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Today's TV Monday 04 December
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bbc 1bbc 2utvchannel 4channel 5rte onerte 2virgin onetg 46AM to 6:30PM6.00BREAKFAST (S)9.15MORNING LIVE AT CHRISTMAS (S)10.00DEFENDERS: BUSTING THE BAD GUYS (S) (R)10.45CLAIMED AND SHAMED (S) (R)11.15HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER (S) (R)12.15BARGAIN HUNT (S)1.00BBC NEWS AT ONE; Weather (S)1.30BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)1.45DOCTORS (S)2.15THE BIDDING ROOM (S) (R)3.00ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Steve Brown helps a couple from Berkshire find a new home in the Welsh Borders. (S)3.45ANTIQUES ROAD TRIP Antiques experts Natasha Raskin Sharp and Ishy Khan point their classic car to Northumberland in search of profit making collectables. Candelabra and militaria go under the gavel. (S)4.30MAKE IT AT MARKET An upholsterer from Huddersfield and an artistic blacksmith from Edinburgh. (S)5.15POINTLESS Contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. (S) (R)6.00BBC NEWS AT SIX; Weather (S)6.30BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)7PM7.00HOPE STREET A local faith healer is attacked at the ancient and mystical Fairy Ring, and Marlene wonders why her estranged Uncle Barry was meeting up with this controversial figure. (S)7.45SUZIE LEE: HOME COOK HERO Suzie shows how to liven up an ingredient found in practically every household – bread. (S)8PM8.00EASTENDERS Mitch is shaken by the truth about Karen’s money and Jack turns to Stacey for help while babysitting. (S)8.30THE WATER POLLUTION COVER-UP – PANORAMA Water companies are dumping huge quantities of sewage in Britain’s rivers every year. So why do some of the worst offenders have such good environmental ratings? (S)9PM9.00BOAT STORY Janet and Samuel hurtle towards their final face-off with the Tailor. As the gangster’s twisted past comes to light, Pat Tooh’s life hangs in the balance. Last in the series. (S)10 PM10.00BBC NEWS AT TEN (S)10.30BBC NEWSLINE; Weather (S)10.40THE BLAME GAME Comedians Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Diona Doherty and Neil Delamere are joined by Ey Newtownards comedian Dave Elliott to take a wry look at what is making the news. (S) (R)11PM11.10Have I Got a Bit More News for You (S) (R)12.00Such Brave Girls (S) (R)12.25Such Brave Girls (S) (R)12.50Grime Kids (S) (R)1.45BBC News (S)6AM to 6:30PM6.30Antiques Road Trip (S) (R)7.15Make It at Market (S) (R)8.00Sign Zone: Marcus Wareing’s Tales from a Kitchen Garden (S) (R)8.30Sign Zone: Marcus Wareing’s Tales from a Kitchen Garden (S) (R)9.00Nicky Campbell (S)10.00BBC News (S)12.15Politics Live (S)1.00Impossible Celebrities (S) (R)1.45The Boss (S) (R)2.30The Best Christmas Food Ever (S) (R)3.15THIS FARMING LIFE (S) (R)4.15THE GREAT BRITISH WINTER (S) (R)5.15FLOG IT! (S) (R)6.00RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES With Malorie Blackman, Matt Dawson, Chris McCausland and Ranvir Singh. (S)6.30STRICTLY: IT TAKES TWO Fleur East chats to the pair who missed out on a semi-final place, and there are more interviews and backstage gossip as the remaining couples prepare for two dances. (S)7PM7.00BETWEEN THE COVERS Sara Cox is joined by Nish Kumar, Laura Smyth, Ben Miller and Kerry Godliman, who discuss their favourite books as well as reviewing this week’s two book club choices. (S)7.30MASTERMIND Specialist subjects include Nigel Mansell and René Magritte. (S)8PM8.00ONLY CONNECT Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts as the Gunners take on the Suncatchers for a place in the quarter-finals, trying to find what connects four things that appear utterly random. (S)8.30UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE The second round of the student quiz continues as the University of Manchester faces the University of Edinburgh. (S)9PM9.00JULIUS CAESAR: THE MAKING OF A DICTATOR A look at how Caesar made an uneasy alliance with Pompey and Crassus, before events beyond his control led him to made a decision that would change the course of western history. (S)10PM10.00ÉADAÍ SOS Caoimhe Ní Chathail heads to Cobh, Co Cork, to meet Dónall, who has turned online shopping into an expensive habit for himself. To help combat his habits Caoimhe and her helpers confiscate his clothes for further analysis, leaving Dónall with just 15 items of clothing for a fortnight. In Irish. (S) (R)10.30NEWSNIGHT; Weather (S)11PM11.15FILM: Ordinary Love (2019) Drama, starring Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson. (S)12.40Sign Zone: Countryfile (S) (R)1.35Sign Zone: Garden Rescue (S) (R)2.20Sign Zone: MasterChef: The Professionals (S) (R)3.20This Is BBC Two (S)6AM to 6:30PM6.00GOOD MORNING BRITAIN (S)9.00LORRAINE (S)10.00THIS MORNING (S)12.30LOOSE WOMEN Celebrity interviews and studio discussion. (S)1.30ITV LUNCHTIME NEWS (S); Weather (S)1.55UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)2.00DICKINSON’S REAL DEAL (S)3.00LINGO Manchester mother and daughter Adele and Molly, Stoke-onTrent couple Anita and Alex, and Leeds-based sisters Dominique and Tahiela try to work out words that appear in the Lingo grids and Puzzlewords. Adil Ray presents. (S) (R)3.59UTV WEATHER (S)4.00DEAL OR NO DEAL Stephen Mulhern hosts as another contestant tries to open the 22 red boxes in the right order, taking on the infamous Banker for the chance to win a life-changing cash prize. (S)5.00THE CHASE Bradley Walsh presents as contestants Brendan, Matthew, Ruby and Joann pit their wits against one of the ruthless Chasers in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. (S)6.00UTV LIVE (S); UTV Weather (S)6.30ITV EVENING NEWS (S); Weather (S)7PM7.30EMMERDALE Rhona watches as Gus exits the hospital. Tracy and Caleb are interrupted in the throes of passion. Matty feels the strain. (S)8PM8.00CORONATION STREET Gemma reacts badly to Bernie’s prison sentence, and Asha helps her mentor Isla forget her troubles. Hope ruins Cassie’s idea for a birthday party, and Daisy is put on the spot when Crystal asks a question about Ryan’s future. (S)9PM9.00I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! The celebrities attempt to keep camp happy by winning stars for food, but the surprises keep on coming as they take on life in the jungle. Ant and Dec present further coverage of the Australian challenges, with highlights from the past 24 hours assessed. (S)10PM10.20ITV NEWS (S); Weather10.50UTV LIVE (S); Weather11PM11.05View from Stormont (S)11.35Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport (S) (R)12.00Eamonn Mallie: Face to Face With (S) (R)12.55Shop on TV3.00Deal or No Deal (S) (R)3.50Unwind with ITV (S)5.05Dickinson’s Real Deal (S) (R)6AM to 6:30PM6.05Countdown (S) (R)6.453rd Rock from the Sun (S) (R)7.103rd Rock from the Sun (S) (R)7.35Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)8.00Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R)8.25Frasier (S) (R)8.55Frasier (S) (R)9.25Frasier (S) (R)9.55Find It, Fix It, Flog It (S) (R)10.55The Great House Giveaway (S) (R)11.55Channel 4 News Summary (S)12.00Steph’s Packed Lunch (S)2.10Countdown Bob Harris is in Dictionary Corner. (S)3.00A PLACE IN THE SUN (S) (R)4.00A PLACE IN THE SUN Jasmine Harman helps a couple find a holiday home on Spain’s Orihuela Costa. (S)5.00FOUR IN A BED The competition begins in Abersoch at NightSky Glamping. (S) (R)6.00FOUR IN A BED The first destination of the week is Fountain Cottage in Bellingham, Northumberland. (S) (R)6.30THE SIMPSONS Part one of two. A new preacher comes to town. (S)7PM7.00CHANNEL 4 NEWS (S)7.55THE POLITICAL SLOT Thangam Debbonaire MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, sets out Labour’s plan to make arts spaces more accessible. (S)8PM8.00CHRISTMAS SECRETS OF SUPERMARKET OWN-BRANDS Denise Van Outen unwraps the truth about own-label products, looking at everything from festive foods and fizz, and mince pies and cheese, to gifts and make-up. (S)9PM9.00THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR The sexual tension between the two couples reaches boiling point during a weekend away. And Alan’s obsession with Becka escalates – with devastating consequences. (S)10PM10.00MURDERED: THE BABY ON THE BEACH How the Kerry Babies Tribunal was set up to investigate the behaviour of the Gardaí during the initial case but, seemingly, instead sought to destroy Joanne Hayes’ reputation. (S)11PM11.05Murdered: The Baby on the Beach (S)12.05Bangers: Mad for Cars (S) (R)1.00Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (S) (R)1.50Couples Come Dine with Me (S) (R)2.45FILM: The Mustang (2019) Drama, starring Matthias Schoenaerts. (S)4.20Christmas at Highclere Castle (S) (R)5.10Chateau DIY at Christmas (S) (R)6AM to 6:30PM6.00Milkshake! News (S)6.10Milkshake! Badgers: Their Secret World (S)6.15Sunny Bunnies (S) (R)6.20Peppa Pig (S) (R)6.25Oggy Oggy (S) (R)6.35Odo (S) (R)6.40Tweedy & Fluff (S)6.45Fireman Sam (S) (R)6.55Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go! (S) (R)7.10Peppa Pig (S) (R)7.15Peppa Pig (S) (R)7.20Paw Patrol (S) (R)7.35Pip and Posy (S) (R)7.40The Adventures of Paddington (S) (R)8.00Animal Care Club (S)8.15Milo (S) (R)8.30Paw Patrol (S) (R)8.45Chip and Potato (S) (R)8.55Peppa Pig (S) (R)9.00Peppa Pig (S) (R)9.05Milkshake! Story Den (S)9.15JEREMY VINE (S)11.15STORM HUNTLEY (S)12.30ALEXIS CONRAN (S)1.255 NEWS AT LUNCHTIME (S)1.30FILM: THE CHRISTMAS HOUSE (2020) Festive drama, starring Robert Buckley. (S)3.15FILM: CREATING CHRISTMAS MAGIC (2023) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Greer Grammer and Jason Cermak. (S)5.005 NEWS AT 5 (S)6.00DOGS BEHAVING (VERY) BADLY Trainer Graeme Hall tries to solve dog behavioural problems. (S) (R)6.555 NEWS UPDATE (S)7PM7.00MOTORWAY COPS: CATCHING BRITAIN’S SPEEDERS PC Niaz Waddington is in an unmarked car as he attempts to catch up to a vehicle with cloned plates on the M56 and manages to pull the suspect over for questioning. (S) (R)7.555 NEWS UPDATE (S)8PM8.00TRAFFIC COPS New series. Ten police units from two forces pursuing a gang of suspected car thieves, who are using fake registration plates to steal high-powered vehicles. (S); 5 News Update (S)9PM9.00CASUALTY 24/7: EVERY SECOND COUNTS A 75-year-old woman is rushed in after collapsing in her garden, while Dr Josh Gemmill tends to a 78-year-old former miner who has a large haematoma on his arm. (S)10PM10.00999: CRITICAL CONDITION Trauma team leader Julie Norton juggles two life-threatening cases who arrive at the emergency department within minutes of each other. (S) (R)11PM11.05Police: Hour of Duty (S) (R)12.05Police Interceptors (S) (R)1.00Live NFL: Monday Night Football Jacksonville Jaguars v Cincinnati Bengals (Kick-off 1.15am). (S)4.30Nick’s Quest (S) (R)4.55Entertainment News on 5 (S)5.05House Doctor (S) (R)5.30Entertainment News on 5 (S)5.40Pip and Posy (S) (R)5.45Paw Patrol (S) (R)6AM to 6:30PM6.00EURONEWS7.00TELESHOPPING7.35TELESHOPPING (R)8.10TODAY (S) (R)10.10THE KELLY CLARKSON SHOW (S)11.00DR PHIL (S); Weather11.55SHORTLAND STREET (S)12.25DOCTORS Staff at the Mill are obsessed with a spooky book. (S)1.00RTÉ NEWS: ONE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)1.30NEIGHBOURS Crowds descend on Erinsborough High in a last-ditch effort to save the school. (S)2.00HOME OF THE YEAR (S) (R)2.30FAIR CITY (S) (R)3.00FAIR CITY Dolores strikes back with force at Pete. (R)3.30TODAY Daily magazine show.5.40NUACHT5.55RTÉ NEWS WITH SIGNING6.00THE ANGELUS6.01RTÉ NEWS: SIX ONE; Weather (S)7PM7.00NATIONWIDE Anne Cassin and Blathnaid Ní Chofaigh present an eclectic mix of reports, features and events from all around the country. (S)7.30EASTENDERS Elaine is on a Christmas mission. Mitch is shaken by the truth. Jack turns to Stacey for help. (S)8PM8.00THE SHELTER: ANIMAL SOS Inspectors bring in a severely underweight dog. (S) (R)8.3010 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT An exploration of the science behind fungi, including its origins as a species and how it can potentially inform scientists about the effects of climate change. (S)9PM9.00RTÉ NEWS: NINE O’CLOCK; Weather (S)9.35RTÉ INVESTIGATES Reporter Barry O’Kelly investigates allegations of planning appeals made against residential and industrial developments that are later withdrawn in return for cash payoffs. (S)10PM10.35UPFRONT WITH KATIE HANNON Current affairs magazine, featuring debates in which the public come face to face with the people whose decisions impact directly on their lives.11PM11.35The Works Presents (R)12.10My BodyFix (S) (R)12.40The Late Late Show (S) (R)2.15Nationwide (S) (R)2.40Doctors (S) (R)3.10EuroNews6AM to 6:30PM6.00EuroNews7.45Shaun the Sheep (S) (R)7.55Jamie Johnson (S) (R)8.30Nova Jones (S) (R)9.00Let’s Find Out (S) (R)9.15Dizzy Deliveries (S) (R)9.30Simon Says (S) (R)9.35Alva’s World (S) (R)9.50Body Brothers (S) (R)10.05Go Jetters (S) (R)10.15Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go! (R)10.30Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go! (R)10.40Mya Go (S) (R)10.45Mya Go (S) (R)10.50Mya Go (S) (R)10.55The Wee Littles (S) (R)11.00The Wee Littles (S) (R)11.05Peppa Muc (R)11.10Peppa Muc (R)11.15Peppa Muc (R)11.20Nelly & Nora (S) (R)11.30Nelly & Nora (S) (R)11.35Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)11.45Fluffy Gardens (S) (R)11.50Bush Kids (S) (R)12.10The Coop Troop (S) (R)12.25Royals Next Door (S) (R)12.35Royals Next Door (S) (R)12.55Millie Inbetween (S) (R)1.25The Next Step (S)1.50Jamie Johnson (S) (R)2.25Junior Bake Off (S) (R)3.25JourneyCam (S) (R)3.50Storybud (S) (R)3.55Space Camp Challenge (S)4.20news2day4.30THE SIMPSONS (S) (R)5.00THE GOLDBERGS (S) (R)5.30THE BIG BANG THEORY (S) (R)6.00NEIGHBOURS Crowds descend on Erinsborough High to save the school. (S) (R)6.30SHORTLAND STREET (S) (R)7PM7.00RESCUED CHIMPANZEES OF THE CONGO WITH JANE GOODALL The sanctuary expands and one of the first chimps to be transferred to the new islands is Wounda – during her release everybody is delighted as she hugs Jane Goodall. (S) (R)8PM8.00AGAINST THE HEAD Rugby magazine series featuring all the news from the game, including interviews, highlights and discussions on burning issues.9PM9.00SISTERS Suze and Sare find themselves in a compromising position. (S) (R)9.30LOVE & DEATH Following a grisly struggle, Candy attempts to go about her day as normal, while Allan grows concerned when his repeated calls to Betty go unanswered. (S)10PM10.30FIRST DATES IRELAND Strongman John hopes his biceps will impress reserves artillery gunner Renata and Dave is intimidated by the wit of his date Aamiya – a former stand-up comedian. (S) (R)11PM11.30Shortscreen (S)11.50Billy the Kid (S) (R)12.50Hell on Earth: WWII (S) (R)1.50The Tommy Tiernan Show (S) (R)2.55Operation Transformation (S) (R)3.45The Great House Revival (S) (R)4.35Faraway Fields (S) (R)5.30Saol an Tréidlia (S) (R)6AM to 6:30PM6.15The Six O’Clock Show (S) (R)7.00Ireland AM (S)10.00This Morning12.30News at 12:30 (S)1.00The Chase (S) (R)2.00The Chase (S) (R)3.00LOOSE WOMEN4.00KENTUCKY BIDDERS Big Sammie thinks he’s made a great deal for the auction. (R)4.30JUDGE JUDY (R)5.00JUDGE JUDY Real-life small-claims cases.5.30NEWS AT 5.30 (S)6.05THE SIX O’CLOCK SHOW A lively mix of celebrity chat with national and international guests. (S)7PM7.00NEWS AT 7 (S)7.30EMMERDALE Rhona watches as Gus exits the hospital. (S)8PM8.00CORONATION STREET (S)8.30CORONATION STREET Gemma reacts badly to Bernie’s prison sentence. (S)9PM9.00I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! Ant and Dec present further coverage. (S)10PM10.20EVIL IN THE ROOM: THE ASHLING MURPHY STORY The murder of the 23-year-old teacher.11PM11.20THE TONIGHT SHOW Claire Brock and Ciara Doherty offer their unique take on the big stories of the day. (S)12.20PGA TOUR HIGHLIGHTS (R)1.25LIVING WITH LUCY (S) (R)2.18CLOSE5.20THE TONIGHT SHOW (S) (R)6AM to 6:30PM6.00Cúla 410.40Ainmhithe Craiceáilte (R)11.10The Golden Girls (S) (R)11.40The Golden Girls (S) (R)12.10Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong (S) (R)12.40Paisean Faisean (R)1.10Hart to Hart (S) (R)2.05Shark Tank (S) (R)3.00Cúla 45.27AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH5.30AN FÓD DEIREANACH (R)6.00THE GOLDEN GIRLS (S) (R)6.30THE GOLDEN GIRLS The girls plan to save for Christmas. (S) (R)6.57AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH7PM7.00NUACHT TG47.30MOVING WEST A Mayo man who lived in London and New York, then returned to Blacksod. (R)8PM8.00GAA 2023 GAA Club hurling and football highlights.9PM9.00THE FOSTER & ALLEN SHOW Mick Foster and Tony Allen present the music and entertainment show and are joined by pop singer and former X Factor winner Shayne Ward for a performance of Galway Girl. (R)9.30FILM: DJANGO UNCHAINED (2012) Quentin Tarantino’s Western, starring Jamie Foxx. (S)11PM12.28AN AIMSIR LÁITHREACH12.30DRY WATER1.30SÉ MO LAOCH (R)2.00NUACHT TG4 (R)2.30GAA 2023 (R)3.25TIMPEALL NA TÍRE (R)3.51MOVING WEST (R)4.20GAA USA (R)5.00FRANCE 245.30FRANCE 24