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13.00

BBC News at One (BBC One)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

13.30

ITV Lunchtime News (ITV)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
The latest headlines from around the world at lunchtime with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents, all of which are followed by a national weather forecast.

16.00

A New Life in the Sun (Channel 4)
5x32: Episode 32

Tipping Point (ITV)
10x35: Episode 35

17.00

4 O'Clock Club (CBBC)
9x03: TBA

18.00

BBC News at Six (BBC One)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

Richard Osman's House of Games (BBC Two)
3x82: Jamelia, Susan Calman, Gareth Malone and Paul Martin (2/5)

18.30

Great Asian Railway Journeys (BBC Two)
1x17: Kuala Lumpur to Melaka
Michael Portillo continues his 2,500-mile rail tour of south east Asia. On this leg, he explores the phenomenal growth of Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur, from muddy swamp to seat of British colonial power to the financial and economic tiger of today. Michael discovers Kuala Lumpur's 19th-century origins as a tin mine and tries his hand crafting jewellery at the Royal Selangor pewter factory. In a traditional quarter of the city, untouched by modern development, Michael tastes the Malaysian national dish nasi lemak before investigating the scandalous behaviour of the Britain's resident general at the turn of the 20th century.

ITV Evening News (ITV)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world, plus a focus on the stories that matter to you.

19.00

Emmerdale (ITV)
51x42: Tuesday 18th February
Billy contains his panic. Moira feels outcast, and Vanessa loses hope.

19.30

EastEnders (BBC One)
36x29: Tuesday 18th February
Ian contemplates reaching out to Bobby, but nothing can prepare him for the news he's about to receive. As the Beales reel from what's happened, Peter returns. Bex struggles with her discovery, leading her to take alarming action.

20.00

BRIT Awards (ITV) season premiere
2020x01: The BRIT Awards 2020
Comedian Jack Whitehall hosts the 40th edition of the biggest night on the British music calendar.

Cornwall: This Fishing Life (BBC Two)
1x06: Episode 6
Change is on the horizon in Newlyn, Cornwall's biggest fishing port, as Brexit is coming. As the town prepares to navigate uncharted waters, the new harbour master is at the helm.

Abandoned Engineering (Yesterday)
5x05: A Nation Torn Apart
Including an exploration of a marooned iron-clad structure in Portland, off the coast of England, that hides a dramatic story of war and resilience; Pratt Cotton Gin Mill, a vast facility in the heart of America's deep south that helped tear apart a nation; and a Mediterranean island fortress at Spinalonga, Greece, that became the scene of a dark conspiracy.

Portrait Artist of the Year (Sky Arts)
6x05: John Cooper Clarke, Fearne Cotton and Haydn Gwynne
The contestants are challenged to paint poet John Cooper Clarke, TV presenter Fearne Cotton and actress Haydn Gwynne. Joan Bakewell and Stephen Mangan present.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly (Channel 5)
2x07: Episode 7
Graeme Hall trains a German shepherd anxious about her puppy, a bulldog that is always stealing food and faces a particular challenge with a picnic, and a boxer that is driving a wedge between its owners.

Crazy Delicious (Channel 4)
1x05: Carrots, Burgers and Picnics
Carrot ice cream, Elvis burgers and rainbow falafel are on the menu in the magical competition where talented food lovers produce remarkable meals from an edible set.

Holby City (BBC One)
22x07: Episode 7
A reconciliation between Chloe and Cameron seems unlikely after the previous night's events, but nevertheless, he decides to make a bold move to win back her trust. A familiar face returns to Holby to perform surgery on Carole, and Dominic finds a much-needed source of moral support as he waits for the outcome. Jac makes plans for her first unsupervised visit from Emma, but things soon get out of control.

21.00

8 Out of 10 Cats (E4)
22x07: Episode 7

Universal Credit: Inside the Welfare State (BBC Two)
1x03: Episode 3
In the final episode the cameras are at Bolton Jobcentre, where over 500 people move onto Universal Credit every month.

Royal History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley (BBC Four) series premiere
1x01: Reformation
Lucy begins by demolishing one of the founding myths about the English Reformation: far from being a ready ally of Martin Luther's Protestant revolution, Henry remained a Catholic to his death. So the fundamental shifts in our cultural, political and economic fortunes weren't driven by Henry VIII's Protestant zeal. In reality, it was Henry's wife Anne Boleyn and his fixer Thomas Cromwell who championed the Protestant cause.

Born Mucky: Life on the Farm (Quest)
1x07: Episode 7

24 Hours in A&E (Channel 4)
20x06: Episode 6
A nine-year-old boy falls over and lands on his head, and is left unable to move his limbs. As he waits for the results, the boy's father shares his feelings on the challenges of parenthood. Elsewhere, an 80-year-old woman is brought in with a dangerously swollen tongue and a nine-year-old girl is treated after falling off a swing, leaving consultant Rahail considering how the balance of care between parents and children shifts over time.

Ben Fogle: Make a New Life in the Country (Channel 5)
1x02: Lake District Restaurant
Ben meets a woman who gave up her career as a lawyer to open a restaurant in the Lake District after falling in love with both the landscape and a local Italian chef. Ben follows Kat as she learns to make pizza using a traditional wood-burning oven, and wrestles with the challenge of running a business with her partner in the face of overspending and delays.

Love Island (ITV2)
6x34: Episode 34

The Nine (BBC Scotland)
2020x32: 18/02/2020
All the national, UK-wide and international news that matters to you plus weather, entertainment news and sport.

22.00

Celebrity Ex on the Beach (MTV)
1x05: Episode 5
Itay finally realises he's lost the battle for Lorena. Ashley get's pied by Georgia. Ellie gets an apology she's been longing for and the Tablet Of Terror dishes up double trouble.

Murder by the Sea (CBS Reality)
4x07: The Brighton Trunk Murders
Dismembered bodies of two women are both found in car boots, the first at a train station, the second in a city.

My New Greek Life (Channel 5)
1x02: Episode 2
Chartered surveyors Alex and Charley open a hotel in Corfu. However, Alex still has to regularly return to London for work, leaving Charley alone on an island where she does not speak the language, has no friends or family, and running a business she has no experience of. In Crete, Kate considers whether she wants to pursue a romance with a local shepherd, and tensions are rising for a family that has been stuck on board their yacht together for the last nine hours - especially when a medical emergency occurs.

World's Most Evil Killers (Sky Witness)
3x08: Robert Lee Yates

ITV News at Ten (ITV)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
ITV News at Ten provides a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with national and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents.

BBC News at Ten (BBC One)
2020x35: 18/02/2020
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.

22.30

BT Sport Films (BT Sport 2) season premiere
2020x01: Greavsie
BT Sport Films charts the rise and fall of one of England's greatest ever sporting icons, Jimmy Greaves.

Newsnight (BBC Two)
2020x32: 18/02/2020
The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis.

23.00

Frontline Police 24/7 (Paramount Network)
1x04: Episode 4
A 93-year-old man is arrested for a point-blank shooting.