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6:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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6:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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7:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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7:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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8:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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8:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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9:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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9:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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10:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

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10:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

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11:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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11:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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12:00pm
The Bloody Past of a Tiny Town
Season 1 Episode 7 of 8
A look at the decline of the cinema in a tiny town and its rebirth in an old brewery, and transport from the coaching routes to the first railways in the early 19th century

Category General
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12:30pm
The Bloody Past of a Tiny Town
Season 1 Episode 8 of 8
Presenter Keith Hayes strolls down Lewes High Street reviewing the events and stories of the past

Category General
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1:00pm
The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes
Season 2 Episode 1 of
Champion sheep breeder Arnold Lancaster prepares his flock for Westmorland County Show, while in the Dales, dog trainer John Halstad prepares his dog Wren for a trial

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
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2:00pm
Harrow: A Very British School
Season 1 Episode 7 of 8
The Common Touch It's the start of the summer term and House Master Martin Smith has his work cut out trying to help the boys concentrate while they revise for their exams. They also attend Speech Day, an open-air event in which the students dress in tails and individually tip their hats to the headmaster, and look forward to the inter-house relay race finals. West Acre has its hopes pinned on young Joel - until the sprinting star is injured in a rugby match

Category News/Current Affairs
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3:00pm
British Wild Gardens
Season 1 Episode 3 of 6
Urban Mike Dilger reveals how town-dwellers can encourage wildlife to thrive in urban locations. On his urban adventures Mike travels to Bristol to watch the city's foxes

Category News/Current Affairs
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3:30pm
British Wild Gardens
Season 1 Episode 4 of 6
Moorland Ecologist Mike Dilger's wild quest continues as he travels to Dartmoor to explore the wildlife and landscape, meeting wild ponies and Buckfast Abbey's bees

Category News/Current Affairs
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4:00pm
Great British Garden Revival
Season 2 Episode 9 of 10
Bog Gardens & Soft Fruit Joe Swift campaigns for the return of the bog garden by visiting a Victorian example in Warwickshire, to reveal how they attract wildlife and learning about the latest innovations. Alys Fowler tries to revive interest in soft fruit by examining the history of kitchen gardens and heading to a nursery specialising in rare and interesting types that can easily be grown at home. Throughout the programme, both experts offer advice on the cultivation and care of their chosen subjects

Category Leisure/Hobbies
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5:15pm
The Edible Garden
Season 1 Episode 5 of 6
Flowers and Herbs Alys Fowler demonstrates how to grow herbs and flowers and use them as ingredients in a selection of dishes, including herb omelettes, bread with rosemary and salads. She also reveals how they are important to attract wildlife to gardens, something essential to the health and productivity of any allotment

Category Education/Science/Factual
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6:00pm
The Bloody Past of a Tiny Town
Season 1 Episode 7 of 8
A look at the decline of the cinema in a tiny town and its rebirth in an old brewery, and transport from the coaching routes to the first railways in the early 19th century

Category General
Not Yet Rated
 
   
6:30pm
The Bloody Past of a Tiny Town
Season 1 Episode 8 of 8
Presenter Keith Hayes strolls down Lewes High Street reviewing the events and stories of the past

Category General
Not Yet Rated
 
   
7:00pm
The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes
Season 2 Episode 1 of
Champion sheep breeder Arnold Lancaster prepares his flock for Westmorland County Show, while in the Dales, dog trainer John Halstad prepares his dog Wren for a trial

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
Not Yet Rated
 
   
8:00pm
Harrow: A Very British School
Season 1 Episode 7 of 8
The Common Touch It's the start of the summer term and House Master Martin Smith has his work cut out trying to help the boys concentrate while they revise for their exams. They also attend Speech Day, an open-air event in which the students dress in tails and individually tip their hats to the headmaster, and look forward to the inter-house relay race finals. West Acre has its hopes pinned on young Joel - until the sprinting star is injured in a rugby match

Category News/Current Affairs
Not Yet Rated
 
   
9:00pm
Arctic Peril
Lewis Pugh risks his life in his most perilous mission, as he swims along the edge of the sea ice in the Arctic and warns of runaway climate change that will affect us all

Category Education/Science/Factual
Not Yet Rated
 
   
10:00pm
Secrets of Sex
Women's Sex Drives Do Women Have A Higher Sex Drive? explores the scientific, historical, biological and social aspects behind the female sex drive and female gaze

Category News/Current Affairs
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11:15pm
Harrow: A Very British School
Season 1 Episode 7 of 8
The Common Touch It's the start of the summer term and House Master Martin Smith has his work cut out trying to help the boys concentrate while they revise for their exams. They also attend Speech Day, an open-air event in which the students dress in tails and individually tip their hats to the headmaster, and look forward to the inter-house relay race finals. West Acre has its hopes pinned on young Joel - until the sprinting star is injured in a rugby match

Category News/Current Affairs
Not Yet Rated
 
   
12:15am
Weekend Millionaires

Category News/Current Affairs
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1:00am
Secrets of Sex
Virgin School The emotional and physical journey of 26-year-old virgin James as he embarks on a unique four-month course for sexually inexperienced men in Amsterdam.

Category News/Current Affairs
Not Yet Rated
 
   
2:00am
British Wild Gardens
Season 1 Episode 1 of 6
Wetlands Mike Dilger offers advice on attracting wildlife to your garden, beginning with tips on creating a wetland area. Plus, a report on otter spotting on in Somerset

Category News/Current Affairs
Not Yet Rated
 
   
2:30am
British Wild Gardens
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Coast Passionate ecologist Mike Dilger investigates how Cornwall's coastal plants survive tough conditions and tours the renowned rediscovered gardens at Heligan

Category News/Current Affairs
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3:00am
Great British Garden Revival
Season 2 Episode 8 of 10
Lilies & Woodland Gardens James Wong champions the cause of the lily, examining the history of the flower and meeting expert growers as they prepare for one of the country's biggest shows at RHS Tatton Park. Christine Walkden attempts to revive the fortunes of woodland plants, trying to convert the people of Brentwood, Essex, to the joys of bluebells and visits a couple in east London who have transformed their shady city garden into a woodland paradise. Throughout the programme, both experts offer advice on the cultivation and care of their chosen subjects

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Not Yet Rated
 
   
4:15am
The Edible Garden
Season 1 Episode 4 of 6
Juicy Fruits Alys Fowler demonstrates how easy it is to grow raspberries and blueberries, and plants juicy fruits from which she then prepares jams and tangy fruit leathers. She also tries her hand at hapazome, a Japanese printing technique used to transfer flower and leaf shapes on to fabric

Category Education/Science/Factual
Not Yet Rated
 
   
5:00am
The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes
Season 1 Episode 8 of 8
There is a staffing crisis at Tan Hill Inn, Britain's highest pub, while the library ceiling needs repair work at Muncaster Castle in the Lakes

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
Rating
8.2
 
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