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Tuesday, September 16 2014
  • Time Show
    • 1:00am
      BreakfastGeneric Tue

      Round-up of national and international news, plus the latest from the money markets

    • 4:15am
      Rip Off BritainSeason 8 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      Exploring issues that can make it difficult to sell a home, talking to homeowners who worry that the introduction of fracking could affect the value of their properties. Plus, an ancient law that is forcing people to have to pay for their local church's repairs, and how a plan to help keep a women in her home led to her being evicted. Presented by Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville

    • 5:00am
      Homes Under the HammerSeason 18 Episode 37: EPISODE: 37

      Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore three properties that are being sold at auction - a flat in Streatham, south London, and buildings in Derbyshire and Co Durham - before speaking to the new owners about their plans and checking on their progress at a later date

    • 6:00am
      Street Patrol UKSeason 2 Episode 12: EPISODE: 12

      Dominic Littlewood goes on patrol with Newham Council officers as they track down rogue landlords making money from poor housing. Plus, a council in Dorset that is using a skate park to reduce anti-social behaviour, an environmental team cracking down on fly-tipping and dog fouling in Cumbria, an Essex church using CCTV to deter thieves, and a south Wales fire brigade tackling arson

    • 6:45am
      Caught Red HandedSeason 2 Episode 12: EPISODE: 12

      The ways that police are employing technology to catch criminals, including using mobile phone records, video and surveillance to apprehend members of a large drug gang. Plus, a case in which a sleeping woman awoke to find a man creeping around her room. Presented by Dominic Littlewood

    • 7:15am
      Bargain HuntPeterborough 22

      Two teams scour an antiques fair in Peterborough to find bargains to sell for profit at auction, with help from Nick Hall and David Harper - but one group does not consult their antiques expert before buying an item. Presenter Tim Wonnacott also visits the Stonor Park household in Oxfordshire to view a collection

    • 8:45am
      DoctorsSeason 16 Episode 91: Do Unto Others

      Jimmi visits a bereavement centre, where he finds the staff at odds with one another. Elsewhere, Mandy is concerned following a fight at a nightclub, and Kevin is forced to give a talk about sex education. Medical drama, starring Adrian Lewis Morgan

    • 9:15am
      Pressure PadSeason 2 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

      General knowledge quiz, hosted by John Barrowman, in which two teams of five players are pitted against each other inside an illuminated arena, known as the Pressure Pad. The team with the most players remaining for the final round will put itself in the strongest position to win the rolling jackpot on offer

    • 10:00am
      Escape to the CountryWiltshire

      Jules Hudson helps a couple who want to be closer to their son to search for a property in rural Wiltshire, with a budget of £400,000 to spend. Away from the house hunt, the presenter meets a farmer from the county who is reviving a prehistoric tradition in his field

    • 10:45am
      A Taste of BritainSeason 1 Episode 12: Suffolk

      Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner visit Suffolk, where they pick fruit for the chef to turn into a gooseberry and ginger biscuit fool, and go crabbing in Orford. Later, they meet some Suffolk punch horses, and chef Madalene Bonvini-Hamel creates a pork platter. Plus, how to cook a roast crown of chicken with a wholemeal pancake stack

    • 11:30am
      Flog It!Season 12 Episode 29: Somerset 29

      Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Thomas Plant peruse a selection of locals' potentially valuable items on a visit to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMS Heron in Yeovilton, Somerset. Meanwhile, host Paul Martín travels to Forde Abbey, which was once home to Cistercian monks, and meets a family who have inherited a religious heritage that influences their everyday lives

    • 12:15pm
      PointlessSeason 11 Episode 46: EPISODE: 46

      Quiz show in which pairs of contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions posed to 100 people before the show. At the end of each round, the team with the most points is eliminated until the final two pairs battle for the chance to compete for a cash prize. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman

    • 1:00pm
      BBC News

      The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.

    • 2:00pm
      The ONE ShowEPISODE: 1658

      Another mix of nationwide reports and live studio-based chat, hosted by Matt Baker and Alex Jones

    • 2:30pm
      EastEndersSeason 1 Episode 4926: EPISODE: 4926

      Fire engulfs the Moons' home, and when Alfie realises the house isn't empty he puts his life on the line to save Kat - despite Roxy's attempts to stop him. Things are awkward at the Vic, where Phil is quizzing Linda about Sharon's whereabouts, while Mick catches up with the runaway bride-to-be and gives her a few encouraging words - but will it be enough to make her want to get married? A suspicious Nancy questions Lauren's behaviour after noticing the tension between her and Peter, although her concern soon turns to Tamwar when she sees his reaction to the fire

    • 3:00pm
      Holby CitySeason 16 Episode 49: Forgive Me Father

      Raf decides to give Harry a chance to prove himself, but his worst nature gets the better of him when he sees an opportunity to undermine the ambitious registrar. Guy worries about Zosia's health following her break-up with Jesse and asks Amy to make an informal assessment, while Adele wonders whether Jonny is ready to start a new relationship - and might just have a suitable candidate in mind

    • 5:00pm
      BBC News

      Featuring the latest news

    • 5:40pm
      CrimewatchEPISODE: 322

      A special edition to mark 30 years of the crime-solving show, which since its first broadcast in June 1984 has appealed for help with many of the major crimes of the past three decades. These include the bombing of the Grand Hotel in Brighton in 1984, the death of James Bulger in 1993, the murders of Lin and Megan Russell in 1996, and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007. Kirsty Young looks back at some of Crimewatch's biggest cases, hears from original presenters Nick Ross and Sue Cook and meets some of the people featured in the show's appeals to see how their lives have moved on, including Kate and Gerry McCann, Shaun and Josie Russell and Sally Anne Bowman's father Paul. Plus, new appeals, reconstructions and CCTV footage

    • 6:40pm
      BoomersSeason 1 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

      Joyce and Alan have financial concerns and consider downsizing, but - hoping to keep it quiet for the time being - they don't count on their friends being there when the estate agent arrives to look round. Maureen has finally decided to move elderly mum Joan into a residential home, while the men convince John that his sister-in-law's over-friendly behaviour is actually a form of sexual harassment and, having put up with it for 40 years, he decides it's time he finally spoke up. Comedy, starring Alison Steadman, Philip Jackson, Russ Abbot and June Whitfield

    • 7:10pm
      Kevin Bridges Live at The Referendum

      The pending referendum on Scottish independence is currently on the minds of millions, including four of the UK's top comedians. The quartet is brought together by Glasgow's Kevin Bridges for this tongue-in-cheek look at one of the hottest political potatoes of the year. Glasgow's Theatre Royal is the venue for this rib-tickling event as Kevin welcomes Hal Cruttenden, a veteran of Mock the Week who picked up a Best Newcomer nomination at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2002. He's joined by deadpan funnyman Jack Dee, Kerry Godliman - these days better known as the long-suffering Hannah in Ricky Gervais sitcom Derek - and one of Glasgow's most successful and controversial comedians, Frankie Boyle

    • 8:00pm
      BBC NewsBBC News

      The latest national and international stories as they break

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