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Today's TV thursday 24 November

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Today's TV thursday 24 November
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6.00
6.00

BREAKFAST (S)

9.15

MORNING LIVE (S)

10.00

EXPERT WITNESS (S)

10.30

DOM DOES AMERICA (S) (R)

11.15

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER (S)

12.00

BBC NEWS AT ONE; Weather (S)

12.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

12.45

MOTD LIVE: FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Uruguay v South Korea (Kick-off 1.00pm). Group H gets under way at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, as the sides meet in a World Cup finals for the third time. (S)

3.15

DOCTORS The pressure increases on Scarlett, while Daniel has to meet Izzie’s new boyfriend. (S)

3.45

GARDEN RESCUE Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers create a sensory garden in Luton. (S) (R)

4.15

THE BIDDING ROOM (S) (R)

4.45

POINTLESS Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. (S) (R)

5.30

BBC NEWS; Weather (S)

6.00

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

6.30

MOTD LIVE: FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Brazil v Serbia (Kick-off 7.00pm). Coverage of both teams’ opening fixture in Group G, which takes place at Lusail Stadium in Qatar. With commentary by Guy Mowbray and Martin Keown. (S)

9PM
9.10

MASTERCHEF: THE PROFESSIONALS Marcus Wareing task the first two chefs to prep a pigeon, cook it on the crown, and serve the breasts with a pigeon and Madeira sauce. The final two contestants face a challenge set by Anna Haugh, who asks them to make a filo pastry mille feuille with layers of tropical fruit and piped coconut. (S)

10 PM
10.10

BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)

10.40

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

10.50

THE VIEW Mark Carruthers presents a review of the week’s political news, including reports on the latest events at Stormont and Westminster. Plus, comment and analysis with studio guests. (S)

11PM
11.30

Question Time (S)

12.30

Newscast Political chat. (S)

1.00

Late Night Football Club (S)

1.50

MOTD: FIFA World Cup Replay 2022 (S)

3.15

Weather for the Week Ahead (S)

3.20

BBC News (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.30

Bargain Hunt Football Special (S) (R)

7.15

Escape to the Country (S) (R)

8.00

Sign Zone: Iolo: A Wild Life (S) (R)

8.30

Sign Zone: Between the Covers (S) (R)

9.00

BBC News (S)

10.00

BBC News (S)

12.00

Bargain Hunt (S) (R)

12.45

Politics Live (S)

1.30

Best House in Town (S) (R)

2.15

Lightning (S) (R)

2.45

Lightning Quiz,hosted by Zoe Lyons. (S) (R)

3.15

THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE (S) (R)

4.15

KATE HUMBLE – INTO THE VOLCANO (S) (R)

5.15

FLOG IT! Paul Martin meets the men of Chatham Dockyard, who kept the Royal Navy afloat. (S) (R)

6.00

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

6.30

STRICTLY: IT TAKES TWO Fanzine devoted to the ballroom dancing show. Hosted by Janette Manrara. (S)

7PM
7.00

THE ONE SHOW Alex Jones and Ronan Keating host the live magazine show featuring a mixture of celebrity chat and stories of interest. (S)

7.30

EASTENDERS Lola tries to cheer Lexi up by taking her out for the day, but she cannot help but worry that her daughter is angry with her - and things only get worse when Janine criticises her parenting skills. (S)

8PM
8.00

THE SECRET GENIUS OF MODERN LIFE Hannah Fry delves into the inner workings of virtual assistants, which are now found in almost half of all UK homes. She goes behind the scenes with Alexa’s chief scientist, reveals how secret technology invented to hunt U-boats led to their targeted hearing, and discovers modern wi-fi’s debt to a 1940s Hollywood star. (S)

9PM
9.00

THE ENGLISH In Powder River, Wyoming, Sheriff Marshall investigates the mysterious murder/suicide an ex-cavalry soldier and his homesteader wife. With Emily Blunt. (S)

9.55

SUZIE LEE: HOME COOK HERO The winner of the BBC’s Best Home Cook contest shows how to prepare and present showstopping raspberry and white chocolate choux buns. (S) (R)

10PM
10.00

THE ULSTER RUGBY SHOW Gavin Andrews presents a light-hearted look at the news, results and talking points around Ulster’s latest matches in the United Rugby Championship. (S)

10.30

NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)

11PM
11.15

FILM: Ready Player One (2018) Scifi adventure, starring Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke. (S)

1.20

Sign Zone: Autumnwatch (S) (R)

2.20

Sign Zone: Strictly Come Dancing: Blackpool Special (S) (R)

3.50

Sign Zone: Strictly Come Dancing: The Results (S) (R)

4.30

This Is BBC Two (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

GOOD MORNING BRITAIN (S)

9.00

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Switzerland v Cameroon (Kick-off 10.00am). Laura Woods presents live coverage of the opening fixture in Group G, which takes place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar. (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); Weather (S)

2.00

DICKINSON’S REAL DEAL David Dickinson and the team are in Oldham, where Simon Schneider is squeezed to splash the cash for some stunning candle sticks. (S) (R)

3.00

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Portugal v Ghana (Kick-off 4.00pm). The Group H rivals begin their campaigns at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, in only their second competitive meeting at senior level. Mark Pougatch presents, with analysis by Roy Keane, Graeme Souness and Joe Cole, and commentary by Jon Champion and Ally McCoist. (S)

6.15

UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)

6.30

ITV EVENING NEWS (S); Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

EMMERDALE Mackenzie has a choice to make, while David dreads telling Victoria the truth. Meanwhile, Priya’s heart goes out to Leyla. (S)

8PM
8.00

CORONATION STREET Hope steals a hammer to take into school, Leanne attempts to put off Debbie’s buyer, and Ken is stunned to see his ex, Martha (Stephanie Beacham). (S)

9PM
9.00

I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! Ant and Dec present further coverage from week three of the Australian challenges, with highlights from the past 24 hours assessed. Just who will face the latest round of Bush Tucker Trials, and will any of the contestants decide to say they want to quit? (S)

10PM
10.30

ITV NEWS (S); Weather

11PM
11.00

UTV Live (S); Weather

11.15

Keepers of the Lough (S) (R)

11.45

FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights (S)

12.50

Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport (S) (R)

1.20

Shop: Ideal World

3.00

Game of Talents (S) (R)

3.55

Unwind with ITV (S)

5.05

1979 FA Cup Final – Arsenal v Man Utd – ITV Football Classics (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 Christopher Biggins is in Dictionary Corner. (S)

3.00

A PLACE IN THE SUN (S) (R)

4.00

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

5.00

FOUR IN A BED (S) (R)

5.30

COME DINE WITH ME Banking assistant Shumin serves an authentic vegan Bangladeshi banquet. (S) (R)

6.00

THE SIMPSONS Lisa joins the Capitol City Philharmonic youth orchestra. (S)

6.30

HOLLYOAKS Charlie battles with doing the right thing and his need for self-preservation. (S) (R)

7PM
7.00

CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)

8PM
8.00

ALDI’S NEXT BIG THING Julie Ashfield is looking for her chain’s next big thing in the ‘treat’ category. Among the wild and the wacky produce, are some hand-made chocolates that will definitely tug at the heartstrings, beer-filled Yorkshire puddings and a bar of chocolate packed with crisps vying for a coveted place on the shelves. Last in the series. (S)

9PM
9.00

TASKMASTER With Dara Ó Briain holding a very slender lead in the race to claim television’s most prestigious prize, this penultimate episode finds John Kearns blunting the business end of a sausage, Fern Brady struggling with a raspberry and Munya Chawawa unwittingly forcing Sarah Millican into finding a novel use for a ping-pong ball. (S)

10PM
10.00

THE HORNE SECTION TV SHOW Alex and the band get the green light for a full series but they still need to win over the audience after an overwhelming backlash on Twitter. (S)

10.30

THE HORNE SECTION TV SHOW The band are about to go on air with rapper and cook Big Zuu, only for Alex to be thrown by unexpected news. (S)

11PM
11.05

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (S) (R)

12.05

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

12.55

You Won’t Believe This (S) (R)

1.50

24 Hours in A&E (S) (R)

2.45

Made in the 80s: The Decade That Shaped Our World (S) (R)

3.40

Random Acts: Whose Voice Is It Anyway? (S) (R)

3.50

Random Acts (Un)fit to Work (S) (R)

3.55

Couples Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

4.45

Devon and Cornwall (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)

6.55

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)

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 PACT (2018) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Kyla Pratt. (S)

3.15

FILM: HOT CHOCOLATE CHRISTMAS (2020) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Aubrey Reynolds. (S)

5.00

5 NEWS AT 5 (S)

6.00

EGGHEADS OQ Elite take on the regulars. (S) (R)

6.30

EGGHEADS The Chicklets hope they have what it takes to defeat the regulars, while Jeremy Vine asks the questions. (S) (R)

6.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

7PM
7.00

BRITAIN’S POSHEST FARM SHOP Part two of two. This episode celebrates our enduring love of the Great British Farm shop and visits four of the most outstanding examples. In Sussex, we’re introduced to the farm shop on the famous Cowdray Estate - internationally recognised as the British home of polo. (S) (R)

7.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

8PM
8.00

INSIDE THE TOWER OF LONDON Cameras focus on the events of June 2022, the start of the Platinum Jubilee weekend and the celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne. In the Tower’s gift shop, sales assistant and royal superfan Allen Jones has been doing a roaring trade in Jubilee memorabilia. (S); 5 News Update (S)

9PM
9.00

BRIAN COX: HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVE Part two of two. The actor continues to explore society’s complicated relationship with money and wealth, this time turning the lens onto his adopted country of America. He wants to find out whether the American Dream - that anyone can make it big if they work hard enough - is a myth or a reality. (S)

10PM
10.00

THE LIE: MURDER IN SUBURBIAS Part one of two. The dramatic twists and turns of the investigation into Rachel O’Reilly’s murder in 2004, and the devastating impact it had on her loved ones. The opening episode looks closely at the start of the investigation and how, as it progressed, Rachel’s husband Joe become the focus of the police’s investigation. (S) (R)

11PM
11.55

Crimes That Shook Britain (S) (R)

12.50

Entertainment News on 5 Showbiz news and gossip. (S)

1.00

The LeoVegas Live Casino Show (S)

3.00

Eggheads (S) (R)

3.25

Eggheads (S) (R)

3.50

Inside Tesco: 24/7 (S) (R)

4.40

Railways That Built Britain (S) (R)

5.30

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

5.35

Peppa Pig (S) (R)

5.40

Fireman Sam (S) (R)

5.50

Pip and Posy (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EURONEWS

7.05

TELESHOPPING

7.40

TELESHOPPING

8.15

TODAY Weather

10.20

THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW With Robin Roberts. (S) (R)

11.10

DOCTORS (S); Weather

11.50

LEADERS’ QUESTIONS (S)

12.45

TELLY BINGO (S)

1.00

RTÉ NEWS: ONE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

1.30

SHORTLAND STREET Long-running hospital drama set in an accident and emergency ward. (S)

2.00

FUTURE ISLAND A look at new treatments for leukaemia. (R)

3.00

EASTENDERS Eve is determined to help Suki. (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

EAR TO THE GROUND Magazine show for farmers and rural residents, focusing on the ever-changing nature of country life and landscape. (S)

7.30

EASTENDERS Lola tries to cheer Lexi up by taking her out for the day, but she cannot help but worry that her daughter is angry with her - and things only get worse when Janine criticises her parenting skills. (S)

8PM
8.00

DESIGNED FOR LIFE Arlene McIntyre works with different sized homes, beginning by coming to the aid of the Smyth family in Clontarf. (S) (R)

8.30

FAIR CITY Maria feels increasingly trapped as Zak shows his ruthless side, while Zoe is buoyed by Joan’s praise and encouragement. Meanwhile, Mondo lashes out at everyone around him. (S)

9PM
9.00

RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)

9.35

PRIME TIME In-depth analysis of current affairs and topical reports, presented by Miriam O’Callaghan and Fran McNulty. (S)

10PM
10.15

BAZ AND NANCY’S LAST ORDERS Baz and Nancy Ashmawy examine the subject of death, taking a sideways glance at the morbid, but also strangely uplifting, business of editing life’s final chapter. (S) (R)

11PM
11.15

The Works Presents (S)

11.50

The Man Who Saw Too Much (S)

12.55

The Split (S) (R)

2.00

Prime Time (S) (R)

2.40

Telly Bingo (S) (R)

2.50

Doctors (S) (R)

3.20

Dr Phil (S)

4.00

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EuroNews

8.00

news2day (S)

8.10

Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)

8.20

A PERFECT PLANET David Attenborough narrates a look at how the oceans connect to form the Earth’s largest ecosystem, and how its network of currents supports the seas and marine wildlife. (S) (R)

9.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Switzerland goes head to head with Cameroon (Kick-off 10.00am). Coverage of the opening fixture in Group G, which takes place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar. (S)

12.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Uruguay v South Korea (Kick-off 1.00pm). Group H gets under way at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, as the sides meet in a World Cup finals for the third time. (S)

3.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Portugal v Ghana (Kick-off 4.00pm). The Group H rivals begin their campaigns at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, in only their second competitive meeting at senior level. (S)

6.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Brazil v Serbia (Kick-off 7.00pm). Coverage of both teams’ opening fixture in Group G, which takes place at Lusail Stadium in Qatar. (S)

9PM
9.30

THE LOVE EXPERIMENT A brand-new dating show based around a social experiment designed by psychologist, Dr Arthur Aron in the 1990s. Throughout the series, strangers are paired together to ask each other a series of questions that scientific studies suggest can lead to falling in love. (S)

10PM
10.00

DERRY GIRLS As Christmas approaches, excitement in Derry is at fever pitch for President Bill Clinton’s visit, while Granda Joe embarks on a mysterious plan of his own. (S) (R)

10.30

THE YOUNG OFFENDERS A wild bus ride, accidentally instigated by local bully Billy Murphy, brings Conor, Jock and the girls closer together. (S) (R)

11PM
11.10

FIFA World Cup Highlights (S)

12.10

The Outlaws (S) (R)

1.20

Our Miracle Years (S) (R)

2.20

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.15

The Six O’Clock Show (S) (R)

7.00

Ireland AM (S)

10.00

FILM: THE RAILWAY CHILDREN (2000) Family drama, starring Jenny Agutter and Richard Attenborough.

12.00

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs (S) (R)

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

DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER (S) (R)

4.30

JUDGE JUDY

5.00

JUDGE JUDY

5.30

NEWS AT 5.30 (S)

6.05

THE SIX O’CLOCK SHOW (S)

7PM
7.01

EMMERDALE Mackenzie has a choice to make. (S)

7.30

EMMERDALE David dreads telling Victoria the truth. (S)

8PM
8.00

CORONATION STREET Hope steals a hammer to take into school. (S)

8.30

CORONATION STREET Leanne attempts to put off Debbie’s buyer. (S)

9PM
9.00

I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! Further coverage from week three of the Australian challenges.

10PM
10.30

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S)

11PM
11.30

TOO CLOSE (S) (R)

12.35

THE HOTEL INSPECTOR (S) (R)

1.35

CLOSE

5.25

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S) (R)

6AM to 6:30PM
7.00

Cúla 4

11.10

The Wonder Years American comedy. (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 (S) (R)

2.05

Shark Tank (S)

3.00

Cúla 4

5.27

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

5.30

MNÁ NA TALÚN (R)

6.00

THE GOLDEN GIRLS Dorothy’s son makes an appearance. (S) (R)

6.30

THE WONDER YEARS Kevin is appalled by the fate that awaits the family dog at the vet. (S) (R)

6.57

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

7PM
7.00

NUACHT TG4

7.30

SEAL LE DÁITHÍ With Paula Melvin, President of Conradh na Gaeilg.

8PM
8.00

NA CEITHRE RÁITHE SNA DÉISE New series. A year-long visit to the Déise as the seasons change among the Gaeltacht people in the area.

8.30

ROS NA RÚN Micheál and Laoise concoct a plan to get Réailtín back to school, and Rory discovers that Malachaí destroyed Sadie’s painting.

9PM
9.00

GLÓR TÍRE: ROGHA & TOGHA With Mike Denvir. Last in the series. (R)

9.30

HECTOR: BALKANS GO BALTICS Hector Ó hEochagáin visits Poland.

10PM
10.30

FÍORSCÉAL A man returns to the scene of an accident in which he was involved.

11PM
11.32

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH National and international weather.

11.35

ROS NA RÚN Sonny and Crystal are anxious about one of their investors visiting the site. (R)

12.05

SHARK TANK (S) (R)

12.55

DÁIL ÉIREANN

1.20

FRANCE 24

5.30

FRANCE 24

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