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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2017x291: 19/10/2017
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

Good Morning Britain (ITV)
3x291: 19/10/2017
Breakfast show featuring the latest news, sport and weather.

07.00

Teletubbies (CBeebies)
2x39: Running Around in Circles
Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po run around in circles in the Home Dome. The Noo-noo joins in and the Teletubbies have fun chasing.

08.30

Lorraine (ITV)
7x277: 19/10/2017
Lorraine Kelly presents the morning show with a topical mix of entertainment, discussion and showbiz glamour, as well as featuring the latest fashion, food and celebrity gossip.

09.00

Pablo (CBeebies)
1x14: Squeak, Squeak, Squeak
One day Pablo hears a strange sound and discovers his Mum has some squeaky new shoes. He wants to know what they're trying to say. Are the shoes crying or laughing?

Victoria Derbyshire (BBC Two)
2017x201: 19/10/2017
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.

09.15

Rip Off Britain Live (BBC One)
4x09: Episode 9
As the fall-out from Monarch's collapse and Ryanair's cancellations continues, how confident can we be that a booked and paid-for flight will definitely take off? Also, why the residents of one part of the UK are furious at having to pay more than the rest of the country to have the same purchases delivered. Vicar Kate Bottley is the latest celebrity to reveal their consumer secrets, there is more on some of the stories the team has investigated in the past and the programme's experts answer questions.

The Wright Stuff (Channel 5)
2017x208: 19/10/2017
Lively magazine show in which Matthew Wright and guests discuss the topical issues of the day.

09.25

The Jeremy Kyle Show (ITV)
15x34: 19/10/2017
Jeremy Kyle deals with more dilemmas, fiery confrontations and topical issues all in front of a studio audience.

10.00

Homes Under the Hammer (BBC One)
21x44: Episode 44
All of today's projects take a lot longer than planned to redevelop - including a property in Axminster in Devon which took four years to complete. The other properties sold under the hammer are a small office crying out to be a home in Basingstoke and a terrace in Birkenhead which can't make up its mind if it is a three- or four-bedroom house.

10.30

This Morning (ITV)
29x283: 19/10/2017

11.00

A Matter of Life and Debt (BBC One)
1x09: Episode 9
Today, viewers meet Marion, the nurse who changed career to launch her own dog spa after seeing how it helped her own pets. Nine months on, her loans advisor Sarah visits to see if the money has been well spent. Plus a credit union loan helps a father who needs a car to take his young sons to school. And the story of how misusing payday loans plunged a young man into debt.

12.00

Daily Politics (BBC Two)
15x223: 19/10/2017
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.

12.30

Loose Women (ITV)
21x279: 19/10/2017

13.00

BBC News at One (BBC One)
2017x209: 19/10/2017
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

13.30

ITV Lunchtime News (ITV)
2017x207: 19/10/2017
Alastair Stewart presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

13.45

Doctors (BBC One)
19x87: Walk a Mile
When The Mill hosts a talking therapy project, in which patients and staff are invited to tell a story about their shoes, it proves to be an emotional moment for one patient. Reece takes a sudden turn for the worse. Ruhma is perturbed to find Heston looking through her wardrobe.

14.10

Countdown (Channel 4)
76x198: 19/10/2017
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Adrian Chiles is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.

14.15

!mpossible (BBC One)
3x04: Episode 4
24 players compete across the series, scoring points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final. The winner of this battle faces a £10,000 question.

15.00

Alphabetical (ITV)
2x14: Episode 14

Find It, Fix It, Flog It (Channel 4)
2x19: Episode 19
Henry and Simon head to a private railway. Simon converts a lantern to a stylish table, while Henry converts a fire extinguisher into a steampunk lamp.

15.40

Kazoops (CBeebies)
1x65: Car Trip
Monty is surprised that his mum doesn't find her job exciting, and wonders if things become dull if they you do them every day.

15.45

Money for Nothing (BBC One)
4x09: Episode 9
Sarah Moore is in Scotland, rummaging through the rubbish in Dunbar Recycling Centre, where she hopes to save three items from the skip. The Bristol Upholstery Collective is on hand to help Sarah nurse an old chair back to health, while blacksmith Kev Paxton attempts to repurpose an unwanted washing machine. Sarah tries to create something alluring out of disposed egg trays, but will her transformation have what it takes to produce a profit?

16.00

Tipping Point (ITV)
7x136: 19/10/2017
Ben Shephard hosts the quiz show in which four players take on an extraordinary machine in the hope of winning its £10,000 pound jackpot.

My Kitchen Rules (Channel 4)
2x19: Episode 19
Next from the Midlands and Wales, globe-trotting sisters Lucy and Emily from Malvern create a menu inspired by British classics with an international twist. Their three course meal takes their guests on a world tour, beginning with their starter of East-African inspired Scotch eggs with Blatjang ; a main course of Mexican fish and chips and for dessert, a Brazilian strawberry and chocolate trifle with truffles. But will their international dishes be their ticket into the MKR Mansion Round?

17.00

The Chase (ITV)
11x53: 19/10/2017
Today's contestants Simon, Craig, Helen and Yaz join forces in the hope that their four brains can beat one - but that one brain does happen to belong to a Chaser.

So Awkward (CBBC)
3x08: Ultimate Bucket
Martha and Ollie throw Cassie and Maxwell off the maths team, desperate not to be outshone as they were last year by the lightning-fast buzzer technique of the younger pair. Outraged, Cassie and Maxwell vow to fight for their rightful places on the team. After what he considers a near-death experience stranded up a ladder, Alfie is determined to compile and complete a 'bucket list' before it's too late. Jas thinks she's helping him by encouraging him to do the scariest things she can think of, but poor Alfie becomes increasingly traumatised. Meanwhile, Rob has to attend a History Catch Up Club run by Mr Malone. Lily is frustrated, as she's hardly getting to see Rob at all and Ms Parfitt is jealous of the Club's popularity.

Four in a Bed (Channel 4)
12x09: Delamere Farm
The final visit is to Delamere Farm in Northborough, where owner Agi Chapman, who is joined by Jayne Thorpe Godman, prides herself on providing a luxurious sleep to all her visitors.

5 News at 5 (Channel 5)
2017x205: 19/10/2017
The latest national and international news, sport and weather.

17.15

Pointless (BBC One)
18x14: Episode 14

17.30

Stage School (E4)
2x19: Episode 19
Following on from impressing the Vamps, it's the day of reckoning for the girl band and their first live gig, but will the band's new look impress Sophie? With Nationals just a day away, Kieran's patience with the dance crew is wearing thin thanks to a desperate dash to find new members. Will he finally be seduced by a rival dance crew's invite for lunch? Santino decides to up his game to impress Lauren, but are her feelings for new boy Dexter just professional?

Blue Peter (CBBC)
2017x43: Jacqueline Wilson Takeover

Steph and Dom's One Star to Five Star (Channel 4)
1x09: Episode 9
On day four at The Daleshurst guest house in Paignton, Steph and Dom challenge the owners to offer a Thai tasting menu and offer a bespoke concierge service.

18.00

BBC News at Six (BBC One)
2017x209: 19/10/2017
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

18.30

Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
23x209: 2017-10-19
Zack tries to help Leela, who is struggling to cope. Tony worries about Harry's whereabouts, while Cindy is caught red-handed, and Lily cancels on Prince.

Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two (BBC Two)
15x19: Episode 19
Zoe Ball dishes up all the backstage gossip from the dancefloor. Vicky Gill gives us an exclusive look at what our couples will be wearing at the weekend.

ITV Evening News (ITV)
2017x209: 19/10/2017
Mary Nightingale presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

5 News Tonight (Channel 5)
2017x205: 19/10/2017
The latest national and international news, sport and weather.

19.00

Emmerdale (ITV)
48x241: Thursday 19th October
Lawrence arouses suspicion. Daz plays the hero. Jai is in denial.

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2017x290: 19/10/2017
Channel 4 News, includes sport and weather.

The One Show (BBC One)
2017x185: 19/10/2017

19.30

EastEnders (BBC One)
33x166: Thursday 19th October
The Fowlers pull together. Jane attempts to stand her ground with Max, but will he get the upper hand?

Tonight (ITV)
2017x37: Work 'Til You Drop?
With a record number of pensioners still working, Tonight explores what they are up to, why they are doing it and what it means for the UK. Noreena Hertz meets people working through their 60s and beyond, as well as those struggling to a find a job at an older age. The economic impact of an ageing workforce is revealed and the programme looks at how businesses are adapting to cope with a country working for longer.

20.00

The Big Family Cooking Showdown (BBC Two)
1x10: Episode 10
It's the second semi-final and three families face three demanding, new challenges: What's In The Fridge? Perfect Puddings and Nation's Favourite With A Twist. Returning to the studio kitchen this week are the Kings, the Gangotras and the Buoys, all hoping to impress judges Rosemary and Giorgio enough for a place in the Cooking Showdown final.

Emmerdale (ITV)
48x242: Thursday 19th October
Lawrence is left reeling. Dan loses his temper. Jai opens up.

Discovering Film (Sky Arts)
7x04: Albert Finney
A closer look at Albert Finney's glittering career, from his humble beginnings in Salford, Lancashire, to becoming a multi-Oscar-nominated Hollywood star.

The Supervet (Channel 4)
10x05: Episode 5

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door (Channel 5)
6x03: Episode 3
More cases of neighbours not seeing eye to eye. A pair of warring families cause misery in a residential street in Sunderland. Noisy neighbour Claire causes issues in the Cotswolds for Kate and Ross, and dog breeder Amanda creates trouble for her neighbours in Nottinghamshire.

20.30

Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs (ITV) season premiere
6x01: Episode 1
In episode one we meet a litter of Dalmatian pups, a supersized Shar Pei cross who needs to get down to the gym and a gorgeous Yorkie with a serious body odour problem.

21.00

Britain's Next Top Model (Lifetime) season premiere
12x01: Episode 1
Exclusive series following 12 model wannabes as they vie to become the new British catwalk queen.

Red Dwarf (Dave)
12x02: Siliconia
Lister discovers a simple update of the ship's latest software could be a matter of life or death.

Ed Stafford: Left for Dead (Discovery Channel)
1x06: Panama: The Darien Gap
Dropped on Panama's Pacific Coast, Ed faces a gruelling 10-day hike through the Darien Gap. Can he tackle one of the world's most perilous expanses of jungle?

Murder Maps (Yesterday)
3x02: The Acid Bath Murders
Nicholas Day continues investigating some of the most notorious, shocking and surprising murder cases in history. When police investigated the disappearance of wealthy widow, Olive Durand Deacon, in early 1949, they could not have imagined the gruesome confession told to them by the man they had brought in for questioning.

Cars That Rock with Brian Johnson (Quest)
3x04: Cadillac
Brian goes back in time with the Cadillac. He looks at the fins that made them famous in the '50s and drives a spooky a replica of the car from the film, 'Ghostbusters'.

John Bishop: In Conversation With... (W)
3x06: John Cleese
Actor, writer and comedy pioneer John Cleese joins John Bishop in the latest installment of the series.

Bromans (ITV2)
1x06: Episode 6
Eight 21st century lads are to be transported back to the Roman Empire to see if they can cut it as gladiators.

Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine (ITV) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
In this episode, Gordon joins Dorset police as they arrest motorists driving under the influence of cocaine. He witnesses National Crime Agency officers intercepting drug couriers laden with tens of thousands of pounds on their way to a major deal, and handles 30 kilos of freshly confiscated cocaine as it arrives at a forensics laboratory for testing. Heading to the source, Gordon treks deep into the jungle of Colombia - the world's biggest producer of cocaine - to meet a coca farmer who risks everything to produce the drug, and witnesses the illegal cooking process by which the plant is transformed.

A League of Their Own (Sky 1)
12x06: Bradley Wiggins, Jimmy Carr, Sara Cox
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Jimmy Carr and Sara Cox join the fun. John Barnes and Kevin Pietersen team up with Jamie and Freddie for a synchronised diving challenge.

The Ganges with Sue Perkins (BBC One) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
In this first episode, Sue begins her epic journey in the highest mountains on earth. She treks to the source of the Ganges River, meeting hermits and the wise and wandering holy people that call this sacred landscape home.

Rich House, Poor House (Channel 5) season premiere
2x01: Episode 1
Families from opposite ends of the income divide swap houses and lifestyles for a week. The Leamon family leave their four-bedroom terrace house on a council estate to live in the Fiddes family's six bedroom house set in sixty acres.

Valley Cops (BBC One Wales)
1x02: Episode 2
It's a race to catch the culprit responsible for a recent string of burglaries in Mountain Ash, with both the police and the community joining the hunt. Detective Mark Jones is leading the case for the police, but the community are aided by social media, and are quick to identify the thief. Now the question on everyone's lips, is have they got the right man? Meanwhile, the response team are called out to a serious assault at a family home, after a man was found badly beaten, and dumped in the street. The victim is now in a coma and the police need to rely on witnesses coming forward to talk.

Natural World (BBC Two)
37x07: H is for Hawk: A New Chapter
Following the success of Helen Macdonald's bestselling novel of the same name, H is for Hawk: A New Chapter is an intimate and personal journey. After the loss of her father, Helen trained the hardest bird in falconry, a goshawk. The cathartic experience helped her to grieve and now she is ready to do it again, but this time she hopes it will be her wings to somewhere new. In this beautiful and moving film, Helen trains a new bird and follows a wild goshawk family at the nest, getting closer than ever before to these fiery eyed birds of prey.

Educating Greater Manchester (Channel 4)
1x08: Episode 8
Headteacher Drew Povey has his work cut out when the results of the mock exams prove disappointing. With only a few months until the real GCSEs, he and his two deputies throw everything they can at the problem, putting on extra lessons, calling a special parents' evening and trying to inspire confidence in the students. But will it be enough when the results are announced in August? All the while, Mr Povey's background in behaviour management is put to the test dealing with a Year 8 student who has had a dangerous fight in the corridor.

21.30

GameFace (E4)
1x03: Onion
Marcella's wayward brother, Billy, is coming out of rehab and it isn't long before their sibling squabbles start up again. Her life-coach is on hand to help her work through their differences using some new, questionable methods. Meanwhile, Marcella finally has an audition for an acting role but there's a hitch, she needs to cry in it and no matter what she tries the tears won't come.

21.40

Zapped (Dave)
2x02: Magic Darts
Keen to protect himself from further harm, Brian takes a crash course in magic from Howell. Obviously, this lands him in even greater danger. Back in The Jug and The Other Jug, Steg accidentally becomes a father, Barbara loses her only soothsaying client and Herman nails a dartboard to the pub wall. Unfortunately, this attracts the attention of the Fairies, who soon become obsessed. The only way to remove them is to orchestrate a showdown, with high stakes and Barbara stepping up to the oche.

22.00

Celebrity Juice (ITV2)
18x06: Bruno Tonioli, Chris Ramsey, Gino D'Acampo, Anne Hegerty, Mark Labbett
Keith Lemon hosts the outrageous comedy panel show, which sees team captain Fearne Cotton and guest team captain Bruno Tonioli going head to head in a series of hilarious games. Joining the panel this week is hilarious comic Chris Ramsey, and Anne and Mark from popular quiz show The Chase.

The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (Channel 4)
4x08: Episode 8

Bad Habits, Holy Orders (Channel 5) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
Geordie lass Rebecca is unimpressed with her new lodgings, while Sister Francis has little time for an attempt to smuggle in some vodka. But soon enough, the time allows Rebecca to reflect on her relationship with her father.

The Russell Howard Hour (Sky 1)
1x05: Episode 5
Comedian Russell Howard welcomes a special guest as he celebrates the heroes and mocks the madness of the week's biggest stories.

The Premier League Football Show (BBC Two)
2018x10: 19/10/2017
Gabby Logan hosts the weekly magazine programme, featuring in-depth interviews with the biggest Premier League stars

ITV News at Ten (ITV)
2017x168: 19/10/2017
The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

BBC News at Ten (BBC One)
2017x208: 19/10/2017
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.

22.30

Newsnight (BBC Two)
2017x202: 19/10/2017
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis.

22.45

After the News (ITV)
1x09: Episode 9
Nightly discussion show presented by Emma Barnett and Nick Ferrari, featuring lively debate on the big issues of today and an early take on the stories making tomorrow's headlines.

23.45

UEFA Europa League Highlights (ITV)
2018x03: 19/10/2017
Mark Pougatch presents highlights of the latest Europa League matches, and is joined by Glenn Hoddle and former Everton midfielder Leon Osman, with commentary from Clive Tyldesley, Sam Matterface and Joe Speight. After a disappointing defeat away to Atalanta, and a frustrating draw at home to Limassol, Everton need to get their group E Europa League campaign up and running as they entertain French side Lyon at Goodison Park. Big name summer signings Wayne Rooney and Gylfi Sigurdsson have yet to produce their best form and coach Ronald Koeman will be hoping for an upturn in fortunes against a Lyon side who finished fourth in the French league last season. Elsewhere, with two wins under their belt, Arsenal travel to Belgrade full of confidence for their group H game against Red Star.