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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2021x317: 29/11/2021

The Great British Breakfast (GB News)
2021x169: Episode 169

09.00

Lorraine (ITV)
11x236: 29/11/21

The Briefing with Tom Harwood (GB News)
2021x65: Episode 65

09.15

Jeremy Vine (Channel 5)
2021x236: Episode 236

Morning Live (BBC One)
3x96: Episode 96

09.30

To The Point (GB News)
2021x81: Episode 81

10.00

This Morning (ITV)
33x236: 29/11/21

12.00

The Briefing Lunchtime with Gloria De Piero (GB News)
2021x44: Episode 44

12.30

Loose Women (ITV)
25x228: 29/11/21

Steph's Packed Lunch (Channel 4)
2021x182: Episode 182

13.00

On the Money (GB News)
2021x61: Episode 61

13.45

Doctors (BBC One)
22x114: Something of the Night
Karen goes on a date, but will Rob notice? Bear tries to make Makeda's release from hospital as pleasant as possible. Emma has to deal with two troublesome teenagers in custody.

14.00

De Piero & Halligan (GB News)
2021x114: Episode 115

14.10

Countdown (Channel 4)
84x111: 29/11/2021

14.15

The Tournament (BBC One)
1x16: Episode 16

15.00

Escape to the Country (BBC One)
22x13: Cornwall
After 25 years living in America, today's couple are heading back to Blighty and have chosen Cornwall for their homecoming. Sonali Shah is on hand to show them some of the best property available in the county for their £675,000 budget. Sonali also drops in on a past Escape buyer to find out all about the highs and lows of moving to this ever-popular county.

The Briefing with Darren McCaffery (GB News)
2021x41: Episode 41

15.45

Virtually Home (BBC One) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
Two friends in Skipton, Yorkshire, call on the help of interior designer Karen Livingstone Welstead and the VR studio for advice on how to redesign their awkward cellar space.

16.00

The Afternoon Agenda (GB News)
2021x72: Episode 72

17.00

5 News (Channel 5)
2021x16: Episode 16

17.30

Bidding Wars (Channel 4)
1x06: Episode 6
Kevin Duala invites six teams to compete to win pallets of themed goods to sell them on for profit. The latest shipments contain festival, shoe and sleep-themed items.

18.00

Dewbs & Co. (GB News)
2021x114: Episode 114

Richard Osman's House of Games (BBC Two)
5x76: Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard (1/5)
Jessie Cave, Ayesha Hazarika, Simon Hickson and AJ Pritchard test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games.

18.30

Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two (BBC Two)
19x46: Episode 46
Rylan kicks off the week as we bid farewell to the latest couple to leave Strictly.

19.00

The One Show (BBC One)
2021x202: 29/11/2021

UK's Strongest Man (Channel 5)
2021x04: Episode 4
The eight men in Group B have become six after two got eliminated. It's another elimination day, with the bottom two athletes in each group being eliminated from the competition.

Farage (GB News)
1x73: Episode 73

19.30

Winter Walks (BBC Four) season premiere
2x01: Amanda Owen
For her Winter Walk, Amanda Owen, the 'Yorkshire Shepherdess', wanders across the Dales and describes what life is like living and working in this dramatic and wild landscape.

X-Ray (BBC One Wales)
21x09: Episode 9

Mastermind (BBC Two)
2022x13: Episode 13

19.35

MasterChef: The Professionals (BBC One)
14x13: Episode 13
Heat seven's Skills Test sees the four contenders preparing a prawn, avocado and pepper omelette and chicken kofte with flatbread and cucumber salad.

20.00

Inside the Zoo (BBC Scotland)
2x07: Episode 7

Great British Landmark Fixers (Yesterday)
1x02: Edinburgh North Bridge
Edinburgh Bridge arches above Waverley, the second busiest station in the whole of Britain. A technological marvel in its day, the Victorian bridge was built in1897 out of the cutting-edge materials of its time after the old stone bridge fell down. The team build a Protection Deck: more than 300km of scaffolding cover the whole bridge, encasing it in an exoskeleton of constantly changing steel as the scaffold team abseil down to reconfigure it on a daily basis, reshaping it to fit the needs of the project.

Emma and AJ Get to Work (W)
1x02: Episode 2
This week, Emma and AJ travel to Aberdeen to help Ebi and Emmanuel Sinteh take their online scented candle business to the next level. The couple want to get back to trading face to face with customers post-lockdown, and launching a pop up shop is the first step towards their dream of a high street business. As well as learning the intricacies of creating best-selling candles, it's an intensely personal journey for AJ. She shares a British-Nigerian heritage with Ebi and Emmanuel and her time with the couple, as well as their family, is an unexpectedly emotional one.

Only Connect (BBC Two)
17x21: Apollos v Animal Lovers

Food Unwrapped (Channel 4)
21x03: Episode 3
Jimmy Doherty finds out why pasta comes in so many different shapes, Kate Quilton is hot on the trail of the spice ratings in our ready meals, and how they are determined, and Briony May Williams looks at the butter content in buttermilk.

All New Traffic Cops (Channel 5)
9x02: Episode 2
PC Karl Jackson is called to an accident in which two people have died, and his priority is to cordon off the area, collect early witness statements and begin the sad task of trying to identify the victims so their relatives can be informed. PC Paul Barker attends an incident in which a car has spun and crashed and finds an empty can of beer on the floor of the car involved.

Nick Knowles' Better Homes (5Star)
1x02: Episode 2
Nick and the team demonstrate ways to make a home feel more spacious without building an extension or knocking down walls, from clever furniture solutions to optical illusions.

Brazier (GB News)
2021x56: Episode 56

20.10

EastEnders (BBC One)
37x189: 29/11/2021
Sharon takes a big step in the right direction, only for things to fall through when Zack gets involved. Harvey has a disastrous date, and Mick's attempt to help Janine backfires.

20.30

MasterChef: The Professionals (BBC One)
14x14: Episode 14
Heat seven continues with the four contenders serving up their Signature Dishes.

Dispatches (Channel 4)
2021x19: The Truth about Your Chicken
Morland Sanders investigates the health and environmental impact of industrial chicken production. This undercover investigation asks serious questions about supermarket chicken, animal welfare, environmental standards, and the impact that these farming techniques may be having on the British countryside.

University Challenge (BBC Two)
51x21: Episode 21

21.00

Murdertown (Crime & Investigation)
3x10: Whitby
In April 2012, Dawn and George Kibble visited the flat of Dawn's sister Julie Davison, concerned for her wellbeing after repeated phone calls went unanswered. On arrival, they found Julie's lifeless body on the blood-stained floor of her kitchen. She'd been attacked, stabbed multiple times, and left for dead. Julie's home had been burgled with the killer making off with her laptop, jewellery, cash, and items of her clothing. The Police immediately began to investigate the crime and found a cigarette butt close to the scene that became crucial in the case's progression. The investigation saw Police zero in on a suspect, James Allen, who was captured on CCTV wearing Julie's coat and trainers. That afternoon he sold a necklace identical to one missing from Julie's home and was seen carrying a laptop computer in a bag identical to one missing from Julie's flat. Three days earlier, he had killed 81-year-old Colin Dunford in Middlesbrough, again following a robbery at the victim's home. A week on from the murder of Colin Dunford, Allen was arrested by an off-duty police officer in Leeds. In November 2012, Allen was found guilty of both murders and was given a life sentence with no parole for 37 years.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire (ITV Be)
14x08: Episode 8

Hornby: A Model World (Yesterday)
1x08: Vampire
Hornby Marketing Manager Montana hopes to persuade boss Simon to invest in a new product designed to attract the next generation of customers. Young designer Tom has his work cut out creating a new model of the record-breaking British jet the Vampire with its unusual space age look. Two railway enthusiasts work together to extend a steam locomotive layout. They are passionate about the detail, so every brick and blade of grass needs to look just right.

Celebrity Yorkshire Auction House (Really)
1x05: Wayne Sleep & Jodie Kidd
Angus helps Wayne Sleep shift a wardrobe of costumes worn over his decades-spanning career. Plus, Jodie Kidd reveals a stable full of family treasures.

Guy's Garage (Channel 4)
1x02: Episode 2
Guy plans to create a racing version of a Piaggio Ape - the tiny three-wheeled vehicles that are ubiquitous across Italy. While these vehicles were never designed with motorsport in mind, he discovers a racing scene based around them has sprung up in Italy, with drivers customising their Apes with motorcycle engines and improved suspension.

The Princes and the Press (BBC Two)
1x02: Sussexit
mol Rajan examines the tumultuous period from 2018 to 2021, including the birth of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor and the royal tours by both brothers. He looks at circumstances around the decision of the Sussexes to step down from their senior royal roles and explores the legal cases brought by them against some newspaper groups from 2019 onwards.

Royal Bastards: Rise of the Tudors (Sky History)
1x02: Episode 2
Episode 2 traverses the second period of the Wars of the Roses (roughly 1468-1471). We learn that while Edward IV has managed to retain the throne, he has also alienated many – most significantly his right-hand man Richard Neville, the Earl of Warwick. Like many in England, Margaret Beaufort has learned how to compromise with Edward's rule; she has managed to keep hold of her lands and her life under Yorkist rule. Warwick proceeds to lead a rebellion against Edward, allying with the king's brother George, Duke of Clarence, and his former enemy, Queen Margaret. For a brief period, Warwick achieves his aims and Henry VI returns to the throne - but Edward will not give up that easily. This episode ends with his return to England, his triumphant victory over Warwick at the battle of Barnet, and then over Queen Margaret at the battle of Tewkesbury. The episode concludes with Edward IV once again safe on the throne – while Margaret Beaufort's son, Henry Tudor, is driven into exile.

Casualty 24/7 (Channel 5)
5x08: Episode 8
Cold winter weather causes a spike in admissions at Barnsley Hospital, with one woman rushed in after being found collapsed outside her home and at risk of hypothermic shock as her core temperature is just 36C. Student nurses Greg and Molly have been fast-tracked to start their placements early and join the children's casualty team, and both deal with patients with head injuries.

The Hunt for Bible John (BBC One Scotland)
1x02: Episode 2
Second of a two-part documentary exploring the 1968 case in which three women were killed after a night of dancing, triggering Scotland's largest manhunt. In November 1969, Helen Puttock was found dead after she went out dancing at the Barrowland Ballroom with her sister. She was the third woman to have been murdered in similar circumstances, and Glasgow detectives now feared that they were dealing with a serial killer. Journalist Magnus Linklater recounts the interview he conducted with Helen's sister Jeannie Williams, who was with her the night she was killed. Jeannie left Helen in a taxi with a man named John, who they had met at the Barrowland earlier that night. Jeannie's testimony about the mysterious red-haired, smart-suited man with crooked teeth who quoted from the Bible would form the basis of the biggest manhunt Scotland had ever seen. This is the story of that incredible and groundbreaking investigation, and the extraordinary effort made by the police, led by DSI Joe Beattie, to try and find the killer.

Made in Chelsea (E4)
22x08: Episode 8

Dan Wootton Tonight (GB News)
2021x13: Episode 13

22.00

Pete & Sam's Reality News (E4)
2x07: Episode 7

Frankie Boyle's New World Order (BBC Two)
5x06: Episode 6

Along for the Ride with David O'Doherty (Channel 4)
1x02: Brecon Beacons with Grayson Perry
David is joined by artist and former mountain bike racer Grayson Perry, as they take to the Brecon Beacons, to enjoy the stunning views and tackle the challenging hills. During the two-day trip, they bond over Grayson's career, childhood tales and his disdain for nature, and attempt to conquer a gruelling five-mile climb while deeply hungover.

Against the Odds (ITV4)
1x02: Gerwyn Price - Chancing His Arm
Gerwyn Price has always been deadly accurate with his throwing arm. As a semi-professional rugby player for Cross Keys in the Welsh League he played hooker and could land the ball on a sixpence from the lineout. In 2014, Price made the bold decision for a Welshman to turn his back on the National game and chance his arm with another sport. Amazingly, just seven year later at the Alexandra Palace, Price in his new incarnation as 'The Iceman' was crowned the World Champion of Darts.

22.30

Newsnight (BBC Two)
2021x231: 29/11/2021
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.

23.00

Headliners (GB News)
2021x13: Episode 13

23.05

Inside Beverly Hills: Land of Rich and Famous (Channel 4)
1x03: Episode 3
Chocolatier Jonathan Grahm throws a birthday party for his dog, and a celebrity stylist follows a client on a routine of lavish lunches, gallery visits and charity events. Celebrating the legalisation of cannabis in California, an online influencer throws a dinner party with a weed-infused menu.



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