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Sun 22 Oct

8:55am
Location, Location, Location
Season 25 Episode 4/13

Property duo Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp take their house-hunting expertise to the West Midlands and Shropshire. Kirstie meets Hannah and John Sherlock, who want to downsize and move into Shrewsbury town centre on a budget of £350,000, while in Wolverhampton, Phil is with professional musicians Me'sha and Darren, who are looking to buy their first home together, close to Me'sha's family
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Rating: 3.3
10:00am
Location, Location, Location
Season 25 Episode 5/13

Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp are in south-east London with two couples for whom timing is critical. In and around the Isle of Dogs and Greenwich, Lia and Andrew have saved a big deposit and have a sizeable budget of £600,000 to spend. But, after witnessing the crash of 2008, Andrew is nervous of spending his hard-earned money for fear the market will dip. Lucy and Dan live in a B&B and if they don't find somewhere soon their vintage campervan will become their home. Kirstie shows the couple two potential properties, but the third option creates a reaction she isn't expecting and suddenly the search is thrown up in the air
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Rating: 3.3
11:00am
Location, Location, Location
Season 28 Episode 1/

Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer help two sets of first-time buyers who are struggling to find homes. In Southampton, Jenny and Tom are keen to move out of their cramped rental property and into a house of their own, but they are facing fierce competition and a fast market. Meanwhile, in the New Forest, Georgie and Will are desperate to live together after seven years of being a couple. However, with Will working in Belgium during the week, the pair are finding suitable properties are snapped up before they have even had the chance to view them
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Rating: 3.3
12:00pm
Come Dine with Me
Woking and Weybridge
Season 26 Episode 26/65

In Surrey, five cooks from the Woking and Weybridge area battle to win the culinary contest's £1,000 prize. The first to host is Vincenzo Ferlita, who works in an ice-cream van. Staying true to his Italian and Sicilian roots, he hopes that his wealth of family recipes will impress his guests
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Rating: 5.1
12:35pm
Come Dine with Me
Woking and Weybridge
Season 26 Episode 27/65

Canadian housewife and craft-maker Sarah Maynard is second to play host in the Woking and Weybridge area, and hopes to impress her guests by serving up a three-course Turkish feast. However, the lavish spread needs a lot of preparation time, and she must hope it turns out as presentable as she plans it to be
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Rating: 5.1
1:05pm
Come Dine with Me
Woking and Weybridge
Season 26 Episode 28/65

Riot policeman Steve Carvill hosts the third dinner party in Woking and Weybridge in Surrey, and hopes that a night of fine food and fun will impress his guests. He takes no prisoners with his menu, rustling up home-made pasta and white chocolate panna cotta from scratch for his four unsuspecting diners, who are expecting fast food rather than fine dining
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Rating: 5.1
1:40pm
Come Dine with Me
Woking and Weybridge
Season 26 Episode 29/65

It is the turn of gardener Sara Gilding on the fourth night in Woking and Weybridge in Surrey, but it is her first time hosting a dinner party in more than 20 years. Guest Vincenzo Ferlita is not looking forward to the evening, while Steve Carvill hopes he will get some respite from Sara's flirtatious advances
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Rating: 5.1
2:10pm
Come Dine with Me
Woking and Weybridge
Season 26 Episode 30/65

Children's entertainer Kelly Cummins hosts the final party from Woking and Weybridge in Surrey, and the winner of the £1,000 prize is announced. The guests keep their fingers crossed that dog-loving Sara Gilding does not return to her critical ways, while a bout of flatulence provides some comic relief
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Rating: 5.1
2:40pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 6/20

Another selection of B&B owners take it in turns as hosts to decide which of their establishments provides the best value for money. The contest begins at Ian and Sam Sugden's Abbey House in Penrith, Cumbria, where the guests are impressed with the cleanliness of the rooms. However, there is some grumbling over breakfast about the bacon
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 7/20

The owners stay at Compton House in Newark, Nottinghamshire, which is run by Lisa Holloway - who prides herself on providing a home away from home for her visitors. However, some of the guests have issues with dust and the haddock served at breakfast - and challenge whether a night's stay is worth the price tag
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 8/20

Dave and Jo Bate welcome their guests to the White Horse, a pub and B&B in Ripon, North Yorkshire, where they hope an afternoon of morris dancing in front of the cathedral will make a lasting impression. Unfortunately, Ed and Jane Mitchell get locked inside their room by mistake, and there are arguments over tomatoes at breakfast
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 9/

Retired teachers Ed and Jane Mitchell welcome the contestants to the Old Farmhouse, Cheshire, but everyone is shocked to discover they will have to share a bathroom. Meanwhile, Sam and Ian Sugden find an unwelcome surprise underneath their bed
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 10/20

Payment day arrives, as the guests gather to find out who has won and to thrash out their differences - from some fishy findings to a reminder of why sorry can be the hardest word. Later on, a heated exchange about cleaning ends in tears
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Rating: 3.9
5:25pm
Come Dine with Me
Dumfries and Galloway
Season 26 Episode 36/65

Dairy farmer's wife and Disney enthusiast Charlene Fry-Henderson hosts the first dinner party in Dumfries and Galloway, where she hopes that her locally reared meat, home cooking, and entertainment involving a plastic cow will secure her the £1,000 prize. Her guests are local radio presenter Tommy Jardine, banker Olive Melville, prison custody officer Tammy Rice and trainee teacher Josh Jones
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Rating: 5.1
5:55pm
Come Dine with Me
Dumfries and Galloway
Season 26 Episode 37/65

Horse enthusiast and banker Olive Melville hosts the second dinner party in Dumfries and Galloway, where she hopes to impress her guests with a crab starter and mousse dessert - but things take a turn for the worse when a conversation about the royal family divides the diners
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Rating: 5.1
6:25pm
Come Dine with Me
Dumfries and Galloway
Season 26 Episode 38/65

Local radio DJ Tommy Jardine hosts the third dinner party in Dumfries and Galloway, and prepares chicken stuffed with haggis - but first he must continue a family tradition and rustle up a sheep for his entertainment. Tommy then tries to impress his guests with a touch of celebrity name-dropping, but young dance DJ and trainee teacher Josh trumps him at his own game
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Rating: 5.1
6:55pm
Come Dine with Me
Dumfries and Galloway
Season 26 Episode 39/65

Trainee teacher and club DJ Josh Jones hosts the fourth night in Dumfries and Galloway, and hopes he can broaden his fellow contestants' palates with his menu of Indian food. He plans lamb pasanda and tandoori monkfish, but Tammy Rice finds something in her glass that wasn't on the menu. However, Josh hopes his disco entertainment might impress the guests enough to bag him the £1,000 prize
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Rating: 5.1
7:30pm
Come Dine with Me
Dumfries and Galloway
Season 26 Episode 40/65

Tammy Rice hosts the final evening in Dumfries and Galloway, hoping to win the £1,000 prize with her no-nonsense approach and traditional Scottish fare. The dinner-party novice rustles up chorizo and cous cous stuffed peppers for her starter and incorporates haggis into her chicken-based main course
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Rating: 5.1
8:00pm
The Secret Life of the Zoo
Season 1 Episode 4/6

The Hi Way elephant family have been hit with a potentially deadly virus affecting animals in captivity and in the wild. With the youngest members of the family most at risk, the keepers and Chester Zoo's veterinary team do all they can to combat the mysterious illness. Meanwhile, Mac the stallion zebra is introduced to the zoo's three mares in the hope they will produce much needed offspring for this endangered species. There's also a look into the bizarre world of the naked mole rat
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Rating: 8.8
9:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 21/24

Five-year-old Isa is rushed to A&E after being hit by a car and trapped underneath it, and doctors suspect the impact may have caused serious internal damage, as well as significant head injuries. Meanwhile, 26-year-old Tom is treated after slicing through his leg with a circular saw, with medics fearing the blade has cut so deeply into the muscle tissue that it could starve his leg of blood. Plus, 85-year-old retired actor Donald comes to the hospital with pain in his bladder, and consultant Faheem is concerned there may be an infection
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Rating: 7.5
10:00pm
999: What's Your Emergency?
Season 2 Episode 6/6

Across the UK, around 2,200 women go into labour every day. Most make it to hospital, but for those who cannot, the ambulance service is there to help. The programme features call handlers giving worried partners advice while staff race to deliver the baby, and reveals how some new parents overreact and call 999 at the first sign of a cough or a bump to the head
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Rating: 7.6
11:05pm
999: On the Frontline
Season 1 Episode 6/10

Paramedics are called to a custody suite in Birmingham to deal with an aggressive prisoner, and across the city a team are sent to help a man found unconscious at a roadside
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Rating: 9
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Hannah & Mason's
Season 2 Episode 7/14

The fiery chef comes to the aid of the owners of Hannah & Mason's, a French bistro in Cranbury, New Jersey. Members of staff complain their pay cheques bounce, and the kitchen cooler is so unhygienic that Gordon makes the decision to close the restaurant on Valentine's Day - the busiest night of the year
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Rating: 5.1
1:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 21/24

Five-year-old Isa is rushed to A&E after being hit by a car and trapped underneath it, and doctors suspect the impact may have caused serious internal damage, as well as significant head injuries. Meanwhile, 26-year-old Tom is treated after slicing through his leg with a circular saw, with medics fearing the blade has cut so deeply into the muscle tissue that it could starve his leg of blood. Plus, 85-year-old retired actor Donald comes to the hospital with pain in his bladder, and consultant Faheem is concerned there may be an infection
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Rating: 7.5
2:05am
999: What's Your Emergency?
Season 2 Episode 6/6

Across the UK, around 2,200 women go into labour every day. Most make it to hospital, but for those who cannot, the ambulance service is there to help. The programme features call handlers giving worried partners advice while staff race to deliver the baby, and reveals how some new parents overreact and call 999 at the first sign of a cough or a bump to the head
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Rating: 7.6
3:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 18 Episode 9/9

Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Dragons' Den panellist Kelly Hoppen, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and comedians Henning Wehn and David O'Doherty to discuss and dissect the events that set the British public's chins wagging over the past week. Jimmy Carr hosts the irreverent panel show
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Rating: 7

Mon 23 Oct

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 1 Episode 1/8

Reporters Matt Tebbutt, James Watt, Martin Dickie and Kate Quilton travel the globe to explore the secrets behind mass-produced food, meeting technicians, scientists, factory owners, growers and producers to find out exactly what goes into the everyday groceries that end up on the supermarket shelves. In this edition, Kate travels to Swaziland to learn how tinned grapefruit made so perfectly, and in Finland, Matt discovers all about the bacteria in probiotics
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Rating: 5.3
9:30am
Film Trapeze (1956)
Two circus performers fall for a seductive newcomer, leading to all manner of amorous antics and rivalry as each pulls out all the stops to win her heart. Drama, starring Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, Gina Lollobrigida, Katy Jurado, Thomas Gomez and Sid James
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Rating: 6.1
11:40am
Kirstie's Vintage Gems
Family Playroom
Season 1 Episode 1/22

Kirstie Allsopp and her team help Shaun and Jannine Cartwright and their three sons transform their Blackburn home, which is full of clutter. They look to the 1950s for inspiration, creating a family playroom for the boys
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Rating: 2
12:05pm
Time Team
The Abbey Habit
Season 14 Episode 12/13

Tony Robinson and the team travel to Poulton in Cheshire in search of a long-lost abbey that was once home to a small community of Cistercian monks. Despite numerous archaeological finds having already been discovered at the site, some of the experts suspect they are looking in the wrong area
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Rating: 8.5
1:10pm
Time Team
Bodmin Moor, Cornwall: In the Shadow of the Tor
Season 14 Episode 13/13

Tony Robinson and the crew head to Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, to date a possible Bronze Age village of stone houses, and turn their attention to a vast and mysterious structure alongside the dwellings that could be the biggest burial mound in England. They battle against appalling weather to discover a unique archaeological monument in their midst
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Rating: 8.5
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 6/60

The contest begins at the Vale of Berkeley Guest House in Gloucestershire, where owners Harri and Claire Chiba hope to prove that their establishment offers the best value for money. However, two guests from rival B&Bs have an issue with the no-frills toilet, and another places a tricky request for `anaemic toast' at the breakfast table
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 7/60

The competition moves to Artist Residence in Penzance, Cornwall, where proprietors Justin and Charlie hope to impress their rivals with a pottery class. However, one pair decide their room is too modern for their tastes, a duo are shocked to find hair in a shower filter and one guest seems underwhelmed by breakfast
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 8/60

Third to host are Alec and Craig Coleman, who open the doors to the Edenfield Guest House in Blackpool and invite their fellow B&B owners to rate their establishment. However, on arrival one of the guests and his wife discover stains on the bedspread, while others feel the `award-winning' food is not up to scratch
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 9/60

The contestants travel to the New Inn, Portland, Dorset, for the fourth day of the competition, where hosts Stacey and Spencer Cullum introduce their guests to a typical island activity - sandcastle building. Meanwhile, Claire Chiba quizzes Stacey about her breakfast hamper and says she is alienating customers, before Harri Chiba tells Justin that his B&B is too `manufactured'
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 10/60

The four sets of owners meet one last time to discover how much their rivals thought they should receive and to settle some scores. Two contestants attempt to explain away their negative feedback, and one contender finds herself unable to hold back her frustration, before the winner of the competition is revealed
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 28/31

Pia and Stephen Abbott have been married for 35 years and have long dreamt of owning a property in Spain. Jasmine Harman helps the couple find a home around La Marina Alta within their £130,000 budget
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Rating: 3.8
5:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 13/31

Jasmine Harman helps Elsa and Brian Surridge, who are looking for a retirement home on the Costa Blanca and have a cash budget of £75,000 to spend
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Rating: 3.8
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 3 Episode 3/7

A poodle called Diamond has been referred for a total hip replacement, and another, with the same owner, needs a new knee. Noel Fitzpatrick operates on both dogs on the same day, and doesn't finish until 3am. Hopity, a 12-week-old Balinese kitten, has a deformity on one of her back legs, which she could end up losing, while the operation itself is a huge risk. Hazell has brought in Dandi, a five month-old German shepherd who is lame in both front legs
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs Revisited
Grand Designs
Season 5 Episode 2/3

Monty Ravenscroft and Clare Loewe bought a plot of land in Peckham to build their own home - only to be told it was too small for a traditional house. Engineering expert Monty designed a space-age property with a sliding glass roof and mezzanine bedroom pods - and with unexpected obstacles to overcome, Kevin McCloud visits them to discover how the ambitious project has progressed
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
The Mystery of the Crossrail Skulls
Documentary examining the discovery of dozens of Roman-era skulls by engineers working beneath London's Liverpool Street station. The remains have been identified as dating back to Roman times, but it has yet to be determined who these people were and how their heads ended up buried on the site. Archaeologists examine the bones for evidence of the various theories that have been suggested, questioning whether the skulls belonged to gladiators, executed rebels or the victims of a massacre, or formed part of a grisly ritual
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Rating: 9.5
10:00pm
999: What's Your Emergency?
Season 2 Episode 3/6

The documentary follows paramedics as they deal with people who have mental health problems. Maria Stanley is called to a multi-storey car park, where she tries to talk a man away from the edge, while Kirsten Harper and Amy Siddall race to help a father who is having suicidal thoughts. In London, crews attend the scene of a failed suicide attempt that has left a middle-aged man trapped under a train
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Rating: 7.6
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 19/24

Ten-year-old Ashleigh is rushed to St George's by ambulance after twisting her leg while playing football. X-rays reveal that her femur is broken and she will need surgery. Meanwhile, three-year-old Lola visits A&E with her dad after having a seizure, and 91-year-old Betty arrives with severe chest pain. Doctors carry out a blood test in order to find out whether she is having a heart attack and will require life-saving surgery
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Rating: 7.5
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Black Pearl
Season 2 Episode 8/14

Gordon Ramsay tries to help a struggling seafood restaurant in Manhattan, where the three owners regularly come into conflict as they each try to assert their authority over the business, causing confusion for all. When one of the trio stubbornly resists the changes the Scottish chef is hoping to implement, sparks begin to fly
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Rating: 5.1
1:05am
999: What's Your Emergency?
Season 2 Episode 3/6

The documentary follows paramedics as they deal with people who have mental health problems. Maria Stanley is called to a multi-storey car park, where she tries to talk a man away from the edge, while Kirsten Harper and Amy Siddall race to help a father who is having suicidal thoughts. In London, crews attend the scene of a failed suicide attempt that has left a middle-aged man trapped under a train
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Rating: 7.6
2:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 19/24

Ten-year-old Ashleigh is rushed to St George's by ambulance after twisting her leg while playing football. X-rays reveal that her femur is broken and she will need surgery. Meanwhile, three-year-old Lola visits A&E with her dad after having a seizure, and 91-year-old Betty arrives with severe chest pain. Doctors carry out a blood test in order to find out whether she is having a heart attack and will require life-saving surgery
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Rating: 7.5
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats
8 Out of 10 Cats: Best Bits: 2014
One-off special revisiting highlights from the 2014 series of the comedy panel show, with presenter Jimmy Carr, team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson and a host of celebrity guests. Stars who appeared during the run included Louis Smith, Rob Beckett, Carol Vorderman, Alex Brooker, Sarah Millican and Paul Hollywood
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Rating: 7

Tue 24 Oct

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 1 Episode 2/8

Reporters Matt Tebbutt, James Watt, Martin Dickie and Kate Quilton travel the globe to reveal more secrets about the manufacture of mass-produced food. Matt and Kate investigate the significance of the wax that can be found on lemons grown in Spain and Thailand, and the programme also features a report on how formed ham is made in the UK
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Rating: 5.3
9:30am
Film Legend of the Lost (1957)
A grizzled adventurer living in Timbuktu is hired to escort a mysterious explorer across the Sahara desert in search of a fabled lost city. A local woman joins the men on their quest, but when the trio reach their destination the explorer reveals his plan to betray his companions and leave them high and dry. Adventure, starring John Wayne, Sophia Loren and Rossano Brazzi
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Rating: 5.7
11:40am
River Cottage Bites
Short highlights from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's adventures at the smallholding, revealing the secrets to whipping up simple culinary treats
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Rating: 6.4
12:05pm
Time Team
Warboys, Cambridgeshire: Beacon of the Fens
Season 16 Episode 1/13

Tony Robinson and the team brave freezing weather to explore Chapel Hill on the windswept expanse of the East Anglian Fens. Flint axes and ornately carved stone blocks discovered by the landowners suggest a religious building or prehistoric monument once stood on the small Cambridgeshire outcrop, while other theories about the location's history include a Bronze Age burial ground and a lighthouse. However, the first day of the dig produces evidence the site is even older than the archaeologists expected
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Rating: 8.5
1:10pm
Time Team
Ulnaby, Co Durham: The Hollow Way
Season 16 Episode 2/13

Tony Robinson and the team travel to the grass-covered remains of the deserted medieval village of Ulnaby in the Durham countryside. Although the site has been photographed, surveyed and written about, it has never been dug before. As work progresses, the convivial atmosphere and the team's patience are tested to the limit when the evidence on the ground does not tally with what the archaeologists have been promised
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Rating: 8.5
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 11/60

The contest begins at the Old Stables, Somerset, where Finnish-born Nina Dodd and her husband Andy welcome guests to their Scandinavian-style accommodation. While some are impressed by the immaculate interior, David and Erica Hensley are not pleased about the no-shoes policy
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 12/60

The competition moves to Rigsby's Guest House in Hertfordshire, where owner Morris Cockman entertains his rivals with a visit to a local zoo. Not all of his guests are impressed, and a slow breakfast service does not improve his chances of success
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 13/60

David and Erica Hensley host at the Fairway in Blackpool, where they hope to win over their guests with a spot of classic seaside entertainment. After taking their fellow contestants on a horror walk, the couple will be wary of any unexpected surprises when it comes to their scores
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 14/60

Robin Hughes is the final host of the week in the converted Dent Station in the Yorkshire Dales. He organises a butchery competition and high-end food, before some home truths about the group dynamic are revealed
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 15/60

The four sets of owners meet one last time to discover how much their rivals thought they should receive and to settle some scores. Robin Hughes' remarks from across the week are discussed, before the winner of the competition is revealed
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 25/31

After years spent dedicated to their demanding careers in nursing and social work, Gillian and Paul Clarke from Stockport have decided it's time to start taking it a little easier and put themselves first. They've got their hearts set on a holiday home on Spain's Costa Calida where they can boogie their way to retirement. Jonnie Irwin shows the couple five properties for their budget of £45,000
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Rating: 3.8
5:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 21/31

After becoming foster parents to three young children, Jo Danson and her husband Bill decided a holiday home would be the perfect way for everyone to spend quality time together. Working within a budget of £65,000, Jasmine Harman shows Jo five suitable properties in the Orihuela Costa region of Spain
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Rating: 3.8
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 3 Episode 4/7

Micha and Crispin's beloved Bengal cat Loki has been hit by a car, while Faberge, an elderly Chinese crested dog with a fabulous wardrobe, is brought in by owners Julie and Suzanne after suffering seizures. Noel Fitzpatrick and the team also meet a deerhound called Willow, who has broken her neck, and with a high-risk operation to consider, her owners must decide whether to proceed
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs Revisited
Grand Designs
Season 5 Episode 3/3

Musicians Tony and Jo Moffat began building a home on the west coast of Scotland, investing in an architect who developed an experimental design emulating a Norwegian longhouse, using a medieval-style oak frame. However, the project soon hit problems, with rocketing costs leaving them struggling to continue. Three years on, Kevin McCloud revisits the couple to see how their creation has progressed
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
Secret History
The Dambusters' Great Escape: Secret History
Dubbed `The Beast' by Winston Churchill, Tirpitz was Nazi Germany's most powerful battleship. Protected by an elite squadron of fighters, it was seen as invincible, but after 34 failed attempts to sink it, the RAF sent in the 617 `Dambusters' Squadron and 9 Squadron. In a raid in November 1944 they managed to slip through enemy defences and destroy Tirpitz. With eyewitness accounts from surviving RAF crew, one of the Luftwaffe fighter pilots and German sailors, this documentary tells this extraordinary story and offers new evidence to explain the mission's improbable success
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Rating: 6.5
10:00pm
The Plane That Saved Britain
Paralympics presenter, former Royal Marines commando and pilot Arthur Williams presents this love letter to the Second World War aeroplane he believes history has unjustly forgotten. While the names Spitfire, Lancaster and Hurricane have passed into legend, the De Havilland Mosquito languishes in relative obscurity. But for Arthur, the `Wooden Wonder' is the plane that saved Britain. Here he meets the men who flew it, tells its extraordinary story and travels to Virginia Beach in the US to see if he can take to the skies in the world's only remaining flying Mosquito
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Rating: 9.7
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 11 Episode 1/11

Barrie, 78, is rushed in with breathing difficulties and tests reveal he has fluid on his lungs and faces serious medical treatment, while 75-year-old David is treated after falling down a flight of stairs, and 82-year-old Bob is admitted after a DIY accident at home
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Rating: 7.5
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
J Willy's
Season 2 Episode 13/14

The chef takes on one of his toughest challenges yet, J Willy's Bar and Grille in South Bend, Indiana, which has amassed debts of more than $1million. On finding an inexperienced chef serving food from both the freezer and tins, together with service that reduces one customer to tears, Gordon Ramsay orders an overnight deep-clean of the premises and designs a menu to inspire the kitchen staff
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Rating: 5.1
1:00am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Fiesta Sunrise
Season 2 Episode 10/14

Gordon Ramsay heads to West Nyack, New York, to come to the aid of a family-run Mexican restaurant that is suffering a financial crisis, and a case of hard-headed patriarchy. When the chef arrives he finds himself turfing out the existing customers for their own safety due to a cockroach infestation on the premises
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Rating: 5.1
2:00am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 11 Episode 1/11

Barrie, 78, is rushed in with breathing difficulties and tests reveal he has fluid on his lungs and faces serious medical treatment, while 75-year-old David is treated after falling down a flight of stairs, and 82-year-old Bob is admitted after a DIY accident at home
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Rating: 7.5
3:05am
8 Out of 10 Cats
8 Out of 10 Cats: Best Bits: 2014
One-off special revisiting highlights from the 2014 series of the comedy panel show, with presenter Jimmy Carr, team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson and a host of celebrity guests. Stars who appeared during the run included Louis Smith, Rob Beckett, Carol Vorderman, Alex Brooker, Sarah Millican and Paul Hollywood
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Rating: 7

Wed 25 Oct

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 1 Episode 3/8

Kate Quilton travels to Thailand to investigate prawn-farming, and visits a factory where 1,500 workers peel millions of prawns by hand every month. However, she also learns why a farm that claims to supply British supermarkets is nowhere near the sea, and discovers how a commercial hatchery manages to breed billions of prawns every year. Back in Britain, Matt Tebbutt meets a professional forager and an industry supplier to find out why wild mushroom soups often contain very low quantities of the fungus itself
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Rating: 5.3
9:30am
Film Rear Window (1954)
A photographer is left housebound and in a wheelchair after breaking his leg in an accident. He passes the time watching the comings and goings of his neighbours in the apartment block opposite and becomes convinced one of them has committed a murder. However, he has trouble persuading anyone to believe his story. Hitchcock thriller, starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr, Thelma Ritter and Judith Evelyn
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Rating: 6.7
11:50am
River Cottage Bites
Short highlights from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's adventures at the smallholding, revealing the secrets to whipping up simple culinary treats
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Rating: 6.4
12:05pm
Time Team
Scargill Castle, Co Durham: The Wedding Present
Season 16 Episode 3/13

Tony Robinson explores the history of the run-down Scargill Castle in Co Durham, bought as a wedding present by archaeologist Niall Hammond for his wife Caroline. Reputed to be a medieval stronghold for a powerful dynasty in the war between the Scots and the English, nobody is able to say what it looked like in its prime
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Rating: 8.5
1:10pm
Time Team
Radcot, Oxfordshire: Anarchy in the UK
Season 16 Episode 4/13

Tony Robinson and the team embark on a dig in a field beside the Thames in Oxfordshire. Archaeologists believe an impressive stronghold was built in Radcot to control the river crossing during the period of unrest in the 12th century known as The Anarchy, but the theory has never been proved. As the dig gets under way, evidence of a large medieval building is uncovered, but it becomes apparent the site is more complex than first imagined
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Rating: 8.5
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 16/60

The contest begins at the Black Lion in Halland, East Sussex, where host Nigel Fright gets off to a shaky start when a kettle goes missing from one of the rooms. Later, he takes the guests to a salsa class, where Sherrill Tacy and Hayley Cotton are surprised by some of his dance moves
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 17/60

The competition moves to the Wheatsheaf Inn in Exning, near Newmarket, Suffolk, where guests are welcomed by owner Ken Clutterbuck and employee Ginny Trow. The proprietor tries to win his rivals round with his unique sense of humour, but tensions rise when the contestants go for a spin on a go-kart track
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 18/60

Sherrill Tacy hosts at the Sherwood Guest House in New Brighton on the Wirral, and is praised for the establishment's value for money. However, there is upset when her breakfast leaves a lot to be desired, and her final review is far from perfect
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 19/60

Final hosts Mark and Rachael Dann welcome the contestants to the Big Bear Lodge in Shropshire. They face the tough job of trying to keep the rift between some of the guests to a minimum in their ski-themed B&B, and their afternoon activity of canoeing raises a few laughs but accusations of cheating occur when the boys begin to get competitive
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 20/60

The contestants featured throughout the week reunite to revisit the highs and lows of their various stays, and as the B&B owners confront their critics face to face, they discover what the rival parties really thought of the quality of service that they encountered. After the deliberations are over, the winning guest house is announced
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 17/31

Birmingham pair Derek Hansel and Gina Awoko are looking for a home in Almeria, Spain, that they can eventually retire to and also generate some rental income from. Jasmine Harman shows them a range of properties within their £300,000 budget, from a coastal renovation project to an inland cortijo. However, it remains to be seen whether she can deliver the perfect property in the perfect location
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Rating: 3.8
5:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 23/31

Having sold a successful business, Ruth and Philip Trinder from Northamptonshire want to buy an apartment on the Balearic island of Mallorca, where they can spend half the year. They want somewhere they can entertain family and friends, within easy walking distance of one of the island's stylish ports. With a budget of £300,000 Laura Hamilton sets out to help them find something with the contemporary look they love
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Rating: 3.8
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 3 Episode 5/7

A young rabbit called Speedy has a broken leg after a fight with his female companion Rosie, and the bone is the smallest Noel Fitzpatrick has ever operated on. Ten-month-old Snoopy has been run over by a delivery van and the dog's paw cannot be saved, but the vet thinks he may be able to fix Snoopy up with a prosthetic. And a nine-month-old English bulldog called Winston is brought in as an emergency case with a mysterious paralysis
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs Abroad
Grand Designs: Tuscany, Italy
Season 1 Episode 6/11

Kevin McCloud meets a couple who bought a 1,000-year-old ruin in the Tuscan hills in 1999, hoping to transform it into their dream home. Having spent most of their time battling against Italian bureaucracy, they have just received approval for their plans - and the real work needs to begin in earnest if they are finally to create their own castle in the sky
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Rating: 8.9
9:00pm
999: On the Frontline
Season 1 Episode 7/10

Paramedics deal with an aggressive patient, a 73-year-old man with dementia, and a pregnant mother who is worried about her unborn baby after a car crash
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Rating: 9
10:00pm
Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners
Season 3 Episode 2/

The cleaners head to Brithdir Hall, a 16th-century, Grade II-listed mansion in the Welsh hills, home to 55-year-old Jeremy and his son, Thomas
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Rating: 10
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 18/24

Doctors carry out tests on 77-year-old Martin, who was rushed to St George's after collapsing at home and suffered two further seizures in A&E. As he waits to find out what is causing him problems, his wife Margaret talks about their life together. Meanwhile, 83-year-old widower Harry arrives with shortness of breath, chest pains and dizziness after collapsing while shopping. Paediatric nurse Kelly, who loves working with children, treats six-year-old Lilly, who has cut her head after falling off her scooter
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Rating: 7.5
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Fiesta Sunrise
Season 2 Episode 10/14

Gordon Ramsay heads to West Nyack, New York, to come to the aid of a family-run Mexican restaurant that is suffering a financial crisis, and a case of hard-headed patriarchy. When the chef arrives he finds himself turfing out the existing customers for their own safety due to a cockroach infestation on the premises
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Rating: 5.1
1:05am
999: On the Frontline
Season 1 Episode 7/10

Paramedics deal with an aggressive patient, a 73-year-old man with dementia, and a pregnant mother who is worried about her unborn baby after a car crash
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Rating: 9
2:05am
Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners
Season 3 Episode 2/

The cleaners head to Brithdir Hall, a 16th-century, Grade II-listed mansion in the Welsh hills, home to 55-year-old Jeremy and his son, Thomas
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Rating: 10
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 10 Episode 2/8

Sarah Millican, Johnny Vaughan, Jon Richardson and Louie Spence join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford for the irreverent panel show, in which teams answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country to see who best understands what is going on in Britain today
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Rating: 7

Thu 26 Oct

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 1 Episode 4/8

Industry secrets behind favourite produce. Matt Tebbutt and Kate Quilton reveal the difference between green and black olives, travelling to South Africa and Spain to see how they are treated after they have been grown. Matt also discovers not everything that goes into beer is listed in the ingredients, as he and Kate Quilton visit micro-breweries that use surprising elements from the sea
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Rating: 5.3
9:30am
Film The Fighting Seabees (1944)
Construction workers battle against Japanese forces while working with the US navy in the South Pacific during the Second World War, while the head of the company and an officer compete for the affections of a local woman. However, when one recklessly causes a tragedy, he seeks redemption by launching an attack on a tank battalion. Drama, starring John Wayne, Susan Hayward and Dennis O'Keefe
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Rating: 2.4
11:30am
Food Unwrapped
Season 10 Episode 8/

Another selection of the team's favourite investigations. Jimmy Doherty visits Thailand to find out if the alarming headlines about additive MSG are justified, Kate Quilton heads to California to find out why there are so many closed pistachios in the packs on supermarket shelves, and Matt Tebbutt learns why slicing onions makes people cry with help from an innovative farmer and a team of cage fighters
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Rating: 5.3
12:05pm
Time Team
Looe, Cornwall: Hermit Harbour
Season 16 Episode 5/13

In a dig hampered by rising tides and the discovery of mysterious burials, Tony Robinson and the team search for some of the earliest evidence of Christianity in Britain when they excavate two chapels on Looe Island in Cornwall. With minutes to go before being forced to leave, they make a major discovery
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Rating: 8.5
1:10pm
Time Team
Friars Wash, Flamstead: The Trouble with Temples
Season 16 Episode 6/13

During the first 15 years of the programme, Tony Robinson and his team never found a Roman temple. However, armed with 30-year-old aerial photographs, they try once more in a field in Hertfordshire, and after an exhausting three-day dig, uncover a complex of four temples, as well as numerous bronze and silver coins and lead curse-tablets made by third-century worshippers
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Rating: 8.5
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 36/60

The contest begins at the Shelley Guest House in Aberystwyth, where its husband-and-wife owners hope to prove that their establishment offers the best value for money by providing their guests with an old-school form of entertainment, some Spanish cuisine and a monumental continental breakfast
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 37/60

The guests travel to the five-star Ixworth House in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where hosts John and Sharyn Snell are quietly confident their establishment will impress. John reveals his hidden talents at dinner, but his performance at breakfast the next morning does not go down well with all of the fellow B&B owners
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 38/60

In York, part-time panto dame Graham Smith runs the Georgian House & Mews, and takes his guests back in time with a Nordic test of strength. At supper, Hazel has romance on her mind, but the guests are left to fend for themselves at breakfast - until Graham makes a show-stopping appearance
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 39/60

The contestants travel to the George Hotel in Orton, Cumbria, for the fourth visit of the day. Owner Hazel McAleese organises a fishing trip as the afternoon activity, during which one of the guests decides to use the opportunity to give everyone a lesson in innuendo
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 40/60

The contestants featured throughout the contest reunite to revisit the highs and lows of their various stays, and as the B&B owners confront their critics face to face, they discover what the rival parties really thought of the quality of service they encountered. After the deliberations are over, the winning guest house is announced
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 31/31

Debra Mann from Reading, Berkshire, has fallen in love with the Bay of the Somme in the north of France, and has set heart on a holiday getaway where she and her sister can spend time with family and friends. Scarlette Douglas shows them both a selection of properties for a £64,000 budget - with plenty of surprises along the way
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Rating: 3.8
5:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 16/31

Wiltshire couple Martin and Michelle MacClay want a holiday home in France's Loire Valley, so Scarlette Douglas helps find them the perfect property on a budget of £73,000
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Rating: 3.8
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 3 Episode 6/7

Rescued bulldog Dolly is having trouble with all four legs, police dog Anya's spine has been badly damaged, and a retired greyhound called Lola has a mystery problem. `Bionic Vet' Noel Fitzpatrick does what he can to help them at the pioneering veterinary practice
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Puglia Revisit
Season 8 Episode 7/8

Kevin McCloud revisits artists David Westby and Leonie Whitton three years after they bought an olive farm in the Puglia region of Italy and planned to convert it into a home on a budget of £25,000. The project proved difficult due to their lack of experience and problems with Italian planning laws. When the presenter last visited they had built a guest house but their own residence was untouched
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
The Three Day Nanny
Season 4 Episode 1/3

New series. Childminder Kathryn Mewes moves in with struggling parents to help tackle their children's behaviour. She begins in Luton, where a two-year-old is literally banging his head against the wall in frustration - not to mention biting and kicking to get his mum and dad's attention
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Rating: 4.2
10:00pm
The Handmaid's Tale
Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum
Season 1 Episode 4/10

Offred is punished by Serena Joy, which leaves her shaken and brings back painful memories of her time at the Red Centre with Moira. A complication during the ceremony makes matters worse, and threatens her very survival
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Rating: 7.5
11:15pm
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 1/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and Henning Wehn compete against Jon Richardson and Victoria Coren Mitchell. Tom Allen joins the show's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters with `help' from Joe Wilkinson
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Rating: 7.4
12:15am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Sante La Brea
Season 2 Episode 12/14

Gordon Ramsay travels to the upmarket quarter of Hollywood to help the owner of failing health-food restaurant Sante La Brea. As well as struggling to control his disrespectful staff, the proprietor receives a surprise visit from the police at the height of dinner service
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Rating: 5.1
1:15am
The Three Day Nanny
Season 4 Episode 1/3

New series. Childminder Kathryn Mewes moves in with struggling parents to help tackle their children's behaviour. She begins in Luton, where a two-year-old is literally banging his head against the wall in frustration - not to mention biting and kicking to get his mum and dad's attention
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Rating: 4.2
2:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 1/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and Henning Wehn compete against Jon Richardson and Victoria Coren Mitchell. Tom Allen joins the show's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters with `help' from Joe Wilkinson
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Rating: 7.4
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 10 Episode 3/8

Irreverent panel show hosted by Jimmy Carr. Mark Watson, Stephen Mangan, Daniel Sloss and Vanessa Feltz join team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford to answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country to see who best understands what is going on in Britain today
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Rating: 7

Fri 27 Oct

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 1 Episode 5/8

Kate Quilton travels to Thailand to find out how seafood sticks are made, while Martin Dickie is on board a French floating factory ship, discovering the role an ancient Japanese fish-processing technique plays in manufacturing the products. Kate also investigates the difference between English and British wine, learning that many examples of the latter are not created using homegrown grapes
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Rating: 5.3
9:30am
Film Vertigo (1958)
A private eye with an aversion to heights is hired to trail the wife of an old college friend because of her strange and inconsistent behaviour. However, he soon falls obsessively in love with her, and is drawn into a complex and destructive mystery. Alfred Hitchcock's thriller, starring Kim Novak in a dual role alongside James Stewart, Barbara Bel Geddes and Tom Helmore
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Rating: 6.6
12:05pm
Time Team
Caerwent, South Wales: Toga Town
Season 16 Episode 7/13

Tony Robinson and the team excavate the remains of a Roman market town hidden beneath the small Monmouthshire village of Caerwent. The archaeologists are puzzled by the discovery of a maze of walls, and other finds - including a child's toy, evidence of street food and a rare knife handle carved into the shape of two fighting gladiators - prove this was a bustling community
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Rating: 8.5
1:10pm
Time Team
Rise Hill, North Yorkshire: Blood, Sweat and Beers
Season 16 Episode 8/13

Tony Robinson and the team investigate a Victorian settlement lived in by railway navvies in Rise Hill, North Yorkshire. The construction of the Settle to Carlisle railway took five years and involved digging a tunnel three-quarters of a mile long through solid rock. The archaeologists find the houses and workshops that were built on the isolated hill and uncover stories of murder, suicide and heroic endurance
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Rating: 8.5
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 41/60

The contest begins at the Angel Inn in Wangford, Suffolk, where husband-and-wife owners Peter and Christine hope to prove that their establishment offers the best value for money. However, a self-service breakfast fails to impress the guests, and Christine struggles to keep her cool as confusion reigns in the kitchen
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 42/60

The second night of the competition moves to Moaps Farm in Dane Hill, East Sussex, where Lesley Miller hopes her guests will be charmed by her laid-back attitude. On arrival, the group is wowed by the view, but at breakfast the host's relaxed approach leads to disaster and some of her fellow B&B owners are forced to help out with the service
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 43/60

From Jabajak in Carmarthenshire, Wales, where sisters Lorraine Lloyd and Amanda Stuart-Robson host in their vineyard and restaurant B&B. The guests are stunned by the surroundings, and businessman Les Woollends and his head chef Lesz Zajac are convinced the sister act have the wow factor
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 44/60

Les Woollends and his head chef Lesz Zajak welcome the contestants to the Clarendon Royal Hotel in Gravesend, Kent. The guests are dazzled on arrival, but Lesley Miller believes the champagne, truffles and fruit bowl are a ploy to win her over. The quality of the food gets good reviews at breakfast, although the guests poke fun at the crockery, and at feedback time criticism comes from an unexpected source and leaves the owner reconsidering his views of his rivals
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 7 Episode 45/60

The contestants featured throughout the week reunite to revisit the highs and lows of their various stays, and as the B&B owners confront their critics face to face, they discover what the rival parties really thought of the quality of service they encountered. After the deliberations are over, the winning guest house is announced
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 14/31

Gary Fitzpatrick and Shahine Korimbocus want a holiday home in the tranquil Limousin area of France where they can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle with their 20-month-old twins Charlie and Catherine, and Gary's son Dominic. Brought up with French culture in Mauritius, Shahine wants the children to share her enjoyment of it, and to pick up the language. With a budget of £88,000, Scarlette Douglas sets out to help the family find their perfect house
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Rating: 3.8
5:50pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 12/31

Francophiles Madeline and Andy Morton from Portsmouth are looking for a holiday home they can fly or drive to in the rural landscapes of the Charente region in west-central France. With cash savings of £45,000, they're hoping for a traditional two-bedroom home with charm and character. Scarlette Douglas shows them five properties, hoping that one will be their dream house
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Rating: 3.8
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 3 Episode 7/7

Pets with problems include a rare breed of bulldog called Cyrus, who has multiple issues, a lame husky named Ghost, and a Maltese-bichon frise cross suffering from seizures. Plus, Bucklersbury Bear, a huge Newfoundland, finds a new lease of life post-surgery - in the water
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 3 Episode 1/8

John and Terri Westlake set out to build a modern timber and glass home rather than renovate their tumbledown cottage set in acres of Cambridgeshire woodland - a decision that is likely to upset their traditionally minded neighbours. As Kevin McCloud learns, the large window panes threaten to send the couple over budget so he tries to offer advice to keep the neighbours happy and the budget under control
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
Professor T
The Legacy
Season 1 Episode 11/13

An affluent businessman vanishes without a trace just days after a failed attempt on his life. Blood is found in his ransacked living room, yet there is no body. Is this a genuine crime or could it have been staged by the `victim' himself? Meanwhile, Annelies and Daan struggle to keep their relationship a secret in the workplace, where it is forbidden for colleagues to get romantically involved. Drama, starring Koen De Bouw. In Flemish
(In Vision) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
10:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 20/24

Thirty-seven-year-old Robert arrives at St George's Hospital, London after colliding with a car on his motorbike. Scans show he has a bleed on the brain, a broken jaw, and two missing teeth, and he faces potentially life-changing injuries and extensive surgery. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mary collapsed in the street on the way to work and hit her head. Doctors need to establish whether it is simple fainting, or whether something more sinister is to blame, with tests revealing she will need a pacemaker fitted. Plus, 27-year-old Jessica comes to A&E with a wound that will not heal, after having a lumpectomy to remove breast cancer tissue two months ago
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 17/24

Fifty-nine-year-old Charulata is rushed to A&E after collapsing at home with signs of a stroke. She has a history of strokes, diabetes, and is awaiting a heart bypass, so doctors send her for a CT scan to find out what has happened. Twenty-eight-year-old carpenter Luke - who has epilepsy - arrives after cutting his finger at work. Although his girlfriend Stacy says it looks like a paper cut, he is worried it may trigger a seizure. Meanwhile, 75-year-old Anne comes to St George's after falling and hurting her arm on holiday
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Rating: 7.5
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Cafe 36
Season 2 Episode 11/14

The chef travels to La Grange, a suburb of Chicago, to help the owners of Cafe 36, an upmarket bistro threatening to destroy the marriage of its owners due to the scale of their financial losses. The head chef's attitude to quality control is driving customers away, and it is up to Gordon Ramsay to turn the business around
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
1:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 20/24

Thirty-seven-year-old Robert arrives at St George's Hospital, London after colliding with a car on his motorbike. Scans show he has a bleed on the brain, a broken jaw, and two missing teeth, and he faces potentially life-changing injuries and extensive surgery. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mary collapsed in the street on the way to work and hit her head. Doctors need to establish whether it is simple fainting, or whether something more sinister is to blame, with tests revealing she will need a pacemaker fitted. Plus, 27-year-old Jessica comes to A&E with a wound that will not heal, after having a lumpectomy to remove breast cancer tissue two months ago
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
2:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 10 Episode 17/24

Fifty-nine-year-old Charulata is rushed to A&E after collapsing at home with signs of a stroke. She has a history of strokes, diabetes, and is awaiting a heart bypass, so doctors send her for a CT scan to find out what has happened. Twenty-eight-year-old carpenter Luke - who has epilepsy - arrives after cutting his finger at work. Although his girlfriend Stacy says it looks like a paper cut, he is worried it may trigger a seizure. Meanwhile, 75-year-old Anne comes to St George's after falling and hurting her arm on holiday
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 10 Episode 4/8

Jack Osbourne, Uri Geller, Tim Minchin and Holly Walsh join regular team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford to answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country. Irreverent panel show, hosted by Jimmy Carr
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7

Sat 28 Oct

8:55am
Kirstie's Handmade Treasures
Season 1 Episode 3/22

Kirstie Allsopp visits the Nidderdale agricultural show in the Yorkshire Dales, where she learns how to make her own pork pies and sausages. However, her success jeopardised by problems the evening before the event
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.2
9:30am
Best Laid Plans
Season 1 Episode 1/

New series. Architectural designer Charlie Luxton and property developer Sophie Morgan come to the aid of homeowners whose large-scale renovations have hit stumbling blocks
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9
10:25am
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 12/31

Francophiles Madeline and Andy Morton from Portsmouth are looking for a holiday home they can fly or drive to in the rural landscapes of the Charente region in west-central France. With cash savings of £45,000, they're hoping for a traditional two-bedroom home with charm and character. Scarlette Douglas shows them five properties, hoping that one will be their dream house
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
11:35am
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 22/31

Jonnie Irwin searches Lot-et-Garonne in south-west of France for Karen Wright and Philip Johnston, who dream of retiring to the country. They have £100,000, but that isn't just for them. The property needs to be large enough for their five dogs - and to accommodate even more as they have a dream of fostering rescue pooches
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
12:35pm
A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun
Season 2015 Episode 20/31

Property expert Jasmine Harman helps Steph Fessey and Andy Wynn from Hampshire search for a property on Portugal's Silver Coast within a budget of £100,000. The couple are looking for a house with a spacious garden for when their children and grandchildren visit, as well as views of the countryside
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
1:40pm
Coast vs Country
Season 1 Episode 24/30

Sara Damergi and Kerr Drummond advise Tony and Debbie, an indecisive couple who want to move to East Sussex on their budget of £350,000
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.3
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 11/20

Another selection of B&B owners take it in turns as hosts to decide which of their establishments provides the best value for money. The contest begins at Knockaloe Beg Farm on the Isle of Man, where owners Fiona and John Anderson hope their guests will embrace their green ethos. They kick things off with an afternoon of laser mayhem, and continue the fun the next day by following breakfast with hands-on animal antics
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
3:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 12/20

The guests head to The Arches on the Isle of Man for their second stay, where owner Phil Routledge hopes to wow them with scenic views and scuba diving at the B&B's own pool. However, some of the owners are dismayed by modern gadgets with a lack of instructions, and even find cobwebs in their rooms
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 13/20

The contestants arrive at the Trafford in Blackpool, owned by Robbie and John Welling, who are proud of their traditional `bucket and spade' B&B. The guests are pleasantly surprised, even if previous host Phil is intent on finding dust as a bit of tit-for-tat retaliation, and the afternoon is spent learning the art of making sticks of rock
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 14/20

Host Julie welcomes the contestants to Sheepy Lodge, Warwickshire, where they are shocked by their surroundings, and disappointed by a variety of things in the rooms. The host puts on some old-fashioned parlour games, before a fierce hide-and-seek contest erupts. At breakfast, Julie frets when she must prepare poached eggs, and is left emotional after the feedback
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Rating: 3.9
4:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 9 Episode 15/20

The rival B&B owners meet to settle some scores and discover what they have been paid. Knockaloe Beg Farm owners Fiona and John Anderson tackle criticisms of a missing host at breakfast, and Phil Routledge from The Arches on the Isle of Man takes on Robbie and John Welling from The Trafford in Blackpool about their `forensic investigation'. After some heated discussion, the winner is announced
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Rating: 3.9
5:20pm
Come Dine with Me
South London
Season 26 Episode 51/65

Divorce lawyer Michelle Camacho hosts the first dinner party in south London, where she hopes that her 1970s menu of duck a l'orange and coleslaw, vegetables and a Bloody Mary sorbet for dessert will help to secure her the £1,000 prize
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Rating: 5.1
5:55pm
Come Dine with Me
South London
Season 26 Episode 52/65

Pub manager and artist Matt Wren hosts the second evening in south London, but his dinner party is beset by disasters in the kitchen and arguing guests at the dinner table when Michelle and Licia have a spat. However, one of the five takes a liking to another of the contestants
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Rating: 5.1
6:25pm
Come Dine with Me
South London
Season 26 Episode 53/65

Licia Snow hosts the third party in south London, and hopes to impress her guests with rustic and homely touches during her laid-back evening. However, her relaxed and calm approach could be threatened when she clashes with Michelle at the dinner table
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Rating: 5.1
6:55pm
Come Dine with Me
South London
Season 26 Episode 54/65

Raphael Steele hosts the fourth night in south London and hopes that his first-ever dinner party will be a success. He plans a Caribbean evening based on old family recipes featuring ackee, saltfish and curried goat, and organises steel drum music for entertainment
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Rating: 5.1
7:30pm
Come Dine with Me
South London
Season 26 Episode 55/65

Swedish businesswoman Charlotte Sundberg hosts the final party in south London. Her tactics are to present a night full of schnapps, folk songs and classic cuisine from her Scandinavian homeland, which she hopes will help her scoop the cash prize
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Rating: 5.1
8:00pm
Britain's Medieval Vampires
A fresh look at disturbing rituals from Britain's past, which may show that Dracula's roots lay in fact rather than fiction. This chilling documentary brings together medieval manuscripts, new archaeological finds and a shocking interview with a real-life vampire slayer, with the evidence pointing towards the possibility that there was a belief in vampires in medieval England
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9:00pm
A Very British Witchcraft
Historian and leading expert in Pagan studies Professor Ronald Hutton explores the story of Wicca, one of Britain's fastest growing religious groups, and of its creator, an Englishman called Gerald Gardner. Hutton focuses on Gardner's story and experiences first-hand modern pagan witchcraft's growing influence throughout the country today
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Rating: 2.7
10:05pm
Sarah Millican: Thoroughly Modern Millican Live
Stand-up performance, recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo during the comedienne's 2012 UK tour. Anecdotes include life's humdrum curiosities, the wonders of making a home-made treadmill, the reasons for carrying spare pants and the practicalities of an orgy
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Rating: 2.3
11:05pm
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 2/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and Roisin Conaty compete against Jon Richardson and Nish Kumar. Adam Buxton joins the show's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
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Rating: 7.4
12:05am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 3/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and David O'Doherty compete against Jon Richardson and Natasia Demetriou. John Kearns joins Countdown's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
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Rating: 7.4
1:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 2/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and Roisin Conaty compete against Jon Richardson and Nish Kumar. Adam Buxton joins the show's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
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Rating: 7.4
1:10am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Casa Roma
Season 2 Episode 9/14

Fiery chef Gordon Ramsay comes to the aid of a mother-and-son team who have gone through 20 chefs in two years at their struggling Italian restaurant in California. The adjoining bar is a triumph, but the oldest dining establishment in town needs an overhaul if the inexperienced owners are to make a profit
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Rating: 5.1
2:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 10 Episode 3/5

Jimmy Carr hosts the popular quiz as Sean Lock and David O'Doherty compete against Jon Richardson and Natasia Demetriou. John Kearns joins Countdown's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
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Rating: 7.4
3:05am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 10 Episode 5/8

Jimmy Carr hosts the irreverent comedy panel show, in which team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford are joined by guests Carol Vorderman, Myleene Klass, Russell Kane and Rufus Hound to answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country
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Rating: 7