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6:00am
Teleshopping
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Rating
2.7
 
   
8:00am
High Street TV Teleshopping
Dormeo

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Not Yet Rated
 
   
8:30am
Teleshopping
H20 e3 Cleaning System

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Rating
2.7
 
   
9:00am
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Season 4 Episode 10 of 16
Inspector Lyndsey attends a property to find a very hungry husky, which is not only seven kilograms underweight, but also has conjunctivitis. In the Wirral, Inspector Anthony Joynes is called out to a shocking case in which nine-year-old German Shepherd Reeko has been left with an awful skin condition. Plus, the bittersweet tale of Peg, a beloved crossbreed who befriended a para in Afghanistan

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
10:00am
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Season 4 Episode 11 of 16
Chief Inspector Cathy Hyde investigates a Leigh resident suspected of being involved in puppy trafficking. In Hull, an obese chocolate labrador called Candy has been left to suffer with a chronic ear infection and a skin condition, while in the Wirral, Louie, an American bulldog, was left to fend for himself in a locked house surrounded by his own mess

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
3.1
 
   
11:00am
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Season 4 Episode 12 of 16
Herchy Boal teams up with the police to attend a property near Birmingham suspected of being used as a puppy farm, and in Merseyside, Anthony Joynes helps Patterdale terriers Frodo and Smeagol. They are covered in deep wounds that are apparently due to their use in badger-baiting, and are infested with ticks and ear mites

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
12:05pm
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Season 4 Episode 13 of 16
An inspector in Birkenhead is called to a property where a terrified terrier-cross has a nasty flea infestation, while in Birmingham, one of his colleagues discovers a dog of a similarly mixed breed with a painful skin condition. In Scunthorpe, an anxious inspector offers a new lease of life to two Labradors that have been kept in training cages by their overwhelmed owner, and a puppy at the Southridge Animal Centre finds a new home

Category Education/Science/Factual
(Subtitles)
Rating
3.1
 
   
1:05pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 1 of 6
Scotland Rob Bell revisits lines decommissioned in the 1960s and celebrates the new life that has been created from their remains. He begins his quest in Scotland, journeying along the old route from Elgin to Portsoy, a line that served the fishing and whisky industries. Rob wonders at the formidable Elgin station, which still stands strong, before tracking the line along the coast. Lossiemouth once saw sherry barrels aplenty and vast quantities of fish along its route, and the picturesque docks still betray the presence of steel track right up to the water's edge

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
2:05pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 2 of 6
Sheffield Rob Bell starts his second journey in the steel town of Sheffield, where across the road from the old Royal Victoria Station, the Station Hotel once served as a temporary home to millions of train passengers. He takes a short ride on a freight train out of Sheffield towards Wortley, where he is thrilled by a miniature railway run by local engineering enthusiasts. Over the Pennines, Rob traces the route of the Woodhead Tunnel, once the longest of its kind, before joining a still-working stretch of the line at Hadfield, heading into his final destination - the industrial powerhouse of Manchester

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
3:05pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 3 of 6
Dartmoor Rob Bell meets a man who has meticulously recreated the beginning of the Plymouth-to-Exeter line in miniature. He then charts this closed line through Dartmoor. In Tavistock, Rob samples the famous local rabbit pie and at the Ambrosia rice pudding factory, learns that the line was largely responsible for the UK-wide success of the business. After joining the Granite Way, which has now become a much-loved cycle route, Rob arrives in Okehampton before linking on to Exeter. This service exists now thanks to local campaigners - a small victory for lost lines and the communities they used to serve

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
4:00pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 4 of 6
Lake District Rob Bell revisits decommissioned railway lines in the Lake District, where he looks for elusive signs of a route that begins over a busy motorway near Penrith. As he traces the route, he learns the tragic tale of engineer Thomas Bouch, whose reputation was ruined by a disaster, and discovers how a lost line near Keswick once supported the whole region by transporting minerals and ore from the mines

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
5:00pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 5 of 6
Somerset and Dorset Rob Bell revisits the decommissioned Somerset-and-Dorset line, which transformed the fortunes of local seaside towns, but proved costly to build and maintain. Rob discovers why the boggy Somerset Levels presented such challenge to lay track upon, and the expense of construction becomes even more apparent as he treks into the unforgivingly rocky Mendip Hills, where several grand viaducts had to be built. Heading through the final, most expensive and tragic part of the line, Rob explores the hastily constructed Coombe Down Tunnel

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
6:00pm
Walking Britain's Lost Railways
Season 1 Episode 6 of 6
Wales Rob Bell visits Wales to examine the story of a lost line between Ruabon and Barmouth. The route represented a sea-change in how ordinary Victorian working families were granted affordable access to the landscape and language of the Welsh heartlands. He takes a trip across the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - the oldest and longest navigable aqueduct in Great Britain and the highest in the world - and goes canoeing in Lake Bala. In Dolgellau, Rob meets a local harpist and hears the sounds that became intrinsically tied to the image of Wales

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
7.5
 
   
7:00pm
The Highland Vet
Season 2 Episode 6 of 6
An otter is rushed into surgery, apparently suffering from dehydration, a duck is having trouble standing up, and a ewe is struggling to feed two newborn lambs

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
6.3
 
   
8:00pm
Our Yorkshire Farm
Season 3 Episode 4 of 6
The family has recently discovered that their home is more than 700 years old, which inspires Edith and Violet to search the barn for evidence of previous occupants. Clemmy helps Amanda to treat a ewe suffering from a nasty ailment, while the discovery of a collection of toy steam trains sparks a restoration project for Clive and the boys

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
8.7
 
   
9:00pm
Britain's Favourite Biscuit
Celebrities including Sally Lindsay and Joe Swash reveal their verdict on the best biscuit before the results of a top 20 survey of the nation's favourite is revealed. There is also opportunity to see what copes best in a cuppa as cookies are put through their paces in the dunk test

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
4.3
 
   
10:30pm
When TV Double Acts Fall Out
A look at how entertainment partnerships have succumbed to the pressure of being in the spotlight, including the likes of Cannon and Ball, Simon and Garfunkel, David Baddiel and Rob Newman, and Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie. Drawing on archive, first-person testimonies and interviews with performers' friends, peers and fellow industry professionals, this programme looks at how some of the biggest and most popular double acts failed to last the course

Category News/Current Affairs
Not Yet Rated
 
   
12:00am
The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies
Season 4 Episode 14 of 16
A Yorkshire terrier with heavily matted fur gets a much-needed haircut, leading Inspector Bowles to give some stern words of advice about the necessity of grooming. Lucy the Staffie cross has been kept inside a dark house for so long that it has affected her eyesight and she is extremely overweight - having been taken into the RSPCA's care, will Lucy be able to shed some pounds and adapt to life in the great outdoors?

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
3.1
 
   
12:55am
Longmire
Season 6 Episode 7 of 10
Opiates and Antibiotics Walt suspects a gangster believed to be dead may still be alive. Mathias questions Cady about Catori, and a mobile clinic raises Henry's suspicions

Category Police/Crime Drama
Rating
7.3
 
   
2:15am
Longmire
Season 6 Episode 8 of 10
Cowboy Bill Vic and Walt search for Shane Muldoon, and Cady's office is trashed

Category Police/Crime Drama
Rating
7.3
 
   
3:30am
Criminals: Caught on Camera
Season 1 Episode 4 of 6
Documentary showing how CCTV and other technological advances are helping to bring car thieves to justice. Suspected criminals in Chester are involved in a high-speed chase through the city centre, and there is footage that helped put an end to one of London's most prolific gangs. The programme also includes film of a getaway in which robbers tried to evade the law by driving at 180mph

Category Education/Science/Factual
Rating
2.9
 
   
3:55am
Access
Showbiz news and gossip

Category General
Rating
2.1
 
   
4:00am
Teleshopping
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

Category Leisure/Hobbies
Rating
2.7
 
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