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Fri 20 Jan

6:00am
Colonel March of Scotland Yard
The Case of the Lively Ghost
Season 1 Episode 23/26

A medium's psychic powers are all an act - until she realises she may have summoned up a real ghost

Rating: 8.7
6:45am
Colonel March of Scotland Yard
Death in the Dressing Room
Season 1 Episode 24/26

A dancer is murdered, leaving March convinced that further deaths are yet to come. Guest starring Dana Wynter (Invasion of the Body Snatchers)

Rating: 8.7
7:30am
Colonel March of Scotland Yard
The Abominable Snowman
Season 1 Episode 2/26

The investigator sets out on the trail of the abominable snowman after an attack on a British mountaineering expedition

Rating: 8.7
8:00am
Escape London
Brought to you by TV travel Direct. Showcasing a number of exclusive package holidays and destinations, get inspired to plan your next holiday today

8:30am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
9:00am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
9:30am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
10:00am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
10:30am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
11:00am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
11:30am
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
The work of London's Cat Survival Trust, which has the largest collection of snow leopards outside of Asia, and the team trying to safeguard their future

Rating: 9
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
Film The Count of Monte Cristo (1975)
A sailor is imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, but escapes and goes in search of a lost treasure hoard. He uses the loot to create a new identity for himself as a nobleman so he can seek out those who betrayed him and get his revenge. Swashbuckling adventure based on Alexandre Dumas' novel, starring Richard Chamberlain, Tony Curtis, Trevor Howard and Donald Pleasence

Rating: 8.4
3:05pm
Film The Man in the Iron Mask (1977)
The despotic king of France imprisons his identical twin and sees to it that he always wears a metal mask to avoid being identified, but musketeer D'Artagnan has a plan to restore the rightful heir to the throne. Swashbuckling adventure, based on the classic story by Alexandre Dumas, starring Richard Chamberlain in a dual role, with Patrick McGoohan, Louis Jourdan and Jenny Agutter

Rating: 7.3
5:15pm
Movie Talk Shorts
Movie Talk Shorts: David Koepp
Season 1 Episode 12/

The writer and director discusses his recent and upcoming film projects

Rating: 6
5:30pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
6:30pm
London Film Club
Movie news, featuring reviews of the latest releases and interviews with the stars

Rating: 10
8:00pm
The Fried Chicken Shop
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The documentary captures a conversation between Hassan and Syed, two students, as they discuss the benefits of self-employment and the aspirations of this generation's next entrepreneurs. After seeing Jessie stroll past the window in another daring outfit, the pair then chat with a mother and her young daughter about the difficulties facing today's youth. Later, Jessie joins office party-goers Hayley, Kat and Portia to talk about life, fashion and breasts over a tray of chips, while shop manager Ali tries to juggles the needs of his staff and the demands of a few difficult customers
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.6
9:00pm
Love Soup
Ragged Claws
Season 2 Episode 5/12

Suave and successful Matthew sweeps Alice off her feet, catapulting her into the world of flashy cars, upmarket restaurants and swish parties - but it all just seems a bit too good to be true. Meanwhile, Cleo and Milly fight over a boyfriend, a T-shirt and a funeral service. Tony Gardner guest stars
(Repeat)

Rating: 7
9:45pm
Love Soup
Sophisticated Lady
Season 2 Episode 6/12

Alice has trouble coping with a new addition to the sales team who seems to have a problem distinguishing fact from fiction. Meanwhile, Cleo and Milly decide to assist their boss in her pursuit of love - by screening men's confidential prescription records at the pharmacy. Mina Anwar guest stars
(Repeat)

Rating: 7
10:30pm
Film I Against I (2012)
A London gangster has been murdered, and his son has two suspects, a nightclub owner and an assassin, but does not know which committed the crime. He captures both men separately, and sets them both the same challenge - their life will be spared if they can kill the other man in 12 hours. Crime thriller, starring Kenny Doughty and Ingvar Eggert Sigurdsson

Rating: 6
12:10am
The Best of The Adventures

2:00am
Black Books
Manny Come Home
Season 3 Episode 1/6

Fran returns from holiday and discovers Manny has resigned and started work at Goliath Books, leaving Bernard to run the shop alone. After sifting through rubbish, rotting food and dead badgers, she resolves to get the errant employee back - but his new boss has no intention of letting him go. With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig, and guest star Simon Pegg
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
2:30am
Black Books
Elephants and Hens
Season 3 Episode 2/6

Bernard and Manny are appalled by the nonsensical tales peddled to young readers - so set out to pen their own children's book and get rich on the proceeds. Meanwhile, Fran embarks on a hen weekend with her closest friends from school. Dylan Moran and Bill Bailey star, with Lucy Davis (The Office) and Olivia Colman (Peep Show)
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
3:00am
Black Books
Moo-Ma and Moo-Pa
Season 3 Episode 3/6

Manny's parents come to stay, and Bernard strives to get rid of them, while Fran has her own reasons for wanting them to leave. It soon becomes clear that Manny may not have been completely honest about his achievements. Comedy, guest starring Annette Crosbie (One Foot in the Grave) and Sam Kelly ('Allo 'Allo!)
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
3:30am
Black Books
A Little Flutter
Season 3 Episode 4/6

As if smoking and drinking heavily were not bad enough, a bet on the Grand National sends Bernard spiralling into yet another addiction - gambling. As his ailing finances suffer the consequences of his latest vice, he decides it is time to actually sell some books - but it may be too late. Guest starring Keith Allen, with Dylan Moran and Tamsin Greig
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
4:00am
Black Books
The Travel Writer
Season 3 Episode 5/6

Manny decides to broaden the customers' horizons and organises a festival of travel writing - but is horrified when Fran falls for the well-groomed guest speaker. Bernard, meanwhile, is preoccupied with a new neighbour who looks set to take him to court - and decides to take matters into his own hands. Guest starring Julian Rhind-Tutt (Green Wing)
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
4:30am
Black Books
Party
Season 3 Episode 6/6

While Bernard seems quite happy in the filthy shop, Manny and Fran decide a change of scenery is well overdue, and plan a big night out. However, it soon becomes clear the hirsute store assistant has his sights set firmly on a very specific event - and everyone has to dig out their boogie shoes. Final episode of the cult comedy, starring Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig
(Repeat)

Rating: 6
5:00am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9
5:30am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9

Sat 21 Jan

6:00am
Film A Day to Remember (1953)
A pub darts team encounter romance, adventure and the Foreign Legion on a day trip to Boulogne. Comedy, starring Stanley Holloway, Donald Sinden and Joan Rice
(Black & White)

8:00am
Film Cottage to Let (1941)
A British inventor's revolutionary bombsight is set to have a positive impact on the war effort. However, military intelligence detects the Nazis are aware of the invention, while a plucky teenage cockney evacuated to the boffin's Scottish country estate sets out to expose a German spy ring. Second World War thriller, with Leslie Banks, John Mills, Alastair Sim and George Cole in his screen debut
(Black & White)

Rating: 9.1
10:00am
Film Miss Tulip Stays the Night (1955)
A crime writer and his wife are visited unexpectedly by an eccentric spinster carrying a gun and a suspicious quantity of jewels, who urgently needs a place to stay for the night. They take her in, but when she is murdered, they face a struggle to prove that they did not kill her. Comedy mystery, starring Diana Dors and Patrick Holt
(Black & White)

Rating: 4
11:30am
London Film Club
Movie news, featuring reviews of the latest releases and interviews with the stars
(Repeat)

Rating: 10
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
Film Fanny by Gaslight (1944)
A dissolute Victorian aristocrat manipulates the lives of those around him for his own gain, but sows the seeds of his downfall when he sets out to seduce a government minister's innocent daughter, whose life is dogged by ill fortune. Period drama, starring Phyllis Calvert, James Mason, Stewart Granger and Wilfrid Lawson
(Black & White)

Rating: 6.8
3:10pm
Film Don't Take it to Heart (1944)
A friendly ghost is unleashed on the world by a bomb and proceeds to cause all manner of romantic problems for two lovers. Comedy, starring Richard Greene, Patricia Medina, Alfred Drayton and Richard Bird
(Black & White)

5:00pm
Gareth Malone's Extraordinary School for Boys
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The choirmaster sets the pupils a daunting challenge by announcing their school play will be held in the 400-seater Harlow Playhouse. Hoping to get them excited about what they can achieve, he wants to ensure that every boy has written part of the show himself. As Gareth's project comes to an end, he finds out whether he has improved the boys' reading age in just eight weeks. Last in the series

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
7:00pm
The Very Best of Leonard Rossiter
Highlights of the comedy actor's career, including memorable moments from Rising Damp and The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

8:00pm
Film Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960)
A Nottingham factory worker rails against authority, while his tangled love life - involving a married woman, her sister and a naive girl - land him in trouble. Drama, starring Albert Finney, Rachel Roberts, Shirley Anne Field and Norman Rossington
(Black & White)

Rating: 9.3
10:00pm
Film London to Brighton (2006)
A prostitute is ordered by her pimp to supply him with an underage homeless girl for one of his clients, a wealthy gangster. The client is later discovered dead by his son, who wants revenge, and the unfortunate pair board a train to Brighton in a desperate bid to escape the thug's clutches. Crime thriller, starring Lorraine Stanley, Georgia Groome, Johnny Harris and Sam Spruell

Rating: 5.7
11:45pm
Film Daylight Robbery (2007)
A gang of crooks hatches a plan to steal millions of pounds in untraceable currency from a London exchange bank, using the world cup to provide an alibi. But the plan goes horribly wrong when the police lay siege to the bank, and the thieves are forced to take hostages. Crime thriller, starring Geoff Bell and Vas Blackwood

Rating: 6.4
12:10am
The Best of The Adventures

1:45am
Movie Talk Shorts
Movie Talk Shorts: Eddie Marsan
Season 1 Episode 3/

The star of Happy-Go-Lucky and The World's End discusses his latest film projects

Rating: 6
2:00am
Smack the Pony
Season 2 Episode 6/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
2:30am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 1/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
3:00am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 2/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
3:30am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 3/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
4:00am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 4/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
4:30am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 5/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
5:00am
Talking Points
A chance to catch up on debates about the issues behind the headlines

5:30am
Talking Points
A chance to catch up on debates about the issues behind the headlines

Sun 22 Jan

6:00am
Mayor's Questions
London's Mayor, Sadiq Khan, is quizzed on the key issues affecting the capital

8:00am
Film Don't Take it to Heart (1944)
A friendly ghost is unleashed on the world by a bomb and proceeds to cause all manner of romantic problems for two lovers. Comedy, starring Richard Greene, Patricia Medina, Alfred Drayton and Richard Bird
(Black & White)

9:50am
Film The Count of Monte Cristo (1975)
A sailor is imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, but escapes and goes in search of a lost treasure hoard. He uses the loot to create a new identity for himself as a nobleman so he can seek out those who betrayed him and get his revenge. Swashbuckling adventure based on Alexandre Dumas' novel, starring Richard Chamberlain, Tony Curtis, Trevor Howard and Donald Pleasence

Rating: 8.4
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
Film Hawk the Slayer (1980)
A brave hero rounds up a group of mismatched do-gooders and enters into battle against his evil brother for the right to wield their father's all-powerful sword. Fantasy adventure, starring John Terry, Jack Palance, Bernard Bresslaw and Morgan Sheppard

Rating: 7.8
3:00pm
Film The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (1989)
Two cousins discover their wicked governess is out to get her hands on their inheritance, and vow to reclaim what is rightfully theirs - only to discover they have a battle on their hands. Children's adventure, based on Joan Aiken's book, starring Aleks Darowska, Emily Hudson, Stephanie Beacham, Mel Smith, Richard O'Brien, Geraldine James and Jane Horrocks

Rating: 7.7
5:00pm
Escape London
Brought to you by TV travel Direct. Showcasing a number of exclusive package holidays and destinations, get inspired to plan your next holiday today

5:30pm
Snow Leopards of Leafy London
Season 1 Episode 3/7

Terry Moore updates Adrian Cale on Irbis's labour, and looks to the future of the breeding project by turning his attention to the young snow leopard, Nina

Rating: 9
6:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
7:00pm
Wonderland
A Dad Is Born - A Wonderland Film
Season 4 Episode 5/8

Award-winning film-maker Kira Phillips' documentary follows the experiences of three men in the weeks before and after they become fathers. City HR worker Jamie tries to get ready for the big day by reading self-help guides, minicab driver Viktor is determined to put his womanising days behind him and become the perfect family man, while multi-millionaire trader Greg sees his girlfriend's pregnancy as a second chance to make up for past mistakes

Rating: 9.2
8:00pm
Film Water (1985)
A bid to drill for oil on a British Caribbean colony uncovers a source of mineral water instead. The island's laidback governor is soon having to cope with representatives of various nations keen to exploit the find - while members of the local revolutionary movement also see a chance to further their cause. Comedy, starring Michael Caine, Leonard Rossiter, Billy Connolly and Valerie Perrine

Rating: 7.6
10:00pm
Film Honour (2014)
A Muslim girl is forbidden from seeing her boyfriend by her traditional parents, but she defies them and the couple run away together. The girl's mother feels the family has been dishonoured, and hires a mysterious bounty hunter to track her down and carry out punishment for her disobedience. Thriller, starring Paddy Considine and Aiysha Hart

12:00am
BFI London
BFI Black London: Steel and Skin
Documentary about a music and dance group set up to improve inter-racial relations

12:45am
BFI London
BFI Black London: Ten Bob in Winter
Short film following an unemployed West Indian student during Christmas

1:00am
Da Ali G Show
Respek
Season 2 Episode 1/6

The voice of youth meets Sam Donaldson, president of ABC Television, to talk about important issues such as Richard Nixon's `Waterworld' crisis. Borat investigates a wine-tasting event in Mississippi and Bruno interviews a pastor who claims he can `convert' homosexuals
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
1:30am
Da Ali G Show
Rekognize
Season 2 Episode 2/6

Borat goes to the assistance of a Congressional candidate on the campaign trail in Mississippi, while Ali G discusses Iraq's infamous BLTs with Conservative icon Patrick Buchanan, and explores why America has so many Vietnam veterinarians
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
2:00am
Da Ali G Show
Peace
Season 2 Episode 3/6

The self-proclaimed voice of youth continues his odyssey through US culture, meeting leading publishers and literary agents to sell his idea of turning the Lord of the Rings films into a book. Bruno asks fashion experts about celebrities' crimes against style, from Paris Hilton to Renee Zellweger, and Borat learns how to be a country and western star in Nashville, heartland of the genre, and attempts to teach locals the Kazakhstani version of line dancing
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
3:30am
Da Ali G Show
Jah
Season 2 Episode 5/6

The voice of youth travels to America to discuss Moses with writer and critic Gore Vidal, whom he mistakenly believes to be a hairstylist. He also considers medical ethics with several renowned experts, discussing topics including cloning and euthanasia. Elsewhere, Borat quizzes an estate agent on the merits and availability of padded cells and a soundproof bathroom
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
4:00am
Green Wing
Tests
Season 1 Episode 6/9

Joanna and Harriet pay a visit to the pathology lab, each convinced she is pregnant, while Mac sneakily attends an interview for promotion and Martin sits his exams for the 100th time. Caroline discovers the extent of her devilish party antics and when Statham finds he's lost out in the romantic stakes, he begins to fall apart. Hospital comedy drama, starring Mark Heap
(Repeat)

Rating: 8.5
5:00am
Talking Points
A chance to catch up on debates about the issues behind the headlines

5:30am
Talking Points
A chance to catch up on debates about the issues behind the headlines

Mon 23 Jan

6:00am
Movie Talk Shorts

Rating: 6
6:15am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

6:50am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

7:25am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

8:00am
Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is
L'Albufera
Season 1 Episode 13/15

TV chefs Jun Tanaka and Richard Phillips go head to head in a culinary battle for charity at L'Albufera, a Spanish restaurant near Regent's Park in central London. The duo each create an authentic three-course menu in a bid to impress the diners

Rating: 3.5
9:00am
Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is
Brighton Food & Drink Festival
Season 1 Episode 14/15

Paul Rankin and Lesley Waters compete at the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival - the largest of its kind in the south of England. The duo will be calling on their culinary know-how and previous street-food experience to feed hundreds of hungry festival-goers and make the biggest profit

Rating: 3.5
10:00am
Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is
Quaglino's
Season 1 Episode 15/15

Stephanie Moon and Galton Blackiston go head to head in a culinary battle for charity at Quaglino's, a fine-dining establishment in London. The duo must call on their restaurant experience and pull out all the stops as they create three-course menus, hoping to impress the diners and generate the most profit

Rating: 3.5
11:00am
Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is
L'Albufera
Season 1 Episode 13/15

TV chefs Jun Tanaka and Richard Phillips go head to head in a culinary battle for charity at L'Albufera, a Spanish restaurant near Regent's Park in central London. The duo each create an authentic three-course menu in a bid to impress the diners

Rating: 3.5
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
Film Miss Tulip Stays the Night (1955)
A crime writer and his wife are visited unexpectedly by an eccentric spinster carrying a gun and a suspicious quantity of jewels, who urgently needs a place to stay for the night. They take her in, but when she is murdered, they face a struggle to prove that they did not kill her. Comedy mystery, starring Diana Dors and Patrick Holt
(Black & White)

Rating: 4
2:30pm
Film Tiger Bay (1959)
A Polish sailor flees Cardiff's docklands after murdering his girlfriend in a jealous rage, initially unaware that a 12-year-old tomboy has witnessed the crime and has taken his abandoned gun to show off to her friends. However, he comes back to abduct the girl in a bid to keep her quiet - but the pair form a friendship and she tries to help him escape the police. British thriller, with Hayley Mills in her film debut, alongside her father John Mills and Horst Buchholz
(Black & White)

Rating: 7.7
4:45pm
Movie Talk Shorts

Rating: 6
5:00pm
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

5:30pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
6:30pm
What to Watch
A guide to the best programmes on television in the week ahead, including interviews with the stars

7:00pm
Gareth Malone's Extraordinary School for Boys
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The choirmaster sets the pupils a daunting challenge by announcing their school play will be held in the 400-seater Harlow Playhouse. Hoping to get them excited about what they can achieve, he wants to ensure that every boy has written part of the show himself. As Gareth's project comes to an end, he finds out whether he has improved the boys' reading age in just eight weeks. Last in the series
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
8:00pm
William & Kate: The Journey
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The royal couple's wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011
(Repeat)

Rating: 1
9:00pm
Liberty of London
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Managing director Ed Burstell and buyer Stephen Ayres head to Fashion Week to decide what Liberty will be selling in six months' time. Ed wants to make the department store a go-to destination for cutting-edge style, but others in the store are determined to hold on to what they feel Liberty has always done. Meanwhile, presenter and model Alexa Chung is about to launch her new book and the pressure is on for staff to deliver a memorable event
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.1
10:00pm
The Notorious Kray Twins
East End gangster Reggie Kray speaks from his deathbed in his final interview, discussing a long life of violent crime and imprisonment

Rating: 6.7
12:40am
Queensbury Boxing League
Action from the British league for amateur fighters

Rating: 9.3
1:40am
London Lions Basketball

3:15am
Smack the Pony
Season 3 Episode 1/7

Offbeat comedy sketch show, featuring the talents of Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
3:45am
Green Wing
Tangled Webs
Season 1 Episode 7/9

Caroline has trouble dealing with her feelings about Mac and Guy, while Martin gets his exam results. Statham seeks solace in the word of God - but his spiritual yearnings dissolve once he sees the attractive hospital chaplain. Comedy drama, starring Tamsin Greig, Julian Rhind-Tutt and Stephen Mangan

Rating: 8.5
4:45am
Movie Talk Shorts
Movie Talk Shorts: John Madden
Season 1 Episode 4/

Shakespeare in Love and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel director John Madden talks about his upcoming movie projects

Rating: 6
5:00am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9
5:30am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9

Tue 24 Jan

6:00am
Movie Talk Shorts

Rating: 6
6:15am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

6:50am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

7:25am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

8:00am
Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is
TV chefs lock horns as they compete to earn the most profit as they serve food in a British eateries ranging from gastro pubs to fancy restaurants

Rating: 3.5
9:00am
Cookery School
Season 1 Episode 42/50

The students reach the semi-finals, and Richard Corrigan teaches them to prepare two of his most difficult dishes, fruits de mer, and saddle of venison with potato and pancetta terrine
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
10:00am
Cookery School
Season 1 Episode 43/50

The students continue their semi-final challenge as they prepare roast chicken with parsnips, carrot and savoury bread pudding, and granny's tipsy rule
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
11:00am
Cookery School
Season 1 Episode 44/50

Guest chef Arun Kapil teaches the class in an Indian-themed semi-final, demonstrating oudhi chicken with pilau rice and a spiced pomegranate mint raita, as well as a pot roast pheasant with buttered crumbs

Rating: 5.3
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
Liberty of London
Season 2 Episode 2/4

It's New York Fashion Week, which means a return home for managing director Ed. He, Kate and Stephen embark on a whirlwind tour of shows, appointments and events, with tickets to some of the hottest designers around. Back in London, new womenswear manager Jack is tasked with selling one-off `hero' pieces, including a £2,500 fur gilet, and as the team prepares for the Vogue Fashion's Night Out, events officer Louis is under huge pressure to make it a success

Rating: 3.1
2:00pm
Liberty of London
Season 2 Episode 3/4

This edition meets some of the eccentric sellers at Liberty. Self-proclaimed `shopkeeper' Bruce Lepere, who works in the carpet emporium, heads to Morocco to buy supplies, but managing director Ed Burstell is concerned Bruce's sales have fallen and sends in new head of visual merchandising Liz Silvester to help turn things around. Meanwhile, Maggie Lim has been hired as a consultant to bring in weekly tour groups of rich Chinese businessmen, hoping they will spread the word about Liberty back home

Rating: 3.1
3:00pm
Liberty of London
Season 2 Episode 4/4

As the staff prepare for the opening of the Christmas shop, new recruits are interviewed, 200,000 baubles are unpacked and a polar bear has to be sold. With Liberty relying on income from the festive store to hit targets there's a great deal of pressure on the new team members to make this the most successful Christmas ever. Meanwhile, smooth salesman Stelios from vintage designerwear stages an exhibition of vintage Hermes handbags for his VIP customers

Rating: 3.1
4:00pm
The Gunpowder Plot
An investigation into the now infamous plot to blow up King James I and Parliament 400 years ago. An insight into how the plan was discovered and how the Catholic conspirators were captured and executed. Plus, a discussion into what the parliamentary system would be like now had the attack been a success

Rating: 8.5
5:00pm
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

5:30pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
7:00pm
William & Kate: The Journey
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The royal couple's wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011
(Repeat)

Rating: 1
8:00pm
Queen Victoria's Children
A Domestic Tyrant
Season 1 Episode 2/3

The second episode focuses on the monarch's relationship with her daughters after the death of Prince Albert, exploring how Victoria clung to and bullied them, as well as arranging who they should marry. The princesses' response was to fight back, making them unlikely champions of female independence
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.7
9:00pm
The Fried Chicken Shop
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The documentary captures a conversation between Hassan and Syed, two students, as they discuss the benefits of self-employment and the aspirations of this generation's next entrepreneurs. After seeing Jessie stroll past the window in another daring outfit, the pair then chat with a mother and her young daughter about the difficulties facing today's youth. Later, Jessie joins office party-goers Hayley, Kat and Portia to talk about life, fashion and breasts over a tray of chips, while shop manager Ali tries to juggles the needs of his staff and the demands of a few difficult customers
(Repeat)

Rating: 3.6
10:00pm
British Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld
London
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Presenter Bernard O'Mahoney speaks to members of prominent London gangs past and present
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.3
11:05pm
Film Bonded by Blood (2010)
Three drug dealers rise rapidly through the Essex underworld in the 1990s, using a campaign of fear and violence to maintain their position. However, as rivals vie for power, the three gangsters are left facing an uncertain fate. Fact-based crime drama, starring Tamer Hassan, Neil Maskell, Vincent Regan and Terry Stone

Rating: 4.4
1:00am
Drop the Dead Donkey
In Place of Alex
Season 3 Episode 1/11

Gus tries to replace Alex with someone more appropriate following his departure to a new job, and Dave and Henry give several candidates incorrect interview advice
(Repeat)

Rating: 7.1
1:30am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Sally's Accountant
Season 3 Episode 2/11

The newsroom becomes overrun by MPs offering comment on the recession, and Helen becomes a figure of hatred among the staff. Guest starring Teddy Taylor and Ken Livingstone
(Repeat)

Rating: 7.1
2:00am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Henry's Lost Love
Season 3 Episode 3/11

Henry's former wife reveals her plans to remarry, while Dave dupes himself into believing he has hit the gambling jackpot. Newsroom comedy, starring David Swift and Stephen Tompkinson

Rating: 7.1
2:30am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Sally's Libel
Season 3 Episode 5/11

Sally tries to sue a tabloid newspaper over a defamatory remark, and goakeeper Pat Pringle joins the team as a sports reporter

Rating: 7.1
3:00am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Lady Merchant
Season 3 Episode 6/11

Damien tries to track down a Nazi war criminal, and Sir Royston's wife visits GlobeLink to research a novel she is writing. Newsroom comedy, starring Stephen Tompkinson

Rating: 7.1
3:30am
Drop the Dead Donkey
The New Newsreader
Season 3 Episode 7/11

The appointment of a newsgirl causes disruption in the office, and George finally plucks up the courage to ask Helen if she will go out with him

Rating: 7.1
4:00am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Joy
Season 3 Episode 8/11

George and Helen try to make Joy easier to work with, but her fury at being rejected by her long-standing married lover adds difficulty to the task

Rating: 7.1
4:30am
Drop the Dead Donkey
Paintball
Season 3 Episode 9/11

Gus sends the Globelink gang paintballing to develop team spirit. Newsroom comedy, starring Robert Duncan
(Repeat)

Rating: 7.1
5:00am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9
5:30am
London Live Review
The latest news

Rating: 9

Wed 25 Jan

6:00am
Movie Talk Shorts

Rating: 6
6:15am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

6:50am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

7:25am
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

8:00am
The Secret Millionaire
David Pearl
Season 2 Episode 4/6

London-based property magnate David Pearl, one of Britain's richest men, goes undercover as one of 700 volunteers at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth. The millionaire attempts to cope with working for free for the first time in his life and looks for someone worthy of being rewarded with a portion of his money
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.6
9:00am
The Secret Millionaire
Mo Chaudry
Season 2 Episode 5/6

Mo Chaudry, the Pakistani owner of Waterworld, the UK's biggest aqua park, goes undercover in the Harehills district of Leeds. Since moving to England at the age of eight, he has become integrated into Western culture, leaving him unenthusiastic about living in the area which is home to the city's largest Asian population and has the highest unemployment rate

Rating: 5.6
10:00am
The Secret Millionaire
Margaret Heffernan
Season 2 Episode 6/6

American businesswoman Margaret Heffernan, who made millions as an Internet pioneer 15 years ago, temporarily leaves her Somerset mansion to live in a deprived area of Nottingham and identify people worthy of receiving some of her money. At the end of her stay she worries those she met might be offended by her offer of financial help and will believe her friendship was false

Rating: 5.6
11:00am
The Secret Millionaire
James Benamor
Season 3 Episode 1/10

Thirty-year-old entrepreneur James Benamor returns to Moss Side, Manchester, where his teenage years brought him into contact with drugs and petty crime, meeting young people who are going down the path to prison and addiction. Without revealing his identity, he helps three local groups combating these problems, hoping to find one deserving of a cut of his fortune

Rating: 5.6
12:00pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
1:00pm
10 Years Younger
Members of the public who appear older than they are get non-surgical makeovers to take a decade off their looks

Rating: 5.7
2:00pm
10 Years Younger
Members of the public who appear older than they are get non-surgical makeovers to take a decade off their looks

Rating: 5.7
3:00pm
10 Years Younger
Members of the public who appear older than they are get non-surgical makeovers to take a decade off their looks

Rating: 5.7
4:00pm
10 Years Younger
Members of the public who appear older than they are get non-surgical makeovers to take a decade off their looks
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.7
5:00pm
The Big Red Bus
A celebration of the capital's 8,000 distinctive red buses, which have become a tourist attraction in their own right

5:30pm
London Live News
News headlines, travel, weather and debate from across the capital

Rating: 0.6
6:30pm
London Go
Guide to the best arts and entertainment events in the capital

Rating: 5.3
7:00pm
Queen Victoria's Children
A Domestic Tyrant
Season 1 Episode 2/3

The second episode focuses on the monarch's relationship with her daughters after the death of Prince Albert, exploring how Victoria clung to and bullied them, as well as arranging who they should marry. The princesses' response was to fight back, making them unlikely champions of female independence
(Repeat)

Rating: 5.7
8:00pm
King George & Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued the Monarchy
Queen Mary
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Part two of two. Queen Mary's rise from a comparatively low position within the royal hierarchy. She was selected as a potential future wife to the monarch by Queen Victoria when still a child and was first betrothed to Prince Eddy, heir to the throne. After his death she was unceremoniously passed onto his brother George, and following her husband's death in 1935 she emerged as an eccentric yet determined royal matriarch
(Repeat)

Rating: 6.3
9:00pm
Adele: Someone Like Me
Documentary about the singer's rise to fame, featuring interviews, music videos and concert footage

Rating: 3.1
10:00pm
The Ghost Squad
Colour Blind - Part Two
Season 1 Episode 8/8

Part two of two. Amy feels betrayed as more evidence of Gus's guilt emerges - especially when it transpires he has been in contact with the incarcerated killers. However, when she reexamines the case, she realises that vital information has been doctored and begins to suspect a conspiracy within the Ghost Squad itself. Last in the series
(Repeat)

Rating: 10
11:05pm
Film The Man Inside (2012)
A criminal's son lives in constant fear that he will turn out like his abusive imprisoned father. A boxing gym offers him a sanctuary from his past and the chance to safely release his aggression, but he faces a constant struggle to keep his violent impulses in check. Drama, starring Ashley Bashy Thomas, David Harewood, Michelle Ryan and Peter Mullan

Rating: 5
1:00am
The Best of The Adventures

2:45am
Trigger Happy TV
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Quick-fire comedy courtesy of Dom Joly, who disguises himself as an array of quirky characters, before unleashing himself on unsuspecting members of the public

Rating: 7
3:15am
Trigger Happy TV
Season 1 Episode 2/6

Quick-fire comedy courtesy of Dom Joly, who disguises himself as an array of quirky characters, before unleashing himself on unsuspecting members of the public

Rating: 7
3:45am
Trigger Happy TV
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Quick-fire comedy courtesy of Dom Joly, who disguises himself as an array of quirky characters, before unleashing himself on unsuspecting members of the public

Rating: 7
4:15am
Trigger Happy TV
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Quick-fire comedy courtesy of Dom Joly, who disguises himself as an array of quirky characters, before unleashing himself on unsuspecting members of the public

Rating: 7