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BAR­GAIN HUNT’S 20TH BIRTH­DAY 12.15PM An­tiques ex­pert Char­lie Ross looks back on two decades of bar­gain-hunt­ing


6am 9.15

Break­fast (HD)

NEW Rip Off Bri­tain: Live

A look at prob­lems get­ting through to banks on the phone. (HD)

10.00 Homes Un­der the Ham­mer Prop­er­ties in Haver­ford­west, Raynes Park and Erd­ing­ton. (R)(HD)(AD)

NEW De­fend­ers UK An op­er­a­tion to catch shops il­le­gally sell­ing knives to chil­dren. (HD)

11.45 Paramedics on Scene Glas­gow’s Spe­cial Op­er­a­tions team are called to a car crash. (R)(HD)(AD)

PICK Bar­gain Hunt’s 20th Birth­day – Un­for­get­table Mo­ments The most mem­o­rable buys over the past 20 years.

See Pick of the Day. (HD)(AD)

1.00 BBC News at One; Weather (HD)

1.30 BBC Re­gional News; Weather 1.45 NEW Im­pos­si­ble Quiz show,

hosted by Rick Ed­wards. (HD)

2.30 The Cus­tomer Is Al­ways Right

A beauty tool, a bread­maker and a mir­ror for cy­clists. (R)(HD)

3.00 Es­cape to the Coun­try A home in the High Weald. (R)(HD)(AD)

NEW Money for Noth­ing

Sarah Moore saves tents, dining chairs and a dress­ing screen. (HD)

4.30 The Bid­ding Room (HD)

5.15 Point­less (HD)

6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather (HD)

6.30 BBC Re­gional News; Weather 7.00 The One Show Pre­sented by Alex

Jones and Gethin Jones. (HD)

7.40 Sport’s Hid­den Cri­sis – Panorama Colin Jackson in­ves­ti­gates the hid­den world of eat­ing dis­or­ders in Bri­tish sport. (HD) (Re­peated on Fri­day at 12.45am on BBC2)

8.10 Eastenders Kathy con­fronts Ian about his money trou­bles and of­fers to re­mort­gage the cafe, and Jay ad­mits his re­la­tion­ship with Lola is suf­fer­ing. (HD)(AD)

8.30 Ghosts It is Mike’s first night alone in the house, and some un­in­vited guests set the ghosts on a mis­sion to de­fend their trea­sured home from the in­trud­ers. (HD)(AD)

PICK Who Do You Think You Are? Ac­tor and au­thor David Wal­liams delves into his his­tory. See Pick of the Day. (HD)(AD)

10.00 BBC News at Ten (HD)

10.30 BBC Re­gional News; Weather 10.45 Stand Up for Live Comedy

Fern Brady hosts in Glas­gow, with Kimi Loughton, Andy Field and Tous­saint Dou­glas. (HD)

11.15 En­ter­price Comedy, star­ring

Kay­ode Ewumi. (R)(HD)

11.40 Have I Got a Bit More News

for You (R)(HD)

12.25 The Gra­ham Nor­ton Show

With Sa­muel L. Jackson. (R)(HD)

1.10 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.15-6.00 BBC News (HD) 11.00 12.15 3.45 9.00







Vic­to­ria Coren Mitchell hosts the quiz in which con­tes­tants make con­nec­tions


6am 6.45

Crit­i­cal In­ci­dent (R)(HD)

Bar­gain Hunt 20th Cen­tury Spe­cial (R)(HD)

Beech­grove Ca­role Bax­ter re­vis­its a hedgerow she helped to plant 17 years. (R)(HD)(BSL)

Mor­timer & White­house: Gone Fish­ing Paul White­house and Bob Mor­timer fish on the river Wye. Last in se­ries. (R)(HD)(AD)(BSL)

8.30 The Week in Par­lia­ment (HD)

9.00 BBC News at 9 (HD)

10.00 BBC News (HD)

12.15 Pol­i­tics Live Up­dates from

West­min­ster and be­yond. (HD)

1.00 Dec­i­mate Quiz show, hosted by Shane Richie. (R)(HD)

Flip­ping Profit Kate Bliss heads to Ludlow. (R)(HD)(AD)

2.30 800 Words A col­li­sion puts

Woody in a coma. (R)(HD)(AD)

3.15 The Great Bri­tish Sewing Bee The sew­ers cre­ate a ‘Work­ers Jacket’ from li­nen. (R)(HD)(AD)

Tribes, Preda­tors & Me

A no­mad fam­ily who hunt with golden ea­gles in the Mon­go­lian moun­tains. (R)(HD)(AD)

5.15 Flog It! (R)(HD)

6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Mike Bushell,

Ais­ling Bea, Sune­tra Sarker and Dion Dublin. (HD)

6.30 Fish Town Davie Milne skip­pers trawler Faith­lie to Nor­we­gian wa­ters to trial a new style of fish­ing net. (HD)(AD)

7.00 River Walks: The Stour

JB Gill takes a stroll along the river, from the Kent Downs to Peg­well Bay. (R)(HD)

7.30 Master­mind John Humphrys presents the se­cond heat of the quiz, with spe­cial­ist sub­jects Ar­mis­tead Maupin’s Tales of the City, Black­ad­der, the Boxer Re­bel­lion and Blake’s 7. (HD)

8.00 Only Con­nect The Barons

take on the Whit­combes. (HD)

8.30 Univer­sity Chal­lenge

The first of the high­estscor­ing loser matches. (HD)

9.00 In the Face of Ter­ror The live-stream­ing of an at­tack in Christchur­ch, New Zealand, in March 2019 her­alds a new era of ter­ror­ism and con­firms the far right as a fast-grow­ing threat.

Last in se­ries. (HD)(AD) (Re­peated on Wed­nes­day at 12 mid­night)

10.00 The Ran­ga­na­tion Iso­la­tion ver­sion of the top­i­cal comedy show hosted by Romesh Ran­ganathan. (R)(HD)

10.45 News­night; Weather (HD)

11.30 The Trump Show (R)(HD)

12.30 Coun­try­file (R)(HD)(BSL)

1.30 Am­bu­lance (R)(HD)(BSL)

2.30-3.15 Crit­i­cal In­ci­dent


7.30 8.00 1.45 4.15



102 (HD)


The stakes are high as Phillip Schofield pre­sides over a week-long se­ries



Good Morn­ing Bri­tain The Vamps dis­cuss their new mu­sic and tour, and gui­tarist James Mcvey talks about be­ing forced to post­pone his wed­ding plans due to the pan­demic. (HD)

9.00 Lor­raine En­ter­tain­ment

and fash­ion news. (HD)

10.00 This Morn­ing A mix of celebrity chat, life­style fea­tures, ad­vice and com­pe­ti­tions. (HD)

Loose Women Celebrity in­ter­views and stu­dio dis­cus­sion from a fe­male per­spec­tive. (HD)

News; Weather (HD)

Re­gional News; Weather (HD)

Judge Rin­der Real-life cases in a stu­dio court­room. (HD)

Ten­able Five mem­bers of a touch rugby team take part in the quiz. (R)(HD); Lo­cal Weather

Tip­ping Point Game show, hosted by Ben Shep­hard. (HD)

The Chase Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. (HD)

Re­gional News; Weather (HD)

News; Weather (HD)

Emmerdale Sam en­cour­ages Belle to take her pills, and Paul se­cretly chases the dream of a big win. (HD)(AD) (Re­peated to­mor­row at 8am on ITV2)

Coronation Street Mary in­ves­ti­gates the noises in Eileen’s loft. (HD)(AD) (Re­peated to­mor­row at 8.30am on ITV2)

In­side An­i­mal A&E A box of aban­doned kit­tens ar­rives at the clinic in Grimsby, while vet Natasha and nurse Natalie are in surgery neu­ter­ing a cou­ple of Chi­huahua pups. (HD)(AD)

Coronation Street The Win­ter-browns’ job hunt proves un­ex­pect­edly suc­cess­ful. (HD)(AD) (Re­peated to­mor­row at 9am on ITV2)

The Mil­lion Pound Cube Phillip Schofield hosts as two broth­ers and twin sis­ters try to com­plete in­creas­ingly dif­fi­cult tasks, hop­ing to win the in­creased jack­pot of £1,000,000. (HD)(AD)

10.00 News; Weather (HD)

10.30 Re­gional News; Weather (HD)

10.45 In the Shadow of Mary

Sea­cole David Hare­wood tells the story be­hind the cre­ation of a statue hon­our­ing 19th-cen­tury Ja­maican nurse and hote­lier

Mary Sea­cole. (R)(HD)(AD)

Craig & Danny: Funny, Black and on TV(R)(HD)(AD)

The Mil­lion Pound Cube Phillip Schofield hosts. (R)(HD)(AD)

Ideal World (HD)

The Moun­tain Life on Mount Snow­don. (R)(HD)(AD)(BSL)

3.25 ITV Nightscree­n (HD)

5.05-6.00 Judge Rin­der (R)(HD)(BSL) ITV+1 33 112 203 114 HD 103 111 103/176 113 12.30

1.30 1.55 2.00

3.00 4.00 5.00

6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.00 11.40 12.35

1.25 3.00



Join Steph Mc­gov­ern for more celebrity guests, cook­ery and real-life fea­tures


6.30am Mike & Molly (R)(HD)

6.50 Mike & Molly (R)(HD)

7.10 Cheers (R)(HD)

7.40 Cheers (R)(HD)

8.05 Ev­ery­body Loves Ray­mond

Ray and De­bra ar­gue. (R)(AD)

8.35 Ev­ery­body Loves Ray­mond

Star­ring Ray Ro­mano. (R)(AD)

9.05 Ev­ery­body Loves Ray­mond Ray

and De­bra make their wills. (R)(AD)

9.35 Frasier (R)(AD)

10.05 Frasier (R)(AD)

10.35 Un­der­cover Boss USA (R)(HD)

11.30 Chan­nel 4 News Sum­mary (HD)

11.35 Ram­say’s Kitchen Night­mares

USA El Greco in Austin. (R)

12.30 Steph’s Packed Lunch

Week­day magazine show, hosted by Steph Mc­gov­ern. (HD)

Countdown Co­me­dian Shappi Khor­sandi takes her place in Dictionary Cor­ner. (HD)

A Place in the Sun (HD)

The Great House Give­away (HD)

Four in a Bed The com­pe­ti­tion be­gins at the Cas­tle Arms Inn in Snape, North York­shire. (HD)

Come Dine with Me (R)(HD)

The Simp­sons Apu show­ers his wife with gifts. (R)(AD)

Hol­lyoaks The Mcqueens pull to­gether to guard their se­crets, and Victor wants Juliet to re­cruit some new deal­ers. (R)(HD)(AD)

Chan­nel 4 News (HD)

PICK Trump’s Coro­n­avirus Catas­tro­phe The President’s poli­cies, ac­tions and de­ci­sions dur­ing the pan­demic. See Pick of the Day. (HD) (Re­peated on Thurs­day at 1.55am)

999: What’s Your Emer­gency? An edi­tion fo­cus­ing on the be­hav­iour of teenage boys, with PC Kath­leen Roberts re­spond­ing to a sus­pected acid at­tack car­ried out by a youth in Northamp­ton. (HD)(AD)

10.00 Adult Ma­te­rial Episode 3/4. Stella Mait­land of­fers Jo­lene a life­line when she vol­un­teers to de­fend her in court, and to­gether they pur­sue the lost footage from Amy’s shoot. (HD)(AD) (Re­peated on Wed­nes­day at 1am)

11.00 Mar­ried at First Sight Michelle and Owen have an awk­ward start to mar­ried life. (R)(HD)(AD)

12.00 999: On the Front Line (R)(HD)

1.00 Ram­say’s Kitchen Night­mares

USA The Se­cret Gar­den. (R)

1.50 The Great Bri­tish Bake Off:

An Ex­tra Slice (R)(HD)(AD)

2.45 This Is Us (R)(HD)(AD)(BSL)

3.35 Vet on the Hill (R)(HD)

4.30 Fif­teen to One (R)(HD)

5.25 Coach Trip: Road to

Barcelona (R)(HD)

5.50-6.30 Countdown (R)(HD)

Chan­nel 4+1 15 121 y 20

Chan­nel 4 HD 138

4seven 2.10

3.00 4.00 5.00

5.30 6.00

6.30 7.00 8.00 9.00 47 104 127 137 141 428 143


9PM, BBC1 ★★★★ David Wal­liams (right) goes on a real jour­ney here, and so do we. He learns that his pa­ter­nal great-grand­fa­ther served in the First World War, and suf­fered with shell shock (what we now call PTSD); he suf­fered so badly that he was un­able to re­turn to his fam­ily, and had to go to an asylum. This leaves David quiet and thought­ful, be­fore he finds an ex­tra­or­di­nary tale of a dif­fer­ent kind on his mother’s side, that of a great-great-grand­fa­ther who was blinded by an op­er­a­tion, but whose life af­ter – as a trav­el­ling show­man – sounds like the stuff of movies.


12.15PM, BBC1 ★★★

David Dick­in­son was a huge part of Bar­gain Hunt’s ap­peal when it launched, and there are plenty of clips of him in the first of this daily cel­e­bra­tion of its dou­ble decade. There’s also a TV high­light in here you might not re­mem­ber – Bez cheat­ing when he com­peted on the show with Jarvis Cocker.


7PM, CH5 ★★★

The Ital­ians call the AGV the ‘Ferrari train’, and its cock­pit looks like some­thing out of a Mis­sion: Im­pos­si­ble movie. Here, we climb in­side with driver Den­nis la Raia on a jour­ney from Mi­lan to Rome, dur­ing which the train can hit 186mph as its pas­sen­gers re­lax in leather seats. Ferrari, in­deed.


8PM, CH4 ★★★★ President Trump’s han­dling of the Covid cri­sis took a twist when he con­tracted the virus him­self. This new Dis­patches ex­plores how he han­dled it from the start, the im­pact on next month’s election, and his state­ment that he may not ac­cept the forth­com­ing bal­lot re­sult. ROBIN WIGGS

Joel Dom­mett hosts the comedy game show as Dane Bap­tiste, Judi Love, Har­vey and Max Mills, Chris Tay­lor and Dawn Ward try to win some nor­mal people £2,500. 11.00 Fam­ily Guy

11.55 Amer­i­can Dad!

5.55pm Agatha Christie’s Marple

8.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot A mur­der

ru­ins Poirot’s hol­i­day. David Suchet stars. 10.10 Un­for­got­ten The re­mains of a teenage

girl are found at a build­ing site off the M1. 11.10 A Touch of Frost


5.25PM, CBEE­BIES ★★★★

Jojo and her grand­mother al­ways have a lovely time to­gether. At the start of this new au­tumn-themed se­ries, Jojo has a na­ture check­list – an ex­er­cise fa­mil­iar to any par­ent of small chil­dren – and joy­fully skips off with Gran Gran to find as many dif­fer­ent-coloured leaves as she can.


7.30PM, E4 ★★★

Cast mem­bers gather to mark 25 years of the soap, in­clud­ing Jeremy Ed­wards (left), who was there right at the start in 1995. To­day’s host is Gary Lucy, then Jorgie Porter, Ruby O’don­nell, Rishi Nair and Jeremy on Fri­day – will the 49-year-old’s vet­eran sta­tus give him the edge?


9PM, RE­ALLY ★★★ Jack Os­bourne has forged a TV ca­reer as a para­nor­mal in­ves­ti­ga­tor, and has seen some strange things. For this new nightly se­ries – a sort of spe­cialised Gog­gle­box – he shows them to his par­ents, Ozzy and Sharon (left), to try to per­suade them that aliens and the su­per­nat­u­ral are real.


9PM, DMAX ★★★★

There’s some­thing mag­i­cal about this se­ries filmed in the Arc­tic Refuge, a vast pro­tected space that’s home to a dwin­dling number of cabin-dwellers. Win­ter is clos­ing in at the start of se­ries two, and Heimo (left) wel­comes his daugh­ter and grand­daugh­ter. (Freeview 37, Freesat 150, Sky 172, Vir­gin 171)


9PM, BBC4 ★★★★

This is one of those doc­u­men­taries that seem stranger than fic­tion.

The jour­nal­ist John Wil­son (left) has re­ceived a tip-off about the lo­ca­tion of the paint­ings lifted in the Is­abella Ste­wart Gard­ner Mu­seum theft in Bos­ton in 1990, and sets off down an ex­tra­or­di­nary road of investigat­ion.


10PM, DAVE ★★★

Over three nights, Lenny Henry

(left) fo­cuses on comedy shows that have shone a light on Bri­tain’s rich mul­ti­cul­tural mix. The first in this newto-freeview run looks at the sit­com and its evo­lu­tion, start­ing with Love Thy Neigh­bour, and mov­ing through Des­mond’s to Chew­ing Gum. RW


Sky 309 Vir­gin 408

9.20am How to Fake a War (2019)

15 See 10pm. (S)

10.45 Meet the Par­ents (2000) 12 u

See 6.10pm. (S)

12.35pm Meet the Fock­ers (2004)

12 See 8pm. (S)

2.30 Sorry To Bother You (2018) 15 Tele­mar­keter Lakeith Stan­field finds his ca­reer takes a turn af­ter he finds suc­cess us­ing his ‘white voice’. (S)

4.25 Who Framed Roger Rab­bit (1988) PG ● Pri­vate eye Bob Hoskins tries to prove the in­no­cence of a car­toon rab­bit ac­cused of mur­der.

6.10 Meet the Par­ents (2000) 12 u

Male nurse Ben Stiller makes a dis­as­trous bid to im­press his girl­friend’s fa­ther – former CIA agent Robert De Niro who does not suf­fer fools gladly.

PICK Meet the Fock­ers

(2004) 12 (S)

10.00Howto­fakeawar (2019) 15

Rock star Jay Pharoah in­structs his PR con­sul­tant to cre­ate a fake war story to sup­port his con­cert. (S) Fam­ily (2019) 15 So­cially awk­ward woman Tay­lor Schilling is tasked with babysit­ting her niece . (S) 1am-3.05 Dirty Cops (2018) 18 s

uu­u­uuu3.00 6.00 9.00


(2007) U n

7PM, SKY DIS­NEY HHHH Ro­dent gourmet Remy has his sights and his snout set on culi­nary great­ness in this joy­ous an­i­ma­tion. Flee­ing the rub­bish tip, he takes his finely tuned taste buds to Paris.


Sky 307 Vir­gin 405

6am 8.05

Eight Be­low (2006) PG ● (S)

At­lantis: The Lost Em­pire

(2001) U See 3.20pm. (S)

Frozen 2 (2019)

● See 5pm. (S)

Ratatouill­e (2007)

See 7pm. (S)

1.45pm Di­nosaur (2000)

PG ● See 9pm.

3.20 At­lantis: The Lost Em­pire

(2001) U A map-maker joins a team of in­trepid ex­plor­ers search­ing for At­lantis. (S) Frozen 2 (2019) U ● Elsa the Snow Queen finds her­self strangely un­set­tled. Af­ter hear­ing a mys­te­ri­ous voice call out to her, she trav­els to the en­chanted forests and dark seas be­yond her king­dom. (S)

PICK Ratatouill­e

(2007) U (S)

Di­nosaur (2000) PG ●

An or­phaned di­nosaur raised by a fam­ily of lemurs goes in search of a new home fol­low­ing a me­teor strike. 10.35 A Goofy Movie (1995) U n

The car­toon dog goes on a fish­ing trip in an at­tempt to bond with his son. (S)

12.10am-1.50 I’ll Be Home for

Christ­mas (1998) PG ● (S)

9.45 11.45

UU nnnns Par­tic­u­larly

Roddy Doyle’s bit­ter­sweet comic tale of friend­ship and nos­tal­gia spins out over the next two weeks. Read by ac­tor Bren­dan Glee­son, it fol­lows old friends Joe and Davy as they re­unite for a long-over­due evening of drink­ing and rem­i­nisc­ing in a Dublin pub, talk­ing about the young men they once were and the woman they both loved.



A teenage girl bat­tles to keep her fam­ily and her per­son­al­ity to­gether in the face of do­mes­tic abuse – from her new step­fa­ther – in this de­but drama from writer Hay­ley Ware­ham. Heart­break­ing and hard-hit­ting, it’s adapted from a play that was per­formed at the 2019 VAULT arts and en­ter­tain­ment fes­ti­val. CT

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