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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2018x112: 22/04/2018
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

08.00

Saturday Kitchen Best Bites (BBC Two)
2018x14: 22/04/2018
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.

08.25

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x122: 22/04/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

08.30

The London Marathon (BBC One) season premiere
2018x01: Virgin Money London Marathon 2018
Live coverage of the 38th annual London Marathon as world-class runners and thousands of fun runners and fundraisers come together to compete in one of the world's most famous and colourful races

ZBoS (ITV)
1x04: Frank Skinner, Amanda Redman, The Shires
Rise and shine with Zoe Ball as she is joined by Frank Skinner, actress Amanda Redman, and the 'My Dad Wrote a Porno' trio. There is also music from The Shires, Britain's biggest-selling country act.

09.00

The Andrew Marr Show (BBC One)
2018x15: 22/04/2018
Interviews with key newsmakers and cultural figures, and a look at what is happening in the world.

09.30

Sunday Brunch (Channel 4)
7x10: Keith Lemon, Frances Barber, Sting, Shaggy, Anthony Head, Annabel Scholey, Manic Street Preachers
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday food and chat show. Guests include Keith Lemon who's in to talk about The Keith and Paddy Picture Show. Frances Barber discusses her role in the stage play An Ideal Husband. Sting and Shaggy chat about their new album collaboration 44/876. Anthony Head and Annabel Scholey discuss their new BBC One drama The Split. Plus - the Manic Street Preachers perform International Blue.

10.00

Peston on Sunday (ITV)
6x15: Episode 15
Political magazine show featuring a mix of big political interviews, topical guests, authors, and a bit of satire. Join the conversation this Sunday.

11.55

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x123: 22/04/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

12.15

MOTD2 Extra (BBC Two)
2018x21: 22/04/2018
Mark Chapman and guests analyse Saturday's action, including the FA Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Manchester United, and look ahead to Sunday's games.

14.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x95: 22/04/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

14.15

Sunday Politics (BBC One)
2018x11: 22/04/2018
Sarah Smith presents the latest political news, interviews and debate

15.30

Songs of Praise (BBC One)
2018x16: St George's Day
Josie d'Arby presents Songs of Praise from Northampton's All Saints Church. To mark the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence's murder his mother, Baroness Doreen Lawrence talks to Sean Fletcher about how her faith has helped during her 18 year fight for justice for her son. On the eve of St George's Day, the Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin reveals the Middle Eastern identity of England's patron saint. Josie finds out about the Good Loaf cafe run by the Christian charity Crime 2 Christ and visits the town's premier rugby club, the Saints, which was founded by a clergyman at the end of the 19th century. The programme has traditional hymns from Northampton's civic church, All Saints.

16.00

Change Your Tune (ITV)
1x04: Episode 4
In this episode, police officer Jacqui commits a crime against music, 'speak singer' Matt looks to tune up his limited vocal talent, Salena would love nothing more than to change her tune so that she can prove to her kids that anything is possible, Deborah struggles to hit the high notes in her first performance, and 18-year-old A-level student Ilyas wants to surprise his family by transforming his terrible voice. Can any of them change their tune?

17.35

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x96: 22/04/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

18.00

The Big Painting Challenge (BBC One)
2x04: Waterscape
The remaining seven amateur artists are confronted with the tail end of a hurricane, as they set up their easels on the bonnie but windy banks of Loch Lomond; the challenge is to paint water and the many colours it reflects. With the wind howling, in the first task they must try to mix the perfect colours to capture a boat and its stormy reflections in the turbulent water. The masterclasses this week are all about mixing colours. For the main challenge, the painters move to a full, panoramic view of the loch, which is useful as that is exactly what the judges want to see on canvas. Can they capture the ever-changing colours of the sky, land and water, which at times disappear from view all together? No one said it would be easy.

18.30

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x124: 22/04/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

Revolution (Sky 1)
1x04: Episode 4
The crazy course is set for another all-out war on wheels as the next group of bladers, BMXers and boarders race for a place in the final.

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2018x112: 22/04/2018
Channel 4 News, includes sport and weather.

19.00

Little Big Shots (ITV) season premiere
2x01: Episode 1
This edition's sparkling line-up includes astonishing singing trio the TNT Boys, while dynamic doggy duo Will and Aston bring some dog agility chaos!

Countryfile (BBC One)
30x16: Heritage Crafts
Anita Rani is in Norfolk meeting the people keeping some of the UK's vanishing trades alive. Her first stop is Horsey Windpump which has been restored to full working glory by Tim Whiting, one of the last millwrights in the country. Next she joins the reed cutters making a living on the Norfolk Broads, where she gets to try her hand at cutting. Then she joins Nigel Ford, a man on a mission to restore all of Norfolk's ancient milestones. Finally, she meets David Wolstenholme who makes cricket bats by hand, a skill that's listed by the Heritage Crafts Association as being critically endangered, before she takes her place at the crease to put the bat to the test.

20.00

The Durrells (ITV)
3x06: Episode 6
The family plan a party to celebrate Gerry's 13th birthday, but they are forced to hold it inside when a plague of mosquitoes descends. As the party planning progresses, Louisa finds it difficult to accept that her youngest is growing up. Gerry insists that he does not want a fuss, but he gets frustrated and upset when the party is clearly aimed at someone much younger. Meanwhile, Louisa is concerned by Spiros's behaviour.

Antiques Roadshow (BBC One)
40x08: Castle Howard 2
The Antiques Roadshow returns to Castle Howard in North Yorkshire for a classic summer roadshow. The range of objects brought for the experts to peruse is as eclectic as the people who own them, from a humble terracotta figurine to a rare jade Buddha. A collection of dynamic aviation paintings proves a big hit with Paul Atterbury. Although not by a well-known artist, they are a contemporary, eyewitness account of some of the First World War's most vicious dog-fights. Plus a belt buckle used on a nurses uniform proves to be an exotic French creation worth thousands of pounds. Sometimes, it's a collection that makes headlines. At Castle Howard, finds include a collection of highly-decorative snuff boxes and another of Welsh cycling medals, many of which are solid gold. Fiona pits her wits against ceramic specialist Will Farmer to guess which of three items has increased in value over the 40 years that the Antiques Roadshow has been on air. Who will emerge triumphant?

Britain's Biggest Warship (BBC Two)
1x02: In at the Deep End
After eight years in build, HMS Queen Elizabeth embarks on dangerous sea trials in the North Sea. The 700 sailors on board have to test everything on the ship for the first time - from galleys to guns and from power plants to propellers. What is the super carrier's top speed? How manoeuvrable is she and how stable in rough waters? Meanwhile the ship's company start the process of becoming a sea-born community. On board is chef Mohamad Khan who has to work out how to prepare pork dishes without offending his religion; able seaman Ricky Gleeson who had 49 convictions before he was 21 and Dave Garraghty the most senior non-commissioned officer on board with a passion for car boot sales. After four days at sea, the first aircraft lands on the flight deck and all seems well but then there is an explosion in a cooling plant, a fuel leak that sprays everyone with diesel and the ship's rubbish disposal system goes wrong. There are also strange knocking sounds coming from underneath the ship.

The Crystal Maze (Channel 4)
2x02: Team Jury Service
Maze Master Richard Ayoade returns to lead a new bunch of intrepid adventurers through The Crystal Maze. In this episode, the team met on jury service and are looking to deliver justice in the dome. They may have high hopes, but the maze is a law unto itself.

21.00

Britain's Most Evil Killers (Sky Living)
2x10: Danilo Restivo
Profiling the Italian killer, jailed for murdering and mutilating his Bournemouth neighbour, Heather Barnett, in 2002.

Emergency Helicopter Medics (More4)
1x03: Episode 3

The Good Karma Hospital (ITV)
2x06: Episode 6
Ruby and Gabriel intervene in a dispute between two fishermen and Lydia faces a difficult dilemma when her former mentor asks for her help. Later, the team comes together for Ram and Mala's wedding and Ruby and Gabriel have a heart to heart.

The Woman in White (BBC One) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
After a haunting encounter with a woman all in white, drawing master Walter Hartright finds a startling resemblance between her and his new pupil, the beautiful Laura Fairlie.

My Year with the Tribe (BBC Two)
1x02: Episode 2
Will returns for his second trip to the Korowai to spend more time with Haup (White Beard) and Halap. They are some of the last remaining Korowai still living permanently in a treehouse without any real contact with the outside world. When Will first meets them, their adopted son August is there with them in the forest and his wife Amel gives birth one night, cutting her own umbilical cord with a sharpened piece of wood. But it soon turns out that they spend most of their time in the government-sponsored villages six hours walk away, and have decided to come to the treehouse to see if they can work with the film crew. So Will asks them to return to their government-built village, preparing to spend 10 days living with Haup and Halap alone in the middle of the forest.

The Only Way is Essex (ITV Be)
22x05: Episode 5
Chloe Sims delivers some home truths about Arg being too immature for fatherhood. Courtney dumps Myles who tells Lockie he'll do anything to get her back. Shelby lets slip that she might be in love with new beau Pete.

imagine... (BBC One)
33x07: Habaneros: You Say You Want a Revolution? Part Two
Almost sixty years on, Castro's Cuban revolution continues to split world opinion as decisively as it did when that small band of bearded guerrillas first entered Havana. In the second part of Julien Temple's film we hear from the citizens of this extraordinary city how these young revolutionaries put their dreams into practice. With access to remarkable archive footage, we see how they set about building a brave new socialist world on America's doorstep. Now with Obama gone, Trump in the White House, Fidel dead and his brother Raul stepping down from the presidency, Havana too is about to step into the unknown.

22.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x97: 22/04/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

22.05

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x125: 22/04/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

22.30

Match of the Day 2 (BBC One)
2017x30: MOTD2 - 22nd April 2018
Mark Chapman presents highlights of the day's Premier League games. The leaders Manchester City take on Swansea at the Etihad, Arsenal face West Ham in a London derby, and relegation-threatened Stoke play Burnley. Plus the winner of the PFA Player of the Year award is revealed.

23.25

World Championship Snooker Highlights (BBC Two)
2018x02: Day 2
Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from Sheffield, on a day when four more places in the second round were decided.

23.30

Match of the Day (BBC One)
2018x56: MOTD: FA Cup Highlights
Reshmin Chowdhury presents highlights of the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Southampton. It has been six years since 2017's beaten finalists Chelsea lifted the cup, while Southampton's solitary triumph was back in 1976.