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Sat 22 Jan

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

Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Byfleet
Season 4 Episode 2/40

The Rich brothers are joined by Arit Anderson to create an all-year-round garden in Byfleet, Surrey, for stylish octogenarian Gay to enjoy the birds and remember her late husband

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Shoreham-by-Sea Swiss Garden
Season 4 Episode 3/40

Charlie Dimmock and David and Harry Rich transform a garden in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, into the perfect place for John and David to host their wedding reception

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Highlands: Scotland's Wild Heart
Highlanders
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Following the efforts being made by scientists, conservationists and local people in the Highlands as they work to repair the damage of the past and rebuild wild landscapes and habitats. The programme meets Dave Anderson from Forestry Commission Scotland and his colleague Simon Smith as they tag and monitor red kite and osprey chicks, gaining a unique perspective of the lives of the birds before they fly the nest. Cameras also capture the efforts of the Scottish Wildcat Action Plan team, as well as Paul Lister's project to reintroduce wolves and bears to his Alladale Wilderness Reserve

Rating: 4.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 14/18

When Nik Huddy and Vanessa Ford Robbins stumbled upon an overgrown Victorian gate lodge in Surrey, they saw an opportunity to express their love of arts and crafts by restoring the tiny building to its former glory. They lived onsite in a caravan through two freezing winters, and even when they finally moved in, the house was too small to install a proper bathroom. Architect George Clarke catches up with the couple one year on, now that they've added a handy extension to the property

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 15/18

Recession-hit builders Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards bought a derelict Victorian school in Pencader, Carmarthenshire, with the aim of turning it into both a place of business and a home. However, they failed to win a grant to help finance the project, and were forced to battle through harsh winters while living in a caravan on site. Architect George Clarke returns one year on, to find they have not only largely reconstructed the building from scratch, but also transformed it into a modern family home with impressive energy-efficiency levels

Rating: 6.9
4:15pm
The First Great Escape
Documentary using original accounts and diary extracts to tell the story of a prison break staged by British officers from the Holzminden PoW camp in Hanover during the First World War, inspiring the famous breakout from Stalag Luft III in March 1944 that was depicted in the classic 1963 film The Great Escape. The original plan, staged in July 1918, involved inmates making use of cutlery as digging tools to create a tunnel and bed slats to shore it up, with 29 men making it to freedom on the evening of July 24

Rating: 5
5:30pm
Highlands: Scotland's Wild Heart
Highlanders
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Following the efforts being made by scientists, conservationists and local people in the Highlands as they work to repair the damage of the past and rebuild wild landscapes and habitats. The programme meets Dave Anderson from Forestry Commission Scotland and his colleague Simon Smith as they tag and monitor red kite and osprey chicks, gaining a unique perspective of the lives of the birds before they fly the nest. Cameras also capture the efforts of the Scottish Wildcat Action Plan team, as well as Paul Lister's project to reintroduce wolves and bears to his Alladale Wilderness Reserve

Rating: 4.5
6:45pm
Kindertransport - Kenneth's Story
Kenneth Appel, 92, speaks about growing up as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany and how he was rescued by Britain's Kindertransport programme

Rating: 10
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Byfleet
Season 4 Episode 2/40

The Rich brothers are joined by Arit Anderson to create an all-year-round garden in Byfleet, Surrey, for stylish octogenarian Gay to enjoy the birds and remember her late husband

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Shoreham-by-Sea Swiss Garden
Season 4 Episode 3/40

Charlie Dimmock and David and Harry Rich transform a garden in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, into the perfect place for John and David to host their wedding reception

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
The First Great Escape
Documentary using original accounts and diary extracts to tell the story of a prison break staged by British officers from the Holzminden PoW camp in Hanover during the First World War, inspiring the famous breakout from Stalag Luft III in March 1944 that was depicted in the classic 1963 film The Great Escape. The original plan, staged in July 1918, involved inmates making use of cutlery as digging tools to create a tunnel and bed slats to shore it up, with 29 men making it to freedom on the evening of July 24

Rating: 5
10:15pm
Dara and Ed's Road to Mandalay
Thailand
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Dara O Briain and Ed Byrne continue their journey in Thailand, where they find out about locals' reaction to the tourist explosion in Bangkok, explore the ruins of the capital of Ayutthaya and visit an elephant sanctuary. Along the way, they stop off for a massage and Ed has a go at Thai boxing. They also visit a turtle conservation centre, where they help to return two of the animals to the sea, and meet members of a hill tribe who have turned their tradition of downhill racing in wooden carts into a tourist attraction

Rating: 5.2
11:30pm
Secrets of Sex
Secrets of Sex: Addicted to Porn
Metallica's James Hetfield narrates this film exploring the impact of porn - from how it affects the brain, to how modern technology makes it easier than ever to access

Rating: 5.9
12:45am
The First Great Escape
Documentary using original accounts and diary extracts to tell the story of a prison break staged by British officers from the Holzminden PoW camp in Hanover during the First World War, inspiring the famous breakout from Stalag Luft III in March 1944 that was depicted in the classic 1963 film The Great Escape. The original plan, staged in July 1918, involved inmates making use of cutlery as digging tools to create a tunnel and bed slats to shore it up, with 29 men making it to freedom on the evening of July 24

Rating: 5
2:00am
GameChangers: Bhangra Boys
A look at culture, immigration, activism and community through the experience of the Maritime Bhangra Group as they dance for charity and into our hearts

3:15am
Brewing Stories
A history of the three breweries on the banks of the Thames in London, with amazing stories and first hand accounts of people that worked in them.

Rating: 7
4:30am
Going Underground: Tales from the Tube
Season 1 Episode 1/

The early history of the tube, through the two world wars, 1960s migration and up to the 1980s

5:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1

Sun 23 Jan

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

Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Shefford
Season 4 Episode 4/40

The Rich brothers and Arit Anderson travel to Shefford in Bedfordshire, where they compete for the chance to help Karen and Duncan, who claim their garden is too boring

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Bristol Fishponds
Season 4 Episode 5/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich are called in by a young family in Fishponds, Bristol, to create a garden to unwind in after work. Zoe and Jonny are dedicated charity workers who want and need a sanctuary spot to relax away from their emotionally challenging work. They also want the designers to find a way of including a place for Zoe to grow her wedding bouquet for their upcoming marriage, somewhere for new baby, Ottilie, to play and even an outdoor spot for Zoe to practise alfresco yoga

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The actress travels around the UK coast by train, beginning by boarding the famous Jacobite steam train for a trip along Scotland's West Highland Railway, famously featured in the Harry Potter movies. Along the way, Julie learns about herring gutting and blowing up railway lines, and meets a traditional Scottish storyteller on the Isle of Skye

Rating: 1.6
2:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The actress travels from Newcastle to Edinburgh by high speed train. Along the way, she stops off at the coastal town of Alnmouth, discovers where the phrase Keep Calm and Carry On originated, visits the world's biggest gannet colony, and goes out to sea with a lobster breeder. When she reaches her destination, she discovers the connection between the railway and the famous Balmoral Hotel

Rating: 1.6
3:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 3/4

The actress travels on the famous Great Western Railway to Cornwall. She recalls childhood holidays when she stops at Torquay before heading to a supposedly haunted castle at Kingswear. She also uncovers tales of smuggling and joins members of the RNLI on a practice run before visiting an unusual cake shop in Penzance

Rating: 1.6
4:00pm
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

Rating: 1.6
5:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The actress travels around the UK coast by train, beginning by boarding the famous Jacobite steam train for a trip along Scotland's West Highland Railway, famously featured in the Harry Potter movies. Along the way, Julie learns about herring gutting and blowing up railway lines, and meets a traditional Scottish storyteller on the Isle of Skye

Rating: 1.6
6:00pm
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The actress travels from Newcastle to Edinburgh by high speed train. Along the way, she stops off at the coastal town of Alnmouth, discovers where the phrase Keep Calm and Carry On originated, visits the world's biggest gannet colony, and goes out to sea with a lobster breeder. When she reaches her destination, she discovers the connection between the railway and the famous Balmoral Hotel

Rating: 1.6
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Shefford
Season 4 Episode 4/40

The Rich brothers and Arit Anderson travel to Shefford in Bedfordshire, where they compete for the chance to help Karen and Duncan, who claim their garden is too boring

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Bristol Fishponds
Season 4 Episode 5/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich are called in by a young family in Fishponds, Bristol, to create a garden to unwind in after work. Zoe and Jonny are dedicated charity workers who want and need a sanctuary spot to relax away from their emotionally challenging work. They also want the designers to find a way of including a place for Zoe to grow her wedding bouquet for their upcoming marriage, somewhere for new baby, Ottilie, to play and even an outdoor spot for Zoe to practise alfresco yoga

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
Spitfire: The Birth of a Legend
Documentary telling the story of the single-seater fighter plane, from its design to its vital role in the Second World War, with contributions by former pilots

Rating: 8
10:00pm
Dara and Ed's Road to Mandalay
Myanmar
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Dara O Briain and Ed Byrne arrive in Myanmar at a time of great political change. After 50 years of military rule, the first elections were held, heralding a new era of democracy. Along the way, the duo take part in a Buddhist Festival of Light, have their fortunes read from chicken bones and try to master the art of 'leg rowing'. The last leg of their journey takes them up the historic road to Mandalay - not in fact a road, but a river - and when they reach their final destination, they visit a comedy troupe called the Moustache Brothers, with whom Ed has a personal connection

Rating: 5.2
11:15pm
Secrets of Sex
Red Light
As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalising prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue

Rating: 5.9
12:30am
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 1/4

The actress travels around the UK coast by train, beginning by boarding the famous Jacobite steam train for a trip along Scotland's West Highland Railway, famously featured in the Harry Potter movies. Along the way, Julie learns about herring gutting and blowing up railway lines, and meets a traditional Scottish storyteller on the Isle of Skye

Rating: 1.6
1:30am
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 2/4

The actress travels from Newcastle to Edinburgh by high speed train. Along the way, she stops off at the coastal town of Alnmouth, discovers where the phrase Keep Calm and Carry On originated, visits the world's biggest gannet colony, and goes out to sea with a lobster breeder. When she reaches her destination, she discovers the connection between the railway and the famous Balmoral Hotel

Rating: 1.6
2:30am
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters
Season 1 Episode 3/4

The actress travels on the famous Great Western Railway to Cornwall. She recalls childhood holidays when she stops at Torquay before heading to a supposedly haunted castle at Kingswear. She also uncovers tales of smuggling and joins members of the RNLI on a practice run before visiting an unusual cake shop in Penzance

Rating: 1.6
3:30am
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

Rating: 1.6
4:30am
Going Underground: Tales from the Tube
Season 1 Episode 2/

The early history of the tube, through the two world wars, 1960s migration and up to the 1980s

5:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1

Mon 24 Jan

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

Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Southsea
Season 4 Episode 6/40

Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich are in Southsea on the South Coast, helping mum Christine and daughter Tracey, whose garden has been affected by building work

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Melton Mowbray
Season 4 Episode 7/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich create an al fresco cooking and dining area in a garden in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 1/12

Competitive food show, presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, in which two families face a series of challenges based on the realities of everyday meals, cooking up their favourite dishes both in the studio and in their own homes. At the end of each show, judges Giorgio Locatelli and Rosemary Shrager will decide which family make it through to the next round, beginning with the Marks from west London up against the Charles family from Yorkshire

Rating: 3.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 2/18

Alison and Matthew Grey, two designers from London with young children, are looking for a new place to live within commuting distance of the city. The couple plan to turn a pumping station into a design haven, but with costs mounting, there's a danger they will have to refinance to finish the build. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
Britain's Best Back Gardens
Season 1 Episode 1/3

In celebration of his 50 years as a horticulturist, Alan Titchmarsh has spent the past 12 months appealing to the public to nominate their gardens, and he has now chosen his 30 favourites. In this series, they are divided into three categories and he visits each, discovering people from all walks of life doing remarkable things with their outdoor spaces. The first programme reveals his top 10 challenging plots, created despite restrictions in size, location or circumstances, including the tiniest pub garden

Rating: 10
4:15pm
Garden Rescue
Southsea
Season 4 Episode 6/40

Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich are in Southsea on the South Coast, helping mum Christine and daughter Tracey, whose garden has been affected by building work

Rating: 6.8
5:15pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 1/12

Actor and comedian Adrian Edmondson returns to his birthplace of Yorkshire to document a summer in the life of the Dales, meeting the people who live there all year round. Sixteen-year-old Phillip Mellin talks about running his family's farm alongside his mother, following the death of his father last year, while vet Neil Roberts is called out to an emergency calving

Rating: 6
5:45pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 1/12

Competitive food show, presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, in which two families face a series of challenges based on the realities of everyday meals, cooking up their favourite dishes both in the studio and in their own homes. At the end of each show, judges Giorgio Locatelli and Rosemary Shrager will decide which family make it through to the next round, beginning with the Marks from west London up against the Charles family from Yorkshire

Rating: 3.5
7:00pm
BSL Zone
Signs of An Affair
Flora suspects her husband of 21 years is up to no good. Misunderstandings and mayhem ensue as she searches for the truth

Rating: 7.5
7:30pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 1/12

Actor and comedian Adrian Edmondson returns to his birthplace of Yorkshire to document a summer in the life of the Dales, meeting the people who live there all year round. Sixteen-year-old Phillip Mellin talks about running his family's farm alongside his mother, following the death of his father last year, while vet Neil Roberts is called out to an emergency calving

Rating: 6
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Melton Mowbray
Season 4 Episode 7/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich create an al fresco cooking and dining area in a garden in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 2/18

Alison and Matthew Grey, two designers from London with young children, are looking for a new place to live within commuting distance of the city. The couple plan to turn a pumping station into a design haven, but with costs mounting, there's a danger they will have to refinance to finish the build. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
10:00pm
BSL Zone
Signs of An Affair
Flora suspects her husband of 21 years is up to no good. Misunderstandings and mayhem ensue as she searches for the truth

Rating: 7.5
10:30pm
Cut: Exposing FGM Worldwide
Filmmakers interview survivors, activists and doctors in 14 countries to document the practice of female genital mutilation

Rating: 8
12:15am
Kindertransport - Kenneth's Story
Kenneth Appel, 92, speaks about growing up as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany and how he was rescued by Britain's Kindertransport programme

Rating: 10
12:30am
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 1/12

Actor and comedian Adrian Edmondson returns to his birthplace of Yorkshire to document a summer in the life of the Dales, meeting the people who live there all year round. Sixteen-year-old Phillip Mellin talks about running his family's farm alongside his mother, following the death of his father last year, while vet Neil Roberts is called out to an emergency calving

Rating: 6
1:00am
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 2/18

Alison and Matthew Grey, two designers from London with young children, are looking for a new place to live within commuting distance of the city. The couple plan to turn a pumping station into a design haven, but with costs mounting, there's a danger they will have to refinance to finish the build. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
2:00am
Battersea Junction
A history of the Winstanley and York Road estates in Battersea, South London, from the slum clearances that created them to recent developments. Told by local people who have seen the area change

Rating: 6.3
3:00am
Kindertransport - Kenneth's Story
Kenneth Appel, 92, speaks about growing up as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany and how he was rescued by Britain's Kindertransport programme

Rating: 10
3:15am
Ade in Britain
Cumbria
Season 1 Episode 5/20

Adrian Edmondson is in Cumbria, where he gets to grips with the production of Cumberland sausages and tries to uncover the secret recipe for Grasmere gingerbread. The presenter's exploration of unusual British traditions and dishes also leads him to sample the sport of hound trailing and prepare a meal for local wrestlers

Rating: 3.6
4:15am
Blue Passion
Scuba diving lets humans explore the underwater world, develop friendships and save marine life. In Sunderland, scuba brings people together to find freedom under the sea

Rating: 9
5:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1

Tue 25 Jan

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

Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
Teleshopping programming bringing you a selection of innovative products

Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Milton Keynes
Season 4 Episode 8/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Milton Keynes, compete for the chance to create a barbecue-friendly, brightly planted, Hindu-inspired garden for Vinay and Raunak

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Appleton
Season 4 Episode 10/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich compete to create a BMX track for youngster Ollie - not yet 10 - in his garden in Warrington

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 2/12

As Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain's culinary competition continues, the Karims from west London go up against the Dawes family from Hampshire. Aunt Zakila is queen of the kitchen in the Karim's household, but will her spice mix leave the judges wanting more when they visit the family at home? Ellie Dawes and her scientist boyfriend Sam share a passion for food, but it remains to be seen whether their bold use of ingredients will be a step too far for the judges

Rating: 3.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 3/18

Building surveyor Alan Appleby and his wife Dora have saved a derelict flint mill in Stone, Staffordshire, from falling down and set about repairing the damage. However, Alan's passion for old structures soon takes over and the couple end up ploughing all their time and money into the project. Architect George Clarke helps them every step of the way and uncovers a connection between the mill and the world-renowned pottery and ceramics of Josiah Wedgwood

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
Britain's Best Back Gardens
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Alan Titchmarsh reveals his 10 favourite working gardens, which he defines as those that not only look pleasant but enhance the lives of their owners in other ways. From a vegetable plot grown to aid in the recovery of a cancer patient to a Japanese garden built for meditation, the horticulturist hears stories of outdoor spaces that amount to more than merely a place where attractive flowers are cultivated

Rating: 10
4:15pm
Garden Rescue
Milton Keynes
Season 4 Episode 8/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Milton Keynes, compete for the chance to create a barbecue-friendly, brightly planted, Hindu-inspired garden for Vinay and Raunak

Rating: 6.8
5:15pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 2/12

Farmer Alex Wilkes takes her small herd of dairy cows to compete at the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate, and Adrian Edmondson meets Tom Orde-Powlett, who is the heir to the historic Bolton Castle in Wensleydale. Plus, 16-year-old Phillip Mellin tries to shear sheep for the first time

Rating: 6
5:45pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 2/12

As Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain's culinary competition continues, the Karims from west London go up against the Dawes family from Hampshire. Aunt Zakila is queen of the kitchen in the Karim's household, but will her spice mix leave the judges wanting more when they visit the family at home? Ellie Dawes and her scientist boyfriend Sam share a passion for food, but it remains to be seen whether their bold use of ingredients will be a step too far for the judges

Rating: 3.5
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Milton Keynes
Season 4 Episode 8/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Milton Keynes, compete for the chance to create a barbecue-friendly, brightly planted, Hindu-inspired garden for Vinay and Raunak

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Appleton
Season 4 Episode 10/40

Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich compete to create a BMX track for youngster Ollie - not yet 10 - in his garden in Warrington

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 3/18

Building surveyor Alan Appleby and his wife Dora have saved a derelict flint mill in Stone, Staffordshire, from falling down and set about repairing the damage. However, Alan's passion for old structures soon takes over and the couple end up ploughing all their time and money into the project. Architect George Clarke helps them every step of the way and uncovers a connection between the mill and the world-renowned pottery and ceramics of Josiah Wedgwood

Rating: 6.9
10:00pm
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern reveal some of the easy fixes that can help to dramatically improve people's diet, fitness and mental wellbeing. In the first edition, Hugh and Steph challenge one GPs' surgery to test out solutions for their compulsive snacking. They also tackle their own health concerns, from Hugh's stress to Steph's sensitive stomach

Rating: 10
11:15pm
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

Rating: 5.9
12:30am
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 2/12

Farmer Alex Wilkes takes her small herd of dairy cows to compete at the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate, and Adrian Edmondson meets Tom Orde-Powlett, who is the heir to the historic Bolton Castle in Wensleydale. Plus, 16-year-old Phillip Mellin tries to shear sheep for the first time

Rating: 6
1:00am
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 3/18

Building surveyor Alan Appleby and his wife Dora have saved a derelict flint mill in Stone, Staffordshire, from falling down and set about repairing the damage. However, Alan's passion for old structures soon takes over and the couple end up ploughing all their time and money into the project. Architect George Clarke helps them every step of the way and uncovers a connection between the mill and the world-renowned pottery and ceramics of Josiah Wedgwood

Rating: 6.9
2:00am
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern reveal some of the easy fixes that can help to dramatically improve people's diet, fitness and mental wellbeing. In the first edition, Hugh and Steph challenge one GPs' surgery to test out solutions for their compulsive snacking. They also tackle their own health concerns, from Hugh's stress to Steph's sensitive stomach

Rating: 10
3:15am
Ade in Britain
Scotland
Season 1 Episode 7/20

Adrian Edmondson heads to Scotland, where he helps make whisky, before travelling to the Strathmore Highland Games in the grounds of Glamis Castle, Angus. There he meets weight-throwers and caber-tossers, makes bridies and prepares a traditional meal for a group of dancers

Rating: 3.6
4:15am
Journeys: Stories of Immigration
Stories of migration to South West London 1948 to 1971, from the Windrush era onwards

5:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1

Wed 26 Jan

6:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Leamington Spa
Season 4 Episode 11/40

The team are in Leamington Spa to help Robert and Gemma and their daughter Darcey, who is afraid of the family's nettle-strewn, overgrown garden

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Swindon
Season 4 Episode 12/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Swindon, competing to transform an uninspiring garden into a welcoming and warm outdoor space, perfect for entertaining or dining

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 3/12

Culinary competition hosted by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, in which the Pigotts from Oxfordshire face the Hilliards from Essex. Will the Pigott brothers and their bold, globally inspired flavours impress the judges, or will the classic home cooking of the Hilliard sisters and their mum be what judges Rosemary Shrager and Giorgio Locatelli are looking for?

Rating: 3.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 5/18

Recession-hit builders Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards have bought a derelict Victorian school in Pencader, Carmarthenshire, with the aim of turning it into both a place of business and a home. Having failed to win a grant to help finance the project, they are left battling through harsh winters while living in a caravan on site, and their family firm hangs in the balance. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
Britain's Best Back Gardens
Season 1 Episode 3/3

In celebration of his 50 years as a horticulturist, Alan Titchmarsh has spent the past 12 months appealing to the public to nominate their gardens, from which he has chosen his top 30. In this final programme, he presents his 10 favourite flights of fancy - the most creative outdoor spaces he has seen during the nationwide search, from the brash and the bonkers to the brilliantly over the top

Rating: 10
4:15pm
Garden Rescue
Leamington Spa
Season 4 Episode 11/40

The team are in Leamington Spa to help Robert and Gemma and their daughter Darcey, who is afraid of the family's nettle-strewn, overgrown garden

Rating: 6.8
5:15pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 3/12

Tom Orde-Powlett talks about his plans for Bolton Castle, which include reintroducing falconry displays and training an owl to deliver wedding rings to couples getting married there. Shepherdess Amanda Owen enlists the help of her five children to rid her farm of moles, while volunteers and staff at the Wensleydale railway prepare and unload a steam train for an annual celebration

Rating: 6
5:45pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 3/12

Culinary competition hosted by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, in which the Pigotts from Oxfordshire face the Hilliards from Essex. Will the Pigott brothers and their bold, globally inspired flavours impress the judges, or will the classic home cooking of the Hilliard sisters and their mum be what judges Rosemary Shrager and Giorgio Locatelli are looking for?

Rating: 3.5
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Leamington Spa
Season 4 Episode 11/40

The team are in Leamington Spa to help Robert and Gemma and their daughter Darcey, who is afraid of the family's nettle-strewn, overgrown garden

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Swindon
Season 4 Episode 12/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Swindon, competing to transform an uninspiring garden into a welcoming and warm outdoor space, perfect for entertaining or dining

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 5/18

Recession-hit builders Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards have bought a derelict Victorian school in Pencader, Carmarthenshire, with the aim of turning it into both a place of business and a home. Having failed to win a grant to help finance the project, they are left battling through harsh winters while living in a caravan on site, and their family firm hangs in the balance. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
10:00pm
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern challenge staff at a garden centre in the Wirral to test remedies for their aches and pains. The pair also tackle their own health concerns, including Steph's apprehension at exercising while pregnant and Hugh's worry that he's starting to lose his mental sharpness. Hugh then meets a family in Devon struggling with a very common ailment - fussy eating. With mealtimes a battlefield, he wants to discover if a counterintuitive idea may finally bring peace to the dinner table

Rating: 10
11:15pm
Secrets of Sex
Secrets of Sex: Addicted to Porn
Metallica's James Hetfield narrates this film exploring the impact of porn - from how it affects the brain, to how modern technology makes it easier than ever to access

Rating: 5.9
12:30am
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 3/12

Tom Orde-Powlett talks about his plans for Bolton Castle, which include reintroducing falconry displays and training an owl to deliver wedding rings to couples getting married there. Shepherdess Amanda Owen enlists the help of her five children to rid her farm of moles, while volunteers and staff at the Wensleydale railway prepare and unload a steam train for an annual celebration

Rating: 6
1:00am
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 5/18

Recession-hit builders Ian and Jayne Hall Edwards have bought a derelict Victorian school in Pencader, Carmarthenshire, with the aim of turning it into both a place of business and a home. Having failed to win a grant to help finance the project, they are left battling through harsh winters while living in a caravan on site, and their family firm hangs in the balance. Architect George Clarke follows their progress

Rating: 6.9
2:00am
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern challenge staff at a garden centre in the Wirral to test remedies for their aches and pains. The pair also tackle their own health concerns, including Steph's apprehension at exercising while pregnant and Hugh's worry that he's starting to lose his mental sharpness. Hugh then meets a family in Devon struggling with a very common ailment - fussy eating. With mealtimes a battlefield, he wants to discover if a counterintuitive idea may finally bring peace to the dinner table

Rating: 10
3:15am
Ade in Britain
Gloucestershire
Season 1 Episode 2/20

Adrian Edmondson is in Gloucestershire, where he visits the River Severn, prepares a local delicacy of baby eels and learns about the unusual sport of shin-kicking. The writer and comedian also meets breeders of Gloucester Old Spot pigs before rustling up a gammon and apricot pie for a musician

Rating: 3.6
4:15am
NHS - A New Jerusalem
We look the beginngs of the NHS and how it came about. With interview and stories fom those who were there. Doctors to the Nurses!

5:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1

Thu 27 Jan

6:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Petersfield
Season 4 Episode 13/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Petersfield, Hampshire, competing to create a secluded Japanese-inspired relaxation area at the end of a couple's long garden

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
Daresbury
Season 4 Episode 14/40

Rich brothers David and Harry together with Charlie Dimmock travel to Daresbury in Chester, to help turn Karen and Alan's small, over-looked wedge-shaped plot into something better. Charlie's notion is a green oasis filled with purple and white flowers and boasting a pergola and water feature, while in the Rich brothers' design, trees and shrubs lure the couple into a journey around the corners of the garden with cottage planting, seasonal blossom and autumnal colours in the leaves proving an ever changing array of colour

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 4/12

Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain host another round of the culinary competition, which sees the Massaccesi family from Wiltshire - mum, dad and their 16-year-old daughter - go up against the Gangotra sisters from Birmingham. Italian home cooking is at the heart of the Massaccesi family, and that's what they'll be drawing on in their bid to win over judges Rosemary Shrager and Giorgio Locatelli. In their way are the Gangotras, whose flair for traditional Indian food draws on their heritage. Who will be going through to the semi-finals?

Rating: 3.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 7/18

Marco and Kath Walker have bought a pair of 17th and 18th-century cow barns from a local farmer in Wellington, Herefordshire, but the couple are restoration novices and the project is beset with problems from the start. Architect George Clarke offers much-needed advice and discovers how these Grade II-listed buildings and the surrounding land helped to revolutionise cattle farming in the UK

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
GameChangers: Anne Frank
Over 70 years after Anne Frank's death, Eva Schloss, Anne's step-sister and Auschwitz survivor, recounts their story and the story of Anne's Diary

4:15pm
Garden Rescue
Petersfield
Season 4 Episode 13/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Petersfield, Hampshire, competing to create a secluded Japanese-inspired relaxation area at the end of a couple's long garden

Rating: 6.8
5:15pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 4/12

Vicar Ann Chapman, who runs four rural churches in the Dales, talks about her job, while Adrian Edmondson tries his hand at sheepdog training with 16-year-old shepherd Phillip Mellin and his mother Carol. Plus, fashion designer Izzy Lane and farmer Ernest Ayre try to track down a ram on the loose in their sheep sanctuary

Rating: 6
5:45pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 4/12

Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain host another round of the culinary competition, which sees the Massaccesi family from Wiltshire - mum, dad and their 16-year-old daughter - go up against the Gangotra sisters from Birmingham. Italian home cooking is at the heart of the Massaccesi family, and that's what they'll be drawing on in their bid to win over judges Rosemary Shrager and Giorgio Locatelli. In their way are the Gangotras, whose flair for traditional Indian food draws on their heritage. Who will be going through to the semi-finals?

Rating: 3.5
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Petersfield
Season 4 Episode 13/40

The Rich brothers and Charlie Dimmock travel to Petersfield, Hampshire, competing to create a secluded Japanese-inspired relaxation area at the end of a couple's long garden

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
Daresbury
Season 4 Episode 14/40

Rich brothers David and Harry together with Charlie Dimmock travel to Daresbury in Chester, to help turn Karen and Alan's small, over-looked wedge-shaped plot into something better. Charlie's notion is a green oasis filled with purple and white flowers and boasting a pergola and water feature, while in the Rich brothers' design, trees and shrubs lure the couple into a journey around the corners of the garden with cottage planting, seasonal blossom and autumnal colours in the leaves proving an ever changing array of colour

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
Belsen: Our Story
Documentary exploring the concentration camp, featuring personal accounts from the few remaining survivors and archive footage shot by the British forces that liberated them. Bergen-Belsen was used to hold prisoners evacuated from camps that had fallen to the Allied advance, leading its population to increase to nearly 60,000 by the winter of 1944. Thousands died at the camp from starvation and disease, their bodies left unburied. The British and Canadian forces who discovered the camp were left with no choice but to burn it to the ground

Rating: 2
10:15pm
Film GameChangers - Big Sonia ()
Following 91-year-old Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski, who has inspired thousands as a public speaker, as she finds her Kansas Mall shop under threat of eviction

11:30pm
Escaping the Blitz
Operation Pied Piper was the Government's plan to evacuate all children and many mothers out of urban areas into the countryside at the start of the Second World War

Rating: 10
12:30am
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 4/12

Vicar Ann Chapman, who runs four rural churches in the Dales, talks about her job, while Adrian Edmondson tries his hand at sheepdog training with 16-year-old shepherd Phillip Mellin and his mother Carol. Plus, fashion designer Izzy Lane and farmer Ernest Ayre try to track down a ram on the loose in their sheep sanctuary

Rating: 6
1:00am
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 7/18

Marco and Kath Walker have bought a pair of 17th and 18th-century cow barns from a local farmer in Wellington, Herefordshire, but the couple are restoration novices and the project is beset with problems from the start. Architect George Clarke offers much-needed advice and discovers how these Grade II-listed buildings and the surrounding land helped to revolutionise cattle farming in the UK

Rating: 6.9
2:00am
Belsen: Our Story
Documentary exploring the concentration camp, featuring personal accounts from the few remaining survivors and archive footage shot by the British forces that liberated them. Bergen-Belsen was used to hold prisoners evacuated from camps that had fallen to the Allied advance, leading its population to increase to nearly 60,000 by the winter of 1944. Thousands died at the camp from starvation and disease, their bodies left unburied. The British and Canadian forces who discovered the camp were left with no choice but to burn it to the ground

Rating: 2
3:15am
Ade in Britain
Derbyshire
Season 1 Episode 8/20

Adrian Edmondson experiences farm life with Derbyshire Gritstone sheep, turns his hand to dry-stone walling and visits the town of Bakewell to discover which dessert came first - the tart or the pudding. He also finds time to cook a local lamb dish for the Winster Morris Dancers

Rating: 3.6
4:15am
Blue Passion
Scuba diving lets humans explore the underwater world, develop friendships and save marine life. In Sunderland, scuba brings people together to find freedom under the sea

Rating: 9
5:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1

Fri 28 Jan

6:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
6:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
7:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
8:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
9:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
10:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
11:00am
Garden Rescue
Bristol Bradley Stoke
Season 4 Episode 15/40

Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Bradley Stoke, Bristol, to come to the horticultural aid of Laura and Andrew, who require a water-saving, wildlife-friendly space

Rating: 6.8
12:00pm
Garden Rescue
St Ives
Season 4 Episode 16/40

Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich travel to St Ives in Cambridgeshire to transform the garden of social worker Bernadette

Rating: 6.8
1:00pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 5/12

Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain host another round of the culinary competition, which sees the Ayoubi family from Essex up against the Herberts from Gloucestershire. The Ayoubi family originally hail from Syria and their food is steeped in history. They will be hoping their clever use of simple ingredients will have the judges coming back for more. But they need to outcook the Herberts, who love to experiment with weird and wonderful flavours

Rating: 3.5
2:15pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 6/18

Furniture-maker Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a colossal Second World War RAF bunker into his new home. However, the Nottinghamshire shelter is completely encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section is submerged in water, leaving Jamie's wife less than confident about the project. Architect George Clarke helps tackle this huge undertaking and discovers the important role the bunker played in the Blitz

Rating: 6.9
3:15pm
The Instant Gardener
Season 1 Episode 1/10

Presenter Helen Skelton and expert garden designer Danny Clarke bring unloved gardens back to life in a single day using clever design, imaginative ideas and recycling or re-use of existing plants and materials. They begin by travelling to Blackpool to transform Paul and Sarah's boggy, waterlogged plot

Rating: 6.3
4:15pm
Garden Rescue
Bristol Bradley Stoke
Season 4 Episode 15/40

Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Bradley Stoke, Bristol, to come to the horticultural aid of Laura and Andrew, who require a water-saving, wildlife-friendly space

Rating: 6.8
5:15pm
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 5/12

Sixteen-year-old shepherd Phillip Mellin goes to Skipton Auction Mart hoping to buy a dog he can train, while his mother Carol tries to sell her four-legged friend Jess. Tom Orde-Powlett sets up a boar park at Bolton Castle in Wensleydale, and Adrian Edmondson meets the Leyburn Band during preparations for the Hardraw Scar Brass Band Contest

Rating: 6
5:45pm
Family Cooking Showdown
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
Season 1 Episode 5/12

Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain host another round of the culinary competition, which sees the Ayoubi family from Essex up against the Herberts from Gloucestershire. The Ayoubi family originally hail from Syria and their food is steeped in history. They will be hoping their clever use of simple ingredients will have the judges coming back for more. But they need to outcook the Herberts, who love to experiment with weird and wonderful flavours

Rating: 3.5
7:00pm
Garden Rescue
Bristol Bradley Stoke
Season 4 Episode 15/40

Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Bradley Stoke, Bristol, to come to the horticultural aid of Laura and Andrew, who require a water-saving, wildlife-friendly space

Rating: 6.8
8:00pm
Garden Rescue
St Ives
Season 4 Episode 16/40

Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich travel to St Ives in Cambridgeshire to transform the garden of social worker Bernadette

Rating: 6.8
9:00pm
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 6/18

Furniture-maker Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a colossal Second World War RAF bunker into his new home. However, the Nottinghamshire shelter is completely encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section is submerged in water, leaving Jamie's wife less than confident about the project. Architect George Clarke helps tackle this huge undertaking and discovers the important role the bunker played in the Blitz

Rating: 6.9
10:00pm
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 3/3

In the final episode of the series, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern help members of the Humberside Police force combat their sedentary behaviour as they challenge them to bring more movement into their daily routines, fitting them with movement trackers to check their progress. Meanwhile, Hugh tests one of the most popular health crazes to hit the market, CBD, on three volunteers who suffer from insomnia, and Steph meets a family struggling with issues surrounding their body image

Rating: 10
11:15pm
Secrets of Sex
Red Light
As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalising prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue

Rating: 5.9
12:30am
The Dales
Season 1 Episode 5/12

Sixteen-year-old shepherd Phillip Mellin goes to Skipton Auction Mart hoping to buy a dog he can train, while his mother Carol tries to sell her four-legged friend Jess. Tom Orde-Powlett sets up a boar park at Bolton Castle in Wensleydale, and Adrian Edmondson meets the Leyburn Band during preparations for the Hardraw Scar Brass Band Contest

Rating: 6
1:00am
The Restoration Man
Season 3 Episode 6/18

Furniture-maker Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a colossal Second World War RAF bunker into his new home. However, the Nottinghamshire shelter is completely encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section is submerged in water, leaving Jamie's wife less than confident about the project. Architect George Clarke helps tackle this huge undertaking and discovers the important role the bunker played in the Blitz

Rating: 6.9
2:00am
Easy Ways to Live Well
Season 1 Episode 3/3

In the final episode of the series, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern help members of the Humberside Police force combat their sedentary behaviour as they challenge them to bring more movement into their daily routines, fitting them with movement trackers to check their progress. Meanwhile, Hugh tests one of the most popular health crazes to hit the market, CBD, on three volunteers who suffer from insomnia, and Steph meets a family struggling with issues surrounding their body image

Rating: 10
3:15am
Ade in Britain
Cornwall
Season 1 Episode 7/20

Adrian Edmondson visits Cornwall, where he learns how to make an unusual Cornish pasty, dons a bee-keeping suit to collect honey and meets a farmer who builds his own traditional hedges. He also finds time to rustle up a local dish for members of a brass band

Rating: 3.6
4:15am
Journeys: Stories of Immigration
Stories of migration to South West London 1948 to 1971, from the Windrush era onwards

5:00am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1
5:30am
Teleshopping
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Rating: 3.1