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Today's TV Monday 28 November
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6.00
6.00

BREAKFAST (S)

9.15

MORNING LIVE Magazine show. (S)

10.00

EXPERT WITNESS (S)

10.30

CLAIMED AND SHAMED Insurers combine forces to catch a serial fraudster. (S) (R)

11.15

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER Properties in east London, Nottinghamshire and Kent. (S) (R)

12.00

BBC NEWS; Weather (S)

12.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

12.45

MOTD LIVE: FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 South Korea v Ghana (Kick-off 1.00pm). Group H continues with this fixture at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, and a first World Cup meeting between the two. (S)

3.15

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Alistair Appleton helps a couple find a new home in the High Weald. (S) (R)

3.45

THE BIDDING ROOM Items include puppets from children’s TV show Rainbow. (S) (R)

4.30

THE REPAIR SHOP Jayesh Vaghela tackles a hat worn by a PoW who worked on the Death Railway in the Second World War. (S) (R)

5.15

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

6.00

BBC NEWS AT SIX; Weather (S)

6.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

7PM
7.00

HOPE STREET When a car is pulled from Port Devine Harbour, the whole town searches for a missing taxi driver whose daughter claims she was about to start a new life in England. (S)

7.45

NORTHERN IRISH HOLIDAYS Families and friends share their most treasured holiday memories through the decades using photos and personal film. (S)

8PM
8.00

EASTENDERS Janine shows her true colours as she frets over Mick and Linda. Freddie hatches a plan to help Harvey. Kat is less than impressed by Alfie’s latest confession. (S)

8.30

EASTENDERS Shirley sees straight through Janine’s lies. Meanwhile, Rocky is faced with a difficult decision. Elsewhere, Nish questions Suki’s behaviour around Eve. (S)

9PM
9.00

MASTERCHEF: THE PROFESSIONALS The 10 remaining chefs go through to the semi-finals, cooking off against each other for the first time. The chefs must create a showstopping dish based around their favourite Food Memory in just one hour and 20 minutes. Five of the chefs must then face an Invention Test to win their place in next round. (S)

10 PM
10.00

BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)

10.30

BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)

10.40

THE PACT Will is the prime suspect of the police investigation. A spiralling Christine is determined to clear his name, but as she grapples with the truth of Kayla’s connection to her family, she is forced to reveal a shocking truth to the children. Last in the series. (S)

11PM
11.40

MOTD: FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights Mark Chapman presents action from Cameroon v Serbia and Brazil v Switzerland in Group G, and South Korea v Ghana and Portugal v Uruguay in Group H. (S)

12.30

Barra on the Foyle (S) (R)

12.45

Late Night Football Club (S)

1.30

MOTD: FIFA World Cup Replay 2022 Brazil v Switzerland. (S)

3.10

Weather for the Week Ahead (S)

3.15

BBC News (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.15

Homes Under the Hammer (S) (R)

7.15

Bargain Hunt (S) (R)

8.00

Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (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

The A to Z of TV Cooking (S) (R)

1.45

Eggheads (S) (R)

2.15

Eggheads (S) (R)

2.45

Fish Town (S) (R)

3.15

THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE (S) (R)

4.15

LOCOMOTION: DAN SNOW’S HISTORY OF RAILWAYS (S) (R)

5.15

FLOG IT! (S)

6.00

RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES Previous winners Stephen Bailey, Charlie Brooks, Ria Lina and John Thomson test their general knowledge skills in a variety of games across the week. (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. (S)

7PM
7.00

MOTD: FA CUP 3RD ROUND DRAW The teams who progressed from round two discover whether they have earned a plum tie against Premier League opposition. (S)

7.30

MASTERMIND Clive Myrie welcomes four more contestants, with specialist subjects of Michael Palin’s travel documentaries, Lady Gaga, Emily Dickinson, and BBC comedy Mum. (S)

8PM
8.00

ONLY CONNECT Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts another second-round match as Mothers Ruined take on the Cryptics for a place in the quarter-finals of the quiz. (S)

8.30

UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE The final first-round match of the quiz sees Robert Gordon University taking on the University of Roehampton, with Jeremy Paxman asking the questions. (S)

9PM
9.00

TRAILBLAZERS: A ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROAD TRIP New series. Ruby Wax, Mel B and Emily Atack come together to retrace the footsteps of intrepid Victorian explorer Isabella Bird, who crossed the lawless American Wild West alon. Ruby, Mel and Emily examine the people, places, and curious customs of an ever-changing America (S)

10PM
10.00

SAOLTA’S GAOLTA Family members share stories of pregnancy and raising children, with their anecdotes combined with photographs and archive footage from the time. In Irish. Last in the series. (S) (R)

10.30

NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)

11PM
11.15

FILM: Mogul Mowgli (2020) Premiere. A British-Pakistani rapper is on the verge of his first world tour, but is struck down by an illness. Drama, starring Riz Ahmed. (S)

12.45

Wild on Water – Strangford Seals (S) (R)

12.50

Simon Schama’s History of Now (S) (R)

1.50

Sign Zone: Countryfile (S) (R)

2.35

Sign Zone: The Secret Genius of Modern Life (S) (R)

3.35

This Is BBC Two (S)

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

GOOD MORNING BRITAIN (S)

9.00

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Cameroon v Serbia (Kick-off 10.00am). Coverage of the Group G encounter, which takes place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar. These nations have only ever met once before, with Serbia winning 4-3 in a friendly prior to the 2010 World Cup. (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); Weather (S)

2.00

DICKINSON’S REAL DEAL David Dickinson and his dealers land at Aerospace Bristol and set up the den beneath the wings of Concorde. (S) (R)

3.00

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Brazil v Switzerland (Kick-off 4.00pm). Laura Woods presents coverage of the second Group G fixture for both sides, which comes from Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar. (S)

6.10

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022 Portugal v Uruguay (Kick-off 7.00pm). Lusail Stadium in Qatar is the venue for this Group H match, as the nations meet for the second World Cup in a row. Mark Pougatch presents. (S)

9PM
9.15

CORONATION STREET Nick contemplates using Sam’s inheritance to fund the bistro’s repairs, Stephen is excited about a job interview, and a devastated Summer suffers a miscarriage. (S)

10PM
10.15

ITV NEWS (S); Weather

10.45

UTV LIVE (S); Weather

11PM
11.05

View from Stormont Paul Clark and the team have the latest on political developments in Belfast, London and Dublin. (S)

12.00

DNA Journey Eight celebrities explore their family histories using DNA technology and genealogy, beginning with Freddie Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp. (S) (R)

1.15

Shop: Ideal World

3.00

Cooking with the Stars (S) (R)

3.50

Unwind with ITV (S)

5.00

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 Colin Murray and Rachel Riley host. (S)

3.00

A PLACE IN THE SUN (S) (R)

4.00

SUN, SEA AND SELLING HOUSES (S) (R)

5.00

FOUR IN A BED (S) (R)

5.30

COME DINE WITH ME (S) (R)

6.00

THE SIMPSONS The family goes on holiday to Niagara Falls. (S)

6.30

HOLLYOAKS A fight ensues when Nancy makes a bold claim about Olivia’s credentials. Tony’s statue for the village has finally arrived, but he is in for a shock when he sees it. (S) (R)

7PM
7.00

CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)

8PM
8.00

SECRETS OF THE MIDDLE AISLE Part one of two. How supermarkets Lidl and Aldi have created shopping destinations in their middle aisles, luring in customers with eclectic products they never realised they needed. Denise Van Outen uncovers the clever psychological strategies behind the seemingly disorganised middle aisles. (S)

9PM
9.00

24 HOURS IN POLICE CUSTODY New series. Perplexing cases from the files of Bedfordshire Police.When a couple were woken by what sounded like a break-in at their rural property, the husband set out in pursuit of what he perceived were burglars on motorbikes. Minutes later, police received a call reporting a devastating collision. (S)

10PM
10.00

SECRETS OF PLAYBOY Documentary exploring the hidden truths behind the men’s lifestyle brand and the complex world created by its founder, Hugh Hefner. He claimed that he created Playboy to set off a sexual revolution that would liberate men and women alike, but instead he used it to manipulate and exploit women and silence whistle-blowers. (S)

11PM
11.00

Moors Murders: The Witness Analysis of prison letters from Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. (S) (R)

12.00

The First 48 (S)

12.55

Taskmaster (S) (R)

1.45

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

2.35

Nine Perfect Strangers (S) (R)

3.40

Couples Come Dine with Me (S) (R)

4.30

Devon and Cornwall (S) (R)

5.25

Drawers Off: The Big Naked Painting Challenge (S) (R)

5.50

Kirstie’s House of Craft (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) (R)

8.30

Paw Patrol (S) (R)

8.45

Daisy & Ollie (S)

8.55

Odo (S) (R)

9.05

Milkshake! Story Den The Pet Potato. (S)

9.10

Sunny Bunnies (S) (R)

9.15

JEREMY VINE (S)

12.30

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

1.25

5 NEWS AT LUNCHTIME (S)

1.30

FILM: THE CHRISTMAS RADIO (2019) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Keshia Knight Pulliam. (S)

3.15

FILM: CHRISTMAS ON THE LAKE (2021) Premiere. Festive drama, starring Katee Sackhoff and Terry O’Quinn. (S)

5.00

5 NEWS AT 5 (S)

6.00

EGGHEADS Thorpe Thinkers try their luck against the Eggheads to win the rolling prize fund. (S) (R)

6.30

EGGHEADS Life’s Too Short try their luck against the experts. (S) (R)

6.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

7PM
7.00

POLICE INTERCEPTORS Dog handler James ‘Coups’ Coupland chases down a boy racer in a Skoda on a dual carriageway. A young man is pulled over in a Vauxhall that is suspected of having cloned plates, and officers Lewis and Paul are dispatched to reign in a runaway shire horse on the A453. (S) (R)

7.55

5 NEWS UPDATE (S)

8PM
8.00

MOTORWAY COPS: CATCHING BRITAIN’S SPEEDERS PC Ian Cosgrove attempts to pull over a drink driver, but the situation escalates after a struggle ensues when the vehicle eventually stops. In Warrington town centre, PC Chris Swash is heading to the scene of a collision involving multiple vehicles. Last in the series. (S); 5 News Update (S)

9PM
9.00

CASUALTY 24/7: EVERY SECOND COUNTS The first heatwave of summer has hit Barnsley, adding to the pressure of an stressful day in casualty for sister Jane. Theresa arrives by ambulance and paramedics suspect she has had a stroke and it’s up to physician associate Wayne and Dr Laura to get to the bottom of her condition quickly. (S)

10PM
10.00

999: CRITICAL CONDITION Motorcyclist Danny is rushed into the emergency department following a high-speed road traffic accident in north Wales. He’s already had two chest drains inserted into his lungs at scene to save his life, but what concerns trauma team leader Diane Adamson is his blood pressure, which remains stubbornly low. (S) (R)

11PM
11.05

999: Police Hour of Duty A specialist taskforce prepares to raid a premises. (S) (R)

12.05

Police Interceptors (S) (R)

1.00

Live NFL: Monday Night Football Indianapolis Colts v Pittsburgh Steelers (Kick-off 1.15am). Coverage from Lucas Oil Stadium. (S)

4.30

Entertainment News on 5 (S)

4.40

Wildlife SOS (S) (R)

5.10

House Doctor (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

7.10

TELESHOPPING

7.45

TELESHOPPING

8.20

TODAY (S)

10.05

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

11.00

DR PHIL (S); Weather

11.55

CELEBRITY GLOBETROTTERS (S) (R)

12.25

DOCTORS (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 Carol makes a troubling discovery and lays the blame at Joan’s door. (S) (R)

3.00

FAIR CITY Carol and Nora struggle to help Zoe. (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 (S)

7.30

EASTENDERS Linda worries about the consequences of missing her probation appointment, so Sharon begs Mick to step in and explain where she was. Kat is less than impressed by Alfie’s latest confession. Stacey question Eve’s motives with Nish and Eve manages to secure a lunch date with him and Suki. (S)

8PM
8.00

HOME GROWN A celebration of the great Irish potato, with Colm O’Driscoll visiting Co Louth specialist farmer David Loughran. (S)

8.30

10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT The teams examine new technology that can enable a circular economy, meeting scientists developing methods to recycle nutrients in waste water to produce protein-rich biomass. (S)

9PM
9.00

RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK (S)

9.35

THE DART: NO ORDINARY DAY Behind the scenes of the Dublin Area Rapid Transit electric railway, capturing ordinary and extraordinary days through the experiences of those who travel on it. The system came to a standstill after a delay resulted in passengers mass evacuating from trains and walking along the track. (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 contributions from invited guests. (S)

11PM
11.35

The Works Presents John Kelly returns to meet more key Irish figures from the arts. (S)

12.10

The Late Late Toy Show Ryan Tubridy hosts the annual festive extravaganza, leading a cast of hundreds of singers, dancers, musicians and toy demonstrators on the biggest night in the Irish TV calendar. (S) (R)

2.35

Nationwide (R)

3.00

Doctors (S) (R)

3.30

Dr Phil (S) (R)

4.00

EuroNews Headlines update.

6AM to 6:30PM
6.00

EuroNews

7.55

Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)

8.05

Lost & Found Music Studios Drama following the lives of children. (S) (R)

8.30

MOUNTAINS – LIFE ABOVE THE CLOUDS Documentary. (S) (R)

9.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Cameroon v Serbia (Kick-off 10.00am). Coverage of the Group G encounter, which takes place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar. (S)

12.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE South Korea v Ghana (Kick-off 1.00pm). Group H continues with this fixture at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, and a first World Cup meeting between the two. (S)

3.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Brazil v Switzerland (Kick-off 4.00pm). Coverage of the second Group G fixture for both sides, which comes from Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar. (S)

6.30

FIFA WORLD CUP LIVE Portugal v Uruguay (Kick-off 7.00pm). Lusail Stadium in Qatar is the venue for this Group H match. Both sides are reliant on some of the most experienced and high-profile players on the international stage, with the likes of Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, Rui Patricio and Cristiano Ronaldo expected to feature. (S)

9PM
9.30

SELLING IRELAND’S MOST EXCLUSIVE HOMES Extraordinary and expensive properties, from country lodges to hi-tech masterpieces and waterfront apartments to city centre penthouses. This episode features a Georgian mansion on Dublin’s oldest residential street, and a beautifully converted coach house in County Wicklow. (S)

10PM
10.35

FIFA WORLD CUP HIGHLIGHTS Action from the latest matches in Qatar, featuring Cameroon v Serbia at Al Janoub Stadium and Brazil v Switzerland at Stadium 974 in Group G, and South Korea v Ghana at Education City Stadium and Portugal v Uruguay at Lusail Stadium in Group H. (S)

11PM
11.35

Against the Head Featuring all the news from the game, including interviews, highlights and discussions on burning issues. (S)

12.35

Shortscreen (S)

12.45

Friday Night Dinner Dad reveals the reason he is miserable on his birthday - he has realised he’ll never go into space because he has used a website to calculate the date he’s going to die. (S)

1.15

Blue Bloods (S) (R)

2.10

Prodigal Son (S) (R)

3.00

EuroNews

6AM to 6:30PM
6.15

The Six O’Clock Show (S) (R)

7.00

Ireland AM Magazine programme. (S)

10.00

FILM: FRESHMAN FATHER (2010) Fact-based drama, starring Drew Seeley and Britt Irvin. (S)

11.55

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
7.00

NEWS AT 7 (S)

7.40

EMMERDALE FAMILY TREE: THE SUGDENS (S) (R)

8PM
8.10

GINO’S ITALIAN EXPRESS (R)

8.40

DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER (S) (R)

9PM
9.15

CORONATION STREET Nick contemplates using Sam’s inheritance to fund the bistro’s repairs. (S)

9.45

CORONATION STREET (S)

10PM
10.15

THE TONIGHT SHOW (S)

11PM
11.15

ANTISOCIAL IRELAND (S) (R)

12.15

THE HOTEL INSPECTOR (R)

1.15

DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER (S) (R)

1.45

DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER (S) (R)

2.15

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 (S) (R)

2.05

Shark Tank (S)

3.00

Cúla 4 Fun for kids.

5.28

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

5.30

IRISH PAINT MAGIC (R)

6.00

THE GOLDEN GIRLS The girls agree on a plan to save money over the Christmas period. (S) (R)

6.30

THE WONDER YEARS Norma’s new job at the school turns out to be nothing but trouble for Kevin. (S) (R)

6.57

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

7PM
7.00

NUACHT TG4

7.30

ÁR GCLUB Naomh Anna organise their GAA camp. In Rathnure, the O’Connor sisters keenly await the start of the camogie championship. (R)

8PM
8.00

GAA GAA highlights, including AIB Provincial Club championship action.

9PM
9.00

GLÓR TÍRE Country music giant Mick Flavin gives a performance. (R)

9.30

FILM: SICARIO 2: SOLDADO (2018) The drug war on the US-Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border. Federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with operative Alejandro Gillick to fight the enemy forces. Thriller sequel, starring Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro. (S)

11PM
11.37

AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH

11.40

IMEALL Featuring quirky jewellerymaker Kiki Na Art and music from Seba Safe recorded at the Workman’s Club in Dublin.

12.10

BORGEN (R)

1.15

SHARK TANK (S) (R)

2.10

FRANCE 24

5.30

FRANCE 24

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