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Today's TV Monday 21 November

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Today's TV Monday 21 November
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6.00
6.00

BREAKFAST (S)

9.15

MORNING LIVE With Kym Marsh and Gethin Jones. (S)

10.00

EXPERT WITNESS A fibre analyst helps convict the killer of grandmother Maureen Cosgrove. (S)

10.30

EXPERT WITNESS An expert witness uses soil analysis to find the body of a missing woman. (S)

11.00

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER In Newport, Wales. (S) (R)

11.30

BBC NEWS; Weather (S)

11.50

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

12.00

MOTD LIVE: FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 England v Iran (Kick-off 1.00pm). Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions begin their Group B campaign at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar. (S)

3.30

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY A globetrotting couple search for a base in the Wiltshire countryside. (S) (R)

4.30

THE REPAIR SHOP Jay Blades and the team restore a traditional Italian coffee grinder. (S) (R)

5.15

POINTLESS Quiz in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. (S) (R)

6.00

BBC NEWS AT SIX; Weather (S)

6.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

HOPE STREET Drama set in the fictional town of Port Devine on the Northern Ireland coast, focusing on Port Devine’s police department. (S)

7.45

NORTHERN IRISH LOVE STORIES Couples talk about their love stories and how dating has changed over the years, as well as reflecting on famous romantic scenes from TV and film over the years. (S)

8PM
8.00

EASTENDERS Mick and Janine have their first baby scan, while Lola has her first radiotherapy appointment and Harvey goes missing. (S)

8.30

MINI MATCHMAKERS New series. Dating show in which a team of kids tries to arrange perfect pairings between single adults. Their first clients are packed off to a dance-off and a circus school. (S)

9PM
9.00

THE PACT When a police investigation begins into Connor’s disappearance, Christine must pull off her most masterful show of lies yet - but a damning discovery threatens to expose everything. The Rees siblings come to blows when Jamie makes a rash decision. Meanwhile, Gethin and Samantha grow tired of their partners’ lies. (S)

10 PM
10.00

BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)

10.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

10.40

COST OF LIVING: CAN’T AFFORD MY HOME – PANORAMA Richard Bilton investigates what’s gone wrong with the UK’s housing market, from young workers who have given up on ever owning a home of their own, to families facing eviction. (S)

11PM
11.10

MOTD: FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights Gabby Logan hosts. (S)

11.55

The English (S) (R)

12.50

Have I Got News for You (S) (R)

1.20

MOTD: FIFA World Cup Replay 2022 (S)

3.00

Weather for the Week Ahead (S)

3.05

BBC News (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.30

Bargain Hunt: CiN Special (S) (R)

7.15

The Repair Shop (S) (R)

8.00

Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (S) (R)

9.00

BBC News (S)

10.00

BBC News (S)

11.30

Bargain Hunt (S) (R)

12.15

Politics Live (S)

1.00

Best House in Town (S) (R)

1.45

Eggheads (S) (R)

2.15

Lightning (S) (R)

2.45

Fish Town (S) (R)

3.15

THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE (S) (R)

4.15

NATURE’S PERFECT PARTNERS: NATURAL WORLD (S) (R)

5.15

FLOG IT! Paul Martin presents an edition from Bristol Cathedral. (S)

6.00

RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES Featuring Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Cariad Lloyd, Gareth Malone and Mike Wozniak. (S)

6.30

STRICTLY: IT TAKES TWO Rylan chats to the latest couple to be eliminated from the competition after the dance-off, plus more interviews and backstage gossip. (S)

7PM
7.00

IOLO’S ANGLESEY Iolo Williams heads out to sea to look for Risso’s dolphins, and dragonflies and beautiful rare plants on Anglesey’s fens. Last in the series. (S)

7.30

MASTERMIND Clive Myrie welcomes four more contestants, with specialist subjects of the life of Anne Lister, Dear Evan Hansen, Elizabeth I, and the feature films of David Lynch. (S)

8PM
8.00

ONLY CONNECT Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the opening second-round match as Jilly Cooper fans the Jillies take on Terry Pratchett enthusiasts the Morporkians for a place in the quarter-finals. (S)

8.30

UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE Newnham College, Cambridge taking on the Courtauld Institute of Art. (S)

9PM
9.00

HONG KONG’S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM Concluding part of the documentary telling the story of four young people who joined mass protests across the city in 2019 and felt increasingly disillusioned by the government’s response. They soon found themselves drawn into a cycle of violence that threatened to tear the city apart. (S)

10PM
10.00

SAOLTA’S GAOLTA Family members share stories of first kisses, falling in love, getting married and having children, as well as loved ones’ annoying habits that get on their nerves, with their anecdotes combined with photographs, home videos and archive footage from the time. In Irish. (S) (R)

10.30

NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)

11PM
11.15

FILM: Pawn Sacrifice (2014) Sporting drama, with Tobey Maguire and Liev Schreiber. (S)

1.00

Sign Zone: Countryfile (S) (R)

1.55

Sign Zone: Autumnwatch (S) (R)

3.10

Sign Zone: Unbreakable (S) (R)

4.10

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. (S)

12.30

LOOSE WOMEN Celebrity interviews and studio discussion from a female perspective. (S)

1.30

ITV LUNCHTIME NEWS (S); Weather (S)

1.55

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

2.00

DICKINSON’S REAL DEAL David Dickinson and the team head to Telford. (S) (R)

3.00

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Senegal v Netherlands (Kick-off 4.00pm). Laura Woods presents as Group A continues with this fixture at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, where the nations meet for the first time. (S

6.05

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 USA v Wales (Kick-off 7.00pm). Mark Pougatch hosts coverage of the Group B match at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, as the nations meet competitively for the first time. With commentary by Clive Tyldesley and John Hartson. (S)

9PM
9.15

I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! Ant and Dec present the celebrity survival challenge, looking back at the past 24 hours as the famous faces continue with life in the jungle, taking on trials and challenges in the hope of winning stars to feed the camp. (S)

10PM
10.30

ITV NEWS (S); Weather

11PM
11.05

UTV Live (S); Weather

11.20

View from Stormont (S)

12.25

Kate Garraway’s Life Stories (S) (R)

1.20

Shop: Ideal World

3.00

Exposure (S) (R)

3.50

Unwind with ITV (S)

5.05

The Cube (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.05

Countdown (S) (R)

6.45

Cheers (S) (R)

7.10

Cheers (S) (R)

7.35

Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)

8.00

Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)

8.30

Everybody Loves Raymond (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

Chateau DIY (S) (R)

12.30

Steph’s Packed Lunch (S)

2.10

Countdown Moira Stuart hosts. (S)

3.00

A PLACE IN THE SUN (S) (R)

4.00

SUN, SEA AND SELLING HOUSES In Spain. (S) (R)

5.00

FOUR IN A BED At The Bickford Arms in Holsworthy, Devon. (S) (R)

5.30

COME DINE WITH ME A week of dinner parties in Bristol begins with a vegan menu. (S) (R)

6.00

THE SIMPSONS Marge recovers by taking up kite boarding. (S)

6.30

HOLLYOAKS DeMarcus turns to Zain for some advice. (S) (R)

7PM
7.00

CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)

8PM
8.00

FOOD UNWRAPPED: COMFORT FOODS SPECIAL A special episode focusing on comfort food. Helen Lawal travels to Tanzania to discover the secrets behind vanilla ice cream, Kate Quilton discovers the surprising reason some of Britain’s best-loved biscuits are punctured with holes. Plus, Matt Tebbutt reveals what pork pie jelly is actually for. (S) (R)

9PM
9.00

FILM: DAVID BADDIEL: JEWS DON’T COUNT The author and comedian argues that antisemitism isn’t considered as unacceptable as other forms of discrimination, even by people who loudly and proudly support other minority groups. With contributions from David Schwimmer, Stephen Fry, Sarah Silverman and Jonathan Safran Foer.(S)

10PM
10.15

NIGHT COPPERS PC Jack is taken aback when early into the night shift two partygoers ask him if he can help them find their weed, while seasoned cops Matt and Emma reminisce about some of the worst insults they have received. But the night takes a darker turn when Jack is called to help a young woman who has been spiked in a nightclub. (S) (R)

11PM
11.15

Nine Perfect Strangers (S)

12.30

Taskmaster (S) (R)

1.25

The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (S) (R)

2.20

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

3.10

Couples Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

4.00

Grand Designs: House of the Year (S) (R)

4.55

Grand Designs (S) (R)

5.50

Kirstie’s Fill Your House for Free (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.05

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

6.10

Tales from the Zoo: Talking Animals (S)

6.15

Oggy Oggy (S) (R)

6.25

Blue’s Clues & You (S) (R)

6.45

Fireman Sam (S) (R)

7.00

Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go! (S) (R)

7.10

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

7.15

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

7.25

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

7.40

Milo (S) (R)

8.00

Pip and Posy (S) (R)

8.15

The Adventures of Paddington (S) (R)

8.30

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

8.45

Daisy & Ollie (S) (R)

8.55

Odo (S) (R)

9.00

Milkshake! Story Den (S)

9.10

Sunny Bunnies (S) (R)

9.15

JEREMY VINE (S)

12.30

BARGAIN-LOVING BRITS IN THE SUN (S) (R)

1.20

5 NEWS AT LUNCHTIME (S)

1.30

FILM: THE CHRISTMAS TEMP (2019) Premiere. Romantic comedy, starring Sara Canning. (S)

3.15

FILM: A CHRISTMAS FOR MARY (2020) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Morgan Dixon and Vivica A Fox. (S)

5.00

5 NEWS AT 5 (S)

6.00

WINTER ROAD RESCUE Documentary following snowplough teams and RAC patrols. (S) (R)

6.30

EGGHEADS Quiz show, presented by Jeremy Vine. (S)

6.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

7PM
7.00

INSIDE TESCO: 24/7 Documentary charting the story of Britain’s biggest retailer, from its origins on a market stall to the supermarket giant it has become today. The series also goes behind the scenes in some of Tesco’s 3,627 stores as the company opens its doors to TV cameras for the first time in two decades. (S) (R)

7.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

8PM
8.00

POUNDLAND: HOW DO THEY REALLY DO IT? Behind the scenes of the chain of retail stores, looking at how its warehouses operate, putting core products to the test and uncovering the secrets of its highest-selling products. (S); 5 News Update (S)

9PM
9.00

MOTORWAY COPS: CATCHING BRITAIN’S SPEEDERS PC Andy Doran chases thieves on the run from a shop robbery in Ellesmere Port. When the suspect vehicle is finally spotted 70 miles from the crime scene on the M6, Andy and two other patrols must be quick to stop the criminals before they get away. (S)

10PM
10.00

CASUALTY 24/7: EVERY SECOND COUNTS It is Hannah’s first day in her new role of matron, but the department is completely full, there’s no movement and patients just keep on arriving. (S)

11PM
11.05

999: Criminals Caught on Camera (S) (R)

12.05

Police Interceptors (S) (R)

1.00

Live NFL: Monday Night Football Arizona Cardinals goes head to head with San Francisco 49ers (Kick-off 1.15pm). (S)

4.30

Entertainment News on 5 (S)

4.40

House Doctor (S) (R)

5.05

House Doctor (S) (R)

5.35

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

5.40

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

5.50

Pip and Posy (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EURONEWS

6.55

TELESHOPPING

7.30

TELESHOPPING

8.05

TODAY (S)

10.05

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW (S) (R); Weather

11.00

DR PHIL (S); Weather

11.55

IARNRÓD ENDA (S) (R)

12.25

DOCTORS Jimmi tries to help a difficult patient understand a recurring nightmare. (S)

1.00

RTÉ NEWS: ONE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

1.30

SHORTLAND STREET (S)

2.00

THE STYLE COUNSELLORS (S) (R)

2.30

FAIR CITY (S) (R)

3.00

FAIR CITY Zak tells Tommy he wants to go into business with him. (S) (R)

3.30

TODAY Daily magazine show. (S) (R)

5.40

NUACHT

5.55

RTÉ NEWS WITH SIGNING (S)

6.00

THE ANGELUS (R)

6.01

RTÉ NEWS: SIX ONE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

NATIONWIDE

7.30

EASTENDERS Linda is left to cope alone on a busy day at the Vic, unaware Mick and Janine are at hospital for their baby scan. Lola has her first radiotherapy appointment. Rocky is excited about the football but when Harvey fails to show up to their pre-match drinks, he drags Mitch to look for him. (S)

8PM
8.00

HOME GROWN Kitty Scully heads to Enrich in Kilcock in Co Meath where she sees how valuable compost is made from waste products. (S)

8.30

10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT The team investigates the world of sport science, meeting researchers seeking to help athletes maximise their performance while minimising the risk of injury. (S)

9PM
9.00

RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

9.35

SAIPAN – REBEL WITHOUT A BALL Featuring a look at the effect of Roy Keane’s departure from the 2002 World Cup in Japan, examining how Ireland’s tournament might have gone if he had not walked out on Mick McCarthy’s team. (S)

10PM
10.35

MONDAY NIGHT LIVE Four panellists join a presenter to discuss a major issue having an impact on people’s lives across the country, with additional contributions from invited guests. (S)

11PM
11.35

Growing Up in Direct Provision (S) (R)

12.35

The Late Late Show (S) (R)

2.35

Nationwide (R)

3.05

Doctors (S) (R)

3.35

Dr Phil (S) (R)

3.55

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EuroNews

8.00

Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)

8.10

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (R)

8.35

Horrible Histories: Magna Carta Special (S) (R)

9.10

A PERFECT PLANET Documentary revealing how the forces of nature shape and support the Earth. (S) (R)

10.20

FILM: VON RYAN’S EXPRESS (1965) An American colonel plans to lead a daring mass escape from a PoW camp by hijacking a freight train. Adventure, starring Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard. (S)

12.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE England v Iran (Kick-off 1.00pm). All the action from the opening Group B match, held at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar. (S)

3.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Senegal v Netherlands (Kick-off 4.00pm). Group A continues in Qatar with this fixture at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, as the nations meet for the first time in their history. (S)

6.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE USA v Wales (Kick-off 7.00pm). Coverage of the Group B match at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar. With analysis from Richie Sadlier and commentary by Ray Houghton and Darragh Maloney. (S)

9PM
9.30

FIRST DATES IRELAND Dee, a 61-year-old GP from Westmeath, is set up on a date with fellow healthcare worker James, who is 64 and from Mayo. Meanwhile, 27-yearold Chris from Dublin meets 26-yearold Aine from Limerick, and adventurous Lisa from Dublin is set up with silver fox Aidan, who is also from Dublin. (S) (R)

10PM
10.30

THE YOUNG OFFENDERS There’s a commotion in the housing estate, and Conor and Jock discover can-trailers - tearaways from other estates with open paint cans tied around bikes intent on destroying the rival estate. The lads stop their rivals, but the encounter leads to an argument and Jock is challenged to a boxing match - which he reluctantly agrees to.(S) (R)

11PM
11.10

FIFA World Cup Highlights (S)

12.10

Shortscreen (S)

12.25

Friday Night Dinner (S)

12.55

Blue Bloods (S) (R)

1.50

Prodigal Son (S) (R)

2.40

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.15

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

4.30

JUDGE JUDY

5.00

JUDGE JUDY

5.30

NEWS AT 5.30 (S)

6.05

THE SIX O’CLOCK SHOW (S)

7PM
7.00

NEWS AT 7 (S)

7.30

EMMERDALE FAMILY TREE: THE DINGLES, OLDER AND WISER (S) (R)

8PM
8.00

CELEBRITY CATCHPHRASE Featuring Ellie Simmonds, Fay Ripley and Jimmy Carr. (S) (R)

8.45

DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER Archive news stories focusing this week on 2008. (S) (R)

9PM
9.15

I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! Ant and Dec present the celebrity survival challenge.

10PM
10.30

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S)

11PM
11.30

YORKSHIRE RIPPER: THE SECRET MURDERS (R)

12.30

THE HOTEL INSPECTOR (R)

1.30

THE RESTAURANT (S) (R)

3.00

SHETLAND (S) (R)

4.00

CLOSE

5.25

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
7.00

Cúla 4

11.10

The Wonder Years (S) (R)

11.40

The Golden Girls (S) (R)

12.10

A Chef’s Life (S) (R)

12.40

Garraí Glas (R)

1.10

Hart to Hart Detective drama. (S) (R)

2.05

Shark Tank (S)

3.00

Cúla 4

5.28

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

5.30

IRISH PAINT MAGIC (R)

6.00

THE GOLDEN GIRLS Sophia tries to help an unhappy friend who is contemplating suicide. (S) (R)

6.30

THE WONDER YEARS Kevin tries to get Winnie back, but fails to take account of her new boyfriend Roger. Starring Fred Savage. (S) (R)

6.57

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

7PM
7.00

NUACHT TG4

7.30

ÁR GCLUB A year in the life of four GAA clubs as the players fight for honours and survival in the 2018 season. (R)

8PM
8.00

GAA GAA Club Championship highlights from around the country.

9PM
9.00

GLÓR TÍRE: ROGHA & TOGHA John McNicholl gives a lively performance on stage and is joined by Derry’s Colleen Gormley. (R)

9.30

FILM: SICARIO (2015) Premiere. An FBI agent is recruited to join an elite government task force based on the border between the US and Mexico, charged with preventing drugs being smuggled into the country. Crime drama, starring Emily Blunt. (S)

11PM
11.37

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

11.40

IMEALL Arts strand.

12.10

BORGEN (R)

1.20

SHARK TANK (S) (R)

2.15

FRANCE 24

5.30

FRANCE 24

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