TV and Radio

Today's TV Wednesday 28 April

TV Guide

Is Uni Racist, 10.45pm BBC 1: Linda Adey investigates the experiences of black and ethnic minority students at British universities and what happens when victims of racist abuse at university want to complain 
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6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

BREAKFAST (S)

9.15

MORNING LIVE (S)

10.00

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER Property renovations in Carlisle, London and Walsall. (S) (R)

11.00

DOM DIGS IN (S)

11.45

PARAMEDICS ON SCENE (S)

12.15

BARGAIN HUNT From Newark Antiques and Collectors Fair. (S) (R)

1.00

BBC NEWS AT ONE; Weather (S)

1.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

1.45

DOCTORS Valerie sets out to track down the baby from the photo. (S)

2.15

IMPOSSIBLE Quiz, hosted by Rick Edwards. (S) (R)

3.00

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY A couple looking for a home in the Yorkshire Dales. (S) (R)

3.45

MONEY FOR NOTHING Upcycling dining chairs, vintage lawn games and aluminium lamp-shades. (S)

4.30

THE REPAIR SHOPDominic Chinea takes on the restoration of a wooden carousel horse. (S) (R)

5.15

POINTLESS Presented by Alexander Armstrong, with Richard Osman. (S)

6.00

BBC NEWS AT SIX; Weather (S)

6.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

THE ONE SHOW Presented by Alex Jones. (S)

7.30

HOME GROUND Jo Scott lends a hand on a daffodil farm in Co Tyrone. (S)

8PM
8.00

THE REPAIR SHOP The experts work on a retro roundabout, a leather side saddle and a set of dominoes thought to have been played in the First World War Christmas truce of 1914. (S)

9PM
9.00

THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE The sewers’ skills are tested as they tackle a baker boy cap, transform men’s jackets into garments for women and make gentlemen’s utility jackets. Presented by Joe Lycett. (S)

10 PM
10.00

BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)

10.30

BBC NEWSLINE (S); Weather

10.45

IS UNI RACIST? Linda Adey investigates the experiences of black and ethnic minority students at British universities and what happens when victims of racist abuse at university want to complain. (S)

11PM
11.25

I Can See Your Voice (S) (R)

11.20

Bates Motel (S)

1.00

BBC News (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

GDom Digs In (S) (R)

6.45

Money for Nothing (S) (R)

7.30

Great British Menu (S) (R)

8.00

Sign Zone: Dragons’ Den (S)

9.00

BBC News (S)

10.00

LIVE SNOOKER: THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Coverage of the morning session day 12 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where the quarter-final between Neil Robertson and Kyren Wilson concludes. (S)

11.15

Politics Live ( (S)

1.00

LIVE SNOOKER: THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CCoverage of the afternoon session day 12 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, where Anthony McGill v Stuart Bingham or Jamie Jones in the quarter-final concludes. (S)

6.00

(S) (R)

6.30

GREAT BRITISH RAILWAY JOURNEYS (S)

7PM
7.00

LIVE SNOOKER: THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP The evening session at the Crucible Theatre, featuring Mark Williams v Mark Allen or Mark Selby, and Shaun Murphy or Yan Bingtao v David Gilbert or Judd Trump. Coverage continues on BBC4. (S)

8PM
8.00

GREAT BRITISH MENU Four top chefs compete for Northern Ireland with canapes, starters and fish dishes inspired by British invention and innovation. (S)

9PM
9.00

BENT COPPERS: CROSSING THE LINE OF DUTY The final instalment reveals how, in the late 1970s, corruption within the City of London’s CID had grown out of control. Last in the series. (S)

10PM
10.00

QI XL Guests Matt Lucas, Jerry Springer and Cariad Lloyd join regular panellist Alan Davies and host Sandi Toksvig to contemplate the theme “noodles” in this extended episode. (S) (R)

10.45

NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)

11PM
11.30

Rainbow Cup Highlights (S)

12.30

Snooker: World Championship Highlights (S)

1.20

Snooker: World Championship Extra (S)

2.20

The Detectives: Fighting Organised Crime (S) (R)

3.20

Sign Zone: Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline (S) (R)

4.20

Sign Zone: Beechgrove (S) (R)

4.50

Sign Zone: Rick Stein’s Cornwall (S) (R)

5.20

This Is BBC Two (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

GOOD MORNING BRITAIN (S)

9.00

LORRAINE Entertainment, current affairs and fashion news, as well as showbiz stories and celebrity gossip. Presented by Lorraine Kelly. (S)

10.00

THIS MORNING A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. Including Local Weather. (S)

12.30

LOOSE WOMEN Another helping of topical studio discussion from a female perspective, featuring celebrity interviews. (S)

1.30

ITV LUNCHTIME NEWS (S); Weather

1.55

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

2.00

JUDGE RINDER Cameras follow criminal barrister Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life cases in a studio courtroom. (S)

3.00

TENABLE A team of family and friends take part. (S)

3.59

UTV WEATHER (S)

4.00

TIPPING POINT Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz in which contestants drop tokens down a choice of four chutes in the hope of winning a £10,000 jackpot. (S)

5.00

THE CHASE BContestants Alan, Laura, Kerry and Enyioma take part. (S)

6.00

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

6.30

ITV EVENING NEWS (S); Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

EMMERDALE Kim gives Gabby a life lesson. (S)

7.30

CORONATION STREET Sharon helps Sarah to throw Sam a birthday party. (S)

8PM
8.00

PAUL O’GRADY: FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS Paul meets a pair of shih tzus from a puppy farm that need to learn all about domestic life. (S)

8.30

CORONATION STREET Sam takes Sharon into his confidence. (S)

9PM
9.00

VIEWPOINT Martin goes on a mission to dig deeper into Carl Tuckman’s murky past, hoping to find clues that may relate to Gemma’s disappearance. (S)

10PM
10.00

ITV NEWS AT TEN (S); Weather

10.30

UTV LIVE (S); Weather

10.45

PESTON Political magazine show presented by Robert Peston, featuring major interviews with MPs, topical guests and cultural figures. (S)

11PM
11.40

Viewpoint (S) (R)

12.40

Shop: Ideal World (S)

3.00

FYI Extra

3.15

Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow: Christmas Special (S) (R)

4.05

ITV Nightscreen

5.05

Tipping Point (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

Countdown (S) (R)

6.40

Cheers (S) (R)

7.05

Cheers (S) (R)

7.35

Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)

8.00

Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)

8.25

Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)

8.55

Frasier (S) (R)

9.25

Frasier (S) (R)

9.55

Frasier (S) (R)

10.25

Escape to the Chateau: DIY (S) (R)

11.25

Channel 4 News Summary (S)

11.30

Couples Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

12.30

Steph’s Packed Lunch (S)

2.10

Countdown (S)

3.00

A PLACE IN THE SUN (S)

4.00

A NEW LIFE IN THE SUN (S) (R)

5.00

FOUR IN A BED (S)

5.30

THE SIMPSONS (S) (R)

6.00

ACKLEY BRIDGE Fizza learns the shocking truth about her mum’s attack, and she and Kayla get a shock when news comes through about Johnny. (S)

6.30

HOLLYOAKS Romeo is floored when Goldie lets him in on the secret. (S) (R)

7PM
7.00

CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)

8PM
8.00

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer travel to Sheffield to help two more couples, including scientists Lois and Ahmed, who have so far lost out on eight houses. (S)

9PM
9.00

FIRST DATES HOTEL Self-made millionaire Delia is looking for a man to build a future with. Bengy has a trauma to share – luckily Lara is a caring soul with a listening ear. Last in the series. (S)

10PM
10.00

THE SECRET LIVES OF SLIM PEOPLE Sabrina Grant examines the lives of people who do not stick to a fitness regimen or seem to worry about what they eat, but do not have a problem with their weight. (S)

11PM
11.05

Gogglebox (S) (R)

12.05

Wife Swap USA (S) (R)

12.55

FILM: Enough Said (2013) Romantic comedy drama, with James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. (S)

2.30

Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles (S) (R)

3.25

Kirstie: Keep Crafting and Carry On (S) (R)

4.20

The £100k Drop (S) (R)

5.10

Coach Trip: Road to Ibiza (S) (R)

5.40

Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

The Secret Life of Kittens (S) (R)

6.05

The Secret Life of Puppies (S) (R)

6.10

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.15

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.20

Mya Go (S) (R)

6.25

Blue’s Clues & You (S) (R)

6.50

Thomas & Friends (S) (R)

7.00

Fireman Sam (S) (R)

7.10

Daisy & Ollie (S) (R)

7.20

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

7.30

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

7.35

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

7.45

Pip & Posy (S) (R)

8.00

The Adventures of Paddington (S) (R)

8.20

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

8.30

Ricky Zoom (S) (R)

8.45

The Wonderful World of Baby Animals (S) (R)

8.50

Wissper (S) (R)

8.55

Milkshake! Monkey (S) (R)

9.00

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

9.05

Sunny Bunnies (S) (R)

9.15

JEREMY VINE (S)

11.15

BUILD A NEW LIFE IN THE COUNTRY – WAS IT WORTH IT? (R)

12.15

5 NEWS AT LUNCHTIME (S)

12.20

HOUSE DOCTOR (S) (R)

12.45

HOUSE DOCTOR (S) (R)

1.15

HOME AND AWAY (S) (R)

1.45

NEIGHBOURS (S)

2.15

FILM: KILLER ARRANGEMENT: A FLOWER SHOP MYSTERY (2016) Whodunit, starring Brooke Shields. (S)

4.00

RICH HOUSE, POOR HOUSE (S) (R)

5.00

5 NEWS AT 5 (S)

5.30

NEIGHBOURS (S) (R)

6.00

HOME AND AWAY (S) (R)

6.30

5 NEWS TONIGHT (S)

7PM
7.00

INSIDE THE TOWER OF LONDON Raven chicks are born in the tower for the first time in 30 years – but only one of the newborn birds can stay, and ravenmaster Chris must find homes for the others. (S) (R); 5 News Update (S)

8PM
8.00

POLICE INTERCEPTORS The firearms team are deployed to the address of a man allegedly armed with a gun who is threatening to harm himself or provoke a police shooting. (S); 5 News Update (S)

9PM
9.00

HERE COME THE GYPSIES! In Hampshire, it’s the day of the renowned Cooper horse drive, and hundreds of Gypsies gather to buy and sell horses and ride out together through the New Forest. (S)

10PM
10.00

POLICE RAIDS: CAUGHT BY SURPRISE Cameras follow enforcement agencies carrying out raids across Britain. A specialist counterfeit raid team targets businesses suspected of dealing fake goods. (S) (R)

11PM
11.05

A&E After Dark (S) (R)

12.05

Angel of Death: The Crimes of Beverley Allitt (S) (R)

1.00

The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show (S)

3.00

Entertainment News on 5 (S)

3.10

Friends (S) (R)

3.35

Friends (S) (R)

4.00

Eight Days That Made Rome (S) (R)

4.45

Great Artists (S) (R)

5.10

Wildlife SOS (S) (R)

5.35

House Doctor (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EURONEWS

6.10

TELESHOPPING

6.40

TELESHOPPING

7.10

TELESHOPPING

7.45

TODAY (S) (R)

9.45

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S); Weather

10.40

SHORTLAND STREET (S)

11.10

ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES (S) (R); Weather

11.50

LEADERS’ QUESTIONS

12.45

AMERICAN ICONS (S)

1.00

RTÉ NEWS: ONE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

1.30

HOME AND AWAY (S)

2.00

NEIGHBOURS (S)

2.30

BDESPERATE HOUSES (R)

3.00

EASTENDERS (S) (R)

3.30

TODAY Daily magazine show

5.40

NUACHT; RTÉ News with Signing

6.00

THE ANGELUS (R)

6.01

RTÉ NEWS: SIX ONE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

NATIONWIDE (S)

7.30

EAR TO THE GROUND Farmers who have doubled their income without doubling their herd. (S) (R); Lotto

8PM
8.00

FAIR CITY Carol becomes increasingly infuriated by Liam’s actions. (S)

8.30

COOK-IN WITH MARK MORIARTY The chef shares brunch recipes. (S)

9PM
9.00

RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

9.35

GUNPLOT Documentary examining the Arms Crisis, a 1970 political scandal involving an alleged conspiracy to send weapons to the IRA. (S)

10PM
10.40

WHAT’S ANOTHER YEAR: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SHAY HEALY A look back on the life and career of the songwriter, broadcaster and journalist, who died earlier this month. With contributions from friends, colleagues and family members. (S) (R)

11PM
11.40

The South Westerlies (S) (R)

12.45

Beecham House (S) (R)

1.40

Operation Transformation (S) (R)

2.40

Ireland’s Fittest Family Celebrity Special (S) (R)

3.40

Clear History (R)

4.20

Pulling with My Parents (S) (R)

5.15

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EuroNews

6.45

Storytime (S) (R)

6.55

Hey Duggee (S) (R)

7.20

Brewster the Rooster (S) (R)

7.25

Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese (S) (R)

7.40

Squad Goals (S) (R)

8.10

4 O’Clock Club (S) (R)

8.45

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (R)

9.10

Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures (S) (R)

9.25

Swashbuckle (R)

9.45

Ferne and Rory’s Vet Tales (S) (R)

10.00

Moon and Me (R)

10.25

Peppa Pig (R)

10.30

Peppa Pig (R)

10.35

Danger Mouse (R)

10.50

Wild Kids (S) (R)

11.05

Nelly & Nora (S) (R)

11.10

Nelly & Nora (S) (R)

11.20

Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)

11.25

Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)

11.35

Everything’s Rosie (S) (R)

11.45

Everything’s Rosie (S) (R)

12.00

Dorg Van Dango (S) (R)

12.10

Dorg Van Dango (S) (R)

12.30

Nina and the Neurons: In the Lab (R)

12.50

Teen Titans Go! (S) (R)

1.15

The Tom and Jerry Show (R)

1.25

Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)

1.30

Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)

1.40

Wild Kratts (R)

2.05

The Next Step (S) (R)

2.30

The Next Step (S) (R)

2.55

The Dumping Ground (S)

3.25

The Dumping Ground (S)

4.00

RACING FROM PUNCHESTOWN: THE PUNCHESTOWN FESTIVAL Hugh Cahill is joined by Jane Mangan and Ruby Walsh for live coverage from day two of the annual festival. Brian Gleeson and Katie Walsh report, with Richard Pugh on commentary. (S)

7PM
7.35

HOME AND AWAY Justin and Leah seek out Susie over their home loan problems. (S) (R)

8PM
8.05

DIY SOS The team renovates a run-down building to be used as the new base for the Blackpool Carers Trust, which provides out-of-school respite and training activities for young carers. (S) (R)

9PM
9.15

OPEN HOUSE DUBLIN Examining a social housing project in Dun Laoghaire. (S)

9.25

BRIDGET & EAMON Comedy, starring Jennifer Zamparelli and Bernard O’Shea. (S)

9.30

BLUE BLOODS Eddie and Rachel Witten are heralded for bravery after stopping an active shooter – only to be accused of faking the incident. (S)

10PM
10.20

GREY’S ANATOMY Bailey panics when she hears there has been a surge of Covid-19 cases, concerned for her loved ones in a local care home. Jackson and Richard teach Catherine a lesson. (S)

11PM
11.10

Modus (S)

12.05

Baby-Faced Mums (S) (R)

21.00

Darkness: Those Who Kill (S) (R)

1.55

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.10

The Six O’Clock Show (R)

7.00

Ireland AM (S)

10.00

This Morning

12.30

News at 12:30 (S)

1.00

The Chase (S) (R)

2.00

The Chase (S) (R)

3.00

ELAINE

4.00

JUDGE JUDY

4.30

JUDGE JUDY

5.00

JUDGE JUDY

5.30

NEWS AT 5.30 (S)

6.00

THE SIX O’CLOCK SHOW Chat show. (S)

7PM
7.00

EMMERDALE Kim gives Gabby a life lesson. (S)

7.30

CORONATION STREET (S)

8PM
8.00

NEWS AT 8 (S)

8.30

CORONATION STREET Sam takes Sharon into his confidence. (S)

9PM
9.00

MILLION POUND PAWN Fashion designer Nina takes her Russian artwork to Ray at Suttons and Robertson’s in London. Last in the series.

10PM
10.00

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S)

11PM
11.00

IRELAND UNDER LOCKDOWN: COVID-19 STORIES (R)

12.00

9/11 – SECRET EXPLOSIONS IN THE TOWERS (R)

1.00

GOOD BEHAVIOUR (R)

1.55

CLOSE

5.20

THE TONIGHT SHOW (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
7.00

Cúla 4 na nÓg

10.00

Cúla4 Ar Scoil

10.30

Naíonáin an Zú (R)

11.00

Little House on the Prairie (S) (R)

12.20

Abair Amhrán (R)

12.40

Garraí Glas (R)

1.10

Murder, She Wrote (S) (R)

2.05

Weakest Link (S) (R)

3.00

Cúla 4 na nÓg

4.00

Cúla 4

5.32

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

5.35

TIMPEALL AN TÁBLA (S) (R)

6.05

GILMORE GIRLS Lorelai resumes her relationship with Christopher, but finds it difficult to commit to him – even though he keeps arranging romantic dates to win her over. (S) (R)

6.57

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

7PM
7.00

NUACHT TG4

7.30

COMHLUADAR CEOIL Dáithí Ó Sé meets the Shannon Family. Music series in which Dáithí meets with some of Ireland’s musical bands and families. (S) (R)

8PM
8.00

SCÉALTA NA NÓSTÁN The stories behind some of Co Kerry’s former railway hotels. (S) (R)

9PM
9.00

SIAR SNA 90IDÍ Memorable moments from 1993 captured on film. (S) (R)

9.30

NA SAORA BAD The construction of a canvas currach. (S)

10PM
10.30

THE SINNER Harry and Detective Vic Soto focus on a hand injury that Nick had sustained. (S)

11PM
11.23

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

11.25

SURVIVOR: EDGE OF EXTINCTION New series. Castaways hover on the ’Edge of Extinction’ in an all-new twist.

12.20

WEAKEST LINK (S) (R)

1.15

DÁIL ÉIREANN

1.40

FRANCE 24

5.30

FRANCE 24

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