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For over 30 years the BBC’s con­sumer af­fairs pro­gramme has fought the side of the pub­lic, en­sur­ing that we know all we need to about ev­ery­thing from faulty electrics to dodgy egg sand­wiches. Tonight sees the start of the 39th se­ries and the now es­tab­lished live for­mat shows lit­tle signs of flag­ging as pre­sen­ters Matt All­wright, Nikki Fox and Steph McGovern re­port from Sal­ford. The na­ture of the pro­gramme means we don’t know ex­actly which con­sumer crimes will fea­ture although the fo­cus con­tin­ues to be on greater pub­lic in­volve­ment with view­ers en­cour­aged to con­tact the team with sto­ries they feel should be cov­ered. SH

Ex­po­sure: Great Or­mond Street: The Child First and Al­ways?

ITV, 10.45PM; STV, 11.05PM

ITV’s cur­rent-af­fairs strand re­veals the re­sults of its year-long in­ves­ti­ga­tion in the gas­troen­terol­ogy depart­ment of Great Or­mond Street Hos­pi­tal, which has largely stopped tak­ing new re­fer­rals. The film asks why, and ex­am­ines whether the hos­pi­tal could be more trans­par­ent. SH

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