seven
friends that a supernatural enemy they
fought as children has returned.
11.00 Stephen King?s Nightmares
and Dreamscapes
Umney?s Last Case. An author writes
himself into his own book and forces his
lead character to switch places with him.
12 midnight The End of the Whole Mess
The tale of a film-maker whose genius
brother invents a cure for human violence.
1.00am Stephen King: Master of Horror (S)
2.00 Gilmore Girls (S) 2.55 Rosamunde
Pilcher?s Spring 4.35 Cats Make You Laugh
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5.30?6.00am Home and Away (S) (AD)
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Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Border Security 7.00 Highway Cops
8.00 Police Force: Australia 9.00 Border Security
10.00 Nothing to Declare 11.00 The Flash 12 noon
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3.00 Border Security: America?s Front Line (AD)
4.00 Police Force Australia 5.00 Stargate
Universe 6.00 Stargate SG-1 7.00 Stargate
Atlantis 8.00 New. The Flash: HR?s past catches
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New. Day 5 2.00 Stop, Search, Sieze 3.00 UK
Border Force 4.00 Highway Patrol 4.30 Highway
Cops 5.00?6.00am Nothing to Declare
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Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
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1.05 Gogglebox 2.15 Naked Attraction (AD) 3.05
Celebs Go Dating (AD) 3.55 2 Broke Girls (AD)
4.40?6.00am How I Met Your Mother (AD)
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8.00 Touched by an Angel 9.00 Highway to Heaven
11.00 Little House on the Prairie 1.00pm Hamish
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4.00 The Agatha Christie Hour 5.00 Murder, She
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A Place in the Sun 4.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen
Nightmares USA 5.00 Everybody Loves
Raymond 6.30 Frasier (AD) 8.00 Britain?s
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Horror Channel
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Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
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Star Trek: Enterprise 10.00 Star Trek 11.00 FILM
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Highlights 6.00 Star Trek 7.00 Star Trek:
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When a Stranger Calls ? Horror thriller 10.45
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Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
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Home and Away (S) (AD) 10.00 Secrets of the
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Bene?ts Life 1.00pm Nightmare Tenants, Slum
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The Yorkshire Vet (S) 5.00 The Dog Rescuers with
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(AD) 7.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S) 8.00 GPs: behind
Closed Doors (S) (AD) 9.00 The Dog Rescuers: Best
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Dog in the World 12 midnight Chasing Monsters:
the Loch Ness Monster of Paris 1.00am Nightmare
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11.00 Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD) 12 noon
Time Team (S) 2.00pm 24 Hours on Earth
3.00 Wildest Africa (S) 4.00 Murder Maps
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6.00 The Nazi Exiles (S) 7.00 The Hunt for
Hitler?s Scientists: Nazi weapons salvaged at
the end of the Second World War 8.00
Prince Philip: the Plot to Make a King: the
story of the future queen?s romance with
Prince Philip (S) (AD) 9.00 The Two Ronnies:
triple bill of the comedy (S) 11.30 The Green
Green Grass: triple bill (S) 1.20am The Living
Universe 2.20?3.00am Battle Factory (S)
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6.00am Posh Pawn 7.00 Home Shopping 8.00
Homes under the Hammer 10.00 Tipping Point:
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Posh Pawn 4.00 Helicopter ER: a walker falls
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Trip: Huntingdon to Towcester 8.00 Celebrity
Antiques Road Trip 9.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build
10.00 Mummy?s Little Murderer 11.00 Kings
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Income Property 1.00pm DIY SOS: the Big Build
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4.00 Wanted Down Under 5.00 Homes under the
Hammer 6.00pm Home Away from Home 7.00
River Cottage Spring 8.00 New. Income Property
9.00 Escape to the Country 10.00 New. Deadline
Design 11.00 My Flat-Pack Home (AD) 12 midnight
Home Away from Home 1.00am Homes under the
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Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 11.00 How It?s Made:
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3.00 Wheeler Dealers (HD) 4.00 Supertruckers
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History in the Making (HD) 11.30 World?s Deadliest
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Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 2.00 Supertruckers (HD)
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9.00 Ocean?s Thirteen ??
Crime comedy caper sequel
starring George Clooney, Brad
Pitt, Matt Damon and Al Pacino.
English, Spanish +subtitles. (W)
11.20 A Discovery of Witches
3/8. Diana and Matthew?s
relationship moves forward. (S) (HD)
12.20am A League of Their Own:
US Road Trip 2.0 (S) (AD) (HD) 1.20
Caribbean Cops (S) (AD) 2.15 Most
Shocking (S) 3.10 Duck Quacks Don?t
Echo (S) (AD) (HD) 4.10 The Flash (S)
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Futurama (S) (HD)
6.00am Urban Secrets (S) (HD) 7.00
Fish Town (S) (HD) 8.00 Richard E
Grant?s Hotel Secrets (S) (AD) 9.00 The
West Wing (S) (HD) 11.00 House (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.00pm Without a Trace (S) (HD)
2.00 Blue Bloods (HD) 3.00 The West
Wing (S) (HD) 5.00 House (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 4/17 Series 8. A
transgender teen is killed. (S) (HD)
8.00 Blue Bloods 9/22 Series 8
Baez?s life hangs in the balance
after a case goes wrong. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 10/22. Jamie and Eddie
ask Erin to drop the charges
against a local hero. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 New. The Deuce 4/9
Series 2. Ashley and Abby resolve
to uncover the identity of a sex
worker killed in a recent ?re. (HD)
11.10 Unseen Ocean (HD)
11.20 New. The Circus: inside
the Wildest Political Show on
Earth American politics. (HD)
11.55 Flight of the Conchords
1/10 Series 2. Jemaine and Bret
?re their manager Murray. (S) (HD)
12.30am 2/10. The duo need to
supplement their income. (S) (HD)
1.05 The Deuce (HD) 2.15 Dexter (S)
(HD) 3.20 Ray Donovan (S) (AD) (HD)
4.20?6.00am The West Wing (S) (HD)
6.00am Motorway Patrol (S) (HD)
7.00 Border Security: Canada?s
Front Line (S) (AD) 8.00 CSI: Crime
Scene Investigation (S) (HD) 9.00
Criminal Minds (S) (HD) 10.00
Elementary (S) (AD) (HD) 11.00 Air
Rescue (S) (HD) 11.30 The Real A&E
(S) (AD) (HD) 12 noon Police Force:
Australia (S) 1.00pm Police 10/7 (S)
2.00 Highway Patrol (S) (HD) 3.00
Motorway Patrol (S) (HD) 4.00 Border
Security: Canada?s Front Line (S)
(AD) 5.00 UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 New. My Kitchen Rules
South Africa Culinary contest. (HD)
8.00 Criminal Minds 23/26
Series 4. A serial killer uses his
car as a murder weapon. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. The Truth about
the Harry Quebert Affair 5/10
Marcus explores the link between
Nola and Elijah Stern. (HD)
10.00 Fred and Rose: the
Unanswered Questions (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Elementary 12/24 Series 5
Holmes and Watson investigate
the murder of a clown. (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
1.00am World?s Most Evil Killers (S)
(HD) 2.00 9-1-1 (HD) 3.00 Send in the
Dogs: double bill (S) 5.00?6.00am
UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.15am Extreme Makeover: Home
Edition (S) 7.00 Property Brothers
at Home (HD) 8.00 Tipping Point
(S) (HD) 10.00 The Bill (S) 11.00
Supernanny US (S) 12 noon Tipping
Point (S) (HD) 1.00pm MasterChef
Australia (HD) 2.30 My Restaurant
in India (S) (AD) (HD) 3.00 Property
Brothers at Home (HD) 5.00
Tipping Point: double bill (S) (HD)
7.00pm New. MasterChef
Australia Guest chef Brendan
Wessles sets a pressure test. (HD)
8.00 New. Inside the
Ambulance A patient whose toes
have been removed falls over. (S) (HD)
9.00 Educating Essex Deputy
headteacher Mr Drew deals with
two cases of bullying. (S) (AD)
10.00 999 Rescue Squad
Following Yorkshire Ambulance
Service?s Hazardous Area Response
Team, paramedics rescue a man
crushed by his own car. (S) (HD)
11.00 Gavin & Stacey Hapless
Bryn organises a special treat for
Gwen?s birthday. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.40 The newlyweds begin
leading separate lives. (S) (AD)
12.20am One Born Every Minute
(S) (HD) 1.20 Honey I Bought the
House (S) (HD) 2.10?3.00am
Beauty and the Beast (AD) (HD)
7.20am The Tommy Cooper Hour
8.00 The Piglet Files 8.40 Ever
Decreasing Circles (S) 9.20 Last of
the Summer Wine (S) 11.20 Are You
Being Served? (S) 12 noon Hi-de-Hi!
(S) 12.40pm Ever Decreasing
Circles (S) 1.20 dinnerladies (S) (AD)
2.00 Only Fools and Horses (S) (AD)
2.40 Last of the Summer Wine:
triple bill (S) 4.40 Are You Being
Served? (S) 5.20 Hi-de-Hi! (S)
6.00pm dinnerladies Bren?s
mother wreaks havoc. (S) (AD)
6.45 Only Fools and Horses
Del cashes in on a miracle. (S) (AD)
7.20 Dad?s Army Sgt Wilson
struggles with his duties. (BW) (S)
8.00 The men head off for a
weekend at a training camp. (S)
8.40 The Good Life Tom tries to
market his garden produce. (S) (AD)
9.20 A journalist writes a story
about Tom and Barbara. (S) (AD)
10.00 Harry En?eld and Chums
With Desmond Lynam. (S) (AD)
10.40 Smack the Pony (S) (AD)
11.20 Bottom (S) (AD)
12 midnight as 1.20am 12.40am
Harry En?eld and Chums (S) (AD)
1.20 Morgana Robinson?s the
Agency 2.00 The Tommy Cooper
Hour 3.30?4.00am The Piglet Files
Sky 1 +1 Sky 206
Sky Atlantic +1 Sky 208
Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
W +1 Sky 209 Virgin 131
Gold +1 Sky 210 Virgin 190
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Sky Arts
88
The Deuce 10.00pm Abby
hopes to identify a ?re victim
Sky 2
Syfy
TLC
Comedy Central
Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
Sky 123 Virgin 121
Sky 114 Virgin 135 BT 319 HD Virgin 165 BT 375
Sky 140 Virgin 167 BT 323 HD Virgin 168 BT 377
Sky 112 Virgin 132 BT 307 HD Virgin 181 BT 370
6.00am Benjamin Britten?s Gloriana
(HD) 9.00 Auction (S) (HD) 10.00 Tales
of the Unexpected (S) (AD) 10.30
National Trust: National Treasures (S)
(AD) (HD) 11.45 Hollywood: Singing and
Dancing (HD) 1.00pm Discovering:
Vivien Leigh (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 Tate
Britain?s Great Art Walks (S) (HD) 3.00
Tales of the Unexpected (S) 3.30
National Trust: National Treasures
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.45 Hollywood:
Singing and Dancing (S) (AD)
6.00pm Discovering:
James Cagney A pro?le of the
Oscar-winning actor. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Buddy Holly: Music Icons
The life of the iconic singer.
7.30 Jerry Lee Lewis: Music
Icons The musician?s career. (HD)
8.00 New. Treasures of the
British Library Uncovering works
from Elgar and Beethoven. (HD)
9.00 Love between the Covers
Documentary exploring the world
of romance novels. (S) (HD)
10.00 Discovering: Jane Fonda
The career of the actress. (HD)
11.00 New. The South Bank Show
Originals A meeting with Malcolm
?Dr John? Rebennack. (HD)
11.30 New. With children?s
author Jacqueline Wilson. (HD)
12 midnight Treasures of the British
Library (HD) 1.00am Twiggy: the Face
of the 60s (HD) 2.00 Passions (S) (AD)
(HD) 3.00 Faberg� a Life of Its Own
(S) (HD) 4.30 Tales of the Unexpected
(S) 5.00?6.00am Auction (S) (HD)
6.00am Relic Hunter 7.00
Supergirl (S) 8.00 The Flash (S)
9.00 60-Minute Makeover 10.00
The Biggest Loser: Australia (S)
11.00 My Kitchen Rules South
Africa 12 noon Animal House (S)
(AD) 1.00pm Animal 999 (S) (AD)
2.00 Relic Hunter (S) 3.00
Stargate SG-1 (S) 5.00 Supergirl (S)
6.00pm The Flash 9/23 Series 3
Barry goes to Earth-3 to get
advice from Jay Garrick. (S)
7.00 A Town Called Eureka
5/20 Series 4. Crossover episode
with Warehouse 13. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 3/24
Series 7. The team is assigned to
protect a fashion model. (S)
9.00 Elementary 20/21 Series 6
Holmes and Watson?s deadly
con?ict with Michael intensi?es.
10.00 Hawaii Five-0 7/23
Series 2. The team investigates
when a pair of ?lm-makers are
killed, and Danny bumps into a
homeless man who claims to
guard the site where the couple
were murdered. (S)
11.00 8/23. A DEA agent is killed
in a plane crash, and it soon
emerges she was dead before the
aircraft left the ground. (S)
12 midnight Ross Kemp: Extreme
World: double bill, from Libya and
Mongolia 2.00am The Truth about
the Harry Quebert Affair 3.00
Supergirl (S) 4.00 Strike Back:
Shadow Warfare (S) 5.00?6.00am
Relic Hunter (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 Merlin 1.00pm
Stitchers 2.00 FILM Dracano ?
Fantasy adventure 4.00 Merlin
6.00pm Star Trek: the Next
Generation 17/26 Series 1. After
the crew members ?nd a hidden
planet, the technologically
advanced inhabitants kidnap
several children from the
Enterprise in a bid to help
repopulate their infertile society.
7.00 18/26 Scientists trying to
revive a desolate planet are shocked
to discover a deadly microscopic
life form already exists there.
8.00 Stitchers 1/10 Series 3
The team rushes to save Kirsten
while investigating Daniel Stinger.
Mitchell Blair reveals his motives.
9.00 New. Killjoys 7/10 Series 4
With D?av and Jaq on the run,
Dutch and John hunt the answer
to Khlyen?s memory clue.
10.00 Sphere ???
Sci-? thriller based on the
novel by Michael Crichton,
starring Dustin Hoffman and
Sharon Stone. A spaceship
discovered 1,000 feet below the
Paci?c Ocean contains a
mysterious sphere that begins to
affect the minds of the US Navy
team sent to investigate.
12.50am Killjoys 2.00 Merlin:
double bill 4.00?6.00am Buffy
the Vampire Slayer: double bill
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Say Yes to the Dress (HD) 7.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 8.00
Cake Boss (HD) 9.00 Little People, Big
World (HD) 11.00 My Four Wives (HD)
1.00pm 90 Day Fianc� (HD) 2.00 Say
Yes to the Vegas Dress (HD) 3.00 Curvy
Brides (HD) 4.00 as 4am (HD) 5.00
Say Yes to the Dress (HD) 6.00 Say Yes
to the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 7.00 Say Yes
to the Dress: UK (HD) 8.00 Property
Brothers: Linda and Drew Say I Do (AD)
(HD) 9.00 Olivia and Alex Said Yes (AD)
(HD) 10.00 Say Yes to the Vegas Dress
(HD) 11.00 Gypsy Brides US (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Property Brothers: Linda
and Drew Say I Do (AD) (HD) 1.00am as
9pm 2.00 as 10pm 3.00 as 3pm 4.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids (HD)
5.00?6.00am Cake Boss (HD)
8.00am My Wife and Kids (S) (HD)
9.00 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S)
10.00 Scrubs (S) 11.00 Friends (S)
(AD) (HD) 1.00pm Gilmore Girls (HD)
2.00 Friends (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
Impractical Jokers (S) (HD) 5.00
Fresh Off the Boat (S) (HD)
6.00pm Friends (HD) 8.00 FILM
Pixels ?? (HD) 10.00 New. Roast
Battle (HD) 10.30 Impractical
Jokers: Critiquing Q (S) (HD) 11.00
The Roast of Justin Bieber (S) (HD)
TLC +1 Sky 240 Virgin 169
Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
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Lifetime
1.00am Roast Battle (HD) 1.30 South
Park: double bill (S) (HD) 2.30 The
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S) 3.25 The
Cleveland Show (S) (HD) 3.50 New.
The Daily Show (HD) 4.15?5.00am
Malcolm in the Middle (S) (HD)
Sony Crime
40
Sky 164 Virgin 208 BT 329 HD Virgin 209 BT 384
Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 8.00
Hardcore Pawn (HD) 9.00 Property
Brothers (HD) 10.00 Masters of Flip
(HD) 11.00 Judge Judy (HD) 1.00pm
Hardcore Pawn (HD) 2.00 Vanderpump
Rules (HD) 3.00 The Real Housewives
of New Jersey (HD) 4.00 Dance Moms
(HD) 5.00 Project Runway: double bill
(HD) 7.00 Judge Judy (HD) 9.00 New
series. The Real Housewives of Beverly
Hills (HD) 10.00 Making a Model with
Yolanda Hadid (HD) 11.00 Hardcore
Pawn (HD) 12 midnight The Real
Housewives of Beverly Hills (HD)
1.00am My Crazy Ex (HD) 2.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey (HD)
3.00?4.00am Dance Moms (HD)
7.00am Fatal Vows 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 11.00 Fear Thy Neighbour
12 noon Fatal Vows 1.00pm
Snapped 3.00 Hustle 4.00 The
Glades 5.00 Person of Interest
6.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation: double bill. Catherine
suspects Ceressus has hired a team
of assassins, then Russell and
Catherine go on the run 8.00
Hustle: the team targets a disgraced
former banker 9.00 Person of
Interest 10.00 Bizarre Murders
10.30 Deadly Women 12.30am Killer
Kids 1.30 Bizarre Murders 2.00 Fatal
Vows 3.00?4.00am 48 Hours: Mystery
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
Sony Crime +1 F?view 60 (9pm-6am) Sky 257
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Full listings for Channel 5 are on p86
Burden of Truth 9.00pm
Joanna takes on her father
Universal TV
Miss Fisher?s Murder Mysteries
10.00pm A drowning
Alibi
Constantine 9.00pm John
has to confront the darkness
Fox
Gold Rush: Parker?s Trail
9.00pm A mining adventure
Discovery
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am Sea Patrol 9.00 Law &
Order 2.00pm CSI: Miami: three
episodesl 5.00 NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 7/23 Series 1. The
discovery of a dead submariner
leads Gibbs to believe an impostor
has in?ltrated the vessel.
7.00 8/23. When a navy translator
returning from Guantanamo Bay
suddenly dies, the team head for
Cuba to investigate.
8.00 9/23. The team have to
exhume the body of a marine to
ascertain whether a phone call,
allegedly from beyond the grave,
was a hoax or shows he is still alive.
9.00 New. Burden of Truth 9/10
Joanna is forced to adopt unusual
measures to defeat her father
before time runs out for Billy.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 10/23 Series 3
A woman is found dead following
what appears to have been an
auto-erotic encounter.
11.00 11/23. Stabler is affected by
the team?s investigation into the
case of a woman whose unborn
child was removed from her body
via a crude Caesarean section.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 2.00am Law & Order
3.00?5.00am Numb3rs
7.10am Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S)
8.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries (S) (HD) 9.00 Murdoch
Mysteries (S) (HD) 10.00 The
Guardian (HD) 11.00 Sue Thomas:
F.B.Eye (S) 12 noon Castle (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.00pm Father Brown (S) (AD)
(HD) 2.00 The Coroner (S) (AD)
3.00 Murdoch Mysteries (S) (HD)
4.00 Rosewood (S) (HD) 5.00
Rizzoli & Isles (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00pm The Coroner 1/10
A solicitor becomes the coroner in
her home town. (S) (AD)
8.00 Father Brown 6/10 Series 1
The clergyman investigates the
suspicious deaths of two nuns at
St Agnes?s Convent. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Murdoch Mysteries 1/18
Series 11. The detective is in jail and
must prove his innocence. (S) (HD)
10.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries 12/13 Series 1. A girl is
drowned in her aunt?s fountain.
Miriam Margolyes guest-stars. (S) (HD)
11.00 Rosewood 4/22 Series 1
The pathologist and Villa suspect
a brilliant doctor has killed two of
his patients, and must ?nd a way
to make their case. (S)
12 midnight Rizzoli & Isles: double
bill (S) (AD) (HD) 2.10am?4.00am
Judge John Deed (S) (AD)
8.00am Leverage (HD) 9.00 Bull
(HD) 11.00 The Mentalist (HD)
1.00pm NCIS: double bill (S) (HD)
3.00 Bull: double bill (HD)
5.00pm The Mentalist 10/24
Series 4. Jane survives an almost
fatal attack while investigating the
murder of a ?reman. (HD)
6.00 11/24. The team probes the
death of a big-shot lawyer who is
blown up on his boat. (HD)
7.00 NCIS 8/24 Series 12. The
team investigates the cause of a
hit-and-run incident. (S) (HD)
8.00 9/24. DiNozzo, Bishop and
her husband investigate a
terrorist threat. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Constantine Ep 3
A woman and her family are
threatened by sinister forces. (HD)
10.00 American Dad! Series 12
Double bill. Hayley regresses to
her six-year-old self. (HD)
10.30 Steve is recruited by the
CIA?s nerdy arch-rivals, the NSA. (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 7. Peter
befriends OJ Simpson.
11.30 Lois gets a job at Fox News.
12 midnight American Dad!
1.00am Family Guy 2.00 Science
of Stupid (HD) 2.30 American Dad!
3.00 Family Guy: double bill
4.00?5.00am American Dad!
6.00am How It?s Made 7.00
Outback Truckers (HD) 8.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 11.00 Fast ?n? Loud (HD)
12 noon UFOs: The Lost Evidence
(HD) 1.00pm Edge of Alaska (HD)
2.00 Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD)
3.00 Mighty Ships (HD) 4.00 Gold
Divers (HD) 5.00 Gold Rush (HD)
6.00pm Fast ?n? Loud Aaron
decides he can complete work on a
1980 El Camino in three weeks. (HD)
7.00 Outback Truckers Sludge
and the Phantom battle against
the elements. (HD)
8.00 Wheeler Dealers Edd
China hatches a refurb plan for
a Lincoln Continental. (HD)
9.00 New series. Gold Rush:
Parker?s Trail Parker Schnabel
and his team reveal untold stories
of their mining adventure. (HD)
10.00 New. Treasure Quest:
Snake Island The team ?nd
themselves trapped in an ancient
underground tunnel. (HD)
11.00 How It?s Made (HD)
12 midnight American Chopper
(HD) 1.00am Gold Rush (HD) 2.00
Treasure Quest: Snake Island (HD)
3.00 Gold Rush: Parker?s Trail (HD)
3.50 Fast ?n? Loud Revved Up (AD)
(HD) 4.40 Wheeler Dealers (AD)
(HD) 5.30?6.00am How It?s Made
Universal TV +1 Sky 213 Virgin 138
Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
PBS America
94
F?view (HD only) 94 F?sat 155 Sky 160 Virgin 276
8.00am Space Mistakes: How Nasa
Failures Furthered Exploration 8.35
Jazz 9.50 Omaha Beach: Honor
and Sacri?ce 11.05 Death Camp
Treblinka: Survivor Stories 12.20pm
Decoding the Weather Machine
1.35 Jazz 2.50 Omaha Beach:
Honor and Sacri?ce 4.05 Death
Camp Treblinka: Survivor Stories
5.20 Decoding the Weather Machine
6.30pm Jazz How New York
became the jazz capital during the
Depression, Chick Webb brought
the big band sound to the Savoy
Ballroom, and Louis Armstrong
revolutionised popular song.
7.50 New. Decoding the
Weather Machine 2/2. Scientists
try to better understand the
weather, and explain the reasoning
behind climate change and what
can be done about it.
9.00 Day of Days: June 6, 1944
? American Soldiers Remember
D-Day The thoughts and memories
of veteran US soldiers who were
part of the Normandy landings,
as they gather to commemorate
its 70th anniversary.
10.15 Forced March to Freedom
Examining how Germany forced
10,000 PoWs to march out of
Stalag Luft III across Germany in
the dead of winter in order to
keep the prisoners as hostages.
11.55 Decoding the Weather
Machine As 7.50pm.
1.10?2.00am Space Mistakes: How
Nasa Failures Furthered Exploration
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Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Aircraft Stories
7.00 Rory McGrath?s Best of
British Engineering 9.00 Top Tens
10.00 Cold War Armageddon
12 noon Aircraft Stories
1.00pm Rory McGrath?s Best of
British Engineering 3.00 Top Tens
4.00 Cold War Armageddon
6.00pm World War II in Colour
As 11pm.
7.00 Killer Tanks The
development of Churchill tanks.
8.00 Treasure Quest The Odyssey
Marine Exploration team seeks
the wreck of the Merchant Royal.
9.00 HMS Ark Royal Following
the crew of the aircraft carrier on
the vessel?s ?nal voyage, a
?ve-month mission leading an
international task force.
10.00 Steven Avery: Innocent
or Guilty? A look at what really
happened in the case of Steven
Avery, with a detailed appraisal of
the crime story that sparked
much public interest.
11.00 World War II in Colour
The effectiveness of the German
blitzkrieg, a new form of warfare
that took the Allies by surprise
and gave Hitler the opportunity to
seize Poland and France.
12 midnight The World?s Strangest
UFO Stories 1.00am Treasure
Quest 2.00 Cold War Armageddon
4.00 Top Tens 5.00?6.00am
World War II in Colour
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
History
Nat Geographic
Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am American Pickers (HD)
7.00 The Curse of Oak Island (HD)
8.00 Pawn Stars (HD) 9.00 Ancient
Aliens (HD) 10.00 WW2 Treasure
Hunters (HD) 11.00 Forged in Fire
(HD) 12 noon Mountain Men (HD)
1.00pm Pawn Stars (HD) 2.00
American Pickers (HD) 4.00 Storage
Wars: four editions (HD) 6.00 Forged
in Fire (HD) 7.00 American Pickers
(HD) 8.00 The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 9.00 New. Black Sails: Flint
submits himself to Billy?s authority
(HD) 10.15 Pirate Island 12.15am
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Strippers: Cars for Cash (HD)
9.00 Car SOS (HD) 10.00 Extreme
Mechanics Alaska (HD) 11.00 Filthy
Riches (HD) 12 noon Yukon Gold (HD)
1.00pm Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
2.00 Banged Up Abroad (HD) 3.00
Air Crash Investigation (HD) 5.00
Wicked Tuna (HD) 6.00pm Highway
thru Hell (HD) 7.00 Car SOS (HD) 8.00
New. Architects Of The Ancient World
(HD) 9.00 Ancient Megastructures
(HD) 10.00 Time Scanners (HD) 11.00
Nazi Megastructures (HD) 12 midnight
Mountain Men 1.15 The Curse of Oak
Island (HD) 2.15 Black Sails (HD) 3.30
Ancient Aliens (HD) 4.30 Forged in Fire
(HD) 5.30?6.00am Storage Wars (HD)
War Heroes of the Skies (HD) 1.00am
Hitler?s Death Army: Das Reich (HD)
2.00 Banged Up Abroad (HD) 3.00
Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
4.00?5.00am Yukon Gold (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Animal Planet
Eden
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special 6.20 Baby
Jake 6.30 Yakka Dee! 6.35 Twirlywoos
6.45 Raa Raa 7.00 Postman Pat 7.15
Bing 7.25 Tee and Mo 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.45 Peter Rabbit 8.00 Go Jetters 8.10
Octonauts 8.20 Biggleton 8.35 Justin?s
House 9.00 Olobob Top 9.05 Pablo 9.15
New. Numberblocks 9.20 Kit & Pup 9.25
Bing 9.35 Twirlywoos 9.45 as 1.45pm
10.05 RT CHOICE New. Teletubbies
See p83 10.20 Patchwork Pals 10.25
Alphablocks 10.30 Let?s Play 10.50
Mister Maker 11.10 Get Well Soon 11.25
My Pet and Me 11.40 Show Me Show Me
12 noon My World Kitchen 12.15pm Old
Jack?s Boat 12.30 Nelly & Nora 12.35
Tee and Mo 12.45 Melody 1.00 Olobob
Top 1.05 Pablo 1.15 Numberblocks 1.20
Kit & Pup 1.25 Bing 1.35 Twirlywoos
1.45 Something Special 2.05 Teletubbies
2.20 Patchwork Pals 2.25 Alphablocks
2.30 Let?s Play 2.50 Kazoops 2.55
Our Family 3.10 CBeebies Stargazing:
Mission Explore 3.25 Swashbuckle
3.50 Hey Duggee 4.00 School of
Roars 4.05 Messy Goes to OKIDO
4.20 Peter Rabbit 4.30 Do You Know?
4.45 Bitz & Bob 4.55 Bitz & Bob: You
Can Do It Too! 5.00 Boj 5.10 Go Jetters
5.25 Apple Tree House 5.40 Topsy
and Tim 5.50 Sarah & Duck 6.00
Clangers 6.10 Abney & Teal 6.20
In the Night Garden... 6.50?7.00pm
CBeebies Bedtime Stories
CBBC
Tuesday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Mofy 6.05 Peppa Pig 6.20
Luo Bao Bei 6.35 The Secret Life of
Puppies 6.40 New. Wissper: monkeys
interrupt Kev Crocodile?s nap in his
favourite spot 6.45 Noddy: Toyland
Detective 7.00 Thomas & Friends: Big
World! Big Adventures! 7.10 Fireman
Sam 7.20 Shane the Chef 7.35 Peppa
Pig 7.55 Ben and Holly 8.05 Paw
Patrol 8.25 New. Floogals 8.40
Shimmer and Shine 8.55 Ben and
Holly 9.05?9.15am Peppa Pig
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.20 New. Sketchy Comedy
7.25 Danger Mouse 7.40 Newsround
7.45 New. Odd Squad: specialist agents
solve strange events using skills in
mathematics 8.00 Class Dismissed 8.15
Newsround 8.25 Marrying Mum and
Dad 8.50 Art Ninja 9.20 So Awkward
1.40pm Jamie Johnson: drama about
a gifted 11-year-old footballer 2.10 Blue
Peter 2.35 The Next Step 3.00 Dennis
& Gnasher Unleashed 3.10 OOglies
Funsize 3.15 Now You See It 3.25
Strange Hill High: three students
explore their extraordinary school
3.50 Horrible Histories: Gory Games:
historical game show hosted by Dave
Lamb 4.20 Newsround 4.30 Taking
the Next Step 5.00 The Worst Witch:
fantasy drama 5.30 New. Our School
5.50 Operation Ouch! Snips 6.00
New. Danger Mouse 6.10 The Deep
6.35 Zig and Zag 6.45 Scream Street
7.00 Horrible Histories 7.30 Our School
7.55 Lifebabble 8.00 Hetty Feather
8.30?9.00pm The Worst Witch
CITV
203
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Treehouse Masters (HD) 7.00 Pit
Bulls and Parolees (HD) 8.00 Dr Jeff
(HD) 9.00 Tanked (HD) 10.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 11.00 Animal Cops Houston
(HD) 12 noon Wildest Indochina (HD)
1.00pm Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD)
2.00 Animal Cops Houston (HD) 3.00
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 4.00 Tanked
(HD) 5.00 Treehouse Masters (HD) 6.00
Dr Jeff (HD) 7.00 Wildest Arctic (HD)
8.00 Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD) 9.00
Monsters inside Me (HD) 10.00 Animal
Cops Houston (HD) 11.00 Pit Bulls and
Parolees (HD) 12 midnight Monsters inside
Me (HD) 1.00am Animal Cops Houston
(HD) 2.00 Wildest Arctic (HD) 3.00 Dodo
Heroes (HD) 3.50 Monsters inside Me (HD)
4.40 E-Vets 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
9.00am Dog?s Best Friend (S) 10.00
Animal Babies 11.00 Madagascar (S)
(AD) 12 noon as 7pm 1.00pm Dog?s Best
Friend (S) 2.00 Animal Babies 3.00
The Brain with David Eagleman (S) (AD)
4.00 Dog?s Best Friend (S) 5.00 Animal
Babies 6.00 Madagascar (S) (AD) 7.00
Countdown to Life: the Extraordinary
Making of You (S) (AD) 8.00 The Brain
with David Eagleman (S) (AD) 9.00
Polar Bear Town (S) 10.00 Madagascar
(S) (AD) 11.00 as 7pm 12 midnight
Polar Bear Town (S) 1.00am The Brain
with David Eagleman (S) (AD) 2.00
Dog?s Best Friend (S) 3.00 Animal
Babies 3.50 Madagascar (S) (AD) 4.40
The Brain with David Eagleman (S) (AD)
5.30?6.00am Dog?s Best Friend
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
6.00am Looped 6.25 The Bagel and
Becky Show 6.55 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
7.50 Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man vs the
Sinister 6 8.20 Fangbone 8.50 Nerds
& Monsters 9.20 Mission Employable
9.25 Signed Stories: Share a Story 9.30
Wishfart 10.00 Dino Dana 10.30 The
Bagel and Becky Show 10.45 Looped
11.15 Fangbone 11.45 Mr Bean 12.15pm
Horrid Henry 12.45 Fort Boyard Ultimate
Challenge 1.45 Drop Dead Weird 2.15
Super 4 2.45 Dino Dana 3.10 The Bagel
and Becky Show 3.25 Wishfart 4.00 The
Tom and Jerry Show 5.00 The Haunted
Hathaways 5.30 NinjaGo: Rise of the
Snakes 6.00 Pok閙on: Sun and Moon
? Ultra Adventures 6.25 Max Steel 6.55
Mr Bean 7.25 Horrid Henry 7.55 The
Bagel and Becky Show 8.25 Wishfart
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
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F?view 15 F?sat 300 Sky 313 Virgin 428 HD Virgin 429
11.00am In a Lonely Place 5
Brilliant ?lm noir. Humphrey Bogart (1950, PG) (S)
1.00pm The Lawless Breed ???
Interesting western biopic. Rock Hudson (1952) (S)
2.45 Gideon of Scotland Yard ????
Very British police drama skilfully directed
by John Ford. Jack Hawkins, Dianne Foster (1958, PG) (S)
Bill of wrongs
What about Bob? 1111
6.55pm Sony Movie Channel FREEVIEW
Hollywood feuders Joan Crawford and Bette Davis have
got nothing on the stars of this 1991 comedy (review, p42).
Richard Dreyfuss described its ?lming as a ?terribly
unpleasant experience?, referring to co-star Bill Murray as
?a despicable pig? and ?an Irish drunken bully?. Playing an
insufferable patient to Dreyfuss?s psychoanalyst, Murray
set out to do all sorts of annoying things on set. And it
worked. Even 20 years later, Dreyfuss said, ?I don?t like
him? but he makes me laugh even now.? ANDREW COLLINS
4.35pm The Cockleshell Heroes
???? Crisply directed Second World War
drama. Jos� Ferrer, Trevor Howard, Victor Maddern (1955, U)
6.35 The River Wild ???? Terri?c
adventure thriller starring Meryl Streep
as a woman whose white-water rafting
holiday turns into a nightmare. (1994, 12) (S)
8.50 The Wife Interview Special
Glenn Close discusses her role. (S)
9.00 Taken 3 ?? Action threequel
with great stunts but predictable twists.
Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Famke Janssen (2014, 12) (S) (AD)
11.15 i Brakes ?? Comedy following nine
London couples. Julian Barratt, Noel Fielding (2016, 15) (S)
1.05?3.20am The Girl Next Door ???
Cheeky teen comedy. Emile Hirsch (2004, 15) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am The Perfect Assistant ?? Thriller.
(2008) 11.05 Bad Twin ??? Thriller. (2016)
1.00pm Wyatt Earp?s Revenge ?? Western.
(2011, 12) 2.50 Long John Silver ?? Adventure.
Robert Newton (1954, U) 4.40 How Do You Know ??
Comedy. Jack Nicholson, Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd (2010, 12)
6.55pm What about Bob? ????
Sparkling comedy. Film of the day, p42;
Choice, left. Bill Murray, Richard Dreyfuss (1991, PG)
9.00 The Trust ??? Nicolas Cage and
Elijah Wood star as bumbling cops tempted
to the dark side in this crime drama. (2016, 15)
10.55 i Dog Eat Dog ?? One-last-heist
thriller. Review, p42. Nicolas Cage, Willem Dafoe (2015, 18)
12.40am 8mm ?? Mystery thriller. Nicolas
Cage (1999, 18) 3.10?5.50am Anonymous
???? Period drama. Rhys Ifans (2011, 12)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
Making her move
Queen of Katwe 1111 Net?ix
Added to Net?ix late last month, this brilliantly uplifting tale
is like a feel-good Disney classic set in a gritty Uganda slum.
It?s based on the true story of Phiona Mutesi (played by
Madina Nalwanga), a girl living in poverty who discovers she
has an aptitude for chess. Anchored by terri?c performances
from David Oyelowo and Lupita Nyong?o, the ?lm offers a
more nuanced depiction of Africa than we normally see on
screen, though it still includes some heart-stopping
moments of tragedy and tension. HUW FULLERTON
A Saigon SOS
Last Days in Vietnam
1111 BBC iPlayer
FREE TO VIEW
This Oscar-nominated ?lm
documents events from the
closing stages of the Vietnam
War, when American
soldiers tried to evacuate
Vietnamese citizens ?eeing
the advancing Communist
forces. With testimony given
by everyone from Henry
Kissinger to a local Saigon
student, this has a moving
story to tell. JAMES LUXFORD
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Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Mr Blandings Builds His Dream
House ???? Comedy. Cary Grant (1948, U) 7.50
The Set-Up ???? Boxing drama. Robert Ryan
(1949, PG) 9.15 The Las Vegas Story ??
Drama. (1952) 11.00 Dynamite Joe ?? Western.
(1967) 1.05pm Tall in the Saddle ???
Western. John Wayne, Ella Raines (1944, U) 2.55 The
Avengers 3.55 Fly Low! Hit Hard! 5.10 The
Hawker Hurricane 5.55 The Battle of Britain
7.05pm The Great Train Robbery Luke
Evans and Paul Anderson star in this drama.
9.00 The Order ?? A priest investigates
the murder of his mentor. Heath Ledger (2002, 15)
10.50 In Hell ?? Formulaic action drama
starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. (2003, 18)
12.50am Diamond Hunters ?? Drama. Alyssa
Milano (2001, 12) 2.55?4.00am Mobile Warfare
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
Talking Pictures TV
81
Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am Waterloo Road ?? Drama. (1944, PG)
7.35 Hawkeye & the Last of the Mohicans (S)
8.05 Hammer the Toff ??? Crime drama.
John Bentley (1952, PG) 9.55 Meet Me Tonight
?? Portmanteau comedy. (1952, PG) 11.35 The
Square Ring ?? Portmanteau drama. (1953, PG)
1.15pm Man in the Moon ?? Comedy. Kenneth
More (1960, PG) 3.15 Interlude ??? Romantic
drama. Oskar Werner (1968, PG) 5.30 Turn of Fate
6.00pm It Always Rains on Sunday
???? Compelling crime drama from
Ealing Studios. Googie Withers (1947, PG) (S)
8.00 Gideon?s Way Detective drama.
9.00 Conspiracy of Hearts ????
Moving drama. Lilli Palmer, Sylvia Syms (1960, PG)
11.10 See No Evil ?? Thriller. (1971, 15) 1.00am
Cosh Boy ??? Drama. James Kenney (1952) 2.30
The Big Valley 3.30 Treasure Hunt ???
Comedy. (1952, U) 5.00?6.00am The Rogues
Hits
Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am Half Magic ?? Comedy
drama. (2018) 7.50 As 3.30pm
9.55 As 5.40pm 12.10pm As 8pm
2.00 As 9.50pm 3.30 Battle of
the Sexes ??? Comedy drama.
Choice, p70. Emma Stone (2017, 12) 5.40
All the Money in the World ???
Crime thriller. Mark Wahlberg (2017, 15)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
7.15am Rules Don?t Apply ??
Romantic comedy drama. Warren Beatty,
Alden Ehrenreich, Lily Collins (2016, 12) 9.25
Star Wars Episode VIII: the Last
Jedi As 6.25pm 12 noon As 9pm
2.00pm As 11pm 4.45 Premium
Rush ??? Action thriller. Joseph
8.00pm Insidious: the Last
Key ??? Gritty ghost story that
brings the fear franchise full
circle. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
9.50 i Social Animals ??
Well-worn comedy about
relationship and career angst
among a group of people hitting
30. Noel Wells, Josh Radnor, Aya Cash (2018, 15)
11.25 Lowlife ??? LA?s skanky
underbelly is toured for blackly
comedic effect. Mark Burnham (2017, 18)
6.25pm Star Wars Episode VIII:
the Last Jedi 5 Smart,
sharp and witty continuation of
the Star Wars saga. Mark Hamill, Carrie
1.15am Night Owls ??? Comedy
drama. Adam Pally, Rosa Salazar (2015) 3.10
Joyride ??? Action comedy. Dean
O?Gorman (2017, 15) 5.10 The Top Ten
Show 5.30 Monster Family Special
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
Greats
Gordon-Levitt, Michael Shannon (2012, 12)
Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega (2017, 12)
9.00 Murder on the Orient
Express ???? Lavish retelling
of the Agatha Christie novel. Kenneth
Branagh, Michelle Pfeiffer, Johnny Depp (2017, 12)
11.00 Blade Runner 2049
???? Triumphant sci-? sequel.
Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Jared Leto (2017, 15)
1.45am 2:22 ?? Thriller. Teresa
Palmer, Michiel Huisman (2017) 3.30 Dead
End ?? Horror. Aria Emory, Drew Harwood
(2016, 18) 5.00 Curious George ???
Animated comedy adventure. Will
Ferrell, Drew Barrymore, David Cross (2006, U)
Action
Sky 303 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.00am The Duellists ????
Period drama. Keith Carradine (1977, PG)
7.55 Broadcast News ????
Comedy. William Hurt (1987, 15) 10.10 As
6.05pm 12.05pm As 8pm 2.05
Roxanne ???? Comedy. Steve Martin
(1987, PG) 4.05 Calendar Girls ????
Comedy drama. Helen Mirren (2003, 12)
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Master and
Commander: the Far Side of the
World As 2.10pm 8.30 King Kong
As 7pm 11.45 Man of Steel As
4.30pm 2.10pm Master and
Commander: the Far Side of the
World ???? Period adventure
drama. Russell Crowe, Paul Bettany (2003, 12)
6.05pm Rocky Balboa ???
Sylvester Stallone?s iconic
character comes out of
retirement one more time. (2006, 12)
8.00 Sucker Punch ??
Fantasy thriller in which an
abused girl is committed to an
asylum. Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish (2011, 12)
10.00 Rising Sun ??? A cop
investigates a politically sensitive
murder in this often exciting
thriller. Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes (1993, 18)
4.30pm Man of Steel ???
Henry Cavill stars as Superman in
this action-packed fantasy. (2013, 12)
7.00 King Kong ???? The
classic monster movie is lovingly
remade into a super fantasy epic.
12.10am The Hustler 5
Oscar-winning pool drama. Paul
Newman, Jackie Gleason, Piper Laurie, George C Scott
(1961, 15) 2.25 The Duellists As 6am
4.10 Roxanne As 2.05pm
Comedy
Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody (2005, 12)
10.20 Desperado ???? Antonio
Banderas is at his smouldering
best as a mysterious guitarist out
for vengeance against an evil
drugs baron. Salma Hayek (1995, 18)
12.20am Marked for Death ???
Action thriller. Steven Seagal (1990, 18) 2.10
Jarhead 3: The Siege ?? Action
war drama. Charlie Weber (2016, 15) 3.50
Kill Order ?? Sci-? adventure.
(2017, 15) 5.15 Sky Cinema Preview
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.00am The Night Is Young ???
Romantic comedy. (2015, 15) 7.35 Don?t
Think Twice ??? Comedy. (2016, 15)
9.15 Big Daddy ???? Comedy.
(1999, 12) 10.55 The Other Guys ???
Action comedy. (2010, 12) 12.55pm As
8pm 2.45 As 9.45pm 4.25 Liar
Liar ???? Comedy. (1997, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.20am Mine ?? Thriller. (2016, 15)
8.20 As 7pm 10.20 Flightplan
??? Action thriller. (2005, 12) 12.10pm
Blood Diamond ??? Action
thriller. (2006, 15) 2.45 Ocean?s
Eleven ???? Crime caper. (2001, 12)
4.55 The Bourne Identity ????
Spy action thriller. Matt Damon (2002, 12)
6.00pm Sweet Home Alabama
?? Cheesy romantic comedy. Reese
7.00pm The Bourne Supremacy
???? Matt Damon returns as
the amnesiac ex-CIA operative in
this consistently exciting action
thriller sequel. Franka Potente (2004, 12)
9.00 Don?t Hang Up ??? Two
pranksters ?nd their tricks played
back on them with shocking
results. Gregg Sulkin, Garrett Clayton (2016, 15)
10.30 Identity ??? Ten
strangers stranded in a motel are
killed one-by-one. John Cusack (2003, 15)
Witherspoon, Josh Lucas, Patrick Dempsey (2002, 12)
8.00 Role Models ????
Crude but refreshingly sweet
comedy. Paul Rudd, Seann William Scott (2008, 15)
9.45 Fist Fight ??? A comic
twist on school bullies. Ice Cube,
Charlie Day, Tracy Morgan, Jillian Bell (2017, 15)
11.25 Bruce Almighty ??? A
news reporter is granted divine
powers by God. Jim Carrey (2003, 12)
1.15am The Other Guys As
10.55am 3.15 Mrs Brown?s Boys
D?Movie ??? Comedy. Brendan
O?Carroll, Jennifer Gibney, Danny O?Carroll (2014, 15)
5.00 Indiscreet ??? Romantic
comedy. Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman (1958, PG)
12.10am Primal Fear ????
Courtroom thriller. Richard Gere (1996, 18)
2.35 Numb ??? Mystery thriller.
Jamie Bamber (2015, 12) 4.15 Sam
Churchill: Search for a Homeless
Man ?? Mystery. John Schneider (1998)
Key (S) Subtitles (SL) Signing (AD) Audio description
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Disney
Family
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.20am As 4.35pm 7.55 As
2.50pm 9.40 As 6.10pm 11.30 The
Secret of Moonacre ??? Fantasy.
(2008, U) 1.20pm Mune: Guardian
of the Moon ??? Animated
adventure. (2014, PG) 2.50 Cop and a
Half: New Recruit ?? (2017, PG) 4.35
Cats & Dogs ?? Comedy. (2001, PG)
6.25pm Aladdin 5 Robin
Williams steals the show as the
voice of the Genie in this
delightful animated adventure. Scott
6.10pm The Lego Batman
Movie 5 Hilarious animated
comedy adventure. Will Arnett (2017, U)
8.00 Jumanji: Welcome to the
Jungle ???? Rollicking action
adventure. Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black (2017, 12)
10.05 TMNT ??? Dark
animated adventure. Chris Evans, Sarah
Weinger, Linda Larkin, Jonathan Freeman (1992, U)
8.00 Pirates of the Caribbean:
Salazar?s Revenge ??? Johnny
Depp?s Captain Jack is out to ?nd
a mystical trident. Javier Bardem (2017, 12)
10.15 Night Crossing ?? John
Hurt elevates this worthy escape
tale set during the Cold War. (1981, PG)
12.05am Duck Tales: the Movie
? Treasure of the Lost Lamp ???
Animated adventure. (1990, U) 1.30 As
4.50pm 3.10 As 8pm 5.30 Beauty
and the Beast: the Enchanted
Christmas ??? Animation. (1997, U)
Drama
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
7.15am Red Dog: True Blue ???
Comedy drama. Jason Isaacs (2016, 12)
8.55 Empire of the Sun ???
Second World War drama. Christian
Bale, John Malkovich (1987, PG) 11.35 As 8pm
1.30pm As 10pm 3.20 Jerry
Maguire ???? Romantic comedy.
Michelle Gellar, Patrick Stewart (2007, PG)
11.40 Titan AE ????
Spectacular animated adventure.
Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore, Bill Pullman (2000, PG)
1.25am The Secret of Moonacre
As 11.30am 3.20 TMNT As
10.05pm 5.00 Mune: Guardian of
the Moon As 1.20pm
Sci-Fi/Horror
Sky 310 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.00am Bad Match ??? Thriller.
Jack Cutmore-Scott, Lili Simmons (2017, 15) 7.30
As 5.10pm 9.30 As 7pm 11.30
Double Date ??? Comedy horror.
Danny Morgan, Georgia Groome, Michael Socha (2017, 15)
1.15pm As 9pm 3.00 As 10.45pm
5.10 Paul ??? Sci-? comedy.
Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr, Renee Zellweger (1996, 15)
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen (2010, 15)
5.45pm Hidden Figures
???? Inspirational drama
based on a true story. Taraji P Henson,
7.00pm The 13th Warrior ???
A tenth-century Arab emissary
helps Norsemen to ?ght a
terrifying enemy in this grisly
horror adventure. Antonio Banderas (1999, 15)
9.00 The Dark Tower ??
Flashy fantasy horror. Idris Elba,
Octavia Spencer, Janelle Mon醗 (2016, PG)
8.00 Professor Marston and
the Wonder Women ??? Biopic
of the creator behind the Wonder
Woman character. Luke Evans (2017, 15)
10.00 Closer ??? Elegant
drama. Julia Roberts, Jude Law (2004, 15)
11.50 Al?e ?? Remake of the
1966 comedy drama. Jude Law (2004, 15)
1.45am Coyote Ugly ??
Romantic comedy drama. Piper Perabo,
Adam Garcia, John Goodman, LeAnn Rimes (2000, 12)
3.30 Hello, Dolly! ????
Musical. Barbra Streisand, Walter Matthau (1969, U)
Select
Matthew McConaughey, Tom Taylor (2017, 12)
10.45 Battle Los Angeles ???
Director Jonathan Liebesman?s
down-and-dirty alien-invasion
epic. Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez (2011, 12)
1.00am Double Date As 11.30am
2.45 Bite ?? Horror. Elma Begovic
(2015, 18) 4.20 Spider-Man 2
???? Fantasy action adventure.
Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Alfred Molina (2004, PG)
TCM
Sky 311 Virgin 442 BT 510 HD Virgin 412
7.10am Neither Heaven Nor Earth
??? (2015, 12) 9.00 The Housemaid
??? Horror. (2016, 15) 10.50 Barracuda
??? (2017, 15) 12.35pm A United
Kingdom ??? Drama. (2016, 12) 2.35
Planet of the Apes 5 Sci-?
adventure. (1967, PG) 4.35 Ingrid Goes
West ??? Comedy drama. (2017, 15)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
6.15am Around the World in 80
Days ???? Adventure. (1956, U) 9.45
Terror by Night ??? Mystery.
(1946, U) 11.00 Mister Roberts
5 Comedy drama. (1955, U)
1.30pm Cheyenne Autumn ????
Epic western. (1964, U) 4.40 The Wings
of Eagles ??? Drama. (1957, U)
6.20pm Any Given Sunday
???? Audacious drama set in
the tough world of American
football. Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz (1999, 15)
9.00 Patti Cake$ ????
Vibrant, feel-good ?lm about an
outsize New Jersey girl with an
ambition to make it big in rap
music. Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett (2017, 15)
11.00 mother! ??? Mysterious,
brash, discomforting drama.
7.00pm Day of the Evil Gun
?? Competent but meandering
western. Glenn Ford, Arthur Kennedy (1968, PG)
9.00 Striking Distance ???
Action-packed crime thriller in
which river cop Bruce Willis hunts
a serial killer. Sarah Jessica Parker (1993, 18)
11.10 Blazing Saddles ????
A crooked speculator uses a black
sheriff to drive citizens from a town
in Mel Brooks?s irreverent spoof
western. Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder (1974, 15)
Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris (2017, 18)
1.05am The Mimic ?? Horror
thriller. Yum Jung-ah (2017, 15) 2.50 Pawno
??? Comedy drama. John Brumpton,
Maeve Dermody (2015, 18) 4.20 An ???
Drama. Kirin Kiki, Masatoshi Nagase (2015, PG)
1.10am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 3.10 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors
TCM +1 Sky 316 Virgin 417
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SPORT Choices
Sky Premier League
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
Champions League
Football 5.15pm BT Sport 3
Man City schemer David Silva
Sky Main Event
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
5.30am LIVE Tennis The ATP
China Open, day two in Beijing.
4.00pm Sky Sports News
7.00 LIVE Football League
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough in
the Championship (kick-off 7.45).
10.00 The Debate
11.00 Sky Sports News
1.00am LIVE Wrestling
WWE Smackdown from the States.
3.00 Sky Sports News
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis
Day three of the ATP Japan Open.
Coverage continues until 12 noon.
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Football
Years 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Greatest
Players (AD) 8.30 Greatest Games
9.00 Football Years 9.30 Countdowns
10.00 Play-Off Finals 11.00 One2Eleven
11.30 Greatest Games
12 noon Greatest Players (AD) 12.30pm
Countdowns 1.00 Scottish Football 1.15
Greatest Games 1.30 Major League
Soccer 2.00 Play-Off Finals 3.00
Greatest Players (AD) 3.30 Countdowns
4.00 One2Eleven 5.00 Football Years
5.30 Countdowns 6.00 Greatest Games
6.30 Major League Soccer
7.00 LIVE Football League
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough in
the Championship (kick-off 7.45),
from Portman Road.
10.15 Football League 10.45 Football
League Greatest Games 11.15 Scottish
Football 11.30 Major League Soccer
12 midnight Football League 12.30am
Greatest Games 1.00 One2Eleven (AD)
1.30 Greatest Games 2.00 Greatest
Players (AD) 2.30 Greatest Games 3.00
Football Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00
Greatest Games 5.00 Gretest Players
5.30?6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Ryder Cup
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was
Won 8.00 Ryder Cup Memories 9.00
How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won
11.00 Ryder Cup Tips 11.30 Ryder Cup
Memories 1.00pm How the 2018 Ryder
Cup Was Won 3.00 Ryder Cup Memories
4.30 How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was
Won 6.30 Ryder Cup Memories 8.00
How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won
10.00 Ryder Cup Memories 11.00 How
the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won
1.00am Ryder Cup Memories 2.00
How the 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won
4.00?6.00am Ryder Cup Memories
Sky Mix
Sky 121 Virgin 520 HD Virgin 510
6.00am?12 noon LIVE Tennis
Continuing coverage from day two
of the ATP Japan Open in Tokyo.
6.00am Premier League Greatest Games
7.00 Premier League Football 7.30
Premier League Legends 8.00 Premier
League Best Goals 8.30 Premier League
Football 9.00 Premier League 100 Club
10.00 Premier League Football
2.00pm Premier League Best Goals
3.00 Premier League Years (AD)
5.00 Premier League 100 Club
6.00 Premier League Football
6.30 Premier League Review
7.30 Soccer Special 10.00 The Debate
11.00 Premier League Review
12 midnight The Debate 1.00am
Premier League Years (AD) 3.00 Premier
League Greatest Games 4.00 Premier
League Best Goals 5.30?6.00am
Premier League 100 Club
Sky Cricket
Sky 404 Virgin 514 HD Virgin 504
6.00am World Cup Cricket Classics
7.00 Ashes Greats 8.00 Cricket
Masterclass 9.00 International
One-Day Cricket 11.00 World Cup
Cricket Classics
12 noon Indian Premier League Cricket
5.00pm World Cup Cricket Classics
6.00 International One-Day Cricket
8.00 Atherton Meets Steve Waugh
9.00 International One-Day Cricket
11.00 Atherton Meets Steve Waugh
12 midnight International One-Day
Cricket 2.00am Atherton Meets Steve
Waugh 3.00 World Cup Cricket
Classics 4.00 Cricket Masterclass
5.00?6.00am Ashes Greats
Sky Action
Sky 407 Virgin 517 HD Virgin 507
6.00am LIVE Tennis Day two
of the ATP Japan Open at the
Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo.
12 noon NFL 1.00pm Wrestling
2.00 NFL 3.00 NRL: Grand Final
4.00 Boxing Gold 4.30 NFL 5.30
Sportswomen 6.00 NFL: highlights
7.00 LIVE Darts The Grand Prix
of Darts, day three in Dublin,
featuring the opening four
matches in the second round.
11.00 NFL: Broncos v Chiefs
12 midnight Super League Gold
(AD) 1.00am NFL 2.00 NFL:
Greatest Games 3.30 Boxing Gold
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis The
ATP 500 Japan Open, day three of
the indoor hardcourt tournament
at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo.
Coverage continues until 12 noon.
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
5.30am LIVE Tennis The ATP
China Open, day two at the
National Tennis Centre in Beijing.
4.00pm Sporting Greats (AD)
5.00 Wrestling 7.00 Super League
7.30 Sportswomen 8.00 Modern
Pentathlon 9.00 Wrestling
12 midnight Modern Pentathlon
1.00am LIVE Wrestling
WWE Smackdown from the States.
3.00 Sporting Greats (AD) 4.00 Great
Sporting Moments 5.00?5.30am
Sporting Greats (AD)
Eurosport 1
Sky 410 Virgin 523 BT 412 HD Virgin 521 BT 435
7.30am Snooker 9.00 British Superbikes
11.00 Snooker
11.55 LIVE Snooker The European
Masters, day two of this ranking event
in Lommel, Belgium. More at 5.55pm.
4.00pm World Superbikes 5.00
Snooker
5.55 LIVE Snooker Further play
from day two of the European Masters.
10.00 Snooker 11.30?1.00am Motor
Racing: double bill
Money
BT Sport 1
Sky 413 Virgin 531 BT 408 HD Virgin 527 BT 430
5.30am LIVE Tennis Day four of
the WTA China Open in Beijing.
11.30 BT Sport Goals Reload
12 noon Sailing
12.30pm LIVE Tennis Further
play from the WTA China Open.
2.30 Tennis 4.30 Scottish Football
5.00 Australian Rules Football
5.30 LIVE Champions League
Football Juventus v Young Boys in
Group H (kick-off 5.55).
8.00 Champions League Football: live
goal news 10.15 Fan TV 10.45 UFC
12.15am Cage Warriors 2.15 MotoGP
2.30 Sur?ng 3.30?5.30am Tennis
BT Sport 2
Sky 414 Virgin 532 BT 409 HD Virgin 528 BT 431
6.00am Football Archives 7.30 Premier
League Football 9.00 Speedway 11.00
Motorcycling 3.45pm Sur?ng 4.45
Motor Racing 5.45 Goals Reload
6.00 Premier League Review
7.00 LIVE Champions League
Football Manchester United v
Valencia, Group H (kick-off 8.00),
action from Old Trafford.
Sport: page 35.
10.30 Champions League Football
11.45 Premier League Reload
12 midnight Premier League Tonight
12.30am OJ: Made in America (AD) 2.30
UFC 4.00 Fishing 5.00?5.15am
MotoGP: Tales from the Bales
BT Sport 3
Sky 417 Virgin 533 BT 410 HD Virgin 529 BT 432
6.00am German Football 7.30 French
Football 12 noon Motor Racing 1.00pm
Speedway: Premiership semi-?nals
Tuesday Television
Sky 304 Virgin 435 BT 503 HD Virgin 405
6.20am As 3.10pm 8.05 Dinosaur
??? Animated adventure. (2000, PG)
9.35 As 6.25pm 11.10 As 10.15pm
1.00pm Swiss Family Robinson
???? Adventure. John Mills (1960, U)
3.10 The Paci?er ?? Comedy.
(2005, PG) 4.50 The Haunted Mansion
?? Comedy horror. Eddie Murphy (2003, PG)
3.00 LIVE Youth Football
Manchester United v Valencia
(kick-off 3.00), an under-19s match.
5.00 Premier League Reload
5.15 LIVE Champions League
Football TSG 1899 Hoffenheim v
Manchester City (kick-off 5.55);
8.15 Olympique Lyonnais v Shakhtar
Donetsk, joining 15 minutes in.
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Football 12 midnight Champions
League Football 4.00am Premier
League Tonight 4.30 French Football
5.30?6.00am Motor Racing
BT Sport//ESPN
Sky 423 Virgin 534 BT 411 HD Virgin 530 BT 433
6.00am Pardon the Interruption 6.30
Major League Baseball 7.30 Around
the Horn 8.00 American Football
11.30 Pardon the Interruption 12 noon
ESON FC 12.30 Around the Horn 1.00
American Football 7.00 ESPN FC 7.30
Champions League Football
7.45 LIVE Champions League
Football Bayern Munich v Ajax
in Group E (kick-off 8.00).
10.00 Major League Baseball
11.00 Australian Rules Football
11.30 Pardon the Interruption
12 midnight Baseball Tonight
1.00am LIVE Major League
Baseball A wildcard game.
4.30 Australian Rules Football
5.00?6.00am Poker
Eurosport 2
Sky 411 Virgin 524 BT 413 HD Virgin 522 BT 436
6.00am Snooker 7.30 Cycling 9.30
Snooker 11.00 Australian Superbikes
12 noon World Superbikes 1.00pm Cycling
3.00 LIVE Cycling The BincheChimay-Binche one-day race.
4.30 Cyclo-Cross 7.00 Cycling
8.30 World Superbikes 10.00 Cycling
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12 midnight News 12.30am Cycling
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The Apprentice 9.00pm BBC1
REALITY New series Yes, it?s that time again. Lord Sugar is back to
audition a fresh intake of shouty plonkers so that he can invest in one ?
or, as happened last year, two ? of them. In the 2017 ?nal, you may recall,
Sugar decided he simply couldn?t pick between Sarah Lynn and James White,
so he invested �0,000 in each. I bet you?re struggling to recall either of
them, or what their business plans were (an online sweet shop and an IT
recruitment ?rm, respectively), but rest assured that over the next 12 weeks,
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the business folk arrayed above with all their quirks and character ?aws will
become gratingly familiar and in some cases, as they?re tested to breaking
point, curiously likeable. Series 14 starts with a surprise: the ?rst challenge is
a trip to Malta where the go-getters have to go get. It?s the buying task, so
they must source oddments like sea salt and a model boat as cheaply as
possible. Look out for one candidate shouting at bemused Maltese market
traders, ?A boat! A boat! A ?ligree BOOAT!? DAVID BUTCHER
Bad Move
The Supervet
Upstart Crow
Trust
8.00pm ITV
8.00pm C4
8.30pm BBC2
9.00pm BBC2
SITCOM Jack Dee?s not-very-
DOCUMENTARY Helen is trying
SITCOM Anyone who knows anything
DRAMA The problem with having
affectionate caricature of rural life
has the ?sit? part of sitcom nailed.
Once again, Steve and Nicky ?nd
themselves in a brilliantly awful bind
of their own making.
The village is up in arms over the
possibility that a drilling ?rm might
be allowed to start fracking nearby;
our transplanted townies are right
behind the protesters until they read
the small print. It could be just the
get-out-of-jail-free card they crave.
All of which unfolds enjoyably
enough, but the ?com? part of
?sitcom? is let down by a de?nite
lack of jokes. The cast are so good,
it barely matters: Miles Jupp as
virtue-signalling neighbour Matt
rings horribly true. DB
to be brave, but she suspects that
even Noel can?t ?x her pet?s problems.
After rats attacked him, Hermes
has only one complete leg left.
It?s a massive surgical challenge to
give him three prosthetic limbs
because? Hermes is a tortoise.
However, all life matters to a vet, so
as far as Noel is concerned, a tortoise
deserves a chance just as much as a
dog or cat does. ?It requires a gigantic
leap of faith and there?s a very high
chance of failure,? he tells Helen.
Noel?s other patient is Dave,
a rottweiler that needs hip surgery.
Dave?s owner has six kids and
runs marathons. ?Boy, do I feel
inadequate!? says Noel.
about Ben Elton?s sitcom writing
will appreciate that it can turn
sombre and serious on a sixpence.
And anyone who knows anything
about William Shakespeare will know
that he saw a lot of darkness during
his lifetime.
The plot details are being kept a
secret ? but suf?ce to say it?s all
brilliantly done, with shades of the
moving climax to Blackadder Goes
Forth. And fear not, for there is still
a lot to laugh about along the way,
with many of the usual familiar jokes
(and heavy use of the comedy suf?x
?-ington?) peppering a plot that
revolves around Will?s (David
Mitchell) hopes at a theatre awards
ceremony. BEN DOWELL
someone as great as Donald
Sutherland in the cast is you can?t
take your eyes off him, and you don?t
want to. His performance as cruel,
stingy billionaire John Paul Getty
steals this drama from under
everyone else, whether he?s setting
the dogs on his own gardener (?He
certainly runs like a queer,? Getty
muses) or suspecting that Penelope
(Anna Chancellor) is cheating
on him ? ?We do not entertain you
as we did?? he enquires, slyly.
But the fascinating madness of life
at Sutton Place takes a back seat to
life among the kidnappers in the hills
of Calabria. Getty still believes the
kidnap of his grandson was a hoax.
How do they convince him? DB
JANE RACKHAM
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DISCOVER TV
The best of streaming
and catch-up
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THE CONTESTANTS
1 Camilla Ainsworth, 22
owner, nut milk brand
2 Frank Brooks, 27
senior marketing manager
3 Tom Bunday, 28
owner, tree surgery ?rm
4 Kayode Damali, 26
professional speaker
5 Sian Gabbidon, 25
owner, swimwear brand
6 Jackie Fast, 34
sponsorship consultant
7 Kurran Pooni, 22
law graduate
Joanna Lumley?s
Silk Road Adventure
9.00pm ITV
TRAVEL The ?nal leg of Lumley?s
7,000-mile journey seems to involve
places with almost unpronounceable
names. She starts off trekking through
Uzbekistan?s Kyzylkum desert, then
learns about Khiva?s distinctive
chugirma hats before riding on one of
the most splendid metro systems
imaginable in the country?s capital,
Tashkent. But while the vast turquoise
domes of the Registan, Shakhi-Zinda
and Bibi Khanum and the Kyrgyz
tradition of eagle hunting leave her
awestruck, it?s the Sogdians who
impress her most. ?They?re my new
heroes,? she decides, because they
were the ?enablers? of the Silk Road.
As always with Lumley?s travelogues,
it?s been a charming experience. JR
8 Sabrina Stocker, 22
owner, tennis events company
9 Sarah Ann Magson, 37
solicitor
10 Daniel Elahi, 28
owner, lifestyle brand
11 Sarah Byrne, 29
owner, children?s acting academy
12 Alex Finn, 21 IT analyst
13 Jasmine Kundra, 34
learning and development manager
14 David Alden, 32 tax adviser
15 Rick Monk, 33 quality controller
16 Khadija Kalifa, 28
owner, eco cleaning company
A celebrity-confessional
documentary that could
change lives. Adrian Chiles?s
alcohol consumption might be
well beyond yours, but the
point about being dependent
on booze to the point of
risking one?s long-term health
but without ful?lling the
stereotype of a shambling
alcoholic is extremely
valuable. Chiles goes further,
bringing in issues around how
alcohol consumption interacts
with mental health problems.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Wissper
6.40am Channel 5, My5
More adventures with the
girl who can talk to animals
and help them with their
problems. Today, Dan the
Panda has a big problem:
he?s fallen down a hole. JS
BEST LIVE SPORT
DAVID BROWN
Taskmaster
Alex
9.00pm Dave
11.00pm C4
ENTERTAINMENT Taskmaster is,
DRAMA Our titular hero is very
? Champions League Football
of course, a great improvement on
panel shows, but this doesn?t mean it
can?t share some of that old format?s
strengths: routinely, the studio
segments where the ?ve comedians
riff off the video clips and each other
are the funniest bits. So it is tonight,
as James Acaster repeatedly scores
bullseyes with rapidly calculated
callbacks (in other words, references
to things said earlier). They go down
well with his fellow pros, and will do
with comedy connoisseurs at home.
The improvised wit compensates
for a clutch of relatively dull tasks,
although one of them ? you?ve got 20
minutes to cheer up this retired traf?c
warden, in that caravan ? is a peach.
jumpy this week ? and with good
reason. Having accidentally killed his
partner and best friend, he now
?nds that criminal mastermind BG
is promising to murder him and his
family unless he identi?es a mole
within the police. With fellow cop
(and old ?ame) Frida also on our
antihero?s tail, his options are
shrinking in a Scandi import awash
with mood, menace and a fabulously
dark visual palette.
You may feel we?ve seen some of
the tropes and set pieces before,
and it?s stomach-churningly violent
at times, but Dragomir Mrsic?s
growly charisma and a pacey and
bold script will keep you rooting for
the main man till the bitter end. BD
(k/o 8pm): Tottenham Hotspur
v Barcelona 7pm BT 2; Napoli v
Liverpool 7.15pm BT 3 Can Spurs
contain Lionel Messi? Sport: p35.
? Cricket: South Africa v
Zimbabwe, second ODI 11.55am,
Sky Cricket; 12 noon Main Event
? Championship Football:
Shef?eld Wednesday v
West Brom 7pm (k/o 7.45pm)
Sky Football/Main Event
JACK SEALE
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
q FILM OF THE DAY
Regarding Henry
6.40pm Film4
Emotional drama following
events after a ruthless lawyer
gets shot. With Harrison Ford
and Annette Bening. See p43
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Sinead (above) on Coronation
Street (7.30pm, 8.30pm ITV)
is one of those characters who?s
had so much misery heaped on
her that it?s a wonder she hasn?t
thought to herself, ?Do you know
what? In the light of me almost
losing the use of my legs in a
minibus crash, being dumped at
the altar by Chesney and getting
forced into having an abortion by
Ken, I think I might try my luck
living elsewhere. I hear Didsbury?s
nice.? Recently, of course, she?s
found out that she?s expecting
Daniel?s baby, but there?s no way
the scriptwriters are going to let
the two of them go off to book NCT
classes. Enter a doctor with news
of a possibly cancerous lump that
could necessitate Sinead having to
terminate her pregnancy.
Over on Emmerdale (7pm ITV)
Joe is at loggerheads with
Graham. But instead of taking
time to re?ect, he orders Graham?s
death! Seems a bit extreme.
What would he do if he was
served a dodgy pint in the
Woolpack? Firebomb the pub?
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BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Louise Minchin, Dan Walker. (S) (HD)
9.15 Rip-Off Britain Revealing which bank experts
think has the best online security. (S) (HD)
10.00 Homes under the Hammer Properties in
East Sussex, Nottinghamshire and Kent. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 A1: Britain?s Longest Road A pregnant woman
is left stranded. Rptd tomorrow 6.30am BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 Close Calls: on Camera A paraglider loses control
and crashes high up in the tree canopy. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15pm Bargain Hunt Anita Manning presents from
Lewes, East Sussex. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
1.45 Doctors Rob is tasked with ?nding a homeless
man who was attacked while he slept. (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 Chase the Case Strategic game show hosted
by Dan Walker. Repeated tomorrow 7.15am BBC2 (S) (HD)
3.00 Escape to the Country In Wiltshire. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Garden Rescue The team must transform
a long, thin garden in Northampton. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.30?5.15 Antiques Road Trip Phil Serrell and
Louise Gostelow head to Lincolnshire. (S) (HD)
BBC2
6.00am An Island Parish: Shetland Crofting twins
Charlie and Bertie Priest cut peat. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 A1: Britain?s Longest Road An empty fuel tank
gives traf?c police a headache. Shown Tue 11am BBC1 (S) (HD)
7.15 Chase the Case Shown yesterday 2.15pm BBC1 (S) (HD)
8.00?9.00 Sign Zone 8.00 See Hear Black History
Month and the deaf community. Repeated 12.35am (S) (HD)
8.30 The Farmers? Country Showdown A poultry farmer
hopes to attract attention to her new egg products. (R) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire Current affairs. (S) (HD)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S) (HD)
11.30 Politics Live Live coverage of Prime Minister
Theresa May?s speech to the Conservative Party
conference in Birmingham. Highlights 11.15pm. (S) (HD)
1.30pm Coast Exploring Europe?s coastlines. (R) (S) (HD)
2.00 A Taste of Britain Janet Street-Porter and
Brian Turner encounter a yorkshire pudding. (R) (S) (HD)
2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? Anne Reid
researches her father?s ancestors. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Autumn: Earth?s Seasonal Secrets How animals
and plants deal with changes in autumn. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.45?5.15 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) (S) (HD)
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BBC1
The Apprentice
Brady, Lord Sugar
and Claude Littner
welcome this
year?s hopefuls
Upstart Crow
8.30pm Will has a
dilemma but won?t
get any comfort
from his nemesis
Robert Greene
5.15pm Pointless
5.15pm Flog It!
9.00pm Karren
Quiz presented by Alexander Armstrong.
Executive producers Tamara Gilder and Richard Hague
Series editor John Ryan (S) (HD)
6.00 BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
6.30 Regional news magazines (S)
Followed by Party Political Broadcast
By the Conservative Party. (S) (HD)
7.00 The One Show
Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
Editor Sandy Smith (S) (HD)
2 BBC RED BUTTON 7.00?10.30pm 5 Live Final Score
The latest scores and results from BBC Radio 5 Live
7.30 Ill Gotten Gains
Police in Suffolk seize a career fraudster?s house,
planning to sell it off and return money to his many
victims. A female drug dealer from Manchester has
her Aston Martin sold at auction, the proceeds of
which are returned to the public purse.
Director Larry Walford; Producer Joe Farr (Revised rpt) (S) (HD)
8.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build
Nick Knowles, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and
volunteers are in Avening, in the Cotswolds, to help
Ben whose life was changed by an accident on
holiday in Cyprus in 2016, in which he broke his neck
in three places. After months of treatment abroad, he
was ?own back to Britain, where the Salisbury spinal
unit helped him progress. But Ben?s home needs to
be adapted, with a two-storey extension including a
lift. The community-spirited people of Avening have
already helped break ground on the project so the
team is joining in to ?nish the build, which will include
a three-metre bespoke bridge and landscaping, and
that will help Ben be reunited with his family.
Director Charley Adams; Series producer Hamish Summers (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Apprentice
series. 1/12. The search for Lord Sugar?s
aNew
next business partner begins. The 16 hopefuls
6.00am Good Morning Britain Tom Hardy and Riz
Ahmed talk about starring in new ?lm Venom. (S) (HD)
8.30 Lorraine Guests, gossip and fashion. (S) (HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Irate debate. (S) (HD)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle
features. Including Regional Weather (S) (HD)
12.30pm Loose Women With Karren Brady. (S) (HD)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News Regional News; Weather (S)
2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime Stories How the murder
of a 15-year-old girl was linked to another killing. (R) (S) (HD)
3.00 Tenable A team from Kent takes part. Warwick
Davis hosts the quiz. (S) (HD) Followed by Regional Weather
4.00?5.00 Tipping Point Game show. (S) (HD)
will be whittled down over the next 12 weeks until
one remains. For the ?rst task, under the scrutiny of
Karren Brady and Claude Littner, the candidates ?y
to Valletta, the capital of Malta, on a day-long
shopping spree. They must ?nd nine Maltese items
and buy them at the lowest possible price, before
reuniting back at the airport that night. One team
quickly hits the road, but clearly on the wrong scent.
While on the other, personality clashes over
negotiations rock the boat. The Apprentice: You?re
Fired follows on BBC2. See page 92.
Channel 4
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
6.35am Mike & Molly First shown on Comedy Central (S) (HD)
7.40 Everybody Loves Raymond Triple bill. (R) (S)
9.05 Frasier Double bill of the US sitcom. (R) (S) (AD)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA The mayor of Gary,
Indiana goes incognito among his workforce. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA The chef
helps a troubled Italian restaurant in Pennsylvania
called Bella Luna. (R) (S) 12 noon News (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me There?s Scottish food
at one of the soir閑s in and around Fife. (R) (S) (HD)
1.05 A New Life in the Sun A holiday home business
in France struggles with maintenance costs. (R) (S) (HD)
2.10 Countdown With guest Richard Arnold. (S) (HD)
3.00 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole makes a
pair of coffee tables from a cable drum. (S) (HD)
4.00?5.00 A Place in the Sun Former policeman
Steve McGibbon looks for a holiday home. (S) (HD)
BBC2
Directors F?on Davies, Kimya Moghaddam and Matt Tolfree
Series producer Lucy Malins (S) (HD)
Followed by National Lottery Update (S)
10.45 A Question of Sport
With former world champion gymnast Beth Tweddle,
European Tour golfer Matt Wallace, Commonwealth
gold medallist sprinter and long jumper Lorraine
Ugen, and British swimming great Mark Foster.
Series producer Dave Gymer; Executive producer Gareth JM Edwards
Repeated Friday 7.30pm (S) (HD)
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
11.15 Drowning in Plastic
Liz Bonnin investigates the true dangers of plastic in
the world?s oceans and examines possible solutions
to the problem. See choice, page 72.
Shown Monday 8.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
12.50am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
12.55?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
Paul Martin celebrates the programme?s 1,000th
edition at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire. (R) (S) (HD)
6.00 Letterbox
Mel Giedroyc hosts the game show. (S) (HD)
6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two
Zoe Ball presents the latest gossip from the training
rooms, while Ian Waite gives his thoughts on the
couples? efforts so far in Waite?s Warm Up. (S) (HD)
7.00 Nigella: at My Table
2/6. Nigella Lawson serves up more simple yet
satisfying dishes, including beef and aubergine fatteh,
passion fruit ice-cream cake, and a toasted brie, Parma
ham and ?g sandwich. Next episode tomorrow 7pm.
Series director Dominic Cyriax
Series producer Hannah Grif?ths (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Great British Menu
The Northern Ireland chefs cook their main courses
with each using the same meat in their recipes. (S) (HD)
8.00 Trust Me, I?m a Doctor
Ep 5 Series 8. Michael Mosley examines what giving
up alcohol for a month does to your health.
Series producer Catherine Abbott; Exec producer Jacqueline Smith (S) (HD)
8.30 Upstart Crow
Series 3. Go On and I Will Follow. Will must
a6/6
choose between attending a glamorous awards
ceremony and his son?s con?rmation. See page 92.
Will Shakespeare
David Mitchell
Anne Shakespeare
Liza Tarbuck
Kate
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Condell
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Kit Marlowe
Tim Downie
Kempe
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Bottom
Rob Rouse
Lucy
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Robert Greene
Mark Heap
Burbage
Steve Speirs
John Shakespeare
Harry En?eld
Emelia
Montserrat Lombard
Susanna Shakespeare
Helen Monks
Mary Shakespeare
Paula Wilcox
Judith Shakespeare Rosanna Beacock
Hamnet Shakespeare
Joe Willis
Writer Ben Elton; Director Richard Boden
Producer Gareth Edwards (S) (AD) (HD)
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of communication to Gail. See page 92.
J Paul Getty Sr
Gail Getty
J Paul Getty III
Primo
Penelope Kitson
Fifty
Leonardo
Salvatore
Donald Sutherland
Hilary Swank
Harris Dickinson
Luca Marinelli
Anna Chancellor
Niccolo Senni
Francesco Colella
Nicola Rignanese
Angelo
Andrea Arcangeli
Dante
Mauro Lamana
Bullimore/Khan
Silas Carson
Robina Lund
Charlotte Riley
James Fletcher Chace Brendan Fraser
Bertolini
Giuseppe Battiston
Martine
Laura Bellini
Jutta
Sarah Bellini
Repeated Friday 11.35pm (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 The Apprentice: You?re Fired
New series. 1/12. Rhod Gilbert is joined by experts
and fans to analyse this week?s task and meet the
?rst candidate to be ?red from the competition.
Series producer Amanda Sangorski
Executive producer Paul Broadbent (S) (HD)
10.30 Newsnight With Evan Davis. (S) (HD)
11.10 Weather (S) (HD)
11.15 Today at Conference
Highlights of the Prime Minister?s speech. (S) (HD)
11.45 No Activity
1/6 Series 2. Missing Persons. Stokes and Hendy
stake out a house belonging to a couple who have
been abducted. Shown Sunday 10.30pm (S) (HD)
12.10am 2/6. Death of an Eel. Neddy tries to
explain rugby to Steve. Shown Sunday 10.55pm (S) (HD)
12.35?2.05am Sign Zone 12.35 See Hear Magazine
for the deaf and hard of hearing. Shown 8am (S) (HD)
1.05 Reported Missing 1/4. In Maccles?eld, Cheshire
Police are baf?ed by a report of a missing child. (R) (S)
HD BBC2 HD Freeview 102 Freesat 102 Sky 102 Virgin 162
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ITV
Channel 4
Joanna Lumley?s
Silk Road
Adventure
9.00pm An Uzbek
man shows off his
traditional hat
The Supervet
8.00pm Professor
Noel faces an
ethical dilemma as
well as a dif?cult
practical challenge
BBC4
9
Wonders of the
Great Barrier
Reef with Iolo
Williams 9.00pm
A deep dive for
the naturalist
Regional
variations
BBC2
SCOTLAND
1.30pm Who Do You
Think You Are?
2.30 Politics Scotland
3.30 A Taste of Britain
4.15?5.15 Autumn:
Earth?s Seasonal Secrets
STV
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days (S) (HD)
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
7.30 The Secret Life of Books:
Swallows and Amazons
6.30 ITV Evening News Weather (S)
7.00 Emmerdale
6.00 The Simpsons
David is confronted by the past.
The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants. Homer
gets a new job at the nuclear plant. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
Director/Producer Jenny MacLeod (R) (S) (HD)
Writer Peter Kerry Cast Tuesday/Thursday
Repeated tomorrow 8am and 12.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Hollyoaks
Allie, Dai, Laura and Vidal work as a team. (S) (HD)
6.00 Regional News Weather (S)
6.25 Party Political Broadcast
By the Conservative Party. (S) (HD)
Will the food at Trevarrian Lodge in Newquay,
Cornwall impress the guests? (S) (HD)
Karisha tackles a cake involving two edible
boxing gloves set in a fondant boxing ring. (S) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 93
Brody uses Damon?s ID to visit Buster in prison.
7.30 Coronation Street
Writer James Coleman Cast Tue/Fri Shown yesterday 7pm E4
Rptd tomorrow 6.30am E4 Next episode follows on E4 (S) (AD) (HD)
Sinead receives devastating news. Hannah tells
Jim they need to pile the pressure on Johnny.
Sinead Tinker
Katie McGlynn
Bethany Platt
Lucy Fallon
Ali Neeson
James Burrows
Ryan Connor
Ryan Prescott
Michelle Connor
Kym Marsh
Jenny Connor Sally Ann Matthews
David Platt
Jack P Shepherd
Shona Ramsey
Julia Goulding
Josh Tucker
Ryan Clayton
Billy Mayhew Daniel Brocklebank
Gemma Winter Dolly-Rose Campbell
Geoff Metcalfe
Ian Bartholomew
Ken Barlow
William Roache
Daniel Osbourne
Rob Mallard
Roy Cropper
David Neilson
Toyah Battersby
Georgia Taylor
Chesney Brown
Sam Aston
Paula Martin
Stirling Gallacher
Sophie Webster
Brooke Vincent
Kevin Webster
Michael Le Vell
Jack Webster
Kyran Bowes
Robert Preston
Tristan Gemmill
Brian Packham
Peter Gunn
Kirk Sutherland Andrew Whyment
Beth Sutherland
Lisa George
Steve McDonald
Simon Gregson
7.00 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
8.00 The Supervet
Ep 4 Series 12. Professor Noel Fitzpatrick
faces one of his greatest challenges yet when
he?s introduced to Hermes, a tortoise which has
only one good leg. Can Noel provide Hermes
with three prosthetic feet using tiny titanium
implants? And is it the right thing to do? Also a
rottweiler called Dave is in need of an upgrade
to his previous hip replacements. See page 92.
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Today in Soapland: page 93
Series producer James Bainbridge; Executive producer
Alex Sutherland Repeated tomorrow 9pm 4seven (S) (HD)
RT DVDs To order your copy of The Supervet series 1?8 for
�.99 including p&p (RRP �.99), call 0844 848 7300 or visit
www.radiotimes.com/dvds40, quoting ref RT1664
8.00 Bad Move
9.00 Grand Designs
Writer Ellen Taylor More cast Friday
Repeated tomorrow 8.25am and 12.45pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
3/6 Series 2. Local Hero. Nicky, Steve and
the rest of the villagers are united in their
opposition to a fracking scheme. See page 92.
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Steve
Nicky
Matt
Meena
Pipps
Silas
Ken
Jack Dee
Kerry Godliman
Miles Jupp
Manjinder Virk
Isvari Ghai
Aaryan Basu
Philip Jackson
Shannon
Alice
Gareth
Grizzo
Barbara
Yasmin
Sue Vincent
Thelma Ruby
John Biggins
Seann Walsh
Lynda Rooke
Natalie Dew
Writers Jack Dee and Pete Sinclair; Director Adam Miller
Producer Debbie Pisani Repeated Friday 10.45pm (S) (AD) (HD)
8.30 Coronation Street
Bethany is desperate to make amends.
Writer Ella Greenhill
Repeated tomorrow 8.55am and 1.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Joanna Lumley?s Silk Road
Adventure
4/4. Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. In the
Kyzylkum desert, Joanna explores the Silk
Road citadel of Khiva, a town infamous for its
history of slavery, before attending a high society
wedding in Tashkent. A train journey to the
stunning architecture of Samarkand is followed
by a sauna on the shores of Lake Issyk-Kul that
sets the actress up for her trek?s end at the old
trading caravanserai of Tash Rabat. See page 92.
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Director Ewen Thomson
Producer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 ITV News at Ten
Weather; Regional News and Weather
(S)
10.45 Peston
2/9. Robert Peston examines political events
and interviews movers and shakers.
Executive producers Rachel Corp, Geoff Hill and Mark Rubens
Series editor Vicky Flind (S) (HD)
3/7. In the ?rst ?healthy? home project ever seen
on the show, gallery owner Elinor and ?tness
entrepreneur Born set themselves the task of
creating a hypoallergenic house in a leafy backgarden plot in south-west London. Driven by the
need to alleviate their two sons? life-threatening
allergies, their part-submerged, shed-inspired
home will be constructed using low toxin materials
and deploy cutting-edge ?ltration systems.
Directors Nicki Stoker and Ned Williams
Executive producers Fiona Caldwell and Cal Turner (S) (AD) (HD)
RT DVDs To order series 1 for �99 incl p&p (RRP �.99), call
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10.00 The Circle
Ep 14. The latest shenanigans in the social-media
reality show. Continues tomorrow 10pm. (S) (HD)
11.00 Alex
2/6. Alex visits BG in prison, hoping to buy
his way out of his criminal life by returning the
money he has paid him. But BG has one condition
? there?s an informant in his gang and he wants
Alex to ?nd out who it is. Swedish +subtitles.
The entire series is available online on All 4 and
continues next week on C4. See page 93. (AD) (HD)
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Alex Leko
Frida Kanto
Kim Leko
Simon Leko
Nils Kanto
Dragomir Mrsic
Rakel Warmlander
Anja Lundqvist
Maximilian Mrsic
Jerker Fahlstrom
Ase Paulsson
Susanne Thorson
Ivan Johansson
Erik Bolin
Ragnhild Bjorkfors Anna Bjelkerud
BG
Stefan Godicke
Nico
Kardo Razzazi
12 midnight Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
The chef visits a Danish restaurant in Florida. (R) (S)
12.50am The Place beyond the Pines ???? Crime
drama starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper,
Dane DeHaan and Emory Cohen. Motorcycle stunt
rider Luke discovers he has a son, and turns to robbing
banks to support his new family. Review page 43.
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Director Derek Cianfrance (2012, 15) (S) (SL) (AD) (W) (HD)
12.20am Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
5.05?6.00am The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
3.10 Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb The host
helps three homeowners on the Wirral. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.05 Grand Designs New Zealand A towering home
on the cliffs of Point Chevalier. First shown on More4 (S) (HD)
4.55 Vet on the Hill Scott Miller operates on a tiny
pet hedgehog. First shown on More4 (S) (AD) (HD)
5.50?6.35am Countdown (R) (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
+1 F?view13 F?sat121 Sky 204 Virgin 142 HD F?view104 Sky 138 Virgin 141
11.45 The Imitation Game
5/7. With Jess Robinson and Lewis Macleod.
Shown Sunday 10.05pm (S) (HD)
Followed by Weather (S) (HD)
John Sergeant takes to the water to
explore the origins of the children?s
classic by Arthur Ransome.
8.00 Sheila Hancock Brushes
Up: the Art of Watercolours
Watercolours are often treated as the
poor relations of oil paintings, and yet
the sense of immediacy and freedom
have made them the art of adventure
and action ? even war. In this ?lm,
actress Sheila Hancock traces the
extraordinary stories of professional
and amateur watercolourists.
Director/Producer John Mullen
Signed repeat 2am First shown on BBC1 (S) (HD)
9.00 Wonders of the Great
Barrier Reef with Iolo Williams
The naturalist travels with a specialist
dive team looking for signs of hope
that the Great Barrier Reef can survive
the threat of global warming. Invited
on the journey by award-winning
underwater cinematographer Richard
Fitzpatrick, Iolo dives deep beneath
the surface of the coral sea to discover
what state this natural wonder is in.
Director/Producer Steffan Morgan
Signed repeat 3am First shown on S4C (S) (HD)
10.00 Empire
2/5. Making Ourselves at Home
Jeremy Paxman examines how the
Empire transported the British way
of doing things around the world. He
starts in India where early traders took
Indian wives. He then visits a Canadian
town whose inhabitants are proud of
their Scottish ancestors and calls on
an Indian family in Leicester whose
migrations have been determined
by the Empire?s changing fortunes.
Directors John Hay and Robin Dashwood
Executive producer Basil Comely (R) (S) (AD) (HD
11.00 Jimmy Carr and the
Science of Laughter: a Horizon
Special
Jimmy Carr speaks to eminent
scientists Sophie Scott, Robin Dunbar
and Peter McGraw about the nature of
laughter in an attempt to get to the
bottom of what laughter is, what it has
to do with comedy, and why human
beings ?nd it a pleasurable sensation.
Director/Producer Peter Leonard (R) (S) (HD)
12 midnight A Very British Airline
3/3. Two trainee airline pilots reach the
end of their 18-month course. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00am The Treasure Hunters
A look at man-made treasures. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00 Sheila Hancock Brushes Up: the
Art of Watercolours Shown 8pm (S) (SL)
3.00?4.00am Wonders of the Great Barrier
Reef with Iolo Williams Shown 9pm (S) (SL)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
Channel 5 listings are overleaf
plus 34 more Freeview channels
BORDER
SCOTLANDt:
6.25?6.30pm Party
Political Broadcast
by the Scottish
Conservative Party
10.45 Representing
Border 11.15 Peston
12.10am The Imitation
Game 12.45?3.00
Nightscreen
BBC1 WALES
6.30?7.00pm BBC
Wales Today; Party
Political Broadcast:
Welsh Conservative
Party 7.30 The River
Wye with Will Millard:
the writer concludes
his journey 8.00?9.00
Back in Time for the
Factory: how things
were in 1983 10.00
News; BBC Wales
Today; Weather 10.35
BBC Wales Live 11.10
DIY SOS: the Big Build
12.10am A Question of
Sport 12.40 Weather
for the Week Ahead
12.45?6.00 BBC News
Wednesday Television
5.00pm Four in a Bed
5.00pm The Chase
6.25?6.30pm Party
Political Broadcast: by
the Conservative Party
10.00 News at Ten
10.30 Scotland Tonight
10.55 STV News 11.05
Peston 12.05am
Shopping 2.05 Paranoid
2.55?5.05 Nightscreen
ITV WALES
6.25?6.30pm Party
Political Broadcast:
Welsh Conservative
Party
BBC1 NI
6.30?7.00pm BBC
Newsline 10.00 BBC
News; BBC Newsline
10.40 Nolan Live 11.40
A Question of Sport
12.10am Drowning in
Plastic 1.45?6.00 BBC
News
BBC2 NI
11.15pm Spotlight
11.45 Today at
Conference 12.15?
2.35am BBC News
UTV
12.20am Shopping
12.50?3.00 Nightscreen
a RT Choice
m Family viewing
2 Red button coverage
(R) Repeat
(S) Subtitles
(SL) Signing
(AD) Audio description
(HD) High de?nition
(W) Film in widescreen
(BW) Black and white
Films i Premiere
Star Ratings
5 Outstanding
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WEDNESDAY Freeview
Television Wednesday
Channel 5
5
6
ITV3
10
Drama
20
Wallander 8.00pm The detective
tracks down a religious obsessive
Casualty 24/7 9.00pm Sister Jane
Hot Fuzz 9.00pm Sgt Angel and PC
The Loch 10.00pm Lauren and Annie
becomes an emergency clown
Butterman are armed and dangerous
make a grim discovery on Loch Ness
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 99
9.15 New. Jeremy Vine (HD)
11.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away
Gary and Cona seek �500 owed for an
unpaid loan. (S) (HD) 12.10pm 5 News (S) (HD)
12.15 NCIS 4/24 Series 8. Traces of a
$100 bill are found in the mouth of a dead
naval of?cer. (S) (AD) (HD) 1.10 New. Access
1.15 Home and Away Shown yesterday
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals (S)
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.45 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 7.10 Dress to Impress (S) (HD) 8.00
Emmerdale (S) (AD) (HD) 8.25 You?ve Been
Framed! Gold (S) 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show (S) (HD) 10.15 Who?s Doing the Dishes?
(S) (AD) (HD) 11.15 Dress to Impress (S) (HD)
12.15pm Emmerdale Shown yesterday 7pm ITV
(S) (AD) (HD) 12.45 You?ve Been Framed! Gold
(S) 1.45 New. The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Lady
Gaga talks about her new movie A Star Is Born
(S) (HD) 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Classic Coronation Street (S) 6.55
Heartbeat (S) (AD) 8.00 The Royal: a local
tramp is found dead (S) 9.05 Judge Judy (S)
(HD) 10.30 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (HD)
12.35pm The Royal (S) 1.40 Heartbeat (S)
(AD) 2.40 Classic Coronation Street: double
bill. Flick tells Joanne to stay away from
Steve, then Bet thinks Alec?s health is failing
(S) 3.45 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (AD) (HD)
7.10am The Bill (S) 8.00 London?s Burning
(AD) 9.00 Casualty (AD) 10.00 Lovejoy (S)
11.00 The Bill: Hagen causes an accident (S)
12 noon Classic EastEnders: double bill. The
Fowlers ?nd that life is quiet without Lou,
then Pauline gets into a tizzy while cleaning (S)
1.20pm Last of the Summer Wine (S) 2.00
?Allo ?Allo! (S) 2.40 London?s Burning (AD)
3.40 Soldier Soldier 4.55 Lovejoy (S)
5.55pm Heartbeat
6.00pm ?Allo ?Allo!
6.00pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold
6.55 Murder, She Wrote
6.30pm 5 Star Repeated 6pm C5 (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 New. Neighbours Rptd 5.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 The Neighbourhood Nightmare
Thriller starring Julie McNiven and
Trevor Donovan. Single mum Lindsay
falls for handsome new bachelor on the
block Stephen, but has he come to the
neighbourhood with murder in mind?
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Director Jake Helgren (2018) (S) (W) (HD)
4.00 Friends Chandler and Ross face two
bullies at Central Perk. (S) (HD)
4.30 The pals plan a party for Rachel, but
her mother and father show up. (S) (HD)
5.00pm 5 News (S) (HD)
5.30 Neighbours
6.00 Home and Away
Willow prepares to confess to the police.
Shown 1.15pm Next episode 6.30pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S) (HD)
7.00 The Wonderful World of Puppies
Six-week-old golden retriever Dakin
leaves his mother behind and settles
into a new life. (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
8.00 New. GPs: behind Closed Doors
A patient visits the surgery worried that
a lump on his testicle may be cancerous,
and doctors treat a woman suffering
from terrible foot and leg cramps.
Director Richard Pepe; Series producers Sarah
Speirs and Rebecca Parnell (S) (AD) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Casualty 24/7
3/4. The team are facing one of the
busiest days in Barnsley Casualty?s
history, and the pressure quickly mounts
on staff members as patients wait for
beds to become available.
Series producer Ali McBride; Executive producers
Kerry Brierley and Elaine Hackett (S) (HD)
10.00 New. Big Brother
Daily round-up of highlights, featuring
the latest tasks, games, arguments,
laughs and diary room visits. (S) (HD)
11.05 New. Big Brother?s Bit on
the Side
The latest developments. (S) (HD)
12 midnight The Nightmare Neighbour Next
Door: two women are caught up in a driveway
dispute (S) (HD) 1.00am New. SuperCasino (S) (HD)
3.10 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (S) (HD)
4.45 Wildlife SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor
(S) (SL) 5.35?6.00am Divine Designs (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
5 Select For listings see opposite page
BBC4 listings are overleaf
They?re back! Exclusive
A widow?s life is endangered by the dodgy
business dealings of her late husband. (S) (AD)
Mick Jagger?s son attempts a backflip.
6.30 A toy bear is interrogated.
7.00 A building crushing a sports car.
7.30 A bungled balcony theft. (S)
Jessica is stranded in the middle of
nowhere and forced to take a bus ?
unaware that one of her fellow
passengers is a murderer. (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 Two and a Half Men
8.00 Agatha Christie?s Poirot
4/16 Series 12. Walden and Alan learn a
student wants to give up her baby. (S) (HD)
8.30 Superstore
20/22 Series 2. Amy and Garrett find some
old photos while cleaning up. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Hot Fuzz ????
Cassius resolves to ?ee the country.
Shown 1.45pm Repeated 6pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
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ITV2
comedy starring Simon Pegg.
q Action
London policeman Nicholas Angel is
reassigned to a sleepy rural village, but
soon ?nds that the big city doesn?t have a
monopoly on crime. Review page 43.
Sergeant Nicholas Angel
PC Danny Butterman
Inspector Frank Butterman
Sergeant Tony Fisher
DS Andy Wainwright
Simon Pegg
Nick Frost
Jim Broadbent
Kevin Eldon
Paddy Considine
Billy Hardcastle, also known as the Hawk,
gets a taste for adventure. (S)
8.00 Wallander
David Suchet
Zo� Wanamaker
James Anderson
Rosalind Ayres
Sin閍d Cusack
Tom Ellis
Rebecca Front
Emma Hamilton
10.00 The Loch
11.25 Family Guy
1/6. After a body is found under the waters
of Loch Ness, sending the community into
shock, detective Annie Redford is thrust
into her first murder case. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 2/6. Following the discovery of a
human heart, forensic psychologist Blake
Albrighton is brought in. (S) (AD) (HD)
1.30 American Dad! (S) (AD) (HD) 2.20 Home
Shopping 5.50?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
ITV4
24
12.05am Lewis (S) (AD) (HD)
2.00?2.30am Nightscreen (HD)
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
ITVBe
6.40 As Time Goes By
7.20 Last of the Summer Wine
Director Edgar Wright (2007, 15) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
Series 4. Brian appears on a dating show.
11.55 Peter runs up a big pharmacy bill.
12.30am Series 3. Lois?s well-laid
Christmas holiday plans fall apart.
12.55 Brian has to look after a
cantankerous elderly woman. (S) (AD) (HD)
Ren� is imprisoned by Louise. (S)
Lionel invites Jean to a publisher?s party. (S)
Dead Man?s Folly. When crime novelist
Ariadne Oliver is hired to appear at a
?murder hunt? at a Devonshire summer
f阾e, she becomes convinced she is being
manipulated to distract attention from
a very grave crime indeed. But unable to
navigate the web of deceit and treachery
spun by the locals, she calls on her old
friend Hercule Poirot for help. (S) (AD) (HD)
Hercule Poirot
Ariadne Oliver
Michael Weyman
Mrs Warburton
Mrs Folliat
Detective Inspector Bland
Mrs Brewis
Sally Legge
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
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3/3 Series 3. Before the Frost. A friend
of Wallander?s daughter begs for his help,
but then disappears. Meanwhile, an
elderly woman?s body is found cremated
in a shallow grave, seemingly the victim of
a religious obsessive. The culprit must be
caught before striking again. (AD)
Kurt Wallander
Linda Wallander
Monika Westin
Anna Westin
Jannek Langas
Kenneth Branagh
Jeany Spark
Lindsay Duncan
Maimie McCoy
Paul Andrew Williams
10.00 New Tricks
7/8 Series 3. Ice Cream Wars
The detectives attempt to track down an
armed robber who targeted the vans of
two feuding ice cream manufacturers in
the 1990s when the battle between both
families erupts into violence. Standing?s
unorthodox methods leave Pullman
furious. Jodie Kelly guest-stars. (S) (AD)
11.20 Ashes to Ashes
4/8 Series 1. The discovery of a body
seems to be linked to a feminist socialist
group. However, when Viv cracks a code,
the trail turns out to lead much higher. (S)
12.20am Classic EastEnders (S) 1.40
The Bill (S) 2.35?4.00am Lovejoy
Dave
F?view 24 F?sat 117 Sky 120 Virgin 118 HD Virgin 178
6.00am The Chase (S) (HD) 6.45 Pawn
Stars (S) (HD) 7.30 Kojak (S) (HD) 8.30
Quincy (S) (HD) 9.30 Minder (S) (AD) 10.35
The Saint (S) 11.40 The Avengers (S) (HD)
12.45pm Kojak (S) (HD) 1.50 Quincy: a
movie star dies (S) (HD) 2.50 Minder (S)
4.00 The Saint (S) 5.05 The Avengers (S) (HD)
6.05pm Cash Cowboys Scott Cozens and
Sheldon Smithens try to buy a canoe. (S) (HD)
7.05 Pawn Stars An antique pistol. (S) (HD)
7.30 The guys buy a valuable guitar. (S) (HD)
8.00 New. British Superbikes James Haydon
introduces championship highlights from
round 11 in Assen in the Netherlands. (S) (HD)
9.00 FILM For Your Eyes Only ???
James Bond adventure starring Roger Moore,
Carole Bouquet and Topol. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
11.40 FILM Sudden Death ???? Action
thriller starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Terrorists take control of an ice-hockey game
attended by America?s vice-president and
threaten to detonate bombs. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am LittleBe 12 noon Fixer Upper (S) (HD)
12.55pm The Real Housewives of Potomac
(S) (HD) 1.50 Don?t Be Tardy (S) (HD) 2.15 Million
Dollar Listing: LA (S) (HD) 3.10 The Real
Housewives of Beverly Hills (S) (HD) 4.05 The
Real Housewives of Orange County (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date Jerome from London
chooses three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Cake Wars The bakers work on creations
to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the
Charlie Brown?s All-Stars TV special. (S) (HD)
8.00 Dinner Date Kimberley from Scotland
dines with three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Botched After saving Luci?s life, Paul is
given the go-ahead to ?nally ?x her nose.
Terry repairs a DJ?s chest and the doctors
meet a woman with anxiety issues. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 The Only Way Is Essex
Yaz discovers Lockie has been seeking
relationship advice behind her back. (S) (HD)
11.00 Million Dollar Matchmaker A fashion
designer who is too shallow to settle. (S) (HD)
1.55am Lethal Weapon (S) (SL) (HD)
2.45?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
12 midnight?12.55am The Jeremy Kyle Show
USA: the host takes his talk show stateside (S)
12 midnight Have I Got a Bit More News for
You (S) (HD) 1.00am QI XL (S) (HD) 2.15 Dave
Gorman Goodish Hits (S) (HD) 3.05?4.00am
Parks and Recreation: double bill (S) (HD)
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
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F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
7.10am MegaTruckers (HD) 8.00 American
Pickers (HD) 9.00 Top Gear (S) (AD) 10.00
American Pickers: double bill (S) (HD)
1.00pm Sin City Motors (S) (HD) 2.00
Motorway Cops (S) (HD) 3.00 Steve Austin?s
Broken Skull Challenge (S) (HD) 4.00 Sin City
Motors (S) (HD) 5.00 Top Gear (S) (AD)
7.00pm American Pickers Mike and Frank
attempt to buy from a handyman who lives
on a unique homestead. (HD)
8.00 QI XL With guest panellists Nish
Kumar, Holly Walsh and Cariad Lloyd. (S) (HD)
9.00 RT CHOICE New. Taskmaster 5/10
Series 7. Jessica Knappett?s sunny outlook on
life is severely tested. See page 93. (HD)
10.00 Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is
Goodish 4/8 Series 2. The comedian shares
his thoughts on microchipped cats. (S) (HD)
11.00 QI XL Extended edition, with Jeremy
Clarkson, Jimmy Carr and Bill Bailey. (S) (HD)
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Sleepy Hollow 9.00pm Ichabod ?nds
The occupants of a new baby house
out more about Washington?s death
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Food Unwrapped (S) (HD)
9.30 Location, Location, Location (S) (HD)
10.30 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Four in a Bed (S) (HD) 3.10 Come
Dine with Me: ?ve editions (S) (HD) 5.55
Kirstie and Phil?s Love It or List It (S) (HD)
7.55 Grand Designs
9.00am Dogs Make You Laugh Out Loud (S)
9.25 Now That?s Funny!: a bodybuilder
recites Shakespeare (S) 10.15 Gilmore Girls (S)
12.05pm FILM Her Dark Past ?? Thriller
starring Anna Lise Phillips 1.55 FILM
Locked Away ?? Crime thriller starring
Jean Louisa Kelly 3.40 FILM Patient Killer
?? Thriller starring Victoria Pratt 5.25
FILM The Stepford Wives ?? Sci-? comedy
thriller starring Nicole Kidman
A solarium in Bournemouth. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.10pm CSI: NY
9.00 New. Orangutan Jungle School
Ep 5 Series 2. The opening ceremony of
the new baby house takes place. (S) (HD)
9/21 Series 4. A husband-to-be is killed
during a fight on his wedding day. (S)
8.05 11/21. A man is killed by a cigar.
10.00 24 Hours in A&E
9.00 New. Sleepy Hollow
6.55pm The Supervet
A rescued bulldog has leg problems. (S) (HD)
A boy has an epileptic seizure. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 New. This Is Us
14/18 Series 2. Kevin and Kate attempt to
reconnect with their past. (S) (AD)
Randall Pearson
Sterling K Brown
Beth Pearson
Susan Kelechi Watson
Jack Pearson
Milo Ventimiglia
Rebecca Pearson
Mandy Moore
Kevin Pearson
Justin Hartley
12.10am Eight out of Ten Cats Does Countdown
(S) (HD) 1.10 Orangutan Jungle School (S) (HD)
2.15 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (S) (HD)
3.15?3.55am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
More4 +1 Freeview 86 Freesat 125 Sky 236 Virgin 196
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28
F?view 28 F?sat 122 Sky 135 Virgin 106 HD Virgin 145
6.00am Hollyoaks Shown Mon/Tue 6.30pm C4
(AD) 7.00 2 Broke Girls (AD) 8.00 Baby
Daddy 9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Young &
Hungry (AD) 11.00 How I Met Your Mother (AD)
12 noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00pm
The Big Bang Theory (AD) 2.00 Melissa &
Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy 4.00 New Girl
(AD) 5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
6.00pm The Big Bang Theory (AD)
7.00 New. Hollyoaks Damon discovers that
Brody used his ID to visit Buster in prison.
Cast pp85/115 Rptd tomorrow 6.30pm C4 (AD)
7.30 The Posh Frock Shop West End star
Zoe Birkett looks for a wedding dress. (AD)
8.00 The Big Bang Theory
4&5/24 Series 9. Double bill. (AD)
9.00 New. Don?t Tell the Bride Ben?s plans
for a hot-tub wedding may not prove popular.
10.00 New. Married at First Sight USA
The three couples head back to the USA
and decide where to live.
11.00 The Big Bang Theory (AD)
12/13 Series 1. Ichabod and Abbie find a
passage within Washington?s Bible that
reveals the truth about the First
President?s death. First shown on Universal (S)
10.00 Stephen King?s Nightmares
and Dreamscapes
The Road Virus Heads North. A famous
horror writer buys a mysterious painting.
11.00 The Fifth Quarter. An ex-convict
learns of the death of his partner in crime.
12 midnight Stephen King?s It: double bill
(S) 4.05am Gilmore Girls (S) 4.45
Access 5.00 Neighbours (S) (AD)
5.30?6.00am Home and Away (S) (AD)
Pick
11
Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Border Security 7.00 Highway Cops 8.00
Police Force: Australia 9.00 Border Security USA
10.00 Nothing to Declare 11.00 The Flash 12 noon
Cold Case 1.00pm Blue Bloods 2.00 House 3.00
Border Security: America?s Front Line 4.00 Police
Force: Australia 5.00 Stargate Universe 6.00
Stargate SG-1 7.00 Stargate Atlantis 8.00 New.
The Flash: the team tackle a meta-human serial
killer 9.00 New. Blindspot 10.00 New. Criminal
Minds 11.00 Air Ambulance ER 12 midnight Brit
Cops 1.00am Law & Order True Crime: Menendez
Murders 2.00 Stop, Search, Seize 3.00 UK
Border Force 4.00 Highway Patrol 4.30 Highway
Cops 5.00?6.00am Nothing to Declare
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
61
Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
12 midnight Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 12.55am
Gogglebox (SL) 2.00 Don?t Tell the Bride 2.50
Married at First Sight USA 3.40 First Dates
Abroad (AD) 4.05 2 Broke Girls (AD)
4.45?6.00am How I Met Your Mother (AD)
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the
Prairie 8.00 Touched by an Angel 9.00 Highway to
Heaven 11.00 Little House on the Prairie 1.00pm
Hamish Macbeth 2.00 FILM The Hound of the
Baskervilles ??? 4.00 The Agatha Christie Hour
5.00 Murder, She Wrote 6.00 Hamish Macbeth 7.00
M*A*S*H 8.00 Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) 9.00
Taggart 10.30 FILM Legacy of Fear ?? 12.30am
FILM Housesitter ?? 2.30?3.00am M*A*S*H
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
4seven
47
Horror Channel
70
F?view 47 F?sat 127 Sky 137 Virgin 143 HD F?view 110
Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
9.00am Find It, Fix It, Flog It 11.00 A New Life in
the Sun 12 noon Undercover Boss USA 2.00pm
A Place in the Sun 4.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen
Nightmares USA 5.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
6.30 Frasier: triple bill (AD) 8.00 The Great
British Bake Off 6/10. See choice, p82. Shown
yesterday 8pm C4 (AD) 9.20 First Dates Hotel
5/6 Series 3. See choice, p83. Shown yesterday
9.15pm C4 (AD) 10.20 Gogglebox Ep 4 Series 12
(AD) 11.20 The Undateables Ep 4 Series 9
Shown Monday 9pm C4 (AD) 12.25am Celebrity
Island with Bear Grylls (AD) 1.30 The Secret Life
of the Zoo (AD) 2.35 The Supervet (AD)
4.30?5.00am Extreme Cake Makers
8.00am Hercules: the Legendary Journeys 9.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 10.00 Star Trek 11.00 FILM
Journey to the Centre of the Earth ?? Fantasy
action adventure 12.50pm Highlights 1.00 FILM
Age of Dinosaurs ?? Sci-? action thriller 2.50
Highlights 3.00 Lost in Space 4.00 i FILM
Sinbad and the War of the Furies ?? Action
adventure 5.50 Highlights 6.00 Star Trek 7.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 8.00 Under the Dome 9.00
FILM 100 Bloody Acres ??? Comedy horror
10.55 FILM Cube Zero ?? Sci-? thriller
12.50am FILM Late Phases ?? 2.45?4.30am
FILM The Last Exorcism ??? Horror thriller
BBC News Freeview 231 Freesat 212 Sky 503 Virgin 601 Sky News Freeview 233 Freesat 202 Sky 501 Virgin 602
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
21
Freeview 21 Freesat 129 Sky 141 Virgin 153
9.00am Catch a Contractor 9.20 CSI: Miami
(S) (AD) 10.10 CSI: NY (S) 11.05 Law & Order
(S) 1.10pm Chicago PD (S) 2.05 CSI: NY (S)
3.05 Person of Interest 4.05 Law & Order (S)
6.05pm Castle 7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S) 9.00 New. Castle
Series 8. A call from a stranger ignites a chain
of events First shown on Alibi 10.00 New.
Grimm Series 5. Nick worries he may lose
everything as he continues to battle Black
Claw First shown on W (S) 11.00 Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit (S) 11.55 Chicago PD (S)
12.55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (S) (AD)
1.55 Chicago PD 3.50?4.00am Access
5 USA +1 F?view 56 (not 2-4am) F?sat 130 Sky 241 Virgin 185
5 Star
30
Freeview 30 Freesat 131 Sky 128 Virgin 151
8.00am Last Man Standing 8.25 Dance
Moms (S) 10.05 Last Man Standing 11.05
Two and a Half Men 12 noon Police
Interceptors (S) 1.00pm Can?t Pay? We?ll
Take It Away (S) 3.00 Neighbours (S) (AD)
3.30 Home and Away (S) (AD) 4.00 My Wife
and Kids (S) 5.00 Two and a Half Men
6.00pm Neighbours Shown 5.30pm C5 (S) (AD)
6.30 New. Home and Away Rptd tomorrow
6pm C5 (S) (AD) 7.00 New. The Bachelorette
Australia 8.00 New. Fresh Off the Boat
7&8/23 Series 3. 9.00 New. To Catch a
Criminal 10.00 FILM The Expendables 3
??? Action adventure (S) (AD) (W)
12.30am World?s Scariest Plane Landings (S)
1.30 World?s Wildest Holidays 2.30 The
Bachelorette Australia: dating reality show 3.25
Last Man Standing 3.50?4.00am Access
5 Star +1 Freeview 55 Sky 228 Virgin 186
5 Spike
31
12.55am The X-Files: Scully fears for her unborn
baby 1.50 60 Days in Jail 2.50?3.00am Access
5 Spike +1 Sky 250
54
Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
9.00am Access 9.10 Neighbours (S) (AD)
9.35 Home and Away (S) (AD) 10.00 Secrets of
the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh 11.00 The
Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies 12 noon Bene?ts
Britain: Life on the Dole 1.00pm Nightmare
Tenants, Slum Landlords 2.00 GPs: behind Closed
Doors 4.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S) (AD) 6.00
GPs: behind Closed Doors 8.00 The Dog Rescuers
with Alan Davies (S) 9.00 Brunel?s Britain: Master
of Bridges (S) 10.00 How the Victorians Built
Britain 11.00 Revealed: the Truth about the Holy
Grail 12 midnight Secrets of the Great Yorkshire
Castle 1.00am Nightmare Tenants, Slum
Landlords 2.00 My Young Bene?ts Life (S)
3.00?4.00am The Hotel Inspector (S)
CBS Action
19
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
6.00am Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
8.00 Time Team (S) 10.00 Murder Maps (S)
11.00 Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD)
12 noon Time Team (S) 2.00pm Volcano
Hell 3.00 Wildest Africa (S) 4.00 Murder
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6.00 The Great Escape: Revealed (S) (AD)
7.00 Impossible Engineering (S) (AD) 8.00
Secrets of Britain (S) 9.00 The Green Green
Grass: triple bill. Tyler and Earl the dog go
missing 9.40 Marlene awaits Tyler?s A-level
results 10.20 Boycie signs up for a reality TV
show (S) 10.55 Ripping Yarns (S)
1.00am The Living Universe 2.00?3.00am Who
Do You Think You Are?: with Anita Rani (S) (AD)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
Really
17
Freeview 17 Freesat 160 Sky 142 Virgin 129
6.00am Posh Pawn 7.00 Home Shopping 8.00
Homes under the Hammer 10.00 Tipping Point:
double bill of the game show (AD) 12 noon Escape
to the Country 2.00pm The Great British Bake
Off (AD) 3.00 Homes under the Hammer
4.00 King?s Cross ER: double bill 5.00 Ghost
Adventures Netherworld Special (AD) 6.00
Antiques Road Trip: double bill 8.00 Celebrity
Antiques Road Trip 9.00 Louis Theroux: Drinking
to Oblivion (AD) 10.00 New. The Menendez
Murders: Erik Tells All 11.00 Kings Cross ER
12 midnight Crime Stories 1.00am Murder Made Me
Famous 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Inside Harley
Street (AD) 4.50?6.00am Helicopter Heroes
Home
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7.00am Homes under the Hammer 8.00 Flog It!
9.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build (AD) 10.00 River Cottage
Spring 11.00 Wanted Down Under 12 noon Income
Property 1.00pm DIY SOS: the Big Build (AD)
2.00 Escape to the Country 3.00 Flog It! 4.00
Wanted Down Under 5.00 Homes under the Hammer
6.00 Home Away from Home 7.00 River Cottage
Spring 8.00 New. Income Property 9.00 Escape to
the Country 10.00 Beeny?s Restoration Nightmare
11.00 Fantasy Homes by the Sea (AD) 12 midnight
Home Away from Home 1.00am Homes under the
Hammer 1.50 Marbella Mansions (AD) 2.40 Our
House 3.30?4.00am Digging for Victory
Home +1 Sky 258 Virgin 282
Quest
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Freeview 37 Freesat 172 Sky 144 Virgin 172
HD Freeview 114 Freesat 167 Virgin 217
6.00am Wheeler Dealers 6.20 Wet Nets 6.45
How It?s Made (HD) 8.00 Combat Dealers (HD)
9.00 Salvage Hunters ? Best Buys (HD) 10.00
Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 11.00 How It?s Made:
Dream Cars (HD) 12 noon How It?s Made (HD)
1.00pm Gold Rush (HD) 2.00 Mega Shippers (HD)
3.00 Wheeler Dealers (HD) 4.00 Supertruckers
(HD) 5.00 How Do They Do It? (HD) 6.00 Wheeler
Dealers (AD) (HD) 7.00 Aussie Gold Hunters (HD)
8.00 Salvage Hunters (HD) 9.00 New. Cooper?s
Treasure (AD) (HD) 10.00 Chaos Caught on
Camera (AD) (HD) 10.30 New. Football League
(HD) 12 midnight Wheeler Dealers 1.00am
Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 2.00 Supertruckers
(HD) 3.00 Destroyed in Seconds 4.00 Fantomworks
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Overhaulin? (HD)
Quest +1 F?view 83 (7pm?4am) F?sat 168 Sky 244 Virgin 173
Challenge
Quest +1
46
Freeview 46 Freesat 146 Sky 145 Virgin 139
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Freeview 39 Freesat 137 Sky 148 Virgin 192
9.00am Diagnosis Murder 11.00 The High
Chaparral 1.00pm Bonanza 2.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 3.00 NCIS 5.00 JAG
6.00pm Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 9.00 Scorpion 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles
11.00 Ultimate Force 1.10am Scorpion 2.05 JAG
3.00 The District 3.50 Walker, Texas Ranger
4.40?6.00am Thunder in Paradise
CBS Drama
Yesterday
Freeview 25 Freesat 166 Sky 158 Virgin 281
Freeview 31 Freesat 141 Sky 150 Virgin 154
9.00am Access 9.10 Police Interceptors
11.20 The Virginian: Men from Shiloh
12.55pm FILM They Rode West ???
Western 2.45 FILM The Kentuckian ???
Western adventure 5.00 The A-Team
6.00pm The A-Team 7.00 Police Interceptors
9.00 FILM Snake Eyes ??? Mystery
thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Gary Sinise.
Review p43 11.00 Vikings 6/9 Series 1. An
injured Ragnar has to battle with Earl Haraldson
(AD) (HD) 11.55 Sinkholes: Buried Alive
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Orangutan Jungle School 9.00pm
5 USA
71
6.00am Deal Or No Deal 7.30 Dale?s Supermarket
Sweep 8.00 Wheel of Fortune (AD) 9.00 The
Chase USA (AD) 10.00 Family Fortunes 10.30
Play Your Cards Right 11.00 Who Wants to Be a
Millionaire? 12 noon Wheel of Fortune (AD) 1.00pm
Catchphrase (AD) 2.00 Family Fortunes 3.00 Play
Your Cards Right 3.30 The Chase (AD) 4.30 Deal or
No Deal 6.00 The Cube 7.00 Celebrity Who Wants
to Be a Millionaire? 8.00 The Chase 10.00 Who
Wants to Be a Millionaire? 11.00 Bullseye 1.00am
The Chase 3.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
(AD) 5.00?6.00am The Chase Australia
Challenge +1 Freesat 147 Sky 245 Virgin 180
BBC
Freeview 71 (1-11pm) Freesat 134 Sky 147 Virgin 197
9.00am The High Chaparral 10.00 ER 11.00
Touched by an Angel 12 noon Judge Judy
1.00pm Dynasty 2.00 The Love Boat 3.00
Medium 4.00 Judge Judy 6.00 The Love Boat
7.00 CSI: Miami: Speedle bonds with a forensics
enthusiast 8.00 ER 9.00 Medium 10.00 Dynasty
11.00 The Love Boat 12 midnight Judge Judy
1.00am ER 2.00 Medium 3.00 CSI: Miami 4.00
Touched by an Angel 5.00?6.00am JAG
Parliament
232
Freeview 232 Freesat 201 Sky 504 Virgin 605
6.00am Conservative Party Conference 2018 9.30
Today at Conference 10.00 Live Conservative Party
Conference 2018 12.30pm Conservative Party
Conference 2018 2.00 Live Scottish Parliament
5.15 Conservative Party Conference 2018 9.00 The
Nearly Prime Ministers 9.30 Conservative Party
Conference 2018 12 midnight?6.00am Highlights
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The Last Ship 9.00pm
Television Wednesday
Heading into hostile territory
Sky 1
The Paci?c 9.00pm Sledge
buckles under the pressure
Sky Atlantic
American Housewife 8.00pm
concerned for her kids? safety
Viv organises the pageant
Sky Witness
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Catherine Tate: Nan?s
Christmas Carol 10.40pm
Gold
Sky 106 Virgin 110 HD Virgin 109
Sky 108
Sky 107 Virgin 112 HD Virgin 111
Sky 109 Virgin 125 BT 311 HD Virgin 191 BT 383
Sky 110 BT 310 Virgin 124
6.00am Monkey Business (S) (AD)
7.00 Monkey Life (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 Animal House (S) (AD) 9.00
RSPCA Animal Rescue (S) 10.00
Modern Family (S) (HD) 11.00 Road
Wars (HD) 12 noon Hawaii Five-0
(HD) 2.00pm NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
(HD) 3.00 Road Wars (S) 4.00 The
Flash (S) (HD) 5.00 The Simpsons
(S) (HD) 5.30 Futurama (S) (HD)
6.30pm The Simpsons
Bart runs away from home.
7.00 Bart becomes a daredevil.
7.30 Marge starts a campaign
against a cartoon show. (S) (HD)
8.00 Football?s Funniest
Moments Comical clips. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. The Last Ship 3/10
Series 5. Post-apocalyptic drama
starring Eric Dane. (HD)
10.00 A League of Their Own
5/8 Series 13. With Tracey Neville
and Sir Mo Farah. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Sick of It 1/6. Comedy
drama with Karl Pilkington. (S) (HD)
11.30 2/6. A noisy baby leaves
Karl at the end of his tether. (HD)
12 midnight Football?s Funniest
Moments (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00am NCIS:
Los Angeles (S) (HD) 2.00 Most
Shocking (S) 3.00 Duck Quacks Don?t
Echo (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00 The Flash (S)
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Futurama (S) (HD)
6.00am The Guest Wing (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Fish Town (S) (HD) 8.00 Richard
E Grant?s Hotel Secrets (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The West Wing (S) (HD) 11.00
House (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00pm Without
a Trace (S) (HD) 2.00 Blue Bloods (S)
(AD) (HD) 3.00 The West Wing (S) (HD)
5.00pm House 24/24 Series 3. A
Cuban man and his sick wife make
the risky journey to the US. (S) (HD)
6.00 1/16 Series 4. The medic
struggles without his team. (S) (HD)
7.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 5/17 Series 8. An
actor is killed on a ?lm set. (HD)
8.00 Blue Bloods 11/22 Series 8
Danny and Baez search for a
missing journalist. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Paci?c 7/10. The
ongoing con?ict on Peleliu takes
its toll on Sledge. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.05 8/10. A restless Basilone
trains new recruits. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.20 Flight of the Conchords
3/10 Series 2. Bret forms a gang
to protect himself. (S) (HD)
11.55 4/10. Bret and Jemaine
insult Murray?s best friend. (S) (HD)
12.30am Ballers (S) (HD) 1.05 New
Succession 10/10. See choice, p102
Repeated tomorrow 9pm (S) (HD)
3.30 Insecure (S) (HD) 4.05?
6.00am The West Wing (S) (HD)
6.00am Motorway Patrol (S) (HD)
7.00 Border Security: Canada?s
Front Line (S) (AD) 8.00 CSI: Crime
Scene Investigation (S) (HD) 9.00
Criminal Minds (S) (HD) 10.00
Elementary (S) (AD) (HD) 11.00 Air
Rescue (S) (HD) 11.30 The Real A&E
(S) (AD) (HD) 12 noon Police Force:
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2.00 Highway Patrol (S) (HD) 3.00
Motorway Patrol (S) (HD) 4.00 Border
Security: Canada?s Front Line (S)
(AD) 5.00 UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 New. My Kitchen Rules
South Africa Culinary contest. (HD)
8.00 Criminal Minds 24/26
Series 4. A deadly new strain of
anthrax is released in a park. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. 9-1-1 8/10. Three
people discover that what goes
around comes around. (HD)
10.00 Murders That Shocked the
Nation Fred Dinenage delves into
the case of Mary Bell. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Elementary (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
1.00am World?s Most Evil Killers:
Pawel Tuchlin (S) (HD) 2.00 Instinct
(HD) 3.00 Grey?s Anatomy (HD)
4.00 Air Rescue (S) (HD) 4.30 The
Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD) 5.00?6.00am
UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.20am Extreme Makeover:
Home Edition (S) 7.00 My Dream
Home (S) (HD) 8.00 Tipping Point
(S) (HD) 10.00 The Bill (S) 11.00
Supernanny US (S) 12 noon Tipping
Point (S) (HD) 1.00pm MasterChef
Australia (HD) 2.00 Extreme
Makeover: Home Edition (S) 3.00
My Dream Home (S) (HD) 5.00
Tipping Point (S) (HD)
7.00pm New. MasterChef
Australia Today?s Immunity
Challenge features a Taste Test. (HD)
8.00 New. American Housewife
Viv forces Katie into helping out
with the school pageant. (HD)
8.30 New. 10/23. Anna-Kat?s
new friend turns out to be a
budding kleptomaniac. (HD)
9.00 One Born Every Minute
A Venezuelan mother-to-be and
her Lithuanian husband. (S)
10.00 New. The Ultimate
Matchmaker 8/8. A former rugby
player meets potential matches. (HD)
11.00 Gavin & Stacey The
newlyweds lead separate lives. (S) (AD)
11.40 Nessa goes into labour
a month early. (S) (AD)
12.20am Educating Essex: two cases
of bullying (S) (AD) 1.20 Honey I Bought
the House (S) (HD) 2.10?3.00am
Beauty and the Beast (AD) (HD)
7.30am The Tommy Cooper Hour
8.05 The Piglet Files 8.40 Ever
Decreasing Circles (S) 9.20 Last of
the Summer Wine (S) 11.20 Are You
Being Served? (S) 12 noon Hi-de-Hi!
(S) 12.40pm Ever Decreasing
Circles (S) 1.20 dinnerladies (S) (AD)
2.00 Only Fools and Horses (S) (AD)
2.40 Last of the Summer Wine (S)
4.40 Are You Being Served? (S)
5.20 Hi-de-Hi! (S)
6.00pm dinnerladies (S) (AD)
6.40 Only Fools and Horses
The Trotters are caught up in an
attempted robbery. (S) (AD)
7.20 Dad?s Army Double bill. (S)
8.40 The Good Life Tom and
Barbara enjoy celebrity status. (S) (AD)
9.20 Tom takes the law into his
own hands. (S) (AD)
10.00 Harry En?eld and Chums
The Terminator invades a period
drama. (S) (AD)
10.40 Catherine Tate: Nan?s
Christmas Carol The OAP stars
in her own festive special.
11.20 Bottom (S) (AD)
12 midnight French and Saunders
(S) 1.10am Harry En?eld and
Chums (S) (AD) 1.50 as 10.40pm
2.25 The Tommy Cooper Hour
3.10?4.00am Bottom (S) (AD)
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Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
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Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
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6.00am Darbar Festival 2016 (HD)
7.00 Manon (HD) 9.00 Auction
(HD) 10.00 Tales of the Unexpected
(HD) 10.30 National Trust: National
Treasures (S) (AD) (HD) 11.45
Hollywood: Singing and Dancing (S)
(AD) 1.00pm Discovering: James
Cagney (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 The
Adventurers of Modern Art (S) (HD)
3.00 Tales of the Unexpected (HD)
3.30 National Trust: National
Treasures (S) (AD) (HD) 4.45
Hollywood: Singing and Dancing (S) (AD)
6.00pm Discovering: John Wayne
A pro?le of the actor. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Billy Wilder: Nobody?s
Perfect A pro?le of the Oscarwinning writer and director. (S) (HD)
8.00 Elvis: the Final Hours
Exploring the highs and lows of
Elvis Presley?s life. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. The History of
Comedy How comedians and
writers have found creative ways to
abide by network censors? rules.
10.00 The Outcast Comic The
inside story of how stand-up
Andrew Lawrence outraged the
comedy world. (S) (HD)
11.00 The Zen Diaries of Garry
Shandling An intimate portrait of
the iconic American comedian
Garry Shandling. (S) (HD)
1.15am The History of Comedy
2.15 Deep Purple with Orchestra:
Live at Montreux 2011 (HD) 4.30
Tales of the Unexpected (HD)
5.00?6.00am Auction (HD)
6.00am Relic Hunter (S) 7.00
Supergirl (S) 8.00 The Flash (S)
9.00 60-Minute Makeover 10.00
The Biggest Loser: Australia (S)
11.00 My Kitchen Rules South
Africa 12 noon Animal House (S)
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2.00 Relic Hunter (S) 3.00
Stargate SG-1 (S) 5.00 Supergirl (S)
6.00pm The Flash 10/23 Series 3
Barry grows tormented by his
vision of Iris?s death. (S)
7.00 A Town Called Eureka
6/20 Series 4. The Arti?cial
Intelligence at Global Dynamics
threatens to turn deadly. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 4/24
Series 7. Callen and Sam are
menaced by a terrorist who
threatens the lives of many
innocent people unless they
agree to do as he says. (S)
9.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World
1/6 Series 3. The actor exposes
stories of crime and hardship,
beginning with sex traf?cking in
India, where young girls are taken
from their families and forced
into prostitution. (S) (AD)
10.00 Road Wars Police of?cers
combat vehicle crime. (S)
11.00 A surprise discovery is
made on the M5. (S)
12 midnight S.W.A.T.: Jim is in the
spotlight 1.00am The Last Ship
2.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World
(S) (AD) 3.00 Most Shocking (S)
4.00 Strike Back: Shadow Warfare
(S) 5.00?6.00am Relic Hunter (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 Merlin 1.00pm
Stitchers 2.00 FILM Martian Land
?? Sci-? disaster movie with Alan
Pietruszewski 4.00 Merlin: double
bill. Morgana returns to Camelot, then
a battle breaks out at the citadel
6.00pm Star Trek: the Next
Generation 19/26 Series 1
When the Enterprise and her crew
are thoroughly evaluated, Picard?s
competence is called into question.
Meanwhile, Wesley takes the
Star?eet Academy entrance exam.
7.00 20/26. Worf has his
loyalties tested when the
Enterprise rescues two Klingons
who try to take over the ship.
8.00 Stitchers 2/10 Series 3
The team investigates the case of
a young woman found dead in her
wealthy boyfriend?s pool. Camille
is intrigued by a medical examiner
who likes to meet in unusual places.
9.00 D閖� Vu ???
Sci-? action thriller starring
Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer
and Paula Patton. Agent Doug
Carlin is called in to investigate
after an explosion rips through a
packed New Orleans ferry.
11.30 Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead
??? Horror comedy sequel
starring Vegar Hoel.
Norwegian, English +subtitles.
1.50am Merlin 4.00?6.00am
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Say Yes to the Dress (HD)
7.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD)
8.00 Cake Boss (HD) 9.00 Little
People, Big World (HD) 11.00 My Four
Wives (HD) 1.00pm 90 Day Fianc� (HD)
2.00 Outdaughtered: Busby Quints
(HD) 3.00 Curvy Brides (HD) 4.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids (HD)
5.00 Say Yes to the Dress (HD) 6.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 7.00
Say Yes to the Dress: UK (HD) 8.00
New. 90 Day Fianc� before the 90
Days (HD) 10.00 Olivia and Alex Said
Yes (AD) (HD) 11.00 Gypsy Brides US
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Before the 90 Days (HD) 2.00am Olivia
and Alex Said Yes (AD) (HD) 3.00 as 3pm
4.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Cake Boss (HD)
8.00am My Wife and Kids (S) (HD) 9.00
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S) 10.00 Scrubs
(S) 11.00 Friends (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00pm
Gilmore Girls (HD) 2.00 Friends (S) (AD)
(HD) 4.00 Impractical Jokers (S) (HD)
5.00 Fresh Off the Boat (S) (HD) 6.00
Friends (S) (AD) (HD) 8.00 New series.
Your Face or Mine (HD) 8.30 Impractical
Jokers (HD) 9.00 Romesh Ranganathan:
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Battle (HD) 10.30 Your Face or Mine (HD)
11.00 New. RuPaul?s Drag Race (HD)
12 midnight New. RuPaul?s Drag Race:
Untucked! (HD) 12.30am Impractical
Jokers (S) (HD) 1.00 Roast Battle (HD)
1.30 South Park (S) (HD) 2.30 Fresh Prince
of Bel-Air (S) 3.25 The Cleveland Show (S)
(HD) 3.50 New. Daily Show (HD) 4.15?
5.00am Malcolm in the Middle (S) (HD)
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Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
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Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 8.00
Hardcore Pawn (HD) 9.00 Property
Brothers (HD) 10.00 Masters of Flip
(HD) 11.00 Judge Judy (HD)
1.00pm Hardcore Pawn (HD) 2.00
Vanderpump Rules (HD) 3.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey
(HD) 4.00 Dance Moms (HD) 5.00
I Can Make You a Supermodel (HD)
7.00 Judge Judy (HD) 9.00 New.
Little Women: LA (HD) 10.00 Glam
Masters (HD) 11.00 Hardcore Pawn
7.00am Fatal Vows 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 11.00 Fear Thy Neighbour
12 noon Fatal Vows 1.00pm
Snapped 3.00 Hustle 4.00 The
Glades 5.00 Person of Interest
6.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 8.00 Hustle: Sean
lands in hot water when he tries to
help a friend of Ash 9.00 Person
of Interest: the Machine helps Root
try to escape from the psychiatric
hospital 10.00 Bizarre Murders
10.30 Deadly Women
(HD) 12 midnight Little Women: LA
(HD) 1.00am My Crazy Ex (HD) 2.00
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
(HD) 3.00?4.00am Dance Moms (HD)
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
12.30am Killer Kids 1.30 Bizarre
Murders 2.00 Fatal Vows
3.00?4.00am 48 Hours: Mystery
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Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit 9.00pm A horri?c attack
Alibi
Bull 10.00pm Derrick needs
the jury consultant?s help
Fox
Street Outlaws 9.00pm
Reaper faces a new opponent
Discovery
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am Sea Patrol 9.00 Law &
Order 2.00pm CSI: Miami 5.00 NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 11/23 Series 1
A satellite technician?s voyeuristic
activities lead him to witness the
murder of a navy commander.
7.00 13/23. A sniper is targeting
marine recruiters and picking
them off one by one ? and the
squad?s only clue is a white feather.
8.00 14/23. When three
execution-style killings take place,
the team discovers that one of the
victims, an aviator, was going
through a divorce. Will his widow?s
cast-iron alibi hold ?rm?
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 11/23 Series 3
The team investigates the case of
a woman whose unborn child
was cut from her body.
10.00 12/23. The duo try to track
down a mother who abandoned
her six-year-old son, but ?nd she
may also be in danger.
11.00 13/23. Benson and Stabler
are asked to identify an animal
rights activist found decapitated in
a park ? and it transpires there were
two potential killers in the vicinity.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit: double bill 2.00am
Law & Order 3.00 Sea Patrol
4.00?5.00am Numb3rs
7.10am Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S)
8.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder Mysteries
(S) (HD) 9.00 Murdoch Mysteries (S)
10.00 The Guardian (HD) 11.00
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S) 12 noon
Castle (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00pm Father
Brown (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 The Coroner
(S) (AD) 3.00 Murdoch Mysteries (S)
(HD) 4.00 Rosewood (S) (HD)
5.00 Rizzoli & Isles (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00pm The Coroner 2/10 Series 1
A body washes ashore. (S) (AD)
8.00 Father Brown 7/10 Series 1
The priest joins the search for a
girl who is believed to be
radioactive. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Coroner 7/10 Series 1
Lighthaven is stunned when a
teenage girl appears to return
from the dead. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries 13/13 Series 1. Phryne
faces an Egyptian cult when she
investigates the murder of an
antiques dealer, and moves closer
to solving the mystery regarding
her sister. (S) (HD)
11.00 Rosewood 5/22 Series 1
Villa and Rosewood seek justice
for a murder victim. (S)
12 midnight Rizzoli & Isles: double
bill (S) (AD) (HD) 2.10?4.00am
Judge John Deed (S) (AD)
8.00am Leverage (HD) 9.00 Bull
(HD) 11.00 The Mentalist (HD)
1.00pm NCIS (S) (HD) 3.00 Bull
(HD) 4.00 Monk (HD) 5.00 The
Mentalist: double bill (HD)
7.00pm NCIS 10/24 Series 12
McGee and Abby hunt cyberterrorists responsible for a
city-wide internet outage. (S) (HD)
8.00 11/24. The team investigates
a series of copycat killings. (S) (HD)
9.00 NCIS: New Orleans 11/24
Series 4. After an armed robbery
and high-speed chase is connected
to an undercover ATF operation,
Percy reconnects with her former
ATF partner, Jake Roman. (HD)
10.00 Bull 16/22 Series 2. The
jury consultant seizes upon the
opportunity to get a new trial for
an old client, when doubt is cast
upon evidence that helped convict
him of murder 14 years earlier. (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 7. Meg
becomes deeply religious and tries
to convert Brian from atheism.
11.30 Brian campaigns to legalise
cannabis after he?s arrested.
12 midnight American Dad!
1.00am Family Guy 2.00 Science
of Stupid (HD) 2.30 American Dad!
3.00 Family Guy: double bill
4.00?5.00am American Dad!
6.00am How It?s Made 7.00
Outback Truckers (HD) 8.00
Wheeler Dealers (HD) 11.00 Fast ?n?
Loud (HD) 12 noon Close
Encounters (HD) 1.00pm Edge of
Alaska (HD) 2.00 Alaska: the Last
Frontier (HD) 3.00 Mighty Ships
(HD) 4.00 Gold Divers (HD) 5.00
Gold Rush: a solar eclipse (HD)
6.00pm Fast ?n? Loud Aaron
makes a bet with Richard. (HD)
7.00 Outback Truckers Sludge
takes on foreign roads and
strange loads in New Zealand. (HD)
8.00 New. Tanked Nascar driver
Kurt Busch and his wife want
an aquarium based on their
wedding location. (HD)
9.00 Street Outlaws Reaper
faces an unexpected contender. (HD)
10.00 New. Diesel Brothers The
mechanics of DieselSellers restore
used or broken-down trucks. (HD)
11.00 How It?s Made The making
of slate tiles and hot dog carts.
11.30 Racing leathers.
12 midnight Frozen shrimp. (HD)
12.30am Gold Rush (HD) 2.00
Diesel Brothers (HD) 3.00 Street
Outlaws (HD) 3.50 Fast ?n? Loud
Revved Up (AD) (HD) 4.40 Wheeler
Dealers (AD) (HD) 5.30?6.00am
How It?s Made (HD)
Universal TV +1 Sky 213 Virgin 138
Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
PBS America
94
F?view (HD only) 94 F?sat 155 Sky 160 Virgin 276
8.00am Jazz 9.15 Day of Days:
June 6, 1944 ? American Soldiers
Remember D-Day 10.30 Forced
March to Freedom 12 noon
Decoding the Weather Machine
1.15pm Jazz 2.35 Day of Days:
June 6, 1944 ? American Soldiers
Remember D-Day 3.55 Forced
March to Freedom 5.30 Decoding
the Weather Machine
6.35pm Jazz Pro?ling the great
bandleaders of the swing era,
including an account of a grand
showdown between Benny
Goodman and Chick Webb in
Harlem?s Savoy Ballroom in 1937.
7.55 The Scots Who Fought
Franco 1/2. Exploring the role
Scots played in the Spanish Civil
War, using archive interviews to
tell the stories of those who
fought between 1936 and 1939.
9.00 Memories of D-Day The
images and recollections of veteran
photographer Peter Norris, and
discovering D-Day through the
eyes of British soldiers as
photographed at the scene.
10.10 Doolittle?s Raiders: a
Final Toast The surviving
veterans of a Second World War
bombing mission get together
to commemorate their April 1942
raid on Japan.
11.20 The Scots Who Fought
Franco As 7.55pm.
12.20am Memories of D-Day
1.30?2.00am Space Mistakes: How
Nasa Failures Furthered Exploration
Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Aircraft Stories 7.00 Rory
McGrath?s Best of British Engineering
9.00 Top Tens 10.00 Cold War
Armageddon 12 noon Aircraft
Stories 1.00pm Chris Barrie?s
Massive Machines 3.00 Top Tens
4.00 Cold War Armageddon
6.00pm World War II in Colour
How Britain remained de?ant
after the retreat from Dunkirk.
7.00 Killer Tanks The fast and
agile Cromwell tank and its telling
design modi?cations.
8.00 Treasure Quest The
Odyssey Explorer crew ?nd a
ship?s bell while searching for the
wreck of the Merchant Royal,
and forensic examination is used
to try to identify its origins.
9.00 HMS Ark Royal Days into
the mission, the ship?s crew is
ordered to rescue stranded British
passengers in need of a lift home
after the travel chaos caused by
the 2010 volcanic ash cloud. (AD)
10.00 The Case of OJ Simpson
The forensic evidence surrounding
the murders of Nicole Brown
Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
11.00 World War II in Colour
How Britain remained de?ant
after the retreat from Dunkirk.
12 midnight The World?s Strangest
UFO Stories 1.00am Treasure
Quest 2.00 Cold War Armageddon
4.00 Top Tens 5.00?6.00am
World War II in Colour
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
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Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am American Pickers (HD)
7.00 The Curse of Oak Island (HD)
8.00 Pawn Stars (HD) 9.00
Ancient Aliens (HD) 10.00 WW2
Treasure Hunters (HD) 11.00 Forged
in Fire (HD) 12 noon Mountain Men
(HD) 1.00pm Pawn Stars (HD)
2.00 American Pickers (HD) 4.00
Storage Wars (HD) 6.00 Forged in
Fire (HD) 7.00 American Pickers
(HD) 8.00 The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 9.00 New. Mountain Men (HD)
10.00 New. Alone (HD) 11.00 Ancient
Aliens (HD) 12 midnight Forged in Fire
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Strippers: Cars for Cash (S)
(AD) (HD) 9.00 Car SOS (HD) 10.00
Extreme Mechanics Alaska (HD)
11.00 Filthy Riches (HD) 12 noon
Yukon Gold (HD) 1.00pm Ultimate
Airport Dubai (HD) 2.00 Banged
Up Abroad (HD) 3.00 Air Crash
Investigation (HD) 5.00 Wicked
Tuna (HD) 6.00 Highway thru Hell
(HD) 7.00 Car SOS (HD) 8.00 Gold
Diggers (HD) 9.00 Mine Kings (HD)
10.00 Yukon Gold (HD) 11.00 Nazi
Megastructures (HD)
(HD) 1.00am The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 2.00 Homicide Hunter (HD) 3.00
Ancient Aliens (HD) 4.00 Forged in Fire
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Storage Wars (HD)
12 midnight War Heroes of the Skies
(HD) 1.00am Hitler?s Death Army: Das
Reich (HD) 2.00 Banged Up Abroad
(HD) 3.00 Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
4.00?5.00am Yukon Gold (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Animal Planet
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
6.00am Treehouse Masters: out on a
Limb (HD) 7.00 as 3pm 8.00 Dr Jeff
(HD) 9.00 Tanked (HD) 10.00 as 6am
11.00 Animal Cops Houston (HD) 12 noon
Wildest Indochina (HD) 1.00pm Alaska:
the Last Frontier (AD) (HD) 2.00
Animal Cops Houston (HD) 3.00 Pit
Bulls and Parolees (HD) 4.00 Tanked
(HD) 5.00 Treehouse Masters: out on a
Limb (HD) 6.00 Dr Jeff (HD) 7.00 Wildest
Arctic (HD) 8.00 Alaska: the Last Frontier
(HD) 9.00 Monsters inside Me (HD)
10.00 Animal Cops Houston (HD) 11.00
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 12 midnight
Monsters inside Me (HD) 1.00am Animal
Cops Houston (HD) 2.00 Wildest Arctic
(HD) 3.00 Dodo Heroes (HD) 3.50
Monsters inside Me (HD) 4.40 E-Vets:
the Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Travel
Eden
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
9.00am Dog?s Best Friend (S) 10.00
Animal Babies 11.00 Madagascar
(S) (AD) 12 noon as 7pm 1.00pm
Dog?s Best Friend (S) 2.00 Animal
Babies 3.00 The Brain with David
Eagleman (S) (AD) 4.00 Dog?s Best
Friend (S) 5.00 Animal Babies
6.00pm Madagascar (S) (AD) 7.00
Countdown to Life: the Extraordinary
Making of You (S) (AD) 8.00 The Brain
with David Eagleman (S) (AD) 9.00
Polar Bear Town (S) 10.00
Madagascar (S) (AD) 11.00 as 7pm
12 midnight Polar Bear Town (S) 1.00am
as 8pm 2.00 as 4pm 3.00 as 5pm
3.50 as 10pm 4.40 as 8pm
5.30?6.00am Dog?s Best Friend
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special 6.20 Baby
Jake 6.30 Yakka Dee! 6.35 Twirlywoos
6.45 Raa Raa 7.00 Postman Pat 7.15
Bing 7.25 Tee and Mo 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.45 Peter Rabbit 8.00 Go Jetters
8.10 Octonauts 8.20 Biggleton 8.35
Justin?s House 9.00 Olobob Top 9.05
Pablo 9.15 New. Numberblocks 9.20
Kit & Pup 9.25 Bing 9.35 Twirlywoos
9.45 Something Special 10.05 New.
Teletubbies 10.20 Patchwork Pals
10.25 Alphablocks 10.30 Let?s Play
10.50 Mister Maker around the World
11.10 Get Well Soon 11.25 My Pet and
Me 11.40 Show Me Show Me
12 noon My World Kitchen 12.15pm Old
Jack?s Boat 12.30 Nelly & Nora 12.35
Tee and Mo 12.45 Melody 1.00 Olobob
Top 1.05 Pablo 1.15 Numberblocks 1.20
Kit & Pup 1.25 Bing 1.35 Twirlywoos 1.45
Something Special 2.05 Teletubbies
2.20 Patchwork Pals 2.25 Alphablocks
2.30 Let?s Play 2.50 Kazoops 2.55 Our
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3.50 Hey Duggee 4.00 School of Roars
4.05 Messy Goes to OKIDO 4.20
Peter Rabbit 4.30 Do You Know? 4.45
Bitz & Bob 5.00 Kazoops 5.10 Go
Jetters 5.25 Apple Tree House 5.40
Topsy and Tim 5.50 Sarah & Duck
6.00pm Clangers 6.10 The
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CBeebies Bedtime Stories
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Luo Bao Bei 6.35 The Secret Life of
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See page 93 6.45 Noddy: Toyland
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Floogals 8.40 Shimmer and Shine
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Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.20 Sketchy Comedy 7.25
Danger Mouse 7.40 Newsround 7.45
Odd Squad 8.00 Class Dismissed 8.15
Newsround 8.25 Marrying Mum and
Dad 8.50 Art Ninja 9.20 So Awkward
1.10pm The Dumping Ground Survival
Files 1.40 Jamie Johnson 2.10
Marrying Mum and Dad 2.35 The
Next Step 3.00 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 3.10 OOglies Funsize 3.15
Now You See It 3.25 Strange Hill High
3.50 Horrible Histories: Gory Games
4.20 Newsround 4.25 Lifebabble
4.35 Hank Zipzer: double bill. Comedy
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6.00pm New. Danger Mouse: revival
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adventures of a crimebusting rodent
6.15 The Deep 6.35 Zig and Zag 6.50
Scream Street 7.00 Horrible Histories
7.30 The Pets Factor 7.50 New. Nine
Minute Ninja 8.00 4 o?Clock Club
8.30?9.00pm Hank Zipzer
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Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Looped 6.25 The Bagel and
Becky Show 6.55 Tom and Jerry 7.50
Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man vs The
Sinister 6 8.20 Fangbone 8.50 Nerds
& Monsters 9.20 Mission Employable
9.25 Signed Stories 9.30 Wishfart 10.00
Dino Dana 10.30 The Bagel and Becky
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11.45 Mr Bean: the Animated Series
12.15pm Horrid Henry 12.45 Fort
Boyard Ultimate Challenge 1.45 Drop
Dead Weird 2.15 Super 4 2.45 Dino
Dana 3.10 The Bagel and Becky Show
3.25 Wishfart 4.00 The Powerpuff
Girls 5.00 Spy School 5.30 NinjaGo
6.00pm Pok閙on: Sun and Moon 6.25
Max Steel 6.55 Mr Bean: the Animated
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Well-cast western. Glenn Ford, Barbara Stanwyck,
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6.00am Night Owls ???
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Crime thriller. Mark Wahlberg (2017, 15)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
6.35am As 5.10pm 8.35 The Girl
with All the Gifts ???? Thriller.
Glenn Close interview, p36. (2016, 15)
10.35 As 7.10pm 12.35pm As 9pm
2.55 Live by Night ??? Period
crime drama. Ben Af?eck (2016, 15) 5.10
Thor: the Dark World ????
Action adventure. Chris Hemsworth (2013, 12)
8.00pm Insidious: the Last
Key ??? Gritty ghost story that
brings the fear franchise full
circle. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
9.50 i Beauty and the Beast
?? French retread that?s faithful
to the original fairy tale but brings
little new to the table. Vincent Cassel,
7.10pm Dunkirk 5 Utterly
immersive wartime epic that
unfolds on land, sea and in the air.
Edward G Robinson, Dianne Foster, Brian Keith (1955, PG) (S)
Television Wednesday
2.45 Arrowhead ?? Charlton Heston and
Jack Palance light up this western. (1953, U) (S)
4.55 Carry On Nurse ??? Typically saucy
comedy. Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey (1959, PG) (AD)
6.40pm Regarding Henry ???
Emotional drama. Film of the day, p43.
Harrison Ford, Annette Bening (1991, 15) (S) (AD)
8.50 Star Trek into Darkness
Interview Special (S)
9.00 Star Trek into Darkness ????
Epic sci-? sequel from JJ Abrams. Chris
Pine, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch (2013, 12) (S) (AD)
Happy birthday, Clive!
To mark the 54th birthday of suave, Coventry-born Clive
Owen, Sky Thriller has ?ve of his movies showing back-toback. In The Bourne Identity, he plays a hitman assigned to
bump off Matt Damon; Children of Men (pictured) casts him
as a post-pandemic activist; in Spike Lee?s Inside Man, he
masterminds a heist; The International sees him play an
Interpol agent; and in the Sky-?nanced Anon he?s a cop in a
post-privacy future. Though action-packed, this birthday
blowout allows Owen?s roguish charm to shine through, as it
did in ITV?s Chancer back in the early 1990s. ANDREW COLLINS
11.35 Resident Evil: Extinction ??
Third instalment of the sci-? action horror
franchise. Milla Jovovich, Oded Fehr, Ali Larter (2007, 15) (S)
1.25?3.20am Underworld: Rise of the
Lycans ??? Atmospheric horror prequel.
Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Rhona Mitra (2009, 18) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am My Neighbor?s Keeper ??
Thriller. Laura Harring (2007) 10.55 The Terrorist
Next Door ?? Drama. (2008) 1.00pm See
No Evil, Hear No Evil ? Comedy. Gene Wilder
(1989, 15) 3.05 Georgia O?Keeffe ?? Biopic.
Joan Allen (2009) 4.50 Catch and Release ??
Romantic comedy drama. Jennifer Garner (2007, 12)
7.05pm Daddy Day Care ?? Amiable
comedy. Eddie Murphy, Jeff Garlin, Steve Zahn (2003, PG)
9.00 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
???? Crime thriller. Daniel Craig (2011, 18)
12.10am The Killer inside Me ?? Crime
thriller. (2010, 18) 2.25 Halo 4: Forward unto
Dawn 4.10?6.00am Saints and Soldiers:
Battle of the Tanks ?? Drama. (2014, 12)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
Showing first on Netlix
p Operation Finale 111 Net?ix
Oscar Isaac stars here as a Mossad agent who heads to
Argentina to capture former Nazi Adolf Eichmann (Ben
Kingsley), one of the architects of the Final Solution. The
gravity of the story is lost as the plot descends into a
straightforward heist movie, but the scenes where Isaac
and Kingsley are given space to debate Eichmann?s crimes
give the ?lm some intrigue. Isaac simmers as a man driven
by personal revenge, whereas Kingsley is staggeringly
good as a man justifying the unthinkable. JAMES LUXFORD
Man on the run
The 39 Steps 5
BBC iPlayer
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Robert Donat is dragged
into a conspiracy after an
outing to a London music
hall in this Alfred Hitchcock
classic, which is available
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The chemistry between
Donat and Madeleine
Carroll is a rare treat ?
particularly when they are
forced to share a room
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Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Machine Gun Kelly ??? Biopic.
Charles Bronson (1958, 12) 7.40 On Dangerous
Ground ?? Crime drama (1951) 9.15 Second
Chance ??? Crime drama. Robert Mitchum (1953)
10.50 A Bullet for the General ???
Western. Gian Maria Volont� (1966, 15) 1.05pm
Django the Last Killer ??? Spaghetti
western. George Eastman (1967) 2.55 The Avengers
3.55 The Blitz on Hamburg 5.10 The
Hawker Hurricane 5.55 The Battle of Britain
7.05pm The Great Train Robbery Drama
mini-series starring Jim Broadbent.
9.00 Belly of the Beast ?? Action
drama. Steven Seagal, Byron Mann, Monica Lo (2003, 15)
10.55 Machete ??? Action crime thriller.
Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro (2010, 18)
1.00am Saints and Soldiers ?? Second
World War action drama. Corbin Allred (2003, 15)
2.50?4.00am US Forces in Action
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
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Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am It?s a Wonderful World ? (1956, U)
7.45 Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans (S)
8.15 Two on the Tiles ?? (1951, PG) 9.45
Helpmates 10.10 Love Me Tender ???
(1956, PG) 11.55 Gasbags ??? Comedy. (1940, PG)
1.30pm Esther Waters ?? Melodrama. (1948, U)
3.40 Three Men in a Boat ????
Comedy. Laurence Harvey (1956, U) 5.30 Turn of Fate
6.10pm Port Afrique ?? Morocco-set
murder mystery. Pier Angeli, Phil Carey (1956)
8.00 Gideon?s Way Police crime drama.
9.00 The Man Inside ??? Crime drama.
L閍 Seydoux, Andr� Dussollier, Eduardo Noriega (2014)
11.50 Battle of the Sexes ???
Fine drama. Choice, p70. Emma
Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough (2017, 12)
2.00am Lowlife ??? Violent
crime comedy. Mark Burnham (2017, 18)
3.50 Social Animals As 4.15pm
5.30 Final Score Special
Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh (2017, 12)
9.00 It ???? Suspenseful
adaptation of Stephen King?s novel
about kids being terrorised by an
evil clown. Jaeden Lieberher (2017, 15)
11.20 Call Me by Your Name
???? Sensual coming-of-age
drama about a boy who falls for
an older man. Armie Hammer (2017, 15)
1.40am Rambo ?? Action drama.
Sylvester Stallone, Julie Benz (2007, 18) 3.25
Manhattan Night ?? Crime
drama. Adrien Brody (2016, 15) 5.30 The
Trans?guration ?? Eric Ruf?n (2016, 15)
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
Greats
Action
Nicole Kidman, Thomas Gibson, Robert Prosky (1992, 15)
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am All about the Money
??? Comedy adventure. Eddie Grif?n
(2017, 15) 7.35 As 3.50pm 9.30 As
5.45pm 11.45 As 8pm 2.00pm As
10.15pm 3.50 The Mummy ??
Action horror in which Tom Cruise?s
soldier of fortune comes up against
an ancient evil. So?a Boutella (2017, 15)
5.50pm The Sum of All Fears
??? Action thriller in which CIA
analyst Jack Ryan sets out to stop
a terrorist attack. Ben Af?eck (2002, 12)
8.00 Kingdom of Heaven
???? A blacksmith joins the
Crusades in this exciting historical
epic. Orlando Bloom, Eva Green (2005, 15)
10.30 Avatar ??? Stunning
sci-? fantasy in which a paraplegic
US Marine is tasked with in?ltrating
an alien culture. Sam Worthington (2009, 12)
5.45pm The Perfect Storm
??? George Clooney braves bad
waters in this truly tempestuous
drama. Mark Wahlberg, Diane Lane (2000, 15)
8.00 White House Down ???
Enjoyably brainless thriller in
which terrorists storm the White
House. Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx (2013, 12)
10.15 Final Score ?? An
ex-soldier uses his military skills
to stop a group of terrorists in this
busy action thriller. Dave Bautista (2018, 15)
1.15am Boys Don?t Cry ???
True-story drama. Hilary Swank, Peter
Sarsgaard (1999, 18) 3.25 Fantastic
Beasts Special 3.55 As 6am
12.15am Death Warrant ???
Action yarn. Jean-Claude Van Damme (1990, 18)
1.50 As 6am 3.25 In a Valley of
Violence ??? Western. Ethan Hawke
(2016, 15) 5.15 Sky Cinema Preview
Sky 303 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.00am The Sons of Katie Elder
???? Western. John Wayne, Dean Martin,
Michael Anderson Jr (1965, U) 8.05 As
5.50pm 10.10 As 8pm 12.40pm
As 10.30pm 3.25 Far and Away
?? Glossy but stereotypical
romantic period adventure. Tom Cruise,
Comedy
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.45am Any Which Way You
Can ??? Comedy. (1980, 15) 8.45
Look Who?s Talking ??? Comedy.
(1989, 12) 10.30 How to Be a Latin
Lover ?? Comedy drama. Eugenio
Derbez (2017, 12) 12.35pm As 8pm 2.15
As 9.40pm 4.15 Blue Streak ???
Crime comedy. Martin Lawrence (1999, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.00am Hijacked ?? (2017, 15) 7.40
Phone Booth ??? (2002, 15) 9.05
Hitman ?? (2007, 15) 10.45 The
Bourne Identity ???? (2002, 12)
12.55pm Children of Men ????
Choice, left. Clive Owen (2006, 15) 2.50
Inside Man ???? (2006, 15) 5.05
The International ?? (2009, 15)
6.00pm You Don?t Mess with
the Zohan ?? Heavy-handed
comedy. Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider (2008, 12)
8.00 Jack and Jill ? Comedy
with Adam Sandler in dual roles.
7.05pm Anon ??? Clive Owen
plays a world-weary detective in
this moody sci-? thriller. Amanda
Al Pacino, Katie Holmes, Elodie Tougne (2011, PG)
9.40 Why Him? ??? Bryan
Cranston stars in this foul-mouthed
but funny comedy. James Franco (2016, 15)
11.40 Pineapple Express ???
Fast-paced crime comedy from the
makers of Superbad. Seth Rogen (2008, 18)
Seyfried, Colm Feore, Sonya Walger (2018, 15)
9.00 The Snowman ?? Michael
Fassbender plays investigator
Harry Hole in this lacklustre
adaptation of Jo Nesbo?s crime
novel. Rebecca Ferguson (2017, 15)
11.05 The Juror ?? Menacing
mobster Alec Baldwin puts the
wind up juror Demi Moore. (1996, 18)
Jack Palance, Anita Ekberg, Nigel Patrick (1958) (S)
10.45 The Running Man ???? Drama.
Review, p43. Laurence Harvey, Lee Remick, Alan Bates (1963)
12.50am I Am a Camera ?? Comedy
drama. Julie Harris (1955, 12) 2.50 Crosstrap ??
Crime drama. (1961) 4.00 The Big Valley
5.00?6.00am Skid Kids ?? Drama. (1953, U)
1.40am The Little Hours ???
Comedy. Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Dave Franco
(2017, 15) 3.20 The Escorts ??
Comedy. Jason Biggs (2016, 15) 5.00 That
Touch of Mink ??? Romantic
comedy. Cary Grant, Doris Day (1962, U)
1.15am Wild Things ??? Thriller.
Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell (1998, 18)
3.25 As 6am 5.05 Deep Family
Secrets ??? Thriller based on a
true story. Richard Crenna (1997)
Key (S) Subtitles (SL) Signing (AD) Audio description
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Disney
Family
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.35am As 3.10pm 8.10 As 4.45pm
9.45 Dr Seuss? Horton Hears a
Who! ???? Animation. (2008, U)
11.15 As 6.20pm 12.55pm As 8pm
3.10 Rock Dog ??? Animated
adventure. Luke Wilson (2016, PG) 4.45
Surf?s Up ??? Animated action
comedy. Shia LaBeouf, Jeff Bridges (2007, PG)
6.30pm The Little Mermaid
5 A mermaid is forced to
make a Faustian pact with a sea
witch. Jodi Benson, Ren� Auberjonois (1989, U)
8.00 Bedknobs and
Broomsticks ??? Three young
wartime evacuees discover
they?ve been sent to live with an
amateur witch. Angela Lansbury (1971, U)
10.00 Invincible ??
Sentimental sports drama based
on a true story. Mark Wahlberg (2006, PG)
6.20pm Diary of a Wimpy
Kid: the Long Haul ?? A
family road trip goes predictably
awry. Jason Drucker, Alicia Silverstone (2017, U)
8.00 National Treasure ??
Moderately entertaining
adventure starring Nicolas Cage
as a man obsessed with ?nding a
mythical hoard of treasure. (2004, PG)
10.15 The Flintstones ??
Comedy based on the cartoon
series. John Goodman, Elizabeth Perkins (1994, U)
11.50 Meet the Robinsons ??
Animation. Tom Selleck (2006, U) 1.35am
The Black Hole ??? Adventure.
Maximilian Schell (1979, PG) 3.20 As 3.15pm
4.45 Mickey?s Once upon a
Christmas ?? Animation. (1999, U)
11.50 My Girl 2 ?? Drama. Dan
Aykroyd (1994, PG) 1.40am Honey 3:
Dare to Dance ?? Musical drama.
(2016, 12) 3.25 The Sandlot ???
Comedy adventure. (1993, PG) 5.15
The Dragon Spell ?? (2016, U)
Drama
Sci-Fi/Horror
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
6.00am The Prince of Tides
???? (1991, 15) 8.15 Ali & Nino
??? Drama. (2015, 15) 10.05 The Top
Ten Show 10.20 Viceroy?s House
??? Drama. Hugh Bonneville (2017, 12)
12.20pm As 8pm 2.20 As 10pm
4.20 The Truman Show 5
Comedy drama. Jim Carrey (1998, PG)
Sky 310 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.30am Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1
?? Sci-? horror. Iwan Rheon (2017, 15)
8.15 As 4.45pm 10.15 As 6.45pm
12.30pm As 9pm 2.45 As 11.15pm
4.45 Pitch Black ????
Visually stunning sci-? thriller
about marooned space travellers.
6.10pm Gifted ???? A man
becomes involved in a childcustody battle over his mathsprodigy niece. Chris Evans, Jenny Slate (2017, 12)
8.00 Victoria & Abdul ????
Judi Dench reprises her role as
Queen Victoria, who strikes up a
friendship with an Indian clerk.
6.45pm The Chronicles of
Riddick ?? Ambitious but
overblown sequel to sci-? thriller
Pitch Black. Vin Diesel, Thandie Newton (2004, 15)
9.00 Constantine ???
Visually arresting adaptation of
the Hellblazer comic-book series.
Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Michael Gambon (2017, PG)
11.15 Flatliners ?? Sci-? horror
remake about a group of medical
students investigating life after
death. Ellen Page, James Norton (2017, 15)
10.00 My Friend Dahmer
???? Drama based on a true
story. Ross Lynch, Alex Wolff, Anne Heche (2017, 15)
12 midnight American Wrestler:
the Wizard ??? Sports drama.
George Kosturos (2016) 2.00am Footloose
??? Musical drama. Kevin Bacon (1984, 12)
4.00 An Affair to Remember
???? Romantic drama. (1957, U)
Select
Radha Mitchell, Vin Diesel, Cole Hauser (1999, 15)
Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Shia LaBeouf (2005, 15)
1.20am As 6.30am 3.10 Camera
Obscura ?? Horror thriller.
Christopher Denham, Nadja Bobyleva (2017, 18)
5.00 Sky Cinema Preview
TCM
Sky 311 Virgin 442 BT 510 HD Virgin 412
6.20am Lolo ??? Comedy. Julie
Delpy (2015, 15) 8.05 Apprentice ???
Drama. Firdaus Rahman (2016, 15) 9.45
Away ?? Drama. Juno Temple (2016, 15)
11.45 As 8pm 1.45pm Zorba the
Greek ???? Drama. Anthony Quinn
(1964, PG) 4.10 The Odyssey ??
Biopic. Lambert Wilson, Pierre Niney (2016, PG)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
6.00am Hollywood?s Best Directors
6.40 Terror by Night ???
Mystery. (1946, U) 8.00 The Sea of
Grass ?? Western. (1947) 10.35
Kelly?s Heroes ??? Adventure.
(1970, PG) 1.30pm Firecreek ???
Western. (1968, 12) 3.40 The Stranger
Wore a Gun ?? Western. (1953, U)
6.15pm Brigsby Bear ????
A man who learns everything
from videotapes of a kids show
faces a dark truth. Kyle Mooney (2017, 15)
8.00 American Made ???
Biopic in which a US airline pilot
becomes a drug-runner for the
CIA. Tom Cruise, Domhnall Gleeson (2017, 15)
10.00 T2 Trainspotting ???
Poignantly twisted bookend to
Danny Boyle?s 1995 zeitgeistcapturing drama. Ewan McGregor (2016, 18)
5.20pm Lone Star ??
Heavy-going saga of Texas in
1845. Clark Gable, Ava Gardner (1952, U)
7.20 Canyon River ?? Neat
little western. George Montgomery (1956, U)
9.00 Exit Wounds ?? Steven
Seagal action drama. DMX (2001, 18)
11.10 Pale Rider ??? Clint
Eastwood plays the enigmatic
stranger who metes out his own
brand of justice in this handsome,
mystical western. (1985, 15)
12 midnight Heaven Knows What
??? Biopic. (2014, 18) 1.40am Fatal
Attraction ???? Thriller. Glenn
Close interview, p36. (1987, 18) 3.45
Most Beautiful Island ?? (2017, 18)
5.10 Fatima ??? Drama. (2017)
1.30am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 3.20 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors
TCM +1 Sky 316 Virgin 417
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Sky Premier League
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 The
Debate 8.00 Best Goals 9.00 Review
10.00 Premier League Years (AD)
12 noon The Debate 1.00pm Legends
2.00 Best Goals 3.00 Premier League
Years (AD) 5.00 100 Club 6.00 Review
7.00 Premier League World 7.30
Soccer Special 10.00 The Debate
11.00 Premier League World 11.30
Best Goals 12 midnight The Debate
1.00am Premier League Years (AD)
3.00 Greatest Games 4.00 Best Goals
5.30?6.00am 100 Club
Champions League 7.00pm
BT Sport 2 Spurs? Lucas Moura
takes on the mighty Bar鏰
Sky Main Event
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
6.00am LIVE Tennis Continuing
coverage from day three of the
ATP Japan Open at the Ariake
Coliseum, Tokyo.
12 noon LIVE International One
Day Cricket South Africa against
Zimbabwe, the second in a threematch series, from the Diamond
Oval in Kimberley.
7.00 LIVE Football League
Shef?eld Wednesday v West
Bromwich Albion, (kick-off 7.45),
Championship action.
10.00 The Debate
11.00 Sky Sports News
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis Day
four of the ATP 500 Japan Open
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Football
Years 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Greatest
Players (AD) 8.30 Greatest Games 9.00
Football League 9.30 Countdowns
10.00 Play-Off Finals 11.00 One2Eleven
(AD) 11.30 Greatest Games 12 noon
Football League 12.30pm Countdowns
1.00 Greatest Games 2.00 Play-Off
Finals 3.00 Football League 3.30
Countdowns 4.00 One2Eleven 5.00
Football League 5.30 Countdowns 6.00
Greatest Games 6.30 Football League
7.00 LIVE Football League
Shef?eld Wednesday v West
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Championship action.
10.15 Football League 10.45 Greatest
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12 midnight Football League 12.30am
Greatest Games 1.00 One2Eleven 1.30
Greatest Games 2.00 Greatest Players
(AD) 2.30 Greatest Games 3.00 Football
Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00 Greatest
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6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Golf
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am PGA Tour Classic 7.00 Challenge
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Challenge Tour Golf 9.00 EuroPro Tour
Golf 11.00 PGA Tour Classic 1.00pm
EuroPro Tour Golf 3.00 PGA Tour
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Inside the PGA Tour 7.30 Gol?ng
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American Golf Championships 10.00
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American Golf Championships 1.00am
Inside the PGA Tour 1.30 Gol?ng World
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Week 11 of the IPA Premier League.
Gardening
Sky Cricket
Sky 404 Virgin 514 HD Virgin 504
6.00am World Cup Classics 7.00
Cricket Shorts 8.00 Masterclass 9.00
International One-Day Cricket 11.00
World Cup Classics
11.55 LIVE International
One-Day Cricket South Africa v
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8.00pm Nasser Meets Sachin 9.00
Cricket in Mumbai 10.00 International
One-Day Cricket 11.00 Nasser Meets
Sachin 12 midnight International OneDay Cricket 1.00am World Cup Classics
2.00 International One-Day Cricket
3.00 World Cup Classics 4.00 Masterclass
5.00?6.00am Ashes Greats
Sky Action
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6.00am LIVE Tennis Continuing
coverage of the ATP Japan Open.
12 noon Wrestling 1.00pm
Modern Pentathlon 2.00 NRL
3.00 Sporting Recoords 4.00
Darts Gold 4.45 Rugby Union
Greatest Games 6.30 Fast Zone
7.00 LIVE Darts Day four of the
Grand Prix of Darts in Dublin.
11.00 Darts Gold 11.30 French
Rugby Union 12 midnight Inside
the Huddle 12.30am Watersports
1.30 Super League Gold (AD) 2.00
NFL 3.30 Inside the Huddle
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis Day
four of the ATP 500 Japan Open.
Coverage continues until 12 noon.
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
5.30am LIVE Tennis Day three of
the China Open. More at 12.30pm.
11.30 Great Sporting Moments
12 noon Sporting Greats (AD)
12.30pm LIVE Tennis Further play
from the ATP China Open.
2.30 Sporting Greats (AD) 3.00 Sporting
Records 4.00 Modern Pentathlon
5.00 Wrestling 7.00 Sports Unlimited
8.00 Watersports 9.00 Inside the
Huddle 9.30 Motorsport Mundial 10.00
Wrestling 12 midnight Sports Unlimited
1.00am Sporting Greats (AD) 2.00
Super League Gold (AD) 3.00 Sporting
Records 4.00 Great Sporting Moments
5.00?6.00am Sporting Records
Sky Mix
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7.30?9.20am LIVE Rugby Union
Otago v Bay Of Plenty (kick-off 7.35).
Eurosport 1
Sky 410 Virgin 523 BT 412 HD Virgin 521 BT 435
7.30am Snooker 9.00 Motor Racing
10.00 Motorcycling 11.00 Snooker
11.55 LIVE Snooker European
Masters, day three. More at 5.55pm.
4.00pm Motorcycling 5.00 Snooker
5.55 LIVE Snooker Day three of
the European Masters in Belgium.
10.00 Snooker 12 midnight?11.00am
British Superbikes
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5.30am LIVE Tennis The WTA
China Open, day ?ve. More at 2pm.
1.30pm Non-League Football
2.00 LIVE Tennis WTA China Open.
4.00 Sailing 4.30 World Rally
5.00 BT Reload 5.15 Fan TV
5.30 LIVE Champions League
Football Paris Saint Germain v Red
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8.00 Champions League Football: live
goal news 10.15 Rugby Union 10.45
BT Reload 11.00 UFC 1.30am Fishing
2.30?5.30am Rugby Union
BT Sport 2
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5.15am Motorcycling 9.00 Speedway
11.00 Australian Rules Football
1.00pm LIVE Youth Football
Liverpool v Napoli (kick-off 1.00);
3.00 Barcelona v Tottenham
Hotspur (kick-off 3.00).
5.00 Premier League 5.30 BT
Reload 6.00 German Football
6.30 Premier League World
7.00 LIVE Champions League
Football Tottenham Hotspur v
Barcelona, Group B action from
Wembley Stadium (kick-off 8.00).
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10.30 Champions League Football
11.45 Premier League Reload
12 midnight OJ: Made in America (AD)
2.00am In Depth with Graham Bensinger
3.00 UFC 5.00?6.00am Motor Racing
BT Sport 3
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Wednesday Television
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6.50am Duck Tales: the Movie:
Treasure of the Lost Lamp ???
(1990, U) 8.10 As 4.40pm 10.00 As
6.30pm 11.30 As 11.50pm 1.15pm
As 8pm 3.15 Basil the Great
Mouse Detective ??? Animation.
Vincent Price (1986, U) 4.40 Moana
5 Animation. Auli?i Cravalho (2016, PG)
6.00am German Football 7.00
Champions League 8.15 BT Reload
8.30 Rallying 9.00 Champions League
1.00pm French Football 2.00 Premier
League Football 5.00 Motor Racing
6.00 Rallying 7.00 Fan TV
7.15 LIVE Champions League
Football Napoli v Liverpool in
Group C (kick-off 8.00), from the
Stadio San Paolo. Sport: page 35.
10.30 Premier League World 11.00
Premier League Tonight 11.30 Scottish
Football 12 midnight Champions League
Football 4.00am Non-League Football
4.30?6.00am German Football
BT Sport//ESPN
Sky 423 Virgin 534 BT 411 HD Virgin 530 BT 433
6.00am Pardon the Interruption 6.30
Major League Baseball 7.30 Around
the Horn 8.00 American Football
11.00 Pardon the Interruption 11.30
Around the Horn 12 noon ESPN FC
12.30pm Major League Baseball 3.30
The High Five 3.45 Poker 4.45
Australian Rules Football 5.15 ESPN FC
5.45 LIVE Champions League
Football Lokomotiv Moscow v FC
Schalke 04 in Group D (kick-off 5.55);
8.00 PSV Eindhoven v Inter Milan
in Group B (kick-off 8.00).
10.00 Australian Rules Football
10.30 Drag Racing 11.30 American
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Television Thursday
THURSDAY Choices
CHILL PILLS
Dr Michael Mosley
wants to ?nd out
if placebos can help
to relieve pain
PICK OF THE DAY
The Placebo Experiment: Can My Brain Cure My Body? 9.00pm BBC2
HEALTH We?re a nation of pill-poppers, swallowing ?ve billion over-the-
counter painkillers every year. But scienti?c experiments have shown that
chronic pain can be treated with the power of the mind. So Michael Mosley
?tricks? a group of volunteers who have been suffering with back pain for
years into taking a strong ?analgesic? placebo rather than their prescription
drugs ? and gets some impressive results.
The trial must be set up carefully if it is to work: the right colour and
Eat Well for Less?
8.00pm BBC1
FOOD Poppy and Emma reckon
that being parents to boisterous
three-year-old twins means they?re
too busy (and tired) to eat healthily.
Judging by the contents of their
kitchen cupboards, they do seem
to live on biscuits, crisps and
cured meats.
Most nights after putting the twins
to bed, Emma says, ?We go, ?Er, shall
we just have..???, and the pair end
up eating a plate of nachos rather
than a proper meal. Although Gregg
Wallace and Chris Bavin can?t do
their usual trick of jumping out at
the checkout, because the couple
prefer online shopping, they manage
to surprise them in other ways ?
even getting the twins to eat up
their vegetables. JR
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The pick of today?s TV
Canada: a Year
in the Wild
8.00pm Channel 5
m
NATURE New series A serene
look at the colourful, semifrozen giant at the top of North
America begins in the autumn, when
Canadian animals need to get stuff
done before the ice comes. A black
bear hopes to catch a caribou, rather
than having to settle for blueberries
to ?ll his belly before hibernation; an
arctic fox ?nds some land crawling
with tasty voles, but then has to cede
it to a more powerful red fox.
Meanwhile, for mountain sheep ?
?tted by conservationists with tags
that look like statement earrings ?
it?s mating season, which means
?ghting season for the rams.
It?s all crisply ?lmed and ef?ciently
presented. JACK SEALE
packaging of the pills as well as consultation time spent with a GP help to
ensure that the patient believes the medication will work. And Mosley takes
us through other studies where a placebo has had a remarkable effect.
Mosley admits that in the excitement, it?s easy to forget that these are real
people who have endured real pain: Jim, for instance, who is on morphine for
his cancer. But if a placebo can give someone like Jim both pain relief and
a new zest for life, it?s got to be good. JANE RACKHAM
Press
Manson: the Lost Tapes
9.00pm BBC1
9.00pm ITV
DRAMA Mike Bartlett?s drama can
DOCUMENTARY Fear. It?s a word
be sparky and sharp one minute
(usually when Ben Chaplin as tabloid
editor Duncan is on screen) and
dreary the next. Overall, it?s a good
watch but the idea of dividing the
story between two papers based
on the same London square has
given it a split personality.
Tonight?s edition is very much
a game of two halves, but ? loud
klaxon alert ? don?t read on if
you haven?t seen last week?s
developments yet: there was a
plot twist that promised to kick
the drama up a gear. It ful?ls that
promise, with crackling scenes
between Holly and Duncan as
she gets a taste of his macho
management style. DAVID BUTCHER
that crops up a lot in this chilling
two-part doc made from original
footage and rarely seen interviews
with Charles Manson?s notorious
Family. Manson taught that fear, love
and awareness were the same thing.
But Bobby Beausoleil ? who is still
in prison for the murder of Gary
Hinman ? says, ?When fear sets in,
things get out of control, as they
certainly did with Charlie and me.?
The concluding edition explores
how a bunch of peaceful hippies
embarked on killing sprees (clearly
mind-bending drugs played a part)
and why they were prepared to
kill again, if it meant that Manson
would be released once his trial
started in June 1970. JR
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THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER
The wardrobe budget must have been
slashed on EastEnders (7.30pm BBC1)
because I can?t for the life of me think
of another reason why the six-packed
Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters, right) is
wandering around shirtless all the time,
despite it now being autumn. Can you
imagine those conversations with the
director? ?Danny! Loving your work.
Really feeling Keanu?s angst. But I think
viewers will be more involved if you
get your pecs out again.? This evening,
we have some added jeopardy for the
TODAY IN SOAPLAND
sartorially challenged mechanic when
his lover Sharon discovers that there?s
been a car accident at the very location
where he?s having a job interview. Is he
lying unconscious, a kindly passer-by
having whipped his top off so it can be
used to staunch the blood ?ow?
Back on the Square itself, Tiffany is
impressed when Jagger takes her to
Walford East and, after the meal,
presents her with a necklace. What a
charmer. If only we could all have
moves like Jagger. DAVID BROWN
Succession
Sick of It
9.00pm Channel 5
9.00pm Sky Atlantic
10.00pm, 10.30pm Sky 1
REALITY A fourth series of the
DRAMA Never mind King Lear, Jesse
COMEDY DRAMA This series is at
reality show where a very well-off
family swaps lives for a week with a
household that struggles ?nancially,
sometimes to no obvious end.
The experiments do highlight
the extremes of income inequality,
particularly the stark grind of living
on low wages, but really each episode
is a prurient human drama that
wonders how each set of individuals
will cope with the culture shock.
Tonight the rich couple are
Ladislav and Qi, both enjoying
board-level jobs that fund a lavish
lifestyle in Rickmansworth. Eight
junctions clockwise round the M25,
in En?eld, barmaid Tracey and
middle manager Ed are scratching
for every penny. JS
Armstrong?s towering family saga
about a billionaire patriarch and his
offspring is getting all Oedipal now.
Estranged son Kendall is mounting
a hostile takeover of the family
business and has to plunge the
metaphorical knife into his father?s
back amid the (admittedly pretty
warped already) celebrations for his
sister Shiv?s wedding. This all unfolds
at a castle somewhere in England
where other subplots are going off
like ?reworks.
As scripted by Armstrong, it?s
hilarious and awful at the same time
? and there?s good news for fans:
series two, which this ?nale tees up
nicely, is already in the works.
its best when star/co-creator Karl
Pilkington is just allowed to let rip with
his misanthropic musings, a highlight
this week being his diatribe against
going out with large groups of friends
for a meal. Sure, you see some people
you like ? but why not spread them
out over the week? Why bother
cultivating friendships on the
off-chance you might need their help
one day when you can just call the
AA? And don?t get him started on
splitting the bill?
As a response, in the ?rst episode
of this double bill Karl goes away on
his own for the weekend ? while the
second episode features his struggle
to rescue some accidentally binned
treasures. HUW FULLERTON
DAVID BUTCHER
ON THE CASE
DI Vivienne Deering (Joanna
Scanlan) has a theory about
last week?s shock killing
No Offence
The best of streaming
and catch-up
Reported Missing
iPlayer (ep1 expires today)
Perhaps you?ve already seen
the viral clip explaining what
basically happens here. Even
if you have, the ?rst episode
in a new run of excellent
documentaries about
missing-person cases is still
worth seeing to ?esh out the
details of a story that visibly
astonishes the seasoned
professionals who unravel it.
If you?re new to it all, shut off
Facebook, cue up iPlayer and
prepare to be amazed.
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Daisy and Ollie
4.00pm Cartoonito (Sky
619, Virgin 706), NowTV
Thursday Television
Rich House, Poor House
DISCOVER TV
New episodes of the animation
that answers curious kids?
questions have been running
since Monday. Today, how
do you ?nd a lost item? JS
BEST LIVE SPORT
9.00pm C4
DRAMA Some procedural cop
shows like to string things out.
They coast along like a wellsignalled ride on a double-decker
bus. Not this one. No Offence is
more like being driven around
hairpin bends in a go-kart while
somebody pulls party poppers in
your face. That makes it wearing
sometimes, but tonight the drama
is at its frantically plotted best.
Don?t read on if you haven?t seen
last week?s episode, but our heroine
Viv has had a revelation on why her
favourite detective sergeant was
killed in that shocking opener.
She thinks smiley local politician
Caroline ? just elected mayor
of Manchester ? faked her own
assassination attempt.
Meanwhile, newly promoted
Dinah?s teenage daughter is caught
peddling pills at a party, and no one
has spotted yet that Miller framed
someone. In Manchester policing,
it never rains but it pours.
Qarabag v Arsenal 5.15pm
(k/o 5.55pm) BT2; FC Salzburg
v Celtic 5.15pm (k/o 5.55pm)
BT3; Chelsea v Vidi 8pm (k/o
8pm) BT2; Rangers v Rapid
Vienna 8pm (k/o 8pm) BT3
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck.
? European Tour Golf: Links
Championship, day one 1pm
Sky Golf/Main Event Played on
three famous Scottish courses.
o FILM OF THE DAY
Joy
9.00pm Film4
Jennifer Lawrence puts in
an Oscar-nominated turn as a
single mum turned self-made
millionaire. See page 44
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THURSDAY Main Channels
DAYTIME
Television Thursday
BBC1
6.00am Breakfast Naga Munchetty, Charlie Stayt. (S) (HD)
9.15 Rip-Off Britain How not reading terms and
conditions could lose you hundreds of pounds. (S) (HD)
10.00 Homes under the Hammer Properties in
Essex, Nottinghamshire and Stirling. (S) (HD)
11.00 A1: Britain?s Longest Road A drunk driver is
caught on camera. Repeated tomorrow 6.30am BBC2 (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 Close Calls: on Camera A British pensioner lost
in the outback without food and water. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15pm Bargain Hunt From Newark International
Antiques and Collectors Fair. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
1.45 Doctors Shak has an embarrassing problem and
Mrs Tembe gets a shock on a visit to a patient. (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 Chase the Case Strategic game show hosted
by Dan Walker. Repeated tomorrow 7.15am BBC2 (S) (HD)
3.00 Escape to the Country Searching for a home
in Somerset with a budget of �0,000. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Garden Rescue Transforming a rural back
garden with a steep slope in Somerset. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.30?5.15 Antiques Road Trip Phil Serrell and Louise
Gostelow scour the emporiums of Lincolnshire. (S) (HD)
BBC2
6.00am An Island Parish: Shetland The islanders
gather for the annual Eela ?shing contest. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 A1: Britain?s Longest Road A pregnant
passenger is left stranded. Shown yesterday 11am BBC1 (S) (HD)
7.15 Chase the Case Shown yesterday 2.15pm BBC1 (S) (HD)
8.00?9.00 Sign Zone Saving Lives at Sea 4/10 Series 3
A teenage girl on a dinghy is swept into the Irish Sea. (R) (S) (AD)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire Current affairs. (S) (HD)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S) (HD)
12.15pm Politics Live Jo Coburn presents. (S) (HD)
1.00 For What It?s Worth Antiques quiz show. (R) (S) (HD)
1.45 Big Dreams Small Spaces A couple battle to
turn a clay-clogged building site in Petworth, West
Sussex, into a little piece of Portugal. (R) (S) (HD)
2.45 Who Do You Think You Are? BBC security
correspondent Frank Gardner investigates whether his
family came to Britain with the Normans. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
3.45 Winter: Earth?s Seasonal Secrets How animals
rise to the challenge of surviving winter. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
4.45?5.15 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) (S) (HD)
ITV
6.00am Good Morning Britain (S) (HD)
8.30 Lorraine Guests chat with Lorraine Kelly. (S) (HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Fighting talk. (S) (HD)
10.30 This Morning Presented by Phillip Scho?eld
and Holly Willoughby. Including Regional Weather (S) (HD)
12.30pm Loose Women Kate Humble guests. (S) (HD)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News Regional News; Weather (S)
2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime Stories A father-andson drug-smuggling operation. (R) (S) (HD)
3.00 Tenable Family members from Birmingham
compete in the quiz. (S) (HD) Followed by Regional Weather
4.00?5.00 Tipping Point Game show. (S) (HD)
Channel 4
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6.35am Mike & Molly First shown on Comedy Central (S) (HD)
7.40 Everybody Loves Raymond Triple bill. (R) (S)
9.05 Frasier Double bill of the comedy. (R) (S) (AD)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA The CEO of clothing
retailer New York & Company goes incognito. (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA Revisiting
three challenging restaurants. (R) (S) 12 noon News (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me Rival dinner party
hosts in Essex dish up gastro-pub grub, Thai delights,
a hearty menu and cat-themed dishes. (R) (S) (HD)
1.05 A New Life in the Sun A couple from Essex
open a glamping site in France, and expat caterers
struggle to feed the French crowds. (R) (S) (HD)
2.10 Countdown With guest Richard Arnold. (S) (HD)
3.00 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole restores a
1970s Kawasaki motorbike in Redditch. (S) (HD)
4.00?5.00 A Place in the Sun Ben Hillman helps
a south Wales couple with a budget of �0,000 ?nd
a new home in Charente, France. (S) (HD)
BBC1
BBC2
Eat Well for
Less? 8.00pm
Gregg Wallace and
Chris Bavin try to
wean busy parents
off a diet of nachos
The Placebo
Experiment: Can
My Brain Cure
My Body? 9.00pm
Michael Mosley
seeks the formula
5.15pm Pointless
5.15pm Flog It!
Quiz presented by Alexander Armstrong. (S) (HD)
6.00 BBC News Weather (S) (HD)
6.30 Regional news magazines (S)
7.00 The One Show
Matt Baker presents the live magazine show. (S) (HD)
7.30 EastEnders
Shirley berates Linda for her disloyalty to the family.
Shirley Carter
Linda Henry
Linda Carter
Kellie Bright
Bex Fowler
Jasmine Arm?eld
Honey Mitchell
Emma Barton
Jay Brown
Jamie Borthwick
Tina Carter
Luisa Bradshaw-White
Dot Branning
June Brown
Martin Fowler
James Bye
Sonia Fowler
Natalie Cassidy
Stuart Highway
Ricky Champ
Callum ?Halfway? Highway Tony Clay
Sharon Mitchell
Letitia Dean
Mick Carter
Danny Dyer
Kim Fox-Hubbard
Tameka Empson
Billy Mitchell
Rainie Branning
Robbie Jackson
Masood Ahmed
Kush Kazemi
Hayley Slater
Mariam Ahmed
Louise Mitchell
Carmel Kazemi
Ruby Allen
Ray Kelly
Jack Branning
Phil Mitchell
Whitney Dean
Perry Fenwick
Tanya Franks
Dean Gaffney
Nitin Ganatra
Davood Ghadami
Katie Jarvis
Indira Joshi
Tilly Keeper
Bonnie Langford
Louisa Lytton
Sean Mahon
Scott Maslen
Steve McFadden
Shona McGarty
Writer Martin Scott This week?s episodes directed by Laura Way
More cast Friday (S) (AD) (HD)
Today in Soapland: page 103
8.00 Eat Well for Less?
5/8 Series 5. Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin
return to show more families how to shop
smarter and eat more healthily. In Hertfordshire they
meet part-time physiotherapist Poppy and school
teacher Emma, who have very lively three-year-old
twins. Cooking has taken a back seat to parenting
and Polly and Emma have been getting by on nachos
and hastily assembled platters of cold meat and salad.
Can Poppy and Emma be persuaded to quit costly
convenience foods and cook one cheap and nutritious
meal a night that they can all eat together? See p102.
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Director Nicholas Berry; Executive producer Jo Scarratt-Jones (S) (HD)
9.00 Press
5/6. Two Worlds. Ed?s delight with his front
page pro?le of teen ?monster? Danny Lyons is
short lived when a surprise new colleague at The Post
tries to discredit him, and a dramatic development in
the Lyons case forces him to take a new approach
to the story. Duncan escapes his problems at home
by burying himself in work and orders his new
recruit to get a scoop on the government?s secret
Resonance programme. See page 102.
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Holly Evans
Duncan Allen
Amina Chaudury
Ed Washburn
James Edwards
Leona
Peter Langly
Raz Kane
Tony
Charlotte Riley
Ben Chaplin
Priyanga Burford
Paapa Essiedu
Al Weaver
Ellie Kendrick
Brendan Cowell
Shane Zaza
Joseph Balderrama
Lucy Redford Laura Jane Matthewson
Kelly
Allison McKenzie
Jools
Georgia Landers
Krystyna
Kasia Koleczek
Adnan
Armin Karmia
Mrs Lyons
Caroline Sheen
Craig
Mark Weinman
Freddie Allen
Benjamin Campbell
Grace
Hebe Beardsall
Writer Mike Bartlett; Producer Paul Gilbert
Director Tom Vaughan (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
10.45 Question Time
Debate from Canary Wharf, in London?s Docklands,
chaired by David Dimbleby. The discussion continues
on Question Time Extra Time on Radio 5 Live.
Director Rob Hopkin; Producer David Lockhart (S) (HD)
HAVE YOUR SAY: text 83981; or tweet with #bbcqt
11.45 This Week
Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and guests take a look
back at the past seven days? political developments.
Editor Penny Davies; Executive editor Rob Burley
Repeated tomorrow 10.15pm BBC Parliament (S) (HD)
12.30am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
12.35?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
In Reading, 19th-century paperweights are valued
and Paul Martin visits Cliveden House. (R) (S) (HD)
6.00 Letterbox
Game show hosted by Mel Giedroyc. (S) (HD)
6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two
Zoe Ball presents the weekday fanzine. (S) (HD)
7.00 Nigella: at My Table
3/6. It?s all round to Nigella?s for lunch as her friends
tuck into herbed leg of lamb and garlicky potatoes
with oregano and feta, followed by sumptuous
chocolate mousse made with olive oil. Plus recipes
for coconut shrimp with turmeric yogurt, and a
pleasing ginger and walnut carrot cake. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Great British Menu
Passionfruit proves popular in the dessert stage,
with both Tommy and James incorporating it into
their complex dishes. Shauna, by contrast, puts
her faith in her pastry chef training. The two most
consistently convincing competitors will proceed
to tomorrow?s regional ?nal. (S) (HD)
8.00 Back in Time for the Factory
5/5. The ?nal instalment of the social time-travelling
experiment switches focus to the real-life experiences
of the original factory girls. They recall their working
life in south Wales, where female workers started
straight from school at 15 and were poorly paid and
badly treated, but also talk fondly of the camaraderie
on the production line. And while conditions began
to improve in the 1980s, the loss of government
subsidies led to closures and the end of a whole way
of life. Alex Jones also reveals how the factory was
lovingly brought back to life using the testimony of
the original workers as inspiration.
Series producer Catrin Grif?th (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Placebo Experiment: Can My
Brain Cure My Body?
an ambitious experiment for Horizon, Michael
aInMosley
recruits 117 people who suffer with
backache to take part in Britain?s largest ever trial to
investigate the placebo effect. Working with experts
from Oxford University, he discovers that the brain
has the power to produce its own drugs which can
be more powerful than prescription painkillers. The
volunteers include a wheelchair-user who longs to
get back on a boat and a poker player who is looking
for a painkiller that will not affect her game. Michael
also discovers a German placebo that works even
though you know what it is, and tests out a fake
treatment on himself. See page 102.
Director/Producer Joe Myerscough (S) (HD)
10.00 MOTD: the Premier League Show
Gabby Logan introduces more in-depth features
and interviews with players and managers.
Editor Andy Fraser (S) (HD)
10.30 Newsnight With Kirsty Wark. (S) (HD)
11.10 Weather (S) (HD)
11.15 Flatpack Empire
3/3. Ikea creative director Mia Lundstrom takes on
the challenge of expanding the business into India.
Series producer Tom Swingler (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15am The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American
Crime Story 1/9 Series 2. Crime drama focusing on events
surrounding the murder of the fashion designer. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
1.05?3.05am Sign Zone 1.05 Celebrity MasterChef The
remaining celebrities prepare a ?ve-course lunch. (R) (S) (AD)
2.35 Recipes That Made Me: Bangladesh 4/4. Nisha
Katona learns how to make an authentic ?sh curry. (R) (S) (AD)
HD BBC2 HD Freeview 102 Freesat 102 Sky 102 Virgin 162
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ITV
Channel 4
BBC4
9
Manson: the Lost
Tapes 9.00pm How
the evil manipulator
thought his crimes
would trigger a
revolution
No Offence 9.00pm
Viv unleashes more
than she bargained
for when she
plays on Dennis?s
deep insecurities
The Motorway:
Life in the Fast
Lane 9.00pm
The challenge
of keeping the
traf?c ?owing
5.00pm The Chase
5.00pm Four in a Bed
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days (S) (HD)
6.00 Regional News Weather (S)
6.30 ITV Evening News Weather (S)
7.00 Emmerdale
Joe is faced with a race against time.
Joe Tate
Bernice Blackstock
Matty Barton
Maya Stepney
Nicola King
Zak Dingle
Victoria Barton
Pete Barton
Rebecca White
Robert Sugden
Rodney Blackstock
Priya Kotecha
Ned Porteous
Samantha Giles
Ash Palmisciano
Louisa Clein
Nicola Wheeler
Steve Halliwell
Isabel Hodgins
Anthony Quinlan
Emily Head
Ryan Hawley
Patrick Mower
Fiona Wade
Ross Barton
Michael Parr
Sam Dingle
James Hooton
Tracy Metcalfe
Amy Walsh
Vanessa Wood?eld Michelle Hardwick
Harriet Finch Katherine Dow Blyton
Daz Spencer
Mark Jordon
Jacob Gallagher Joe-Warren Plant
Jimmy King
Nick Miles
Noah Dingle
Jack Downham
Connor
Cameron Jack
Dawn
Olivia Bromley
Writer Chris Gill More cast Tuesday
Repeated tomorrow 8am and 12.15pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Wild Weather UK: Winners and
Losers ? Tonight
Weather presenter Laura Tobin investigates how
the extremes in this year?s climate have affected
everything from food prices to the job market.
The week?s ?nal visit is to Rivendell Outdoor Club, a
clothing optional resort in Wimborne, Dorset. (S) (HD)
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
Molly makes a Punch and Judy cake, complete
with a full cast of edible characters. (S) (HD)
6.00 The Simpsons
The Ten-Per-Cent Solution. Krusty the Clown?s
TV network pulls his show. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 Hollyoaks
Lily knows Romeo broke into James?s ?at.
Writer Heather Robson Cast Tue/Fri Shown yesterday 7pm E4
Rptd tomorrow 6.30am E4 Next episode follows on E4 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
8.00 Location, Location, Location
Ep 7. Phil Spencer catches up with two couples
who between them saw more than 40
properties without ?nding the perfect home.
Anna and Mikey wanted a classic tenement ?at
in Glasgow?s popular West End. In the Thames
Valley, Hemani and Nigel were just back from
Australia and struggling to adjust to the size of
British homes, and what they could afford.
Producer Catherine Morgan Repeated 12.40am (S) (HD)
NOTE: as Tonight reacts to the news its subject matter may change
Directors Michael Prince and Simon Joslin
Series producer Abi Judge Rptd tomorrow 8pm 4seven (S) (HD)
8.00 Emmerdale
9.00 No Offence
Bernice succumbs to temptation.
Writer Chris Gill
Repeated tomorrow 8.25am and 12.45pm ITV2 (S) (AD) (HD)
8.30 Emmerdale 1918
3/6. Familiar faces from Emmerdale learn about
the experiences of Yorkshire folk during the
First World War. This week Zoe Henry, who plays
vet Rhona Goskirk, learns about Joseph Abson,
who was driven by his love of horses to serve on
the front line. In the process, he changed the
course of veterinary science.
Director/Producer Emma Burman (S) (HD)
9.00 Manson: the Lost Tapes
2/2. Investigating why Charles Manson
made his peaceful ?hippy? followers embark
on one of the most brutal killing sprees in the
history of the USA, exploring whether he was a
white supremacist or simply a psychopath. The
programme also reveals how Manson hatched
his plan to incriminate young black men as the
perpetrators of a series of horri?c murders ?
codenamed ?Helter Skelter?. See page 102.
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Directors Richard Dale and Hugh Ballantyne
Executive producer Simon Andreae (S) (HD)
10.00 ITV News at Ten
Weather; Regional News and Weather
(S)
10.45 The Jonathan Ross Show
5/12. With The Great British Bake Off?s Paul
Hollywood, Prue Leith, Noel Fielding and Sandi
Toksvig, plus comedian Mo Gilligan and music
from Olly Murs. See choice, page 53.
Series 3. The team have lost Beckett by
a4/6
a hair?s breadth ? but they have gained a
potentially priceless opportunity. With Bonnie
and Dennis in the station, Viv and the team have
48 hours to get Dennis to betray his best friend
and turn police informant. See page 103.
DI Vivienne Deering
DC Dinah Kowalska
DC Spike Tanner
Randolph Miller
PC Jonah Mitchell
PC Stuart O?Connell
PC Tegan Thompson
Gavin Nuttle
Dr Peep
Joanna Scanlan
Elaine Cassidy
Will Mellor
Paul Ritter
Ste Johnston
Tom Varey
Saira Choudhry
Conor MacNeill
Kate O?Flynn
Gabriel Turner
Spike White
Tessa Kowalska
Elizabeth Lomas
Bonnie Sands
Tamara Lawrance
Dennis Caddy
Neil Maskell
DCI Marilyn Marchant
Claire Rushbrook
Anthonia Cairns Katherine Kingsley
Caroline McCoy
Lisa McGrillis
Philip Turner
Milo Twomey
Writer Tom Grieves; Producer Philip Leach; Director Robert Quinn
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10.00 The Circle
Ep 15. The contestants in the social media-based
reality show continue to ?ght it out for the cash
prize. Continues tomorrow 10pm. (S) (HD)
11.00 999: What?s Your Emergency?
Exploring the work of the emergency services in
Wiltshire, looking at sexually predatory behaviour
and how police in the county receive three times
as many reports of voyeurism and men exposing
themselves than any other force in the UK.
Series producer Martin Hicks; Executive producers
David Hodgkinson and Ed Coulthard (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
12.40am Wild Weather UK: Winners and Losers ?
Tonight Laura Tobin investigates. Shown 7.30pm (S) (HD)
1.05 Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
5.05?6.00am The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests are
invited to settle their differences. (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
12 midnight Live from Abbey Road Classics 5/6
Series 7. Sessions by singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow
and US country band Rascal Flatts. (S) (HD)
12.35am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA The
chef visits a Japanese restaurant in California. (R) (S)
1.25 Travel Man: 48 Hours in Milan 4/4 Series 7
Richard Ayoade is joined by Morgana Robinson in Milan.
See choice, page 73. Shown Mon 8.30pm (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
1.55 Formula One Japanese Grand Prix ? Practice 1
Lee McKenzie presents live coverage from the Suzuka
Circuit. Practice 2 is tomorrow at 5.55am. (S) (HD)
3.35 Grand Designs New Zealand A rustic French
farmhouse-style home. First shown on More 4 (S) (HD)
4.30 Vet on the Hill Scott Miller attempts to save the
leg of a kitten. First shown on More 4 (S) (AD) (HD)
5.25?5.55am Buy It Now Demonstrating a product
to help children during car journeys. (R) (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
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Shown Saturday 10.05pm (S) (HD)
11.50 Vanity Fair
6/7. In Which a Painter?s Daughter Meets a
King. Becky proves surprisingly adept at living
on next to nothing. See choice, page 63.
Shown Sunday 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
Followed by Weather (S) (HD)
7.30 Top of the Pops 1986
John Peel and Janice Long present
the 29 May edition, featuring Robert
Palmer, Nu Shooz, Tears for Fears,
Spitting Image and Peter Gabriel.
Producer Michael Hurll Rptd 12 midnight (R) (S)
8.00 Andrew Marr on
Darwin?s Dangerous Ideas
3/3. Life and Death. Andrew Marr
looks at the destructive powers of
humans as a species. He argues that
the collective failure to combine
politics with the naturalist?s insights
about the delicate connections
between all living things could
accelerate our own extinction.
Director/Producer Paul Olding
Signed repeat 3am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Motorway: Life in
the Fast Lane
1/4. Weight of Traf?c. Documentary
following one of the busiest stretches
of motorway in Britain, where the M6
joins up with four other major routes.
The men and women working along
the route spend their lives helping
travellers get from A to B as safely
as possible in an area that often
sees up to 8,000 vehicles an hour.
Directors Toby Paton and Barnaby Peel
Producer Toby Paton (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Horizon: Dinosaurs ?
the Hunt for Life
The search for life within the
long-dead bones of dinosaurs may
once have sounded like Hollywood
fantasy, but Dr Mary Schweitzer
believes she may just have found signs
of DNA within the fossilised bones of
a tyrannosaurus rex. Horizon reports
on how her work is revolutionising our
understanding of these mighty beasts.
Series producer Zoe Heron (R) (S) (HD)
11.00 Blood and Gold: the
Making of Spain with Simon
Sebag Monte?ore
BBC2
SCOTLAND
11.00am BBC Newsroom
Live 12 noon?1.00pm
First Minister?s Questions
7.00 The Beechgrove
Garden: George
Anderson creates
a display of potted
hyacinths 7.30?8.00
Timeline: thoughtprovoking stories
STV
10.30pm Scotland
Tonight; STV News
11.05 Vanity Fair:
Becky mixes with high
society 12.05am
Home Shopping
2.05am Wild Weather
UK: Winners and
Losers ? Tonight
2.30 Nightscreen
5.05?6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show
BORDER
SCOTLAND
10.45pm Representing
Border 11.15 The
Jonathan Ross Show
12.15?1.05am Vanity
Fair: Becky mixes with
high society
ITV WALES
10.45pm Wales on TV:
the story of Wales
through the decades
11.15 The Jonathan Ross
Show 12.15?1.05am
Vanity Fair
BBC1
NORTHERN
IRELAND
Thursday Television
Constestants Christopher, Alastair, Suzy and Jess
pit their wits against quiz whizz the Chaser. (S) (HD)
Regional
variations
10.00pm BBC News;
BBC Newsline
10.40 The View
11.20 Question Time
12.20am This Week
1.05?6.00 BBC News
BBC2
NORTHERN
IRELAND
10.00?10.30pm
Survivors 11.15 MOTD:
the Premier League
Show 11.45 No Activity
12.10?12.15am
Coast Lives
UTV
1.05am Shopping
1.35?5.05 Nightscreen
2/3. Reconquest. Simon Sebag
Monte?ore uncovers the truth about
El Cid, investigates the horror of the
Spanish Inquisition and discovers a
story about one of his own ancestors.
Producer Marion Milne
Executive producer Mike Smith (R) (S) (HD)
12 midnight Top of the Pops 1986 With
Doctor and the Medics. Shown 7.30pm (S)
12.30am EMI: the Inside Story A pro?le
of the British record company. (R) (S) (HD)
1.30 Awesome Beauty: the Art of Industrial
Britain Lachlan Goudie explores Britain?s
industrial landscapes. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
2.30 Handmade in the Paci?c 4/4
A Hawaiian artist creates a traditional
hula skirt. Shown Monday 7.30pm (S) (HD)
3.00?4.00am Andrew Marr on Darwin?s
Dangerous Ideas Shown 8pm (S) (SL) (AD)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
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Rich House, Poor House 9.00pm
ITV2
Celebrity Juice 10.00pm Lucy Fallon
ITV3
10
Drama
20
Law & Order: UK 10.00pm DS Ronnie
Inspector Alleyn Mysteries 8.00pm
En?eld?s Llewellyn family trade up
(Coronation Street?s Bethany) guests
Brooks investigates a tragic death
A murder occurs at an art school
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 109
9.15 New. Jeremy Vine (HD)
11.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away
A tenant refuses to move out. (S) (HD)
12.10pm 5 News (S) (HD)
12.15 NCIS 5/24 Series 8. A man walks
into a radio station and kills a talk show
host. (S) (AD) (HD) 1.10 New. Access (S) (HD)
1.15 Home and Away Shown yesterday 6.30pm
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals (S)
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.45 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 7.10 Dress to Impress (S) (HD) 8.00
Emmerdale (S) (AD) (HD) 8.25 Coronation
Street (S) (AD) (HD) 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show (S) (HD) 10.15 Who?s Doing the Dishes?
(S) (AD) (HD) 11.15 Dress to Impress (S) (HD)
12.15pm Emmerdale Shown yesterday 7pm ITV
(S) (AD) (HD) 12.45 Coronation Street Shown
yesterday 7.30/8.30pm ITV (S) (AD) (HD) 1.45
New. The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Kobe
Bryant chats about his podcast The Punies
(S) (HD) 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Classic Coronation Street (S) 6.55
Heartbeat (S) (AD) 7.55 The Royal (S) 9.00
Judge Judy: real-life small-claims cases (S) (HD)
10.25 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (AD) (HD)
12.30pm The Royal (S) 1.35 Heartbeat (S)
(AD) 2.40 Classic Coronation Street: double
bill. Joanne asks to stay with Flick, and
Curly is tired of Vera interfering in his life (S)
3.45 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (HD)
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
7.10am The Bill (S) 8.00 London?s Burning (AD)
9.00 Casualty (AD) 10.00 Lovejoy (S) 11.00
The Bill: McAllister?s former snout turns up (S)
12 noon Classic EastEnders: double bill.
Angie rolls in at 3am, much the worse for
wear, then there?s mystery on the Square (S)
1.20pm Last of the Summer Wine (S) 2.00
?Allo ?Allo! (S) 2.40 London?s Burning (AD)
3.40 Soldier Soldier 4.55 Lovejoy
5.55pm Heartbeat
6.00pm ?Allo ?Allo!
6.00pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold
When Jessica fractures her leg, she finds
she has plenty of time to investigate a
doctor?s murder. (S) (AD) (HD)
5 Star Repeated 6pm Channel 5 (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 New. Neighbours Rptd 5.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 The Nanny Is Watching ?? Thriller.
A nanny gains control of a family?s home
security system and uses it to torment
them. Director Olumide Odebunmi (2018) (S) (W) (HD)
4.00 Friends Phoebe?s navy boyfriend
visits on weekend leave. (S) (HD)
4.30 Rachel?s ex-?anc� ties the knot. (S) (HD)
o
5.00pm 5 News (S) (HD)
5.30 Neighbours
An angry wife scores a bullseye after
throwing a dart into her husband?s leg. (S)
7.00 Harry Hill narrates more comical
mishaps filmed by viewers. (S)
8.00 Two and a Half Men
5/16 Series 12. Walden and Alan consider
adopting a six-year-old boy. (S) (HD)
Piper meets Cassius before he departs.
8.30 Superstore
Shown 1.45pm Repeated 6pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00 Home and Away
21/22 Series 2. Glenn tries to change
Jeff?s mind about the sackings. (S) (AD) (HD)
Justin learns Willow has gone missing.
9.00 Family Guy
Shown 1.15pm Next episode 6.30pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
Series 4. Lois is sent to prison for
persistent shoplifting. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.30 Lois becomes a model. (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S) (HD)
7.00 Traf?c Cops
A drunken disturbance in a pub leads to
a manhunt through dark countryside.
Shown Monday 8pm (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
8.00 New series. Canada: a Year
in the Wild
1/4. Autumn in Canada is a season
of miraculous transformation. Trees
a
stem the ?ow of sap to their leaves,
turning southern forests from vibrant
green into warm shades of gold and red.
To avoid the cold, three-quarters of
Canada?s birds head south, but larger
animals must remain. See page 102.
Series producer Tom Willis (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
9.00 New series. Rich House,
Poor House
1/10 Series 4. The Llewellyn family
from En?eld swap homes, budgets
a
and lives with the Hornans from
Rickmansworth. But although the two
families live just 20 miles away from
each other, their ?nancial circumstances
are worlds apart. See page 103.
Director Josie Wicks
Producers Josie Wicks and Duncan Cook (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 New. Big Brother
Highlights from the house. (S) (HD)
11.05 New. Big Brother?s Bit on
the Side
Presented by Rylan Clark-Neal. (S) (HD)
12 midnight New. SuperCasino (HD) 3.10am
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (S) (HD)
4.45 Wildlife SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor
(S) (SL) 5.35?6.00am Divine Designs (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
5 Select For listings see opposite page
BBC4 listings are overleaf
10.00 New. Celebrity Juice
4/12. John Barrowman, Lucy Fallon and
Suggs join in the fun on the cheeky game
show. Hosted by Keith Lemon. (S) (HD)
10.50 Family Guy
Series 4. Brian dates a teacher and Peter
becomes friends with actor James Woods.
11.20 Peter gets stranded on a desert island.
11.45 Series 3. Peter and Lois learn that
Meg is dating a naturist. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.15am American Dad!: double bill (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.10 Two and a Half Men (S) (HD) 1.35
Superstore (S) (AD) (HD) 2.05 Totally Bonkers
Guinness World Records (S) (HD) 2.15 Home
Shopping 5.45?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
ITV4
24
F?view 24 F?sat 117 Sky 120 Virgin 118 HD Virgin 178
6.00am The Chase (S) (HD) 6.45 Pawn
Stars: double bill (S) (HD) 7.30 Kojak (S) (HD)
8.30 Quincy (S) (HD) 9.30 Minder (S) 10.40
The Saint 11.45 The Avengers (S) (HD)
12.50pm Kojak (S) (HD) 1.50 Quincy (S) (HD)
2.50 Minder (S) (SL) 3.55 The Saint (S)
5.00 The Avengers (S) (HD)
6.05pm Cash Cowboys A man reveals an
impressive collection of dinosaur fossils. (S) (HD)
7.05 Pawn Stars The team values a ring that
once belonged to a famous gangster. (S) (HD)
7.30 Examining autographed memoirs of
the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. (S) (HD)
8.00 New. World Superbikes Action from
round 11 at Magny-Cours in France. (S) (HD)
9.00 FILM Octopussy ??? Spy adventure
starring Roger Moore. James Bond ?nds
himself pitted against Octopussy, a rich
businesswoman with her own private army and
an interest in priceless antiques. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
11.40 Football Genius Tim Vine hosts, with
team captains Paul Sinha and Sam Quek. (S) (HD)
12.10am The Avengers (S) (HD) 1.15 Quincy (S) (HD)
2.15 The Protectors 2.45?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
BBC News Freeview 231 Freesat 212 Sky 503 Virgin 601 Sky News Freeview 233 Freesat 202 Sky 501 Virgin 602
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A search for stolen antiques threatens
the lives of Mason and Wetherby. (S) (AD)
7.00 Murder, She Wrote
8.00 Vera
1/4 Series 8. Blood and Bone. The
no-nonsense detective investigates the
horrific circumstances surrounding the
charred human remains discovered in
an abattoir furnace. (S) (AD) (HD)
DCI Vera Stanhope
DS Aiden Healy
DC Kenny Lockhart
Dr Marcus Summer
DC Mark Edwards
Jesse Hennings
Hayley Fenton
Rita Fenton
Brenda Blethyn
Kenny Doughty
Jon Morrison
Kingsley Ben-Adir
Riley Jones
Ron Donachie
Tamla Kari
Carolyn Pickles
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10.00 Law & Order: UK
1/7 Series 1. Care. The evacuation of a
London hospital leads to the discovery of a
tragic death, but when a murder suspect is
arrested, the prosecutors have insufficient
evidence to build a case. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 2/7. Unloved. The search for a
teenage boy?s killer leads to a defence
strategy that challenges the whole
nature of the British legal system.
Guest-starring Dervla Kirwan. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am Grantchester: double bill (S) (AD)
(HD) 2.00?2.30am Nightscreen (HD)
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
ITVBe
26
F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am LittleBe 12 noon Be Tasty (S) (AD)
(HD) 12.10pm Fixer Upper (S) (HD) 1.10 The
Real Housewives of Potomac (S) (HD) 2.05
Million Dollar Listing: NYC (S) 3.15 The Real
Housewives of Beverly Hills (S) (HD) 4.10 The
Real Housewives of Orange County (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date Londoner Daisy
chooses three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Cake Wars A creation in celebration of
the movie How to Train Your Dragon. (S) (HD)
8.00 Dinner Date Jono from Tamworth
takes part in the matchmaking show. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Vanderpump Rules After a vicious
?ght with Stassi and Katie, Scheana has to
decide whether to still accompany them on
Stassi?s birthday trip. First shown on Lifetime (HD)
10.00 The Real Housewives of Cheshire
Rachel and Perla ?nally bury the hatchet,
and Hanna realises that an uneasy truce
could be coming to an end. (S) (HD)
11.00 New. Married to Medicine Reality
programme following women connected to
the world of medicine in Atlanta. (HD)
Michelle takes advantage of the fact that
the Germans think Ren� is dead. (S)
6.40 As Time Goes By
Lionel and Jean spend a nostalgic day in,
reliving their courtship days. (S)
7.20 Last of the Summer Wine
Howard has a gift for Marina?s garden. (S)
8.00 Inspector Alleyn Mysteries
Artists in Crime. The murder of a
model at a summer school for artists
leads the detective to encounter a painter
who he had met during a holiday. (S)
Chief Inspector Alleyn
Agatha Troy
Inspector Fox
Lady Alleyn
Katti Bostock
Julian Malmesley
Valmai Seacliff
Basil Pilgrim
Patrick Malahide
Belinda Lang
William Simons
Ursula Howells
Leslee Udwin
Piers Gibbon
Georgia Allen
Nick Reding
10.05 New Tricks
8/8 Series 3. Congratulations. A man
wrongly convicted of burning down a
school seeks Halford?s help in tracking
down the culprit. Standing meets a
woman who claims to be his daughter, but
Lane is not convinced she is telling the
truth. Hannah Waterman, Kevin Whately
and Joe Absalom guest-star. (S) (AD)
11.25 Ashes to Ashes
5/8 Series 1. Ray has to use all of his
macho charm when the members of the
team try to nail a major drugs dealer who
might be moving into the firearms trade. (S)
12.25am Classic EastEnders (S) 1.40
The Bill (S) 2.40?4.00am Lovejoy (S)
Dave
12
F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
7.10am MegaTruckers (HD) 8.00 American
Pickers (S) (HD) 9.00 Top Gear (S) (AD) 10.00
American Pickers: double bill (S) (HD)
1.00pm Sin City Motors (S) (HD)
2.00 Motorway Cops (S) (HD) 3.00 Steve
Austin?s Broken Skull Challenge (S) (HD)
4.00 Sin City Motors (S) (HD)
5.00pm Top Gear Double bill. (S) (AD)
7.00 American Pickers Frank buys one of
the greatest pieces he has ever seen. (HD)
8.00 Cops UK: Bodycam Squad The work
of the Nottinghamshire police force. (HD)
9.00 QI XL Trevor Noah, Jason Manford
and Sandi Toksvig join regular panellist Alan
Davies and presenter Stephen Fry. (S) (HD)
10.00 Red Dwarf 5/6 Series 12. Guest-starring
Call the Midwife?s Helen George. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.40 6/6. Rimmer looks for a dimension
where he is not such a giant loser. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.20 Mock the Week Miles Jupp guests. (S)
12 midnight?12.55am The Only Way Is Essex (S)
12 midnight Have I Got a Bit More News for You
(S) (HD) 1.00am QI XL (S) (HD) 2.15 Mock the
Week (S) (HD) 2.50 Parks and Recreation (S) (HD)
3.40?4.00am The Indestructibles (HD)
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
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Freeview 21 Freesat 129 Sky 141 Virgin 153
9.00am Catch a Contractor 9.20 CSI: NY (S)
11.05 Law & Order (S) 1.10pm Chicago PD (S)
2.05 CSI: NY (S) (AD) 3.05 Person of
Interest (S) 4.05 Law & Order (S)
6.05pm Castle 7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
9.00 New. Chicago PD Series 5. The team
tries to nail a gang of crystal-meth suppliers (S)
10.00 New. Grimm Series 5. Black Claw
tightens its grip on Portland First shown on W (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (S)
11.55 Criminal Minds: beyond Borders
discovers something unexpected
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Food Unwrapped (S) (HD) 9.30
Location, Location, Location (S) (HD) 10.30
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Four in a Bed (S) (HD) 3.10 Come
Dine with Me: from Colchester (S) (HD) 5.55
Kirstie and Phil?s Love It or List It (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00am Now That?s Funny! (S) 9.50 Gilmore
Girls (S) 11.30 FILM Seduced by a Stranger
?? Thriller starring Chandra West (S)
1.20pm FILM Stolen from the Womb ??
Crime drama (S) 3.05 FILM Driven Off the
Rails ??? Thriller (S) 4.55 FILM Arthur 2:
On the Rocks ? Romantic comedy (S)
The Strain 10.00pm Scientist Ephraim
6.55pm The Supervet
5 USA +1 F?view 56 (not 2-4am) F?sat 130 Sky 241 Virgin 185
7.10pm CSI: NY
A bulldog with multiple issues. (S) (HD)
7.55 Grand Designs
Converting a derelict church. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. Impossible Builds
12/21 Series 4. The hated owner of an
Upper East Side hotel is found dead. (S)
8.05 13/21. A student is killed when a
gun is thrown from a rooftop.
5 Star
30
Freeview 30 Freesat 131 Sky 128 Virgin 151
8.00am Last Man Standing 8.25 Dance
Moms (S) 10.05 Last Man Standing 11.05
Two and a Half Men 12 noon Police
Interceptors (S) 1.00pm Can?t Pay? We?ll
Take It Away (S) 3.00 Neighbours (S) (AD)
3.30 Home and Away (S) (AD) 4.00 My Wife
and Kids (S) 5.00 Two and a Half Men
6.00pm Neighbours Shown 5.30pm C5 (S) (AD)
6.30 New. Home and Away Rptd tomorrow
6pm C5 (S) (AD) 7.00 New. The Bachelorette
Australia 8.00 Psycho Pussies: When Cats
Attack (S) 9.00 New. Extreme Hair Wars 3/6
Series 2. Five teams must create a design for
perfect curls (S) 10.00 FILM Blitz ??
Crime thriller starring Jason Statham (W)
Ep 2. Charlie Luxton and Aidan Keane
meet a visionary couple who are building
a kit house on the Isle of Harris. (S) (AD) (HD)
7/23 Series 1. There?s a new vigilante in
Starling City. First shown on Sky 1
10.00 24 Hours in A&E
10.00 New series. The Strain
The team treats 19-year-old Billy who was
thrown from his motocross bike. (S) (AD) (HD)
1/13 Series 1. Horror about a viral outbreak,
starring Corey Stoll. First shown on W
12 midnight World?s Scariest Weather (S) 1.00am
World?s Wildest Holidays 2.00 as 7pm 3.00
Secret Admirer 3.50?4.00am Access
11.10 Eight out of Ten Cats Does
Countdown
11.00 Stephen King?s Nightmares
and Dreamscapes
5 Star +1 Freeview 55 Sky 228 Virgin 186
Johnny Vegas and Rhod Gilbert take on
Joe Wilkinson and Roisin Conaty. (S) (HD)
12.10am Jon Richardson and Rhod
Gilbert v Lee Mack and Rob Beckett. (S) (HD)
1.10 Impossible Builds (S) (AD) (HD) 2.15
Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (S) (HD)
3.15?3.55am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
More4 +1 Freeview 86 Freesat 125 Sky 236 Virgin 196
E4
28
F?view 28 F?sat 122 Sky 135 Virgin 106 HD Virgin 145
6.00am Hollyoaks Shown Tue/Wed 6.30pm C4
(AD) 7.00 2 Broke Girls (AD) 8.00 Baby
Daddy 9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Young &
Hungry (AD) 11.00 How I Met Your Mother (AD)
12 noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00pm
The Big Bang Theory (AD) 2.00 Melissa &
Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy 4.00 New Girl (AD)
5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine: double bill (AD)
6.00pm The Big Bang Theory (AD)
7.00 New. Hollyoaks Donna-Marie needs
money. Cast pp85/115 Rptd Fri 6.30pm C4 (AD)
7.30 The Posh Frock Shop A fashion
buyers? show descends into chaos. (AD)
8.00 Young Sheldon 21/22. George and
Mary try to bond with their other kids. (AD)
8.30 22/22. Meemaw is pursued by two
gentlemen callers. Richard Kind guests. (AD)
9.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. (AD)
10.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 21/22 Series 5
Terry helps Jake with his wedding chores. (AD)
10.30 22/22. Jake and Amy?s wedding is
jeopardised by a bomb threat. (AD)
11.00 The Big Bang Theory (AD)
9.00 New. Arrow
Autopsy Room Four. A paralysed but
conscious businessman is pronounced dead.
11.55 You Know They Got a Hell of a
Band. A town is haunted by dead rock stars.
12.55am Stephen King?s Nightmares and
Dreamscapes: two episodes 2.45 FILM
Stolen from the Womb ?? Crime drama
4.15 Gilmore Girls (S) 5.00 Neighbours (S)
(AD) 5.30?6.00am Home and Away (S) (AD)
Pick
11
Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Border Security 7.00 Highway Patrol 8.00
Police Force: Australia 9.00 Border Security USA
10.00 Nothing to Declare 11.00 The Flash 12 noon
Cold Case 1.00pm Blue Bloods 2.00 House 3.00
Border Security: America?s Front Line 4.00 Police
Force: Australia 5.00 Stargate Universe 6.00
Stargate SG-1 7.00 Stargate Atlantis 8.00 New.
The Flash First shown on Sky 1 9.00 New. Stan
Lee?s Lucky Man First shown on Sky 1 10.00
Murders That Shocked the Nation (AD) 11.00 Air
Ambulance ER 12 midnight Brit Cops 1.00am
Road Wars 2.00 Stop, Search, Seize 3.00 UK
Border Force 4.00 Highway Patrol 4.30 Highway
Cops (AD) 5.00?6.00am Nothing to Declare
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
61
Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
12 midnight Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00am
Gogglebox (SL) 2.05 First Dates (AD) 3.00
Celebs Go Dating (AD) 3.50 2 Broke Girls (AD)
4.35?6.00am How I Met Your Mother (AD)
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the
Prairie 8.00 Touched by an Angel 9.00 Highway to
Heaven 11.00 Little House on the Prairie 1.00pm
Hamish Macbeth 2.00 Cinderella 4.00 The Agatha
Christie Hour 5.00 Murder, She Wrote 6.00
Hamish Macbeth 7.00 M*A*S*H 8.00 Randall
and Hopkirk (Deceased) 9.00 Taggart 10.30
FILM Lies and Deception ? 12.30am Menendez:
a Killing in Beverly Hills 2.30?3.00am M*A*S*H
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
4seven
47
F?view 47 F?sat 127 Sky 137 Virgin 143 HD F?view 110
9.00am Find It, Fix It, Flog It 11.00 A New
Life in the Sun 12 noon Undercover Boss USA
2.00pm A Place in the Sun 4.00 Ramsay?s
Kitchen Nightmares USA 5.00 Everybody
Loves Raymond 6.30 Frasier (AD) 8.00 The
Supervet: double bill 4/8 Series 8 (AD) 9.00
Ep 4 Series 12 See choice, p92 Shown yesterday
8pm C4 10.00 Eight out of Ten Cats Does
Countdown 11.05 Gogglebox Ep 4 Series 12
(AD) 12.10am First Dates Hotel (AD) 2.15
Location, Location, Location 3.15 The People?s
Vet (AD) 4.20?4.50am Extreme Cake Makers
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
Horror Channel
70
Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
8.00am Hercules: the Legendary Journeys 9.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 10.00 Star Trek 11.00 FILM
Sinbad and the War of the Furies ?? Action
adventure 12.50pm Highlights 1.00 FILM The
Immortal Voyage of Captain Drake ?? Fantasy
2.50 Highlights 3.00 Lost in Space 4.00 FILM
500 MPH Storm ?? Thriller 5.50 Highlights
6.00 Star Trek 7.00 Star Trek: Enterprise 8.00
Under the Dome 9.00 FILM Drag Me to Hell
???? Sam Raimi?s supernatural shocker 10.55
FILM Seed of Chucky ??? Horror spoof
12.40am FILM Last Girl Standing ?? 2.35?
4.30am FILM Silent Night ?? Comedy horror
5 Spike
Freeview 31 Freesat 141 Sky 150 Virgin 154
9.00am Access 9.15 Police Interceptors
11.20 The Virginian: Men from Shiloh
12.55pm FILM The Battle of the V1 ??
Second World War drama starring Michael
Rennie and Patricia Medina (BW) 3.05 FILM
Cowboy ??? Western starring Glenn Ford
and Jack Lemmon. Review p44 5.00 The
A-Team: double bill 7.00 Police Interceptors
8.00 Traf?c Cops 9.00 Deep-Sea Super
Predator 10.00 World?s Most Shocking Sea
Monsters 11.00 Fights, Camera, Action!
12.05am The X-Files (AD) 12.55 Taken 1.50
Wynonna Earp 2.50?3.00am Access
54
Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
9.00am Access 9.10 Neighbours 9.35 Home
and Away 10.00 Secrets of the National Trust
with Alan Titchmarsh 11.00 The Dog Rescuers
with Alan Davies (S) 12 noon Bene?ts: Breadline
Britain 1.00pm Nightmare Tenants, Slum
Landlords 2.00 GPs: behind Closed Doors 4.00
The Yorkshire Vet 5.00 The Dog Rescuers with
Alan Davies 6.00 GPs: behind Closed Doors
8.00 The Yorkshire Vet 9.00 Casualty 24/7
10.00 Your Child in Their Hands: Kids? Hospital
11.00 Autopsy: Kurt Cobain (S) 12 midnight
Celebrity Botched Up Bodies (S) 1.00am Nightmare
Tenants, Slum Landlords 2.00 Bene?ts Britain: Life
on the Dole (S) 3.00?4.00am The Hotel Inspector
9.00am Diagnosis Murder 11.00 The High Chaparral
1.00pm Bonanza 2.00 Walker, Texas Ranger 3.00
NCIS 5.00 JAG 6.00 Diagnosis Murder 7.00
Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas Ranger 9.00
Scorpion 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 Ultimate
Force 12.05am Ultimate Force 1.10 Scorpion
2.05 JAG 3.05 The District 3.55 Walker, Texas
Ranger 4.45?6.00am Thunder in Paradise
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Freeview 71 (1-11pm) Freesat 134 Sky 147 Virgin 197
9.00am The High Chaparral 10.00 ER 11.00
Touched by an Angel 12 noon Judge Judy
1.00pm Dynasty 2.00 The Love Boat 3.00
Medium 4.00 Judge Judy 6.00 The Love Boat
7.00 CSI: Miami 8.00 ER: Lewis faces an unhappy
New Year 9.00 Medium 10.00 Dynasty
11.00 The Love Boat 12 midnight Judge Judy
1.00am ER 2.00 Medium 3.00 CSI: Miami 4.00
Touched by an Angel 5.00?6.00am JAG
Money
6.00am Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
8.00 Time Team (S) 10.00 Murder Maps (S)
11.00 Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD)
12 noon Time Team (S) 2.00pm Super
Tornado (S) 3.00 Swallowed by a Sinkhole (S)
(AD) 4.00 Murder Maps (S) 5.00 Abandoned
Engineering: ship graveyards (S) (AD)
6.00pm The Dambusters 7.00 Impossible
Engineering (S) (AD) 8.00 World War Weird:
crossword puzzles in a national newspaper
attract the attention of MI5 9.00 Ripping
Yarns: triple bill (S) 11.00 Murder Maps (S)
12 midnight Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD)
1.00am The Living Universe 2.00?3.00am
Who Do You Think You Are? (S) (AD)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
Really
17
Freeview 17 Freesat 160 Sky 142 Virgin 129
6.00am Posh Pawn 7.00 Home Shopping
8.00 Homes under the Hammer 10.00 Tipping
Point: double bill of the game show
12 noon Escape to the Country: double bill
2.00pm The Great British Bake Off (AD) 3.00
Homes under the Hammer 4.00 King?s Cross ER:
double bill 5.00 Ghost Adventures (AD)
6.00pm Antiques Road Trip: double bill 8.00
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 9.00 New. Inside the
Ambulance 10.00 New. Nightwatch: Emergency
after Dark 11.00 Inside the Ambulance 12 midnight
Crime Stories 1.00am Murder Made Me Famous
2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Paranormal Witness
4.50?6.00am Helicopter Heroes
Home
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7.00am Homes under the Hammer 8.00 Flog It!
9.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build 10.00 River Cottage
Spring 11.00 Wanted Down Under 12 noon
Income Property 1.00pm DIY SOS: the Big Build
2.00 Escape to the Country 3.00 Flog It! 4.00
Wanted Down Under 5.00 Homes under the
Hammer 6.00 Home Away from Home 7.00
River Cottage Spring 8.00 New. Income Property
9.00 Escape to the Country 10.00 My Dream
Home 11.00 Home of the Year 12 midnight Home
Away from Home 1.00am Homes under the
Hammer 1.50 Marbella Mansions (AD) 2.40 Our
House 3.30?4.00am Digging for Victory
Home +1 Sky 258 Virgin 282
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6.00am Wheeler Dealers 6.30 How It?s Made (AD)
(HD) 7.00 Football League (HD) 8.30 Chaos Caught
on Camera (HD) 9.00 Salvage Hunters ? Best Buys
(HD) 10.00 Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 11.00 How It?s
Made: Dream Cars (HD) 12 noon How It?s Made (HD)
1.00pm Gold Rush (HD) 2.00 Mega Shippers (HD)
3.00 Wheeler Dealers (HD) 4.00 Supertruckers
(HD) 5.00 How Do They Do It? (HD) 6.00 Wheeler
Dealers (AD) (HD) 7.00 Aussie Gold Hunters (HD)
8.00 Salvage Hunters (HD) 9.00 New. Fifth Gear
(HD) 10.00 Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars (HD) 11.00
History in the Making (HD) 11.30 World?s Deadliest
Drivers (HD) 12 midnight Wheeler Dealers 1.00am
Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 2.00 Supertruckers
(HD) 3.00 Destroyed in Seconds 4.00
Fantomworks (HD) 5.00?6.00am Overhaulin? (HD)
Quest +1 F?view 83 (7pm?4am) F?sat 168 Sky 244 Virgin 173
Challenge
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Freeview 46 Freesat 146 Sky 145 Virgin 139
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Freeview 39 Freesat 137 Sky 148 Virgin 192
CBS Drama
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
Freeview 37 Freesat 172 Sky 144 Virgin 172
HD Freeview 114 Freesat 167 Virgin 217
5 Spike +1 Sky 250
CBS Action
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Freeview 25 Freesat 166 Sky 158 Virgin 281
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Thursday Television
Impossible Builds 9.00pm Charlie
Luxton visits the Isle of Harris
12.55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: an
underground drag-racing group is linked to the
deaths of two teenagers (S) (AD) 1.50 Chicago PD
2.50 Chicago Fire (S) 3.50?4.00am Access
Sony Crime and PBS America listed overleaf.
Film4 and other Freeview movie channels: p110
6.00am Deal Or No Deal 7.30 Dale?s Supermarket
Sweep 8.00 Wheel of Fortune (AD) 9.00 Chase
USA (AD) 10.00 Family Fortunes 10.30 Play Your
Cards Right 11.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
12 noon Wheel of Fortune (AD) 1.00pm Catchphrase
(AD) 2.00 Family Fortunes 3.00 Play Your Cards Right
(AD) 3.30 The Chase (AD) 4.30 Deal or No Deal 6.00
The Cube 7.00 Celebrity Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
8.00 The Chase (AD) 10.00 Who Wants to Be a
Millionaire? 11.00 Bullseye 1.00am The Chase 3.00
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 4.00 Who Wants to Be
a Millionaire? (AD) 5.00?6.00am Chase Australia
Challenge +1 Freesat 147 Sky 245 Virgin 180
BBC
Parliament
232
Freeview 232 Freesat 201 Sky 504 Virgin 605
6.00am Conservative Party Conference 8.30
Today at Conference 9.00 Highlights 11.40 Live
Scottish Parliament 12 noon Live Scottish FMQs
12.45pm Highlights 2.30 Live Scottish Parliament
5.10 Scottish Parliament Committee 8.00 Today
at Conference 9.30 Conservative Party Conference
10.30 Welsh FMQs 12 midnight?6.00am Highlights
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Sick of It 10.00pm Karl?s
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Sky Atlantic
Sky Witness
Dr Christian: 12 Hours to
Cure Your Street 8.00pm
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Mrs Brown?s Boys 10.00pm
Grandad is alive and well
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Sky 106 Virgin 110 HD Virgin 109
Sky 108
Sky 107 Virgin 112 HD Virgin 111
Sky 109 Virgin 125 BT 311 HD Virgin 191 BT 383
Sky 110 BT 310 Virgin 124
6.00am Monkey Business (S) (AD)
7.00 Monkey Life (S) (AD) (HD) 8.00
Animal House (S) (AD) 9.00 RSPCA
Animal Rescue (S) (AD) 10.00 Modern
Family (HD) 11.00 Road Wars (HD)
12 noon Hawaii Five-0 (HD) 2.00pm
NCIS: Los Angeles (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
The Flash (HD) 5.00 The Simpsons
(S) (HD) 5.30 Futurama (S) (HD)
6.30pm The Simpsons Bart is
knocked down by Mr Burns?s car.
7.00 Homer fears he is dying.
7.30 Marge reminisces.
8.00 Bart offers a woman the
chance to live in his wardrobe.
8.30 Homer ends up coaching
the kids? lacrosse team. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. A League of Their
Own 6/8 Series 13. Guests include
Nicola Adams and Tom Davis. (HD)
10.00 New. Sick of It 3/6. Karl
books a holiday, but his hopes
of a quiet week are dashed. (HD)
10.30 New. 4/6. Karl and Norma
head to Eastbourne. See p103. (HD)
11.00 An Idiot Abroad 8/8 Series 1
Karl reflects on his travels. (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight A Discovery of
Witches (S) (HD) 1.00am Caribbean
Cops (S) (AD) 2.00 Most Shocking
(S) 3.00 Duck Quacks Don?t Echo
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.00 The Flash (S) (HD)
5.00?6.00am Futurama (S) (HD)
6.00am The Guest Wing (S) (AD)
(HD) 7.00 Fish Town (S) (HD) 8.00
Richard E Grant?s Hotel Secrets (S)
(AD) (HD) 9.00 The West Wing (S)
(HD) 11.00 House (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00pm Without a Trace (S) (HD)
2.00 Blue Bloods (HD) 3.00 The
West Wing (S) (HD) 5.00 House (HD)
7.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 6/17 Series 8
Grissom works with the FBI. (HD)
8.00 Blue Bloods 12/22 Series 8
Erin enlists his arch enemy, Danny,
to ?nd out who shot Anthony. (HD)
9.00 Succession 10/10. News of
a hostile takeover breaks.
See page 103. (S) (HD)
10.15 New. Ballers 8/10 Series 4
With the deal on the verge of
failure, Spencer takes a risk. (HD)
10.50 New. Insecure 8/8 Series 3
Comedy drama with Issa Rae. (HD)
11.25 Flight of the Conchords
5/10 Series 2. Jemaine accidentally
falls for an Australian girl. (S) (HD)
12 midnight 6/10. Jemaine and
Bret chase the same girl. (S) (HD)
12.35am Last Week Tonight with
John Oliver: satirical comedy (HD)
1.10 Ray Donovan (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 Entourage (S) (HD) 2.50
Succession (S) (HD) 4.05?6.00am
The West Wing (S) (HD)
6.00am Motorway Patrol (S) (HD)
7.00 Border Security: Canada?s
Front Line (S) (HD) 8.00 CSI: Crime
Scene Investigation (S) (HD) 9.00
Criminal Minds (S) (HD) 10.00
Elementary (S) (AD) (HD) 11.00 Air
Rescue (S) (HD) 11.30 The Real A&E
(S) (AD) (HD) 12 noon Police Force:
Australia (S) 1.00pm Police 10/7 (S)
2.00 Highway Patrol (S) (HD) 3.00
Motorway Patrol (S) 4.00 Border
Security: Canada?s Front Line (S)
(HD) 5.00 UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 New. My Kitchen Rules
South Africa Amateur cooks
invite judges into their homes. (HD)
8.00 Criminal Minds 25/26
Series 4. A serial killer leads the
team into Canada. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Instinct 7/13. Jasmine?s
friend?s death is investigated. (HD)
10.00 New. How I Caught the
Killer 4/10. A badly decomposed
body is found in a suitcase. (HD)
11.00 Elementary (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
1.00am Murders That Shocked the
Nation: double bill (S) (AD) (HD)
3.00 Grey?s Anatomy (HD) 4.00
Air Rescue (S) (HD) 4.30 The Real
A&E (S) (AD) (HD) 5.00?6.00am
UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.20am Extreme Makeover: Home
Edition (S) 7.00 My Dream Home
(S) (HD) 8.00 Tipping Point (S) (HD)
10.00 The Bill (S) 11.00
Supernanny US (S) 12 noon Tipping
Point (S) (HD) 1.00pm MasterChef
Australia (HD) 2.00 Extreme
Makeover: Home Edition (S) 3.00
My Dream Home (S) (HD) 5.00
Tipping Point: double bill (S) (HD)
7.00pm New. MasterChef
Australia The contestants are
split into two teams at the
Jacob?s Creek Winery. (HD)
8.00 New. Dr Christian:
12 Hours to Cure Your Street
The clinic visits one of Glasgow?s
poorest neighbourhoods. (HD)
9.00 One Born Every Minute
A teenage mother is supported by
friends online during labour. (S) (HD)
10.00 New. Sex, Knives and
Liposuction 3/3. Cherry Healey
visits a clinic in Brazil for
customers on low incomes. (HD)
11.00 Gavin & Stacey Nessa goes
into labour a month early. (S) (AD)
11.40 The gang is reunited
for Neil?s christening. (S) (AD)
12.20am Dr Christian Will See You
Now (S) (HD) 1.20 Honey I Bought
the House (S) (HD) 2.10?3.00am
Beauty and the Beast (S) (AD) (HD)
7.20am The Tommy Cooper Hour
8.05 The Piglet Files 8.40 Ever
Decreasing Circles (S) 9.20 Last of the
Summer Wine (S) 11.20 Are You Being
Served? (S) 12 noon Hi-de-Hi! (S)
12.40pm Ever Decreasing Circles (S)
1.20 dinnerladies (S) (AD) 2.00 Only
Fools and Horses (S) (AD) 2.40 Last of
the Summer Wine (S) 4.40 Are You
Being Served? (S) 5.20 Hi-de-Hi! (S)
6.00pm dinnerladies (S) (AD)
6.40 Only Fools and Horses
The Trotters become rivals. (S) (AD)
7.20 Dad?s Army The men use
up all their ammunition. (S)
8.00 The platoon takes charge of
a large naval gun. (S)
8.40 The Good Life Tom takes
the law into his own hands. (S) (AD)
9.20 Jerry has a dilemma. (S) (AD)
10.00 Mrs Brown?s Boys The family
awaits the fruits of its fraud. (S)
10.40 Little Britain (S) (AD)
11.20 Harry En?eld and Chums
Stan and Pam flash their cash. (S) (AD)
12 midnight The League of
Gentlemen: a hiker visits Royston
Vasey (S) 12.40am Christmas TOTP2
Special 2.20 Knowing Me, Knowing
You...with Alan Partridge (S) 2.55
Limmy?s Show 3.20?4.00am
The Tommy Cooper Hour
Sky 1 +1 Sky 206
Sky Atlantic +1 Sky 208
Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
W +1 Sky 209 Virgin 131
Gold +1 Sky 210 Virgin 190
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Sky Arts
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Sky 2
Syfy
TLC
Comedy Central
Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
Sky 123 Virgin 121
Sky 114 Virgin 135 BT 319 HD Virgin 165 BT 375
Sky 140 Virgin 167 BT 323 HD Virgin 168 BT 377
Sky 112 Virgin 132 BT 307 HD Virgin 181 BT 370
6.00am Leonard Bernstein: Larger
than Life (S) (HD) 7.00 Disney?s
Broadway Hits (S) (HD) 9.00
Auction (S) (HD) 10.00 Tales of the
Unexpected (S) 10.30 National Trust:
National Treasures (S) (AD) (HD) 11.45
Hollywood: Singing and Dancing (S)
(AD) 1.00pm Discovering: John Wayne
(S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 The Adventurers
of Modern Art (S) (HD) 3.00
Tales of the Unexpected (S) 3.30
National Trust: National Treasures
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.45 Hollywood:
Singing and Dancing (S) (AD)
6.00pm Discovering: Charlton
Heston A pro?le of the Oscarwinning star of Ben-Hur. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Treasures of the British
Library Scottish violinist Nicola
Benedetti uncovers works from
Elgar and Beethoven. (HD)
8.00 Meat Loaf Live with the
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
A 2004 concert by the singer. (HD)
9.00 New. Discovering Film
A portrait of Peter Finch. (HD)
10.00 The History of Comedy
How comedians and writers have
found creative ways to abide by
network censors? rules.
11.00 The Zen Diaries of Garry
Shandling An intimate portrait of
the iconic comedian. (S) (HD)
1.45am The Art of Drumming (HD)
3.00 Discovering: Phil Collins (S)
(AD) (HD) 3.30 Discovering Film
(HD) 4.30 Tales of the Unexpected
(S) 5.00?6.00am Auction (S) (HD)
6.00am Relic Hunter (S) 7.00
Supergirl (S) 8.00 The Flash (S)
9.00 60-Minute Makeover 10.00
The Biggest Loser: Australia (S)
11.30 My Kitchen Rules South
Africa 12.30pm Animal House (S)
(AD) 1.00 Animal 999 (S) (AD)
2.00 Relic Hunter (S) 3.00
Stargate SG-1 (S) 5.00 Supergirl (S)
6.00pm The Flash 11/23 Series 3
HR?s past catches up with him
when a bounty hunter named
Gypsy arrives in Central City. (S)
7.00 A Town Called Eureka
7/20 Series 4. Henry ?irts with
Grace, but the romance is put on
hold when people in the town
start turning to stone. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 5/24
Series 7. Anthony DiNozzo joins
forces with the LA team when a
prisoner escapes custody during a
?ight from Singapore. (S)
9.00 The Last Ship Ep 3 Series 5
A US naval crew discover that 80
per cent of the planet?s population
has been wiped out while they
have been in the Arctic.
10.00 S.W.A.T. 13/22. Jessica
faces a tough decision when
Michael Plank catches her and
Hondo together. A mistake
throws Jim into the spotlight.
12 midnight A League of Their
Own 1.00am Sick of It: Karl books
a holiday alone 2.00 Ross Kemp:
Extreme World (S) (AD) 3.00 Most
Shocking (S) 4.00 Hawaii Five-0 (S)
5.00?6.00am Relic Hunter (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 Merlin 1.00pm
Stitchers 2.00 FILM Tornado
Warning ? Sci-? disaster movie
starring Kari Wuhrer 4.00 Merlin
6.00pm Star Trek: the Next
Generation 21/26 Series 1
The crew members ?nd
themselves under attack from a
sophisticated weapons system
while searching for a missing ship.
7.00 22/26. Two alien races go
to war over a consignment of drugs
that one of them desperately
needs in order to survive.
8.00 Stitchers 3/10 Series 3
Kirsten and Cameron?s
relationship interferes with her
ability to stitch. Linus and Camille
move on with their love lives.
9.00 Midnight, Texas 3/10
Several deadly vampires who
arrive in town are eager to reunite
with Lem, but Manfred suspects
there is more to their appearance.
10.00 4/10. Manfred?s ability
to see the dead leads him to
uncover an ancient supernatural.
11.00 Derailed ?
Action thriller starring
Jean-Claude Van Damme as
a government agent assigned to
protect a train carrying biological
weapons from terrorists.
1.00am Merlin 3.00 Stitchers
4.00?6.00am Buffy the Vampire
Slayer: two episodes
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Say Yes to the Dress (HD)
7.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD)
8.00 Cake Boss (HD) 9.00 Little
People, Big World (HD) 11.00 My Four
Wives (HD) 1.00pm 90 Day Fianc� (HD)
2.00 Property Brothers: Linda and
Drew Say I Do (AD) (HD) 3.00 Curvy
Brides (HD) 4.00 Say Yes to the Dress:
Bridesmaids (HD) 5.00 Say Yes to the
Dress (HD) 6.00 Say Yes to the Dress:
Atlanta (HD) 7.00 Say Yes to the Dress:
UK (HD) 8.00 New series. Little Life on
the Prairie (HD) 9.00 New. Unexpected
(HD) 10.00 Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour
(HD) 11.00 Gypsy Brides US (AD) (HD)
12 midnight as 8pm 1.00am as 9pm
2.00 as 10pm 3.00 Curvy Brides (HD)
4.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Cake Boss (HD)
8.00am My Wife and Kids (S) (HD)
9.00 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S)
10.00 Scrubs (S) 11.00 Friends (S)
(AD) (HD) 1.00pm Gilmore Girls (HD)
2.00 Friends (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
Impractical Jokers (S) (HD) 5.00
Fresh off the Boat (S) (HD) 6.00
Friends (S) (AD) (HD) 8.00 FILM
Grown Ups ?? Adam Sandler stars
(S) (HD) 10.00 Roast Battle (HD)
10.30 New. South Park (HD) 11.00
The Roast of Donald Trump (S) (HD)
TLC +1 Sky 240 Virgin 169
Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
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Instinct 9.00pm Dylan and
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Lifetime
12.30am Impractical Jokers (HD) 1.00
Roast Battle (HD) 1.30 South Park (S)
(HD) 2.30 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S)
3.25 The Cleveland Show (S) (HD) 3.50
New. The Daily Show (HD) 4.15?5.00am
Malcolm in the Middle (S) (HD)
Sony Crime
40
Sky 164 Virgin 208 BT 329 HD Virgin 209 BT 384
Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 8.00
Hardcore Pawn (HD) 9.00 Property
Brothers (HD) 10.00 Masters of Flip
(HD) 11.00 Judge Judy (HD)
1.00pm Hardcore Pawn (HD) 2.00
Vanderpump Rules (HD) 3.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey
(HD) 4.00 Dance Moms (HD) 5.00
I Can Make You a Supermodel (HD)
7.00 Judge Judy (HD) 9.00 New.
Arranged (HD) 10.00 Seven Year
Switch Australia (HD) 11.00 Hardcore
Pawn (HD) 12 midnight Arranged (HD)
7.00am Fatal Vows 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 11.00 Fear Thy Neighbour
12 noon Fatal Vows 1.00pm
Snapped 3.00 Hustle 4.00 The
Glades 5.00 Person of Interest
6.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation: double bill. The team
investigates the abduction of a boy
and his nanny, and a student who ran
a blog exposing scandalous behaviour
is found dead 8.00 Hustle 9.00
Person of Interest 10.00 Bizarre
Murders 10.30 Deadly Women
1.00am My Crazy Ex (HD) 2.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey (HD)
3.00?4.00am Dance Moms (HD)
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
12.30am Killer Kids 1.30 Bizarre
Murders 2.00 Fatal Vows
3.00?4.00am 48 Hours: Mystery
Sony Crime +1 F?view 60 (9pm-6am) Sky 257
Key (S) Subtitles (SL) Signing (AD) Audio description (HD) High de?nition (W) Widescreen
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
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THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER
CHILDREN?S
Milkshake! on C5
Full listings for Channel 5 are on p106
NCIS 6.00pm Tony and Kate
are on the trail of a fugitive
Universal TV
The Doctor Blake Mysteries
9.00pm Lucien is in Ballarat
Alibi
American Horror Story
10.00pm Cordelia Goode
Ultimate Ninja Challenge
10.00pm Survival missions
Fox
Discovery
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am Sea Patrol 9.00 Major
Crimes 12 noon Law & Order
2.00pm CSI: Miami 5.00 NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 15/23 Series 1
Gibbs entrusts Kate and Tony with
the task of ?nding his former
commanding of?cer, who has
gone on the run rather than face
charges of killing a marine.
7.00 16/23. Ducky, Gerald and
Kate are taken hostage by a
gunman who demands evidence
relating to a recent shooting.
8.00 17/23. The team
investigates the killing of a US
Marine, and tries to determine
whether the crime is related to
an alleged case of blackmail.
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 14/23 Series 3
Benson and Fin investigate the
case of a woman found raped and
murdered underneath a ?yover.
10.00 15/23. Stabler races against
the clock to prove a serial killer on
death row is responsible for the
rape and murder of another woman.
11.00 16/23. Stabler?s wife tells
him about a teenage rape victim
at the local hospital who is too
frightened to go to the police.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 2.00am Law & Order
4.00?5.00am Numb3rs
7.10am Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S)
8.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries (S) (HD) 9.00 Murdoch
Mysteries (S) (HD) 10.00 The
Guardian (HD) 11.00 Sue Thomas:
F.B.Eye (S) 12 noon Castle (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.00pm Father Brown (S) (AD)
(HD) 2.00 The Coroner (S) (AD)
3.00 Murdoch Mysteries (S) (HD)
4.00 Rosewood (S) (HD)
5.00pm Rizzoli & Isles 12/15
Series 2. Maura is romanced by
Jane?s brother. (S) (AD) (HD)
6.00 13/15. A former classmate
is found dead at Jane?s
high-school reunion. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 The Coroner 3/10 Series 1
The mayor is found dead. (S) (AD)
8.00 Father Brown 8/10 Series 1
The priest investigates a murder at
a charity treasure hunt. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 The Doctor Blake Mysteries
6/10 Series 2. A cof?n is dropped
? revealing not one, but two
bodies. (S) (HD)
10.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries 1/13 Series 2. Phryne
goes under cover. (S) (HD)
11.00 Rosewood 6/22 Series 1
Hornstock becomes the prime
suspect in a murder. (S)
12 midnight as 5pm
1.55?4.00am Judge John Deed (S)
8.00am Leverage (HD) 9.00 Bull:
client Elliott Miles is found guilty of
murder (HD) 10.00 Monk (HD)
11.00 The Mentalist (HD) 1.00pm
NCIS (S) (HD) 3.00 Monk (HD)
5.00pm The Mentalist 14/24
Series 4. A woman looks set to be
convicted of murder, but Jane
believes she is innocent. (HD)
6.00 15/24. A woman convicted of
murdering her husband is enlisted
to help Jane catch a killer. (HD)
7.00 NCIS 12/24 Series 12
The kidnapping of an American
social worker in Syria is linked
to a US citizen. (S) (HD)
8.00 13/24. The team
investigates when a gay navy
lieutenant is murdered. (S) (HD)
9.00 Prison Break 9/9 Series 5
Michael and the gang face a ?nal
showdown with Poseidon. (HD)
10.00 New. American Horror
Story Ep 2 Series 8. The world,
as it is currently known, ends. (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 7. Stewie
begins working out at the gym.
11.30 Brian learns his former
girlfriend is getting married.
12 midnight American Dad!
1.00am Family Guy 2.00
American Dad! 3.00 Family Guy
4.00?5.00am American Dad!
6.00am How It?s Made (HD) 7.00
Outback Truckers (HD) 8.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 11.00 Fast ?n? Loud
(HD) 12 noon Close Encounters (HD)
1.00pm Edge of Alaska (HD) 2.00
Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD) 3.00
Mighty Ships (HD) 4.00 Gold Divers
(HD) 5.00 Gold Rush (HD)
6.00pm Fast ?n? Loud Lastminute problems threaten Richard?s
Barrett-Jackson auction plans. (HD)
7.00 Outback Truckers Sludge
takes a white-knuckle ride up a
mountain with an angry load. (HD)
8.00 Wheeler Dealers Mike and
Edd revisit a variety of cars. (HD)
9.00 New. Alaskan Bush People
A bear destroys Bam?s beehives. (HD)
10.00 New series. Ultimate Ninja
Challenge Nine warriors face a
series of survival missions. (HD)
11.00 How It?s Made How
mountain bikes and lever-action
ri?es are manufactured. (HD)
11.30 How saunas and wheelchair
lifts are manufactured. (HD)
12 midnight American Chopper
(HD) 1.00am Gold Rush: White
Water (HD) 2.00 Ultimate Ninja
Challenge (HD) 3.00 Alaskan Bush
People (HD) 3.50 Fast ?n? Loud (AD)
(HD) 4.40 Wheeler Dealers (AD) (HD)
5.30?6.00am How It?s Made (HD)
Universal TV +1 Sky 213 Virgin 138
Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
PBS America
94
F?view (HD only) 94 F?sat 155 Sky 160 Virgin 276
8.00am Doolittle?s Raiders: a Final
Toast 9.15 Jazz 10.30 Memories
of D-Day 11.35 Doolittle?s Raiders:
a Final Toast 12.45pm The Scots
Who Fought Franco 1.50 Jazz
3.10 Memories of D-Day 4.20
Doolittle?s Raiders: a Final Toast
5.35pm The Scots Who Fought
Franco 1/2. Exploring the role
Scots played in the Spanish Civil
War, using archive interviews to
tell the stories of those who
fought between 1936 and 1939.
6.45 Jazz As the Depression
continued jazz provided welcome
relief for the masses. Benny
Goodman performed the ?rst jazz
concert at the Carnegie Hall and
Ella Fitzgerald, despite widespread
sexual discrimination, became a
leading exponent of the style.
8.00 The Scots Who Fought
Franco 2/2. Shedding further
light on the lives of Scottish
soldiers who fought in the Spanish
Civil War. Archive interviews are
used to detail the exploits of Scots
who joined the International
Brigade. David Hayman narrates.
9.05 Lancaster: Reunion of
Giants A mission to have two
Avro Lancaster Bombers ?ying
side by side for the ?rst time in
50 years, with one of the planes
?ying to England from Ontario.
10.55 The Scots Who Fought
Franco As 8pm.
11.55?2.00am Lancaster:
Reunion of Giants As 9.05pm
Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Aircraft Stories 7.00 Chris
Barrie?s Massive Machines 9.00 Top
Tens 10.00 Cold War Armageddon
12 noon Aircraft Stories 1.00pm
Chris Barrie?s Massive Machines
3.00 Top Tens of Warfare 4.00
Cold War Armageddon 5.00
JFK: inside the Target Car
6.00pm World War II in Colour
Hitler?s plans to push his forces into
the Soviet Union, beginning with the
launch of Operation Barbarossa.
7.00 Killer Tanks How America
built more than 6,000 Grant M3
tanks in less than 15 months.
8.00 Treasure Quest The
Odyssey Explorer crew play cat
and mouse with rivals in an effort
to disguise their discovery of a
wreck with brass cannons.
9.00 HMS Ark Royal The crew
calls in a massive naval tanker to
help refuel the vessel en route to
the world?s largest naval base. (AD)
10.00 Waco Cult: Crimes of
the Century Recalling the Branch
Davidians, the cult led by David
Koresh that came to a ?ery end in
1993 at its compound in Texas.
11.00 World War II in Colour
As 6pm.
12 midnight The World?s Strangest
UFO Stories 1.00am Treasure
Quest 2.00 Cold War Armageddon
3.00 JFK: inside the Target Car
4.00 Top Tens of Warfare
5.00?6.00am World War II in Colour
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
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History
Nat Geographic
Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am American Pickers (HD) 7.00
The Curse of Oak Island (HD) 8.00
Pawn Stars (HD) 9.00 Ancient Aliens
(HD) 10.00 WW2 Treasure Hunters
(HD) 11.00 Forged in Fire (HD)
12 noon Mountain Men Special: Man
v Winter (HD) 1.00pm Pawn Stars (HD)
2.00 American Pickers (HD) 4.00
Storage Wars (HD) 6.00 Forged in
Fire (HD) 7.00 American Pickers (HD)
8.00 The Curse of Oak Island (HD)
9.00 New. Forged in Fire 10.00
Forged in Fire: Cutting Deeper (HD)
11.00 Ancient Aliens (HD) 12 midnight
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
8.00am Strippers: Cars for Cash
(S) (AD) 9.00 Car SOS (HD) 10.00
Extreme Mechanics Alaska (HD) 11.00
Filthy Riches (HD) 12 noon Yukon
Gold (HD) 1.00pm Ultimate Airport
Dubai (HD) 2.00 Banged Up Abroad
(HD) 3.00 Air Crash Investigation
(HD) 5.00 Wicked Tuna (HD) 6.00
Highway thru Hell (HD) 7.00 Car SOS
(HD) 8.00 New. Drain the Oceans
(HD) 9.00 New. WW2 Hell under the
Sea (HD) 10.00 War Heroes of the
Skies (HD) 11.00 Nazi Megastructures
Six (HD) 1.00am The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 2.00 Homicide Hunter (HD) 3.00
Ancient Aliens (HD) 4.00 Forged in Fire
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Storage Wars (HD)
(HD) 12 midnight War Heroes of the
Skies (HD) 1.00am World War II: the
Apocalypse (HD) 2.00 Banged Up Abroad
(HD) 3.00 Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
4.00?5.00am Yukon Gold (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Animal Planet
Eden
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
6.00am Treehouse Masters (HD) 7.00
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 8.00 Dr Jeff
(HD) 9.00 Tanked (HD) 10.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 11.00 In Search of the Giant
Anaconda (HD) 12 noon Killer Whales
(HD) 1.00pm Daniel and Our Cats 2.00
White Lions 3.00 China?s Last Elephants
(HD) 4.00 Tanked (HD) 5.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 6.00 Dr Jeff (HD) 7.00
Wildest Arctic (HD) 8.00 Alaska (HD)
9.00 Monsters inside Me (HD) 10.00
Animal Cops Houston (HD) 11.00 Pit
Bulls and Parolees (HD) 12 midnight
Monsters inside Me (HD) 1.00am Animal
Cops Houston (HD) 2.00 Wildest Arctic
(HD) 3.00 Dodo Heroes (HD) 3.50
Monsters inside Me (HD) 4.40 E-Vets:
the Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Gardening
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
9.00am Dog?s Best Friend (S)
10.00 as 5pm 11.00 Yellowstone
(S) 12 noon Close Up with Hippos
1.00pm Dog?s Best Friend (S) 2.00
as 5pm 3.00 as 8pm 4.00 Dog?s
Best Friend (S) 5.00 Gordon
Buchanan: Elephant Family and Me
6.00 Yellowstone (S) 7.00 Close
Up with Hippos 8.00 The Brain
with David Eagleman (S) (AD) 9.00
Polar Bear Town (S) (AD) 10.00
Yellowstone (S) 11.00 Close Up with
Hippos 12 midnight Polar Bear Town
(S) (AD) 1.00am as 8pm 2.00 Dog?s
Best Friend (S) 3.00 as 5pm 3.50
Yellowstone (S) 4.40 as 8pm
5.30?6.00am Dog?s Best Friend
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special: We?re All
Friends 6.20 Baby Jake 6.30 Yakka
Dee! 6.35 Twirlywoos 6.45 Raa Raa the
Noisy Lion 7.00 Postman Pat 7.15 Bing
7.25 Tee and Mo 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.45 Peter Rabbit 8.00 Go Jetters
8.10 Octonauts 8.20 Biggleton 8.35
Justin?s House 9.00 Olobob Top 9.05
Pablo 9.15 New. Numberblocks 9.20
Kit & Pup 9.25 Bing 9.35 Twirlywoos
9.45 as 1.45pm 10.05 New. Teletubbies
10.20 Patchwork Pals 10.25 Alphablocks
10.30 Let?s Play 10.50 Mister Maker
11.10 Get Well Soon 11.25 My Pet and
Me 11.40 Show Me Show Me 12 noon
My World Kitchen 12.15pm Old Jack?s
Boat 12.30 Nelly & Nora 12.35 Tee
and Mo 12.45 Melody 1.00 Olobob Top
1.05 Pablo 1.15 Numberblocks 1.20 Kit
& Pup 1.25 Bing 1.35 Twirlywoos 1.45
Something Special 2.05 Teletubbies
2.20 Patchwork Pals 2.25 Alphablocks
2.30 Let?s Play 2.50 Kazoops 2.55
Our Family 3.10 Stargazing 3.25
Swashbuckle 3.50 Hey Duggee 4.00
School of Roars 4.05 Messy Goes to
OKIDO 4.20 Peter Rabbit 4.30 Do You
Know? 4.45 Bitz & Bob 5.00 Rastamouse
5.10 Go Jetters 5.25 Apple Tree House
5.40 Topsy and Tim 5.50 Sarah &
Duck 6.00 Clangers 6.10 Abney & Teal
6.20 In the Night Garden...
6.50?7.00pm CBeebies Bedtime
Stories: a tale for younger viewers
CBBC
Thursday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Mofy 6.05 Peppa Pig 6.10
Peppa Pig 6.15 Peppa Pig 6.20 Luo
Bao Bei 6.35 The Secret Life of
Puppies 6.40 New. Wissper 6.45
Noddy: Toyland Detective 7.00 Thomas
& Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!
7.10 Fireman Sam 7.20 Shane the
Chef 7.35 Peppa Pig: double bill
7.55 Ben and Holly 8.05 Paw Patrol
8.25 New. Floogals 8.40 Shimmer
and Shine 8.55 Ben and Holly
9.05?9.15am Peppa Pig
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.20 Sketchy Comedy 7.25
Danger Mouse 7.40 Newsround 7.45
Odd Squad 8.00 Class Dismissed 8.15
Newsround 8.25 Marrying Mum and
Dad 8.50 The Dumping Ground
1.40pm Jamie Johnson 2.10 Marrying
Mum and Dad 2.35 The Next Step
3.00 Dennis & Gnasher Unleashed
3.10 OOglies Funsize 3.15 Now You
See It 3.25 Strange Hill High 3.50
Horrible Histories: Gory Games 4.20
Newsround 4.30 So Awkward: double
bill 5.30 New. Blue Peter: Dazzling
Diamonds and Super Science
6.00pm Danger Mouse 6.15 The
Deep: 6.35 Zig and Zag 6.50 Scream
Street: the story of a regular teenager
with the werewolf gene 7.00 Horrible
Histories: gruesome events and
characters from the past 7.30 Blue
Peter: Dazzling Diamonds and Super
Science 8.00 Young Dracula: comedy
drama following Count Dracula and his
two children as they set up home in
Britain 8.30?9.00pm So Awkward
CITV
203
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Looped 6.25 The Bagel and
Becky Show 6.55 The Powerpuff Girls
7.50 Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man vs The
Sinister 6 8.20 Fangbone 8.50 Nerds
& Monsters 9.20 Mission Employable
9.25 Signed Stories 9.30 Wishfart
10.00 Dino Dana 10.30 The Bagel and
Becky Show 10.45 Looped 11.15
Fangbone 11.45 Mr Bean: the Animated
Series 12.15pm Horrid Henry 12.45
Fort Boyard 1.45 Drop Dead Weird 2.15
Super 4 2.45 Dino Dana 3.10 The
Bagel and Becky Show 3.25 Wishfart
4.00 ToonMarty 4.30 Ben 10 5.00
The Haunted Hathaways 5.30 NinjaGo
6.00 Pok閙on: Sun and Moon 6.25
Max Steel 6.55 Mr Bean: the Animated
Series 7.25 Horrid Henry 7.55 The
Bagel and Becky Show 8.25 Wishfart
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
Plant bulbs now for spring surprises
YOUR RT P148
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THURSDAY Films & Sport
FREEVIEW
Discover ilm
The best of Sky, iPlayer, Net?ix and beyond
Film4
Premiere
15
F?view 15 F?sat 300 Sky 313 Virgin 428 HD Virgin 429
11.00am Retreat, Hell! ?? Korean War
drama. Frank Lovejoy, Richard Carlson (1952) (S)
12.55pm The Devil at Four o?Clock ???
Watchable hokum set on a volcanic island
in the Paci?c. Spencer Tracy, Frank Sinatra (1961, PG) (S)
3.35 Warlock ???? Impressive western.
Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Anthony Quinn (1959, U) (S)
6.00pm The Abyss ??? A deep-sea
drilling crew is contacted by an unusual
life form in this absorbing sci-? thriller.
Television Thursday
Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (1989, 15) (S)
8.50 Joy Interview Special (S)
9.00 i Joy ???? Fizzy feminist
dramedy starring Jennifer Lawrence
as the real-life inventor of the Miracle
Mop. Film of the day, page 44; Choice,
left. Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro (2015, 12) (S) (AD)
You couldn?t make it up
p Joy 1111 9.00pm Film4
FREEVIEW
The mop?s for real ? all 300ft of its continuous cotton ?bre
head ? but this ?true-life? story about Joy Mangano and her
Miracle Mop doesn?t quite come clean about the inventor?s
background. Did Joy forgo university to raise her siblings?
No. Did her mother do little more than watch daytime
soaps? No. Did Joy have a jealous half-sister? Absolutely
not. Nevertheless, Mangano loved David O Russell?s ?lm
(see review, p44). Don?t sell the sausage, sell the sizzle,
as they say in ad land, and clearly Mangano is a great
self-publicist as well as inventor. STEVE MORRISSEY
11.25 The Transporter 2 ??? Jason
Statham returns in this frenetic action sequel
that sees him try to rescue a kidnapped
child. Alessandro Gassman, Amber Valletta (2005, 15) (S)
1.10?3.05am Ninja III: the Domination
?? Exploitative martial arts action horror.
Lucinda Dickey, Sho Kosugi (1984, 15) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
32
Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am Christie?s Revenge ?? Crime
drama. (2007) 11.05 The Boy She Met Online
?? Thriller. (2010) 1.00pm Hannah?s Law ??
Western. (2012) 2.50 Dawn Anna ?? Drama.
Debra Winger (2005, PG) 4.40 Autumn in New
York ? Romantic drama. Richard Gere (2000, 15)
6.45pm The Last Song ??? Sweet
drama. Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, Bobby Coleman (2010, PG)
9.00 Pretty Woman ???? Winning
romantic comedy. Richard Gere, Julia Roberts (1990, 15)
11.30 Little Miss Sunshine ????
Oscar-winning comedy. Review, p44. Greg
Kinnear, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Alan Arkin, Abigail Breslin (2006, 15)
1.40am The Devil?s Own ?? Thriller. Harrison
Ford, Brad Pitt, Treat Williams (1997, 15) 3.55?6.00am
Autumn in New York ? As 4.40pm
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
A timeless classic
Gone with the Wind 5 4.40pm TCM
Forever dividing critics, this American Civil War epic will
remain an audience favourite for all time. A war picture with
a beating female heart, thanks to the bestselling source novel
by Margaret Mitchell, it was, in 1939, the most expensive
?lm ever made. Key to its enduring appeal is Vivien Leigh?s
Scarlett O?Hara, a wilful but resourceful southern heroine
who meets her match in Clark Gable?s raf?sh Rhett Butler.
Where?s the slavery, you could ask. But this isn?t a history
lesson, it?s a love story, and one of the best. ANDREW COLLINS
FilmStruck in October
FilmStruck is currently
offering a 14-day free trial
to its subscription service,
allowing you to sample its
curated selection of homegrown, Hollywood and
world cinema. Among the
new titles this month are
council-estate drama Fish
Tank, salesmen-in-crisis
chamber piece Glengarry
Glen Ross (pictured) and a
focus on French directors
Louis Malle and Agn鑣
Varda. JAMIE HEALY
110
SAVE with a fantastic
48
Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Night Song ??? Drama. Dana Andrews
(1947, U) 8.00 The Whip Hand ??? Thriller.
Elliott Reid (1951) 9.35 The Boy with Green Hair
??? Fantasy. Robert Ryan (1948, U) 11.10 Station
West ??? Western. Dick Powell (1948, PG) 1.05pm
You?re Jinxed Friend, You?ve Met
Sacramento ?? Western. Ty Hardin (1972) 2.55
The Avengers 3.55 The Last Blitzkrieg ?
War drama. Van Johnson (1958) 5.40 Mission to
Death ?? Second World War adventure. (1966)
7.10pm United Biographical drama.
9.00 Maximum Security ?? Action
thriller. Dolph Lundgren, Corbin Bernsen (2017, 15)
10.50 Code of Honour ?? Steven Seagal
action thriller. Craig Sheffer, James Russo (2016, 15)
12.55am Flight of Black Angel ???
Thriller. (1991, 15) 2.55?4.00am Modern Missiles
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
Talking Pictures TV
81
Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am Cloak without Dagger ?? Mystery.
Philip Friend (1955, U) 7.20 Hawkeye & the Last of
the Mohicans (S) 8.00 The Reluctant Bride
?? Comedy. John Carroll (1955, PG) 9.30 Death
Drums along the River ?? Crime mystery.
(1963, PG) 11.10 Jassy ??? Period drama. (1947, PG)
1.10pm Sky West and Crooked ???
Romantic drama. Hayley Mills (1965, PG) 3.15 The
Green Man ???? Comedy. Alastair Sim (1956, PG)
4.55 Terminus 5.30 Turn of Fate
6.00pm Last Holiday ??? Heart-warming
British comedy drama. Alec Guinness (1950, U)
8.00 Gideon?s Way Crime drama.
9.00 They Were Sisters ??? Melodrama.
Review, p44. Phyllis Calvert, James Mason (1945, U)
11.20 Belle Starr ?? Western. Randolph Scott
(1941) 1.05am Rattle of a Simple Man ??
Comedy drama. (1964, 15) 3.00 The Spiritualist
??? Film noir horror. (1948) 4.35 The Big
Valley 5.35?6.00am Fully Fitted Freight
(
Hits
Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am As 5.50pm 8.05 As 8pm
10.25 As 10.20pm 12.05pm
Beauty and the Beast ??
Fantasy. Vincent Cassel, L閍 Seydoux (2014)
2.10 Insidious: the Last Key
??? Horror. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye
(2018, 15) 4.10 Social Animals ??
Comedy. Noel Wells, Josh Radnor (2018, 15)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
7.20am The Shanghai Job ??
Action thriller. Orlando Bloom (2017, 15)
9.10 Inconceivable ?? Thriller.
Nicolas Cage (2017, 15) 11.10 Baby Driver
As 7pm 1.10pm Alien: Covenant
As 9pm 3.20 Drone ?? Thriller.
Sean Bean (2017, 15) 5.05 Lowriders
?? Drama. Gabriel Chavarria (2016, 12)
5.50pm Battle of the Sexes
??? Splendid drama. Choice,
p70. Emma Stone, Steve Carell (2017, 12)
8.00 All the Money in the
World ??? Intriguing kidnap
thriller. Mark Wahlberg, Michelle Williams,
7.00pm Baby Driver ??
Thriller featuring some bravura
action sequences. Ansel Elgort, Lily
Christopher Plummer, Romain Duris (2017, 15)
James, Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx (2017, 15)
9.00 Alien: Covenant ???
Scary instalment of the sci-?
franchise. Michael Fassbender, Katherine
10.20 i From a House on
Willow Street ?? Kidnappers
get more than they bargained
for in this gory and tired horror
?ick. Sharni Vinson, Carlyn Burchell (2016, 15)
Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride (2017, 15)
12 midnight Insidious: the Last
Key As 2.10pm 2.00am Lowlife
??? Crime comedy. Mark Burnham (2017, 18)
3.50 Social Animals As 4.10pm
5.30 Monster Family Special
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
12.55am Jungle ??? Engrossing
adventure. Daniel Radcliffe (2017, 15) 3.00
First Kill ??? Crime thriller. Bruce
Willis (2017, 15) 4.50 Mune: Guardian
of the Moon ??? Animated
adventure. Joshua J Ballard (2014, PG)
Greats
11.05 Rough Night ???
Debauched addition to the
party-gone-wrong genre. Scarlett
Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell (2017, 15)
Action
Sky 303 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.00am Cleopatra ???
Historical drama. (1963, PG) 10.05
Anon Special 10.35 Weird Science
As 6.15pm 12.15pm Gone in Sixty
Seconds As 8pm 2.15 To Kill a
Mockingbird ???? Classic drama.
Gregory Peck (1962, PG) 4.30 Fletch ???
Comedy adventure. Chevy Chase (1985, PG)
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Superman II ????
Fantasy adventure. Christopher Reeve
(1980, PG) 8.15 Beowulf As 4.15pm
10.15 Salt As 6.15pm 12 noon V
for Vendetta As 8pm 2.15pm
Death Race As 10.20pm 4.15
Beowulf ???? Animated fantasy
adventure. Ray Winstone, Angelina Jolie (2007, 12)
6.15pm Weird Science ??
Crass comedy fantasy. Anthony Michael
6.15pm Salt ?? Angelina Jolie
is on ?ghting form in this spy
thriller. Liev Schreiber, Chiwetel Ejiofor (2010, 12)
8.00 V for Vendetta ???
Audacious action thriller set in a
near-future totalitarian Britain.
Hall, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Kelly LeBrock (1985, 12)
8.00 Gone in Sixty Seconds ??
A reformed car thief is forced to
steal 50 cars to save his brother?s
life. Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie (2000, 15)
10.00 Taxi Driver 5
Powerful psychological drama
featuring a mesmerising
performance from Robert De Niro.
10.20 Death Race ??? Prison
inmates are forced to race cars
to the death in this bluntly
violent futuristic thriller. Jason
Cybill Shepherd, Jodie Foster, Harvey Keitel (1976, 18)
Statham, Tyrese Gibson, Joan Allen (2008, 15)
12 midnight Marathon Man
???? Gripping thriller. Dustin Hoffman,
Laurence Olivier, Roy Scheider (1976, 15) 2.05am
The Wild Bunch 5 Classic
western. William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert
Ryan (1969, 18) 4.30 Fletch As 4.30pm
12.20am Underworld: Blood Wars
??? Action horror. Kate Beckinsale (2016, 15)
2.00 Renegades ?? Action
thriller. Sullivan Stapleton, JK Simmons (2017, 12)
3.50 Superman II As 6am
Comedy
Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving (2005, 15)
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.45am That?s Not Me ???
Comedy. (2017, 15) 8.20 Dude, Where?s
My Car? ? Comedy. (2000, 15) 9.50
Look Who?s Talking Too ??
Comedy. (1990, 15) 11.20 Pretty in Pink
??? Comedy drama. (1986, 15) 1.05pm
As 10pm 2.40 As 8pm 4.35
Little Nicky ??? Comedy. (2000, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.50am Extortion ??? Crime
thriller. Eion Bailey (2017, 15) 8.55
Freehold ??? Black comedy.
Mim Shaikh (2017, 15) 10.30 As 7pm
12.40pm As 9pm 3.00 In the
Line of Fire ???? Thriller. Clint
Eastwood (1993, 15) 5.15 Armored ??
Action thriller. Matt Dillon (2009, 12)
6.15pm 10 Things I Hate about
You ???? Smart updating of
The Taming of the Shrew. Heath
7.00pm The Bourne Ultimatum
5 Superb third entry in the
spy thriller series. Matt Damon, Julia Stiles,
Ledger, Julia Stiles, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (1999, 12)
Joan Allen, David Strathairn, Paddy Considine (2007, 12)
8.00 This Is the End ????
Riotous satirical comedy. James
Adam Sandler, Patricia Arquette, Harvey Keitel (2000, 12)
9.00 Angels & Demons ??
Glossy sequel to The Da Vinci
Code. Tom Hanks, Ewan McGregor (2009, 12)
11.20 Road House ??? Patrick
Swayze stars as a softly spoken
bouncer who brings order and
just a little karma to an unruly
bar. Kelly Lynch, Sam Elliott, Ben Gazzara (1989, 18)
1.10am Deuce Bigalow: European
Gigolo ? Comedy. Rob Schneider, Eddie
Grif?n (2005, 15) 2.40 The Layover ??
Comedy. Kate Upton, Alexandra Daddario (2017, 15)
4.15 Clue ?? Period comedy. Tim
1.15am Shot Caller ???? Prison
drama. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Omari Hardwick
(2017, 15) 3.20 Eliminators ?? Action
thriller. Scott Adkins (2016, 15) 5.00 Angel
Flight Down ?? Drama. Patricia
Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd (1985, PG)
Kalember, David Charvet, Christopher Atkins (1996)
Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel (2013, 15)
10.00 The House ?? Mis?ring
comedy. Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler (2017, 15)
11.35 Little Nicky ???
Tasteless yet enjoyable comedy.
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Disney
Family
Sky 305 Virgin 436 BT 505 HD Virgin 406
6.50am Louis & Luca and the
Snow Machine ??? (2013, U) 8.10
Louis & Luca ? the Big Cheese
Race ??? (2015, U) 9.40 Journey
to Oz ?? (2017, U) 11.20 As 6.20pm
1.00pm As 8pm 3.10 Blinky Bill
the Movie ??? (2015, U) 4.45
The Oddsockeaters ?? (2016, PG)
5.15pm Brave ???? Oscarwinning animated fairy tale. Kelly
7.00 Dumbo 5 Classic
animated circus fantasy. Edward
6.20pm The Nut Job: Nutty
by Nature ?? Hyperactive
animation. Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl (2017, U)
8.00 National Treasure: Book
of Secrets ??? Fun adventure.
Brophy, Herman Bing, Verna Felton (1941, U)
Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Jon Voight (2007, PG)
8.10 Swiss Family Robinson
???? Action-packed version of
the children?s story. John Mills (1960, U)
10.20 The Last Flight of
Noah?s Ark ? African Queen-like
adventure. Elliott Gould (1980, U)
10.10 The Muppets Take
Manhattan ??? Enjoyable
comedy. Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Dave Goelz (1984, U)
11.50 Muppets from Space
???? Colourful comedy. F Murray
Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson (2012, PG)
12.05am The Million Dollar Duck
??? Comedy. Dean Jones (1971, U) 1.50
As 2.15pm 3.25 The Lion King II:
Simba?s Pride ?? Adventure.
(1998, U) 4.55 The Lion King 3:
Hakuna Matata As 10.45am
Drama
Abraham, Ray Liotta, Andie MacDowell (1999, U)
1.30am The Muppet Christmas
Carol ???? Comedy fantasy. Michael
Caine (1992, U) 3.05 Journey to Oz
As 9.40am 4.45 Fred Claus ??
Comedy. Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti (2007, PG)
Sci-Fi/Horror
Sky 309 Virgin 440 BT 511 HD Virgin 410
6.00am Tumbledown ???
Romantic comedy. (2015, 15) 7.50
Aftermath ??? Thriller. (2017, 15) 9.35
Awakenings ???? Drama. Robert
De Niro (1990, 15) 11.40 As 8pm 1.40pm
Ray ???? Musical drama. Jamie
Foxx (2004, 15) 4.15 The Book of
Henry ?? Thriller. Naomi Watts (2016, 12)
Sky 310 Virgin 441 BT 507 HD Virgin 411
6.00am Doom ?? Sci-? horror.
(2005, 15) 8.00 The Hitchhiker?s
Guide to the Galaxy As 6pm
10.00 Thor Ragnarok As 8pm
12.15pm Happy Death Day As
10.15pm 2.00 Shin Godzilla ???
Monster horror. (2016, 12) 4.10 Deep
Blue Sea ??? Sci-? thriller. (1999, 15)
6.10pm Cocktail ?? Glossy
romantic drama. Tom Cruise, Bryan Brown,
6.00pm The Hitchhiker?s
Guide to the Galaxy ???
Faithful adaptation of Douglas
Adams?s cult sci-? comedy.
Elisabeth Shue, Lisa Banes, Laurence Luckinbill (1988, 15)
8.00 The Mountain between Us
??? Adventure with a side order
of melodrama. Idris Elba, Kate Winslet (2017, 12)
10.00 Marjorie Prime ???
Elegant if soapy sci-?. Jon Hamm,
Martin Freeman, Mos Def, Sam Rockwell (2005, PG)
8.00 Thor Ragnarok ????
Hugely entertaining romp. Tom
Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett (2017, 12)
11.45 In Dubious Battle ??
Adaptation of John Steinbeck?s
novel. Nat Wolff, James Franco (2016)
10.15 Happy Death Day ???
Horror fantasy about a student
being murdered, over and over,
on her birthday. Jessica Rothe (2017, 15)
1.45am Loving ???? Drama
based on a true story. Joel Edgerton, Ruth
Negga (2016, 12) 4.00 Sands of Iwo
Jima ??? Second World War
drama. John Wayne, John Agar (1949, PG)
12 midnight Pet ???
Psychological thriller. Dominic Monaghan,
Ksenia Solo (2016, 18) 1.40am Doom As
6am 3.40 Spider-Man 2 ????
Fantasy action adventure. Tobey
Geena Davis, Tim Robbins, Lois Smith (2017, 12)
Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Alfred Molina (2004, PG)
Select
TCM
Sky 311 Virgin 442 BT 510 HD Virgin 412
6.35am It?s Only the End of the
World ?? (2016, 15) 8.20 The Land
?? (2016) 10.10 Lost in Paris ????
(2016, 12) 11.40 The Hunt for Red
October ???? (1990, PG) 2.00pm
2001: a Space Odyssey 5
Sci-?. (1968, U) 4.30 The Resistance
??? Drama documentary. (2017, 12)
Sky 315 Virgin 415 BT 512 HD Virgin 416
6.25am Hollywood?s Best Film
Directors 6.55 Mrs Miniver 5
War drama. (1942, U) 9.40 Heaven with
a Gun ?? Western. (1969, 18) 11.45
The Oklahoman ?? Western. (1957, U)
1.30pm The Doolins of Oklahoma
?? Western. (1949, U) 3.25 Terror by
Night ??? Mystery. (1946, U)
6.30pm The Levelling ???
Mournful and often quietly
devastating drama. Ellie Kendrick, David
4.40pm Gone with the Wind
5 Epic romantic drama.
Choice, left. Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie
Troughton, Jack Holden, Joe Blakemore (2016, 15)
Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Hattie McDaniel (1939, PG)
8.00 Election ???? Astute,
dark and very funny comedy.
9.00 The Outlaw Josey Wales
???? Tough and beautifully
photographed western. Clint Eastwood,
Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon (1999, 15)
10.00 Sideways 5
Poignant comedy in which two
middle-aged men go on a stag
trip to California?s wine country.
Sondra Locke, Chief Dan George (1976, 18)
Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church (2004, 15)
Michael J Pollard, Gene Hackman (1967, 18)
12.10am Django Unchained
???? Western. Jamie Foxx, Christoph
11.45 Bonnie and Clyde
5 Ground-breaking, violent
crime drama. Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway,
Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L Jackson (2012, 18)
2.05am Conspiracy Theory
with Jesse Ventura 4.05
Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
3.00 More ??? Crime drama.
(2017, 18) 5.00 After the Storm
???? Drama. Hiroshi Abe, Yoko Maki (2016, PG)
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SPORT Choices
Sky Premier League
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
European Golf 1.00pm Sky
Golf/Main Event Tyrrell Hatton
goes for a hat-trick of titles
Sky Main Event
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
6.00am Total Goals
7.30 LIVE Tennis ATP China Open.
1.00pm LIVE European Tour Golf
The Links Championship, day one.
5.00 Sky Sports News
7.00 Sky Sports Tonight
7.30 LIVE Super League
Coverage of a crucial game.
10.00 The Debate
11.00 LIVE US Tour Golf
12.30am LIVE NFL New England
Patriots v Indianapolis Colts (k/o 1.20).
5.00?5.30am Sporting Records
Sky Football
Sky 403 Virgin 513 HD Virgin 503
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Football
Years 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Greatest
Players (AD) 8.30 Greatest Games 9.00
Football League 9.30 Countdowns
10.00 Play-Off Finals 11.00 One2Eleven
11.30 Greatest Games 12 noon Football
League 12.30pm Countdowns 1.00
Greatest Games 2.00 Play-Off Finals
3.00 Football League 3.30 Countdowns
4.00 One2Eleven (AD) 5.00 Football
League 5.30 Countdowns 6.00 Greatest
Games 6.30 Football League 7.30
Play-Off Finals 8.30 Football League
9.00 Play-Off Finals 10.00 Football
League 10.30 Greatest Games 11.00
Football Years 11.30 Countdowns
12 midnight Football League 12.30am
Greatest Games 1.00 One2Eleven 1.30
Greatest Games 2.00 Greatest Players
(AD) 2.30 Greatest Games 3.00
Football Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00
Greatest Games 5.00 Greatest Players
5.30?6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Golf
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am PGA Tour 6.30 Gol?ng World
7.00 PGA Tour 7.30 Golfing World 8.00
Champions Tour 9.00 American Golf
Championships 10.00 PGA Tour 10.30
Gol?ng World 11.00 Champions Tour
12 noon American Golf Championships
1.00pm LIVE European Tour Golf
Day one of the Links Championship,
played on three Scottish courses.
Tyrrell Hatton 2on in 2016 and 2017.
5.00 Masterclass 5.30 Champion
Golfer (AD) 6.30 Masterclass 7.00
European Tour Golf 8.00 Champion
Golfer (AD) 8.30 PGA Tour Classic
9.30 European Tour Golf
10.30 LIVE US Tour Golf Day one
of the Safeway Open in California.
1.30am European Tour Golf 2.30 PGA
Tour Classic 3.30 European Tour Golf
4.30 PGA Tour Pro?les 4.45 PGA Tour
Classic 5.45?6.00am PGA Tour Pro?les
Sky F1
Sky 406 Virgin 516 HD Virgin 506
1.45?3.50am LIVE Japanese
Grand Prix ? Practice First session.
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 The
Debate 8.00 Best Goals 9.00 100
Club 10.00 Premier League Years (AD)
12 noon The Debate 1.00pm Legends
2.00 Best Goals 3.00 Premier League
Years (AD) 5.00 100 Club
6.00 Premier League Today 6.30
Premier League World 7.00 Match
Pack 7.30 Premier League Today
8.00 Best Goals 8.30 Premier League
World 9.00 Match Pack 9.30 Premier
League Today 10.00 The Debate 11.00
Match Pack 11.30 Premier League World
12 midnight The Debate 1.00am Premier
League Years (AD) 3.00 Greatest Games
4.00 Best Goals 5.30?6.00am 100 Club
Sky Cricket
Sky 404 Virgin 514 HD Virgin 504
6.00am World Cup Cricket Classics
7.00 Cricket Shorts 8.00 International
One-Day Cricket 9.00 Test Cricket
11.00 International One-Day Cricket
12 noon Indian Premier League Cricket
4.45pm Katherine Brunt: No Boundaries
5.00 International One-Day Cricket 8.00
Cricket in Mumbai 9.00 International
One-Day Cricket 11.00 Cricket in Mumbai
12 midnight International One-Day
Cricket 2.00am Cricket in Mumbai
3.00 World Cup Cricket Classics 4.00
Masterclass 5.00?6.00am Cricket Shorts
Sky Action
Sky 407 Virgin 517 HD Virgin 507
6.00am LIVE Tennis Day four of
the ATP 500 Japan Open continues.
12 noon Wrestling 1.00pm Sporting
Records 2.00 Inside the Huddle
2.30 French Rugby Union 3.00
Darts Gold 3.15 Inside the Huddle
3.45 French Rugby Union 4.15
Rugby Union Greatest Games 6.30
World Rugby Show
7.00 LIVE Darts The quarter-?nals
of the Grand Prix of Darts in Dublin.
11.00 Wrestling
12 midnight NFL Gameday
12.30am LIVE NFL New England
Patriots against Indianapolis Colts
(kick-off 1.20).
5.00?6.00am Sporting Records
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
6.00am Sporting Greats (AD) 6.30 Inside
the Huddle 7.00 Sporting Greats (AD)
7.30 LIVE Tennis The ATP China
Open, day four in Beijing.
4.00pm Sporting Greats (AD)
5.00 Wrestling 7.00 Tennis
7.30 LIVE Super League
Coverage of the ?rst semi-?nal.
10.00 Tennis 10.30 World Rugby 11.00
Super League 12 midnight Wrestling
2.00am Sporting Records 3.00 Sporting
Greats (AD) 3.30 Super League 3.45
Great Moments 4.00 Sporting Records
5.00?5.30am Sporting Greats (AD)
Sky Mix
Sky 121 Virgin 520 HD Virgin 510
7.30?9.20am LIVE Rugby Union
Wellington v Auckland (kick-off 7.35).
4.00?6.00am LIVE Tennis The
ATP Japan Open, day ?ve in Tokyo.
Eurosport 1
BT Sport 1
Sky 413 Virgin 531 BT 408 HD Virgin 527 BT 430
5.30am LIVE Tennis Day six of
the China Open. More at 12.30pm.
11.30 Australian Rules Football
12 noon Rugby Union
12.30pm LIVE Tennis Further play
from day six of the WTA China Open.
2.30 Believeland (AD) 4.00
Speedway 6.00 Motor Racing
8.00 World Sport 8.30 Major
League Baseball
9.00 LIVE Major League Baseball
First in a double bill of games;
12.30am Another live MLB ?xture.
4.00 Major League Baseball 4.30
German Football 5.00?5.30am Rallying
BT Sport 2
Sky 414 Virgin 532 BT 409 HD Virgin 528 BT 431
6.00am White, Blue and White (AD) 7.00
Liverpool: Team of the Eighties 8.00
Manchester City Classics 9.00 Goals
Reload 9.15 Rugby Union 9.45 Sur?ng
10.45 Football Archives 11.45 Premier
League Reload 12 noon Rugby Union
2.30pm German Football 4.00 Scottish
Football 4.30 Premier League
5.15 LIVE Europa League
Football Qarabag v Arsenal (kick-off
5.55), a Group E match in Baku;
8.00 Live Europa League continues
with Chelsea v Vidi (kick-off 8.00).
10.30 Europa League Football 11.45
Premier League 12.30am In Focus:
Rio Meets Kompany 12.45 O.J.:
Made in America (AD)
2.45?6.00am LIVE MotoGP
First and second practice for the
inaugural Grand Prix of Thailand.
Continues until 10.15am.
BT Sport 3
Sky 417 Virgin 533 BT 410 HD Virgin 529 BT 432
6.00am Rallying 6.30 Australian Rules
Football 7.00 Champions League Football
8.15 Reload 8.30 Premier League 9.30
Champions League Football 2.45pm
Motor Racing 4.15 German Football
4.45 French Football
5.15 LIVE Europa League
Football FC Salzburg v Celtic in
Group B (kick-off 5.55);
8.00 Rangers v Rapid Vienna in
Group G (kick-off 8.00), from Ibrox.
10.30 UFC 12 midnight?6.00am
Europa League Football
BT Sport//ESPN
Sky 423 Virgin 534 BT 411 HD Virgin 530 BT 433
6.00am Pardon the Interruption 6.30
Major League Baseball 7.30 Around
the Horn 8.00 American Football 11.30
Pardon the Interruption 12 noon ESPN
FC 12.30pm Major League Baseball
3.30 BT Sport Reload 3.45 Poker
4.45 Around the Horn 5.15 ESPN FC
5.45 LIVE Europa League
Football AC Milan v Olympiakos in
Group F (kick-off 5.55);
8.00 Live Europa League, Eintracht
Frankfurt v Lazio (kick-off 8.00).
10.00 Reload 10.30 Major League
Baseball 11.30 American Football
1.00am LIVE American Football
Houston Cougars v Tulsa Golden
Hurricane (kick-off 1.00), NCAA action.
4.30 World Sport 5.00?6.00am
Drag Racing: the Midwest Nationals
Eurosport 2
Sky 410 Virgin 523 BT 412 HD Virgin 521 BT 435
Sky 411 Virgin 524 BT 413 HD Virgin 522 BT 436
7.30am Snooker: the European Masters
9.00 British Superbikes 11.00 Snooker
6.00am Snooker 7.30 Ski Jumping
9.00 World Superbikes 9.30 Snooker
11.00 Cyclo-Cross 11.30 Cycling
1.00pm Olympics: Hall of Fame 2.00 Hall
of Fame: Cyclists 3.00 Cycling 5.00 CycloCross 7.00 Cycling 11.00 Cliff Diving
12 midnight Eurosport News 12.10am
Motorcycling 12.20 News 12.30 World
Superbikes 2.00 Snooker 4.30 World
Superbikes 5.15?6.00am Watts
11.55 LIVE Snooker European
Masters, day four in Belgium.
4.00pm Motocross 5.00 Snooker
5.55 LIVE Snooker Continuing
coverage of the European Masters.
10.00 Snooker: the European Masters
12 midnight?1.00am Motocross
Thursday Television
Sky 304 Virgin 435 BT 503 HD Virgin 405
6.05am As 3.45pm 7.35 Dinosaur
??? (2000, PG) 9.05 As 5.15pm 10.45
The Lion King 3: Hakuna Matata
?? Adventure. (2004, U) 12.05pm As
8.10pm 2.15 Homeward Bound:
the Incredible Journey ???
Adventure. (1993, U) 3.45 Brother
Bear ??? Fantasy. (2003, U)
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The pick of today?s TV
STILL LAUGHING
Television Friday
Ian Hislop and
Paul Merton return
for a 56th series of
current affairs
comedy
PICK OF THE DAY
Have I Got News for You
9.00pm BBC1
COMEDY OF THE WEEK The world isn?t an especially jovial place at the
moment, so what better cheer-me-up for a rainy autumnal Friday than
the return of the BBC?s satire ? now in its 56th series. Our host for the
opening salvo is Alexander Armstrong ? seemingly the favourite of team
captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop, who actually wanted him to get the gig
permanently before they chanced upon the rather clever wheeze of rotating
the job, which helped it emerge from its post-Angus Deayton slump all those
112
years ago. AA?s always been a safe pair of hands, someone to be enjoyed like
an old pair of slippers, but with the occasional naughty streak.
Our guests are BBC Breakfast?s Naga Munchetty and affable observational
comedian Josh Widdicombe. And our topics? Well, that?s anyone?s guess.
Though I wouldn?t rule out a steady dose of Boris, Brexit, Barnier (of the
Michel variety) and more Brexit. See, I told you we needed jollying along?
BEN DOWELL
The Debt Saviours
The Big Audition
A Discovery of Witches
The Art of Drumming
9.00pm BBC2 (not N Ireland)
9.00pm ITV (10.45pm on STV)
9.00pm Sky 1
9.00pm Sky Arts
DOCUMENTARY Across Britain
REALITY New series This isn?t a
DRAMA Once upon a time a boy and
MUSIC Who?s your favourite
more than four million people have
debts that are unsustainable. Here,
?lm-maker Phillip Wood follows the
work of Christians Against Poverty,
a charity trying to tackle the problem
through counselling, ?nancial advice
? and prayer. In their daily of?ce
meetings and at the end of each
session with indebted clients, we
see CAP staff break into prayer ?
which feels, in the context of a fairly
bleak, no-frills documentary about
poverty, disconcerting.
The ?lm leaves us in no doubt that
the work CAP does is badly needed,
but it also touches on whether
steering clients towards Christianity
is a happy accident or the charity?s
main aim. DAVID BUTCHER
poor man?s version of Britain?s Got
Talent, but auditions for real jobs,
whether that?s as a circus performer,
a stunt double, a dog model or Beatles
lookalike. Whatever the job is, they
must impress a panel of professionals
who might employ them.
Unsurprisingly, most of the
auditionees are larger-than-life
characters: there?s tour guide
William, who?s been eating extra
burgers to bulk up for a possible
role as Henry VIII at Hampton Court
Palace; Daisy-May, a one-eyed
rescue dog that isn?t keen on posing
for photos; and Linda, trying out as
a ?tness presenter on the Shopping
Channel, who?s a laugh a minute.
girl fell in love. In the normal scheme
of things, meeting each other?s
parents for the ?rst time is nerveracking, but the relationship between
witch Diana (Teresa Palmer) and
vampire Matthew (Matthew Goode)
is anything but normal.
To protect her from other witches,
Matthew?s brought her to his family
home in France, presided over by his
mother Ysabeau (Lindsay Duncan
at her steeliest). But their troubles
are about to get even worse. The
supernatural powers-that-be are
incensed that Matthew has broken
the rules, and they want to nip things
in the bud, sharpish. It?s like a
gangster drama, with fangs.
drummer? Chances are they?re
featured in this ?nal episode,
where the series? contributors
list their top 20 snare smashers
in what?s more or less a recap of
the other episodes.
Part of the joy of the countdown
show is guessing who?ll be featured.
So rather than spoil it for you, here
are a few clues. ?X played like a
?ve-year-old jumping on the drums,
but with complete musical ability.?
?There was not a funky drummer
who could play what Y was playing.?
?Z was like a jazz drummer, playing
in the heaviest band ever.?
If you manage to guess all three,
award yourself a golden drumstick.
JANE RACKHAM
GILL CRAWFORD
GARY ROSE
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FRIDAY 5 OCTOBER
So the day has ?nally arrived: it?s the
big #Robron wedding on Emmerdale
(7pm ITV). Never have two soap
characters been obsessed over and
fantasised about like Robert and
Aaron (Ryan Hawley and Danny Miller,
right). Don?t believe me? Check out
the erotic art of them together on
Twitter. Or rather, don?t.
I got a small taste of this lusty hysteria
when I happened to announce on social
media that I was there on set on the
day of the nuptials (to the right of the
10.00pm BBC4
MUSIC This celebration of DJs begins
in sombre mood, re?ecting on the
death in April this year of Avicii, whose
mental health issues were exacerbated
by a near-constant global gigging
schedule. Yet the point is there was
an outpouring of grief in his native
Sweden, normally reserved for royalty.
In dance music, the DJ is now king.
As various DJs recount how their
job has changed from being comperes
in high-street clubs to selling out
stadiums, what the programme makes
clear, through a bit of witty editing
linking the two extremes, is how much
DJs have always been crowd-pleasing
entertainers. DAVID CRAWFORD
My Favourite Sketch
10.00pm Gold
COMEDY New series Fresh from his
riverbank banter with Bob Mortimer,
Paul Whitehouse selects his favourite
comedy sketches as the ?rst guest of
host Sally Phillips in this genial six-part
series. Despite the faltering intro and
awkward ?nale ? a Smell of Reeves &
Mortimer skit of weird folk duo Mulligan
and O?Hare, re-created by Phillips and
Whitehouse ? it?s a pleasing and
sometimes revealing format.
Although Whitehouse thinks some
Monty Python routines are ?a bit
indulgent and, in a word, crap?,
the troupe have still been his main
in?uence. Other inspirations include
Alan Partridge and Laurel and Hardy.
And good on him for reminding us of
a duo that have been ?a bit forgotten
about?: Fry and Laurie. MARK BRAXTON
pagoda, out of shot, behind the tea boy).
In came the messages: what are the
boys wearing? Does it go ahead? Can
you take a picture so I can sketch them
naked walking up the aisle?
Well, all that I can really report is that
it?s very lovely and that I now know the
reading Victoria makes off by heart
because I watched her ?lm it 98 times.
For everything else, you?ll have to watch
the episode. And check Twitter, of
course, for charcoal drawings of the
wedding night. DAVID BROWN
The Graham
Norton Show
10.35pm BBC1
CHAT SHOW There?s something
special about a guest?s ?rst
appearance on Graham Norton.
You?re never quite sure if they?ll
effortlessly settle into the swing of
things or feel like a duck out of water.
Rowan Atkinson and Jamie Lee
Curtis both make their Norton
debuts this evening as he prepares
to reprise his hapless spy role in
Johnny English Strikes Again and she
brings Halloween back to the cinema
screen 40 years later. They share the
spotlight with Gary Barlow and the
always entertaining Jeff Goldblum,
who?ll be showing off his musical
talents when he performs Straighten
Up and Fly Right with the brilliant
Imelda May. SARAH DORAN
The Great Model
Railway Challenge
DISCOVER TV
The best of streaming
and catch-up
The Man in the
High Castle
Amazon Prime
?Different versions of us
exist in other worlds...? This
impressive drama is set in an
alternative reality: Germany
and Japan have won the
Second World War and carved
up the USA between them. In
the new, third series, though,
hang on to your high-concept
sci-? hats because... a multiverse opens up within the
show itself! Will this take it to
a new level, or destroy it?
DISCOVER TV KIDS
Paw Patrol:
Ultimate Rescue
5.00pm Nickelodeon (Sky
604, Virgin 712), NowTV
Friday Television
Can You Feel It:
How Dance Music
Conquered the World
TODAY IN SOAPLAND
The ?exibly employed puppies
are called into action once
again, this time to battle a
?re-breathing robot. JS
BEST LIVE SPORT
8.00pm Channel 5
DOCUMENTARY New series Don?t
MODEL
MATERIAL
? European Tour Golf: Links
Championship, day two 1pm
Sky Golf/Main Event American
Brooks Koepka, winner of two
Majors this year, is taking part.
? Premiership Rugby Union:
Bath Rugby v Exeter Chiefs
7pm (k/o 7.45pm) BT Sport 1
? Premier League Football:
Brighton & Hove Albion v West
Ham United 7pm (k/o 8pm) Sky
Premier League/Main Event
q FILM OF THE DAY
Superbad
10.00pm Sony Movie Channel
Jonah Hill and Michael Cera
star in this raucus comingof-age comedy.
See page 44
GETTY
Team Porthcawl
hard at work
let the generic title put you off, this
is a lot of fun, and you don?t need a
love of railway modelling to enjoy it.
In the ?rst heat of the competition,
teams Strangers on a Model Train,
Team Porthcawl and the Missenden
Modellers have three days to
construct layouts based on
?classic movies?.
The judges ? modeller Kathy
Millatt and journalist Steve Flint ?
patrol with gimlet eyes, and there?s
an early scandal when one group is
ticked off for bringing in too many
pre-built pieces. But there?s real
ingenuity in the builds and there
are even a few tears when a captain
is overcome with emotion as he
marvels at his team?s creation.
It?s all so well mannered, too ? one
contestant offers his home-baked
Welsh cakes to everyone, including
his rivals. ALISON GRAHAM
See feature: page 24
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Chatham Taylor
Al?e Jacobs
Riley Taylor
Tom Jacobs
Dennis Rickman
Bleu Landau
Will Mitchell
Freddie Phillips
Writer Rob Gittins More cast Thursday (S) (AD) (HD)
8.30 Room 101
David Mitchell, Judy Murray and Anita Rani bid to get
rid of sugar lumps, snif?ng, and eating while walking.
Series producer Jordan Read; Executive producer Stu Mather (R) (S) (HD)
ITV
COMEDY OF THE WEEK
6.00am Good Morning Britain (S) (HD)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news. (S) (HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Families at war. (S) (HD)
10.30 This Morning Hosted today by Eamonn Holmes
and Ruth Langsford. Including Regional Weather (S) (HD)
12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and
topical discussion from a female perspective. (S) (HD)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News Regional News; Weather (S)
2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime Stories The story of
the UK?s biggest ever drugs bust. (R) (S) (HD)
3.00 Tenable Five train control centre workers take
part in the quiz. (S) (HD) Followed by Regional Weather
4.00?5.00 Tipping Point With Ben Shephard. (S) (HD)
9.00 Have I Got News for You
Channel 4
114
BBC1
5.55am LIVE Formula One: Japanese Grand Prix ?
Practice 2 Lee McKenzie presents further coverage
from the Suzuka Circuit. Practice 3 is at 3.45am. (S) (HD)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond Triple bill. (R) (S)
9.05 Frasier Double bill of the US comedy. (R) (S) (AD)
10.10 Undercover Boss USA The co-founder of an
art class franchise works alongside her staff. (R) (S) (HD)
11.05 Ramsay?s Hotel Hell A visit to the Roosevelt
Inn in Idaho. (R) (S) (AD) (HD) 12 noon News (S) (HD)
12.05pm Come Dine with Me First up in Surrey,
professional cake decorator Mignonne hosts a
1950s-themed evening for her guests. (R) (S) (HD)
1.05 A New Life in the Sun At a glamping site in
France, mouldy tents cause worries for the British
owners, while the owners of a Majorcan adventure
company make a massive investment. (R) (S) (HD)
2.10 Countdown With guest Richard Arnold. (S) (HD)
3.00 Find It, Fix It, Flog It Henry Cole restores a
Royal En?eld motorbike and Simon O?Brien works on
a 1980s pinball machine. (S) (HD)
4.00?5.00 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
A single mother seeks a holiday home on the Costa
del Sol that the whole family can enjoy. (S) (HD)
series. 1/10. Alexander Armstrong hosts as
aNew
Naga Munchetty and Josh Widdicombe join Ian
Hislop and Paul Merton on the panel. See page 112.
From Chiddingstone Castle in Kent.
Director Vicki Lines; Series producer Louise Hibbins (R) (S) (HD)
6.00 Strictly: It Takes Two
Zoe Ball looks ahead to tomorrow night?s routines
and Gethin Jones brings all the backstage gossip.
Director Tim Verrinder; Executive producer Eve Winstanley (S) (HD)
RT DVDs To order Strictly Come Dancing Tess and Craig?s Night In,
price �.99 including p&p (RRP �.99), call 0844 848 7300
or visit radiotimes.com/dvds40 quoting ref RT1664
7.00 Mastermind
New series. John Humphrys asks the questions
as more contestants take to the black chair in the
specialist and general knowledge quiz.
Director Derek Hallworth; Producer Mark Helsby (S) (HD)
7.30 Great British Menu
In the last regional ?nal, the two chefs representing
Northern Ireland go head to head, as judges Oliver
Peyton, Matthew Fort and Andi Oliver are joined by
trauma surgeon Shehan Hettiaratchy, who helped
treat victims of the Grenfell Tower ?re.
Series producer Claudine Parrish; Executive producer Tom Clarke (S) (HD)
8.00 Gardeners? World
Monty Don is a man for three seasons this week, as
he makes additions to his spring garden, offers tips
on how to dry and preserve herbs for winter, and
plants up a container that should give pleasure from
this autumn until next spring. Carol Klein celebrates
cannas ? one of the horticultural successes of our
extraordinary summer ? while Frances Tophill visits
a viewer?s garden and suggests plants that will
perform strongly through the coming winter.
Series producer Sharon Fisher; Executive producer Paolo Proto (S) (HD)
RT GARDENING Visit some of the world?s best gardens with Radio
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Anniversary Collection on 3 DVDs for �.99 incl p&p (RRP �.99),
call 0844 848 7300 or visit radiotimes.com/dvdshop, quoting RT1664
Director Paul Wheeler; Series producer Danny Carr (S) (HD)
Your RT Gardening: page 148
9.30 Mrs Brown?s Boys
9.00 The Debt Saviours
Agnes Brown
Betty Brown
Winnie McGoogan
Maria Brown
for advising these vulnerable people is increasingly
falling to charities. Among the largest of these is
Christians Against Poverty (CAP), which is led by its
charismatic evangelical founder John Kirkby. This
?lm follows Kirkby and some of the charity?s debt
counsellors as they offer help in sessions that often
include an offer to pray with clients. So is the CAP?s
real motivation to provide debt relief ? or to bring
people to Jesus? See page 112.
1/6 Series 3. Mammy?s Spell. The Brown household
celebrates the baptism of Dermot and Maria?s triplets.
Brendan O?Carroll
Amanda Woods
Eilish O?Carroll
Fiona O?Carroll
Hillary Nicholson
Susie Blake
Mark Brown
Pat ?Pepsi? Shields
Dermot Brown
Paddy Houlihan
Hypnotist
Derek Mooney
Writer Brendan O?Carroll; Director Ben Kellett
Producer Stephen McCrum (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 BBC News Regional News; Weather (S) (HD)
Followed by National Lottery Update (S)
10.35 The Graham Norton Show
Atkinson talks to Graham about Johnny
aRowan
English Strikes Again. Joining him on the sofa
are Jamie Lee Curtis who is reprising her role as
Laurie Strode in the new Halloween ?lm; Gary Barlow,
who will be promoting his autobiography A Better Me;
and Jeff Goldblum, who chats and performs Straighten
Up and Fly Right with Imelda May. See page 113.
Director Steve Smith; Series producer Jon Magnusson (S) (HD)
11.20 Pls Like
3/6 Series 2. Most Views. James Wirm struggles to
control his new client DumpGhost. (S) (HD)
11.35 4/6. Kids. Liam catches up with Millipede.
than four million people in Britain have
aMore
debts considered unsustainable and responsibility
Director/Producer Phillip Wood (S) (HD)
10.00 Mock the Week
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis are joined by Tom Allen,
Ed Gamble, Milton Jones, Zoe Lyons and Geoff Norcott.
Producer Ewan Phillips (S) (HD)
10.30 Newsnight With Evan Davis. (S) (HD)
11.00 Weather (S) (HD)
11.05 Front Row Late
Ep 4 Series 3. The arts and culture review show.
Series producer Mark Crossan; Exec producer Tanya Hudson (S) (HD)
Writer Liam Williams; Director Tom Kingsley
Producer Rupert Majendie (S) (HD)
Available online at bbc.co.uk/bbcthree and iPlayer since Tue 25 September
11.35 Trust
11.50 Killing Eve
Shown Wednesday 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
3/8. Don?t I Know You? Villanelle lures Eve to Berlin
by using the agent?s name. See choice, page 53.
Shown Saturday 9.25pm (S) (AD ) (HD)
12.30am Weather for the Week Ahead (S) (HD)
12.35?6.00am BBC News (S) (HD)
HD BBC1 HD Freeview 101 Freesat 106 Sky 115 Virgin 108
4/10. That?s All Folks! Primo opens a channel of
communication to Gail. See choice, page 92.
12.30?2.15am Sign Zone 12.30 Princess Margaret: the
Rebel Royal 2/2. Experts analyse the Princess?s marriage to
Lord Snowdon at the start of the 1960s as the VIPs ride the
wave of a cultural revolution. Shown Saturday 7.30pm (S) (AD)
1.30 The Mighty Redcar 2/4. James?s hopes of turning over
a new leaf are jeopardised when he is arrested. (R) (S) (AD)
HD BBC2 HD Freeview 102 Freesat 102 Sky 102 Virgin 162
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FRIDAY 5 OCTOBER
ITV
Channel 4
The Great British
Bake Off: an Extra
Slice 8.00pm Host
Jo Brand presents
unseen footage
from pastry week
The Big Audition
9.00pm Can the
ebullient Linda
prove she has what
it takes to be a TV
?tness presenter?
BBC4
9
Can You Feel It
10.00pm Norman
Cook, aka Fatboy
Slim, recounts
the rise of the
superstar DJ
Regional
variations
BBC1
SCOTLAND
7.30?8.00pm
Landward: celebrating
beans, barley and
honey bees
BBC2
SCOTLAND
5.00pm Four in a Bed
6.00 Regional News Weather (S)
6.30 ITV Evening News Weather (S)
7.00 Emmerdale
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
Laurence, Tracy, Hayley and Anthony take on
the Chaser in pursuit of big money. (S) (HD)
A special day is celebrated.
There are bitter rebukes and tears as the B&B
owners meet for the ?nal time. (S) (HD)
It?s full speed ahead for Rosie with a vintage car
cake for an 80th birthday party. (S) (HD)
6.00 The Simpsons
Today in Soapland: page 113
Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson. Homer
lands his own political talk show. (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
7.30 Coronation Street
6.30 Hollyoaks
Writer Maxine Alderton Cast Tuesday/Thursday (S) (AD) (HD)
Carla and Johnny lay a trap for Hannah, while a
tormented Sinead keeps Daniel in the dark.
Johnny Connor
Richard Hawley Tracy Barlow
Kate Ford
Carla Connor
Alison King Adam Barlow
Samuel Robertson
Liz McDonald
Beverley Callard Jude Appleton
Paddy Wallace
Jim McDonald
Charles Lawson Angie Appleton Victoria Ekanoye
Hannah Gilmore Hannah Ellis Ryan Ronan Truman
Alan McKenna
Tyrone Dobbs
Alan Halsall Vicky Jefferies
Kerri Quinn
Evelyn Plummer Maureen Lipman Yasmeen Nazir
Shelley King
Imran Habeeb
Charlie de Melo DS MacKinnon
Sandra Huggett
Eileen Grimshaw
Sue Cleaver PC Daullah
Ash Tandon
Tim Metcalfe
Joe Duttine PC Duffy
David Maybrick
Abi Franklin
Sally Carman Sonographer
Rhoda Ofori-Attah
Mary Cole
Patti Clare Obstetricians Diane Beck, Maxine Burth
Writer Julie Jones More cast Wednesday (S) (AD) (HD)
8.00 The Island Strait
4/4. The students arrive in early autumn as
scientist Mike starts a new academic year.
Violent storms in the Menai Strait cause concern
when there are power cuts at the zoo, while
photographer Glyn escapes to the snowcapped
hills nearby. Elsewhere, Stan and Emrys hibernate
in their man caves as the year comes full circle.
Director/Producer Aled Lly?r (S) (AD) (HD)
Donna-Marie needs money fast.
Donna-Marie Quinn Lucy-Jo Hudson
Mac Nightingale
David Easter
Mandy Morgan Sarah Jayne Dunn
Marnie Nightingale Lysette Anthony
Mercedes McQueen Jennifer Metcalfe
Myra McQueen Nicole Barber-Lane
Nancy Osborne
Jessica Fox
Prince McQueen
Malique Thompson-Dwyer
Romeo Quinn
Owen Warner
Russ Owen
Stuart Manning
Sally St Claire
Annie Wallace
Sienna Blake
Anna Passey
Ste Hay
Kieron Richardson
Sylver McQueen
David Tag
Tony Hutchinson
Nick Pickard
DS Roxy Cassidy
Lizzie Stavrou
Writer Sue Mooney More cast Tuesday Shown yesterday 7pm E4
Rptd next Mon E4 The next episode follows on E4 (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Channel 4 News Sport; Weather (S) (HD)
8.00 The Great British Bake Off:
an Extra Slice
6/10. Jo Brand and her panel of celebrities look
back on this week?s pastry successes and
calamities in the tent of dreams, with the help of
previously unseen footage, and meet the latest
unfortunate baker to exit the competition. She
also puts the baking talents of her guests to the
test with another tricky challenge, and assesses
the latest clutch of culinary efforts sent in by
amateur bakers watching from home.
8.30 Coronation Street
Producer Claire Butchard; Series producer Monica Long
Repeated 3.35am 4seven (S) (AD) (HD)
Writer Martin Allen (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Gogglebox
Liz tells Jim how much she?s missed him.
9.00 The Big Audition
New series. 1/6. Cameras catch all the
drama during auditions for jobs and reveal
the decision-making process of panels that
decide whether candidates are up to task. This
week applicants apply to ?ll the king-sized role
of Henry VIII at Hampton Court and a TV shopping
channel needs a ?tness presenter. A canine
eye-catching enough to be on the cover of a
leading dog magazine is also sought. See p112.
a
Executive producer Tania Alexander; Series editor Leon
Campbell Repeated 11.20pm 4seven (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 The Circle
Ep 16. The last visit of the week to the apartment
block where the hopeful contestants continue to
interact in the social-media reality show.
Executive producers Tim Harcourt, Daisy Lilley, Toni Ireland
and Cam de la Huerta (S) (HD)
Executive producer Clair Breen (S) (HD)
10.00 ITV News at Ten
Weather; Regional News and Weather
Ep 5 Series 12. More passionate, canny, humorous
and occasionally quirky TV critiques as the home
reviewers settle on their sofas again, ready as
ever to share their responses to the week?s shows.
(S)
10.45 Bad Move
3/6 Series 2. Local Hero. Nicky, Steve and the
rest of the villagers are united in opposition to a
proposed fracking scheme. See choice, p92.
Shown Wednesday 8pm (S) (AD) (HD)
11.15 Rush Hour 2 ???
arts action comedy. Detective
qMartial
Inspector Lee returns to Hong Kong with
his buddy Detective James Carter for what is
supposed to be a holiday. But it?s not long before
the pair are back in action after two customs
agents are murdered. Review page 44.
Detective Inspector Lee Jackie Chan Agent Isabella Molina Roselyn S醤chez
Detective James Carter Chris Tucker Steven Reign
Alan King
Ricky Tan
John Lone Agent Sterling
Harris Yulin
Hu Li
Zhang Ziyi Captain Chin
Kenneth Tsang
11.00 First Dates Hotel
5/6 Series 3. Singer Ash gets a little coaching in
romance from assistant manager Francesca before
his date with receptionist Rachel. Yoga teacher
Shane has a touching heart-to-heart on his date
with theatre designer Roberto. See choice, p83.
Shown Tuesday 9.15pm (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am The Real Football Fan Show 4/5 Series 2
Supporters air their views on the Premier League. (S) (HD)
12.40 I Give It a Year ??? Romantic comedy. After a
seven month courtship Nat and Josh decide to tie
the knot. But the couple?s close friends have doubts
about the longevity of the relationship. Review p44.
Nat
Rose Byrne Guy
Simon Baker
Josh
Rafe Spall Danny
Stephen Merchant
Chloe
Anna Faris Naomi
Minnie Driver
q
Director Dan Mazer (2013, 15) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
12.50am Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
3.00 Through the Keyhole Antony Cotton, Sara Cox
and Jimmy Carr join Keith Lemon. (R) (S) (SL) (HD)
3.50?6.00am Nightscreen Text information. (HD)
2.20 No Offence 4/6 Series 3. The team have lost Beckett
? but have gained a potentially priceless opportunity.
See choice, p103. Shown yesterday 9pm (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
3.15 Travel Man: 48 Hours in St Petersburg Richard
Ayoade and Rob Beckett are in the Russian city. (R) (S) (HD)
3.45?5.10am Formula One: Japanese Grand Prix ?
Practice 3 Live coverage of the ?nal practice session
from the Suzuka Circuit. Lee McKenzie presents. (S) (HD)
+1F?view33 F?sat 112 Sky 203 Virgin 114 HD F?view103 F?sat 111 Sky 176 Virgin 113
+1 F?view13 F?sat121 Sky 204 Virgin 142 HD F?view104 Sky 138 Virgin 141
Director Brett Ratner (2001, 12) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
7.00pm World News Today (S) (HD)
Followed by Weather (S) (HD)
7.30 Top of the Pops 1986
From 5 June, Simon Bates and Gary
Davies introduce performances by
Cash?ow, Simply Red, Pet Shop Boys,
Doctor and the Medics, Genesis,
Nu Shooz and Jaki Graham.
Repeated 12 midnight (R) (S)
8.00 Gregory Porter?s
Popular Voices
3/3. Truth Tellers. The singer explores
how early 20th-century blues artists
like Bessie Smith paved the way for
hip-hop. He also looks at how seeking
the truth became a vital cause for
popular music?s greatest poets from
Woody Guthrie to Gil Scott-Heron,
and how Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen
and Kurt Cobain proved you didn?t
need perfect pitch to stir the soul.
STV
8.00?8.30pm STV
Appeal: Live with
Lorraine: the total sum
of money raised by this
year?s appeal is
revealed 9.00?10.00
STV Appeal: Live with
Lorraine: a look at some
of the charities and
community projects
that have bene?tted
from the appeal
10.45 The Big Audition
11.45 Bad Move
12.15am Home Shopping
2.15?5.05
Nightscreen
ITV BORDER
SCOTLAND
Series director/producer Ben Whalley
Repeated 1.30am (R) (S) (HD)
8.00?8.30pm Border
Life: detailing astronaut
Neil Armstrong?s time
in Langholm
9.00 Rock ?n? Roll America
BBC1 WALES
1/3. Sweet Little Sixteen. Examining
the most important era in the history
of popular music ? the birth of rock ?n?
roll. The opening programme focuses
on its origins in 1950s America, when
the rhythm-driven mix of blues, boogie
woogie and vocal harmony was
nurtured by small independent record
labels. Plus a look at the start of Elvis
Presley?s career in Memphis.
Director/Producer Matt O?Casey
Repeated 2.30am (R) (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 Can You Feel It: How
Dance Music Conquered the
World
The DJ. How DJs moved
a3/3.
from nigh-invisibility to celebrity,
becoming the highest-paid stars in the
music industry and in?uencing what
society listens to. Tonight?s highlights
include Greg Wilson on a 1980s edition
of The Tube demonstrating the novel
act of mixing two records, a tribute to
Ibiza vibe-pioneer Alfredo, and Paul
Oakenfold?s sets at acid-house night
Spectrum. See page 113.
6.30?7.00pm BBC
Wales Today; Party
Political Broadcast:
by Plaid Cymru
7.30?8.00 Barking
Mad ? the Welsh Dog
Spa: following life at
Mucky Pups dog spa
BBC2 WALES
7.00?9.00pm
Scrum V Live: Merthyr v
Bridgend, Premiership
action at the Wern
(kick-off 7.10)
ITV WALES
6.00pm Wales News
6.25?6.30 Party
Political Broadcast:
by Plaid Cymru
BBC2
NORTHERN
IRELAND
Series producer Steve Condie
Executive producer Jez Nelson (S) (HD)
7.30pm Friday Night
Football: live coverage
of Crusaders v
Cliftonville in the
Northern Ireland
Premiership
9.50?10.00
Coast Lives
11.00 People?s History of Pop
UTV
1/5. 1955?1965, the Birth of the
Fan. This fans?-eye view of pop begins
with Twiggy celebrating the decade
in which the music fan was born.
8.00?8.30pm UTV Life
12.50am Shopping
1.20?3.00 Nightscreen
Director/Producer James Giles (R) (S) (HD)
12 midnight Top of the Pops 1986 With Nu
Shooz and Pet Shop Boys. Shown 7.30pm (S)
12.30am Promises and Lies: the Story of
UB40 The group?s rise to fame and the
wrangles that led to a split. (R) (S) (HD)
1.30 Gregory Porter?s Popular Voices
Shown 8pm (S) (HD)
2.30?3.30am Rock ?n? Roll America
Shown 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
Freeview 9 Freesat 110 Sky 116 Virgin 107
HD Freeview 106 Freesat 107 Virgin 163
Channel 5 listings are overleaf
plus 34 more Freeview channels
Friday Television
5.00pm The Chase
7.30?8.00pm
Great British Menu: the
Northern Ireland chefs
prepare desserts
a RT Choice
m Family viewing
2 Red button coverage
(R) Repeat
(S) Subtitles
(SL) Signing
(AD) Audio description
(HD) High de?nition
(W) Film in widescreen
(BW) Black and white
Films i Premiere
Star Ratings
5 Outstanding
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??? Worth watching
?? Could be worse
? Poor
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Television Friday
Channel 5
5
ITV2
6
10
Drama
20
The Great Model Railway Challenge
8.00pm James, Tim and Kathy
Ted 9.00pm Is John Bennett spending
Home Fires 8.00pm Erica (left) faces
The Coroner 8.00pm Jane looks into
too much time with his best friend?
the consequences of her actions
an ice cream factory owner?s death
Freeview 5 Freesat 105 Sky 105 Virgin 105
HD Freeview 105 Freesat 105 Virgin 150
6.00am Milkshake! See page 119
9.15 New. Jeremy Vine (HD)
11.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It Away In
Lancashire, Stewart and Vic seize a bouncy
castle. (S) (HD) 12.10pm 5 News (S) (HD)
12.15 NCIS 6/24 Series 8. A scientist is hit
by a bus. (S) (AD) (HD) 1.10 New. Access (S) (HD)
1.15 Home and Away Shown yesterday
F?view 6 F?sat 113 Sky 118 Virgin 115 HD Virgin 176
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals (S)
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records (S) (HD) 6.45 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 7.10 Dress to Impress (S) (HD) 8.00
Emmerdale (S) (AD) (HD) 8.55 You?ve Been
Framed! Gold (S) 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres
Show (S) (HD) 10.15 Who?s Doing the Dishes?
(S) (AD) (HD) 11.15 Dress to Impress (S) (HD)
12.15pm Emmerdale Shown yesterday 7/8pm
ITV (S) (AD) (HD) 1.15 You?ve Been Framed!
Gold (S) 1.45 New. The Ellen DeGeneres
Show: talk show featuring special guests (S)
(HD) 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S) (HD)
F?view 10 F?sat 115 Sky 119 Virgin 117 HD Virgin 177
6.00am Classic Coronation Street (S) 6.55
Heartbeat (S) (AD) 8.00 The Royal: a prisoner
escapes on the moors (S) 9.00 Judge Judy
(S) (HD) 10.25 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S) (HD)
12.35pm The Royal (S) 1.35 Heartbeat (S)
(AD) 2.40 Classic Coronation Street: double
bill. Curly thinks of ?nding somewhere else
to live, then Steve and Joanne get jobs at a
hotel (S) 3.45 Agatha Christie?s Marple (S)
Freeview 20 Freesat 158 Sky 143 Virgin 128
6.00pm You?ve Been Framed! Gold
6.55 Murder, She Wrote
6.30pm 5 Star Repeated 6pm C5 (S) (AD) (HD)
1.45 New. Neighbours Rptd 5.30pm (S) (AD) (HD)
2.15 Early Release ?? Thriller starring Kelli
Williams and Sarain Boylan. An ex-con
fears for the safety of her family when
her former cellmate re-enters her life.
o
Director John L?Ecuyer (2017) (S) (W) (HD)
4.00 Friends Ross reveals a fantasy. (S) (HD)
4.30 Ross prepares a speech. (S) (HD)
5.00pm 5 News (S) (HD)
5.30 Neighbours
Piper?s family and friends start a search.
8.00 Home Fires
6/16 Series 12. Alan and Walden get the
go-ahead to foster Louis. (S) (HD)
8.30 Superstore
9.00 Ted ????
1/12. Jon Bentley tests three sets of
noise-cancelling headphones, while Ortis
and Georgie report from Berlin on the
latest products at tech exhibition IFA.
Series producer Kent Upshon; Executive producer
Richard Pearson (S) (HD)
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
8.00 New series. The Great Model
Railway Challenge
1/6. Teams of the UK?s most
talented railway modellers compete
in a series of knockout heats to create
jaw-dropping miniature masterpieces
against the clock. See page 113.
a
Director/Producer Bryher Williams (S) (HD)
See feature: page 24
Followed by 5 News Update (S) (HD)
9.00 New. Walking Britain?s Lost
Railways
3/6. Rob Bell meets a man who has
meticulously re-created the beginning of
the Plymouth-to-Exeter line in miniature.
Director Adam Kaleta
Series producer Christopher Bruce (S) (HD)
10.00 New. Big Brother: Live
Eviction
The housemates gather on the sofas as
Emma Willis hosts another eviction. (S) (HD)
11.35 New. Big Brother?s
Bit on the Side
Discussing tonight?s eviction. (S) (HD)
12.20am New. World Rally: day one of the
Wales Rally GB (S) (HD) 12.45 New.
SuperCasino (S) (HD) 3.10 Law & Order:
Special Victims Unit (S) (HD) 4.45 Wildlife
SOS (S) (SL) 5.10 House Doctor (S) (SL)
5.35?6.00am Divine Designs (S) (SL)
+1 Freeview 44 Freesat 128 Sky 205 Virgin 155
5 Select For listings see opposite page
BBC4 listings are overleaf
When young John Bennett?s
q Comedy.
wish that his toy bear Ted could
come to life is granted, the two become
inseparable. But as they grow older the
potty-mouthed furry one starts to get in
the way of John?s other relationships.
John Bennett
Lori Collins
Ted
Rex
Donny
Mark Wahlberg
Mila Kunis
Seth MacFarlane (voice only)
Joel McHale
Giovanni Ribisi
Director Seth MacFarlane (2012, 15) (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
11.05 Family Guy
Series 4. Chris runs away to South America.
11.35 Peter launches his own TV channel.
12.05am Series 3. Peter?s toy company is
bought by a tobacco firm. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.35 American Dad!: double bill (S) (AD) (HD)
1.35 Two and a Half Men (S) (HD) 2.00
Superstore (S) (AD) (HD) 2.30 Home
Shopping 5.55?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
ITV2+1 Freeview 27 Freesat 114 Sky 218 Virgin 116
ITV4
24
5/6 Series 1. Frances takes in an evacuee,
Erica faces the consequences of her
actions and Laura and Richard?s secret
affair could be exposed. (S) (AD) (HD)
Erica Campbell
Frances Barden
Pat Simms
Joyce Cameron
Claire Hillman
Bob Simms
Laura Campbell
Richard Bowers
Frances Grey
Samantha Bond
Claire Rushbrook
Francesca Annis
Daisy Badger
Mark Bazeley
Leila Mimmack
Philip McGinley
9.00 Grantchester
3/6 Series 2. A man confesses to attacking
and killing his landlord. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 4/6. Sidney and Geordie find
themselves at odds. Starring James
Norton and Robson Green. (S) (AD) (HD)
RT DVDs To order series 2, price �.99 incl p&p
(RRP �.99), call 0844 848 7300 or visit
radiotimes.com/dvds40, quoting RT1664
11.00 Killer Women with Piers Morgan
1/5 Series 2. The broadcaster meets
Rebecca Fenton, who was convicted
of her husband?s murder. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.05am Agatha Christie?s Poirot (S) (AD)
(HD) 1.55 A Touch of Frost (S) (HD)
5.30?6.00am Nightscreen (HD)
+1 F?view 34 (6pm?midnight) F?sat 116 Sky 219 Virgin 174
ITVBe
7.10am The Bill (S) 8.00 London?s Burning
(AD) 9.00 Casualty: Lofty saves a young man
(AD) 10.00 Lovejoy (S) 11.00 The Bill (S)
12 noon Classic EastEnders: double bill (S)
1.20pm Last of the Summer Wine (S) 2.00
?Allo ?Allo! (S) 2.40 London?s Burning (AD)
3.40 Soldier Soldier 4.55 Lovejoy (S)
6.00pm ?Allo ?Allo!
The residents? plans conflict with those of
the Germans when they are stalled by the
town?s annual Fishmongers? Parade. (S)
6.40 As Time Goes By
8.00 Two and a Half Men
6.00 Home and Away
Shown 1.15pm Next episode 6.30pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
A boy disappears while exploring the
gardens of a derelict house. (S) (AD)
Jessica?s trip to see her old college
room-mate is overshadowed by the
murder of her friend?s husband. (S) (AD) (HD)
22/22 Series 2. Glenn tries to figure out
which employees to lay off. (S) (AD) (HD)
Willow admits her part in the break-in.
5.55pm Heartbeat
A mustard-swallowing challenge. (S)
7.00 More comedy clips filmed by
viewers. Narrated by Harry Hill. (S)
Shown 1.45pm Repeated 6pm 5 Star (S) (AD) (HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S) (HD)
7.00 New series. The Gadget Show
26
Jean pays an unexpected visit during Lionel?s
lecture tour ? only to be surprised herself.
7.20 Last of the Summer Wine
Howard has some explaining to do when
Pearl discovers a long, blonde hair on him. (S)
8.00 The Coroner
9/10 Series 1. The Deep Freeze
The owner of an ice cream factory is
found dead in a walk-in freezer, and while
Davey pursues the man?s son as prime
suspect, Jane finds evidence which seems
to suggest his wife is to blame. (S) (AD)
Jane Kennedy
DS Davey Higgins
Robert Talbot
Christine Talbot
Andrew Talbot
Claire Goose
Matt Bardock
Peter Gunn
Emma Campbell-Jones
Oliver Bennett
9.00 Father Brown
6/10 Series 4. The Rod of Asclepius
Lady Felicia?s reckless driving lands her in
the hospital bed next to Mrs McCarthy.
10.00 New Tricks
1/8 Series 4. Casualty. Jack Halford is
determined to wreak revenge on the
hit-and-run driver who killed his wife. (S)
11.20 Ashes to Ashes
6/8 Series 1. Gene worries that he might
be past his prime, but when an interview
with a murder suspect puts Alex in mortal
danger, he must draw on all his
experience in an attempt to save her.
12.20am Classic EastEnders (S) 1.40
The Bill (S) 2.40?4.00am Lovejoy (S)
Dave
12
F?view 24 F?sat 117 Sky 120 Virgin 118 HD Virgin 178
6.00am The Chase (S) (HD) 6.45 Pawn Stars
(S) (HD) 7.30 Kojak (S) (HD) 8.30 Quincy (S)
(HD) 9.30 Minder (S) (AD) (HD) 10.35 The
Saint (S) 11.40 The Avengers (S) (SL) (HD)
12.45pm Kojak (S) (HD) 1.50 Quincy (S) (HD)
2.50 Minder: Terry?s pal is framed (S) 3.55
The Saint (S) 5.00 The Avengers (S) (HD)
6.05pm Cash Cowboys A man reveals an
impressive collection of dinosaur fossils. (S) (HD)
7.05 Pawn Stars The guys examine rare
handmade Pinocchio dolls. (S) (HD)
7.35 The guys are tempted by a musket
owned by famous inventor Eli Whitney. (S) (HD)
8.00 FILM A View to a Kill ?? James
Bond is on the trail of industrialist Max Zorin
after a duplicate of a top-secret British
microchip is discovered. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
10.45 Take the Tower Hosted by Dolph
Lundgren. Shown Tuesday 9pm (S) (AD) (HD)
11.45 FILM Hard to Kill ??? Action
thriller starring Steven Seagal. (S) (AD) (W) (HD)
F?view 26 F?sat 118 Sky 131 Virgin 119 HD Virgin 179
9.00am LittleBe 12 noon Fixer Upper (S) (HD)
12.55pm The Real Housewives of Potomac
(S) 1.50 Don?t Be Tardy (S) (HD) 2.15 Million
Dollar Listing: NYC (S) (HD) 3.10 The Real
Housewives of Beverly Hills (S) (HD) 4.05 The
Real Housewives of Orange County (S) (HD)
6.00pm Dinner Date Matt from Somerset
goes on three blind dates. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Cake Wars The bakers create cakes
based around emoji icons. (S) (HD)
8.00 Dinner Date Danny from London
dines with three potential suitors. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Botched Rajee, who had her face
injected with cement by someone who
was not licensed, seeks help. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 A gambler with a serious case of man
boobs seeks help, while Paul Nassif treats a
woman who hasn?t been able to close her
mouth since college. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.00 Mob Wives: Trust No One Ang tries
to keep her son on the straight and narrow
after he is released from prison. (S) (HD)
1.50am Lethal Weapon (S) (SL) (AD) (HD)
2.35 Goals of the 90s: memorable goals (HD)
2.45?3.00am Nightscreen (HD)
12 midnight The Only Way Is Essex (S) (HD)
12.45?12.55am Be Tasty: steamed miso
cod with a black noodle salad (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Have I Got a Bit More News for You
(S) (HD) 1.00am QI XL (S) (HD) 2.15 Mock the
Week (S) (HD) 2.50 Parks and Recreation (S) (HD)
3.40?4.00am The Indestructibles (HD)
ITV4 +1 Freesat 154 Sky 220 Virgin 175
ITVBe +1 Freesat 119 Sky 231 Virgin 120
Dave Ja Vu Freeview 79 Sky 211 Virgin 211
BBC News Freeview 231 Freesat 212 Sky 503 Virgin 601 Sky News Freeview 233 Freesat 202 Sky 501 Virgin 602
116
ITV3
F?view 12 F?sat 157 Sky 111 Virgin 127 HD Virgin 194 BT 387
7.10am MegaTruckers (HD) 8.00 American
Pickers (S) (HD) 9.00 Top Gear (S) (AD)
10.00 American Pickers: double bill (S) (HD)
1.00pm Sin City Motors (S) (HD) 2.00
Motorway Cops (S) (HD) 3.00 Steve Austin?s
Broken Skull Challenge (S) (HD) 4.00 Sin City
Motors (S) (HD) 5.00 Top Gear (S) (AD)
7.00pm American Pickers Mike and Frank
visit a New York computer store. (HD)
8.00 New series. Border Force America?s
Gatekeepers A shipment of cardboard
packaging hides a deadly secret.
9.00 Red Dwarf 5/6 Series 12. The crew
discover their parent ?rm has been bought
out by a powerful new company. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.40 6/6. Rimmer searches for a dimension
where he is not such a giant loser. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.20 QI XL Extended edition. With Jo
Brand, Graham Linehan and Jimmy Carr.
11.20 Mock the Week Dara O Briain hosts. (S)
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Paramount Network
57
5 USA
21
Freeview 21 Freesat 129 Sky 141 Virgin 153
9.00am Catch a Contractor 9.20 CSI: NY (S)
11.05 Law & Order (S) 1.10pm Chicago PD (S)
2.10 Person of Interest 4.05 Law & Order
6.05pm Castle 7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S)
9.00 New. Criminal Minds: beyond Borders
Series 1. An American college student is killed
in Johannesburg First shown on W (S) 10.00
New. Grimm Series 5. Black Claw makes a
strategic move against Hank First shown on W (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (S)
11.55 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (S)
Carrie 9.00pm A teen with hidden
team fears an epidemic may break out
powers is oppressed by her mother
F?view 14 F?sat 124 Sky 136 Virgin 147 HD Virgin 195
Freeview 57 Sky 159
8.55am Food Unwrapped (S) (HD) 9.30
Location, Location, Location (S) (HD) 10.30
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun (S) (HD)
12.35pm Four in a Bed: ?ve editions (S) (HD)
3.10 Come Dine with Me (S) (HD) 5.55 Kirstie
and Phil?s Love It or List It (S) (AD) (HD)
A labrador with a lame hind leg. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00am Access 9.10 Now That?s Funny! (S)
10.00 Gilmore Girls (S) 11.45 FILM Fatal
Defense ?? Thriller starring Ashley Scott (S)
1.30pm FILM Missing Daughter ?? Thriller
starring Austin Highsmith and Wes Brown (S)
3.20 FILM The Killing Game ?? Crime
thriller starring Laura Prepon and Ty Olsson
(S) 5.05 FILM King Solomon?s Mines ??
Adventure starring Richard Chamberlain
7.55 Grand Designs
7.10pm CSI: NY
6.55pm The Supervet
Re-creating an art deco home. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 New. Code 37: Sex Crimes
8/13. Hannah hears some intriguing news
about the file on the break-in at her
parents? house. Flemish +subtitles. (AD)
Hannah Maes
Charles Ruiters
Bob De Groof
Kevin Desmet
Mark Vermaelen
Veerle Baetens
Marc Lauwrys
Michael Pas
Gilles De Schryver
Ben Segers
10.05 24 Hours in A&E
19/21 Series 4. A man is shot during
half-time at a basketball game. (S)
8.05 1/25 Series 5. A concussed Mac is
found at the harbour in Jersey City. (S)
9.00 Carrie ???
remake starring Chlo� Grace
q Horror
Moretz and Julianne Moore. Shy teen
Carrie White is frequently bullied by her
classmates. But she has a hidden power...
Director Kimberly Peirce (2013, 15) (S)
11.05 Stephen King?s Thinner ?
A 22-year-old is rushed in with stab
wounds to his face and arm. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 Featuring Lloyd, who has injured his
foot on an obstacle course. (S) (AD) (HD)
killing a Gypsy, Billy Halleck is cursed.
12.05am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
(S) 2.00 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (S) (HD)
3.05?3.45am Eight out of Ten Cats (S) (HD)
More4 +1 Freeview 86 Freesat 125 Sky 236 Virgin 196
2.50am FILM Missing Daughter ??
4.25 Dogs Make You Laugh Out Loud (S)
4.50 Access 5.00 Neighbours (S) (AD) (HD)
5.30?6.00am Home and Away (S) (AD) (HD)
E4
28
F?view 28 F?sat 122 Sky 135 Virgin 106 HD Virgin 145
6.00am Hollyoaks Shown Wed/Thu 6.30pm C4
(AD) 7.00 2 Broke Girls (AD) 8.00 Baby Daddy
9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Young & Hungry
(AD) 11.00 How I Met Your Mother (AD)
12 noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD) 1.00pm
The Big Bang Theory (AD) 2.00 Melissa &
Joey 3.00 Baby Daddy 4.00 New Girl (AD)
5.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
6.00pm The Big Bang Theory
3&4/24 Series 6. Double bill. (AD)
7.00 New. Hollyoaks More drama from
Chester. Cast pp85/115 Rptd next Monday C4 (AD)
7.30 The Posh Frock Shop Fatma picks up
her bespoke mother-of-the groom dress. (AD)
8.00 The Big Bang Theory
3&6/24 Series 9. Double bill. (AD)
9.00 FILM A Good Day to Die Hard ??
Action thriller starring Bruce Willis. John
McClane takes on the Russian Mob. English,
Russian+subtitles. Review page 44. (AD) (W)
11.00 The Big Bang Theory
10&11/24 Series 4. Double bill. (AD)
11.55 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (AD)
starring Robert John Burke
q Horror
and Joe Mantegna. After accidentally
Director Tom Holland (1996, 18)
Pick
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Freeview 11 Freesat 144 Sky 152 Virgin 123
6.00am Border Security 7.00 Highway Patrol 8.00
Police Force: Australia 9.00 Border Security USA
10.00 Nothing to Declare 11.00 The Flash 12 noon
Cold Case 1.00pm Blue Bloods 2.00 House 3.00
Border Security: America?s Front Line 4.00 Police
Force: Australia 5.00 Stargate Universe 6.00
Stargate SG-1 7.00 Stargate Atlantis 8.00 New.
The Flash: Grodd and his gorillas attack Central
City 9.00 New. Britain?s Most Evil Killers: Mick
Philpott 10.00 The Force: North East 11.00 Police
10/7 12 midnight Brit Cops: Rapid Response
1.00am Road Wars 2.00 Stop, Search, Sieze
3.00 UK Border Force 4.00 Highway Patrol
5.00?6.00am Nothing to Declare
Pick +1 Freeview 97 Freesat 145 Sky 252
True Entertainment
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Freeview 61 (not Wales) Freesat 142 Sky 179 Virgin 189
12.55am The Inbetweeners (SL) (AD) 1.25
Gogglebox 2.30 Tattoo Fixers: Extreme (SL) (AD)
3.25 Celebs Go Dating (AD) 4.20 2 Broke Girls
(AD) 5.00?6.00am How I Met Your Mother (AD)
6.00am The Waltons 7.00 Little House on the
Prairie 8.00 Touched by an Angel 9.00 Highway to
Heaven 11.00 Little House on the Prairie 1.00pm
Hamish Macbeth 2.00 Cinderella 4.00 The Agatha
Christie Hour 5.00 Murder, She Wrote 6.00 Hamish
Macbeth 7.00 M*A*S*H 8.00 Randall and Hopkirk
(Deceased) 9.00 Taggart 10.30 FILM Living
with the Enemy ?? Thriller 12.30am Menendez:
a Killing in Beverly Hills 2.30?3.00am M*A*S*H
E4 +1 Freeview 29 Freesat 123 Sky 235 Virgin 146
True Entertainment +1 Freesat 152 Sky 279
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F?view 47 F?sat 127 Sky 137 Virgin 143 HD F?view 110
9.00am Find It, Fix It, Flog It 11.00 A New
Life in the Sun 12 noon Undercover Boss USA
2.00pm A Place in the Sun 4.00 Ramsay?s
Hotel Hell (AD) 5.00 Everybody Loves
Raymond 6.30 Frasier (AD) 8.00 Location,
Location, Location Shown yesterday 8pm C4
9.00 999: What?s Your Emergency? (AD)
10.00 The Great British Bake Off 6/10. See
choice, p82 (AD) 11.20 Gogglebox (AD) 1.25
Eight out of Ten Cats Does Countdown 2.30 First
Dates Hotel (AD) 3.35 The Great British Bake Off: an
Extra Slice (AD) 4.35?5.05am Extreme Cake Makers
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Freeview 70 Freesat 138 Sky 317 Virgin 149
8.00am Hercules: the Legendary Journeys 9.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 10.00 Star Trek 11.00 FILM
500 MPH Storm ?? Disaster thriller 12.50pm
Highlights 1.00 FILM AE: Apocalypse Earth ??
Sci-? action thriller 2.50 Highlights 3.00 Lost in
Space 4.00 FILM It Came from Outer Space II ?
Sci-? drama 5.50 Highlights 6.00 Star Trek 7.00
Star Trek: Enterprise 8.00 Under the Dome 9.00
FILM Rogue ??? A crocodile in Australia gets a
taste for human ?esh 10.55 FILM X Moor ??
12.35am FILM Shrooms ??? Horror starring
Lindsey Haun 2.20 FILM FearDotCom ? Horror
thriller with Stephen Dorff 4.20?4.30am Highlights
5 USA +1 F?view 56 (not 2-4am) F?sat 130 Sky 241 Virgin 185
5 Star
30
Freeview 30 Freesat 131 Sky 128 Virgin 151
8.00am Last Man Standing 8.25 Dance
Moms (S) 10.05 Last Man Standing 11.05
Two and a Half Men 12 noon Police
Interceptors (S) 1.00pm Can?t Pay? We?ll
Take It Away (S) 3.00 Neighbours (S) (AD)
3.30 Home and Away (S) (AD) 4.00 My Wife
and Kids (S) 5.00 Two and a Half Men
6.00pm Neighbours Shown 5.30pm C5 (S) (AD)
6.30 New. Home and Away (S) (AD) 7.00
New. The Bachelorette Australia 8.00 Can?t
Pay? We?ll Take It Away (S) 9.00 FILM Clash
of the Titans ??? Remake of the 1981
fantasy adventure (W) 11.10 FILM Resident
Evil ??? Sci-? action horror starring Milla
Jovovich and Michelle Rodriguez (W)
1.15am World?s Wildest Holidays: bad behaviour
aboard planes 2.20 The Bachelorette Australia
3.10?4.00am Me and My Facial Dis?gurement (S)
5 Star +1 Freeview 55 Sky 228 Virgin 186
5 Spike
31
1.00am Fights, Camera, Action!: examples of rage
on two wheels 2.00?3.00am Wynonna Earp
5 Spike +1 Sky 250
54
Freeview 54 Freesat 133 Sky 153 Virgin 152
9.00am Access 9.10 Neighbours (S) (AD) 9.35
Home and Away (S) (AD) 10.00 Secrets of the
National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh (S) 11.00 The
Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies (S) 12 noon Bene?ts
Britain: Life on the Dole (S) 1.00pm Nightmare
Tenants, Slum Landlords (S) 2.00 GPs: behind
Closed Doors 4.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S) 5.00
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies (S) 6.00 GPs:
behind Closed Doors 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet (S)
(AD) 9.00 Traf?c Cops (S) 10.00 Paddington Station
24/7 (S) 11.00 30 Inches Tall and Turning 18:
Extraordinary People (S) 12 midnight Circus Kids:
Our Secret World (S) 1.00am Nightmare Tenants,
Slum Landlords (S) 2.00 Bene?ts Britain: Life on
the Dole (S) 3.00?4.00am The Hotel Inspector
CBS Action
Freeview 39 Freesat 137 Sky 148 Virgin 192
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Freeview 71 (1-11pm) Freesat 134 Sky 147 Virgin 197
9.00am The High Chaparral 10.00 ER 11.00
Touched by an Angel 12 noon Judge Judy
1.00pm Dynasty 2.00 The Love Boat 3.00
Medium 4.00 Judge Judy 6.00 The Love Boat
7.00 CSI: Miami 8.00 ER 9.00 Medium 10.00
Dynasty: Adam struggles with his Carrington
heritage 11.00 The Love Boat 12 midnight Judge
Judy 1.00am ER 2.00 Medium 3.00 CSI: Miami
4.00 Touched by an Angel 5.00?6.00am JAG
Gardening
Freeview 19 Freesat 159 Sky 155 Virgin 245
6.00am Secrets of the Castle (S) (AD) 8.00 Britain?s
Lost Roman Circus: a Time Team Special 9.00
Buried by the Blitz: a Time Team Special 10.00
Murder Maps (S) 11.00 Abandoned Engineering
(S) (AD) 12 noon Britain?s Lost Roman Circus: a
Time Team Special 1.00pm Buried by the Blitz: a
Time Team Special 2.00 Mega-Tsunami: Wave of
Destruction (S) 3.00 Ten Things You Didn?t Know
about Volcanos (AD) 4.00 Murder Maps (S)
5.00 Abandoned Engineering (S) (AD) 6.00 Nazi
Victory: the Post-War Plan (S) 7.00 Impossible
Engineering (S) (AD) 8.00 Wonders of the
Universe (S) (AD) 9.00 Abandoned Engineering (S)
(AD) 10.00 The World at War (S) 11.00 Murder
Maps (S) 12 midnight Abandoned Engineering (S)
(AD) 1.00?3.00am Secrets of the Castle (S) (AD)
Yesterday +1 Sky 255 Virgin 246
Really
17
Freeview 17 Freesat 160 Sky 142 Virgin 129
6.00am Posh Pawn 7.00 Home Shopping 8.00
Homes under the Hammer 10.00 Tipping Point:
hosted by Ben Shepard 11.00 DIY SOS
12 noon Escape to the Country 2.00pm The
Great British Bake Off (AD) 3.00 Homes under the
Hammer 4.00 King?s Cross ER: double bill (AD)
5.00 Ghost Adventures (AD) 6.00 Antiques Road
Trip 7.00 Antiques Road Trip: Skipton to Shef?eld
8.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 9.00 The
Scariest Night of My Life 10.00 When Ghosts
Attack (AD) 11.00 Ghost Adventures (AD)
12 midnight The Dead Files 1.00am The Scariest
Night of My Life 2.00 Shopping 4.00 Ghost
Adventures 4.50?6.00am Helicopter Heroes
Home
25
7.00am Homes under the Hammer 8.00 Flog It!
9.00 DIY SOS: the Big Build (AD) 10.00 River
Cottage Spring 11.00 Wanted Down Under 12 noon
Income Property 1.00pm DIY SOS: the Big Build (AD)
2.00 Escape to the Country 3.00 Flog It! 4.00
Wanted Down Under 5.00 Homes under the Hammer
6.00pm Home away from Home 7.00 River
Cottage Spring 8.00 New. Income Property 9.00
Escape to the Country 10.00 Income Property
11.00 Tiny House, Big Living 12 midnight Home
away from Home 1.00am Homes under the
Hammer 1.50 Marbella Mansions 2.40 Our
House 3.30?4.00am Digging for Victory
Home +1 Sky 258 Virgin 282
Quest
37
Freeview 37 Freesat 172 Sky 144 Virgin 172
HD Freeview 114 Freesat 167 Virgin 217
6.00am Wheeler Dealers 6.20 Wet Nets 6.45
How It?s Made (AD) (HD) 8.00 Combat Dealers (HD)
9.00 Salvage Hunters ? Best Buys (HD) 10.00
Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 11.00 How It?s Made:
Dream Cars (HD) 12 noon How It?s Made (HD)
1.00pm Gold Rush (HD) 2.00 Mega Shippers (HD)
3.00 Wheeler Dealers (HD) 4.00 Supertruckers
(HD) 5.00 How Do They Do It? (HD) 6.00 Wheeler
Dealers (AD) (HD) 7.00 Aussie Gold Hunters (HD)
8.00 Salvage Hunters (HD) 9.00 New. Disasters at
Sea (HD) 10.00 Gold Rush (HD) 11.00 History in the
Making (HD) 11.30 World?s Deadliest Drivers (HD)
12 midnight Wheeler Dealers (AD) (HD) 1.00am
Chasing Classic Cars (HD) 2.00 Supertruckers (HD)
3.00 Destroyed in Seconds 4.00 Fantomworks
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Overhaulin? (AD)
Quest +1 F?view 83 (7pm?4am) F?sat 168 Sky 244 Virgin 173
Challenge
Quest +1 Freeview 83 (7pm-4am) Sky 195 Virgin 46
173
Freeview 46 Freesat 146 Sky 145 Virgin 139
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9.00am Diagnosis Murder 11.00 The High
Chaparral 1.00pm Bonanza 2.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 3.00 NCIS: double bill 5.00 JAG
6.00pm Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 9.00 Scorpion 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles
11.00 NCIS: double bill 12.55am Scorpion 1.50
JAG 2.50 The District 3.40 Walker, Texas Ranger
4.30?6.00am Thunder in Paradise
CBS Drama
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Freeview 25 Freesat 166 Sky 158 Virgin 281
Freeview 31 Freesat 141 Sky 150 Virgin 154
9.00am Police Interceptors 10.00 World?s
Deadliest Weather: Caught on Camera 11.05
The Virginian: Men from Shiloh 12.45pm
FILM Rose of Cimarron ?? Western 2.20
FILM The Singer Not the Song ?? Western
starring Dirk Bogarde 5.00 The A-Team
7.00pm Police Interceptors 8.00 World?s
Angriest: Caught on Camera 9.00 New.
Under Attack 10.00 New. Wynonna Earp
11/12 Series 3. Wynonna has another run-in
with the Revenants 11.00 Impact Wrestling
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Yesterday
Friday Television
Code 37: Sex Crimes 9.00pm The
12.55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: a bassist
in a country music band is electrocuted mid-song
(S) (AD) 1.55 Chicago PD: Ruzek is drawn into a
robbery 2.50 Chicago Fire 3.50?4.00am Access
Sony Crime and PBS America listed overleaf.
Film4 and other Freeview movie channels: p120
6.00am Deal Or No Deal 7.30 Dale?s Supermarket
Sweep 8.00 Wheel of Fortune (AD) 9.00 Chase
USA (AD) 10.00 Family Fortunes 10.30 Play Your
Cards Right 11.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
12 noon Wheel of Fortune (AD) 1.00pm Catchphrase
(AD) 2.00 Family Fortunes 3.00 Play Your Cards
Right (AD) 3.30 The Chase (AD) 4.30 Deal or No
Deal 6.00 The Cube 7.00 Pointless Celebrities
8.00 The Chase 10.00 Who Wants to Be a
Millionaire? 11.00 Bullseye 1.00am The Chase 3.00
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 4.00 Pointless
Celebrities 5.00?6.00am The Chase Australia (AD)
Challenge +1 Freesat 147 Sky 245 Virgin 180
BBC
Parliament
232
Freeview 232 Freesat 201 Sky 504 Virgin 605
6.00am Political Highlights 9.00 Welsh First
Minister?s Questions 9.45 Welsh Assembly
12.30pm Scottish Parliament 3.50 Scottish First
Minister?s Questions 4.35 Scottish Parliament
7.00 Political Highlights 10.15 This Week: Andrew
Neil introduces a round-table chat discussing
political stories 11.00?6.00am Political Highlights
Plant bulbs now for spring surprises
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A Discovery of Witches
9.00pm Diana and Ysabeau
Television Friday
Sky 1
Game of Thrones 9.00pm
Tyrion spies an opportunity
Sky Atlantic
Sky Witness
Gavin & Stacey 11.00pm The
My Favourite Sketch 10.00pm
couple begin their new life
Sally teams up with Paul
W
Gold
Sky 106 Virgin 110 HD Virgin 109
Sky 108
Sky 107 Virgin 112 HD Virgin 111
Sky 109 Virgin 125 BT 311 HD Virgin 191 BT 383
Sky 110 BT 310 Virgin 124
6.00am Monkey Business (S) (AD)
7.00 Monkey Life (S) (AD) (HD) 8.00
Animal House (S) (AD) 9.00 RSPCA
Animal Rescue (S) 10.00 Modern
Family (S) (HD) 11.00 Road Wars (HD)
12 noon Hawaii Five-0 (HD) 2.00pm
NCIS: Los Angeles (S) (AD) (HD) 4.00
The Flash (S) (HD) 5.00 The Simpsons
(S) (HD) 5.30 Futurama (S) (HD)
6.30pm The Simpsons Homer
illegally taps into cable TV.
7.00 Bart takes his dog to a
canine obedience class.
7.30 Homer plays matchmaker
for Marge?s sister. (S) (HD)
8.00 Modern Family 9&10/22
Series 8. Double bill. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. A Discovery of
Witches 4/8. Diana seeks
safety at the Clairmont family
home. See page 112. (S) (HD)
10.00 The Late Late Show with
James Corden: Best of the
Week Talk show highlights. (HD)
11.00 The Russell Howard Hour
14/14. With John Oliver. (S) (HD)
12 midnight An Idiot Abroad:
Karl Pilkington re?ects (S) (AD) (HD)
1.00am Caribbean Cops (S) (AD)
2.00 NCIS: Los Angeles (S) (AD)
(HD) 3.00 Duck Quacks Don?t Echo
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.00 The Flash (S) (HD)
5.00?6.00am Futurama (S) (HD)
6.00am The Guest Wing (S) (AD)
(HD) 7.00 Fish Town (S) (HD) 8.00
Richard E Grant?s Hotel Secrets (S)
(AD) (HD) 9.00 The West Wing (S)
(HD) 11.00 House (HD) 1.00pm
Without a Trace (S) (HD) 2.00 Blue
Bloods (AD) (HD) 3.00 The West
Wing (S) (HD) 5.00 House (HD)
7.00pm Without a Trace 6/18
Series 6. Malone and Grissom
attempt to unravel a serial
killer?s modus operandi. (S)
8.00 Blue Bloods 13/22 Series 8
Henry?s meddling pushes Danny?s
buttons until he leads them to
valuable information. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Game of Thrones 1/10
Series 5. Jon Snow tries to
mediate between Mance Rayder
and Stannis. (S) (AD) (HD)
10.00 2/10. Arya arrives in
Braavos, and Stannis has a
proposal for Jon. (S) (AD) (HD)
11.05 Flight of the Conchords
7/10 Series 2. The prime minister
of New Zealand arrives in town. (HD)
11.40 8/10. The prime minister
snubs the Conchords. (HD)
12.15am The Deuce (HD) 1.25
Dexter (S) (HD) 2.35 Entourage (S)
(HD) 3.10 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation (S) (HD) 4.10?5.05am
The West Wing (S) (HD)
6.00am Motorway Patrol (S) 7.00
Border Security: Canada?s Front
Line (S) (HD) 8.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation (S) (HD) 9.00 Criminal
Minds (S) (HD) 10.00 Elementary (S)
(AD) (HD) 11.00 Air Rescue (S) (HD)
11.30 The Real A&E (S) (AD) (HD)
12 noon Police Force: Australia (S)
1.00pm Police 10/7 (S) 2.00
Highway Patrol (S) (HD) 3.00
Motorway Patrol (S) 4.00 Border
Security: Canada?s Front Line (S)
(HD) 5.00 UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.00pm The Real A&E
Double bill. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 New. My Kitchen Rules
South Africa Amateur cooks invite
viewers into their homes. (HD)
8.00 Criminal Minds 26/26
Series 4. Horri?c and disturbing
discoveries await the team.
9.00 13/22 Series 13. A killer
leaves cryptic messages.
10.00 14/22. A mass grave is
discovered in New Orleans. (S) (HD)
11.00 Elementary 15/24 Series 5
Kitty Winter returns. (S) (AD) (HD)
12 midnight Criminal Minds (S) (HD)
1.00am How I Caught the Killer
(HD) 2.00 For the People (S) (HD)
3.00 Send in the Dogs (S) 4.00
Air Rescue (S) (HD) 4.30 The Real
A&E (S) (AD) (HD) 5.00?6.00am
UK Border Force (S) (HD)
6.10am Extreme Makeover: Home
Edition (S) 7.00 My Dream Home
(HD) 8.00 Tipping Point (HD) 10.00
The Bill (S) 11.00 Supernanny US
(S) 12 noon Tipping Point (HD)
1.00pm MasterChef Australia (HD)
2.00 Extreme Makeover: Home
Edition (S) 3.00 My Dream Home
(HD) 5.00 Tipping Point (HD)
7.00pm New. MasterChef
Australia The contestants face
an elimination challenge at
Maggie Beer?s Eatery in the
Barossa Valley. (HD)
9.00 Inside the Ambulance
Paramedics Gaz and Mike rush a
small baby to hospital with
suspected meningitis. (S) (HD)
10.00 Michelle and Hannah help
a man having a devastating
anxiety attack in the street. (S) (HD)
11.00 Gavin & Stacey The
couple settle into their new life
in Wales, leaving Smithy to come
to terms with being in Essex
without his best mate. (S) (AD)
11.40 Stacey is on the lookout for
a new job, but will Gavin stick to his
promise? Dave is distressed when
Nessa tells him she?s taking the
baby to see his dad. (S) (AD) (HD)
12.20am Inside the Ambulance
(S) (HD) 2.10?3.00am Beauty
and the Beast (AD) (HD)
7.40am The Piglet Files 8.40 Ever
Decreasing Circles (S) 9.20 Last of
the Summer Wine (S) 11.20 Are You
Being Served? (S) 12 noon Hi-de-Hi!
(S) 12.40pm Ever Decreasing
Circles (S) 1.20 dinnerladies (S) (AD)
2.00 Only Fools and Horses (S) (AD)
2.40 Last of the Summer Wine:
triple bill (S) 4.40 Are You Being
Served? (S) 5.20 Hi-de-Hi! (S)
6.00pm dinnerladies (S) (AD)
6.40 Only Fools and Horses
Rodney plans to make a ?lm. (S) (AD)
7.20 Dad?s Army (S)
8.00 The Good Life (S) (AD)
8.45 Only Fools and Horses
Rodney joins a band. (S) (AD)
9.20 Mrs Brown?s Boys The family
awaits the fruits of its fraud. (S)
10.00 New series. My Favourite
Sketch Sally Phillips joins some
the nations most beloved
comedians on a journey through
their favourite sketches. See p113.
11.00 The Fast Show (S) (AD)
11.40 Mrs Brown?s Boys
Agnes throws Trevor a party. (S)
12.20am Knowing Me, Knowing
You...with Alan Partridge (S) 1.40
Snuff Box 2.15 Limmy?s Show 2.45
as 11pm 3.15?4.00am as 12.20am
Sky 1 +1 Sky 206
Sky Atlantic +1 Sky 208
Sky Witness +1 Sky 207 Virgin 140
W +1 Sky 209 Virgin 131
Gold +1 Sky 210 Virgin 190
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Sky Arts
Sky 2
Syfy
TLC
a
Comedy Central
Sky 122 Virgin 122 HD Virgin 206
Sky 123 Virgin 121
Sky 114 Virgin 135 BT 319 HD Virgin 165 BT 375
Sky 140 Virgin 167 BT 323 HD Virgin 168 BT 377
Sky 112 Virgin 132 BT 307 HD Virgin 181 BT 370
6.00am Katherine Jenkins
Featuring Collabro (S) (HD) 8.00
Kiri Te Kanawa: Legends of Opera
(HD) 9.00 Opera North: Trouble in
Tahiti (HD) 10.00 Tales of the
Unexpected (S) 10.30 National
Trust: National Treasures (S) (AD)
(HD) 11.45 Hollywood: Singing and
Dancing (S) (AD) 1.00pm Discovering:
Charlton Heston (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00
The Adventurers of Modern Art (S)
(HD) 3.00 Tales of the Unexpected
(S) 3.30 National Trust: National
Treasures: Castle Drogo in Devon
(S) (AD) (HD) 4.45 Hollywood:
Singing and Dancing (S) (AD)
6.00pm Discovering: Judy
Garland A pro?le. (S) (AD) (HD)
7.00 Discovering Film An
intimate portrait of Peter Finch. (HD)
8.00 Video Killed the Radio Star
The making of music videos for
songs by Paul Weller. (HD)
8.30 New. Cream: Music Icons
A look at the music of Cream. (HD)
9.00 New. The Art of Drumming
Leading drummers discuss
their main in?uences. Last in
series. See page 112. (HD)
10.15 Led Zeppelin: Celebration
Day The band?s one-off reunion at
London?s O2 in 2007. (S) (HD)
12.45am The Art of Drumming
(HD) 2.00 Lenny Kravitz: Just Let
Go ? Live (HD) 4.15 Beat Beat Beat
(HD) 4.30 Tales of the Unexpected
(S) 5.00?6.00am Tim Marlow:
Art?s Greatest Failures (S) (HD)
6.00am Relic Hunter (S) 7.00
Supergirl (S) 8.00 The Flash (S)
9.00 60-Minute Makeover (S) 10.00
Fat Families (S) 11.00 My Kitchen
Rules South Africa 12 noon Animal
House (S) (AD) 1.00pm Animal 999
(S) (AD) 2.00 Relic Hunter (S) 3.00
Stargate SG-1 (S) 5.00 Supergirl (S)
6.00pm The Flash 12/23 Series 3
Barry and the STAR Labs team
work together to bring down a
meta-human serial killer. (S)
7.00 A Town Called Eureka 8/20
Series 4. The townsfolk have to
conclude their unresolved issues
to get rid of hallucinations. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 6/24
Series 7. The team searches for Sam?s
former partner, who vanishes
while buying explosives during
a vital undercover operation. (S)
9.00 A League of Their Own
With guests Nicola Adams,
Wladimir Klitschko and Tom Davis.
10.00 Sick of It 3/6. Karl books
a holiday alone, but his hopes
of a quiet week are dashed.
10.30 4/6. Karl and Norma wind
up on a mad journey to Eastbourne.
11.00 The Force: Essex Of?cers
help two women who have been
robbed at machete-point. (S)
12 midnight A Discovery of
Witches (S) 1.00am The Late Late
Show with James Corden: Best of
the Week 2.00 Instinct 3.00 Most
Shocking (S) 4.00 Hawaii Five-0 (S)
5.00?6.00am Relic Hunter (S)
6.00am CSI: Miami 8.00 Home
Shopping 11.00 Merlin 1.00pm
Stitchers 2.00 FILM Eruption:
LA ?? Disaster movie starring
Matthew Atkinson 4.00 Merlin
6.00pm Star Trek: the Next
Generation 23/26 Series 1
A member of the crew is
murdered by an alien entity.
7.00 24/26. Picard is unexpectedly
reunited with his ?rst love in the
midst of an investigation.
8.00 Stitchers 4/10 Series 3
When an MI6 agent is found dead,
Kirsten has a hard time deciphering
anything helpful out of his
memories because they are coded.
9.00 Star Trek V: the Final
Frontier ???
Sci-? adventure based on the
popular TV series, starring
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
and DeForest Kelley. The captain
and crew of the untested new
starship Enterprise travel to
the desolate world of Nimbus III
after a Vulcan mystic kidnaps a
group of Federation diplomats.
11.10 Recoil ??
Action drama starring Steve
Austin and Danny Trejo. A
bitter and grieving man sets out
to ?nd and punish the men who
murdered his wife and child.
1.10am Merlin: double bill 3.10
Stitchers 4.00?6.00am Buffy
the Vampire Slayer: double bill
Syfy +1 Sky 214 Virgin 136
6.00am Say Yes to the Dress (HD) 7.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 8.00
Cake Boss (HD) 9.00 Little People, Big
World (HD) 11.00 My Four Wives (HD)
1.00pm 90 Day Fianc� before the 90
Days (HD) 3.00 Curvy Brides (HD) 4.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids (HD)
5.00 Say Yes to the Dress (HD) 6.00
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 7.00
Property Brothers: Linda and Drew Say
I Do (AD) (HD) 8.00 New. Say Yes to the
Vegas Dress (HD) 9.00 New. Say Yes to
the Dress: Atlanta (HD) 10.00 Say Yes
to the Dress: Nightmares and Dreams
(HD) 11.00 Gypsy Brides US (AD) (HD)
12 midnight as 8pm 1.00am as 9pm
2.00 as 10pm 3.00 Curvy Brides (HD)
4.00 Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Cake Boss (HD)
8.00am My Wife and Kids (S) (HD)
9.00 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S)
10.00 Scrubs (S) 11.00 Friends (S)
(AD) (HD) 1.00pm Gilmore Girls (HD)
2.00 Friends (S) (AD) (HD)
4.00 Impractical Jokers (S) (HD)
5.00 Fresh off the Boat (S) (HD)
6.00pm Friends (HD) 9.00
Impractical Jokers (S) (HD) 10.00
New. Roast Battle (HD) 10.30 The
Roast of Charlie Sheen (HD)
12 midnight South Park (HD) 12.30am
Brickleberry (S) (HD) 1.00 Roast Battle
(HD) 1.30 South Park (S) (HD) 2.30
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (S) 3.25
The Cleveland Show (S) (HD) 3.50
New. The Daily Show (HD) 4.15?5.00am
Malcolm in the Middle (S) (HD)
TLC +1 Sky 240 Virgin 169
Comedy Central +1 Sky 212 Virgin 133
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Sky 164 Virgin 208 BT 329 HD Virgin 209 BT 384
Freeview 40 Freesat 143 Sky 157 Virgin 193
7.00am Judge Judy (HD) 8.00
Hardcore Pawn (HD) 9.00 Property
Brothers (HD) 10.00 Masters of
Flip (HD) 11.00 Judge Judy (HD)
1.00pm Hardcore Pawn (HD) 2.00
Vanderpump Rules (HD) 3.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey
(HD) 4.00 Dance Moms (HD) 5.00
Dance Moms: Abby Tells All (HD)
6.30pm Judge Judy (HD) 9.00
Babies behind Bars (HD) 10.00 Fatal
Vows (HD) 11.00 Hardcore Pawn (HD)
7.00am Fatal Vows 8.00 48
Hours: Mystery 11.00 Fear Thy
Neighbour 12 noon Fatal Vows
1.00pm Snapped: double bill
3.00 Hustle 4.00 The Glades
5.00 Person of Interest
6.00pm CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 8.00 Hustle: Sean
vows to get even with his estranged
father 9.00 Person of Interest:
Shaw is assigned to protect a
ten-year-old girl 10.00 Bizarre
Murders 10.30 Deadly Women
12 midnight Babies behind Bars (HD)
1.00am My Crazy Ex (HD) 2.00 The
Real Housewives of New Jersey (HD)
3.00?4.00am Dance Moms (HD)
Lifetime +1 Sky 264
12.30am Killer Kids 1.30 Bizarre
Murders 2.00 Fatal Vows
3.00?4.00am 48 Hours: Mystery
Sony Crime +1 F?view 60 (9pm-6am) Sky 257
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Full listings for Channel 5 are on p116
Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit 9.00pm Det Stabler
Universal TV
Rosewood 11.00pm A murder
NCIS: New Orleans 9.00pm
Impossible Builds 9.00pm The
case for Pippy and Beaumont
Sebastian?s friend needs help
creation of Sweden Island
Alibi
Fox
Discovery
Sky 132 Virgin 126 BT 312 HD Virgin 200 BT 382
Sky 124 Virgin 157 HD Virgin 199
Sky 125 Virgin 250 BT 322 HD Virgin 251 BT 376
8.00am Sea Patrol 9.00 Major
Crimes 12 noon Law & Order
2.00pm CSI: Miami 5.00 NCIS
6.00pm NCIS 18/23 Series 1. A
former US Navy SEAL escapes from
prison intent on ?nding his wife?s
murderer ? and the team tries to
reach him before he exacts revenge.
7.00 19/23. Gibbs and his team
are called to investigate the
murder of a fellow NCIS agent.
8.00 20/23. The team investigates
the disappearance of a US marine
and discovers three former members
of his unit have recently died.
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 16/23 Series 3
Stabler?s wife tells him about a rape
victim who is too frightened to go
to the police. In the course of his
investigation, he uncovers drug
and alcohol abuse at a school.
10.00 17/23. Benson and Stabler
investigate the rape of a cellist,
and believe her conductor may
be to blame for the attack.
11.00 18/23. Cabot gets deeply
involved in a child abuse case ?
and bends the rules with Stabler
and Benson to achieve a result.
12 midnight Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit: two further episodes
2.00am Sea Patrol 3.00 Chance
4.00?5.00am Numb3rs
7.10am Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S)
8.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder Mysteries
(S) 9.00 Murdoch Mysteries (S) (HD)
10.00 The Guardian (HD) 11.00
Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (S) 12 noon
Castle (S) (AD) (HD) 1.00pm Father
Brown (S) (AD) (HD) 2.00 The
Coroner (S) (AD) 3.00 Murdoch
Mysteries (S) (HD) 4.00 Rosewood
(S) (HD) 5.00 Rizzoli & Isles (S) (AD)
7.00pm The Coroner 4/10
Series 1. The reopening of a local
restaurant ends abruptly when
the owner is shot dead. (S) (AD)
8.00 Father Brown 9/10 Series 1
The mayor dies suddenly and
Mrs McCarthy?s past comes
back to haunt her. (S) (AD) (HD)
9.00 Death in Paradise 1/8
Series 6. Humphrey suspects foul
play when a scientist is found dead,
seemingly from a heart attack,
halfway up a live volcano. (AD) (HD)
10.00 Miss Fisher?s Murder
Mysteries 2/13 Series 2
Phryne?s aunt attends a seance,
where a ghostly message spells
death for a war veteran. (S)
11.00 Rosewood 7/22 Series 1
The pathologist goes up against
his father during a murder trial. (S)
12 midnight Rizzoli & Isles (S) (AD)
2.00?4.00am Judge John Deed
8.00am Leverage (HD) 9.00 Monk
(HD) 11.00 The Mentalist (HD)
1.00pm NCIS (S) (HD) 3.00 Monk (HD)
5.00pm The Mentalist
16/24 Series 4. The CBI team
confronts an old adversary. (HD)
6.00 17/24. The team suspects
a billionaire of murder. (HD)
7.00 NCIS 14/24 Series 12
DiNozzo investigates a murder
at the military academy he
once attended. (S) (HD)
8.00 16/24 Series 15. Gibbs and
the team work to clear the name
of a retired Marine. (S) (HD)
9.00 New. NCIS: New Orleans
12/24 Series 4. Sebastian receives
a plea for help from his highschool friend Adrian Conner after
her business partner is killed. (HD)
10.00 Bull 17/22 Series 2. Bull
agrees to help Chunk?s daughter
when her journalism professor is
sued by a dating app developer. (HD)
11.00 Family Guy Series 7. Peter
begins to imagine his friends
appearing in Stephen King?s stories.
11.30 Peter discovers he led a
past life in 17th-century England.
12 midnight American Dad!
1.00am Family Guy 2.00
American Dad! 3.00 Family Guy
4.00?5.00am American Dad!
6.00am How It?s Made (HD) 7.00
Outback Truckers (HD) 8.00 Wheeler
Dealers (HD) 11.00 Fast ?n? Loud
(HD) 12 noon Close Encounters (HD)
1.00pm Edge of Alaska (HD) 2.00
Alaska: the Last Frontier (HD) 3.00
Mighty Ships (HD) 4.00 Gold Divers
(HD) 5.00 Gold Rush (HD)
6.00pm Fast ?n? Loud The team
sets to work restoring a 1965
Volkswagen Beetle. (HD)
7.00 Outback Truckers Cameron?s
journey gets hotter and harder while
Steve Grahame hits the mud. (HD)
8.00 Wheeler Dealers Mike
Brewer travels to Chicago in search
of a rust-free Pontiac GTO. (HD)
9.00 New series. Impossible
Builds A property tycoon plans to
develop six islands near Dubai. (HD)
10.00 How Things Work
A look at the chainsaw. (HD)
11.00 How It?s Made Producing
upright pianos and ?ags. (HD)
11.30 Making oil lamps and
chocolate mints. (HD)
12 midnight American Chopper
(HD) 1.00am Gold Rush: White
Water (HD) 2.00 How Things Work
(HD) 3.00 Impossible Builds (HD)
3.50 Fast ?n? Loud Revved Up (AD)
(HD) 4.40 Wheeler Dealers (HD)
5.30?6.00am How It?s Made (HD)
Universal TV +1 Sky 213 Virgin 138
Alibi +1 Sky 232 Virgin 130
Fox +1 Sky 224 Virgin 158
Discovery +1 Sky 225 Virgin 252
PBS America
94
F?view (HD only) 94 F?sat 155 Sky 160 Virgin 276
8.00am The Bombing of Wall
Street 9.10 Jazz 10.25 Lancaster:
Reunion of Giants 12.10pm The
Bombing of Wall Street 1.20 The
Scots Who Fought Franco 2.25 Jazz
3.35 Lancaster: Reunion of Giants
5.25 The Scots Who Fought Franco
6.30pm Jazz Underground and
after hours in a Harlem club called
Minton?s Playhouse, Dizzy Gillespie
and Charlie Parker introduced a
new chaotic, fast and intricate jazz
style, and as America entered the
Second World War, big-band music
was brought into the spotlight.
7.50 The Gang Crackdown
Investigating how a series of
gang-related murders on Long
Island led law enforcement
to detain immigrant teens,
with many held in detention
without charge for months.
9.00 New. Made in America:
Crips and Bloods Stacy Peralta
chronicles the four decades-long
cycle of destruction and despair
that de?nes modern gang culture.
Tracing the origins of a long feud
and the social and political
circumstances that give rise to the
shocking war-zone reality of gang
warfare and civil uprisings, this
?lm tells the story of the genesis of
LA?s gang culture and the reality of
daily life in South LA.
10.55 The Gang Crackdown
As 7.50pm.
12.05?2.00am Made in America:
Crips and Bloods: as 9pm
Discovery History
Sky 171 Virgin 262
6.00am Aircraft Stories 7.00
Chris Barrie?s Massive Machines
9.00 Top Tens of Warfare 10.00
Cold War Armageddon 11.00 JFK:
Inside the Target Car 12 noon
Aircraft Stories 1.00pm Chris
Barrie?s Massive Machines 2.00
Off the Rails 3.00 Top Tens of
Warfare 4.00 Ultimate Warfare
6.00pm World War II in Colour
Japan?s early involvement in the
war, including its attack on the
US Navy at Pearl Harbor in
December 1941, which brought
America into the con?ict.
7.00 Killer Tanks The M4
Sherman tank, which served the
US Army and US Marine Corps
throughout the Second World War.
8.00 Treasure Quest An
approaching storm jeopardises
the Odyssey Explorer crew?s
investigation into a shipwreck.
9.00 HMS Ark Royal The ship?s
crew members enjoy some down
time in the Florida sunshine. (AD)
10.00 Mother That Killed:
Crimes of the Century The case
of Andrea Yates, who in 2001
drowned all of her ?ve children.
11.00 World War II in Colour
As 6pm.
12 midnight The World?s Strangest
UFO Stories 1.00am Treasure Quest
2.00 Ultimate Warfare 4.00 Top
Tens of Warfare 5.00?6.00am
World War II in Colour
Discovery History +1 Sky 271 Virgin 263
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
History
Nat Geographic
Sky 130 Virgin 270 BT 327 HD BT 379
6.00am American Pickers (HD)
7.00 The Curse of Oak Island (HD)
8.00 Pawn Stars (HD) 9.00 Ancient
Aliens (HD) 10.00 WW2 Treasure
Hunters (HD) 11.00 Forged in Fire
(HD) 12 noon Mountain Men (HD)
1.00pm Pawn Stars (HD) 2.00
American Pickers (HD) 4.00
Storage Wars (HD) 6.00 Forged in
Fire (HD) 7.00 American Pickers
(HD) 8.00 The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 9.00 New. Six (HD) 10.00
Sniper: into the Kill Zone (HD)
Sky 129 Virgin 266 BT 317 HD Virgin 268 BT 373
12 midnight Man at Arms: Art of War
(HD) 1.00am The Curse of Oak Island
(HD) 2.00 Homicide Hunter (HD) 3.00
Ancient Aliens (HD) 4.00 Forged in Fire
(HD) 5.00?6.00am Storage Wars (HD)
8.00am Strippers: Cars for Cash (S)
(AD) (HD) 9.00 Car SOS (HD) 10.00
Extreme Mechanics Alaska (HD) 11.00
Filthy Riches (HD) 12 noon Yukon Gold
(HD) 1.00pm Ultimate Airport Dubai
(HD) 2.00 Banged Up Abroad (HD)
3.00 Air Crash Investigation (HD)
5.00 Wicked Tuna (HD) 6.00 Highway
thru Hell (HD) 7.00 Car SOS (HD)
8.00 To Catch a Smuggler: JFK
Airport: coats lined with cocaine are
intercepted (HD) 9.00 New. Latin
American Hot Borders: double bill (HD)
10.00 Doing Hard Time: Vegas (HD)
11.00 Nazi Megastructures (HD)
12 midnight War Heroes of the Skies
(HD) 1.00am World War II: the Apocalypse
(HD) 2.00 Banged Up Abroad (S) (AD)
(HD) 3.00 Ultimate Airport Dubai (HD)
4.00?5.00am Yukon Gold (HD)
History +1 Sky 230 Virgin 271
Nat Geo +1 Sky 229 Virgin 267
Animal Planet
Eden
CBeebies
202
Freeview 202 Freesat 608 Sky 614 Virgin 702
6.00am Something Special: We?re All
Friends 6.20 Baby Jake 6.30 Yakka
Dee! 6.35 Twirlywoos 6.45 Raa Raa
the Noisy Lion 7.00 Postman Pat 7.15
Bing 7.25 Tee and Mo 7.30 Hey Duggee
7.45 Peter Rabbit 8.00 Go Jetters
8.10 Octonauts 8.20 Biggleton 8.35
Justin?s House 9.00 Olobob Top 9.05
Pablo 9.15 New. Numberblocks 9.20
Kit & Pup 9.25 Bing 9.35 Twirlywoos
9.45 as 1.45pm 10.05 New. Teletubbies
10.20 Patchwork Pals 10.25 Alphablocks
10.30 Let?s Play 10.50 Mister Maker
11.10 Get Well Soon 11.25 My Pet and
Me 11.40 Show Me Show Me 12 noon
My World Kitchen 12.15pm Old Jack?s
Boat 12.30 Nelly & Nora 12.35 Tee
and Mo 12.45 Melody 1.00 Olobob Top
1.05 Pablo 1.15 Numberblocks 1.20 Kit
& Pup 1.25 Bing 1.35 Twirlywoos 1.45
Something Special 2.05 Teletubbies
2.20 Patchwork Pals 2.25 Alphablocks
2.30 Let?s Play 2.50 Kazoops 2.55
Our Family 3.10 Stargazing 3.25
Swashbuckle 3.50 Hey Duggee 4.00
School of Roars 4.05 Messy Goes to
OKIDO 4.20 Peter Rabbit 4.30 Do You
Know? 4.45 Bitz & Bob 5.00 The
Furchester Hotel 5.10 Go Jetters 5.25
Apple Tree House 5.40 Topsy and Tim
5.50 Sarah & Duck 6.00 Charlie and
Lola 6.10 64 Zoo Lane 6.20 In the
Night Garden... 6.50?7.00pm
CBeebies Bedtime Stories
CBBC
201
Freeview 201 Freesat 607 Sky 613 Virgin 701
7.00am Arthur 7.10 Dennis & Gnasher
Unleashed 7.25 Danger Mouse 7.35
MOTD Kickabout: Build-Up 7.40
Newsround: current affairs reports
7.45 Odd Squad 8.00 Class Dismissed
8.15 Newsround 8.25 Marrying Mum
and Dad 8.50 The Dumping Ground
1.40pm Jamie Johnson 2.10 Marrying
Mum and Dad 2.35 The Next Step
3.00 Dennis & Gnasher Unleashed
3.10 OOglies Funsize 3.15 Now You
See It 3.25 Strange Hill High 3.50
Horrible Histories: Gory Games 4.20
Newsround 4.29 The Dumping Ground:
double bill 5.30 My Life: Never Give Up
6.00pm Danger Mouse 6.15 The Deep
6.35 Zig and Zag 6.50 Scream Street:
the story of a regular teenager with the
werewolf gene 7.00 Horrible Histories:
gruesome events and characters from
the past 7.30 My Life: Never Give Up:
Kai refuses to let ADHD stand in the
way of his dreams of show jumping
glory 8.00 Millie Inbetween
8.30?9.00pm The Dumping Ground:
children living in a ?ctional care home
CITV
203
Sky 162 Virgin 256 BT 325 HD Virgin 257 BT 378
Sky 166 Virgin 247 BT 315 HD Virgin 249 BT 389
Freeview 203 Freesat 602 Sky 621 Virgin 734
6.00am Treehouse Masters (HD) 7.00
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 8.00 Dr Jeff
(HD) 9.00 Tanked (HD) 10.00 Treehouse
Masters (HD) 11.00 Animal Cops Houston
(HD) 12 noon Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD)
1.00pm North Woods Law (HD) 2.00
Animal Cops Houston (HD) 3.00 Pit Bulls
and Parolees (HD) 4.00 Tanked (HD) 5.00
Treehouse Masters (HD) 6.00 Deadliest
Sharks (HD) 7.00 Pit Bulls and Parolees
(HD) 8.00 New. North Woods Law (HD)
9.00 Monsters inside Me (HD) 10.00 New.
Monsters of the Abyss (HD) 12 midnight
Pit Bulls and Parolees (HD) 1.00am North
Woods Law (HD) 2.00 Wildest Arctic
(HD) 3.00 Dodo Heroes (HD) 3.50
Monsters inside Me (HD) 4.40 E-Vets:
the Interns 5.10?6.00am Tanked (HD)
9.00am Dog?s Best Friend (S) 10.00 as
5pm 11.00 Yellowstone (S) 12 noon
Crazy Creature Costumes 1.00pm
Dog?s Best Friend (S) 2.00 as 5pm 3.00
The Brain with David Eagleman (S) (AD)
4.00 Dog?s Best Friend (S) 5.00 Gordon
Buchanan: Elephant Family and Me
6.00pm Yellowstone (S) 7.00 Crazy
Creature Costumes 8.00 The Brain
with David Eagleman (S) (AD) 9.00
Polar Bear Town (S) 10.00 Yellowstone
(S) 11.00 Crazy Creature Costumes
12 midnight Polar Bear Town (S) 1.00am
The Brain with David Eagleman (S) (AD)
2.00 Dog?s Best Friend (S) 3.00
Gordon Buchanan: Elephant Family and
Me 3.50 Yellowstone (S) 4.40 The
Brain with David Eagleman (S) (AD)
5.30?6.00am Dog?s Best Friend
Animal Planet +1 Sky 262 Virgin 258
Eden +1 Sky 266 Virgin 248
6.00am Looped 6.25 The Bagel and
Becky Show 6.55 ToonMarty 7.20 Ben
10 7.50 Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man vs
The Sinister 6 8.20 Fangbone 8.50
Nerds & Monsters 9.20 Mission
Employable 9.25 Signed Stories 9.30
Wishfart 10.00 Dino Dana 10.30 The
Bagel and Becky Show 10.45 Looped
11.15 Fangbone 11.45 Mr Bean: the
Animated Series 12.15pm Horrid Henry
12.45 Fort Boyard 1.45 Drop Dead
Weird 2.15 Super 4 2.45 Dino Dana
3.10 The Bagel and Becky Show 3.25
Wishfart 4.00 Horrid Henry 4.30 Spy
School 5.00 K.C. Undercover 5.30
NinjaGo 6.00 Pok閙on 6.25 Max
Steel 6.55 Mr Bean: the Animated
Series 7.25 Horrid Henry 7.55 The
Bagel and Becky Show 8.25 Wishfart
8.55?9.00pm Mission Employable
Books
Friday Television
Sky 113 Virgin 137 BT 320 HD Virgin 164 BT 385
6.00am Mofy 6.05 Peppa Pig 6.10
Peppa Pig 6.15 Peppa Pig 6.20 Luo
Bao Bei 6.35 The Secret Life of Puppies
6.40 New. Wissper 6.45 Noddy:
Toyland Detective 7.00 Thomas &
Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!
7.10 Fireman Sam 7.20 Shane the
Chef 7.35 Peppa Pig 7.55 Ben and
Holly 8.05 Paw Patrol: a trip to a pet
salon causes chaos 8.25 New. Floogals
8.40 Shimmer and Shine 8.55 Ben
and Holly 9.05?9.15am Peppa Pig
Simple recipes from Yotam Ottolenghi
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Sky 301 Virgin 431 BT 501 HD Virgin 401
6.00am Anon Special 6.30 All the
Money in the World As 5.45pm
8.50 Battle of the Sexes As
3.30pm 11.05 i Downsizing As
8pm 1.30pm Insidious: the Last
Key As 10.20pm 3.30 Battle of
the Sexes ??? Terri?c comedy
drama. Choice, p70. Emma Stone (2017, 12)
Sky 302 Virgin 433 BT 504 HD Virgin 403
6.30am The Girl with All the
Gifts ???? Sci-? horror thriller.
Glenn Close interview, p36. Gemma
Arterton, Glenn Close (2016, 15) 8.30 My
All-American ?? Sports drama.
(2015, PG) 10.30 As 6.50pm 12.40pm
As 9pm 3.05 Anon ??? Sci-?
thriller. Clive Owen, Amanda Seyfried (2018, 15)
4.30pm The Last Frontier ???
Majestic and brooding western. Victor Mature,
5.45pm All the Money in the
World ??? Intriguing kidnap
thriller. Mark Wahlberg, Michelle Williams,
Guy Madison, Robert Preston, James Whitmore (1955)
Christopher Plummer, Romain Duris (2017, 15)
6.40 Transcendence ??? Scientist
Johnny Depp?s mind is uploaded to a
giant supercomputer in this glossy
techno-fable. Rebecca Hall (2014, 12) (S) (AD)
9.00 The Green Mile ??? Overlong
but engrossing Stephen King fantasy
drama. Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan (1999, 18) (S) (AD)
8.00 i Downsizing ???
A man volunteers to be shrunk in
the hope of having a better life.
Choice, left. Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig (2017, 15)
10.20 Insidious: the Last Key
??? Gritty ghost story that
brings the fear franchise full
circle. Choice, p60. Lin Shaye (2018, 15)
4.50pm Think like a Man Too
?? Comedy. Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy (2014, 12)
6.50 The Accountant ??
Convoluted hitman drama. Ben
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Television Friday
F?view 15 F?sat 300 Sky 313 Virgin 428 HD Virgin 429
11.00am Sahara ??? Solid wartime
action adventure. Humphrey Bogart (1943, PG) (S)
1.05pm The Black Knight ???
Charmingly boisterous, studio-bound
Arthurian romp. Alan Ladd (1954, U) (S) (AD)
2.50 Hondo ??? Mature, good-looking
western. John Wayne, Geraldine Page (1953, PG) (S)
Before she was famous
Superbad 1111
9.00pm Sony Movie Channel FREEVIEW
Superbad may have con?rmed the big-screen potential of
stars Jonah Hill and Michael Cera, but it also marked the
?lm debuts of Christopher Mintz-Plasse and more notably
Emma Stone. A former child stage star in Phoenix, Stone
measured her career in failed TV pilots (The New Partridge
Family) and near-miss auditions (Heroes). But after Superbad
(review, p44), life became supergood with Crazy, Stupid,
Love, The Amazing Spider-Man, an Oscar nomination for
Birdman and an Oscar win for La La Land. ANDREW COLLINS
12.40am Carnage Park ??? A psycho
sniper plays a deadly game in this nifty nod
to Sam Peckinpah. Ashley Bell stands out
as one of the targets. Pat Healy (2016, 18) (S)
2.15?4.00am Red State ?? Uneasy mix
of horror and social commentary.
Michael Parks, John Goodman, Melissa Leo (2011, 18) (S)
Film4 +1 F?view 45 (HD only) F?sat 301 Sky 314 Virgin 430
Sony Movie Channel
p Downsizing 111 8.00pm Sky Premiere
In this inspired but melancholy comedy from Alexander
Payne (Sideways), the world?s overpopulation crisis has
been solved by shrinking human beings to a fraction of their
normal size. Blue-collar worker Matt Damon thinks that
?going small? will ?nally give him and his wife (Kristin Wiig)
the lifestyle they want but can?t afford. Instead, guided by a
cast of colourful characters, Damon navigates a new world
that turns out to be just as fraught with disillusionment as
the one he thought he?d left behind. DAMON WISE
Lennon?s on sale again
p Imagine 1111
iTunes
Remastered and restored for
another generation of fans,
this ?lm directed by and
starring John Lennon and
Yoko Ono was ?rst broadcast
on TV in its original form in
1972. Essentially a video
promo for Lennon?s second
album, it captures him and
Ono partying, protesting and
larking about with famous
pals, including fellow Beatle
George Harrison. JAMIE HEALY
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Freeview 32 Sky 321 Virgin 425
9.00am Crisis Point ?? Thriller. (2012) 10.55
Framed for Murder ?? Thriller. (2007) 1.00pm
Cave In ?? Drama. (2003) 2.55 The Grace
Kelly Story ?? Drama. Cheryl Ladd (1983, U) 4.50
Dan in Real Life ???? Comedy. (2007, PG)
6.55pm The Rundown ??? Lively action
adventure. The Rock, Seann William Scott (2003, 15)
9.00 Superbad ???? Inventively crude
but very funny tale. Film of the day, p44;
Choice, left. Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Emma Stone (2007, 15)
11.20 Not Another Teen Movie ? Parody
of teen movies. Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans (2001, 15)
1.10am Good Will Hunting ???? Drama.
Matt Damon (1997, 15) 3.40?6.00am How Do You
Know ?? Comedy drama. Jack Nicholson (2010, 12)
Sony Movie Channel +1 Sky 322 F?view 50 (10pm-5am)
Movies4Men
A little big adventure
Hits
48
Freeview 48 Freesat 304 Sky 323 Virgin 426
6.00am Cross?re ???? Film noir. Robert
Young (1947, PG) 7.40 Angel Face ???? Crime
drama. Robert Mitchum (1953, PG) 9.25 Underwater!
??? Adventure. Jane Russell (1955, U) 11.30 The
First Rebel ??? Western. John Wayne (1939, U)
1.00pm Killer Calibre 32 ?? Western. Peter
Lee Lawrence (1967) 2.55 The Avengers 3.55 Spit?re
5.25 Saints and Soldiers: Battle of the
Tanks ?? Action drama. Danor Gerald (2014, 12)
7.15pm Viking Quest ?? Action mayhem.
Harry Lister Smith, Jenny Boyd, Oliver Walker, Ben Cross (2014, 12)
9.00 Evasive Action ?? Low-budget
action yarn. Roy Scheider, Dorian Harewood (1998, 15)
10.55 Contract to Kill ? Action
nonsense. Steven Seagal, Russell Wong (2016, 15)
12.50am Machete ??? Action thriller. Danny
Trejo (2010, 18) 2.55?4.00am Mobile Warfare
Movies4Men +1 Freesat 305 Sky 324
Talking Pictures TV
81
Freeview 81 Freesat 306 Sky 328 Virgin 445
6.00am Cat and Mouse ??? Drama. Lee
Patterson (1958, PG) 7.30 Hawkeye & the Last of
the Mohicans (S) 8.00 The Return of Frank
James ?? Western. Henry Fonda, Gene Tierney (1940, U)
9.50 Golden Salamander ?? Adventure.
Trevor Howard (1949, U) 11.45 The Magni?cent
Two ?? Comedy. Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise (1967, PG)
1.35pm Cheaper by the Dozen ???
Period comedy. Clifton Webb (1950, U) 3.20 A Cry
from the Streets ??? Drama. Max Bygraves
(1957, PG) 5.30 Turn of Fate: anthology drama
6.00pm You Must Be Joking! ??
Scattershot comedy. Michael Callan (1965, U)
8.00 Gideon?s Way Crime drama.
9.00 Windom?s Way ???? Powerful
political drama. Review, p44. Peter Finch (1957, PG)
11.10 The Camp on Blood Island ???
Drama. Carl Mohner (1958, 15) 12.50am Bitter
Harvest ??? Drama. Janet Munro (1963, 12) 2.45
The Big Valley 3.45?5.45am The Day Will
Dawn ??? Romance. Ralph Richardson (1942, U)
12.10am From a House on Willow
Street ?? Horror. (2016, 15) 1.55
Lowlife ??? Crime comedy. (2017, 18)
3.50 Social Animals ?? Comedy.
(2018, 15) 5.30 Final Score Special
Premiere +1 Sky 312 Virgin 402
Greats
Sky 303 Virgin 434 BT 508 HD Virgin 404
6.15am Our Man Flint ??? Spy
spoof. James Coburn, Lee J Cobb (1966, PG)
8.15 As 5.45pm 10.30 Aliens As
8pm 12.50pm The Color Purple
???? Period drama. Whoopi Goldberg,
Danny Glover (1985, 15) 3.25 A Few Good
Men ???? Courtroom drama.
Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore (1992, 15)
5.45pm The Count of Monte
Cristo ??? Swashbuckling tale
of revenge. Jim Caviezel, Guy Pearce (2001, PG)
8.00 Aliens 5 Stunning
sci-? thriller in which a team of
marines confront an army of
killer creatures. Sigourney Weaver (1986, 18)
10.20 Strange Days ????
Dazzling sci-? thriller about a
dealer in virtual-reality clips who
comes across the work of a killer.
Af?eck, Anna Kendrick, JK Simmons (2016, 15)
9.00 Kingsman: the Golden
Circle ??? Exhilarating, if
self-indulgent action adventure.
Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Julianne Moore (2017, 15)
11.25 Life ??? Haunting sci-?
thriller. Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson,
Ryan Reynolds, Hiroyuki Sanada (2017, 15)
1.20am The Jurassic Games ??
Cheap, daft thriller. Ryan Merriman, Perrey
Reeves, Adam Hampton (2018, 15) 2.55 Sky
??? Thriller. Diane Kruger, Norman Reedus
(2015, 15) 4.55 As 8.30am
Action
Sky 306 Virgin 437 BT 502 HD Virgin 407
6.00am Superman III ???
Fantasy adventure. Christopher Reeve
(1983, PG) 8.10 As 4.05pm 10.20
Anaconda ??? Horror adventure.
Jennifer Lopez (1997, 15) 12 noon As 8pm
2.10pm Legion As 10.15pm 4.05
Tristan + Isolde ?? Period
romantic drama. James Franco (2005, 12)
6.15pm Birth of the Dragon
??? Crowd-pleasing martial
arts drama. Philip Wan-Lun Ng, Xia Yu (2016, 12)
8.00 King Arthur: Legend of
the Sword 5 Fun, thrilling
and spectacular revitalisation of
the Excalibur myth. Charlie Hunnam,
Jude Law, Eric Bana, Astrid Berg鑣-Frisbey (2016, 12)
Ralph Fiennes, Angela Bassett, Juliette Lewis (1995, 18)
10.15 Legion ??? Angels and
demons battle for humankind?s
future in this entertaining slice of
supernatural hokum. Paul Bettany (2010, 15)
12.45am Hudson Hawk ??
Action comedy. Bruce Willis (1991, 15)
2.30 Risky Business ????
Comedy. Tom Cruise, Rebecca De Mornay (1983, 18)
4.15 Our Man Flint As 6.15am
12.10am Fearless ??? Visually
impressive martial arts drama. Jet Li,
Shidou Nakamura, Dong Yong (2006, 15) 2.10
Birth of the Dragon As 6.15pm
3.50 Superman III As 6am
Comedy
Thriller
Sky 307 Virgin 438 BT 506 HD Virgin 408
6.00am Loser ? Comedy. (2000, 12)
7.45 The Competition ?? (2018, 12)
9.35 Look Who?s Talking Now!
?? Comedy. (1993, 12) 11.20 Made of
Honor ?? Comedy. Patrick Dempsey
(2008, 12) 1.10pm As 8pm 2.55 As
9.40pm 4.30 Mean Girls ???
Comedy. Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams (2004, 12)
Sky 308 Virgin 439 BT 509 HD Virgin 409
6.45am Rememory ?? Sci-?.
(2017, 12) 8.40 Flightplan ???
Thriller. (2005, 12) 10.20 Along Came
a Spider ??? Thriller. (2001, 15)
12.05pm Hoffa ??? Drama. Jack
Nicholson (1992, 15) 2.30 Split ???
Horror. James McAvoy (2017, 15) 4.30 The
Mexican ??? Drama. Brad Pitt (2001, 15)
6.15pm Going in Style ???
Easy-going caper remake. Morgan
6.40pm The Bourne Legacy
??? Tense parallel story in the
Bourne saga. Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz,
Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin (2016, 12)
8.00 Pitch Perfect 3 ??
Comic threequel. Anna Kendrick (2017, 12)
9.40 Zombieland ??? Wry
horror comedy. Woody Harrelson (2009, 15)
Woody Harrelson?s view from
the sofa, p162
11.20 30 Minutes or Less
??? Knockabout action comedy.
Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride (2011, 15)
12.50am EuroTrip ??? Comedy.
Scott Mechlowicz (2004, 15) 2.30 Ali G
indahouse ??? Comedy. Sacha Baron
Cohen (2002, 15) 4.10 The Top Ten Show
4.30 Police Academy 6: City
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Edward Norton, Stacy Keach, Oscar Isaac (2012, 12)
9.00 Fast & Furious 8 ????
Turbo-driven spectacular. Vin Diesel,
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11.25 The French Connection
5 Superb crime drama
following a brutal cop on the trail
of a French drugs kingpin. Gene
Hackman, Fernando Rey, Roy Scheider (1971, 18)
1.20am Blood Father ???
Action thriller. Mel Gibson (2016, 15)
3.00 Split As 2.30pm 5.10 To
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mystery. Cary Grant, Grace Kelly (1955, PG)
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Cla?in, Holliday Grainger, Iain Glen (2017, 12)
8.00 Terminator 2: Judgment
Day 5 Cyborg Arnold
Schwarzenegger comes back
from the future. Linda Hamilton (1991, 15)
10.45 Terminator 3: Rise of
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12 midnight Almost Famous
???? Comedy drama. Billy Crudup
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??? Coming-of-age drama. Harry Gilby
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Musical. Elvis Presley, Barbara Stanwyck (1964, U)
12.40am Realive ??? Ingenious
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Passengers ?? Sci-? adventure.
Chris Pratt (2016, 12) 4.30 Battle for
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fantasy. Roddy McDowall (1973, PG)
Select
TCM
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7.00am The Birth of a Nation
???? Drama. (2016, 15) 9.05
Graduation ???? Drama. (2016, 15)
11.15 The Last Diamond ???
Thriller. Yvan Attal (2014, 15) 1.15pm GI
Blues ??? Musical. Elvis Presley (1960, U)
3.05 As 9pm 5.15 Hanna ????
Action thriller. Saoirse Ronan (2011, 12)
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6.25am His Girl Friday 5
Comedy. (1939, U) 8.20 Cheyenne
Autumn ???? Western. (1964, U)
11.30 Day of the Evil Gun ??
Western. (1968, PG) 1.30pm Where
Eagles Dare ???? Thriller. (1969,
PG) 4.40 Escape to Victory ???
Football drama. Sylvester Stallone (1981, PG)
7.15pm The Beguiled ?? Static
remake of the 1970 cult western.
7.05pm Spring?eld Ri?e ??
Solid but unspectacular western.
Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst (2017, 15)
Gary Cooper, Phyllis Thaxter, David Brian (1952, U)
9.00 The Town ????
Brooding crime yarn about a
bank robber who compromises
his gang after falling for one of
their hostages. Ben Af?eck (2010, 15)
11.10 Raw ???? Darkly witty and
sexy Gallic coming-of-age horror
tale that?s de?nitely not for the
faint-hearted. Garance Marillier (2016, 18)
9.00 Maximum Risk ??
Action-packed thriller in which
Jean-Claude Van Damme hunts
down his brother?s killers. Natasha
12.55am Eyes Wide Shut ???
Psychological drama. Tom Cruise, Nicole
Kidman (1999, 18) 3.35 G黣ros ???
Comedy drama. Tenoch Huerta, Sebasti醤
Aguirre (2014, 15) 5.30 Girl Asleep ???
Fantasy comedy. Bethany Whitmore (2015, 12)
Sky 402 Virgin 512 HD Virgin 502
6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Debate
8.00 Best Goals 9.00 100 Club 10.00
Premier League Years (AD) 12 noon
Debate 1.00pm Legends 2.00 Best
Goals 3.00 Premier League Years (AD)
5.00 100 Club 6.00 Premier League
Today 6.30 Preview
7.00 LIVE Premier League
Football Brighton & Hove Albion v
West Ham United (kick-off 8.00).
Henstridge, Jean-Hugues Anglade (1996, 18)
11.05 Flags of Our Fathers
??? Clint Eastwood?s Second
World War epic. Ryan Phillippe, Jesse
Bradford, Adam Beach, John Benjamin Hickey (2006, 15)
1.45am Conspiracy Theory with
Jesse Ventura 3.45 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors
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Today 11.30 Match Pack 1.00am Premier
League Years (AD) 3.00 Premier League
Football 3.30 Greatest Games 4.00
Best Goals 5.30?6.00am 100 Club
Premier League 7.00pm
Sky Premier League/Main
Event Brighton?s Glenn Murray
Sky Main Event
Sky 401 Virgin 511 BT 402 HD Virgin 501 BT 437
5.30am LIVE Formula One:
Japanese Grand Prix ? Practice
6.50 LIVE Tennis ATP China Open.
12 noon Football Centre
1.00pm LIVE European Tour Gol
The Links Championship, day two.
5.00 Sky Sports News
7.00 LIVE Premier League
Football Brighton & Hove Albion v
West Ham United (kick-off 8.00).
10.30 LIVE US Tour Golf
1.30am Premier League Football
2.00 Formula One
3.45 LIVE Formula One:
Japanese Grand Prix ? Practice
5.15?6.00am Fomula One
Sky Football
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6.00am Greatest Games 7.00 Football
Years 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Greatest
Players (AD) 8.30 Greatest Games
9.00 Football Years 9.30 Countdowns
10.00 Play-Off Finals 11.00 One2Eleven
11.30 Greatest Games
12 noon Greatest Players (AD)
12.30pm LIVE Chinese Football
2.35 Play-Off Finals 3.30 Countdowns
4.00 One2Eleven 5.00 Football Years
5.30 Countdowns 6.00 SPFL 6.30
Football Years 7.00 Football League
7.30 Greatest Players 8.00 Greatest
Games 8.30 SPFL 9.00 Play-Off
Finals 10.00 SPFL 10.30 Greatest
Games 11.00 Play-Off Finals
12 midnight SPFL 12.30am Greatest
Games 1.00 One2Eleven 1.30 Greatest
Games 2.00 Greatest Players (AD)
2.30 Greatest Games 3.00 Football
Years 3.30 Countdowns 4.00 Greatest
Games 5.00 Greatest Players 5.30?
6.00am Greatest Games
Sky Golf
Sky Cricket
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6.00am World Cup Classics 7.00
Cricket Shorts 8.00 Masterclass 9.00
Test Cricket 11.00 World Cup Classics
12 noon Indian Premier League 4.40pm
Debate 5.00 World Cup Classics 6.00
Test Cricket 8.00 England?s Conundrum
8.30 Return of the Royals 9.00
Crossing the Line 10.00 England?s
Conundrum 10.30 Return of the Royals
11.00 Crossing the Line 12 midnight
England?s Conundrum 12.30am
Ultimate Test XI 12.55 History of Old
Trafford 1.00 World Cup Classics 2.00
England?s Conundrum 2.30 Ultimate
Test XI 2.55 History of Old Trafford 3.00
World Cup Classics 4.00 Masterclass
5.00?6.00am Cricket Shorts
Sky Action
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6.00am Boxing Gold 6.30 Records
7.30 LIVE Rugby Union Hawke?s
Bay v Manawatu (kick-off 7.35).
9.20 Rugby Union 11.00 Boxing Gold
11.30 NFL 2.30pm Rugby Union
Greatest Games 4.30 NFL 5.30 Darts
Gold 6.00 NFL
7.00 LIVE Darts The semi-?nals
of the Grand Prix of Darts in Dublin.
10.00 NFL 1.00am Darts 4.00 NFL
5.00?6.00am Sporting Records
Sky Arena
Sky 408 Virgin 518 HD Virgin 508
5.30am LIVE Tennis The ?fth day
of the ATP China Open in Beijing.
11.30 Classic Tennis
12.30pm LIVE Tennis China Open.
2.30 Super League 2.45 Wrestling
3.00 Records 4.00 Wrestling
7.00 Super League
7.30 LIVE Super League
Coverage of the second sem-?nal.
10.30 Super League Gold (AD) 11.00
Sprting Records 11.30 Sporting Greats
(AD) 1.00am Sporting Records 1.30
Super League 1.45 Super League Gold
(AD) 3.00 Sporting Records 4.00
Great Moments 5.00?6.00am Records
Sky 405 Virgin 515 HD Virgin 505
6.00am European Tour Golf 7.00
Masterclass 7.30 European Tour Golf
8.30 US Tour Golf 11.30 Masterclass
12 noon European Tour Golf
1.00pm LIVE European Tour Golf
The Links Championship, day two.
5.00 Masterclass 5.30 Champion
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European Tour Golf 8.00 Champion
Golfer (AD) 8.30 PGA Tour Classic
9.30 European Tour Golf
10.30 LIVE US Tour Golf Day two
of the Safeway Open in California.
1.30am European Tour Golf 2.30 PGA
Tour Classic 3.30 European Tour Golf
4.30 PGA Pro?les 4.45 PGA Tour
Classic 5.45?6.00am PGA Pro?les
Sky F1
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3.45?5.15am LIVE Japanese
Grand Prix ? Practice Third session.
Sky Mix
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6.00?8.00am LIVE Tennis
The ATP Japan Open, day ?ve.
10.00?2.00pm LIVE Tennis
The ATP Japan Open .
7.30?10.30 LIVE Super League
Coverage of the second semi-?nal.
Eurosport 1
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7.30am Snooker 9.00 Motocross
10.00 World Superbikes 11.00 Snooker
11.55 LIVE Snooker European
Masters in Belgium, quarter-?nals.
4.30pm Superbikes 5.00 Snooker
5.55 LIVE Snooker European
Masters, remaining quarter-?nals.
10.00 Snooker 12 midnight Judo
Stories 12.50?1.00am Eurosport News
BT Sport 1
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5.30am LIVE Tennis WTA China.
11.30am Sailing 12 noon Rugby
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Scottish Football
2.00 LIVE Tennis WTA China.
4.00 Maradona ?86 (AD) 4.30
Premier League 5.30 Champions
League Review 6.30 Rugby Union
7.00 LIVE Rugby Union Bath v
Exeter (kick-off 7.45).
10.00 LIVE Major League Baseball
1.30am Premier League 2.00 Rugby
Union 3.30 Classic Premier League
4.00?6.00am Tennis
BT Sport 2
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6.00am LIVE MotoGP Grand
Prix of Thailand practice continues.
10.15 Reload 10.30 German Football
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What Carter Lost (AD) 2.30 French
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MotoGP (AD) 3.45 Champions
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4.30 German Football 6.45 Goals
Reload 7.00 MotoGP (AD)
5.30 LIVE German Football
Darmstadt 98 v Hamburg SV.
7.30 Werder Bremen v Wolfsburg.
9.30 Tennis 11.30 World Rally
12 midnight O.J (AD) 2.00am UFC
3.00?6.00am LIVE MotoGP
Third practice session in Thailand.
BT Sport 3
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11.25 Invincible ?? Sentimental
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Sky Premier League
TJ Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris (2017, U)
8.00 Bedtime Stories ???
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UFC 11.00 Motor Racing
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The Grid 11.30 American Football
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Baseball A postseason game.
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Watts 9.30 Snooker 11.00 Cycling
4.00pm Hall of Fame 5.00 Tour de
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8.00 Judo 8.40 British Superbikes
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Poetry has been
part of Radio Times
for 95 years?
Gyles Brandreth
dives into the
archive to celebrate
Gyles Brandreth?s Poem by Heart
Sunday 1.30pm Radio 4
Poets?
Corner
P
oetry is the spontaneous
overflow of powerful feelings,?
said William Wordsworth, the
English Romantic poet who
wandered lonely as a cloud and,
famously, gave us all those golden
daffodils. Wordsworth went on: ?It takes its
origin from emotion recollected in tranquility.?
This week I will be celebrating the importance
of learning poetry by heart with the Duchess of
Cornwall, Judi Dench and other poetry lovers on
Poem by Heart. But, knowing that I have powerful feelings about poetry and that ?spontaneous
overflows? come to me quite naturally, Radio
Times put me in a tranquil room with a cup of
tea and every copy of the magazine there has
ever been. That?s 4,918, including this issue that
you?re holding. It was a ?tting way to mark their
birthday (this week) and National Poetry Day
(next week).
Radio Times, described as ?the of?cial organ
of the BBC?, was born 95 years ago, in September
1923, a year after the advent of BBC radio itself.
What today?s Radio Times team know, but
I didn?t until just now, is that poetry has been
part of the Radio Times story from the start.
In the very first issue, at the front of the
magazine, in pride of place, is a poetic epic
entitled Adrift. Apparently inspired by a celebrated Chinese song cycle, it begins:
?We cannot keep the gold of yesterday;
Today?s dun clouds we cannot roll away??
I?ll spare you the rest because it?s not a very
jolly verse and, frankly, I?m not sure it has stood
the test of time, but it does show that Radio
Times had its heart in the right place from the
get-go. In the early days, the magazine republished work by much-loved poets like
Wordsworth and Robert Burns and commissioned new stuff, too. In 1933, for example,
Walter de la Mare contributed a new poem
exploring ?love?s gaze?, the ?heat-struck swoon
of desire? and ?the vineyards of romance?. The
pre-war poetic offerings are mostly in a serious
vein, and quite high-?own, but happily lighter
verse does get a look-in:
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POETRY PLEASE
Gyles Brandreth in
heaven, surrounded by
bound volumes of past
issues of Radio Times
?Many an evening, in the twilight,
you shall listen to a song,
If you?ve got a wireless set,
and if the tuning be not wrong.?
In the pioneering days of radio, getting a good
signal was a challenge for many listeners and
Radio Times did its best to help with technical
advice ? in verse.
From 1923 onwards, poetry was a particular
feature in the weeks running up to Christmas.
Radio Times devoted whole pages to Yuletide
poems, sometimes humorous (?Oh! Hoppety,
skippety, poppety, pippety??), sometimes sacred
(?I wish that I had kept that inn, that inn of old,
in Bethlehem??) and, in 1939, at the beginning
of the Second World War, stirring:
?The spirit of our England lives
in courage and in laughter,
In saving what is good and true
for those who follow after,
But peace at last will crown the brave,
and so, until that day,
God rest you merry, gentlemen,
let NOTHING you dismay.?
E
xactly 70 years later, the magazine
commissioned a poem from the newly
appointed poet laureate, Carol Ann
Duffy who, over two pages, in a variety
of styles, provided her own take on the 12 Days
of Christmas, re?ecting on the issues of the day,
from the war in Afghanistan to the role of
bankers (especially Scottish ones) in the
2008/2009 ?nancial crisis:
?We paid the bluddy pipers
But we dinnae call the tune.?
There have been seven different poets laureate
in the 95-year history of Radio Times and every
one of them has featured in its pages. In 2006,
Carol Ann Duffy?s predecessor, Andrew Motion,
celebrated the centenary of Sir John Betjeman,
probably the most popular poet laureate of all,
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JANE ANDERSON
PICK OF THE WEEK
The Documentary: The Children of
Belsen Sunday 2.05pm World Service
Hetty Werkendam (below) is a remarkable
woman. Born in 1930, she was living in
Amsterdam when the Germans occupied the
Netherlands. She and her family were sent to
the Bergen-Belsen Nazi concentration camp
in 1943. Two years later, when the camp was
liberated, she was interviewed by the BBC
reporter Patrick Gordon Walker.
Hetty was 15 at the time and sounded
unbelievably upbeat and perky. This is even
more astonishing when we listen to the
conditions in which she was found. They are
simply too distressing to talk about here but
this documentary, quite rightly, pulls no
punches when it comes to depicting the
atrocities conducted at Bergen-Belsen.
In this programme, Mike Lanchin catches
up with Hetty, who now lives in Australia,
on what will probably be her ?nal trip to
the concentration camp site, and she is as
ebullient, sparky and eloquent as she was in
that original interview. She has made it her
mission that no one should ever forget the
Holocaust, but she?s not a bitter preacher: her
joie de vivre is both intoxicating and inspiring.
There are other BBC archive clips from
incarcerated children at the moment of
liberation. This is a really tough listen, but the
programme would have failed if it was
anything else. And the sound of these young
people singing for the British troops who put
an end to their living hell
is one of the most
uplifting sounds that
I?ve ever heard on radio.
Hetty Werkendam,
inspiration to us all.
INSPIRING
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
inspiration ? I love, love, love her.?
I love poems and I love the way Radio Times
has featured them at every opportunity for
almost a century: love poems for Valentine?s
Day; war poems for Remembrance Sunday;
even, in 1969, in the Wales edition, a special
poem in Welsh by E Gwyfad Evans to mark the
investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales.
For several years, the magazine had its own
in-house poet (Roger Woddis) and, later on, a
?poetry doctor? (Daisy Goodwin) who prescribed
poems to help people with predicaments. I recall
the year Daisy chose to publish Ogden Nash?s
A Word to Husbands on what happened to be
my wedding anniversary:
?To keep your marriage brimming
With love in the loving cup
Whenever you?re wrong, admit it;
Whenever you?re right, shut up.?
My wife loved the poem so much, she made
me learn it by heart. Thank you, Radio Times.
Hetty
Werkendam
AMBRIDGE DIARY
The Archers this week...
Freddie?s sentencing is the talk of the village,
with the hot topic being whether the judge
made the correct decision. Elizabeth, for her
part, is making plans for the future, but ?nds
herself locking horns with a close relative. As
for Freddie ? well, his behaviour continues to
be a cause for concern, but will he eventually
come clean about what?s really been going on?
On to cheerier matters now, the Flower and
Produce Show, where we?ll discover whether
Brian?s plotting will bear fruit. There?s also the
danger of young Poppy being disappointed if
Nic?s harvest pie doesn?t make the grade.
Finally, the Aldridges are horri?ed to ?nd
what one prospective buyer has in store for
their beloved home. DAVID BROWN
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GARY MOYES
and defended him against the charge of being a
lightweight jingle-spinner. ?Take him seriously,?
said Motion.
Betjeman was as popular on radio and television as he was on the page. As a teenager in 1968
I remember watching a wonderful documentary
on BBC1 called Contrasts in which the poet took
us on an evocative journey across London, from
Marble Arch to Edgware, and provided the
commentary entirely in verse. (The programme
was shown on a Wednesday night at 10.45pm,
just before The Weather Man and Close Down.)
John Betjeman was a true national treasure.
Another, of course, was Terry Wogan. In 2010,
when Radio Times asked Terry to choose his
favourite poem, he picked Thomas Gray?s Elegy
Written in a Country Churchyard (1750). He
simply ?loved the language?. In the same issue,
Spice Girl Geri Halliwell picked Phenomenal
Woman by Maya Angelou (1978). ?It?s pure girl
power,? whooped Geri. ?Maya Angelou is pure
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SOUND BITES
BY DAVID
Her voice lives on
My tribute to the inimitable Fenella Fielding
I
?ve written here before about the joys
of audiobooks read by people with
distinctive voices. You can read the
books by Sir Michael Caine and Sir
Roger Moore but you?re only re-creating
their voices in your head. Why not cut out the
middleman and have them read for you?
And so it was in sunny Corsica a few months
ago when the delicious tones of Fenella Fielding
OBE transported me to the London of the
1960s. Entitled Do You Mind if I Smoke? ? after
her most famous line in Carry On Screaming ? it
was the most exquisitely delivered memoir.
Tender, sometimes bitchy, but as warm as the
beach I was lying on. I almost fell off the lilo,
when in a late chapter Fenella mentioned me
and Paddy O?Connell, my old pal from Radio 4?s
Broadcasting House.
Paddy has used Fenella?s talents several times
on his show, and my very loose association with
?
Eddie? it?s time
to get the bucket
under the cow
?
her dates back to 1993. At the time, I was about
to launch a phone-in show (does this sound
familiar?) and someone had the splendid idea of
asking Fenella to record some idents for us,
announcing the phone number, etc. She
graciously agreed and perfectly recorded everything we asked, including silliness such as the
phrase: ?Eddie? it?s time to get the bucket under
the cow.?
We knew that even if all else on
the new show failed, at least we?d
have the sheer class of Fenella to
lift it. In my head I can still hear
her saying, ?Call Eddie now? 041
338??
Fast-forward to the summer of
2018. On the Corsican beach, I
realised we simply had to have
Fenella for my show on LBC. We
were honoured when she agreed ?
at the age of 90 ? to come into
Global?s global headquarters in
London a few days before our
launch to record more words. ?Call
Eddie now? 0345 60 60 973.? It
being 2018, we also wanted her to
RadioTimes 29 September?5 October 2018
record phrases such as, ?Brexit: it?s going to be
great!? and ?Brexit: it?s going to be awful!?
On her arrival at the studio, not having seen
her for a long time, it was a shock to see her
moving so slowly ? as if a puff of wind might
topple the great star. But once she?d made it to the
studio chair, grasping the script and poised at
the microphone, the years fell away. The creamy
caramel of her unmistakable voice enhanced
every word and number on the page. She was
professional to her ?ngertips. Afterwards, a hug,
and she made her way out of the studio with her
friend Simon McKay, who took such care of her.
I understand she enjoyed a good lunch.
A
couple of days later, a note from
Simon. A severe stroke had snookered
Fenella. As the days went on it was clear,
and she understood, that this was it. With
sadness, we decided not to use the recordings.
After her death earlier this month, we played
some of her recordings for LBC listeners, and
asked if they felt it would be appropriate to use
Fenella?s voice in future. They told us yes. So we
will, for a while at least.
As the obituaries correctly observed, she was a
?ne, underrated, actor who should be remembered for far more than simply appearing to be
on ?re in front of Harry H Corbett. I will also
remember her grace and kindness. She didn?t
have to associate with the likes of me, but I?m
thrilled to bits that she did.
And, in the nicest possible way, whenever I see
someone milking a cow, I will think of Fenella.
Eddie Mair is on LBC, weekdays from 4pm to 6pm
HEPWORTH
There?s no such
thing as new music
I don?t believe in ?new music?.
There?s no such thing. There?s just
old music you haven?t heard
before. People on the radio talk
about new music as though it?s a
self-evidently wonderful thing, a bit like fresh
air or free speech. Most of the time the music
they?re bigging up isn?t even particularly new
? it?s just old music played by new people who
they happen to have booked.
It?s not a competition
Furthermore, despite what radio says,
music is not something you should pursue.
It?s not some kind of treasure hunt. People
often say to me ?What should I be listening
to?? as though there was some kind of
competition going on to ?nd the person who
has listened to the most music. The winner
of any such competition would be miserable
because they would have spent so much time
pursuing the music that they wouldn?t have
had time to enjoy any of it. What matters is
not the music. What matters is how receptive
you are to the music. How much emotional
bandwidth do you have? Are you in when
the music comes calling?
My latest discovery
For instance, half an hour ago I discovered,
via a tip from a friend on social media which
led me to the podcast Spinning On Air,
the songs of a woman called
Connie Converse. She lived
in New York in the 1950s,
played the guitar and
entertained her friends
with songs she composed
herself. At the time, there
was no precedent for what
she did and so the only
recordings that remain were
done by friends. She made one
brief TV appearance, never had
a record issued, moved to Michigan
and in 1974 she disappeared.
Heaven sent
FENELLA AND ME
Eddie Mair and Fenella
Fielding pictured at the
LBC studios
It was Dan Garland, the presenter of Spinning
On Air, who brought her music to a wider
public in 2004. It?s only taken another 14 years
for it to reach me. But I don?t mind. There?s no
hurry. I might not have been ready 14 years
ago. Right now, it sounds like some of the most
striking music I?ve heard in a while. I?m not
surprised somebody put the best of it on an
album and somebody else is making a ?lm
about her. My belated discovery of her carries
my mind back to my favourite saying about
music, which came from the leader of
Ladysmith Black Mambazo: ?Music is a thing
you cannot hinder. It rises from here all the
way to heaven.?
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SATURDAY Radio
Radio
Saturday
Today?s Choices
News on the half-hour 7.30am?3.30pm
News and weather 7.00am, 8.00, 9.00, 1.00pm
6.00am Dev and Alice
10.00 Radio 1?s Greatest Hits
11.00 Maya Jama
1.00pm Matt and Mollie
4.00 Radio 1?s Dance Anthems
7.00 as 1 Xtra Six-hour simulcast.
7.00am Breakfast With Elizabeth Alker.
9.00 Record Review With Andrew McGregor.
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6.00am Mim Shaikh
10.00 Nick Bright
1.00pm Jamz Supernova
4.00 Trevor Nelson Neo-R&B.
7.00 DJ Target
9.00 1Xtra?s Rap Show
11.00 Diplo and Friends
7.30pm Radio 3
Cowan?s Classics with
Rob Cowan
Begun on the eve of the First
World War, and light-years
ahead of anything else being
written at the time, Gustav
Holst?s The Planets was ?rst
heard exactly 100 years ago
today ? in a private
performance conducted by the
young Adrian Boult (on just two
hours? rehearsal) before an
invited audience of friends and
critics, plus several generations
of pupils from St Paul?s girls
school in London, where Holst
? the above statue can be found
in his birthplace of Cheltenham
? was for three decades director
of music. While Rob Cowan
plays Charles Dutoit?s Montreal
recording on Classic FM, Radio 3
offers a live performance by the
BBC Symphony Orchestra (of
which Boult was the founding
conductor). It?s introduced by
the scientist Brian Cox, who will
deliver an astronomical update
on Holst?s astrological musings.
MARK PAPPENHEIM
Drama: Pearl: Two
Fathers, Two Daughters
ALAMY
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Radio 3 In Concert
2.30pm Radio 4
The disappearance of
three-year-old Madeleine
McCann from an Algarve
holiday apartment in 2007
gripped the public imagination
like no other missing-persons
case. Now comes this re?ection
on loss through poetry,
featuring an interview with
Madeleine?s father Gerry
McCann, and the dramatisation
? by Simon Armitage ? of the
Middle English poem Pearl in
which a father laments the loss
of his daughter. No preview was
available. SIMON O?HAGAN
BBC Radio 3
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1.00am Radio 1?s Asian Beats
4.00 David Rodigan
7.00pm Classic FM
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BBC Radio 1
1.00am Semtex UK and US hip-hop.
3.00 1Xtra Playlists 4.00 Benji B
BBC Radio 2
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Building a Library Anna Picard compares available
recordings of Ravel?s L?Enfant et les sortil鑗es.
With a libretto by Colette, Ravel?s second one-act
opera is a magical evocation of a naughty child?s
room and garden in which all the animals and
plants he has been damaging turn on him to exact
their revenge. Inanimate objects come to life,
giving rise to surreal set pieces featuring, among
other things, an armchair, a teapot and a clock.
10.55 Reviews of new releases of choral music.
11.45 Andrew chooses his Disc of the Week.
7.30 Radio 3 in Concert
Tom Service talks to Grammy-winning American
composer Joan Tower, who is 80 this month. He
also looks at a project marking the centenary of
The Planets with new music inspired by science
and performed by the Ligeti String Quartet in
planetariums across the UK. There?s a portrait of
20th-century African-American composer Ulysses
Kay, and critic Fiona Maddocks and academic Erik
Levi join Tom to meet philosopher Roger Scruton,
who has himself written music, to discuss his book
Music as an Art, which touches on subjects such as
the moral dimension of music and the divide
between classical and popular idioms.
The series in which leading musicians offer an inside
take on pieces they have a strong af?nity with
continues with Kirill Karabits, principal conductor of
the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra since
2009 and the ?rst Ukrainian to take charge of a UK
orchestra. He chooses Shostakovich?s 11th
symphony, which he says inspired him to become a
conductor, as well as secular and sacred vocal music
from Ukraine and exotic sounds from Australia and
Armenia. He also introduces music created by his
father, Ivan Karabits, and pieces by Rachmaninov,
Liszt and Proko?ev. At 2.00 his Must Listen piece is
something he himself rediscovered in a music library
in Kiev in 2001, but it dates from centuries earlier.
10.00 Graham Norton
Music, chat and, in the ?rst hour,
Grill Graham. Guests include
crime writer Mark Billingham and
actor Don Warrington, who stars in
an upcoming revival of Arthur
Miller?s Death of a Salesman. And
Nigella Lawson discusses her tour
to celebrate the 20th anniversary
of her ?rst cookery book.
1.00pm Pick of the Pops
Paul Gambaccini with the Top 20
from this week in 1975 and 1995.
Repeated Wednesday 3am
3.00 Zoe Ball
6.00 Liza Tarbuck
8.00 Trevor Nelson?s
Rhythm Nation
Kicking off Radio 2?s All Star Party,
live from the Art Deco ballroom of
Bridlington Spa in the East Riding
of Yorkshire. For this second annual
event, Trevor presents his usual
playlist of soul, R&B and the latest
urban sounds, and with British acid
jazz band Incognito performing live.
Repeated Sunday 7 October 3am
10.00 The Craig Charles
House Party
Radio 2?s All Star Party continues
with a performance by the Fantasy
Funk Band featuring Gabrielle,
Jaki Graham and John Turrell.
Repeated Thursday 3am
12.00 Ana Matronic?s Dance
Devotion
The full spectrum of dance music,
tonight from Bridlington Spa as part
of Radio 2?s All Star Party, with a
special live performance by Grammywinning British electronic chart
stars Clean Bandit, with four
number ones to their name.
2.00am Sounds of the 60s (R)
4.00 Angela Scanlon
6.30 Quartet for the End of Time
12.15pm Music Matters
6.00am Sounds of the 60s
Former One Direction star Louis
Tomlinson discusses his new role as
judge on The X Factor. Also in the
studio is actress Jodie Whittaker
ahead of next week?s start of the
new series of Doctor Who.
Producer Miranda Hinkley
Messiaen?s masterpiece performed by Radio 3
New Generation Artists.
Annelien Van Wauwe (clarinet), Amatis Trio
Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time
Repeated Monday 10pm See 7.30pm
8.00 Dermot O?Leary
Spiritual jazz out?t Maisha, one of London?s most
exciting young bands, perform music from their
new album, which takes its cue from greats like
saxophonist Pharoah Sanders as well as from the
infectious grooves of West Africa. Pianist John
Beasley, known for his work with trumpeter
Freddie Hubbard and for his imaginative
MONK?estra big band project, reveals his
formative in?uences. And presenter Jumok�
Fashola plays a mix of classics and new releases,
including an enchanting vocal duet by Betty
Carter and Carmen McRae.
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Disc details are posted on the website
News and Weather on the hour, plus
6.30 and 7.30am
Tony Blackburn with hits by Wayne
Fontana, Ben E King, Marianne
Faithfull and many others.
5.00 J to Z
1.00 Inside Music
See also Wednesday 7.30pm
3.00 Sound of Dance
The Poetry of the Puppet. Katie Derham
explores the depiction of puppets in dance and the
relationship between puppeteer and puppet,
choreographer and dancer with the help of Sarah
Wright of the Curious School of Puppetry and
Brazilian dancer and choreographer Duda Paiva.
With music from the ballets Copp閘ia, La Boutique
fantasque, Alice in Wonderland and Petrushka.
4.00 Jazz Record Requests
Listeners? requests, presented by Geoffrey Smith.
ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3,
Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
EMAIL: jazz.record.requests@bbc.co.uk
BBC 6 Music
Live from the Barbican in London, a
performance of Holst?s The Planets to mark
a
today?s centenary of the work?s premiere at
Queen?s Hall, London. The BBC Symphony
Orchestra and conductor Ben Gernon join forces
with scientist Brian Cox to take a fresh look at
the seven-movement suite. During the interval,
more about Holst and his writing of The Planets.
Women?s Voices of the BBC Symphony Chorus,
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ben Gernon
Holst The Planets See also Monday 11pm
10.00 Hear and Now
Radiophonic compositions inspired by city sounds,
featuring Fr閐閞ic Acquaviva?s 谸n芼i�$n ?
a concerto for town and voice, combining collaged
ambient recordings from the streets of London
and Paris with the virtuoso voice of mezzo Lore
Lixenberg. Plus Iain Chambers?s House of Sound
? a sound work that time-travels from the sounds
of medieval London to the present day.
12.00 Geoffrey Smith?s Jazz
Geoffrey Smith considers the career of Iowa-born
trumpeter Art Farmer (1928?99).
1.00am Through the Night With Catriona Young.
Brahms Symphony No 2 in D Albert Guinovart
Requiem Ferran Qui韑ez (boy soprano), Marta Math閡
(soprano), Josep Ramon Oliv� (baritone), Orfe� Catal�
Youth Chorus, Balearic Islands City of Palma Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Pablo Mielgo 2.43 CPE Bach
Quartet in D for ?ute, viola and continuo, H538
3.01 Saint-Sa雗s Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor
3.24 Ravel String Quartet in F 3.55 Roussel Le Jardin
mouill�, Op 3 No 3 3.59 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in
G minor, RV315 (Summer) (The Four Seasons)
4.10 Handel Scenes of Horror, Scenes of Woe (Jephtha)
4.16 Mozart Overture: The Magic Flute 4.22 Grieg
Lyric Pieces (Book 1) 4.34 Glazunov El間ie in D ?at,
Op 17, arr for horn and piano 4.43 Hollins A Song of
Sunshine 4.48 Myslivecek String Quintet No 2 in E ?at
5.01 Margo Kolar The Night 5.05 Massenet
M閐itation (Tha飐) 5.10 Grainger Hill Song No 1
5.23 Sermisy Five songs 5.33 Corelli Violin Sonata in
A, Op 5 No 6 5.45 Schumann Arabeske in C, Op 18
5.53 Engel Symphony in G 6.10 Holst Wind Quintet in
A ?at, Op 14 6.25 Schubert Arpeggione Sonata in
A minor, D 821 6.49 Telemann Concerto a 5
Classic FM
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7.00am Mary Anne Hobbs Music and guests, with
Julia Holter discussing her upcoming album Aviary.
10.00 The Huey Show Funk, punk, disco and more.
1.00pm Liz Kershaw Guests and features.
3.00 Gilles Peterson Hip-hop, soul, Latin and jazz.
6.00 Eddie Piller Sitting in for Craig Charles.
9.00 The Tom Robinson Show New music.
7.00am Alan Titchmarsh
10.00 Bill Turnbull With popular favourites.
1.00pm Alexander Armstrong
3.00 Nicholas Owen Classic FM favourites.
5.00 Saturday Night at the Movies
12.00 The Freak Zone Playlist
1.00am The Joy of 6 Last week?s interviews.
2.00 6 Music Recommends 3.00 Live Hour The
Allman Brothers in 1975. 4.00 I?ll Take You There
? the Story of Stax 2/2. 5.00 Chris Hawkins
Absolute Radio
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8.00am Frank Skinner 11.00 Sarah Champion
2.00pm Rock ?n? Roll Football With Matt Forde. 5.00
Andy Bush?s Indie Disco From the Smiths to Britpop
and beyond. 8.00 Absolute Classic Rock Party
10.00 Mark Goodier?s Classic Album Playback
11.00 Chris Martin 4.00am Jay Lawrence
Andrew Collins showcases coming-of-age ?lms, with
highlights of scores by Malcolm Arnold (Whistle
Down the Wind), Michel Legrand (Summer of 42),
Maurice Jarre (Dead Poets Society), Rachel Portman
(The Cider House Rules) and Jon Brion (Lady Bird).
7.00 Cowan?s Classics with Rob Cowan
Rob Cowan marks today?s 100th anniversary
of Holst?s The Planets with a broadcast of
a
the work in its entirety. Bach?s Goldberg
Variations feature in Beyond the Hall of Fame.
9.00 Sounds and Sweet Airs with
Debbie Wiseman
2/6. Debbie Wiseman explores Venice, Versailles
and other special communities that made it a
little bit easier for a woman to be a composer.
10.00 Smooth Classics With Myleene Klass.
1.00am Katie Breathwick 4.00 Jane Jones
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29 SEPTEMBER SATURDAY
BBC Radio 4
BBC Radio 5 Live
12.04pm Money Box
7.15 Saturday Review
Financial advice with Paul Lewis.
News 5.30am, 6.00 and hourly to 2.00pm, 4.00 and
hourly to 12 midnight
Weather 6.04am, 6.57, 7.57, 12.57pm, 5.57, 9.59, 12.29am
Shipping Forecasts 5.20am, 12.01pm (LW), 5.54,
12.48am
12.30 The News Quiz
5.30am News Brie?ng
5.43 Prayer for the Day
With Canon Patrick Thomas, Vicar of Christ
Church in Carmarthen.
5.45 iPM
PM?s companion programme, with content
dictated by listeners via email and blogs.
1.00 News
1.10 Any Questions?
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Barb Jungr, Kamila
Shamsie and Tom Dyckhoff to discuss Debris
Stevenson?s Poet in da Corner at the Royal
Court in Lonon; writer/director Tom Beard?s
?rst feature ?lm Two for Joy; Sarah Perry?s
new novel Melmoth; and Space Shifters ? an
exhibition of sculpture installations and
architecture at the Hayward Gallery on
London?s South Bank. Producer Hilary Dunn
Producer Joanna Carr
Contact: bbc.co.uk/blogs/ipm or email: ipm@bbc.co.uk
Producers Alex Lewis and Daniel Whitworth
Repeated tomorrow 9pm
5/8. Bridget Christie guest-hosts, with a panel
of Mark Steel, Daliso Chaponda, Deborah
Frances-White and Danielle Ward.
Producer Richard Morris Repeated from yesterday
From Weybridge, Surrey, with Jonathan
Dimbleby in the chair and a panel including
co-leader of the Green Party Si鈔 Berry, and
LBC presenter Iain Dale.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated from yesterday
2.00 Any Answers?
Centurion Way, Chichester. Clare Balding
hears the story of how walking helped a man
recover from a brain injury. She joins Matt
Masson and his mother Anne as they walk a
stretch of Centurion Way, Chichester in West
Sussex ? a route which follows the line of
part of the disused Chichester to Midhurst
railway. Producer Karen Gregor Rptd from Thursday
2.30 Drama: Pearl: Two Fathers,
Two Daughters
PHONE: 0370 010 0444 Lines open from 12.30pm
email: any.answers@bbc.co.uk
Adaptation by poet Simon Armitage
of the medieval poem Pearl, in which a
a
father laments the loss of his daughter, who
With Martha Kearney and Justin Webb.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day
With Dr Chetna Kang.
returns to him in a dream to help him come
to terms with her absence. This version
weaves together two voices of grief, one
from 600 years ago and one from the
present day, featuring the ?rst in-depth
interview with Gerry McCann, whose daughter
Madeleine disappeared from an Algarve
holiday apartment in May 2007. Translated
by Armitage and read by Iain Glen and Grace
Doherty. Producer Susan Roberts
9.00 Saturday Live
3.30 Sound Lines
6.30 Farming Today This Week
Farming, food and the countryside.
7.00 Today
Extraordinary stories and remarkable people
with Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir. They are
joined by singer and entertainer Bonnie
Langford, and Karen Gibson of the Kingdom
Choir. Producer Corinna Jones
10.30 The Kitchen Cabinet
New series. 1/7. Welwyn Garden City
Jay Rayner and his touring culinary panel
show are back, beginning a 22nd series by
visiting Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire,
where Andi Oliver, Tim Anderson, Sophie Wright
and Dr Annie Gray answer audience questions.
Producers Miranda Hinkley and Hester Cant
Repeated Tuesday 3pm
11.00 The Forum
2/3. The Tales of Timbuktu. Joining
Bridget Kendall to discuss the importance of
Timbuktu in Islamic history are Gus
Casely-Hayford, director of the Smithsonian
National Museum of African Art in
Washington DC; Susana Molins-Lliteras of
the University of Cape Town; and Dr. Lansin�
Kaba, of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar.
First broadcast on the World Service.
Producer Andrea Rangecroft
11.30 From Our Own Correspondent
Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Joe Kent
3/4. 33 Degrees North. Verity Sharp
circumnavigates the globe along the 33rd
parallel in order to connect musical stories.
Halfway between the Equator and the Arctic
Circle, this latitude falls within a narrow,
densely populated band in which a quarter of
the world?s humans live. Featuring stories
from Damascus, Tijuana and Ladakh.
A
(
The ?cod wars?were a series of disputes from
the late 1950s until 1976 between Britain and
Iceland over ?shing rights in the waters around
the North Atlantic island nation. Julia Langdon
looks back with new and archive interviews with
key ?gures from both sides. Producer Hilary Dunn
9.00 Tommies
3/3. 21 June 1917. By Nick Warburton. Mickey
is summoned to Nieuport on the Belgian coast
to deal with the problem of remote-controlled
German boats packed with explosives.
Captain Mickey Bliss Lee Ross
Commentator
Indira Varma
Evadne
Clare Corbett
Commodore Marcus Rochester
Philip Fox
Lieutenant Mackenzie Warrender
David Sturzaker
Jack Bliss
Antonio Aakeel
Major Teddy Graham
Simon Ludders
Chief Petty Of?cer Evans
Samuel James
Seaman Keaton Charlie Clements
Lieutenant Commander
Jackson-Cooper Robert Blythe
Operator
Sarah Ridgeway
Producers Jonquil Panting, David Hunter and
Jonathan Ruf?e; Director David Hunter (R)
9.45 Five Green Bottles
3/5. The Rise of the Super Tuscan. Rebecca
Gibb travels to the birthplace of Sassicaia, a
wine that started out as an experiment and
became Italy?s ?wine of the 20th century?. (R)
10.00 News and Weather
10.15 Decision Time:
the Next Financial Meltdown
Producer Chris Elcombe Repeated from Tuesday
A decade on from the global ?nancial crisis,
Nick Robinson asks whether we could handle
an event of similar magnitude now.
4.00 Weekend Woman?s Hour
Producer Peter Snowdon Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by Jenni Murray.
Producer Rabeka Nurmahomed
EMAIL: womanshour@bbc.co.uk
5.00 Saturday PM With Simon Jack.
5.30 iPM Repeated from 5.45am
6.00 Six o?Clock News
6.15 Loose Ends
Clive Anderson and Nikki Bedi are joined by
author Fay Weldon, actress Clare Perkins,
broadcaster and author Mark Kermode and
writer and broadcaster Ekow Eshun. Plus
music by Sarathy Korwar. Producer Debbie Kilbride
11.00 Counterpoint
8/13. Paul Gambaccini hosts the music quiz,
with one contestant from Cheltenham and two
from London. Producer Paul Bajoria Rptd from Mon
11.30 Moondog: Sound of New York
Huey Morgan assesses the legacy of musician
and poet Louis Thomas Hardin (1916?99).
Producers Ashley Byrne and Iain Mackness (R)
12.00 News and Weather
12.30?12.45am The Poet and the Echo
An insight into someone who is making the
headlines. Presented by Mark Coles.
PK Lynch?s He Wishes for the Cloths of
Heaven, a story inspired by WB Yeats?s poem
about how people express love. A woman
weaves a patchwork quilt for her mother.
Read by Lucianne McEvoy.
Producers Smita Patel and Olivia Beazley
Repeated tomorrow 5.45am and 5.40pm
1.00 as BBC World Service
7.00 Pro?le
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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6.00am The Corn Is Green as 4pm
7.30 Touchline Tales as 5.30pm
8.00 Metropolis as 3pm
9.00 Pete Firman?s World of Magic as 7pm
12.00 We?ve Been Here Before A humorous look
at past events from a modern perspective (3/5)
12.30pm The Goon Show 1957 vintage comedy
with Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers
1.00 Get Carter: The Bloody Chamber
Angela Carter?s 1979 set of fairy stories,
dramatised by Olivia Hetreed. The selection
features The Bloody Chamber, The Erl-KIng,
Wolf-Alice, The Tiger?s Bride and The Company of
Wolves ? omnibus (1?5/5)
2.10 Inheritance Tracks 1980s chart star Kim
Wilde discusses discs by Cilla Black and Paul Simon
2.15 With Great Pleasure Chef Rick Stein
shares his favourite prose, poetry and cookery
writing including Thomas Hardy and Elizabeth
David. First broadcast in 2007
2.45 Singular Women Celia Imrie stars as a shy
teacher with an unwanted notoriety in Stewart
Permutt?s bittersweet comedy Frances. From 1997
3.00 Metropolis Novelist Paul Bailey takes an
autobiographical tour through the BBC archives in
a celebration of the sights, sounds and culture of
London. From 2000
8.00 Archive on 4: The Cod Wars
Revisited
Producer Kirsty Williams Repeated from yesterday
BBC World Service
4.00 The Corn Is Green Anna Massey stars in
an adaptation by Dafydd Gruffydd of the semiautobiographical 1938 play by Emlyn Williams, set
in 1895 in a Welsh mining village where children,
aged 12, are sent over the hills and down the mines.
But iron-willed, blue-stockinged English teacher
Miss Moffat arrives on a mission. With George
Winter, Edward de Souza, Rosalind Ayres, Carole
Boyd, Imelda Staunton and others. From 1985
5.30 Touchline Tales Third series in which
commentator Des Lynam and avid spectator
Christopher Matthew offer sporting tales, today at
the Queen?s Club in London. From 2012 (3/3)
6.00 Doctor Who Peter Davison stars as the
Time Lord in Jason Arnopp?s sci-? adventure The
Demons of Red Lodge, set in Suffolk in 1665. With
Sarah Sutton and others. From 2010
7.00 Pete Firman?s World of Magic
Pete Firman drops in on the Magic Circle to explore
the world of illusion. With input from Paul Daniels,
David Blaine and Derren Brown. From 2015
10.00?12.00 Comedy Club: Old Harry?s
Game (1/4), at 10.30 The Richest Man in
Britain (5/6), at 11.00 The Lawrence Sweeney
Mix (2/4), and at 11.30 Mark Watson?s Live
Address to the Nation (1/6)
12.00 as 6pm 12.30am Fear on Four 1.00 as 1pm
2.10 as 2.10pm 2.15 as 2.15pm 2.45 as 2.45pm
3.00 as 3pm 4.00 as 4pm 5.30 as 5.30pm
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5.00am News 5.05 The Newsroom 5.30 Boston
Calling 6.00 Weekend 9.00 News 9.05 The
World This Week 9.30 The Cultural Frontline
10.00 Sports Hour 11.00 News 11.05 The
Newsroom 11.30 Trending 11.50 Over to You
12.05pm The Real Story 1.00 Newshour 2.00 News
2.05 Music Extra 3.00 News 3.05 Sportsworld
4.00 News 4.05 Sportsworld 5.00 News
5.05 Sportsworld 6.00 The Newsroom 6.30 The
Cultural Frontline 7.00 News 7.05 Global
Questions: debate on issues to be raised at the
G20 Summit 8.00 News 8.05 The Forum:
discussion with Bridget Kendall 8.50 The Big Idea
9.00 Newshour: the stories behind the latest
headlines 10.00 News 10.05 From Our Own
Correspondent: Kate Adie presents reports from
around the world 10.30 Boston Calling
11.00 News 11.05 The Newsroom 11.20 Sports
News 11.30 Global Business 12.00 News
12.05am Outlook 12.30 Crowd Science 1.00 News
1.05 The World This Week 1.30 Trending
1.50 Over to You: 2.00 News 2.05 The
Newsroom 2.30 Discovery 3.00 News 3.05 From
Our Own Correspondent 3.30 Death in Ice Valley
3.50 The Big Idea 4.00 News 4.05 The
Documentary: investigating global developments
News and sport bulletin every half-hour
Times vary during live sports coverage
5.00am 5 Live Boxing
5.30 Robbie Savage?s Premier
League Breakfast (R)
6.00 Saturday Breakfast
9.00 5 Live Sport: Ryder Cup
Mark Chapman with coverage of the
42nd Ryder Cup, live from France?s
Le Golf National, with commentary
led by Iain Carter and John Murray.
Plus Premier League updates.
5 Live Sports Extra Digital only
9.55?11.05am Formula One
The third Russian Grand Prix
practice session at Sochi Autodrom.
12.30pm 5 Live Sport
Premier League commentary on
West Ham United v Manchester
United from the London Stadium.
Plus Ryder Cup updates from France.
5 Live Sports Extra Digital only
12.55?2.05pm Formula One
The Russian Grand Prix qualifying
session (start time 1.00).
2.30 5 Live Sport: Ryder Cup
Continued coverage of the 42nd
Ryder Cup, live from France?s Le
Golf National. Plus football updates.
Radio
6.00 News and Papers
6.07 Ramblings
Phone-in responding to Any Questions?
See Monday 7.15pm and Wednesday 10pm Radio 3
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Sports Extra F?view 706 F?sat 706
Sky 0144 Virgin 908
Saturday
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5 Live Sports Extra Digital only
2.55?5.00 Football Wolves v
Southampton (kick-off 3.00).
6.00 6-0-6 With Alan Green.
8.00 Kermode and Mayo?s Film
Review Weekly guide. (R)
9.00 Stephen Nolan
12.00 Brexitcast
12.30am Consumer Team
with Martin Lewis
1.00 Up All Night
Talksport
1053, 1089 MW DAB talksport.co.uk
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6.00am Re:United
7.00 Weekend Sports Breakfast
Presented by Georgie Bingham
and Tony Cascarino.
11.00 Warm Up With the Two Mikes.
1.00pm Matchday Live
Chelsea v Liverpool (kick-off
5.30), a Premier League match
from Stamford Bridge.
7.30 The Full Time Phone-in
Presented by Laura Woods
9.00 Fight Night
12.00 Extra Time
With Tom Latchem.
LBC
97.3 FM (London area) DAB lbc.co.uk
F?view 732 F?sat 734 Sky 0124 Virgin 919
5.00am Best of Steve Allen
6.00 In Conversation
with Steve Allen
7.00 Andrew Castle
Fast-paced show featuring news
from the UK and around the world.
10.00 Matt Frei
12.00 Maajid Nawaz
3.00pm Ian Payne The day?s events.
6.00 Clive Bull
8.00 Beverley Turner
10.00 Nick Abbot
1.00am Matt Stadlen
Asian Network
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6.00am Jasmine Takhar
10.00 Raj and Pablo Film news.
1.00pm Mawaan and Emily
4.00 AJD
7.00 Panjabi Hit Squad
10.00 Asian Network?s Residency
1.00am Semtex UK and US hip-hop.
3.00 Asian Network Residency
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BBC Radio 1
BBC Radio 3
Sunday
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Freeview* 703 Freesat 703 Sky 0103 Virgin 903
6.45 Sunday Feature: A Life in Study:
Robert Lowell
News on the half-hour 7.30am?3.30pm
News and weather 7.00am, 8.00, 9.00, 1.00pm
6.00am Dev and Alice
10.00 Radio 1?s Greatest Hits
11.00 Jordan North
1.00pm Matt and Mollie
4.00 Radio 1?s Life Hacks
6.00 Radio 1?s Most Played
7.00 Radio 1?s Chillest Show
7.00am Breakfast With Elizabeth Alker.
9.00 Sunday Morning With Sarah Walker.
12.00 Private Passions
Colm T骾b韓 explores the turbulent life of Robert
Lowell (1917?77), once considered the greatest
living poet writing in English. He suffered from
what would now be called bipolar disorder, and his
death left two former wives embroiled in a scandal.
Presented by Phil Taggart.
9.00 Daniel P Carter Loud rock.
A recital of English song from Wigmore Hall,
London, presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch.
Lucy Crowe (soprano), Joseph Middleton (piano)
Purcell, realised Britten Lord, What Is Man?
(A Divine Hymn); O Solitude, My Sweetest Choice
Weldon, realised Britten Alleluia
Head Over the Rim of the Moon
Ireland The Trellis; My True Love Hath My Heart;
When I Am Dead, My Dearest; If There Were
Dreams to Sell; Earth?s Call
Walton: Daphne; Through Gilded Trellises;
Old Sir Faulk Repeated from Monday
11.00 BBC Music Introducing
on Radio 1 with Huw Stephens
1.00am Radio 1?s Residency
3.00 Artist Takeover
4.00 Adele Roberts
Radio
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Desert Island Discs
11.15am Radio 4
Starting in 1942, the list reads:
Roy Plomley, Michael Parkinson,
Sue Lawley and Kirsty Young.
And that?s it. Four Desert Island
Discs presenters in 76 years.
And now Lauren Laverne
(above) makes it ?ve. Except,
not quite. She is only standing in
while Young recovers from the
condition ?bromyalgia, though
we?re told that this could take ?a
number of months?. Laverne is
best known as a 6 Music voice
but she?s heard increasingly on
Radio 4. She says it?s ?a huge
honour to be asked to cover my
favourite programme on behalf
of one of my heroes?. Her ?rst
castaway is Olympic diver Tom
Daley. How much of a deep end
Laverne is jumping into remains
to be seen. SIMON O?HAGAN
Private Passions
12 noon Radio 3
As change comes to Desert
Island Discs, let?s hear it for
Michael Berkeley, host of the
Radio 3 DID and a constant
presence since it ?rst aired in
1995. His is a prodigious feat of
longevity since, unlike DID,
Private Passions never has a
week off. There?s much greater
emphasis on music, and by
tapping into his guests?
enthusiasms, Berkeley
invariably succeeds in eliciting
nice personal nuggets from
them. Today?s guest is journalist
Bel Mooney. SIMON O?HAGAN
Gyles Brandreth?s Poem
By Heart
1.30pm Radio 4
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6.00am Mim Shaikh
10.00 Nick Bright
1.00pm Jamz Supernova
4.00 Trevor Nelson R&B and soul.
7.00 David Rodigan Reggae.
9.00 1Xtra Talks
10.00 DJ Edu Underground music.
1.00am as Radio 1 3.00 DJ Edu
BBC Radio 2
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News and Weather on the hour, plus 7.30am
6.00am Good Morning Sunday
The Rev Kate Bottley and Jason
Mohammad welcome Mitch Albom,
who discusses his long-awaited
follow-up to his 2003 novel The
Five People You Meet in Heaven.
9.00 Steve Wright?s Sunday
Love Songs Personal dedications.
11.00 The Michael Ball Show
Music, guests and live
performances, today with Barbara
Dickson and Tony Hadley.
1.00pm Elaine Paige on Sunday
3.00 Sounds of the 70s
Johnnie Walker with an eclectic
pick of oldies and LP tracks. Plus
guests, today with Seventies
reminiscences by Les McKeown,
former lead singer of 1970s chart
stars the Bay City Rollers.
Repeated tomorrow 3am
5.00 Gaby Roslin
Sitting in for Paul O?Grady.
7.00 Fearne Cotton
Sitting in for Claudia Winkleman.
Repeated Friday 2am
9.00 Clare Teal
Novelist, children?s writer, broadcaster and
Daily Mail advice columnist Bel Mooney talks
a
to Michael Berkeley about her life and career.
Producer Elizabeth Burke
1.00pm Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
2.00 The Early Music Show
Lucie Skeaping takes the ?rst of two musical journeys
through the mysterious world of possession, featuring
music associated with the ecstatic trances of
Hildegard of Bingen, Teresa of Avila and Joan of Arc,
Su? dervishes and musical exorcisms. Producer Les Pratt
3.00 Choral Evensong
From Chester Cathedral. Introit: A New
Commandment (Tallis). Responses: Radcliffe. Psalm
119, vv145?176 (Crotch, Battishill, Wesley, Foster).
Lesson: 1 Chronicles 29, vv10?19. Of?ce hymn:
Almighty Lord, Whose Sovereign Right (Golden
Sheaves). Canticles: Stanford . Lesson: Colossians 3,
vv12?17. Anthem: If the Lord Had Not Helped Me
(Bairstow). Hymn: All My Hope on God Is Founded
(Michael). Voluntary: Plymouth Suite (Whitlock).
Director of music Philip Rushforth. Assistant
director Andrew Wyatt. Repeated from Wednesday
4.00 Choir and Organ
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces music for voices,
including folk ensemble the Young Tradition in a
vocal fox hunt, Haydn imagining life as an old man,
and hymns of praise spanning six centuries ? by
Dufay, Purcell and Steve Reich. Producer Steven Rajam
5.00 The Listening Service
Technology has ?gured in the making of instrumental
music throughout history, whether bone flutes, violins,
pianos, tape or synthesisers. Tom Service asks if new
musical technology is a response to the needs of
composers and performers, or if the technology comes
?rst, creating new possibilities. Producer David Papp
5.30 Words and Music
In Flux. Re?ections on change, chaos and
becoming, from adolescence to politics and
metaphysics. Owen Teale and Thalissa Teixeira
read from Heraclitus, Nietzsche, Virginia Woolf,
Carson McCullers and others, with music by,
among others, Wagner, Holst, Sandy Denny and
Steve Reich. Producer Luke Mulhall
BBC 6 Music
Producer Steven Rajam (R)
7.30 Drama on 3 from Summerhall
Three plays recorded in August at the Edinburgh
Festival Fringe in a BBC pop-up radio studio.
Sam?s Secret Orchestra. By Jeremy Raison. The
sonic landscape of Sam ? born blind but hugely
talented musically ? as she struggles to ?nd her voice.
Sam
Baz
Lena
Scarlett Brookes Mr Kent
Stephen Critchlow Deborah
Zalie Burrow CJ
Crawford Logan
Helen McAlpine
Lucy Farrett
Composer Adrian Leung; Sound design Matt Thompson
Producer/Director Cherry Cookson
8.15 After Fear. By Oliver Emanuel. A fast-paced
thriller about adultery, blackmail and the heady
power of fear, inspired by Stefan and Lotte Zweig.
Ishbel
Her wife
Shauna Macdonald The other woman Maryam Hamidi
Meg Fraser Pianist
Robin Laing
Other parts played by members of the cast
Producer/Director Kirsty Williams
8.45 Turbulence. By Eileen Horne. A married
couple on a ?ight from the US rediscover the
importance of truth in a world of alternative facts.
Fiona
Frank
Anita Vettesse Colin
Justin Salinger
Robin Laing
Director Gaynor Macfarlane
9.15 Radio 3 in Concert
Kate Mollesen with live concert performances
recorded this summer in Munich and Dresden.
Shostakovich Concerto for piano, trumpet and strings
Denis Matsuev (piano), Helmut Fuchs (trumpet),
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Yuri Temirkanov
Bruckner Mass No 2 in E minor Bavarian Radio
Chorus, Bavarian RSO, conductor Kent Nagano
10.30 Early Music Late
Elin Manahan Thomas presents 18th-century
French music played by Ensemble Amarillis,
including pieces by Philidor, Lully, Rameau,
Campra, Chambonni鑢es and Mont閏lair.
11.30 Unclassi?ed
Elizabeth Alker with composers and performers
who are breaking free of the concert hall.
12.30am Through the Night With Catriona Young.
Carolyn Sampson (soprano) performs ?ower songs by
Wagner, Respighi, Purcell, Schumann, Quilter, Britten,
Gounod, Faur�, Strauss, Schubert and others.
2.10 Panufnik String Quartet No 1 2.31 Mahler
Symphony No 5 3.39 Alfven Evenings 3.43 Vivaldi
Concerto in D, RV93 3.53 Sawa Dance Pictures
4.00 Hildegard of Bingen Alma redemptoris mater;
Ave Maria, O auctrix vite 4.12 Duparc L?Invitation au
voyage 4.16 Wagner Dawn and Siegfried?s Rhine
Journey (G鰐terd鋗merung) 4.31 Arr Takemitsu
Sakura 4.35 Parac Andante amoroso 4.41 Handel
Oboe Sonata in A minor, Op 1 No 4 4.49 Fanny
Mendelssohn Songs without Words, Op 6 (excerpts)
4.59 Mozart Adagio and Allegro in E ?at, KAnhC 17.07
5.09 Tapkov First Suite 5.15 Beethoven Variations on
Kind, willst du ruhig schlafen 5.26 Meder Sinfonia in C,
Op 1 No 4 5.39 Poulenc Figure humaine
5.58 Bacewicz Symphony No 3
Classic FM
A broad spectrum of big band and
swing, plus studio guests, a gig
guide and the feature That?s Life,
in which listeners discuss swing
recordings of personal signi?cance.
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7.00am Mary Anne Hobbs Music and guests.
10.00 Cerys Matthews Lia Leendertz looks
11.00 Don Black
1.00pm The Leisure Society 4/4. Gemma Cairney
7.00am Kirsty Gallacher In for Aled Jones.
10.00 Bill Turnbull With popular favourites.
1.00pm Alexander Armstrong Uplifting music.
3.00 Charlotte Hawkins
13/13. Popular standards and
classics, tonight including a music
spotlight on Oscar-winning Brooklynborn lyricist Norman Gimbel
(1899?1981), who co-wrote Sway,
Canadian Sunset, Killing Me Softly
with His Song and The Girl from
Ipanema ? one of several foreignlanguage songs for which he wrote
the English-language lyrics. This
?nal instalment of the current series
also features recordings by Bobby
Darin, Rex Harrison, Eva Cassidy
and regular playlist ?xture Matt
Monro. Don returns in January.
12.00 Geoff Lloyd
Sitting in for OJ Borg.
3.00am Trevor Nelson?s Rhythm
Nation Soul and R&B. (R)
(
ahead to October and Melissa Laveaux performs.
hears from US producer Santigold (born Santi White).
2.00 Guy Garvey Personal picks. Rptd 12 midnight
4.00 Amy Lam� With grooves and guests.
6.00 Now Playing @6Music With Tom Robinson.
8.00 Stuart Maconie?s Freak Zone
10.00 Don Letts?s Culture Clash Radio
12.00 Guy Garvey Old and new tunes. (R)
2.00am BBC Introducing Mixtape 3.00 Live Hour
4.00 Jerry Wexler: Soul Man 1/3. 5.00 Chris Hawkins
Absolute Radio
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8.00am Jason Manford 11.00 Sarah Champion
2.00pm Pete Donaldson 6.00 Request Show
8.00 The Devil?s Music 12.00 Mark Goodier?s
Classic Album Playback 1.00am Jay Lawrence
leather covers
Popular Classic FM favourites and some discoveries,
today with a spotlight on violinist Tianwa Yang, who
aged four began playing the instrument in Beijing.
5.00 The Classic FM Chart With Nicholas Owen.
7.00 David Mellor
Featuring a celebration of Johann Svendsen, born
in Oslo on this day in 1840, and music by his friend
Edvard Grieg. Plus an appreciation of the great
Russian violinist David Oistrakh.
9.00 Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
about Classical Music
Catherine Bott sheds light on the lesser-known
contemporaries of famous composers, revealing
who wrote nocturnes before Chopin, which poet
upstaged Handel, and Mozart?s greatest competitor.
10.00 Smooth Classics
Myleene Klass presents soothing classical music.
1.00am Bob Jones Classic tunes.
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BBC Radio 4
BBC Radio 5 Live
12.30 The Food Programme
5.00 File on 4
Rachel Ama investigates how healthy
various meat substitutes are, meeting the
CEO of Quorn Kevin Brennan.
2/10. Debt Killed My Dad. Helen Grady
investigates how the authorities deal with
instances of unpaid council tax.
News 5.30am, 6.00, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 12 noon
and hourly to 12 midnight
Weather 6.57am, 7.57, 12.57pm, 5.57, 9.59, 12.15am
Shipping Forecasts 5.20am, 12.01pm (LW), 5.54, 12.48am
Producer Tom Bonnett Repeated tomorrow 3.30pm
Producer David Lewis Repeated from Tuesday
1.00 The World This Weekend
5.40 Pro?le Repeated from yesterday 7pm
6.00 Six o?Clock News
6.15 Pick of the Week
5.30am News Brie?ng
5.43 Bells on Sunday
The morning bells from St Maunanus and St
Stephen in Mawnan, Cornwall.
5.45 Pro?le Repeated from yesterday 7pm
6.00 News Summary
6.05 Something Understood
Cultivating Kindness. Suryagupta
Dharmacharini, chair of the London Buddhist
Centre, asks whether kindness can be
cultivated. Producer Max O?Brien Repeated 11.30pm
6.35 Living World
7.00 News; Sunday Papers
7.10 Sunday With Edward Stourton.
7.55 Radio 4 Appeal
Gyles Brandreth presents an appeal on behalf
of the Rainbow Trust Children?s Charity,
which provides emotional and practical
support to families with seriously ill children.
Producer Kate Howells Rptd 9.26pm and Thursday 3.27pm
Donations: Freepost BBC Radio 4 Appeal, marked
Rainbow Trust Children?s Charity on the back of the
envelope; Credit cards: Freephone 0800 404 8144;
online via the Radio 4 website
8.00 News; Sunday Papers
8.10 Sunday Worship
1.30 Gyles Brandreth?s Poem by Heart
Gyles Brandreth examines the bene?t of
learning poetry by heart to mental
a
wellbeing, and uncovers the scienti?c
wisdom and sensual pleasure behind the
process. Producer Tom Alban
Radio feature: page 122
2.00 Gardeners? Question Time
Peter Gibbs and the panel make a return visit
to the John Innes Centre in Norwich. Answering
the audience?s questions are Bob Flowerdew,
Christine Walkden and Matthew Wilson. The
centre has been the home of pea research
since it was founded in 1910, and the
programme includes an item about the
future of peas. Producer Darby Dorras Rptd from Fri
2.45 The Listening Project
Fi Glover introduces conversations between
people about conditions that make them
stand out, including dyslexia, a cleft palate,
and being unable to breast-feed.
Producer Marya Burgess (R)
3.00 Drama: Get Carter:
Nights at the Circus
2/2. Adaptation by Lucy Catherine of the
1984 novel by Angela Carter. The fantastical
story of Sophie Fevvers, aerialist extraordinaire
and star of the music hall. Hatched from an
egg, she is part-woman, part-bird ? at least,
that?s what she claims. American journalist
Jack is determined to discover the truth.
8.48 A Point of View
Sophie Fevvers Roisin Conaty Samson/Kidnapper Joe Sims
Lizzie
Elizabeth Counsell Princess
Claire Cage
Jack Walser
Ryan Whittle Lamarek/Grand duke
Mignon
Carys Eleri
Richard Elfyn
Col Kearney Stewart Wright
Weekly re?ections on topical issues with a
range of contributors. Repeated from Friday
4.00 Open Book
A service of Thanksgiving for Harvest
from Christ Church Cathedral in
n
Lisburn, Antrim.
8.58 Tweet of the Day
The Eel and the Heron. Kitty MacFarlane
?nds inspiration in the birds she sees in the
countryside for her music.
Producer Andrew Dawes
9.00 Broadcasting House
Paddy O?Connell with a sharp take on the news.
10.00 The Archers Omnibus edition.
11.15 Desert Island Discs
Lauren Laverne begins her stint as
stand-in for Kirsty Young. Her ?rst
castaway is Olympic diver Tom Daley.
a
Producer Cathy Drysdale Repeated Friday 9am
12.04pm Just a Minute
8/8. Nicholas Parsons chairs as Paul Merton,
Sheila Hancock, Jan Ravens and Rufus Hound
do battle. Producer Richard Morris Rptd from Mon
Producer/Director Sasha Yevtushenko
In a special programme recorded in front of
an audience, Mariella Frostrup and guests
including Sebastian Faulks and Kamila
Shamsie celebrate 20 years of Open Book.
Producer Ellie Bury Rptd Thursday 3.30pm
4.30 Virginia Woolf: Impossible Music
Fiona Talkington explores writer Virginia Woolf?s
fascination with the relationships among
music, words and narrative. Connecting past
and present, Talkington and Woolf (as played
by Tamsin Greig) duet in a sonic landscape
capturing the rooms and gardens of Monk?s
House ? the Woolfs? home in the village of
Rodmell in the spectacular Sussex Downs.
Some of these same recordings have been
found in the BBC archive and woven into this
soundscape dramatised by Talkington. With
music by Nina Perry. Producer Nina Perry
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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7.15 The Devil and Mrs Fox as 2.15pm
7.30 To Hull and Back Comedy drama (4/4)
8.00 Meet the Huggetts No Fear 1957 comedy
8.30 Take It from Here 1958 comedy
9.00 The Spy and the Traitor Ben Mcintyre?s
new book tells the story of a KGB double agent.
Abridged by Richard Hamilton and read by Tim
McInnerny ? omnibus (1?5/5)
10.10 The Listening Project With Fi Glover
10.15 Desert Island Discs as 9.15pm
11.00 Radiolab American public radio show (7/8)
12.00 Meet the Huggetts 1957 comedy
12.30pm Take It from Here 1958 comedy
1.00 Not Me, But Us Maggie Allen?s drama set in
1869. Julia Watson stars as Sophia Jex-Blake (1840?
1912) who, appalled by the mortality rate among
women and children, decides she must qualify as
a doctor, albeit against the odds ? omnibus (1?5/10)
2.15 The Devil and Mrs Fox Maureen O?Brien
reads Michael Carson?s tale in which two ladies
head to the supermarket with dinner and
something more diabolical in mind. From 1991
2.30 Not Working Emily Bruni reads Robin Brooks?s
adaptation of the comic debut by Lisa Owens. A
woman quits her job to ?nd her true vocation (1?5/10)
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2/4. Jeremy Front?s adaptation of Simon
Brett?s novel. When the star of Hamlet is
severely injured, Charles suspects foul play.
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Maurice
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Richard Pepple
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7.45 Annika Stranded
7/8. Last Call. By Nick Walker. Annika gets a
nasty surprise investigating a death in
Lillehammer. Read by Nicola Walker.
Producer Jeremy Osborne
8.00 More or Less
6/7. Tim Harford investigates numbers in the
news. Producer Richard Vadon Rptd from Friday
8.30 Last Word
Matthew Bannister celebrates the lives of
notable people who have died recently.
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Francine Stock talks to director Paul King, who
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6.00 Ryder Cup Breakfast
Sam Walker and Nicky Campbell
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5.00 The Final Word
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5.00 Early Breakfast
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3.45 Inside the Queen?s Head Lemn Sissay
visits ?ve pubs named the Queen?s Head (5/5)
4.00 The American Dentist Mary Baker?s comedy
about Dr Thomas Evans (1823?97), appointed
imperial court dentist to Napoleon III ? a decision
that would change the course of history. With Colin
Stinton, Barbara Durkin and Buffy Davis. From 2001
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6.00 Dr Strangelove Thermonuclear war erupts
in Kerry Shale?s dramatisation of Peter George?s
1958 apocalyptic black comedy Red Alert, originally
published as Two Hours to Doom and made even
more famous by Stanley Kubrick?s 1964 ?lm.
Narrated by Teresa Gallagher and starring Kerry
Shale, William Hootkins and others. From 1993
7.00 Radiolab American public radio show (7/8)
8.00 The Spy and the Traitor as 9am
9.10 The Listening Project With Fi Glover
9.15 Desert Island Discs A 1983 edition with
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10.00?12.00 Comedy Club: To Hull and Back
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people that loneliness becomes
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presenter Claudia Hammond
(above). In the world?s largest
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of Manchester, Brunel
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Exeter ? the BBC Loneliness
Experiment received more than
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drama Me Myself I (2.15pm)
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change has a powerful hold over
many people. And it can make a
great story. That?s the case with
this one, in which Lucy Kellaway
tells of how, in her late ?fties,
she abandoned her comfortable,
well-paid job at the Financial
Times and embarked on a
crusade ? to not just become a
teacher herself but to persuade
others of similar vintage and
status to likewise reinvent
themselves. Now Teach, the
project is called, and each of the
?ve programmes across the
week re?ects a different stage
of the process. The internal
drama Kellaway and her cohort
experience ? the nerves, the
setbacks, the exhaustion ? is
engrossing. If there?s anyone
left who still thinks teaching is a
cushy number, they should
listen to this. SIMON O?HAGAN
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4.00 MistaJam Tunes and guests.
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and musician Adrian Edmondson,
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7.00 In Tune Mixtape
1/5. From Scotland to Paris. All this week, Donald
Macleod is in conversation with Thea Musgrave as
the composer celebrates the year of her 90th
birthday. Born just outside Edinburgh, she studied
medicine before realising that she wanted to
pursue a life in music. A composition prize took
her to Paris to study with Nadia Boulanger, who
spotted her potential. Back in Britain, she started
to receive commissions. A dream about a
subversive clarinettist led to a commission from
the CBSO for her ground-breaking Concerto for
Orchestra, and in 1970 she was offered the post
of guest professor at the University of California
at Santa Barbara. She has lived and made her
life as a composer in the US ever since.
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9.30 Listeners? suggestions for the playlist.
10.10 Time Traveller A slice of cultural history.
10.50 This week?s guest is John Simpson, the BBC?s
world affairs editor.
11.30 Slow Moment A musical contemplation.
3.15 Saint-Sa雗s Piano Concerto No 1 in D
Louis Lortie, conductor Edward Gardner
3.40 Thea Musgrave Songs for a Winter?s Evening
Claire Booth (soprano), conductor Clark Rundell
4.05 Copland An Outdoor Overture
Conductor John Wilson
4.15 Nimrod Borenstein Cello Concerto (?rst
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conductor Fr閐閞ic Chaslin
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces today?s recital
from Wigmore Hall, London.
Annelien Van Wauwe (clarinet),
Chiaroscuro Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in E ?at, Op 33 No 2 (Joke)
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A, K581
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Thea Musgrave, including premieres from her and
also from Nimrod Borenstein, Andrea Tarrodi and
Alissa Firsova. Three highly contrasted modern
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Debussy Pr閘ude � l?apr鑣-midi d?un faune
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
Bartok Concerto for Orchestra Leonard
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7.00 Marc Riley London band Teleman perform.
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12.00 6 Music Recommends With Lauren Laverne.
1.00am Jerry Wexler ? Soul Man 2/3. John Peel
profiles Atlantic Records mogul Jerry Wexler (1917?2008),
who produced hits by Dusty Spring?eld, Aretha Franklin
and many more. 2.00 The Look of Love ? the Story
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Natasha Riordan introduces an all-Schumann
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Jonathan Biss (piano), Elias String Quartet
Schumann Violin Sonata No 1 in A minor, Op 105;
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10.45 The Essay: Music of the Spheres
1/5. Music: the First Theory of Everything
Conceived in the sixth century, the music of the
spheres was a serious intellectual idea that
applied music theory to the search for underlying
order in the natural world. It survived for
centuries. In these ?ve essays, astronomer and
science writer Stuart Clark argues that the
concept of harmony, still so prevalent in art,
continues to underpin science as well. He begins
by tracing the origins of the music of the spheres.
11.00 Jazz Now
During the centenary week of Holst?s The Planets,
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arrangement of the suite at Ronnie Scott?s.
12.30am Through the Night With Catriona Young.
Debussy Nocturnes Ibert Flute Concerto CPE Bach
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5.01 Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody No 1
5.12 Schubert An den Mond, D193 5.16 Quantz Trio
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J Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus
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Alice St Clair
Christine Absalom
Shaun Dooley
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12.15 You and Yours Consumer reports.
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2.15 Drama: The Truth about Anna
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1/5. Michael Palin reads from his new book,
about the mysterious and tragic voyage of
HMS Erebus in 1845. The ship had made a
successful journey to the Antarctic and was
being rigged and loaded for a second
expedition to the Northwest Passage. Hopes
were high when she ?nally set off with HMS
Terror from Greenhithe on the Thames
estuary. Abridged by Penny Leicester.
Julianna Jennings Al
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Philip Desmeules Franklin
Trevor White
Jammy Kasongo Librarian Lorna Nickson-Brown
Gillian Saker
Producer Emma Hearn; Director Carl Prekopp (R)
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help thousands of isolated and struggling
elderly people. Producer Angela Hind
9.45 LW Daily Service
Led by Rev Bert Tosh from St John?s Church,
Malone, Belfast. Let Us with a Gladsome
Mind. 2 Corinthians 9, vv6?12. God, in Such
Love for Us (Malcolm Archer). We Plough the
Fields and Scatter.
10.00 Woman?s Hour With Jane Garvey.
10.45 Maya Angelou: Singin? and Swingin?
and Gettin? Merry like Christmas 1/5
The 15-Minute Drama. See drama repeat 7.45pm
4.30 The Digital Human
Aleks Krotoski explores the world of technology.
5.00 PM
6.00 Six o?Clock News
6.30 The Museum of Curiosity
New series. 1/6. John Lloyd and new curator
Lee Mack are joined by Lucy Beaumont, Dr Kat
Arney and Benjamin Zephaniah, who ?nd out
about tai chi and the world?s smallest window.
11.00 Besieged
Mike Thomson collects the personal stories
of Syrians living and dying in besieged cities
during the civil war. Producer Bob Howard
Producers Richard Turner and Anne Miller
Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
11.30 Josh Howie?s Losing It
7.00 The Archers
New series. 1/6. Return of the comedy
written by and starring Josh Howie. Josh and
his wife Monique prepare for a visit from the
health visitor ? who Josh gets on the wrong
side of. Also with Pippa Evans, Kerry Godliman,
Julian Deane, and Jonathan Kemp.
There is a near miss for Johnny.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow 2pm
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Sarah Perry, author of The Essex Serpent, talks
to Samira Ahmed about her novel Melmoth.
Producer Kate Bullivant
Producer Ashley Blaker
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6.00am Detective as 8pm
6.30 Performing to the Red Light as 8.30pm
7.00 Flying the Flag 1987 comedy (5/6)
7.30 Just a Minute Panel show (8/8)
8.00 Hancock?s Half-Hour Comedy
8.30 It Sticks Out Half a Mile Comedy (12/13)
9.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? Comedy (1/6)
9.30 King Street Junior Revisited Comedy (5/6)
10.00 The Once and Future King as 3pm
11.00 Life in Miniature as 9pm
12.00 Hancock?s Half-Hour Comedy
12.30pm It Sticks Out Half a Mile Comedy (12/13)
1.00 Detective as 8pm
1.30 Performing to the Red Light as 8.30pm
2.00 The Bottle Imp Ian McDiarmid reads an
adaptation by Kirsteen Cameron of Robert Louis
Stevenson?s tale of greed, consequences and the
redeeming power of love, ?rst published in 1891. A
sailor buys an enchanted bottle that grants its
owner?s every wish, but soon regrets entering into
the devilish pact. From 2015 (1/5)
2.15 The Making of Music James Naughtie?s
series on the history of classical music (21/30)
2.30 Not Me, But Us Maggie Allen?s drama set
in 1869 and starring Julia Watson as physician and
feminist Sophia Jex-Blake (1840?1912) (6/10)
2.45 Olivier Biography of Laurence Olivier (1/5)
Jorie
Emma Handy
Babe
Lucy Doyle
Tom/Breen
Ryan Whittle
MarthaFlowers GbemisolaIkumelo
Drew/Doctor
Sean Murray
Miss Blum Jeanette Percival
Lilian
Sarah Niles
Julian
Ivan Marevich
Producer/Director Pauline Harris Rptd from 10.45am
8.00 All in the Mind: Loneliness Results
Claudia Hammond reveals the results of
the BBC Loneliness Experiment. Joining
a
her at Wellcome Collection in London are
philosopher Julian Baggini, musician Jazz
Morely and poet Daljit Nagra.
Repeated Wednesday 11am See tomorow 9am
8.30 Analysis
New series. 1/8. Power Shift. Ian Goldin
explores the 2008 ?nancial crisis?s dramatic
effects on geopolitics.
Producer Beth Sagar-Fenton Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
9.00 Natural Histories
12/12. Swan. Brett Westwood pro?les the
swan in the ?nal episode of the series.
Producer Melvin Rickarby Repeated from Tuesday
9.30 Start the Week Shortened rpt from 9am
10.00 The World Tonight
10.45 Book at Bedtime: The Silence of
the Girls
6/10. The Trojans have advanced to the
outskirts of the Greek camp, and Agamemnon
begs Achilles to return to battle. Pat Barker?s
new novel is abridged by Jill Waters and Isobel
Creed and read by Nadine Marshall and Colin
Salmon. Producer Jill Waters
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11.00 When Greeks Flew Kites
Monthly history programme, with Sarah
Dunant tonight delving into the past for
stories of courtship, scrutinising moments in
history when the rules of the dating game
have been rewritten.
Producers Katherine Godfrey and Nathan Gower
11.30 Beyond Belief
Ernie Rea discusses religion and transgender
with Kamalanandi and Philippa Whittaker, a
Buddhist and a Christian who have both
transitioned. Producer Helen Lee (R)
12.00 News
12.30?12.45am Book of the Week:
Erebus 1/5. Repeated from 9.45am
1.00 as BBC World Service
BBC World Service
3.00 The Once and Future King
Dramatisation by Brian Sibley of TH White?s
classic 1958 take on the Arthurian legend (6/6)
4.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? Comedy (1/6)
4.30 King Street Junior Revisited Comedy (5/6)
5.00 Flying the Flag 1987 comedy (5/6)
5.30 Just a Minute Panel show (8/8)
6.00 The Blade of the Poisoner Sci-? fantasy (1/4)
6.30 A Good Read With Sue MacGregor,
Hunter Davies and Arnold Wesker. From 2006
7.00 Hancock?s Half-Hour Comedy
7.30 It Sticks Out Half a Mile Comedy (12/13)
8.00 Detective Series four featuring stories of
crime and detection in London, written by Robert
Barr and starring Ray Brooks and Stephen Garlick.
In Surveillance, DS Brook and his colleagues
suspect a major blag is on the cards when heavies
from different ?rms gather. From 1985
8.30 Performing to the Red Light Terence Curran
goes behind the scenes with classical musicians (1/2)
9.00 Life in Miniature Archive short stories (5/5)
10.00?12.00 Comedy Club: Just a Minute
Panel show (8/8), at 10.30 The Boosh (2/6),
at 11.00 The News Quiz Extra (5/8),
and at 11.45 Hearing with Hegley (6/8)
12.00 as 6pm 12.30am as 6.30pm 1.00 as 8pm
1.30 as 8.30pm 2.00 as 2pm 2.15 as 2.15pm 2.30
as 2.30pm 2.45 as 2.45pm 3.00 as 3pm 4.00 as
4pm 4.30 as 4.30pm 5.00 as 5pm 5.30 as 5.30pm
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Maya Pippa Bennett-Warner
Tosh
Jamie Demetriou
Vivian Baxter
Ellen Thomas
Clyde
Tumo Reetsang
Preacher/Wilkie/Arabic man
Steve Toussaint
Eddie
Lewis Bray
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5.00am News 5.05 The Newsroom 5.30 Crowd
Science 6.00 Newsday: headlines 8.30 Business
Daily 8.50 Witness 9.00 News 9.05 The Arts
Hour 10.00 World Update 11.00 The Newsroom
11.30 The Conversation 12.00 News
12.05pm Outlook: perspectives on important
issues 1.00 The Newsroom 1.30 The Why Factor:
histories behind everyday objects and actions
1.50 More or Less 2.00 Newshour: the stories
behind the headlines 3.00 News 3.05 Hardtalk:
interviews with newsmakers 3.30 World Business
Report 4.00 BBC OS 6.00 News 6.05 Outlook
7.00 The Newsroom 7.30 Sport Today: global
round-up 8.00 News 8.05 Hardtalk: interviews
with newsmakers and personalities from across
the globe 8.30 Discovery 9.00 Newshour: stories
behind the headlines 10.00 News 10.05 The Why
Factor: histories behind everyday objects
10.30 The Conversation 11.00 News 11.05 The
Newsroom 11.20 Sports News 11.30 World
Business Report: informed analysis 12.00 News
12.05am The Arts Hour 1.00 News 1.05 Business
Matters 2.00 News 2.05 The Newsroom
2.30 The Why Factor 2.50 More or Less
3.00 News 3.05 BBC World Hacks 3.30 In the
Studio 4.00 News 4.05 Outlook: important issues
News and sport bulletin every half-hour
Times vary during live sports coverage
5.00am Morning Reports
With news, sport and business.
5.15 Wake Up to Money
Financial news stories.
6.00 5 Live Breakfast
Clare McDonnell and Rachel
Burden present news from the UK
and around the world, including
business, travel updates and the
day?s sports stories. At 9.00 Your
Call, a phone-in on the big issue of
the day with Rachel Burden.
10.00 Anna Foster
Featuring original journalism and
surprising news stories.
1.00pm Afternoon Edition
Nihal Arthanayake presents the
latest news and sport, engaging
stories and conversation, plus
big-name interviews and features.
4.00 5 Live Drive
Sarah Brett and Tony Livesey with
news, sport and topical interviews.
7.00 5 Live Sport
Kelly Cates presents sports news,
interviews and features, including
at 7.00 Monday Night Club, in
which she is joined by guests for a
football discussion and debate.
Plus build-up to the Premier
League match between
Bournemouth and Crystal Palace,
with live commentary from 8.00.
10.30 Phil Williams
News, sport and discussion, with
listeners? emails, texts and tweets.
1.00am Up All Night
Rhod Sharp with the latest
international news and regular
themed features.
Radio
1/2. Thriller by Michael Butt, inspired by a
true story and set in California. A group of
radical environmental activists who plan to
blow up a dam become suspicious of their
latest recruit Anna, believing she might be an
FBI in?ltrator. First broadcast November 2016.
Yuval Noah Harari offers his 21 lessons for
the 21st century. In a discussion with Andrew
Marr, the Israeli author looks back to his
bestselling history of the world, Sapiens (2011),
and forward to a possible post-human future.
1/5. Continuing Radio 4?s adaptations of six
of the seven autobiographies by Maya
Angelou (1928?2014), Adjoa Andoh narrates
this dramatisation by Winsome Pinnock of
the third in the series. Single mother Maya
loves music. She meets and marries former
sailor Tosh in the record shop where she works.
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Sports Extra F?view 706 F?sat 706
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Monday
Adeline
Helen Schlesinger Nell
Eleanor Aimee-F?on Edwards Phyllis
Annie
Kathleen Cranham Silas
Sophie
Abbie Andrews
7.45 Maya Angelou: Singin? and Swingin?
and Gettin? Merry like Christmas
Talksport
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F?view 723 F?sat 731 Sky 0108 Virgin 927
6.00am Sports Breakfast
Presented by Alan Brazil.
10.00 Jim White
1.00pm Hawksbee and Jacobs
4.00 Adrian Durham and
Darren Gough Football news.
7.00 Kick-off
10.00 Sports Bar
1.00am Extra Time
Presented by Will Gavin.
LBC
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F?view 732 F?sat 734 Sky 0124 Virgin 919
7.00am Nick Ferrari
Fast-paced show marked by strong
opinions, featuring the day?s
newsmakers and listener reaction.
10.00 James O?Brien
1.00pm Shelagh Fogarty
4.00 Eddie Mair
Eddie Mair: page 125
6.00 Nigel Farage
7.00 Iain Dale
10.00 Tom Swarbrick
1.00am Darren Adam
4.00 Steve Allen Topical musings
across a broad range of subjects.
Asian Network
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F?view 709 F?sat 709 Sky 0119 Virgin 912
6.00am Harpz Kaur
10.00 Asian Network?s Big Debate
Interactive debate on topical and
cultural issues, followed at 11.00
by studio guests and listener input.
12.30pm Asian Network Reports
1.00 Noreen Khan Desi music.
4.00 Yasser New, unsigned and
underground British-Asian music.
7.00 Bobby Friction
South Asian culture, including big
Bollywood and bhangra anthems.
10.00 Mobeen Azhar
12.00 Asian Network Playlists
1.00am as 1Xtra
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BBC Radio 1
Tuesday
97.6?99.8 FM DAB bbc.co.uk/radio1
F?view* 700 F?sat 700 Sky 0101 Virgin 901
News and Newsbeat as yesterday
News and weather as yesterday
6.30am Breakfast
1.00am Annie Nightingale
3.00 Radio 1 Comedy ?
Unexpected Fluids
4.00 Adele Roberts
Radio
1Xtra
DAB bbc.co.uk/1xtra
F?view* 701 F?sat 701 Sky 0137 Virgin 907
11.30am/10.30pm
BBC World Service
Inside the Van Gogh Museum in
Amsterdam, senior conservator
Ren� Boitelle restores
masterpieces for the bene?t of
future generations. Karl Bos
watches as Boitelle uses solvent
on a cotton swab to remove
yellowing varnish from a canvas
by Van Gogh?s contemporary
Jacob Maris (1837?1899).
Boitelle is also at work on The
Furrows (1888, detail above),
one of the representations of
wheat ?elds by Vincent himself.
His original colour scheme is
emerging. But the restoration
will not be completed until late
2019. Inevitably the months
spent lavishing attention on a
work of art produces a bond
between conservator and
painting. At the end: ?Hmmm. I
have an empty easel now.?
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In celebration of World Ballet
Day, Jane Jones?s selection
tonight opens with the concert
suite from Tchaikovsky?s
ever-popular Christmas ballet
The Nutcracker ? a toe-tapping
selection of great tunes, from
the magical Miniature Overture
and delectable Dance of the
Sugar-Plum Fairy to the
irresistible sway of the
concluding Waltz of the Flowers.
And, to match Tchaikovsky?s
sequence of Russian, Arabian
and Chinese dances, the
programme ends with the
foot-stomping Peace Pipe Dance
from Rameau?s mini-opera Les
Sauvages, inspired by the actual
dancing of six Native American
?savages? who visited Paris in
1725. MARK PAPPENHEIM
90.2?92.4 FM DAB bbc.co.uk/radio3
Freeview* 703 Freesat 703 Sky 0103 Virgin 903
6.30am Greg James
10.00 Clara Amfo
1.00pm Scott Mills
4.00 Nick Grimshaw
7.00 Annie Mac
9.00 The 8th with Charlie Sloth
11.00 Radio 1?s Indie Show
With Jack Saunders.
In The Studio:
Conserving the Works of
the Van Gogh Museum
BBC Radio 3
6.00am Dotty 10.00 Ace
1.00pm Yasmin Evans
4.00 MistaJam
7.00 DJ Target
9.00 The 8th with Charlie Sloth
11.00 Jamz Supernova
1.00am Annie Nightingale
3.00 1Xtra Playlists
4.00 Jamz Supernova
BBC Radio 2
88?90.2 FM DAB bbc.co.uk/radio2
F?view 702 F?sat 702 Sky 0102 Virgin 902
News and Weather as yesterday
5.00am Vanessa Feltz
Music and chat, plus a look at the
morning papers and input from
listeners sharing personal experiences.
6.30 Chris Evans
Chart hits, oldies, chat, travel
updates and phone-in discussions
with eager listeners.
9.30 Ken Bruce
Including after 11.30 Tracks of My
Years, in which comedian and
musician Adrian Edmondson
discusses two more of his all-time
favourite records, today featuring
Roxy Music and Madness.
12.00 Jeremy Vine
Topical phone-in show.
2.00pm Steve Wright
New and vintage music.
5.00 Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo
8.00 Jamie Cullum
Jazz showcase.
9.00 Top Brass
3/4. Multi-instrumentalist James
Morrison introduces the full
spectrum of modern brass music.
Today?s programme features music
from American trumpet stars Jon
Faddis and Adam Rapa, the
lederhosen-wearing band Oompah
Brass, London-based dectet
Superbrass, and renowned Austrian
chamber brass septet Mnozil Brass.
Guest Emilio Castillo, frontman of
horn-heavy California R&B-funk
band Tower of Power, discusses his
influences and how the band develops
songs. And Morrison is joined by
Mike Lovatt, principal trumpeter of
the John Wilson Orchestra, for a
celebration of trumpeter Maurice
Murphy (1935?2010), who was
London Symphony Orchestra
principal trumpeter and can be
heard on the soundtracks of many
Hollywood blockbusters including
Raiders of the Lost Ark and the
?rst six Star Wars ?lms.
10.00 Sara Cox
12.00 Geoff Lloyd
3.00am Sounds of the 80s (R)
Music, news and the occasional surprise,
presented by Petroc Trelawny.
9.00 Essential Classics
Presented by Suzy Klein.
9.30 Listeners? suggestions for the playlist.
10.10 Time Traveller A slice of cultural history.
10.50 This week?s guest is John Simpson.
11.30 Slow Moment A musical contemplation.
12.00 Composer of the Week: Thea Musgrave
2/5. Experimenting. Donald Macleod talks to the
Scottish-born composer who has lived in the US
since 1970 and is celebrating her 90th birthday year.
Today, she discusses her early experiments with
electronic techniques and also her long friendships
with musicians including oboist Nicholas Daniel,
horn player Barry Tuckwell and conductor Colin
Davis. She explains how she developed a form of
music that she describes as dramatic abstract,
where she experiments with spatial con?gurations
of players and acoustic possibilities.
Niobe for oboe and pre-recorded tape
Nicholas Daniel (oboe)
Horn Concerto
Barry Tuckwell, Scottish National Orchestra
conducted by the composer
Wild Winter I for voices and viols
Red Byrd, Fretwork
See also 3.00pm
1.00pm Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Sarah Walker presents the ?rst of four programmes
from this year?s Schwetzingen Chamber Music Festival,
given in the south-west German town in the spring.
Beethoven Horn Sonata in F, Op 17
Katerina Javurkova (horn), Wataru Hisasue (piano)
Mozart String Quintet in G minor, K516
Armida Quartet, Laurent Marfaing (viola)
Machaut Gloria (Messe de Notre Dame)
Graindelavoix
2.00 Afternoon Concert
Tom McKinney presents more performances by
the BBC Philharmonic. The programme has an
ornithological theme, including UK premieres
from Sweden and Finland, as well as featuring the
UK premiere of a work by this week?s Composer of
the Week, Thea Musgrave.
BBC Philharmonic
Respighi The Birds
Andrea Tarrodi Birds of Paradise II
(?rst UK performance)
Sibelius Scene with Cranes
Minna Leinonen The Raven (?rst UK performance)
Rautavaara Cantus arcticus
Conductor Anna-Maria Helsing
3.00 Saint-Sa雗s Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor
Louis Lortie (piano), conductor Edward Gardner
3.25 Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
Conductor Andrew Litton
3.35 Foulds Sicilian Aubade
Conductor Ben Gernon
BBC 6 Music
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7.00am Shaun Keaveny With scientist Brian Cox.
10.00 Lauren Laverne New music.
1.00pm Stuart Maconie Stuart presents solo.
4.00 Steve Lamacq New music and guests.
7.00 Marc Riley
Echo and the Bunnymen perform new material.
9.00 Gideon Coe BBC archive performances.
12.00 6 Music Recommends
1.00am Jerry Wexler ? Soul Man 3/3. 1999 series
presented by John Peel. 2.00 The Look of Love ?
the Story of the New Romantics 2/7. Shef?eld acts
the Human League, ABC and Heaven 17. From 2001.
2.30 Live Hour 1979 performances by Ian Hunter and
Def Leppard. 3.30 Jukebox 5.00 Chris Hawkins
Absolute Radio
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6.00am Dave Berry 10.00 Leona Graham
1.00pm Ben Burrell 4.00 Bush and Richie
7.00 Absolute Radio?s Tenth Birthday Party (R)
10.00 Pete Donaldson 1.00am Chris Martin
3.40 Thea Musgrave
Songs for Spring (?rst UK performance)
Ashley Riches (baritone), conductor Clark Rundell
3.55 Elgar Symphony No 1 in A ?at
Conductor Juanjo Mena
5.00 In Tune
Music, chat, news from the arts world and guests,
including live studio performances.
7.00 In Tune Mixtape
A specially curated playlist, featuring favourites,
lesser-known gems and a few surprises.
7.30 Radio 3 in Concert
Ian Skelly introduces a concert given on Sunday at
the Royal Festival Hall on London?s South Bank.
The theme of love is explored by Wagner and
Schoenberg in two seminal works. Bruckner?s
symphony is a musical monument to Wagner,
written in anticipation of his death.
Philharmonia Orchestra,
conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
Wagner Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde)
Schoenberg Verkl鋜te Nacht
8.20 Interval
8.40 Bruckner Symphony No 7 in E
10.00 Free Thinking
Rethinking India?s Connections with the Wider
World. Rana Mitter is joined by Amit Chaudhuri,
Sandeep Parmar, Ramachandra Guha and Indrajit
Roy to look at the parallels between politics and
poetry in India and developments on other
continents. Producer Zahid Warley
10.45 The Essay: Music of the Spheres
2/5. The Sound of the Moon. Stuart Clark
continues his exploration of the music of the spheres,
tracing the history of the theory and asking
whether it stretched the imagination any more
than the current theory of dark matter does today.
11.00 Late Junction
A focus on the music of insects, including ?eld
recordings of bugs from the middle of the Borneo
jungle, the sound of cicadas from the avant garde
experimentations of Pauline Oliveros, and the
vibrations of Japanese crickets. Plus sonic
discoveries from along the latitudinal line of the
Arctic Circle, and the acoustic music of Phillip Henry.
12.30am Through the Night
Presented by Catriona Young.
Peteris Vasks Distant Light: Concerto for violin and strings
Bach Sarabande (Solo Violin Partita No 2 in D minor,
BWV1006) Shostakovich Symphony No 8 Vadim
Gluzman (violin), Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra,
conductor Hannu Lintu 2.14 Rautavaara Cello
Concerto No 1 2.31 Beethoven Diabelli Variations
3.28 Boccherini Minuet (String Quintet in E, G275)
3.33 JCF Bach Sinfonia in D minor
3.42 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 in D ?at
3.49 Vivaldi Concerto in D minor, RV565 (L?estro
armonico) 3.59 Tchaikovsky Capriccio italien
4.15 Stanford Eternal Father 4.22 Litoff Scherzo
(Concerto symphonique No 4) 4.31 Sibelius Finlandia
4.40 Kajanus Aino 4.55 Stenhammar Ithaka
5.05 Telemann Overture-Suite in G minor, TWV55:G10
(Burlesque de Quixotte) 5.25 Mozart Divertimento in
D, K205 5.43 Hartmann Fantasiest點ke, Op 54
5.59 Schubert Symphony No 5 in B ?at
Classic FM
99.9?101.9 FM DAB classicfm.com
Freeview 731 Freesat 721 Sky 0106 Virgin 922
6.00am More Music Breakfast
9.00 John Suchet Popular classical works.
1.00pm Anne-Marie Minhall
5.00 John Brunning Classic FM favourites.
7.00 Smooth Classics With John Brunning.
8.00 The Full Works Concert With Jane Jones.
Tchaikovsky Suite: The Nutcracker
Academy of St Martin in the Fields,
a
conductor Neville Marriner Bach Partita No 3 in
A minor, BWV827 Piotr Anderszewski (piano)
Mozart Andante in C, K315 Juliette Bausor (?ute),
Royal Northern Sinfonia, conductor Jaime Martin
Rachmaninov Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 19
Mischa Maisky (cello), Sergio Tiempo (piano)
Enescu Andantino Romanian National Radio
Orchestra, conductor Horia Andreescu Schubert
Five German Dances, D89 Budapest Festival
Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer Rameau Danse
du grande calumet de la paix (Les Indes galantes)
Les Musiciens du Louvre, conductor Marc Minkowski
10.00 Smooth Classics 1.00am Sam Pittis
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For national frequencies see p141
Freeview 704 Freesat 704 (FM) 710 (LW)
Sky 0104 (FM) 0143 (LW) Virgin 904 (FM) 911 (LW)
News, weather and shipping forecasts as yesterday;
no weather at 5.57am
6.00 Today
With Martha Kearney and Mishal Husain.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Lucy Winkett.
9.00 The Anatomy of Loneliness
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald Shortened repeat 9.30pm
9.45 FM Book of the Week: Erebus
2/5. By Michael Palin. Leading the expedition
to the Northwest Passage is John Franklin,
with Captain Crozier and Lieutenant Fitzjames
in support. Back on dry land Franklin?s wife
Jane emerges as an ever-present ?gure as
the story unfolds. Read by the author.
For details see yesterday Repeated 12.30am
9.45 LW Daily Service
Led by Mark Coffey. Come, Ye Thankful People,
Come (St George?s Windsor). John 6, vv24?29.
Praise, O Praise the Lord of Harvest (Thiman).
For the Fruits of His Creation (East Acklam).
10.00 Woman?s Hour With Jane Garvey.
10.45 Maya Angelou: Singin? and Swingin?
and Gettin? Merry like Christmas 2/5
The 15-Minute Drama.
For details see drama repeat 7.45pm
11.00 The Sisters of the Sacred
Salamander
How Mexican nuns ? the Sisters of Immaculate
Health ? are helping to save the axolotl, an
endangered amphibian able to regrow lost limbs
and other body parts, and a key ingredient in
an ancient Mexican remedy for illnesses.
Victoria Gill and Gerardo Garcia (of Chester
Zoo) investigate. Producer Andrew Luck-Baker
11.30 Sound Lines
4/4. The Arctic Circle. Verity Sharp listens
to the music of the world in a different way,
ending with the Arctic Circle. She hears from
Siberian electronic musician Roman
Kravchenko, Norwegian noise musician Lasse
Marhaug, and Christine Tootoo, who lives in
the Nunavut territory of northern Canada.
Producer Chris Elcombe Repeated Saturday 3.30pm
7.00 The Archers
7/40. 2 October 1918 ? Hilary Pearce.
First World War-set drama by Katie Hims.
Former secretary and now town councillor
Hilary sees how those with old money are
eligible for certain perks.
Freddie?s behaviour causes concern, and
Josh spreads some news.
Hilary
Craige Els Walter
Forrester
Nigel Hastings Norman
Gabriel Michael Bertenshaw
Sean Murray
Sean Baker
Director Ciaran Bermingham
12.15 Call You and Yours Consumer affairs.
1.00 The World at One With Sarah Montague.
1.45 Could Do Better
2/5. First Day. Lucy Kellaway has her ?rst
day at her new school in east London.
For details see yesterday
2.00 The Archers Rptd from yesterday 7pm
2.15 Drama: The Truth about Anna
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7.15 Front Row
News and sport as yesterday
John Wilson is at Cambridge?s West Road
Concert Hall where the winner of the
National Short Story Award will be
announced. Producer Dymphna Flynn
7.45 Maya Angelou: Singin? and Swingin?
and Gettin? Merry like Christmas
2/5. Maya gets a job as a dancer in a strip
bar. As the ?rst black dancer they?ve
employed, she doesn?t have to strip but she
does have to induce the punters to buy
fraudulent drinks in return for her company.
For cast and details see yesterday Rptd from 10.45am
8.00 File on 4
2/2. Thriller by Michael Butt, inspired by a true
story about a group of radical environmental
activists who plan to blow up a dam in
California. In this concluding episode, the
clock turns back, and the story unfolds again,
this time from the perspective of the FBI.
3/10. Transforming Care ? Is it Working?
After the events of Winterbourne View, the
Government pledged to transfer people with
learning disabilities out of hospital settings.
Seven years on, has enough changed? Lucy
Adams reports. Producer Rob Cave Rptd Sun 5pm
Anna
Greg
Angela
Melissa
Al
Peter White with news and information for
the blind and partially sighted.
Julianna Jennings
Philip Desmeules
Jammy Kasongo
Gillian Saker
Jared Zeus
Jackson
Nathan Osgood
Shelley
Laurel Lefkow
Night watchman Trevor White
Receptionist
Lorna Nickson-Brown
8.40 In Touch
9.00 Inside Health
Producer Emma Hearn; Director Carl Prekopp (R)
With Dr Mark Porter. Repeated tomorrow 3.30pm
3.00 The Kitchen Cabinet
9.30 The Anatomy of Loneliness
Repeated from Saturday 10.30am
Shortened repeat from 9am
3.30 Costing the Earth
10.00 The World Tonight
Electric Dreams. Is the time ?nally right to
buy an electric car? Peter Gibbs has just
taken the plunge and reveals his thoughts on
his ?rst road trip.
10.45 Book at Bedtime: The Silence of
the Girls
Producer Alasdair Cross Repeated tomorrow 9pm
4.00 Word of Mouth
4/7. Multicultural London English. Michael
Rosen and Dr Laura Wright talk Multicultural
London English (MLE) with Somali-born
journalist Ismail Einashe. Producer Sally Heaven
4.30 A Good Read
New series. Harriett Gilbert?s programme
discussing favourite books returns. She is
joined by writers Nikesh Shukla and Leone
Ross, and the three books they have all read
are transitioned boxer Thomas Page McBee?s
memoir Amateur; Jean Toomer?s largely
forgotten African-American work Cane; and
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy.
Producer James Cook and Eliza Lomas Rptd Friday 11pm
5.00 PM News headlines.
6.00 Six o?Clock News
6.30 Start/Stop
6/6. Friends. By Jack Docherty. Fiona wants
Evan to invest in her new business. Barney is
suspiciously nice to Cathy.
Barney
Cathy
Evan
Jack Docherty Fiona
Kerry Godliman David
John Thomson Alice
Presented by Ritula Shah.
7/10. Brutal retelling of Homer?s Iliad by Pat
Barker. Furious and insulted, Achilles continues
his refusal to ?ght. But his friend Patroclus,
also a gifted soldier, comes up with a plan.
Read by Nadine Marshall and Colin Salmon.
For details see yesterday
11.00 Josie Long: Romance and
Adventure
1/4. Sitcom written by and starring Josie
Long about a young woman trying to build a
more ful?lling life for herself in Glasgow.
Josie arrives at Queen Street Station and
begins to think she has made a big mistake.
Josie
Darren
Roddy
Kerry
Josie Long
Darren Osborne
Sanjeev Kohli
Hatty Ashdown
Eleanor
Chris
Mona
Fraser
Clare Grogan
Michael Bertenshaw
Rebecca Hamilton
Chris Pavlo
Producer Colin Anderson
11.30 Beyond Belief
Fiona Allen
Charlie Higson
Laura Aikman
Producer Claire Jones (R)
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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6.00am Detective as 8pm
6.30 Performing to the Red Light as 8.30pm
7.00 Second Thoughts 1989 comedy (4/8)
7.30 Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones! Comedy (5/6)
8.00 The Small, Intricate Life of Gerald C Potter
8.30 The Men from the Ministry 1980 comedy
9.00 The News Quiz Extra Panel show (5/8)
9.45 Hearing with Hegley 1998 comedy (6/8)
10.00 The Saint Series of three Simon Templar
thrillers, starting with Leslie Charteris?s The Saint
Overboard ? a 1936 tale of sunken treasure. With
Paul Rhys and Patsy Kensit. From 1995
11.00 Beggars Banquet as 9pm
11.15 Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk as 9.15pm
12.00 The Small, Intricate Life of Gerald C Potter
12.30pm The Men from the Ministry Comedy
1.00 Detective as 8pm
1.30 Performing to the Red Light as 8.30pm
2.00 The Bottle Imp By Robert Louis Stevenson (2/5)
2.15 The Making of Music (22/30)
2.30 Not Me, But Us By Maggie Allen (7/10)
2.45 Olivier Toby Jones reads Philip Ziegler?s
biography of actor and director Laurence Olivier
(1907?89), based on private letters and diaries (2/5)
3.00 The Saint as 10am
4.00 Dilemma With Sue Perkins (5/6)
4.30 Ballylenon Comedy with TP McKenna (5/6)
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Ernie Rea and guests Eleanor Nesbitt, Jon
Kuhrt and Andrew Skilton discuss whether it
is a religious duty to give to people who are
begging. Producer Rosie Dawson (R)
12.00 News
12.30?12.45am Book of the Week:
Erebus 2/5. Repeated from 9.45am
1.00 as BBC World Service
BBC World Service
5.00 Second Thoughts 1989 comedy (4/8)
5.30 Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones! (5/6)
6.00 The Blade of the Poisoner Sci-fi fantasy (2/4)
6.30 My Life in Five Songs With Judy Collins
7.00 The Small, Intricate Life of Gerald C Potter
7.30 The Men from the Ministry Comedy (1/14)
8.00 Detective Robert Barr?s crime drama
Detective, starring Ray Brooks as Det Sgt Brook
and Stephen Garlick as Det Con Tully. From 1985
8.30 Performing to the Red Light Terence
Curran on the dif?culties for classical musicians in
performing in a recording studio for the first time (2/2)
9.00 Beggars Banquet James MacPherson
reads Ian Rankin?s 1994 Inspector Rebus mystery
Facing the Music, about a perplexing robbery at an
Edinburgh music shop (1/2)
9.15 Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk Dramatisation
by Marty Ross of Nikolai Leskov?s 1865 novella. The
life of a young woman trapped in a loveless marriage
in 19th-century Russia is transformed by the arrival
of a handsome philanderer. With Rochenda Sandall
10.00 ?12.00 Comedy Club: Thanks a Lot,
Milton Jones! (5/6), at 10.30 Think the
Unthinkable (1/6), at 11.00 ElvenQuest (4/6),
at 11.30 The Maltby Collection (4/6)
12.00 as 6pm 12.30am as 6.30pm 1.00 as 8pm
1.30 as 8.30pm 2.00 as 2pm 2.15 as 2.15pm 2.30
as 2.30pm 2.45 as 2.45pm 3.00 as 3pm 4.00 as
4pm 4.30 as 4.30pm 5.00 as 5pm 5.30 as 5.30pm
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6.00 Newsday 8.30 Business Daily 8.50 Witness
9.00 News 9.05 The Forum 9.50 Sporting
Witness 10.00 World Update 11.00 The Newsroom
11.30 CHOICE: In the Studio: Conserving the
Works of the Van Gogh Museum 12.00 News
12.05pm Outlook 1.00 The Newsroom 1.30 The
Documentary: investigating global developments,
issues and affairs 2.00 Newshour 3.00 News
3.05 BBC World Hacks 3.30 World Business
Report 4.00 BBC OS 6.00 News 6.05 Outlook
7.00 The Newsroom 7.30 Sport Today: Global
round-up 8.00 News 8.05 BBC World Hacks
8.30 Click: technological news 9.00 Newshour:
the stories behind the latest headlines 10.00 News
10.05 The Documentary: investigating global
developments, issues and affairs 10.30 CHOICE: In
the Studio: Conserving the Works of the Van Gogh
Museum 11.00 News 11.05 The Newsroom 11.20
Sports News 11.30 World Business Report: informed
analysis 12.00 News 12.05am The Forum 12.50
Sporting Witness 1.00 News 1.05 Business Matters
2.00 News 2.05 The Newsroom 2.30 The
Documentary: global developments, issues and
affairs 3.00 News 3.05 Hardtalk: Interviews
3.30 The Compass 4.00 News 4.05 Outlook
5.00am Morning Reports
With news, sport and business.
5.15 Wake Up to Money
Financial news stories.
6.00 5 Live Breakfast
Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden
present news from the UK and
around the world, including
business, travel updates and the
day?s sports stories. Including Your
Call at 9.00 with Nicky Campbell.
10.00 Anna Foster
Anna presents original journalism
and surprising news stories.
1.00pm Afternoon Edition
Nihal Arthanayake presents the
latest news and sport, engaging
stories and conversation, plus
big-name interviews and features.
4.00 5 Live Drive
Sarah Brett and Tony Livesey with
news, sport and topical interviews.
5.30 5 Live Sport
Kelly Cates presents build-up
to the Champions League matches
Hoffenheim v Manchester City
and Manchester United v Valencia,
with live commentary on the
former starting at 6.00, from the
Rhein-Neckar-Arena in
Baden-W黵ttemberg, Germany.
Commentary on Manchester
United v Valencia starts at
8.00, from Old Trafford.
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10.30 Phil Williams
Phil Williams with the latest news
and sport, speculation on tomorrow?s
headlines and listeners? emails,
texts and tweets.
1.00am Up All Night
Rhod Sharp with the latest
international news.
Radio
New series. 1/3. Following last night?s
results of the BBC Loneliness Experiment,
Claudia Hammond looks at possible solutions
in tackling loneliness. She is joined by
Professors Pam Qualter, Christine Victor and
Manuela Barreto, who devised the survey.
12.04pm Home Front
Tuesday
5.30am News Brie?ng
5.43 Prayer for the Day
With Canon Patrick Thomas, Vicar of Christ
Church in Carmarthen.
5.45 Farming Today
5.58 Tweet of the Day
Little Egret. With Miranda Krestovnikoff. (R)
BBC Radio 5 Live
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Presented by Alan Brazil.
10.00 Jim White
1.00pm Hawksbee and Jacobs
4.00 Adrian Durham and
Darren Gough Footballing news.
7.00 Kick-Off
Natalie Sawyer with Champions
League commentary on
Hoffenheim v Manchester City
(5.55 kick-off).
10.00 Sports Bar
1.00am Extra Time
Presented by Adam Catterall.
LBC
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7.00am Nick Ferrari
10.00 James O?Brien
1.00pm Shelagh Fogarty
4.00 Eddie Mair
6.00 Nigel Farage
7.00 Iain Dale
In-depth news coverage.
10.00 Tom Swarbrick Pacy and
unpredictable topical show.
1.00am Darren Adam
4.00 Ian Payne The day?s events.
Asian Network
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F?view 709 F?sat 709 Sky 0119 Virgin 912
6.00am Harpz Kaur
10.00 Asian Network?s Big Debate
12.30pm Asian Network Reports
News from the UK and South Asia.
1.00 Noreen Khan
Desi music, retro hits and guests,.
4.00 Yasser New, unsigned and
underground British-Asian music.
7.00 Bobby Friction
10.00 Mobeen Azhar
12.00 Asian Network Playlists
1.00am as 1Xtra
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News and weather as Monday
6.30am Greg James
10.00 Clara Amfo
1.00pm Scott Mills
4.00 Nick Grimshaw
7.00 Radio 1?s Future Sounds
6.30am Breakfast With Petroc Trelawny.
9.00 Essential Classics With Suzy Klein.
Presented by Annie Mac.
9.00 The 8th with Charlie Sloth
11.00 Radio 1?s Indie Show
1.00am Benji B
3.00 Radio 1 Comedy ? Niki and
Sammy?s Peachy Podcast
4.00 Jordan North
1Xtra
Radio
DAB bbc.co.uk/1xtra
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The Sound Odyssey
9.00am Radio 4
Charlotte Church (above) has
been busy in the decade since
her Channel 4 chat show came
to an end. From quietly
releasing new music to taking
up political causes, the
classically-trained Welsh
soprano turned pop star has
never been afraid to reinvent
herself. So it?s no wonder that
this episode of Gemma
Cairney?s four-part series ?nds
Church eager to record a song
with a polyphonic choir in the
city of Kutaisi, Georgia. ?It?s
almost painful that it?s so
beautiful,? she explains of her
love for Georgian folk music.
This melancholia is underscored
by the fact that 2018 also marks
ten years since the country?s
short, brutal war with Russia.
The juxtaposition makes for an
astute documentary on the
impact music can have on
national and individual identity.
TOM GOULDING
Ken Cheng: Chinese
Comedian
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The late-night comedy slot is a
tough gig for a newcomer ? you
have 15 minutes to introduce
yourself and then get some
decent gags in, too. Ken Cheng,
the Chinese comedian, handles
the ?rst task wittily by
deconstructing the ?does what
it says on the tin? title of the
show ? carefully explaining he?s
not Phil Wang, the Malaysian
comedian. As for the second
bit? I found a lot of Cheng?s
routine about the stereotype of
Chinese educational success a
bit stilted. Not quite A*. Though
his comparison between
parents paying for their children
to go to private school and
people playing Candy Crush is
inspired. DAVID CRAWFORD
6.00am Dotty 10.00 Ace
1.00pm Yasmin Evans
4.00 MistaJam
7.00 DJ Target
9.00 The 8th with Charlie Sloth
11.00 1Xtra Residency
1.00am Benji B Future beats.
3.00 1Xtra Playlists
4.00 1Xtra Residency
9.30 Listeners? suggestions for the playlist.
10.10 Time Traveller A slice of cultural history.
10.50 This week?s guest is John Simpson.
11.30 Slow Moment A musical contemplation.
12.00 Composer of the Week: Thea Musgrave
3/5. Teaching. Apart from Harrison Birtwistle, Thea
Musgrave has written more operas than any other
living British composer. Their subjects include
Mary, Queen of Scots, American abolitionist
Harriet Tubman, and Sim髇 Bol韛ar. Today, Donald
Macleod asks about her operas and also about her
teaching. Would she actively encourage someone
to be a composer?
The Peace Chorus (Mary Queen of Scots, Act 1)
Ashley Putnam (soprano), Jon Garrison (tenor),
Jake Gardner (baritone), Virginia Opera
Association, conductor Peter Mark
The Seasons Scottish Chamber Orchestra,
conductor Nicholas Kraemer
Helios: Concerto for oboe and orchestra
Nicholas Daniel, Scottish Chamber Orchestra,
conductor Nicholas Kraemer
See also 3.15pm
1.00pm Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
News and weather as Monday
Sarah Walker presents further highlights from this
year?s Schwetzingen Festival.
Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667 (Trout)
Andrei Obiso (violin), Katarzyna Budnik-Galazka
(viola), Bruno Phillippe (cello), Wies de Boeve
(bass), Wataru Hisasue (piano)
Rossi Toccata VII
Davis Blue in Green
Calefax Reed Quintet, Eric Vloiemans (trumpet)
5.00am Vanessa Feltz
2.00 Afternoon Concert
BBC Radio 2
88?90.2 FM DAB bbc.co.uk/radio2
F?view* 702 F?sat 702 Sky 0102 Virgin 902
6.30 Chris Evans
Hits, oldies, chat, travel updates
and phone-in discussions with
eager listeners.
9.30 Ken Bruce
Including after 11.30 Tracks of
My Years, with Adrian
Edmondson discussing favourite
recordings by the Bonzo Dog
Doo-Dah Band and Elton John.
12.00 Jeremy Vine
Topical phone-in show featuring
people in the news.
2.00pm Steve Wright
With music and big-name guests.
5.00 Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo
8.00 The Folk Show with
Mark Radcliffe
Traditional and contemporary folk
and acoustic music from here and
abroad, broadcast live from Salford
Quays with studio sessions.
9.00 Norman Cook ? You?ve
Come a Long Way, Baby
1/2. Musician, DJ and producer
Norman Cook tells the story of his
signature multi-platinum-selling
album You?ve Come a Long Way,
Baby, released in 1998 and
featuring the four UK top tens
The Rockafeller Skank, Gangster
Tripping, the number-one Praise
You and Right Here, Right Now.
Cook eschews a traditional
documentary approach, instead
using 57 samples of classic rock
and pop, classical, folk, hip-hop
and soul. The programmes explore
how the seemingly disparate and
classic sounds of John Barry, Lulu,
the Just Brothers and the Animals
shaped one of the signature albums
of the 1990s. Originally scheduled
for broadcast last month.
Producer Joe Haddow
10.00 Sara Cox
12.00 Geoff Lloyd
3.00am Pick of the Pops
Paul Gambaccini counts down wildly
contrasting pop charts from this
week in 1975 and 1995. (R)
( Guide to Films 2018
Tom McKinney introduces more performances
by the BBC Philharmonic, beginning with a
concert direct from Salford.
Mozart Overture, Don Giovanni; Exsultate,
jubilate, K165
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
Fatma Said (soprano), conductor Omer Meir Wellber
3.00 Saint-Sa雗s Rhapsody d?Auvergne
Louis Lortie (piano), conductor Edward Gardner
3.15 Thea Musgrave Song of the Enchanter
Conductor Clark Rundell
n
3.30 Choral Evensong
Choral Vespers from the Porziuncola in Santa
Maria degli Angeli, Assisi, Italy, with the
n
Kantos Chamber Choir. Introit: Beatus Franciscus
(Aliseda). Hymn: In caelesti collegio Franciscus
(Plainchant). Psalms 113, 146 (Plainchant). Anthem:
Justorum animae (Byrd). Antiphon: Sicut cervus
(Palestrina). Magni?cat quinti toni a 4 (Palestrina).
Pater noster (Plainchant). Marian Antiphon: Salve
regina (Palestrina). Hymn: All Creatures of Our
God and King (Lasst uns Erfreuen). Voluntary:
Ave maris stella (Rodio). Conductor Ellie Slorach.
Organist Andrew Earis. Repeated Sunday 3pm
BBC 6 Music
4.30 New Generation Artists
Schubert Impromptu in F minor, D935 No 4
Mariam Batsahvili (piano)
Elgar Sea Slumber; In Haven; Where Corals Lie;
Sabbath Morning at Sea (Sea Pictures)
Claire Liddell Comin? through the Rye
Catriona Morison (mezzo), Malcolm Martineau (piano).
5.00 In Tune
Music, chat, and news from the arts world.
7.00 In Tune Mixtape
A nonstop sequence of music.
7.30 Radio 3 in Concert
Martin Handley presents the opening
concert of the Bournemouth Symphony
n
Orchestra?s season from the Lighthouse in Poole,
featuring works by Mahler and Ligeti.
Lise Lindstrom (soprano), Nadine Weissmann
(mezzo), Bournemouth Symphony Chorus and
Orchestra, conductor Kirill Karabits
Ligeti Lontano
Mahler Symphony No 2 (Resurrection)
10.00 Free Thinking
Sarah Perry, Spookiness and Fear. Matthew
Sweet talks to Sarah Perry about her new novel,
Melmoth, inspired by a gothic novel published in
1920 by Irish writer and cleric Charles Maturin. His
Melmoth the Wanderer imagined a scholar selling
his soul to the devil to live 150 years longer. Perry?s
version begins in Prague with a female scholar
who feels she is being watched. And Roger
Luckhurst revisits the 1968 ?lms Rosemary?s Baby
and Night of the Living Dead.
10.45 The Essay: Music of the Spheres
3/5. Our Inner Music. Stuart Clark continues his
re?ections on the music of the spheres ? the idea
that music holds the key to understanding the
universe. As well as having the power to move us,
could music control every aspect of our being?
11.00 Late Junction
Verity Sharp introduces music from Tesselation IV
by the Make Project, electronic thoughts from the
80s and 90s courtesy of American composer Carl
Stone, and sounds from Karine Polwart and Inge
Thompson?s new album.
12.30am Through the Night With Catriona Young.
Rameau A concert of overtures, dances and airs from
the operas. Anders J Dahlin (tenor), Alain Buet (bass),
Les Ambassadeurs, conductor Alexis Kossenko
1.51 Bach Solo Violin Sonata No 3 in C, BWV1005
2.15 CPE Bach Harpsichord Sonata in G minor, Wq65 No 17
2.31 Brahms Symphony No 3 in F
3.07 Ravel String Quartet in F
3.35 Van Bree Le Bandit 3.43 Bach Prelude and
Fugue in C sharp (Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1)
3.47 Sweelinck Regina coeli 3.53 Beethoven
Overture: Leonore No 1 4.02 Mozart Rondo in C, K373
4.08 Kalliwoda Morceau de salon, Op 228
4.18 Maliszewski Festive Overture 4.31 Gluck Dance
of the Blessed Spirits (Orph閑 et Eurydice)
4.38 Duru?� Four Motets on Gregorian Themes
4.46 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K545
4.57 Brahms Tragic Overture 5.12 Van Gilse String
Quartet 5.22 Janacek Taras Bulba 5.47 Rameau La
Poule 5.53 Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
6.19 Chopin Four Mazurkas, Op 33 (R)
Classic FM
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7.00am Shaun Keaveny Indie music.
10.00 Lauren Laverne With Brighton trio Our Girl.
1.00pm Stuart Maconie Martin Moscrop and Jez
6.00am More Music Breakfast
9.00 John Suchet Including Hall of Fame Hour.
1.00pm Anne-Marie Minhall Requests.
5.00 John Brunning Classic FM favourites.
7.00 Smooth Classics With John Brunning.
8.00 The Full Works Concert With Jane Jones.
Kerr (of A Certain Ratio) discuss their new music.
4.00 Steve Lamacq Merseyside singer/songwriter
She Drew The Gun (Louisa Roach) performs.
7.00 Marc Riley Bill Ryder performs new material.
9.00 Gideon Coe BBC archive live performances.
12.00 6 Music Recommends
1.00am Motorcity Blues Pete Mitchell on Detroit?s
musical legacy. From 2009. 2.00 The Look of Love
? the Story of the New Romantics 3/7. 2.30 Live
Hour 3.30 Jukebox 5.00 Chris Hawkins
Absolute Radio
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6.00am Dave Berry 10.00 Leona Graham 1.00pm
Ben Burrell Hard rock, indie pop and everything in
between, from Video Killed the Radio Star to Radiohead.
4.00 Bush and Richie 7.00 Danielle Perry 10.00
Pete Donaldson 1.00am Chris Martin
Wagner Prelude: The Mastersingers of
Nuremberg Hall�, conductor Mark Elder
Albinoni Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2
Chris Hooker (oboe), City of London Sinfonia,
conductor Andrew Watkinson Ludovico Einaudi
Divenire Ludovico Einaudi (piano), Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Robert
Ziegler Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From
the New World) London Symphony Orchestra,
conductor Colin Davis Mozart Soave sia il vento
(Cos� fan tutte) Andreas Ottensamer, Daniel
Ottensamer and Ernst Ottensamer (clarinets),
Vienna Virtuosen Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D
Borodin String Quartet
10.00 Smooth Classics With Margherita Taylor.
1.00am Sam Pittis
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News, weather and shipping forecasts as Monday;
no weather at 5.57am
5.30am News Brie?ng
5.43 Prayer for the Day
With Canon Patrick Thomas, Vicar of Christ
Church in Carmarthen.
5.45 Farming Today
5.58 Tweet of the Day
Oystercatcher. With Michaela Strachan. (R)
6.00 Today
With Mishal Husain and Nick Robinson.
9.00 The Sound Odyssey
4/4. Charlotte Church Travels to
Georgia. Gemma Cairney takes British
a
artists to countries they have not visited to
Producer Jax Coombes Repeated 9.30pm
9.30 The Questionnaire
4/5. Leisure Time. Alan Dein asks ?ve
families searching questions about every
aspect of their lives, continuing by quizzing
them about what they do in their leisure time.
Producer Laurence Grissell and Paul Kobrak (R)
9.45 FM Book of the Week: Erebus
7.15 Front Row
8/40. 3 October 1918 ? Edie Chadwick
Boarding-house owner and romantic ?ction
lover Mrs Edkins returns her latest read to the
library. First World War drama by Katie Hims.
Stig Abell talks to Rowan Atkinson and Ben
Miller, who have reunited in David Kerr?s new
?lm Johnny English Strikes Again.
Edie
Kathryn Beaumont Dylis
Mrs Edkins
Rachel Davies Marion
Mr Snook
Dominic Mafham
For details see Monday
12.15 You and Yours Consumer reports.
1.00 The World at One
With Sarah Montague.
1.45 Could Do Better
3/5. The Half-Term Wobble. As the trainees
reach half-term, Lucy Kellaway ?nds out how
they are adapting from being professional
high-?yers to bottom of the pecking order.
For details see Monday
2.00 The Archers Repeated from yesterday 7pm
2.15 Drama: Brief Lives
Frank Twist and Sarah Gold tackle another
legal case in Manchester. Today they have
been called in to represent clients involved in
a cold case investigation that has been
reignited by some newly discovered DNA.
Frank
Sarah
Lucy
Dominic
David Scho?eld Ben
Samuel Holland
Sally Dexter DS Anderson
Gillian Kearney
Russell Richardson
Reece Dinsdale Franny
Beatrix Baxter
Writers Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly
Producer/Director Gary Brown
3/5. Michael Palin reads from his book
following the mysterious and tragic voyage
of HMS Erebus in 1845. The expedition has
been gone 17 months and some believe that
bad news is due. For details see Monday Rptd 12.30am
3.00 Money Box Live
9.45 LW Daily Service
Repeated from yesterday 9pm
A re?ection on St Francis led by the Rev
Sharon Grenham-Thompson. Introit: Sicut
Cervus (Palestrina). For the Beauty of the
Earth (Lucerna Laudoniae). Gaelic Blessing
(Rutter). Great Is Thy Faithfulness. Kantos
Chamber Choir, director Ellie Slorach.
10.00 Woman?s Hour With Jenni Murray.
10.41 Singin? and Swingin? and Gettin?
Merry like Christmas
3/5. The 15-Minute Drama. See drama rpt 7.45pm
10.55 The Listening Project
Brothers Jaf and Faz re?ect on the resilience
of their parents, who left Bangladesh to build
a new life in England. Presented by Fi Glover.
11.00 All in the Mind: Loneliness Results
Repeated from Monday 8pm
11.30 Zoe Lyons: Passport Paddy
2/2. The Present. Amid the current chaos
surrounding Brexit, Zoe Lyons grabs a new Irish
passport and explores the country?s history
and identity. Today, she asks what it means to
belong somewhere in such tumultuous times,
and finds out whether the motherland welcomes
her back into the fold with open arms.
Producer Lianne Coop
Ellie Piercy
Laura Elphinstone
Financial questions answered.
PHONE: 0370 010 0444 Lines open from 1pm to 3.30pm
EMAIL: moneybox@bbc.co.uk
3.30 Inside Health
4.00 Thinking Allowed
News and sport as Monday
7.45 Maya Angelou: Singin? and Swingin?
and Gettin? Merry like Christmas
5.00am Morning Reports
With news, sport and business.
5.15 Wake Up to Money
Financial news stories and reports
from the business world.
6.00 5 Live Breakfast
Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden
present news from the UK and
around the world, including
business, travel updates and the
day?s sports stories. At 9.00 Your
Call, Nicky Campbell invites
listeners? calls on the day?s big story.
10.00 Anna Foster
Original journalism and
surprising news stories.
1.00pm Afternoon Edition
Nihal Arthanayake presents the
latest news and sport, engaging
stories and conversation, plus
big-name interviews and features.
4.00 5 Live Drive
Sarah Brett and Tony Livesey with
news, sport and topical interviews.
7.00 5 Live Sport
Mark Chapman presents sports
news and Uefa Champions League
football, including a preview of
Napoli v Liverpool and build-up to
Tottenham Hotspur v Barcelona,
with live commentary on the
match starting at 8.00, from
Wembley Stadium, with updates
from Napoli v Liverpool.
Sport: page 35
10.30 Phil Williams
The big stories of the day, plus the
latest news and sport and a look
ahead to what is expected to be
making the headlines tomorrow.
1.00am Up All Night
Rhod Sharp with the latest
international news.
3/5. Dramatisation of Maya Angelou?s 1976
autobiography. Maya begins her singing
career at the Purple Onion, where she meets
the cast of Porgy and Bess. She auditions for
the company, with the prospect of a world
tour. For cast and details see Mon Rptd from 10.41am
8.00 The Public Philosopher
In front of a live audience at St Paul?s
Cathedral, Harvard philosopher Michael
Sandel asks whether globalisation and
deepening inequality have eroded the bonds
that hold communities together. Should we
aspire to be citizens of the world? Or is a
citizen of the world a citizen of nowhere?
Producer Tim Mansel (R)
8.45 Four Thought
2/4. The Last Poets reveal the motivation
behind the collective?s work and why they feel
their message about black empowerment is
as relevant today as it was in 1968.
Producer Peter Snowdon
9.00 Costing the Earth
Repeated from yesterday 3.30pm
9.30 The Sound Odyssey Rptd from 9am
10.00 The World Tonight With Ritula Shah.
10.45 Book at Bedtime: The Silence of
the Girls
8/10. By Pat Barker. Achilles has returned to
the battle?eld of Troy and killed Hector in
revenge for the death of Patroclus. Read by
Nadine Marshall and Colin Salmon.
For details see Monday
Producer Jayne Egerton Repeated Sunday 12.15am
11.15 Litter from America: Kwame Kwei
Armah
Topical show about all forms of media
presented by Amol Rajan.
5.00 PM News headlines.
6.00 Six o?Clock News
6.30 Rob Newman?s Total Eclipse of
Descartes
4/4. In the ?nal episode of the series, the
comedian tackles some of history?s thorniest
thought experiments, including the
celebrated Shakespeare-typing monkey.
Producer Jonathan Harvey
7.00 The Archers
There is a shock for Fallon and Christine
offers some advice.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow 2pm
BBC Radio 4 Extra
DAB bbc.co.uk/radio4extra
Freeview 708 Freesat 708 Sky 0131 Virgin 910
6.00am Detective as 8pm
6.30 Put Your Hands Together as 8.30pm
7.00 Dry Slopes Comedy with Nick Ball (4/4)
7.30 Rob Newman?s Total Eclipse of Descartes
8.00 The Navy Lark 1963 comedy
8.30 Beyond Our Ken 1958 comedy
9.00 The Unbelievable Truth Panel show (4/6)
9.30 The Secret Life of Rosewood Avenue (5/6)
10.00 The Saint Paul Rhys stars in Leslie Charteris?s
1929 thriller The Saint Closes the Case, involving
villain Dr Rayt Marius and his evil weapon, ?rst
serialised in 1929 (as The Last Hero)
11.00 Beggars Banquet (2/5)
11.15 Spy Nozy and the Poets as 9.15pm
12.00 The Navy Lark 1963 comedy
12.30pm Beyond Our Ken Vintage 1958 comedy
with Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams
1.00 Detective as 8pm
1.30 Put Your Hands Together as 8.30pm
2.00 The Bottle Imp From 2015 (3/5)
2.15 The Making of Music (23/30)
2.30 Not Me, But Us From 2001 (8/10)
2.45 Olivier Read by Toby Jones.
3.00 The Saint Thriller by Leslie Charteris
4.00 The Unbelievable Truth (4/6)
4.30 The Secret Life of Rosewood Avenue (5/6)
5.00 Dry Slopes Comedy with Nick Ball (4/4)
Producer Edwina Pitman
Buttons. How did buttons become so
ubiquitous? Why do people love them, loathe
them, fear them? Rachel Plotnick of Indiana
University traces the origins of push-button
society. She?s joined by literary scholar Steve
Connor and Barbara Speed, opinion editor at
the i newspaper. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
4.30 The Media Show
11.00 Ken Cheng: Chinese Comedian
New series. 1/4. Stand-up series
exploring British Chinese culture, from
a
BBC New Comedy Award ?nalist Ken Cheng.
In this ?rst episode, Ken examines attitudes
towards education. Producer Lyndsay Fenner
3/3. Kwame Kwei Armah takes a walk in
Baltimore, re?ecting on his London childhood
and how the city came to shape his life as a
playwright and an artistic director in his
adopted American home. Producer Peter Curran (R)
11.30 Beyond Belief
Joining Ernie Rea to discuss religion and the
unmarried woman are author Shelina
Janmohamed, journalist Angela Epstein and
former MP Ann Widdecombe. (R)
Ann Widdecombe?s Viewpoint: page 9
12.00 News
12.30?12.45am Book of the Week:
Erebus 3/5. Repeated from 9.45am
1.00 as BBC World Service
BBC World Service
5.30 Rob Newman?s Total Eclipse of Descartes
Comedian Rob Newman gets philosophical. First
broadcast last week on Radio 4 (3/4)
6.00 The Blade of the Poisoner Sci-fi fantasy (3/4)
6.30 How Tickled Am I? Mark Radcliffe
celebrates popular comedians, continuing with
treasured versatile actress Beryl Reid (1919?96)
7.00 The Navy Lark 1963 comedy
7.30 Beyond Our Ken as 12.30pm
8.00 Detective Robert Barr?s crime drama Search
Warrant, involving ?The Sweeney? ?ying squad
8.30 Put Your Hands Together Nick Baker
investigates the meanings and motivations
behind the human desire to clap hands. From 2010
9.00 Beggars Banquet Ian Rankin?s 1994
Inspector Rebus mystery Facing the Music (2/2)
9.15 Spy Nozy and the Poets Bill Nighy, Martin
Clunes, Graeme Garden and John Woodvine star
in a drama by Paul B Davies about the suspicious
behaviour of new residents in a Somerset village
10.00?12.00 Comedy Club: Rob Newman?s
Total Eclipse of Descartes (3/4), at 10.30 The
Sofa of Time From 2002 (2/6), at 11.00 The In
Crowd (1/6), at 11.30 Delve Special (3/4)
12.00 The Blade of the Poisoner as 6pm
12.30am as 6.30pm 1.00 as 8pm 1.30 as 8.30pm
2.00 as 2pm 2.15 as 2.15pm 2.30 as 2.30pm
2.45 as 2.45pm 3.00 as 3pm 4.00 as 4pm
4.30 as 4.30pm 5.00 as 5pm 5.30 as 5.30pm
( Guide to Films 2018
693, 909 MW DAB bbc.co.uk/?velive
F?view 705 F?sat 705 Sky 0105 Virgin 905
Sports Extra F?view 706 F?sat 706
Sky 0144 Virgin 908
DAB bbc.co.uk/worldserviceradio
Freeview* 710 Freesat 711 Sky 0115 Virgin 906
Programmes may differ online, and on Freesat, Sky, and Virgin
5.00am News 5.05 The Newsroom 5.30 Click:
technological news 6.00 Newsday: headlines
8.30 Business Daily 8.50 Witness: reports on
key events in history 9.00 News 9.05 The
Documentary: investigating global developments
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