TV and Radio

Today's TV Friday 8 October

TV Guide

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing. 12.35am, BBC 2. Paul and Bob are on the River Severn in Worcestershire to fish for zander 
6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

BREAKFAST (S)

9.15

RIP OFF BRITAIN (S)

10.00

DEFENDERS UK (S)

10.45

CLAIMED AND SHAMED (S)

11.15

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER Properties in Macclesfield. (S) (R)

12.15

BARGAIN HUNT Christina Trevanion hosts from Leominster, Herefordshire. (S)

1.00

BBC NEWS AT ONE; Weather (S)

1.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

1.45

UNBEATABLE Quiz, hosted by Jason Manford, in which contestants vie to find the ‘unbeatable’ answer. (S) (R)

2.30

THE REPAIR SHOP Tim Gunn brings all his skill to bear restoring a wartime bicycle once owned and used by a Bletchley Park code-breaker. (S)

3.00

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Ginny Buckley helps a couple to find a rural retreat in the Norfolk countryside. (S) (R)

3.45

GARDEN RESCUE Turning a paved-over blank square of land into a garden full of colour and plants, on a healthy budget of £6,000.(S) (R)

4.30

ANTIQUES ROAD TRIP Margie Cooper and Paul Martin head for Plymouth on their last leg. (S)

5.15

POINTLESS Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. (S)

6.00

BBC NEWS AT SIX; Weather (S)

6.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

THE ONE SHOW Hosted by Ronan Keating and Angellica Bell. (S)

7.30

QUESTION OF SPORT With four Olympic medallists from Tokyo - modern pentathlete Kate French, diver Jack Laugher, boxer Karriss Artingstall and BMX freestyler Charlotte Worthington. (S)

8PM
8.00

EASTENDERS Dotty’s frustrations increase when mum Sandy comes under fire once more. (S)

8.30

RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES NIGHT Ed Gamble, Sian Gibson, Dara O Briain and Sindhu Vee face more tricky general knowledge challenges set by Richard Osman. (S)

9PM
9.00

HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU New series. Guest host Stephen Mangan and panellists Ross Noble and Ria Lina join regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop as they delve into the news. (S)

9.30

THE CLEANER Wicky meets a 23- year-old social media influencer with millions of followers, whose home is the scene of a fatal electrocution. (S)

10 PM
10.00

BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)

10.25

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

10.35

THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW The host is joined by guests Andie MacDowell, Billy Porter, Jodie Comer and Daisy Haggard. Plus, Texas perform their new single Unbelievable. (S)

11PM
11.25

FILM: Sliding Doors (1998) A London woman’s entire future hinges on whether or not she catches a train. In one version of events, she gets the chance to start afresh and lead a happy new life, but in the other she is stuck supporting her lazy, unfaithful boyfriend. Comedy drama, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, John Hannah and John Lynch. (S)

1.00

Weather for the Week Ahead (S)

1.05

BBC News (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.15

Homes Under the Hammer (S) (R)

7.15

Antiques Road Trip (S) (R)

8.00

Sign Zone: Chris and Meg’s Wild Summer (S) (R)

8.30

Sign Zone: Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing (S) (R)

9.00

BBC News at 9 (S)

10.00

BBC News (S)

12.15

Politics UK (S)

1.00

Head Hunters (S) (R)

1.45

Eggheads (S) (R)

2.15

Celebrity Painting Challenge (S) (R)

3.15

AN ISLAND PARISH (S) (R)

3.45

CURIOSITY (S) (R)

4.30

GLORIOUS GARDENS FROM ABOVE Exploring Hampshire. (S) (R)

5.15

FLOG IT! (S) (R)

6.00

RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES Roger Black, Jo Brand, Sanjeev Kohli and Tiff Stevenson take part. (S)

6.30

STRICTLY: IT TAKES TWO Rylan gets all the backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from Strictly ahead of the weekend. He is joined by two couples as well as a panel of celebrity superfans. (S)

7PM
7.00

UNITED RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP Ulster v Benetton (Kick-off 7.35pm). Stephen Watson presents live coverage of the match from the third round of fixtures, held at Kingspan Stadium. Ulster finished second in Conference A of last season’s PRO14, while Benetton finished at the foot of Conference B after failing to win a single match, but they did go on to win the Rainbow Cup. The last league meeting between the sides came in the opening round of last season, with Ulster recording a 35-24 victory. With analysis from Rory Best and Tommy Bowe, and commentary by Jim Neilly and David Humphreys. (S)

10PM
10.00

MOTDX Jermaine Jenas and the rest of the team are back to look at the lifestyle and culture that surrounds the Premier League and those involved in it. (S)

10.30

NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)

11PM
11.05

The North Water Sumner returns to Hull to demand money from Baxter. Last in the series. (S)

12.05

Inside Culture Why we are drawn to stories that take us ‘back to school’. (S)

12.35

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing Paul and Bob are on the River Severn in Worcestershire to fish for zander. Last in the series. (S) (R)

1.05

Sign Zone: Pandora Papers: Political Donors Exposed (S) (R)

1.35

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 Featuring a mix of celebrity chat, showbusiness news, lifestyle features, topical discussion, health and beauty advice and more. Including Local Weather. (S)

12.30

LOOSE WOMEN The women put the world to rights once more and invite a celebrity guest to chat about what they are up to. (S)

1.30

ITV LUNCHTIME NEWS (S); Weather (S)

1.55

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

2.00

JUDGE RINDER’S CRIME STORIES Robert Rinder examines the murders of police officers Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone in 2012, hearing about their fathers’ efforts to fundraise in their memories. (S) (R)

3.00

WINNING COMBINATION (S)

3.59

UTV WEATHER (S)

4.00

TIPPING POINT Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz. (S)

5.00

THE CHASE Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. (S)

6.00

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

6.30

ITV EVENING NEWS (S); Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

EMMERDALE Diane has regrets. An accident gives Rodney an opportunity. Bob feels pleased with himself.(S)

7.30

CORONATION STREET Alya and Zeedan fight back against Debbie. Kevin demands information from Tez. Summer offers to help Daniel with workshy Max. (S)

8PM
8.00

UTV LIFE An entertaining and eclectic mix of stories and studio guests. (S)

8.30

CORONATION STREET Zeedan’s father-in-law spells out exactly what he wants. James looks forward to a bright future. Kevin leaves Abi a heartfelt voicemail message.(S)

9PM
9.00

GRANTCHESTER When the leader of a student CND group, Rachel Bromilow, falls to her death from a college building while staging a daring protest, Will and Geordie discover her demise is not as accidental as it first appears. They must infiltrate the world of campus politics to find her killer. (S)

10PM
10.00

ITV NEWS AT TEN (S); Weather

10.30

UTV LIVE (S); Weather

10.45

FILM: ROCKY IV (1985) The Italian Stallion steps into the ring against a seemingly invincible Russian boxer who caused the death of his friend. Drama, starring Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren and Talia Shire. (S)

11PM
12.20

Sorry, I Didn’t Know Panel show with a twist, hosted by Jimmy Akingbola, with team captains Chizzy Akudolu and Judi Love and guests unveiling interesting Black history facts along the way. (S) (R)

12.45

Shop: Ideal World

3.00

FYI Extra

3.15

Rolling in It Stephen Mulhern hosts, featuring John Thomson, Vick Hope and Joe Swash.(S) (R)

4.05

Unwind With ITV

5.05

Winning Combination Quiz show. (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

Countdown (S) (R)

6.40

Cheers (S) (R)

7.05

Cheers (S) (R)

7.35

The King of Queens (S) (R)

8.00

The King of Queens (S) (R)

8.30

The King of Queens (S) (R)

9.00

Frasier (S) (R)

9.30

Frasier (S) (R)

10.00

Frasier (S) (R)

10.30

Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (S) (R)

11.25

Channel 4 News Summary (S)

11.30

Find It, Fix It, Flog It (S) (R)

12.30

Steph’s Packed Lunch (S)

2.10

Countdown (S)

3.00

A PLACE IN THE SUN (S) (R)

4.00

CHATEAU DIY (S)

5.00

FOUR IN A BED (S)

5.30

THE PERFECT PITCH For the final stop on their Pembrokeshire tour, the campers pitch up at Fishguard Bay Resort. (S)

6.00

THE SIMPSONS An overdose of spicy food causes Homer to experience hallucinations. (S) (R)

6.30

HOLLYOAKS Liberty tries to convince Damon to let go of his resentment towards Sienna. (S) (R)

7PM
7.00

CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)

7.30

UNREPORTED WORLD Ayshah Tull reports on the indigenous women going missing without a trace in the wilderness of the United States, in instances that often become cold cases. (S)

8PM
8.00

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF: AN EXTRA SLICE Jo Brand chews over recent events in the contest, joined by fans of the show Aisling Bea, Martin Kemp and Melvin Odoom. Plus, an interview with the week’s eliminated baker. (S)

9PM
9.00

GOGGLEBOX The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions and the lively discussions that are prompted by the week’s biggest and best shows. (S)

10PM
10.00

THE LAST LEG Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by celebrity guests for a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days. (S)

11PM
11.05

First Dates (S) (R)

12.10

Murder Island Amateur investigators compete to solve a dramatised murder. (S) (R)

1.05

FILM: Behind Enemy Lines (2001) Bosnian War drama, starring Gene Hackman. (S)

2.50

Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

3.15

Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

3.45

Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

4.15

Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

4.40

Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

5.10

Location, Location, Location (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom (S) (R)

6.10

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.15

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.20

Kid-E-Cats (S) (R)

6.30

Blue’s Clues & You (S) (R)

6.50

Fireman Sam (S) (R)

7.00

Thomas & Friends (S) (R)

7.10

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

7.25

Circle Square (S) (R)

7.35

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

7.45

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

8.00

Pip and Posy (S)

8.05

Milo (S) (R)

8.20

The Adventures of Paddington (S)

8.40

Ricky Zoom (S) (R)

8.55

Floogals (S) (R)

9.05

Sunny Bunnies (S) (R)

9.15

JEREMY VINE (S)

11.15

NIGHTMARE TENANTS, SLUM LANDLORDS (S) (R)

12.10

5 NEWS AT LUNCHTIME (S)

12.15

POLICE INTERCEPTORS (S) (R)

1.15

HOME AND AWAY (S)

1.45

NEIGHBOURS (S)

2.15

FILM: DEATH AND DECEIT: MARTHA’S VINEYARD MYSTERIES 2 (2020) Mystery, starring Jesse Metcalfe. (S)

4.00

BARGAIN-LOVING BRITS IN THE SUN West Midlander Vince rushes to get his new bar ready. (S) (R)

5.00

5 NEWS AT 5 (S)

5.30

NEIGHBOURS (S) (R)

6.00

HOME AND AWAY (S) (R)

6.30

EGGHEADS The Crabapples, a family team from St Albans, will try to defeat the Eggheads to win the rolling prize fund. Jeremy Vine hosts. (S)

7PM
7.00

THE THAMES WITH TONY ROBINSON The presenter starts his journey in Richmond upon Thames, at Hampton Court Palace, a 1,000-room residence which was King Henry VIII’s favourite. (S); 5 News Update (S)

8PM
8.00

THE COTSWOLDS WITH PAM AYRES The poet visits the Oxfordshire town of Burford for a look round Cotswold Wildlife Park, a place she has been visiting for decades. Last in the series. (S); 5 News Update (S)

9PM
9.00

SUSAN CALMAN’S GRAND DAY OUT ON THE NORFOLK BROADS New series. The comedian’s second run of excursions begins on the Norfolk Broads, where she is invited aboard a beautifully restored boat known as a wherry. Moving onto Cromer, Susan has come for the famous crab, but also discovers the local jig dolls. (S)

10PM
10.00

1984: THE 30 GREATEST HITS Suggs counts down the 30 biggest pop anthems from the year, while taking viewers on a nostalgic tour of the most important cultural events and movements in music and elsewhere. (S) (R)

11PM
1.00

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

3.00

Entertainment News on 5 (S)

3.10

Inside Extinction Rebellion: Martyrs or Maniacs? (S) (R)

4.00

British Made with John Prescott The politician visits factories producing Ribena blackcurrant squash and Tyrrells crisps. (S) (R)

4.45

Wildlife SOS (S) (R)

5.10

House Doctor (S) (R)

5.35

Fireman Sam (S) (R)

5.45

Paw Patrol Funfilled animated adventures. (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EURONEWS

6.15

TELESHOPPING

6.45

TELESHOPPING

7.15

TELESHOPPING

7.50

TODAY (S) (R)

9.50

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S)

10.45

DR PHIL (S) (R)

11.40

SHORTLAND STREET (S)

12.10

ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES (S) (R)

12.45

TELLY BINGO (S)

1.00

RTÉ NEWS: ONE O’CLOCK; Weather

1.30

HOME AND AWAY (S)

2.00

NEIGHBOURS (S) (R)

2.30

FAIR CITY Tommy faces the wrath of Sash when he admits his involvement with Ritchie. (S) (R)

3.00

EASTENDERS Dotty invites mum Sandy for a chat, despite Rocky’s concerns. (S) (R)

3.30

TODAY Daily magazine show.

5.40

NUACHT

6.00

THE ANGELUS (R)

6.01

RTÉ NEWS: SIX ONE; Weather

7PM
7.00

NATIONWIDE (S)

7.30

PEATAÍ! New series. Vet Ellen has her work cut out with a bold goat, Paula tries to get to the bottom of an Irish wolfhound behaviour and groomer Paul has some tips for a water-wary mini Jack Russell. (S)

8PM
8.00

EASTENDERS Dotty’s frustrations increase when mum Sandy comes under fire once more. (S)

8.30

CAT HOSPITAL Life at a Co Cork veterinary clinic that caters exclusively for cats. Last in the series. (S)

9PM
9.00

RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK; Weather

9.35

THE LATE LATE SHOW The world’s longest-running chat show, with music, celebrity chat, comedy, and audience participation on topical debates. (S)

11PM
11.45

Torvill & Dean One-off drama about the ice-dancing superstars, starring Will Tudor and Poppy Lee Friar. (S) (R)

1.35

Casualty Connie comes face to face with her attacker, Will goes above and beyond what is expected of him, and Ruby starts to feel uncomfortable when Dani keeps turning up out of the blue. (S) (R)

2.30

Telly Bingo (S) (R)

2.40

Nationwide (S) (R)

3.05

Dr Phil (S) (R)

3.50

Dr Phil (S) (R)

4.35

Doctors (S) (R)

5.00

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EuroNews

7.00

Storytime (S) (R)

7.05

Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)

7.10

Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)

7.20

Chuggington: Tales From The Rails (R)

7.30

news2day (S) (R)

7.40

Drop Dead Weird (S) (R)

8.10

Junior Bake Off (S)

8.40

We Bare Bears

8.50

Charlie and Lola (S) (R)

9.05

Katie Morag (S) (R)

9.20

Grace’s Amazing Machines (S) (R)

9.35

Go Jetters (S) (R)

9.45

Go Jetters (S) (R)

10.00

Everything’s Rosie (S) (R)

10.10

Everything’s Rosie (S) (R)

10.25

Wild Kratts (R)

10.45

Nelly & Nora (S) (R)

10.50

Nelly & Nora (S) (R)

11.00

Pablo (S) (R)

11.10

Pablo (S) (R)

11.25

Peppa Pig (R)

11.30

Peppa Pig (R)

11.35

Wild Kids (S) (R)

11.50

Thomas & Friends (R)

12.05

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (R)

12.30

Ben 10

12.40

Ben 10

12.55

Millie Inbetween (S) (R)

1.25

The Dumping Ground (S) (R)

2.00

Hardball (S) (R)

2.30

4 O’Clock Club (S) (R)

3.00

Junior Bake Off (S) (R)

3.35

Ballybraddan (S) (R)

3.50

Ace My Space (S) (R)

4.20

news2day (S)

4.30

THE SIMPSONS Lisa takes out a restraining order against Bart. (S) (R)

5.00

UEFA U21 EURO 2023 QUALIFIER Republic of Ireland v Luxembourg (Kick-off TBA). Coverage of the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Group F qualifier at Tallaght Stadium, Dublin. (S)

7PM
7.00

FRIDAY NIGHT SOCCER Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers (Kick-off 7.45pm). Live coverage of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division match at Oriel Park. The three previous fixtures to take place between these teams during the current campaign have seen the home team emerge triumphant each time, with Shamrock winning 2-1 and 3-1 r respectively when they were the hosts, and Dundalk claiming a 2-1 victory here in May. However, despite that setback last time they were at this venue, it looks to be only a matter of time before Rovers secure their second successive league title.

10PM
10.00

FILM: THE FUGITIVE (1993) A doctor is convicted of his wife’s murder and forced to go on the run to prove his innocence - but his efforts to find the mysterious one-armed man he believes is the real killer are hampered by a tenacious US marshal. Thriller, starring Harrison Ford, an Oscarwinning Tommy Lee Jones, Sela Ward, Julianne Moore and Joe Pantoliano. (S)

11PM
12.25

Live at the Apollo: Christmas Special Sara Pascoe introduces a special festive edition of the comedy show from London’s Hammersmith Apollo, featuring sets by Chris McCausland and Flo & Joan. Last in the series. (S) (R)

1.20

Other Voices Witha performance from the legendary contemporary folk musician Damian Dempsey, and critically lauded indie pop musician Ailbhe Reddy. (S) (R)

2.20

EuroNews The latest headlines.

6AM to 6:30PM
6.10

The Six O’Clock Show (S) (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

LOOSE WOMEN

4.00

GINO’S ITALIAN ESCAPE (R)

4.30

JUDGE JUDY

5.00

JUDGE JUDY

5.30

NEWS AT 5.30 (S)

6.00

THE SIX O’CLOCK SHOW (S)

7PM
7.00

EMMERDALE (S)

7.30

CORONATION STREET (S)

8PM
8.00

NEWS AT 8 (S)

8.30

CORONATION STREET (S)

9PM
9.00

ALAN CARR’S EPIC GAMESHOW – CELEBRITY SPECIAL (S)

10PM
10.00

FILM: SLEEPLESS (2017) A Las Vegas cop steals a shipment of cocaine from a casino boss, whose associates kidnap his son in retaliation. Action thriller, with Jamie Foxx.

11PM
11.55

GOGGLEBOX IRELAND (S) (R)

12.55

FILM: CRIMINAL INSTINCT: THE WANDERING SOUL MURDERS (2000) A policewoman-turnedreporter sets out to investigate when a body is found dumped in an alley. Crime drama, starring Wendy Crewson.

2.45

CLOSE

4.35

EGGHEADS (R)

5.20

THE TONIGHT SHOW

6AM to 6:30PM
7.00

Cúla 4

7.30

Cúla 4 na nÓg

10.30

Cruthaím (S) (R)

10.33

Cruthaím (S) (R)

10.40

Ainmhí 999 (R)

11.10

The Wonder Years (S)

11.40

The Golden Girls (S) (R)

12.10

A Chef’s Life (S) (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

5.25

GAA CÚL CAMPS Reality series exploring a virtual Cúl Camp at home. (R)

5.52

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH (R)

5.55

DOMHAN AN DÚLRA Examples of fathers who step up to the plate.

6.57

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

7PM
7.00

NUACHT TG4

7.20

RUGBAÍ BEO Ulster v Benetton (Kick-off 7.35pm). Coverage of the match in the third round of the United Rugby Championship, held at Kingspan Park

9PM
9.43

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

9.45

FILM: CATTLE ANNIE AND LITTLE BRITCHES (1980) Two ageing outlaws are on the verge of hanging up their guns when two teenage girls imbue their gang with a new lease of life. Western, starring Burt Lancaster. (S)

11PM
11.35

SÉ MO LAOCH The life and career of Séamus Fay, “the Cavan Lilter” from Drumconnick, Cavan Town, who was crowned all-Ireland lilting champion in 1959, 1960, 1961 and 1969. (R)

12.40

FILM: THE HANDMAID’S TALE (1990) In a Christian fundamentalist future America, a woman assigned as a breeding slave is determined to escape. Drama, with Natasha Richardson and Robert Duvall. (S)

2.40

FRANCE 24

5.30

FRANCE 24

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