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Sun 17 Dec

8:55am
Jamie's Festive Feast
Jamie Oliver prepares a variety of dishes that are ideal for lazy winter days, from simple one-pot wonders like Bloody Mary beef to winter warmers such as oozy cheesy pasta. Also on the menu are breakfast waffles with hot chocolate and fiesta tacos. Plus, ideas for party meals, from posh pork kebabs to Keralan fish curry
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Rating: 1
10:00am
Kirstie's Handmade Christmas
Season 3 Episode 2/3

Kirstie heads to the Waddesdon Manor Christmas Fair in Buckinghamshire, visiting countless Christmas stalls with thousands of homemade culinary delights and handcrafted seasonal gifts. Later, Kirstie tries her hand at some Christmas crafts, creating handmade decorations and presents, along with an array of festive food
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Rating: 5.2
11:00am
Come Dine with Me
South-east London
Season 20 Episode 86/140

Jules Hobbs hosts the first festive dinner party from south-east London, focusing on a `glitz and glamour' theme. She dishes up Santa's Cheeky Lobster Surprise, before unveiling the evening's entertainment - dancing girls who sing Christmas songs to the bemused guests
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Rating: 5.1
11:35am
Come Dine with Me
South-east London
Season 20 Episode 87/140

Eccentric banker Tom Judge hosts the second dinner party in south-east London. He hopes his Dickensian Christmas-themed evening, complete with bell-ringing, kazoo playing, a dead eel as a table decoration and `Mr Fizzy Wigs' punch, will win him the £1,000 prize
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Rating: 5.1
12:05pm
Come Dine with Me
South-east London
Season 20 Episode 88/140

History buff John Stevens presents the third festive dinner party from south-east London, where his guests are given the chance to experience an authentic taste of wartime austerity with a 1941-style Christmas - but how will they feel about the simple rations they are forced to eat as part of the host's theme for the night?
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Rating: 5.1
12:40pm
Come Dine with Me
South-east London
Season 20 Episode 89/140

Personal assistant Kate Kershaw hosts the fourth festive dinner party from south-east London, asking her guests to come dressed as their favourite Christmas word - but tensions rise when they discover a surprising secret in her wardrobe
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Rating: 5.1
1:10pm
Come Dine with Me
South-east London
Season 20 Episode 90/140

Fun-loving salesman Charlie Spiteri hosts the final festive dinner party in south-east London. A stylish offering of oysters and champagne on arrival impresses his guests, but the cook encounters problems with an ambitious three-bird roast. However, he hopes his snow machine and festive capers will be enough for him to take the £1,000 prize
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Rating: 5.1
1:40pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 31/45

The contest begins at the King's Head in Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire, where landlady Helen Coy and her bar manager and best friend Emma Green are pulling out all the stops to win. The B&B owners are taken back to their childhood at the funfair, At dinner, B&B beginners Louise and Andy Macbeth rattle nerves when Louise reveals her past career as a hospitality journalist - leaving pub veteran Helen less than impressed
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Rating: 3.9
2:10pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 32/45

B&B newcomers Andy and Louise Macbeth invite their rival hoteliers to spend the night at the dog-friendly Beck Hall in North Yorkshire, where an extra-critical Helen and Emma discover what they believe to be stray dog hairs in their bed. A fishing trip makes Terri feel a little out of sorts, and when the time arrives for feedback, the managers are surprised to learn two of their guests have indicated they would not come back for a second stay
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Rating: 3.9
2:45pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 33/45

The contestants travel to the Albaston in Torquay for the third day of the competition, where they are welcomed by owners and avid souvenir collectors, Kevin and Julie Shadbolt. Terri and Stuart are impressed by their room, but are startled by the memorabilia in the communal lounge, and expectations are raised at dinner when Kevin reveals he has a secret recipe for success when it comes to breakfast. However, at feedback the next day, tensions begin to rise
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Rating: 3.9
3:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 34/45

The final stay of the week is in Bournemouth, at Terri and Stewart's specialist dance holiday venue the Hotel Piccadilly, where a class in the grand ballroom soon has the guests in a spin. However, temperatures rise over dinner when the simmering tension between Louise and Helen finally boils over
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 35/45

The owners meet up for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. King's Head landlady Helen challenges Louise and Andy about the problems they reported on cleanliness in the bathroom. while Louise and Andy from Beck Hall get hot under the collar when the others criticise their dog-friendly approach
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Come Dine with Me
Season 28 Episode 76/85

On the first night in Peterborough, 39-year-old land surveyor and part-time musician Muneer hopes to win over his guests with a menu based on Pakistani recipes passed down through his family for generations. The authenticity extends beyond his food, with Muneer seating his guests on the floor of his specially dressed dining room. His guests include driving instructor Christine, hairdresser Ben, fiery Brazilian Rosie and fridge salesman Gregory. While his food receives mixed reviews, His guests discover his master plan for musical success, suffer bad jokes and find out that one of their fellow diners believes in mermaids
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Rating: 5.1
4:50pm
Come Dine with Me
Season 28 Episode 77/85

In Peterborough, driving instructor Christine hopes her vegetarian cuisine will grab her the £1,000 prize. But she's worried about being in the firing line, after Rosie compared Muneer's food to vomit on the first night. Now Moony's determined to give Rosie a public dressing down. However, with everyone dreading Christine's meat-free and bland-sounding menu, Rosie may not be the only one who has to bite her lip
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Rating: 5.1
5:20pm
Come Dine with Me
Season 28 Episode 78/85

In Peterborough, mobile hairdresser Ben plans a gourmet night. Most of his guests are looking forward to some meat after Christine's vegetarian feast the night before. And after laid-back Muneer and critical Rosie seem to have put their tension behind them at Christine's, Ben's determined to take things up a notch as he entertains his guests with his amazing body art, cooking skills and pet crabs
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Rating: 5.1
5:55pm
Come Dine with Me
Season 28 Episode 79/85

Fridge salesman Gregory serves up a Spanish menu in Peterborough, accompanied by a charm offensive that he hopes will win him the £1,000 prize. Will it work or will the guests give him the cold shoulder?
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Rating: 5.1
6:25pm
Come Dine with Me
Season 28 Episode 80/85

Fiery Brazilian Rosie hosts the final meal in Peterborough, but her brutally honest critiques have ruffled a few feathers throughout the week, leaving her guests in picky moods
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Rating: 5.1
6:55pm
Kirstie's Handmade Christmas
Kirstie Allsopp features craft and recipe ideas, including a handmade fairy of dazzling detail and delicate diorama baubles, a recipe for salmon, a cocktail masterclass, and some Scandinavian baking. Plus, hand-printed wrapping paper, ceramic birds and bespoke Christmas cards
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Rating: 5.2
8:00pm
999: On the Frontline
Season 1 Episode 8/10

In Warwickshire, a man falls from a horse, which then falls on him, while an intoxicated man overdoses on paracetamol, but would rather have another drink then go to hospital
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Rating: 8.1
9:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 4/8

The A&E documentary series turns its attention to caring and kindness at St George's Hospital in south-west London, highlighting altruistic acts from staff, patients and visitors alike. A 13-year-old cyclist experiencing bouts of unconsciousness is sent for a CT scan, and 84-year-old Ursula, who was born in Germany, arrives in resus having lost a lot of blood during a series of severe nose-bleeds. Plus, 76-year-old Margaret is brought in to St George's after suffering a suspected stroke during a routine appointment at another hospital, and the doctors must quickly administer a clot-busting drug if they are to prevent further damage to her brain
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Rating: 7.4
10:00pm
999: What's Your Emergency?
Season 3 Episode 10/13

This edition focuses on the rise in violent crime across the UK and the increase in attacks on police officers. PCs Matt Ambrose and Mike Lowe are dispatched to a house in Crewe following reports of a man threatening his ex-partner with a gun, and later are called to a local sports club where a brawl is underway and they find themselves dangerously outnumbered. PC Claire Heatley arrests a male motorcyclist suspected of drink-driving, but becomes the victim of a vicious assault when the suspect headbutts her
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Rating: 7.6
11:10pm
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 8 Episode 1/4

Jimmy Carr hosts as team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson join forces with Jason Manford and Roisin Conaty respectively. Sam Simmons helps 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
12:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 8 Episode 2/4

Jimmy Carr invites Sean Lock and Rob Beckett to go up against Jon Richardson and Cariad Lloyd in the comedy panel show's version of the words-and-numbers quiz. Jamie Laing 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
1:15am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
The Olde Stone Mill
Season 1 Episode 9/10

The fiery chef tries to change the fortunes of the Olde Stone Mill restaurant in Tuckahoe, New York, which is struggling to attract customers, leading to debts of nearly $1million. Gordon feels the owner is more interested in his own appearance than how his food tastes and a screaming match ensues
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Rating: 5.1
2:10am
Ramsay's Hotel Hell
Season 3 Episode 8/8

Gordon Ramsay travels to Loudonville, Ohio, to rescue Landoll's Mohican Castle, a custom-built, multimillion-dollar hotel set in an 1100-acre woodland estate. Co-owner Marta is struggling, having been left with the entire burden of running such a large establishment alone. Can Gordon persuade her son Jimmy to finally take the reins and turn this business around before the family legacy is destroyed?
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Rating: 2.6
3:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 16 Episode 2/10

Jimmy Carr hosts the irreverent panel show, with team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson joined by Richard Hammond, Carol Vorderman, Paul Foot and Matt Forde to see who best understands what is going on in Britain
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Rating: 7

Mon 18 Dec

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 9 Episode 7/8

Jimmy Doherty visits Italy to assess why Parmesan costs up to twice as much as supermarket cheddar and Kate Quilton travels to Hungary and Spain to find out exactly where paprika comes from. Plus, Matt Tebbutt looks at the best and quickest ways to remove the shell from a hard-boiled egg
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Rating: 5.4
9:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 1 Episode 16/20

The contest begins at the contemporary Fraoch House in Edinburgh, where Gareth Houston and his mother Heather Davidson hope to impress the guests with their stylish interiors and modern approach to hospitality
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Rating: 3.9
10:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 1 Episode 17/20

A pair of newlywed B&B owners invite their rivals to a traditional establishment in Marple, Greater Manchester, hoping its quaint location will be enough to secure the prize. However, the guests soon make it abundantly clear that it will take more than an idyllic setting to fulfil their expectations
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Rating: 3.9
10:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 1 Episode 18/20

Suzy Way, the owner of a modern and unconventional B&B near Loughborough, Leicestershire, and her sister Niki Brown prepare an activity-packed day featuring water sport wakeboarding and a home-made curry to win their guests over
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Rating: 3.9
11:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 1 Episode 19/20

John Benson is the last to host the group at his B&B in Braintree, Essex, where he hopes his strong business sense and capable manager will make a good impression. A day out at a skidpan track is not to everyone's liking, but dinner is a more relaxed affair, enhanced by spooky stories and a sing-song
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Rating: 3.9
11:40am
Four in a Bed
Season 1 Episode 20/20

The four sets of owners discover what the other competitors think of their businesses by opening the cash-filled envelopes, which contain what their rivals believe their hosts should receive. They meet for one last time to learn who has won the best value B&B of the week
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Rating: 3.9
12:10pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Nerja
Season 2014 Episode 5/30

Sara Damergi meets recently divorced Rajula Jasani, who is ready for a fresh start and looks at what is on the market in and around the Spanish coastal town of Nerja. The property buyer plans to invest £100,000 in a second home that she can use with her twin sons and friends, and possibly relocate to in the future
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Rating: 2.8
1:15pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Northern Costa Blanca
Season 2014 Episode 9/30

Presenter Sara Damergi goes house-hunting on Spain's Costa Blanca for Viv and Steve Jenkins, who have a budget of £130,000 and want a property they can use for holidays and their eventual retirement
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Rating: 2.8
2:20pm
Time Team
Preston, Lancashire: The Bombers in the Marsh
Season 12 Episode 3/13

Warton Marsh, near Preston in Lancashire, was the scene of a fatal mid-air collision between two American bombers in 1944. An attempt by Tony Robinson and the team to establish the cause of the disaster sees them digging the aircraft out of 6ft of mud and interviewing local eyewitnesses and US pilots
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Rating: 8.5
3:25pm
Time Team
Drumlanrig, Dumfries: Fighting on the Frontier
Season 12 Episode 4/13

Tony Robinson and the team embark on an excavation close to Drumlanrig Castle, near Dumfries, where the Duke of Buccleuch discovered what he believes may be the remains of a huge Roman fort. They have three days to investigate their host's suspicions - which if confirmed would make it the most northerly example of its type ever found, and change current understanding of Roman history in Scotland
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Rating: 8.5
4:30pm
The Great British Bake Off
Pastry Week
Season 8 Episode 6/10

In week six there's a savoury signature, where contestants must impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with style and substance. There's also a multi-layered technical, and an ambitious final challenge, in which the bakers make a traditional pie. Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are with the contestants every step of the way, ready with a pertinent pep talk or just a sympathetic shoulder to cry on. Also, Sandi heads abroad to discover how some unusual habits have inspired a classic pastry treat
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Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
Jamie's Best Ever Christmas
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Two-part special brought to life with animation, in which Jamie Oliver presents his favourite festive recipes. In the first edition, the chef focuses on Christmas Day food, demonstrating how to prepare a traditional turkey dinner with roast potatoes, gravy and vegetables. He also offers tips on making desserts including chocolate truffles and mince pies, as well as mulled wine
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Rating: 1.4
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 10 Episode 5/

Noel Fitzpatrick treats a six-year-old shih-tzu that can barely walk due to the severe arthritis in its hip, as well as a family Labrador suffering osteoarthritis in all four legs. He also helps a four-month-old German shepherd with a genetic disease affecting its joints - but the test results are worse than the professor feared and It will require all his surgical skills to repair
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 11 Episode 5/12

Kevin McCloud meets estate manager Ed Waghorn and his wife Rowena, a couple living an almost self-sufficient life with their four children on a smallholding in Herefordshire. They have been constructing a timber-framed house using recycled materials, wood from nearby forests and stone from around the site, but as construction becomes a way of life for Ed, they seem to have lost sight of their goal
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
A Big Lego Christmas
Documentary going behind the scenes in the run-up to the opening of the world's biggest Lego store in London's Leicester store, following Duncan - Britain's only certified Lego professional - who is attempting to build a giant model of Tower Bridge using nearly six million bricks. The film also meets Sophie and Michael, two adult fans who unashamedly maintain their love for the brick, and designer Justin, whose first kit - a re-imagining of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine - prepares to hit the shelves
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Rating: 8
10:00pm
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Christmas Special
Jimmy Carr hosts a festive edition of the comedy panel show's version of the popular and long-running words-and-numbers quiz. Regular team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by guests Johnny Vegas and Katherine Ryan to provide more comic innuendos, festive surprises and laughs aplenty. Countdown's resident lexicographer Susie Dent takes her usual place in Dictionary Corner with David O'Doherty, while mathematics whizz Rachel Riley is on hand to provide the letters and numbers
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Rating: 7.4
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 7/8

Junior doctor Simon is concerned 40-year-old doorman Alfred, who was stabbed multiple times outside the social club where he works, may have internal injuries. Eighteen-year-old student George is brought into resus with blood coming from his ear and behaving erratically, following a fight at a party, and is sent for an urgent scan when consultant Phil becomes worried he may have a life-threatening bleed on his brain
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Rating: 7.4
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Giuseppi's
Season 2 Episode 1/14

The chef heads to family owned Italian restaurant Giuseppi's in Macomb Township, Michigan. Father and son Joe and Sam Borgia's constant fighting is driving customers away, and Gordon discovers one of the restaurateurs is concealing a serious health problem. Nevertheless, he sets about rescuing them from disaster and turning around the failing business
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Rating: 5.1
1:05am
A Big Lego Christmas
Documentary going behind the scenes in the run-up to the opening of the world's biggest Lego store in London's Leicester store, following Duncan - Britain's only certified Lego professional - who is attempting to build a giant model of Tower Bridge using nearly six million bricks. The film also meets Sophie and Michael, two adult fans who unashamedly maintain their love for the brick, and designer Justin, whose first kit - a re-imagining of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine - prepares to hit the shelves
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Rating: 8
2:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 7/8

Junior doctor Simon is concerned 40-year-old doorman Alfred, who was stabbed multiple times outside the social club where he works, may have internal injuries. Eighteen-year-old student George is brought into resus with blood coming from his ear and behaving erratically, following a fight at a party, and is sent for an urgent scan when consultant Phil becomes worried he may have a life-threatening bleed on his brain
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Rating: 7.4
3:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut
Season 16 Episode 3/9

An extended edition of the comedy panel show. Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by guests Helen Flanagan, Henning Wehn, Miles Jupp and Alex Brooker to see who best understands what is going on in Britain today. Jimmy Carr hosts
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Rating: 6.6

Tue 19 Dec

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 10 Episode 1/

The team returns to uncover more unusual, intriguing and surprising secrets behind mass-produced food. Kate Quilton is in Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory to find out how crocodiles are farmed for their meat, while Jimmy Doherty travels to Grimsby and Iceland as he investigates whether It's possible to make oil from salmon or haddock livers instead of the more traditional cod. Plus, Matt Tebbutt examines why bagels taste so different to bread despite the ingredients being virtually the same
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Rating: 5.4
9:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 1/20

The competition gets underway at Springbank Guest House in Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, where Susan Torkington offers her guests the chance to learn the art of cheerleading. However, the jovial atmosphere is ruined when three stray hairs leave her fuming by leaving time
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Rating: 3.9
10:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 2/20

The Old Dairy in Bishops Barton, Somerset, run by former IT consultant Liz Cannon, is the venue for the second day of the competition. The guests encounter a digging session, a big argument and a close encounter with a hot teapot
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Rating: 3.9
10:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 3/20

The third visit is to the Toll House B&B in Saffron Walden, Essex, which is owned by Laurie and Carole Poole, featuring a competitive art session and a disturbed night's sleep for some of the guests. However, the plentiful breakfast proves to be a winner
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Rating: 3.9
11:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 4/20

Maria Ettridge hosts the final visit at the Roebuck in Marchwood, Hampshire, where she hopes to entertain her guests with an afternoon lesson in woodland survival skills. However, things go downhill when they are unimpressed with their rooms and two of the contestants clash over dinner
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Rating: 3.9
11:40am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 5/20

The B&B owners meet for the final time to discover what their guests chose to pay. Tempers flare as the payments are revealed, and the contestants take the chance to settle some scores
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Rating: 3.9
12:10pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Orihuela Costa
Season 2014 Episode 9/30

Sara Damergi helps John and Julia Baxter search for a retirement home in the Orihuela Costa area of Spain. The couple are desperate to escape the cold British winters, and have a budget of £100,000 to spend on the right property
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Rating: 2.8
1:15pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Torrevieja
Season 2014 Episode 10/30

School cook Sandra Bracken looks to invest in the Spanish property market and is convinced the time is right to buy her dream holiday pad in Torrevieja on the Costa Blanca. Sara Damergi shows the potential buyer and her sister Susan a selection of options on the market for £45,000 or less
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Rating: 2.8
2:20pm
Time Team
Northborough, Peterborough: A Neolithic Cathedral?
Season 12 Episode 5/13

The experts investigate a mysterious pattern of ditches on the fens near Peterborough, which could mark out a 6,000-year-old religious site. They are joined by historian and broadcaster Francis Pryor as they explore as much of the ancient structure as possible in three days - and try to uncover the mystery of the so-called Neolithic cathedral. Presented by Tony Robinson
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Rating: 8.5
3:25pm
Time Team
River Hamble, Hampshire: Grace Dieu - In Search of Henry V's Flagship
Season 12 Episode 6/13

Tony Robinson and the crew visit Southampton to excavate the remains of a medieval vessel suspected to be Henry V's flagship, the Grace Dieu. With only three days to determine its identity and exact size, Tony and Phil Harding get to work underwater, while ancient-wood expert Damien Goodburn tries to replicate the style of construction used to build the ship
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Rating: 8.5
4:30pm
The Great British Bake Off
Italian Week
Season 8 Episode 7/10

The amateur cooks take part in Italian week, which culminates in a fiddly showstopper in the hottest temperatures ever recorded in the tent. Before that, under the ever watchful gaze of judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, the contestants dish up a Sicilian signature that gets them all hot under the collar and a deceptively tricky technical. Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig are on hand to keep the bakers in line as the pressure of reaching the final stages of the competition intensifies
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Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
Jamie's Best Ever Christmas
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Concluding part of the festive culinary programme, which blends live action with animation. Jamie Oliver prepares a selection of his favourite festive food, including his grandmother's recipe for Boxing Day brunch, and Caribbean-inspired jerk ham, as well as pancakes, strudels, Asian salads, clementine jelly and refreshing party drinks
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Rating: 1.4
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 10 Episode 6/

Documentary following the work of pioneering veterinary practice Fitzpatrick Referrals in Surrey, where veterinary surgeon Noel Fitzpatrick and his team help difficult-to-cure pets. Noel treats a Labrador suffering with severe arthritis in its elbow, and suggests using stem cells to help with the inflammation, while one of the team's senior neurologists deals with a Chihuahua born with fluid on the brain. Plus, a man comes all the way from France with his Labrador cross, which requires high-end surgery for elbow dysplasia
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Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 10 Episode 9/14

Kevin McCloud revisits a project undertaken by Daren Howarth and Adi Nortje, a couple who moved from Brighton to Brittany to create an earth-sheltered house built almost entirely from recycled materials. Their aim was to enlist the help of unskilled volunteers to work on the home, in exchange for teaching them construction techniques to keep down the costs. The presenter returns to learn how their experiment turned out
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
David Jason's Secret Service
Season 1 Episode 3/3

From hi-tech intelligence to undercover ops, the actor reveals how masterminds of the Second World War defeated Hitler with their problem-solving. Last in the series
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Rating: 5.5
10:00pm
It Was Alright In
It Was Alright in the 1970s
Season 3 Episode 3/3

Matt Lucas narrates this look at the programmes that flirted with danger during the decade, including Blue Peter, which carried on filming as a fire broke out live on air, while The Fun of the Fair showed teenage girls riding motorcycles through burning hoops. At the same time government-produced public information films petrified viewers with scary scenarios of possible accidents in the home. Contributors include Robin Askwith, Liza Goddard, Oona King, Clive Anderson, Philippa Perry, Samira Ahmed, Ellie Taylor and Angela Barnes
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Rating: 5.9
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 6/8

The emergency room documentary continues, highlighting the stories of people facing adversity head-on. Erin, a 61-year-old former cancer patient with an ear infection, is rushed to St George's Hospital after she collapsed at home. Doctors fear the condition may have spread to her brain, and send her for a CT scan to find out more. Tony, a 70-year-old part-time DJ, arrives in A&E after being involved in a high-speed bicycle accident while training for a 100-mile charity bike ride, and Charlie, a 39-year-old cabin crew worker, turns up at the hospital complaining of unbearable pain after discharging himself during a previous visit, and removing the cast fitted to support his broken arm
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Rating: 7.4
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Handlebar
Season 2 Episode 2/14

Gordon Ramsay comes to the aid of a restaurant in Mount Sinai, New York, which appears to be stuck in the 1980s. The crumbling decor and unenthusiastic head chef at the Handlebar need to be tackled, but owners Bill and Carolyn LeRoy are in denial about the problems they face
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Rating: 5.1
1:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 8 Episode 4/4

Jimmy Carr invites Sean Lock and Isy Suttie to go up against Jon Richardson and Richard Osman in the comedy panel show's version of the words-and-numbers quiz. Alex Horne and the Horne Section join resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
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Rating: 7.4
2:15am
David Jason's Secret Service
Season 1 Episode 3/3

From hi-tech intelligence to undercover ops, the actor reveals how masterminds of the Second World War defeated Hitler with their problem-solving. Last in the series
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Rating: 5.5
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats
Season 17 Episode 1/9

Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy panel show, joined by team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson and guests Paul Hollywood, Dawn O'Porter, Joe Wilkinson and Rob Beckett, to discuss and dissect the events that have set the British public's chins wagging
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Rating: 7

Wed 20 Dec

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 10 Episode 2/

Jimmy Doherty visits one of Kenya's largest tea plantations and discovers that tea comes in multiple grades and flavours, and every batch can be subtly different. Matt Tebbutt dives in Cornwall for the edible seaweed that has started cropping up on supermarket shelves and Kate Quilton heads to Slovenia and Northern Ireland, eager to learn about the increasing use of rosemary in foodstuffs
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Rating: 5.4
9:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 6/20

The competition heads to Anglesey, where best pals Richard Tuke and Susan Hatch hope to show that Blackthorn Farm B&B, which they own, is better than any of their guests' establishments. However, they find that their close friendship is scrutinised even more than their property
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Rating: 3.9
10:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 7/20

The White Swan Hotel in Yeadon, West Yorkshire, is the second stop of the competition, and owners Graham and Barbara Yellow hope their basic facilities and affordable prices will please their guests. Spiritual couple Malcolm and Fiona Piers-Taylor get good vibes from their room, Rachel Lonergan views the hosts in a new light and breakfast is well received by the contestants, despite having to pay a supplement fee
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Rating: 3.9
10:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 8/20

Vegetarians Malcolm and Fiona Piers-Taylor host at the Old Mill House B&B in Bridport, Dorset, and both come under attack at dinner when Malcolm voices his opinions on meat eating. In the morning, a meditation session gets a mixed response, and most of the guests are left cold by the vegetarian buffet breakfast
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Rating: 3.9
11:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 9/20

Rachel and Dan Lonergan welcome their guests to the Brighton Inn, East Sussex, where they hope to offer a luxury, boutique experience. Malcolm and Fiona Piers-Taylor give their room a thorough inspection, before the groups learns the art of building a human pyramid in the afternoon's activity. At breakfast, they discover a lack of vegetarian alternatives, and the hosts suspect game-playing when they are shocked by some negative feedback
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Rating: 3.9
11:40am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 10/20

The B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and find out how much they have been paid. Richard and Susan are keen to tackle the bathroom issues of Barbara and Graham, who bask in the comments from Malcolm and Fiona. The Old Mill House proprietors defend their vegetarian breakfast routine, but serve up snobby feedback to Rachel and Dan from the Brighton Inn
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Rating: 3.9
12:10pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Mijas
Season 2014 Episode 12/30

Sara Damergi helps a Stockport couple with a budget of £113,000 search for a holiday apartment in their favourite town of Mijas in Spain. Joanne and Andy Green have spent their vacations there for more than a decade
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Rating: 2.8
1:15pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Eastern Algarve
Season 2014 Episode 11/30

Sara Damergi shows Essex-born Jackie and her Portuguese partner Hilario a selection of properties that fall within their £62,000 budget in the Eastern Algarve, where the couple want to buy their dream holiday home
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
2:20pm
Time Team
Standish, Gloucestershire: Going Upmarket with the Romans
Season 12 Episode 7/13

Tony Robinson and the crew scour a field near Standish in Gloucestershire for signs of a Roman villa. While plenty of evidence of the building has been found, there is no trace of the structure itself. As the archaeologists search the area, they uncover signs of habitation from the Iron Age to the Roman era and discover the story of a family that lived through a tumultuous period of social change
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Rating: 8.5
3:25pm
Time Team
Wemyss, Fife: Picts and Hermits
Season 12 Episode 8/13

Tony Robinson and the team explore Wemyss Caves in Fife, a landmark thought to have been inhabited by the Picts - a people so fearsome the Romans built Hadrian's Wall to keep them at bay. The experts examine the caverns, which are gradually eroding, hoping to find evidence of the native inhabitants, as well as the possibility of later occupants such as medieval Christian hermits and Jacobean nobles
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
4:30pm
The Great British Bake Off
Forgotten Bakes Week
Season 8 Episode 8/10

The remaining five bakers step back in time for Forgotten Bakes Week, facing the test of baking with unfamiliar recipes, with places in the semi-final at stake. They start with a sweet and savoury signature challenge, before Prue Leith sets a boozy technical and, for their final challenge, the bakers must produce an elaborate sponge showstopper that once graced the dining tables of high society. Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are on hand to help the bakers calm their nerves
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
Jamie's Festive Feast
Jamie Oliver prepares a variety of dishes that are ideal for lazy winter days, from simple one-pot wonders like Bloody Mary beef to winter warmers such as oozy cheesy pasta. Also on the menu are breakfast waffles with hot chocolate and fiesta tacos. Plus, ideas for party meals, from posh pork kebabs to Keralan fish curry
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 1
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 10 Episode 7/

A Great Dane comes to the clinic needing an operation on its spine, but when Noel Fitzpatrick discovers the dog has laryngeal paralysis, the prospect of surgery suddenly becomes much more complicated. There are also two Labradors in for treatment. One needs a knee replacement, while the other has a leg tumour that may require amputation. But there may be bad news
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 10 Episode 10/14

Kevin McCloud revisits carpenter Bill Bradley and his wife Sarah, who set out to build two timber houses on a very limited space on the site of an old wood workshop in south London. The presenter finds out whether their dream of a mortgage-free life came true despite the complications posed by the awkward location, and a soaring budget
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
Penelope Keith's Coastal Villages
Season 1 Episode 2/

Penelope discovers the seaside villages of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, visiting the island of Lindisfarne, Low Newton, and the medieval village of Warkworth
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
10:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 5/8

The documentary detailing the daily work of staff at St George's Hospital in south-west London continues, this time highlighting the stories of patients who received support from loved ones when life became tough. Gerald, a 66-year-old trained lifeguard and polo club official is rushed into A&E, having sustained a serious head wound after a 10-foot fall. The friends and family of 55-year-old Beverly gather at the hospital when she is admitted with a broken leg after being hit by a car near her home, and Paul, a 39-year-old father-of-three, arrives in resus with a nasty cut to his right arm. Paul complains that he is unable to move his fingers, leading staff to believe be may have significant tendon or nerve damage that could leave him permanently unable to use his hand
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Rating: 7.4
11:10pm
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Christmas Special
Jimmy Carr hosts this festive edition of the comedy panel show's twist of the words and numbers quiz, with actress Kathy Burke and comedian Russell Howard joining team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson. Joe Lycett joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Joe Wilkinson `assists' maths whizz Rachel Riley at the numbers board
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.4
12:15am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Sabatiello's
Season 2 Episode 3/14

The chef heads to Italian family restaurant Sabatiello's in Stamford, Connecticut, where the owner's fiery temper upsets the staff and has left him more than $1million in debt. Gordon's help is urgently needed to get customers back through the door, but the restaurateur does not take kindly to criticism and closes the restaurant down when his employees turn on him
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
1:10am
Penelope Keith's Coastal Villages
Season 1 Episode 2/

Penelope discovers the seaside villages of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, visiting the island of Lindisfarne, Low Newton, and the medieval village of Warkworth
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
2:15am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 5/8

The documentary detailing the daily work of staff at St George's Hospital in south-west London continues, this time highlighting the stories of patients who received support from loved ones when life became tough. Gerald, a 66-year-old trained lifeguard and polo club official is rushed into A&E, having sustained a serious head wound after a 10-foot fall. The friends and family of 55-year-old Beverly gather at the hospital when she is admitted with a broken leg after being hit by a car near her home, and Paul, a 39-year-old father-of-three, arrives in resus with a nasty cut to his right arm. Paul complains that he is unable to move his fingers, leading staff to believe be may have significant tendon or nerve damage that could leave him permanently unable to use his hand
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
3:15am
8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut
Season 16 Episode 5/9

An extended edition of a show from November 2013, hosted by Jimmy Carr. Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Alex Jones, Tinchy Stryder, David O'Doherty and Katherine Ryan to answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country, finding out who best understands what is going on in Britain today
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6

Thu 21 Dec

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 10 Episode 3/

Kate Quilton heads to Australia to investigate eucalyptus, which is found in throat lozenges and chewing gum, with a local farmer shows her the clever way the highly toxic plant is made safe for human consumption. Jimmy Doherty is in Poland to find out about sauerkraut, before learning about a remarkable new use for its juice in a French power station, while Matt Tebbutt examines whether coffee, tomatoes, potatoes or even red wine should be kept in the fridge
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4
9:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 11/20

The competition heads to Charing, Kent, where landlady Natalie Palmer hopes to show that her B&B, The Oak, is better than any of her guests' establishments. Everything starts off well when a couple are delighted to have enough room for their yoga mats, but the rest of the party are unimpressed with the extractor fans
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Rating: 3.9
10:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 12/20

The contestants visit the White Lady in Worstead, Norfolk, on their second night, where proprietor Dennis Gilligan tells his guests about a spooky presence that resides there. The guests get competitive in a round of clay shooting, and debate whether they believe in the existence of ghosts
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Rating: 3.9
10:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 13/20

The third visit of the week is to Cranleigh House B&B in Combe Martin, Devon, where former couple Katherine Armitage and Stewart Johnston offer alternative accommodation for those who enjoy yoga and are seeking spiritual enlightenment. They hope the group will send out energy for world peace and healing, but Mike and Denise question whether the whole thing is a joke
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Rating: 3.9
11:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 14/20

Mike and Denise Mitchell welcome the contestants to Beaches B&B in Paignton, Devon, which only opened for business a few weeks ago. Fellow competitor Katherine puts the owners through their paces at breakfast when she asks for something off the menu, and the hosts are pleasantly surprised at feedback time
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Rating: 3.9
11:40am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 15/20

The B&B owners come together for one last time to discover what they have been paid, and the identity of the winner. The Oak owner Natalie wants to know why some of her guests were not enthused by her extractor fans, but she herself receives aggression from Dennis over her criticism of the White Lady. Katherine and Stuart defend their vegetarian breakfast, and Mike and Denise deal with negative comments about their cereal selection
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Rating: 3.9
12:10pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Central Algarve
Season 2014 Episode 14/30

Sara Damergi helps Jane Dean and her daughter Laura, who are ready for a fresh start in a new location. Jane is keen to relocate to the Central Algarve region of Portugal, and has a budget of £189,000 to spend on the perfect home for the two of them
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
1:15pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Costa del Sol
Season 2014 Episode 17/30

Sara Damergi helps sisters Annabel and Victoria, who have a budget of £100,000, to find an accessible apartment on the Costa del Sol, where their parents once owned a holiday home
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
2:20pm
Time Team
St Osyth, Essex: Lost Centuries of St Osyth
Season 12 Episode 9/13

Tony Robinson and the team visit St Osyth, a village close to a 12th-century priory in Essex. However, the settlement itself only dates back to the 15th century and no trace of earlier habitation has ever been found - until now. A boatbuilder has discovered what appears to be the remains of a medieval wharf in the local river, which would suggest a busy town - and the archaeologists have three days to investigate
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
3:25pm
Time Team
The Puzzle of Pickett's Farm
Season 12 Episode 10/13

Tony Robinson and the team investigate the discovery of Roman jewellery and coins in a hilltop field near South Perrott in Dorset, convinced a temple once stood there. However, a search fails to produce any evidence of Roman settlements, instead revealing a Stone Age burial site
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
4:30pm
The Great British Bake Off
Patisserie Week
Season 8 Episode 9/10

It's the semi-final, and the four remaining bakers must set to work on producing 24 exquisite choux buns. Prue Leith has set a complex technical for her first semi-final that leaves everyone stumped. And there's a meringue sculpture showstopper where the bakers mustn't crack under pressure. Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig present, while Paul Hollywood passes judgement alongside Prue
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
Jamie's Night Before Christmas
Jamie Oliver returns to help the viewers raise their seasonal game with foolproof recipes and clever last-minute ways to improve their festive dishes. Having surveyed thousands of Brits to find out what ingredients they have bought, what is on their menus and what they already have in their cupboards, Jamie looks at what people fear most about cooking on Christmas Day - from getting the timings right to soggy roast potatoes or a dry turkey - and presents tips to make Christmas dinner classics taste better than ever
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.3
6:55pm
The Supervet
Season 10 Episode 8/

A two-year-old Bengal cat is rushed in after being hit by a car, and when it turns out to have a broken back and a dislocated spine, Noel Fitzpatrick agrees to do what he can - but he makes no promises. A German shepherd requires a total elbow replacement, a difficult operation using a custom printed implant system, and a rottweiler puppy is treated for a genetic condition that has destroyed the cartilage on its ankle bone
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 10 Episode 12/14

Kevin McCloud catches up with Mark and Debbie Sampson in the Lot region of France, to discover how their project of creating a house partly built of straw bales turned out. The couple wanted to use alternative green technology for all the construction work, but could barely communicate with their architect and struggled to integrate with the local community
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Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The actress travels from Cardigan Bay to Liverpool, visiting the heritage railway in Tywyn that was the inspiration for Thomas the Tank Engine and a community that is famous for knitting. She also paints a carriage in Boston Lodge, catches the famous Ffestiniog railway through Snowdonia, and visits Europe's fastest zip wire and largest pet cemetery. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.3
10:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 8/8

The medics treat 60-year-old diabetic Tony, who has an infected leg wound and must be assessed to ensure it doesn't spread, and three-year-old Billy, who has swollen eyes after accidentally squirting detergent in them. Also treated is 80-year-old Ida, who has pain in her knee, and doctors are concerned when an x-ray reveals a shadow on her bone, which requires further tests to rule out cancer
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
11:05pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 6 Episode 6/7

It's a busy Mother's Day at south London's King's College Hospital as 23-year-old builder Jamie is rushed in by paramedics having fallen from the roof of a three-storey building, landing on a brick wall. The team performs an emergency ultrasound to determine whether he has suffered internal injuries or fractured his ribs and spine, and spot a punctured lung that needs to be reinflated. Four-month-old Weston has been brought to paediatric A&E after suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting for more than 24 hours, while doctors suspect David, 74, has had a stroke. Junior doctor Matt looks after 80-year-old Daphne, who has dislocated her replacement hip
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Rating: 7.4
12:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Trobiano's
Season 2 Episode 4/14

The fiery chef comes to the aid of Anthony Trobiano, whose restaurant in Great Neck, New York, is failing even though his partner's parents have given him their life savings and he has taken out half a million dollars in loans. Gordon has some harsh criticism about the unhygienic kitchen and the quality of the food being served, but the owner has trouble accepting his advice
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
1:05am
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The actress travels from Cardigan Bay to Liverpool, visiting the heritage railway in Tywyn that was the inspiration for Thomas the Tank Engine and a community that is famous for knitting. She also paints a carriage in Boston Lodge, catches the famous Ffestiniog railway through Snowdonia, and visits Europe's fastest zip wire and largest pet cemetery. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.3
2:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 9 Episode 8/8

The medics treat 60-year-old diabetic Tony, who has an infected leg wound and must be assessed to ensure it doesn't spread, and three-year-old Billy, who has swollen eyes after accidentally squirting detergent in them. Also treated is 80-year-old Ida, who has pain in her knee, and doctors are concerned when an x-ray reveals a shadow on her bone, which requires further tests to rule out cancer
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
3:10am
8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut
Season 16 Episode 6/9

Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Roisin Conaty, Alex Brooker, Joe Wilkinson and Chris Ramsey to answer questions based on opinion polls carried out around the country, finding out who best understands what is going on in Britain today. Jimmy Carr hosts an extended edition of a show first shown in November 2013
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6

Fri 22 Dec

8:55am
Food Unwrapped
Season 10 Episode 4/

Kate Quilton learns some important differences between gelato and ice-cream at a parlour in Rome, while Jimmy Doherty visits Mauritius to find out about white and dark rum and learns where the term `proof' originally came from in relation to alcohol. Matt Tebbutt visits a traditional sweet factory in Blackburn to examine why his mouth goes cold when he sucks on a mint
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4
9:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 16/20

The competition heads to the Old Times Guesthouse in Ipswich, where mother-and-daughter duo Linda and Kelly Langdown hope a go-karting session will get the contest off to a flying start. However, a lack of breakfast options and corner-cutting on the guests' orders do not go down very well
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
10:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 17/20

The guests visit the Flower Pot in Sunbury-on-Thames on their second night, where owner Simon Bailey and French manager Pierre Cudon provide stylish continental-inspired accommodation, but the hosts are left puzzled by some of the feedback they receive the next morning
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
10:35am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 18/20

The third visit is to the family-run Dolphin Hotel in Exmouth, Devon, which has been a life's work for hotelier Jo Knowles. On arrival, Pat and Nigel find a suspicious stain, before the guests put on their war faces for a game of paintball. Jo takes everyone to a floating restaurant for dinner, and the next morning she presents a huge spread for breakfast - but her diners are suspicious that it has been laid on specially for the competition
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
11:05am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 19/20

The contestants stay at the Mariners Beachside B&B in Seaton, Devon, but are disappointed by the cleanliness of the property. They take part in a town-crying competition during the afternoon, and host Nigel feels under pressure to deliver his award-winning breakfast the next morning. Come feedback time, the owners discover not all their guests share the same opinion
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
11:40am
Four in a Bed
Season 11 Episode 20/20

The B&B owners meet for the final time to find out what they have been paid, and confront their rivals. Simon Bailey and Pierre Cudon from the Flower Pot feel the feedback left by Nigel and Pat Booth is a step too far, while the Mariners B&B owners hit back at the men's opinion of their establishment's cleanliness. Linda and Kelly Langdown of the Old Times Guest House question the rating of their facilities, while the Dolphin Hotel's Jo Knowles has a confession to make regarding her hosting
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.9
12:10pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Andalusia
Season 2014 Episode 19/30

Sara Damergi helps Irene Evans search for a home in western Andalusia, Spain, within commuting distance of Gibraltar, where she hopes to find work as a paralegal. She has decided to leave the UK after a tumultuous few years and has a budget of £90,000
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
1:15pm
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Almeria
Season 2014 Episode 22/30

Sara Damergi helps find a suitable property for Mark and Wendy Lang, a couple from Liverpool with a £90,000 budget who want to start a new life on Spain's Costa Almeria
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
2:20pm
Time Team
Skipsea, East Yorkshire: Norman Neighbours
Season 12 Episode 11/13

A visit to Skipsea in East Yorkshire, where a local woman has found artefacts spanning the Neolithic, Roman and Saxon periods, as well as a wealth of material of Norman origin. Exploring the area, Tony Robinson and team believe they have discovered an entire Norman village not mentioned in records. Travelling to nearby Skipsea Castle, they hope to find clues about this mysterious settlement
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
3:25pm
Time Team
South Shields, Tyneside: Tower Blocks and Togas
Season 12 Episode 12/13

Tony Robinson and the team embark on a dig in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, a town famous for its ancient Roman fort. Archaeologists have found plenty of evidence to suggest the invaders also built a military cemetery in the area, but its probable location is now the site of a housing estate. Enlisting local aid, the experts begin turning over any open space in the neighbourhood - as well as the odd pavement - in search of evidence
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
4:30pm
The Great British Bake Off
The Great British Bake Off: The Final: The Final
Season 8 Episode 10/10

Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig present this year's grand final, as the three remaining bakers compete to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith and take home this year's trophy. For the final three challenges, they must prepare a batch of loaves, followed by a biscuit bake, and climaxing with a delicate, multi-layered, high-end patisserie showstopper to decide the winner. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces at Christmas
A festive special in which the architect revisits some of the series' small-build projects. He catches up with expert designer William to look back on his project to transform a 1970s caravan into a holiday retreat, and meets the couple who invested their life savings in the conversion of an old bus. Plus, the disused underground toilet turned into an apartment, the office inside a shipping container, and Christmas-themed builds including a gingerbread house and a beach-hut advent calendar
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.6
6:55pm
The Supervet
The Supervet at Christmas
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick enters new territory when he is called upon to help a Humboldt penguin chick. Wall-e is from Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire and needs an operation to cure his unhappy foot. He also treats a three-legged Maine Coon cat that needs help with a mysterious swelling in its back leg and a husky from Thailand undergoes hip surgery
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
7:55pm
Grand Designs
Season 11 Episode 9/12

Kevin McCloud revisits an arch-shaped home made of clay tiles in the Weald of Kent, built by Richard Hawkes, who designed the property, and his wife Sophie. It was intended to be energy self-sufficient and able to supply surplus power to the National Grid, but serious problems occurred when the arch collapsed during construction, so the presenter returns to see if their innovative home has lived up to its promise
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.3
9:00pm
Film Last Vegas (2013)
A sixtysomething confirmed bachelor finally decides to settle down with his much younger girlfriend. He and three friends decide to mark the occasion by reliving their wild youth with a trip to Las Vegas - but they find that both the city and each other have changed since their glory days. Comedy, starring Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
11:00pm
24 Hours in A&E
Season 1 Episode 2/14

The department treats a 31-year-old biker who was involved in a head-on collision, and a teenager left with injuries to his hand after punching through a window. Plus, Resus team members struggle to revive two elderly patients, and discuss what they would want done for them in a similar situation
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
12:05am
24 Hours in A&E
Season 1 Episode 4/14

The A&E staff of King's College Hospital in London face a busy shift dealing with alcohol-related injuries, from Saturday-night drunks to cases such as 39-year-old Sean, who tripped over a clothes-horse and broke his neck, and 56-year-old David, a long-term alcoholic who injured his head in a fall in the street
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.4
1:05am
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA
Jack's Waterfront
Season 2 Episode 5/14

The owners of Jack's Waterfront at St Clair Shores in Michigan are keen to hear the fiery chef's advice for turning their failing seafood restaurant around. The lakeside location is a popular summer spot with fantastic views, but an uninspiring menu and a manager more skilled at socialising than organising are preventing them from achieving year-round success
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
2:05am
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
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
3:05am
8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut
Season 16 Episode 7/9

An extended edition of the irreverent panel show, hosted by Jimmy Carr. Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Jo Brand, Nick Helm, Jordan Stephens and Louis Walsh to answer questions based on opinion polls, finding out who best understands what is going on in Britain today
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6

Sat 23 Dec

8:55am
Kirstie's Handmade Christmas
Kirstie Allsopp goes searching for inspiration for Christmas tree decoration, with help from some of the most creative people around
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.2
9:15am
A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun
Almeria
Season 2014 Episode 22/30

Sara Damergi helps find a suitable property for Mark and Wendy Lang, a couple from Liverpool with a £90,000 budget who want to start a new life on Spain's Costa Almeria
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.8
10:15am
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces
Amazing Spaces Snow Special
In a festive edition, architect George Clarke and Will Hardie embark on a snow-covered design odyssey across the mountain ranges of Western Canada. From a remote buffalo herder's lodge to the ultimate snowboarder ski chalet, and a monster snowmobile big enough to live inside, this journey showcases the most ingenious Canadian structures built to survive the snowy surroundings. Plus, George and Will also build their own igloo
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.6
11:20am
Film The Poseidon Adventure (1972)
A luxury cruise liner at sea on New Year's Eve is struck by a freak tidal wave, which leaves it capsized and several passengers and crew trapped. A rebellious priest realises the ship is sinking fast, and leads a band of survivors up through the vessel in search of a way to the surface. Disaster movie, starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Shelley Winters, Leslie Nielsen and Roddy McDowall
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.8
1:40pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 16/45

The contest begins at Pauline Cox's Wharfe House in Wetherby, West Yorkshire, and a visit to a local vineyard sees a clash between guest Mike Hepker and Tash Thorne
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Rating: 3.9
2:15pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 17/45

The B&B owners visit Wortwell Hall Barn in Norfolk, run by husband-and-wife duo Clive and Jenny Aylett, but when the pair's rivals arrive, Pauline Cox and Claire Smith have difficulty locating their favourite appliance. Publicans Mike Pearce and Tash Thorne are astonished to discover they cannot lock their room's door. In the morning, some of the guest make awkward requests to change their breakfast orders, causing professional chef Clive to experience a meltdown in the kitchen that leads to a fundamental error
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Rating: 3.9
2:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 18/45

The contestants travel to Bath Lodge Castle in Somerset for the third day of the competition, where they are wowed by Karen and Mike Hepker's luxury castle experience. Although the guests are disappointed at the bathroom fixtures and fittings, they are given the chance to vent their emotions during an afternoon of painting in the castle grounds. Plus, tensions rise between Mike and Tash at dinner, and harsh comments at feedback lead the hosts to suspect game playing
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Rating: 3.9
3:20pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 19/45

The final visit of the week is to The Old Lodge Hotel in Gosport, Hampshire, run by publicans Mike Pearce and Tash Thorne. Karen Hepker is disappointed with the honeymoon suite, while Clive and Jenny Aylett find a dubious looking splash guard in the shower. A boat tour backfires when Jenny struggles with her water phobia and at dinner Karen takes the opportunity to tell the others exactly what she thinks of them. But things really kick off when it comes to feedback time
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Rating: 3.9
3:50pm
Four in a Bed
Season 13 Episode 20/45

Wharfe House hosts Pauline Cox and Claire Smith begin a bitter debate, demanding to know why their beds caused such a sleepless night. Accusations subsequently fly in all directions and walk-outs look on the cards as tensions mount leading to the payments being revealed
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Rating: 3.9
4:20pm
Come Dine with Me
Leeds
Season 28 Episode 46/85

Nursing manager Sarah hosts the first of a week of dinner parties in Leeds, taking inspiration from her husband's Middle Eastern heritage to offer her guests a Turkish fusion menu. Joining her is 28-year-old painter decorator Alex, 45-year-old bridal shop owner Abbi, 60-year-old community centre manager Janet and 56-year-old record label boss Phil. A hilarious evening lies in store, with unexpected tattoos, beauty tips and twerking
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Rating: 5.1
4:50pm
Come Dine with Me
Leeds
Season 28 Episode 47/85

Would-be clairvoyant Janet hosts the second of a week of dinner parties in Leeds and hopes her ghoul-themed dinner party will help her win the cash prize. Part of Janet's plan is to pretend her house is haunted and she has a practical joke lined up for nursing manager Sarah and bridal shop owner Abbi to find. With more surprises in store, will the fright-night theme be enough to ghost Janet into the lead?
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Rating: 5.1
5:20pm
Come Dine with Me
Leeds
Season 28 Episode 48/85

Record label owner Phil hosts the third night of a week of dinner parties in Leeds, hoping to win the £1,000 prize money by serving up a 1970s rock-themed menu. His guests are astounded by his mystery past, and painter and decorator Alex is unimpressed when wedding shop owner Abbi continues to wind him up
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Rating: 5.1
5:55pm
Come Dine with Me
Leeds
Season 28 Episode 49/85

Painter and decorator Alex hosts the fourth night in Leeds, hoping to win the prize money by serving up a cruise-themed menu from around the world - which impresses jealous rival Janet so much, she almost turns violent. Abbi continues to belittle the host - until he reveals he spends his evenings on stage impersonating a famous heart-throb singer. Will his performance bag him the top prize?
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Rating: 5.1
6:25pm
Come Dine with Me
Leeds
Season 28 Episode 50/85

Bridal shop owner Abbi hopes to woo her guests with a wedding-themed party on the final day of the competition in Leeds. All week Abbi and Michael Buble impersonator Alex have had a bit of a banter that has sailed close to the wind. Will the tension take over, or can the wedding theme create an amorous atmosphere that will help Abbi win the £1,000 prize?
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Rating: 5.1
6:55pm
David Jason's Secret Service
Season 1 Episode 3/3

From hi-tech intelligence to undercover ops, the actor reveals how masterminds of the Second World War defeated Hitler with their problem-solving. Last in the series
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Rating: 5.5
7:55pm
The Storms That Stole Christmas
Trees were felled, trains were cancelled, Gatwick Airport was in chaos and 50,000 homeowners made do without power. This documentary, the first of two telling the stories of those who bore the brunt of the bad weather over Christmas 2013 and the surrounding period, features amateur footage, eyewitness testimony and expert commentary
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Rating: 5
9:00pm
Britain's Killer Storms
Feature-length documentary-drama telling the story of five major storms that battered the nation during 2012. Each of them carried a deadly threat, from hurricane-force winds to flash flooding, and this programme hears from people who survived them. It combines archive footage with reconstruction and satellite images to piece together how these extreme weather events were formed, what made them unique and the impact they had
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Rating: 8
10:35pm
It Was Alright In
It Was Alright in the 1970s
Season 3 Episode 2/3

Matt Lucas returns to narrate another light-hearted retrospective poking fun at Britain's viewing habits in the 1970s. This time, he focuses on the world of comedy, unfettered as it was to the conventions of political correctness. A selection of clips from hit TV shows illustrate how, if viewers were not straight, white, middle-class men, they were at risk of being offended, and highlights examples from On the Buses, The Two Ronnies, Dave Allen at Large and The Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club. Includes commentary and contributions by Melvyn Hayes, Eric Chappell, Bill Oddie, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Grace Dent, Nish Kumar, Ellie Taylor, Joel Dommett and Phil Wang
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Rating: 5.9
11:40pm
It Was Alright In
It Was Alright in the 1970s
Season 3 Episode 1/3

Matt Lucas narrates another look back at TV shows from the 1970s, focusing on the comedies, documentaries and public information films that made people so anxious 40 years ago. Some of the famous shows covered include Man Alive and Brass Tacks, as well as The Goodies taking on the police and June Whitfield burning her bra. The show features first-hand accounts from the people who were making telly at the time, including Barry Cryer, Janet Street-Porter and Bill Oddie
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Rating: 5.9
12:45am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 9 Episode 1/5

Vic Reeves and Aisling Bea join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson for more comic innuendos, unpredictable conundrums and unforgivable puns in the comedy quiz. David O'Doherty is with 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
1:45am
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Season 9 Episode 2/5

Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Bob Mortimer and Holly Walsh for more comic innuendos and unpredictable conundrums. Claudia Winkleman stands in for Rachel Riley on letters-and-numbers duty, while Isy Suttie is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent is in Dictionary Corner
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Rating: 7.4
2:50am
Food Unwrapped
Food Unwrapped's Christmas Dinner
Over the past 12 months, Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt have been travelling the globe exploring popular festive food. Why is farmed salmon pink? Can a chicken be grown as big as a turkey? Is the gold in alcoholic drinks real? To find the answers to these questions and more, the trio head to Norway, the US, Oman, Germany and France, visiting the factories, farmers and producers who make the ingredients for popular Christmas food
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Rating: 5.4