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Friday 15th July

  • 12:00am 24 Hours in A&E: Jack, who's 11, has been hit by a motorbike while walking to his first day at secondary school. He managed to push his friend out of the way, but has sustained a fractured skull. (S11 Ep9) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:00am American Dad!: The Adventures of Twill Ongenbone and His Boy Jabari: Animated series. Francine tries to teach Roger the value of hard work. Steve questions Stan about his past for a school project. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:00am Ghost Adventures: Bell Witch Cave: Three plucky pals probe the paranormal! Zak, Nick and Aaron take a trip to Adams, Tennessee to investigate the infamous Bell Witch Cave. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S2, ep 6) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Table Polarization: Leonard buys a dining table for the flat, but Sheldon objects to such a big change inside his home. Howard gets the chance to return to space. (S7 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:10am Columbo: Fade in to Murder: Detective drama series. Columbo tracks down a murderous TV detective. (1 hour 25 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 12:30am American Dad!: Can I Be Frank (With You): Animated series. Francine fears that she and Stan are growing apart when he spends too much time with his friends. Steve and his friends join a boy band. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:30am Moominland Tales: The Life of Tove...: ...Jansson. Revealing the autobiographical slant in the Moomins series, this traces Tove Jansson's story from bohemian artist in war-torn Helsinki to recluse on a remote island. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 12:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Turbulence: In an attempt to improve their strained friendship, Howard invites Sheldon to visit Nasa with him. Penny is upset when her car breaks down. (S7 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:45am Last Man Standing: Prohibition-era gangster tale starring Bruce Willis and Christopher Walken, 1996. A drifting gunslinger offers his services to two warring gangs in a bid to profit from both during their feud (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 12:45am Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator: 1, 3. Three separated couples come face to face to try to resolve their disputes. Contains some strong language. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:45am Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator: 1, 3. Three separated couples come face to face to try to resolve their disputes. Contains some strong language. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 1:00am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:00am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:00am Ghost Adventures: Demons in Seattle: Eerie investigations. The boys head to Seattle to meet Keith Linder and his unwanted housemate - a demonic spook with a penchant for starting fires! (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00am Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 1:05am Child Genius: Sixteen of the country's cleverest eight to 12-year-olds battle for the title of Britain's brightest child. Quizmaster Richard Osman hosts the demanding Maths and Memory round. (S7 Ep1, 4) (55 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:05am Child Genius: Sixteen of the country's cleverest eight to 12-year-olds battle for the title of Britain's brightest child. Quizmaster Richard Osman hosts the demanding Maths and Memory round. (S7 Ep1, 4) (55 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:30am The Vampire Diaries: Moonlight on the Bayou: US supernatural drama series. Stefan heads to New Orleans, where Valerie has learned of a safe house that can protect him. (45 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 2:00am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:00am Racist Britain: Channel 4 Dispatches: Seyi Rhodes investigates escalating racism in post-Brexit Britain, revealing the scale of the abuse and uncovering dramatic recordings of physical and verbal attacks. (35 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:00am Racist Britain: Channel 4 Dispatches: Seyi Rhodes investigates escalating racism in post-Brexit Britain, revealing the scale of the abuse and uncovering dramatic recordings of physical and verbal attacks. (35 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 2:05am Child Genius: Sixteen of the country's cleverest eight to 12-year-olds battle for the title of Britain's brightest child. Quizmaster Richard Osman hosts the demanding Maths and Memory round. (S7 Ep1, 4) (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:15am 24 Hours in A&E: This episode meets older patients at King's Hospital who've had to show resilience in their lives. And junior doctor Jim tries to get some Lego out of toddler Zara's nose. (S6 Ep4, 7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:30am The Banker's Guide to Art: Documentary looking at the high-stakes and sometimes murky world of art collecting. In recent years, the value of London's art market has reached unprecedented heights. (1 hour 30 minutes) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 3:00am Racist Britain: Channel 4 Dispatches: Seyi Rhodes investigates escalating racism in post-Brexit Britain, revealing the scale of the abuse and uncovering dramatic recordings of physical and verbal attacks. (35 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:00am Suits: Self Defence: The natty US legal drama that surely stands a chance of winning best costume design. As the trial date nears, Mike and Harvey disagree over who will take charge. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 3:00am The IT Crowd: Bad Boys: When Roy and Moss become juvenile delinquents for the day, they end up having an uncomfortable experience at a shopping centre. (S4 Ep5, 6) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:00am Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 3:10am Alex Polizzi's Italian Islands: Last in the documentary series. Alex visits a subterranean cathedral carved from salt, meets a family friend in the island of Pantelleria, and enjoys a fiesta in San Vito. (Ep 4) (50 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 3:10am Alex Polizzi's Italian Islands: Last in the documentary series. Alex visits a subterranean cathedral carved from salt, meets a family friend in the island of Pantelleria, and enjoys a fiesta in San Vito. (Ep 4) (50 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 3:25am The IT Crowd: Reynholm vs Reynholm: Douglas finds that marriage agrees with him, for all of two weeks. He's then in court - defending himself - with the help of Jen, Roy and Moss. (S4 Ep6, 6) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00am The IT Crowd: Bad Boys: When Roy and Moss become juvenile delinquents for the day, they end up having an uncomfortable experience at a shopping centre. (S4 Ep5, 6) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:25am The IT Crowd: Reynholm vs Reynholm: Douglas finds that marriage agrees with him, for all of two weeks. He's then in court - defending himself - with the help of Jen, Roy and Moss. (S4 Ep6, 6) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:30am Animal House: Documentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. (S2, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S10, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 4, 10. A mum has put her own property dreams on hold to help her children buy their first homes. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 4, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team meet a mum who has put her own property dreams on hold to help her children buy their first homes. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Tries to Hide: Stop-frame animation about a lamb at nursery school. The class plays hide-and-seek, but no-one wants to hide with the noisy Paxton, who keeps giving them away. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Tries to Hide: Stop-frame animation about a lamb at nursery school. The class plays hide-and-seek, but no-one wants to hide with the noisy Paxton, who keeps giving them away. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 4, 20. Garden renovation series with Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers. The team create a garden to relax and reflect in to help a couple who recently lost their son. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 4, 20. The team create a garden to relax and reflect in to help a couple who have lost their son. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:50am Minder: What Makes Shamy Run?: Dave at the Winchester Arms points out that the banknotes given to Arthur by Shamy to pay off his debts are in fact forgeries. (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: The Maxum Method: Animated series. Joshua Sideburns is starring in a Maxum Man movie and he wants Eric to teach him how to be a hero. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: Connecting: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos watch a boy tie his shoelace at a bus stop and decide to connect his shoelaces to the shoes of the other passengers. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: Connecting: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos watch a boy tie his shoelace at a bus stop and decide to connect his shoelaces to the shoes of the other passengers. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:20am Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload: A Faceful of Danger: Animated LEGO series. Asgardian evildoer Loki plans to overload and control Doctor Octopus, using his newly-created Norn Frost snowball. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: Pink Dawn: Animated series. Supervillain the Princess is determined to pinkify the world. Only Danger Mouse dressed as a little girl can save us. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 4, 15. Clifton Cathedral: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers is in Clifton, Bristol, to visit the Grade II-listed Clifton Catholic Cathedral. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 4, 15. Clifton Cathedral: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers is in Clifton, Bristol, to visit the Grade II-listed Clifton Catholic Cathedral. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:35am Hollyoaks: In this special episode, Harry and Tony lock Ste in the house to fight his drug withdrawal. But as the pain and sickness get steadily worse, is Ste strong enough to resist temptation? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Buried Treasure: Preschool puppet show. Pirate Captain Metimbers takes Phoebe and Elmo on a treasure hunt. They follow clues written on hidden scrolls. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Buried Treasure: Preschool puppet show. Pirate Captain Metimbers takes Phoebe and Elmo on a treasure hunt. They follow clues written on hidden scrolls. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:00am Attenborough's Passion Projects: 4, 4. Darwin's Tree of Life: David Attenborough looks back on his personal highlights. First transmitted in 2009, Attenborough introduces a film he made about the work of Charles Darwin. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00am Attenborough's Passion Projects: 4, 4. Darwin's Tree of Life: David Attenborough looks back on his personal highlights. First transmitted in 2009, Attenborough introduces a film he made about the work of Charles Darwin. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 8:00am Emmerdale: Chrissie demands answers. Nicola refuses to help. David aims to impress. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:00am Everybody Loves Raymond: Italy (Part 2): The family are still on holiday in Rome, where Robert has fallen for a stunning Italian beauty, who happens to work in an ice cream shop. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00am Everybody Loves Raymond: Italy (Part 2): The family are still on holiday in Rome, where Robert has fallen for a stunning Italian beauty, who happens to work in an ice cream shop. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Remipedes: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. When Shellington gets lost in a dark sea cave, he gets assistance from some blind remipedes. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Remipedes: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. When Shellington gets lost in a dark sea cave, he gets assistance from some blind remipedes. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Top Gear: Fuel-guzzling fun with Messrs Clarkson, Hammond and May. The Yorkshire Dales plays host to an epic contest between three exquisite cars. Chef Gordon Ramsay takes to the track. (50 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: The Time-Travelling Tree: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Will is making a time capsule, so everyone puts something special inside it. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: The Time-Travelling Tree: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Will is making a time capsule, so everyone puts something special inside it. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Emmerdale: Lawrence is forced into a corner. Robert receives an unexpected visit. Nicola gets help from an unlikely source. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:30am Everybody Loves Raymond: The Wallpaper: Ray finally snaps when Marie drives her car into his house, and Debra is forced to act as peacemaker. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:30am Everybody Loves Raymond: The Wallpaper: Ray finally snaps when Marie drives her car into his house, and Debra is forced to act as peacemaker. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:35am Hollyoaks: In this special episode, Harry and Tony lock Ste in the house to fight his drug withdrawal. But as the pain and sickness get steadily worse, is Ste strong enough to resist temptation? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:35am The Royal: The Rose Queen: Medical drama series. An innocent case of food poisoning turns out to be something more sinister. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:55am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 1, 2): With Charlotte (Laura Linney) about to leave for Chicago, Frasier is offered a job in San Francisco. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:55am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 1, 2): With Charlotte (Laura Linney) about to leave for Chicago, Frasier is offered a job in San Francisco. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:55am Jamie's Super Food: In Japan, Jamie Oliver harvests and eats seaweed. On the menu are baked eggs and ricotta on toast, super tasty miso, and sizzling prawns with seasonal veg and salsa. (Ep5, 7) (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00am Coronation Street: Kylie needs an escape route. Kate learns the truth about Caz's injury. Chesney takes the rap. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00am Everybody Loves Raymond: Italy (Part 2): The family are still on holiday in Rome, where Robert has fallen for a stunning Italian beauty, who happens to work in an ice cream shop. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00am The Goldbergs: Shall We Play a Game?: Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of his cool group of friends, but then comes up with a plan to get his brother back in favour. (S2 Ep4, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:10am Bing: Say Goodbye: Bing and Sula are having so much fun playing together, they don't want to say goodbye when Amma arrives to pick Sula up. Bing tries to delay her departure. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:10am Bing: Say Goodbye: Bing and Sula are having so much fun playing together, they don't want to say goodbye when Amma arrives to pick Sula up. Bing tries to delay her departure. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Bing: Acorns: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are in the park with Flop collecting acorns. When Bing's pile of acorns keeps getting smaller, he and Flop try to discover the culprit. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:15am Bing: Acorns: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are in the park with Flop collecting acorns. When Bing's pile of acorns keeps getting smaller, he and Flop try to discover the culprit. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 5, 10. The team have advice on making money on your journey to and from work. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:25am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 2, 2): In the last ever episode of the sitcom, Frasier is feeling lonely on his own in the flat but San Francisco beckons... (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:25am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 2, 2): In the last ever episode of the sitcom, Frasier is feeling lonely on his own in the flat but San Francisco beckons... (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30am Everybody Loves Raymond: The Wallpaper: Ray finally snaps when Marie drives her car into his house, and Debra is forced to act as peacemaker. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am The Goldbergs: Family Takes Care of Beverly: Pops is evicted after starting a fire in his flat during a Halloween party, so Beverly invites him to stay in the family home. (S2 Ep5, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:55am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 1, 2): With Charlotte (Laura Linney) about to leave for Chicago, Frasier is offered a job in San Francisco. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am The Goldbergs: Shall We Play a Game?: Adam accidentally gets Barry kicked out of his cool group of friends, but then comes up with a plan to get his brother back in favour. (S2 Ep4, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:20am Pat & Stan: My Friend Helmut: The purple hippo and the yellow dog's adventures. Stan is listening to music full blast, much to the annoyance of Pat who is worried about Helmut, his virtual pet. (10 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Scorpion: Ticker: Drama series about an international network of super-geniuses. Toby discovers that blood at the Los Angeles blood bank has been tampered with. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:25am Frasier: Goodnight Seattle (Part 2, 2): In the last ever episode of the sitcom, Frasier is feeling lonely on his own in the flat but San Francisco beckons... (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:30am Pat & Stan: Dig-O-Mania: Professor Chi Chi is in his rocket, preparing to destroy a comet which is threatening Earth. Pat and Stan are supposed to press the button, but Pat has lost the key. (5 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:30am The Dumping Ground: Jody in Wonderland: Faced with a momentous dilemma, Jody retreats into the fictional Wonderland. Also in HD. (55 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 10:30am The Goldbergs: Family Takes Care of Beverly: Pops is evicted after starting a fire in his flat during a Halloween party, so Beverly invites him to stay in the family home. (S2 Ep5, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:55am Murder, She Wrote: How to Make a Killing Without Really Trying: Mystery series. Jessica investigates a murder in the world of high finance. When a stockbroker is killed, the suspect list seems endless. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 11:00am Ghost Adventures: Sallie House: Hair-raising hunts with the Ghost Adventures guys. The boys snoop for spooks at the Sallie House in Kansas where they witness scratches, dark forces, and moving toys! (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 11:00am The Wanted: 10, 10. Police reality show. The Serious Organised Crime Group execute a warrant on a young man suspected of dealing heroin. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 11:25am Jamie Johnson: 1, 3. Debut: Drama series. Eleven-year-old Jamie Johnson is a seriously gifted footballer, but after his dad leaves, Jamie has to move house and start a new school. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:45am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Looks at Love: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. What is love? Henry is about to find out! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:55am Jamie Johnson: 2, 3. Own Goal: Drama series. Jack is horrified when a distracted and frustrated Jamie messes up his chances of getting into the school football team. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:00pm Border Security: Canada's...: ...Front Line. The Inland Enforcement Unit tracks a pair of Honduran drug runners, while an American tourist seems to have already put down roots in Canada. (S1, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Comic Caper: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. It is not easy being Henry when all you want to do is read your Gross Class Zero comic. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: The Uninvited: Tales of the paranormal told by those who recorded their hauntings. A club manager senses the spirit of a murdered dancer, and a ghostly barber offers eerie massages. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00pm Top Gear: Best Challenges: The young-at-heart trio negotiate insurance companies and accident repairs in the search for the perfect car for a 17-year-old. Stephen Fry is their quite interesting guest. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 12:10pm Emmerdale: Chrissie demands answers. Nicola refuses to help. David aims to impress. (35 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Newark: Christina Trevanion presents from the largest antiques fair in Europe, Newark in Nottinghamshire. A father and daughter take on two best friends. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Catastrophic Cushion: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry wants a special Gross Class Zero cushion, but he finds he has got competition! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:20pm Jamie Johnson: 3, 3. Decider: Drama series. Jack and Boggie try to help Jamie deal with Hansard, while Jack persuades Jamie that an apology would help and Boggie uses his guile. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Birthday Bonanza: Peter has the perfect birthday present for Henry, but for some reason Henry does not want to know. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:45pm Emmerdale: Lawrence is forced into a corner. Robert receives an unexpected visit. Nicola gets help from an unlikely source. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Helps Out: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry finds out what hard work really means and that tomorrow is another day! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 12, 20. Coat of Leaves: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to The Four Seasons - Autumn, composed by Vivaldi, and imagines the seasons changing. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 12, 20. Coat of Leaves: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to The Four Seasons - Autumn, composed by Vivaldi, and imagines the seasons changing. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:00pm Heartbeat: Second Chances: The sighting of a man who disappeared 20 years previously fuels speculation. Vernon worries that a vineyard in Yorkshire might not be as fruitful as he had hoped. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 1:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Vile Vacation: The adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. School is out and it is time for a holiday - but it does not turn out as Henry was expecting! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Best Prom Ever: Marshall and Lily's dream wedding venue becomes free and they set a date for their nuptials. Lily, however, worries that she's not ready to get married. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:00pm Inside Out Homes: From garden cinemas to outside kitchens, this new series explores how the home is changing as house and garden blur. In this episode Zac Monro transforms a Manchester garden. (Ep1, 3) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Say Goodbye: Bing and Sula are having so much fun playing together, they don't want to say goodbye when Amma arrives to pick Sula up. Bing tries to delay her departure. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Say Goodbye: Bing and Sula are having so much fun playing together, they don't want to say goodbye when Amma arrives to pick Sula up. Bing tries to delay her departure. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Acorns: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are in the park with Flop collecting acorns. When Bing's pile of acorns keeps getting smaller, he and Flop try to discover the culprit. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Acorns: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are in the park with Flop collecting acorns. When Bing's pile of acorns keeps getting smaller, he and Flop try to discover the culprit. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Coronation Street: Kylie needs an escape route. Kate learns the truth about Caz's injury. Chesney takes the rap. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: When Maddy finds out about the lawsuit, she is furious with Tanya and makes a bold decision about her future. John finds out that Skye has continued to see Tank in secret. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: When Maddy finds out about the lawsuit, she is furious with Tanya and makes a bold decision about her future. John finds out that Skye has continued to see Tank in secret. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 1:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Milk: It's Ted's 28th birthday and he receives a call from the matchmaking service saying they've found his dream woman. Ted is unconvinced, and realises that Robin is the one for him. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 5, 40. A row over a lease looks likely to become a tinderbox with racist overtones. Also in HD. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:00pm Child Genius: Sixteen of the country's cleverest eight to 12-year-olds battle for the title of Britain's brightest child. Quizmaster Richard Osman hosts the demanding Maths and Memory round. (S7 Ep1, 4) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 2:00pm Family Fortunes: Two families play against each other in the big money survey-based gameshow presented by Les Dennis. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 2:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Best Prom Ever: Marshall and Lily's dream wedding venue becomes free and they set a date for their nuptials. Lily, however, worries that she's not ready to get married. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Precious Fragmentation: The gang squabble over a ring that they believe was used in The Lord of the Rings movies, while Sheldon seems to be turning into Gollum. (S3 Ep17, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:05pm The Royal: It's What's on the Inside that Counts: Medical drama series. Dr Weatherill gets embroiled in an ethical battle when the parents of a dangerously ill newborn oppose treatment. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Obsession: Crime drama series. DiNozzo becomes obsessed with finding a woman whose brother has been murdered, while the team searches for the killer. (S7 Ep 21) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Obsession: Crime drama series. DiNozzo becomes obsessed with finding a woman whose brother has been murdered, while the team searches for the killer. (S7 Ep 21) (1 hour) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: Suffolk: Property series. Jonnie Irwin is property hunting with young parents from Stevenage who are seeking an authentic country lifestyle in Suffolk and a rural family home. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:30pm Family Fortunes: Two families play against each other in the big money survey-based gameshow presented by Les Dennis. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Milk: It's Ted's 28th birthday and he receives a call from the matchmaking service saying they've found his dream woman. Ted is unconvinced, and realises that Robin is the one for him. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Pants Alternative: Sheldon has been awarded a prestigious prize but is scared of collecting the award at a ceremony because he knows he'll have to make a speech. (S3 Ep18, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:00pm DIY SOS: Nick Knowles squares up for another DIY challenge - this one involving more than just one home. The team are down on the farm helping the local community of Twerton in Bath. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Precious Fragmentation: The gang squabble over a ring that they believe was used in The Lord of the Rings movies, while Sheldon seems to be turning into Gollum. (S3 Ep17, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 5, 20. The team are in Farnham to help a couple turn their bare garden into a flower-filled haven. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 3:30pm DIY SOS: The team visit Stockport to help a decorating tutor who has been struggling with his homework. Brigid Calderhead introduces three new families hoping to win the viewers' vote. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Pants Alternative: Sheldon has been awarded a prestigious prize but is scared of collecting the award at a ceremony because he knows he'll have to make a speech. (S3 Ep18, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: The Wonderful World of Mr Whoops: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Mr Whoops invites Jason, Jemima and their friends to a day out on the beach. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: The Wonderful World of Mr Whoops: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Mr Whoops invites Jason, Jemima and their friends to a day out on the beach. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Come On: Barney slaps Ted when he says he wants to pursue Robin. Later, in frustration at Robin's camping trip with Sandy, Ted performs a rain dance to keep her at home. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: End of the Line: Eerie tales of the supernatural told by people who recorded their hauntings. Lizzie Borden's spirit spooks radio hosts, and there's a scary story from a bookshop. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:30pm Horrible Histories Specials:...: ...Staggering Storytellers. A special episode of the historical sketch show, taking a look at some of literature's greatest works and history's wackiest writers. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Knows It All: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry hears that there are Killer Boy Rats tickets for sale - and nothing is going to stop him. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Where Were We?: Ted's romantic luck is bolstered by his new relationship with Robin, who has yet to reveal her love of guns. However, Marshall is feeling down after his split from Lily. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 5, 30. Athletics: Preschool sports series. Rachel and the team are joined by international athlete Perri Shakes-Drayton, who teaches them all about athletics. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 5, 30. Athletics: Preschool sports series. Rachel and the team are joined by international athlete Perri Shakes-Drayton, who teaches them all about athletics. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Does his Homework: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Can it be true? Is Henry about to break the rule of a lifetime and actually do his homework? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm Ghost Adventures: Texas Horror Hotel: The boys head south to hunt for ghouls at Texas' Magnolia Hotel. With a dark history of murder and suicide and a resident ghost named Itzy, will they be spooked? (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Come On: Barney slaps Ted when he says he wants to pursue Robin. Later, in frustration at Robin's camping trip with Sandy, Ted performs a rain dance to keep her at home. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S3, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm The Aquabats! Super Show!: The Thingy!: Musical comedy action adventure series. On the road home from a snowy ski trip, The Aquabats! encounter a body-snatching alien set on turning them into spaceship fuel. (30 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm The Goldbergs: Big Baby Ball: When Mr Meller singles out Adam during dodgeball, Beverly intervenes and gets him fired. But then Murray and Adam see Meller in a new light. (S2 Ep6, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: Fuel-guzzling fun with Messrs Clarkson, Hammond and May. The Yorkshire Dales plays host to an epic contest between three exquisite cars. Chef Gordon Ramsay takes to the track. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:00pm Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Where Were We?: Ted's romantic luck is bolstered by his new relationship with Robin, who has yet to reveal her love of guns. However, Marshall is feeling down after his split from Lily. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S3, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 5:30pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 12, 40. Big Shop: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. Sarah and Duck visit a large department store, looking for some new toys. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 12, 40. Big Shop: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. Sarah and Duck visit a large department store, looking for some new toys. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 5:55pm Heartbeat: Second Chances: The sighting of a man who disappeared 20 years previously fuels speculation. Vernon worries that a vineyard in Yorkshire might not be as fruitful as he had hoped. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 6:00pm American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00pm Charlie and Lola: Welcome to Lolaland: Animation with the brother and sister. Lola and her imaginary friend Soren Lorenson invent their own land and language. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Charlie and Lola: Welcome to Lolaland: Animation with the brother and sister. Lola and her imaginary friend Soren Lorenson invent their own land and language. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: When Maddy finds out about the lawsuit, she is furious with Tanya and makes a bold decision about her future. John finds out that Skye has continued to see Tank in secret. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: When Maddy finds out about the lawsuit, she is furious with Tanya and makes a bold decision about her future. John finds out that Skye has continued to see Tank in secret. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Wheaton Recurrence: Leonard tells Penny that he loves her. The gang go bowling and find that Sheldon's enemy Wil Wheaton is playing in the opposing team. (S3 Ep19, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm The Goldbergs: Big Baby Ball: When Mr Meller singles out Adam during dodgeball, Beverly intervenes and gets him fired. But then Murray and Adam see Meller in a new light. (S2 Ep6, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: Behind the Laughter: A behind-the-scenes look at the Simpson family. How did they win their fame? And how did they cope when the showbiz pressure got too much? (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: Behind the Laughter: A behind-the-scenes look at the Simpson family. How did they win their fame? And how did they cope when the showbiz pressure got too much? (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm Top Gear: Best Challenges: The young-at-heart trio negotiate insurance companies and accident repairs in the search for the perfect car for a 17-year-old. Stephen Fry is their quite interesting guest. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Zack encourages Sonia to follow her dreams at HCC, while Kim will stop at nothing to get her job back. Grace manipulates Esther with a favour that could put her friendship with Kim at risk. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Zack encourages Sonia to follow her dreams at HCC, while Kim will stop at nothing to get her job back. Grace manipulates Esther with a favour that could put her friendship with Kim at risk. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Spaghetti Catalyst: Sheldon hides his friendship with Penny from Leonard, but it isn't long before his double life is exposed. Can he remain friends with both of them? (S3 Ep20, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:30pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:45pm Danger Mouse: Wicked Leaks: Animated series. Penfold's addiction to social media helps the Baron turn all of Danger Mouse's secrets against him in a plot to deflate the planet. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:50pm Building the Dream: Charlie Luxton travels to Cheshire to help retired couple Steve and Chris Elliot realise their dream of constructing a modern eco-home inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 6:55pm Heartbeat: Second Chances: The sighting of a man who disappeared 20 years previously fuels speculation. Vernon worries that a vineyard in Yorkshire might not be as fruitful as he had hoped. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Chrissie fears for her father. Tracy makes a choice. Robert returns to form. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:00pm Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00pm Horrible Histories Naughty Napoleon...: ...Special. 5, 15. Historical sketch show. A special episode about the great French leader Napoleon Bonaparte, following his rise to become the Emperor of France. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm Murder, She Wrote: The Fixer-Upper: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica Fletcher looks into a murder in the real estate business - for which her niece is the prime suspect. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Wheaton Recurrence: Leonard tells Penny that he loves her. The gang go bowling and find that Sheldon's enemy Wil Wheaton is playing in the opposing team. (S3 Ep19, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Hairy Builder: 5, 15. Wilton's Music Hall: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Wilton's Music Hall in London to look at a restoration project with a difference. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: Behind the Laughter: A behind-the-scenes look at the Simpson family. How did they win their fame? And how did they cope when the showbiz pressure got too much? (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie look to the future. Gemma makes a stand. Kate gives Caz the boot. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: Zack encourages Sonia to follow her dreams at HCC, while Kim will stop at nothing to get her job back. Grace manipulates Esther with a favour that could put her friendship with Kim at risk. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Spaghetti Catalyst: Sheldon hides his friendship with Penny from Leonard, but it isn't long before his double life is exposed. Can he remain friends with both of them? (S3 Ep20, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Toast Derivation: A surprised Sheldon is disturbed to find out that it's really Leonard who is at the centre of their group of friends and not him. (S4 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:55pm Grand Designs: Kevin McCloud revisits Claire and Ian, and their ultimate fun family home in the heart of London, to see if they've put all the troubles of the technically difficult build behind them. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm Birds of a Feather: Hot Stuff: Essex-based sitcom. Money and space are still tight and Sharon tries to bed down in the loft, where she makes an unexpected discovery which might solve all their problems. (30 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:00pm EastEnders: Whitney turns to Lauren for support. Abi reels from her behaviour. Louise gives Ben a reality check. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Chrissie fears for her father. Tracy makes a choice. Robert returns to form. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:00pm Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm Inside Out Homes: From garden cinemas to outside kitchens, this new series explores how the home is changing as house and garden blur. In this episode Zac Monro transforms a Manchester garden. (Ep1, 3) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 8:00pm Murder, She Wrote: The Fixer-Upper: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica Fletcher looks into a murder in the real estate business - for which her niece is the prime suspect. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Isolation Permutation: Amy is heartbroken when she finds out that Penny and Bernadette went on a shopping trip to buy bridesmaids' dresses without her. (S5 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:05pm Moonraker: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Lois Chiles, 1979. A British agent investigates the disappearance of a space shuttle, which has fallen into the wrong hands (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 8:30pm Birds of a Feather: Hearts for Sale: Essex-based sitcom. Tracey, Sharon and Dorien get romantically involved with three very different men, while Travis faces some issues in his own love life. (30 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:30pm Celebrity MasterChef: 8, 12. Cookery competition. The final heat reaches its climax as the four celebrities battle for the last two semi-final places. Also in HD. (1 hour 30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie look to the future. Gemma makes a stand. Kate gives Caz the boot. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie say a final goodbye. Freddie takes a step back. Chesney, Gemma and Craig each blame themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Rothman Disintegration: Sheldon and Kripke argue over who should get Professor Rothman's vacant corner office. Amy buys Penny some art to celebrate their friendship. (S5 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Toast Derivation: A surprised Sheldon is disturbed to find out that it's really Leonard who is at the centre of their group of friends and not him. (S4 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Dumping Ground: 13, 13. Scary Beasts: Drama series. A face from the past comes back to haunt Faith and brings danger to the Dumping Ground. Mo buys a 'magic' egg which unexpectedly hatches. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 8:55pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm Birds of a Feather: Hot Stuff: Essex-based sitcom. Money and space are still tight and Sharon tries to bed down in the loft, where she makes an unexpected discovery which might solve all their problems. (30 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 9:00pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00pm Doc Martin: The Shock of the New: Drama series about a curmudgeonly doctor. Louisa's return further raises questions about their relationship, perhaps they need to spend more time apart. (1 hour) on ITV HD (103)
  • 9:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm New: The Out-Laws: Brand new series - Blood Ties: Darkly comic Belgian drama. Four sisters prepare for their hated brother-in-law's funeral as two insurance agents probe his death. In Flemish, subs. (Ep1, 8) (1 hour 45 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00pm Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S5, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 9:00pm RED: (2010) Comedy thriller. Bruce Willis stars as a retired CIA hitman who knows too much about their operations and is targeted for elimination. With Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman. Violence. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 9:00pm Snow White and the Huntsman: (2012) Adult fantasy adventure. A dark reworking of the classic fairy tale, starring Kristen Stewart as Snow White, and Charlize Theron as the evil regal stepmother who plots to kill her. (2 hours 35 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Isolation Permutation: Amy is heartbroken when she finds out that Penny and Bernadette went on a shopping trip to buy bridesmaids' dresses without her. (S5 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:00pm The Dark Knight: Comic book adaptation starring Christian Bale and Michael Caine, 2008. Batman tries to clean up Gotham City, but has to raise his game when he meets the psychotic Joker (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:15pm Moonraker: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Lois Chiles, 1979. A British agent investigates the disappearance of a space shuttle, which has fallen into the wrong hands (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 9:30pm Birds of a Feather: Hearts for Sale: Essex-based sitcom. Tracey, Sharon and Dorien get romantically involved with three very different men, while Travis faces some issues in his own love life. (30 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 9:30pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie say a final goodbye. Freddie takes a step back. Chesney, Gemma and Craig each blame themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 9:30pm Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S5, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Rothman Disintegration: Sheldon and Kripke argue over who should get Professor Rothman's vacant corner office. Amy buys Penny some art to celebrate their friendship. (S5 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Appropriate Adult: Drama about serial killer Fred West and his 'appropriate adult', Janet Leach. Janet's involvement in Fred's case may have shattering consequences for her. (1 hour 35 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:00pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00pm Doc Martin: The Shock of the New: Drama series about a curmudgeonly doctor. Louisa's return further raises questions about their relationship, perhaps they need to spend more time apart. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 10:00pm RED: (2010) Comedy thriller. Bruce Willis stars as a retired CIA hitman who knows too much about their operations and is targeted for elimination. With Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman. Violence. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4+1 (45)
  • 10:00pm Snow White and the Huntsman: (2012) Adult fantasy adventure. A dark reworking of the classic fairy tale, starring Kristen Stewart as Snow White, and Charlize Theron as the evil regal stepmother who plots to kill her. (2 hours 35 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:05pm 24 Hours in A&E: Jack, who's 11, has been hit by a motorbike while walking to his first day at secondary school. He managed to push his friend out of the way, but has sustained a fractured skull. (S11 Ep9) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 10:10pm The Dark Knight: Comic book adaptation starring Christian Bale and Michael Caine, 2008. Batman tries to clean up Gotham City, but has to raise his game when he meets the psychotic Joker (1 hour 50 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:35pm New Tricks: 1, 10. A Death in the Family: Jack Halford announces that he's leaving UCOS. The team have 24 hours to solve the murder of a woman dating back 100 years. Contains adult themes. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 10:45pm The Krays: Unflinching biopic starring Billie Whitelaw and Gary Kemp, 1990. Story of the rise and fall of the infamous 1960s underworld figures Reggie and Ronnie Kray (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 11:00pm Appropriate Adult: Drama about serial killer Fred West and his 'appropriate adult', Janet Leach. Janet's involvement in Fred's case may have shattering consequences for her. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:00pm BritCam: Emergency On...: ...Our Streets. CCTV cameras capture an attack on a Hastings cab driver, and, in Southend-on-Sea, late-night revellers board the SOS bus. (7, 10) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 11:10pm Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (35 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:10pm Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (35 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 11:30pm Being the Brontes: Martha Kearney, novelist Helen Oyeyemi and journalist Lucy Mangan travel to Haworth Parsonage, the home of Charlotte and her sisters Emily and Anne. Also in HD. Followed by weather. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:35pm Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy: Comedy. A female reporter threatens the all-male '70s San Diego newsroom dominated by its anchorman. With Will Ferrell. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour 35 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 11:35pm Evil Under the Sun: Agatha Christie murder mystery starring Peter Ustinov and Jane Birkin, 1982. Hercule Poirot sets out to uncover the truth behind the death of an unpopular stage star at a resort hotel (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 11:35pm The Big Bang Theory: The Mommy Observation: Sheldon pays a surprise visit to his mother in Houston and is forced to confront a new reality. Raj throws a murder mystery-themed dinner party. (S7 Ep18, 24) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:40pm The Shawshank Redemption: Prison drama starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, 1994. When a banker begins a life sentence, he meets the prison fixer and begins a friendship lasting two decades (2 hours 35 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 11:50pm The Krays: Unflinching biopic starring Billie Whitelaw and Gary Kemp, 1990. Story of the rise and fall of the infamous 1960s underworld figures Reggie and Ronnie Kray (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • Saturday 16th July

  • 12:00am DIY SOS: Nick Knowles packs up his drill and heads off to help more people in DIY need. The team help Angie and Paul in South Wales, who have bought an old farmhouse to renovate. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:00am Family Guy: Extra Large Medium: Animated comedy. After Stewie and Chris go missing, a psychic assures Lois they are safe. Impressed, Lois and Peter start charging people for Peter's 'abilities'. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:00am Ghost Adventures: Sallie House: Hair-raising hunts with the Ghost Adventures guys. The boys snoop for spooks at the Sallie House in Kansas where they witness scratches, dark forces, and moving toys! (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S2, ep 8) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Indecision Amalgamation: Raj faces a dating dilemma, Penny can't decide whether to accept a role in a terrible film, and Sheldon chooses between two gaming systems. (S7 Ep19, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:05am First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 12:05am First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 12:10am Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (35 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:10am Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (35 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:20am Who Do You Think You Are?: Tracey Emin: Controversial artist Tracey Emin learns about her East End roots and is amazed to discover an unusual heritage. The celebrity genealogy series turns up more shocks. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 12:30am Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 12:30am DIY SOS: Home improvement problems remedied by Nick Knowles. The team visit Ipswich to help Jason and Toni Meekings, who have been transforming their three-bed house into something bigger. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:30am Family Guy: Hannah Banana: Animated comedy. After attending a concert of a teen superstar, Stewie discovers a secret about the singer. Chris tries to prove the existence of the Evil Monkey. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:30am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S2, ep 9) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:35am The Big Bang Theory: The Mommy Observation: Sheldon pays a surprise visit to his mother in Houston and is forced to confront a new reality. Raj throws a murder mystery-themed dinner party. (S7 Ep18, 24) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:40am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:55am American Dad!: Blood Crieth Unto Heaven: Animated series about Stan Smith, a hapless CIA agent. When Francine invites Stan's father to a party, a secret about the Smith family's past is revealed. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:55am CSI: Miami: By the Book: Called to the isolated mansion of a well-known horror writer, Horatio and the team find a young woman hanging upside down, drained of blood and with bite marks on her neck. (S10 ... (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 12:55am CSI: New York: The Ripple Effect: US crime series. When the same type of chewing gum is found at two separate crime scenes, Jo operates on a hunch that the two cases may be related. (S8 Ep 13) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 1:00am Ghost Adventures: Texas Horror Hotel: The boys head south to hunt for ghouls at Texas' Magnolia Hotel. With a dark history of murder and suicide and a resident ghost named Itzy, will they be spooked? (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Indecision Amalgamation: Raj faces a dating dilemma, Penny can't decide whether to accept a role in a terrible film, and Sheldon chooses between two gaming systems. (S7 Ep19, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:20am Coast: The Secret Life of Sea Cliffs: Witness the perilous precipices at Burton Bradstock and Lyme Regis as Nick Crane and the team scale some of Britain's spectacularly scary sea cliffs. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 1:25am American Dad!: American Stepdad: Animated series. Stan's mother Betty moves in with the Smiths, forcing Roger out of his attic. The next day, Roger and Betty announce they are married. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:40am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:40am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 1:50am Love Child: Brand new series: Australian drama set in 1969 at a home for unmarried mothers and the busy maternity ward of a neighbouring general hospital in the Kings Cross district of Sydney. (Ep1, 8) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:50am The Cleveland Show: Ladies' Night: Animated spin-off. Cleveland is angry when he learns that Donna is still going to her support group for single mums. Cleveland Jr runs for Student Council President. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Take My Life, Please: Crime drama. The CSIs investigate the mysterious death of a comedian in a locked room, and also examine the bullet-riddled body of a dangerous fugitive. (S10 Ep 20) (55 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 1:55am CSI: Miami: By the Book: Called to the isolated mansion of a well-known horror writer, Horatio and the team find a young woman hanging upside down, drained of blood and with bite marks on her neck. (S10 ... (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 1:55am Neighbours: Gary makes a dangerous decision in order to pay for a professional tutor for Xanthe. Tyler unwittingly changes Terese's mind and she decides to let Piper take him to the formal. (35 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:10am Frat Boys: Inside America's Fraternities: The life of a group of frat boys as they embark on the pledging process. Contains very strong language and some upsetting scenes. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:20am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:20am Professor Hutton's Curiosities: Dennis Severs' House: Explore Britain's unusual museums. In 1979, artist Dennis Severs restored a property in Spitalfields to its 18th century glory - which the public can now enjoy. (40 minutes) on Yesterday (19)
  • 2:25am Catastrophe: The comedy continues with Rob and Sharon as they celebrate a tainted wedding anniversary, while Fran and Chris drift further apart. Dave endures some trauma with Catherine. (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:30am Home and Away: Reality series. Abby and the moms gather to discuss the most memorable moments of the past year. Kelly's expulsion from the team is still fresh in Christi's mind. (S4 Ep 18) (25 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:50am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Angle of Attack: US crime series. The team probes the victim of an apparent hit and run which leads them into the world of aeronautics. (S15 Ep 11) (45 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 2:55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Take My Life, Please: Crime drama. The CSIs investigate the mysterious death of a comedian in a locked room, and also examine the bullet-riddled body of a dangerous fugitive. (S10 Ep 20) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 2:55am Catastrophe: The hit comedy series continues. While Rob faces some ugly accusations at work, Sharon realises that she's not ready to return to teaching. (S2 Ep5, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:55am Grand Designs: Kevin McCloud meets an architect who is trying to create a family home in an awkward, jagged, covered space, trapped between buildings in the crowded heart of Camden, north London. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 3:00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Cesme, Turkey: Sundrenched house hunting series. Jenni Falconer meets a Sheffield couple who want a permanent seaside home in the popular Turkish holiday resort of Cesme. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 3:00am Suits: Tick Tock: The tension builds in the gripping US legal drama as scheming Louis considers Anita Gibbs' offer to turn on his colleagues. Harvey and Mike devise a new strategy. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 3:00am Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 3:10am Murdered by My Father: Powerful contemporary drama. A young woman falls in love with the wrong man, with tragic consequences for everyone. Contains strong language, some violence and disturbing scenes. (1 hour 20 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:15am Alex Polizzi's Italian Islands: Last in the documentary series. Alex visits a subterranean cathedral carved from salt, meets a family friend in the island of Pantelleria, and enjoys a fiesta in San Vito. (Ep 4) (45 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 3:20am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:20am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 3:25am Catastrophe: The comedy continues with Rob and Sharon as they celebrate a tainted wedding anniversary, while Fran and Chris drift further apart. Dave endures some trauma with Catherine. (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:25am Catastrophe: The comedy continues with Rob and Sharon as they celebrate a tainted wedding anniversary, while Fran and Chris drift further apart. Dave endures some trauma with Catherine. (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 3:30am Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Miso Dead: Tensions run high - fuelled by Scholls and Tribeca's love triangle with Geils - when the skull of a missing sushi chef is fished out of the ocean. (S2 Ep2, 10) (20 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:50am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Angle of Attack: US crime series. The team probes the victim of an apparent hit and run which leads them into the world of aeronautics. (S15 Ep 11) (45 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 3:55am Catastrophe: The hit comedy series continues. While Rob faces some ugly accusations at work, Sharon realises that she's not ready to return to teaching. (S2 Ep5, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:55am Catastrophe: The hit comedy series continues. While Rob faces some ugly accusations at work, Sharon realises that she's not ready to return to teaching. (S2 Ep5, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 4:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00am Murder, She Wrote: Dead Man's Gold: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica helps an old friend when accidents and murder hinder his expedition to dig for buried treasure. (50 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 4:00am Suits: Tick Tock: The tension builds in the gripping US legal drama as scheming Louis considers Anita Gibbs' offer to turn on his colleagues. Harvey and Mike devise a new strategy. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 4:30am Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Miso Dead: Tensions run high - fuelled by Scholls and Tribeca's love triangle with Geils - when the skull of a missing sushi chef is fished out of the ocean. (S2 Ep2, 10) (20 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:30am Animal House: Documentary shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. Contains scenes of animal injury. (S2, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00am Nothing To Declare: Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the men and women who defend Australia from drug runners, illegal immigrants and terrorists. (S1, ep 18) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:20am Pat & Stan: In Search of Lost Treasure: The adventures of Pat the purple hippo and his friend Stan the yellow dog. Aunt Martha comes across a strange map in an antique store. (10 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy on Wheels: Animated adventures of a lamb at his nursery school. Timmy is having fun on the tricycle, but Ruffy does not have much luck learning how to ride it. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy on Wheels: Animated adventures of a lamb at his nursery school. Timmy is having fun on the tricycle, but Ruffy does not have much luck learning how to ride it. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:30am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:50am Jane the Virgin: Brand new series - Chapter Thirty-Nine: Jane's bachelorette party doesn't go the way she planned once Xiomara and Lina get involved, and Petra gets the surprise of a lifetime. (S2 Ep17, 22) (55 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:15am Dinopaws: The Thing That Was Cold: Animation about three dinosaurs exploring their world. Bob gets so cold playing in the snow that he freezes solid. How will Gwen and Tony warm him up again? (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:15am Dinopaws: The Thing That Was Cold: Bob gets cold playing in the snow and freezes solid - how will Gwen and Tony warm him up? Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:20am Pat & Stan: In Search of Lost Treasure: The adventures of Pat the purple hippo and his friend Stan the yellow dog. Aunt Martha comes across a strange map in an antique store. (10 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 7:30am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:30am Nothing To Declare: Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the men and women who defend Australia from drug runners, illegal immigrants and terrorists. (S1, ep 21) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 7:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Fireflash: Kayo is aboard an airliner invented by Brains, unaware that its controls have been tampered with. Kayo then realises that the plane is flying in the wrong direction. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 7:45am Suburgatory: Les Lucioles: When Tessa takes over planning Lisa and Malik's wedding, she struggles to control the budget and loses sight of the romance in the situation. (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:50am Jane the Virgin: Brand new series - Chapter Thirty-Nine: Jane's bachelorette party doesn't go the way she planned once Xiomara and Lina get involved, and Petra gets the surprise of a lifetime. (S2 Ep17, 22) (55 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00am Top Gear: High-speed high jinks. Jezza squares up to a Challenger 2 tank in the new Range Rover Sport. It's all kicking off as James and Richard play five-a-side footie with the Toyota Aygo. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Speedy Sailfish: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. Barnacles and Kwazii use some speedy sailfish to round up all the Gups. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Speedy Sailfish: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. Barnacles and Kwazii use some speedy sailfish to round up all the Gups. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Suburgatory: Stiiiiiiill Horny: In the last episode of series three, Tessa joins a sewing group, George writes a song for his muse and the honeymoon period is over for Malik and Lisa. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:20am Mike the Knight: Mike the Knight and the Knightly Play: Animated series about a young knight in training. Mike tries to make Evie's play more knightly by adding his own props. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:20am Mike the Knight: Mike the Knight and the Knightly Play: Animated series about a young knight in training. Mike tries to make Evie's play more knightly by adding his own props. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Lost Ladybird: Animated series. When Peter accidentally loses Lily's ladybird, the rabbits embark on a dangerous chase to recover her precious pet. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:30am Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Lost Ladybird: Animated series. When Peter accidentally loses Lily's ladybird, the rabbits embark on a dangerous chase to recover her precious pet. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Thunderbirds Are Go: Heavy Metal: Reboot of the classic children's adventure series. Brains and Alan must try to shut down the Supreme Hadron Collider after it malfunctions. (30 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 8:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Fireflash: Kayo is aboard an airliner invented by Brains, unaware that its controls have been tampered with. Kayo then realises that the plane is flying in the wrong direction. (25 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:40am How I Met Your Mother: Game Night: Marshall invents a new game - Marshgammon - after winning previous game nights. Unfortunately no one but Marshall understands how to play it. (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:45am Suburgatory: Les Lucioles: When Tessa takes over planning Lisa and Malik's wedding, she struggles to control the budget and loses sight of the romance in the situation. (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:55am Sarah & Duck: Cloud Tower: Animation. A search for shade on a hot day leads Sarah and Duck to discover a fascinating tower in the park. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:55am Sarah & Duck: Cloud Tower: Animation. A search for shade on a hot day leads Sarah and Duck to discover a fascinating tower in the park. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:00am Thunderbirds Are Go: Falling Skies: Reboot of the classic children's adventure series. International Rescue is called in after Brains' latest invention, a luxury space hotel, begins to malfunction. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:00am Top Gear: High-speed high jinks. Jezza squares up to a Challenger 2 tank in the new Range Rover Sport. It's all kicking off as James and Richard play five-a-side footie with the Toyota Aygo. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 9:05am How I Met Your Mother: Cupcake: Ted and Victoria face their first relationship challenge when Victoria is offered a job in Germany. Marshall and Lily find themselves in some bother. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:05am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: Jamie Oliver cooks Cajun steak, smoky baked beans and collard greens, plus chicken tikka, lentil, spinach and naan salad. (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:10am Suburgatory: Stiiiiiiill Horny: In the last episode of series three, Tessa joins a sewing group, George writes a song for his muse and the honeymoon period is over for Malik and Lisa. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:15am Coronation Street Omnibus: Leanne is delivered a baby bombshell. It is game on for Billy and Todd. Bethany is caught red-handed. (2 hours 50 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:25am Thunderbirds Are Go: Relic: Reboot of the classic children's adventure series. Scott and Alan travel to the far side of the moon to rescue their father's best friend from a meteor shower. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:40am Footy Pups: 29, 30. Finding the Space: Preschool sports series. Rex gets too close for comfort when Rachel teaches the team all about finding a space. Meanwhile, it's a tight squeeze at Pupton Park! (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:40am Footy Pups: 29, 30. Finding the Space: Rex gets too close for comfort when Rachel teaches the team all about finding a space. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:40am How I Met Your Mother: Game Night: Marshall invents a new game - Marshgammon - after winning previous game nights. Unfortunately no one but Marshall understands how to play it. (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:50am Thunderbirds Are Go: Breakdown: Reboot of the classic series. Virgil attempts to rescue a mining crew trapped inside a glacier, but the scientist in charge of the project refuses to leave. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:55am Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:55am Topsy and Tim: Family Tree: Live-action children's show. Grandma buys a housewarming present. It is a baby apple tree, and Topsy and Tim help to plant it in their garden. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:55am Topsy and Tim: Family Tree: Live-action children's show. Grandma buys a housewarming present. It is a baby apple tree, and Topsy and Tim help to plant it in their garden. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:05am How I Met Your Mother: Cupcake: Ted and Victoria face their first relationship challenge when Victoria is offered a job in Germany. Marshall and Lily find themselves in some bother. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:05am Topsy and Tim: Wiggles' Trip: Live-action children's show. The twins find a clever way of getting their pet rabbit Wiggles into his carry basket so they can take him to the vet. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 10:05am Topsy and Tim: Wiggles' Trip: Live-action children's show. The twins find a clever way of getting their pet rabbit Wiggles into his carry basket so they can take him to the vet. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:15am Coronation Street Omnibus: Leanne is delivered a baby bombshell. It is game on for Billy and Todd. Bethany is caught red-handed. (2 hours 50 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 10:15am Jamillah & Aladdin: 21, 26. The Fly-Away Nightingale: Drama series. Aladdin loses the Sultan's pet nightingale. He and Jamillah must track it down and put it back before sunset. (20 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 10:15am Jamillah & Aladdin: 21, 26. The Fly-Away Nightingale: Drama series. Aladdin loses the Sultan's pet nightingale. He and Jamillah must track it down and put it back before sunset. Also in HD. (20 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:15am Thunderbirds Are Go: Heist Society: Reboot of the classic children's adventure series. The Hood traps Lady Penelope and Parker inside an underwater hyper-loop train during a high stakes robbery. (30 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:25am Murder, She Wrote: Tainted Lady: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. A friend Jessica once helped clear of murder is accused of serving arsenic in her restaurant. (55 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 10:30am Takeshi's Castle: Comedy game show voiced by Craig Charles. Contestants vie for a cash prize as they attempt to overcome the giant games fortifying Takeshi Kitano's castle. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 10:45am Thunderbirds Are Go: Recharge: Children's adventure series. High in the Arctic, a machine designed to harness the energy of the aurora borealis has gone haywire. Scott and Virgil come to the rescue. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:00am Top Gear: More motoring madness from Jeremy and the team. James May meets American stunt driving legend Ken Block, and comedian Michael McIntyre is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 11:10am Thunderbirds Are Go: Extraction: Animated series. When a father and son become trapped underground in a collapsed mining operation, Gordon must attempt a rescue while Virgil tries to shut the rig down. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:20am Hank Zipzer: 7, 13. Undercover Hank: Mr Love returns to the school, and Hank is forced to dress up as a girl in order to catch someone trying to frame him. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:20am Murder, She Wrote: The Skinny According to Nick Cullhane: Mystery series. A writer asks Jessica to read a manuscript of his latest book - an account of a real-life kidnapping - and later turns up dead. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 11:30am Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites: 5, 6. Mary Berry takes inspiration from Tangmere allotment in East Sussex. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 11:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Bakersfield Expedition: The guys take a road trip to a comic book convention in Bakersfield and visit a location where several episodes of Star Trek were filmed. (S6 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Bakersfield Expedition: The guys take a road trip to a comic book convention in Bakersfield and visit a location where several episodes of Star Trek were filmed. (S6 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 11:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: The Hexpert: Animated series. A scientist accidentally locks herself inside a vault storing unstable matter. Parker has broken into one like this before and attempts to free her. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:45am Hetty Feather: Secrets and Plans: Drama series set in Victorian-era London. Hetty discovers news that will change her life forever. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:00pm The Hairy Bikers' Northern Exposure: 1, 6. Poland: The Hairy Bikers head north on a big Baltic adventure in search of new cuisines. In Poland, they make sausages and cook Poland's national dish, bigos. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 12:00pm The Hairy Bikers' Northern Exposure: 1, 6. Poland: The Hairy Bikers head north on a big Baltic adventure in search of new cuisines. In Poland, they make sausages and cook Poland's national dish, bigos. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:00pm Top Gear: More motoring madness from Jeremy and the team. James May meets American stunt driving legend Ken Block, and comedian Michael McIntyre is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Dorking: Tim Wonnacott presides over two mother-and-daughter teams as they scour the high street for some bargains in Dorking, Surrey, aided by Thomas Plant and Claire Rawle. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:30pm Grandpa in My Pocket: A Very Needy Speedy Edie: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Mr Liker Biker is looking after the bike shop when a very important customer turns up. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 12:30pm Grandpa in My Pocket: A Very Needy Speedy Edie: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Mr Liker Biker is looking after the bike shop when a very important customer turns up. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:30pm New Girl: Brand new series - Wig: When Nick's intense attraction to Reagan has an impact on Schmidt and Cece's relationship, they take action. Winston teaches Reagan the art of break-ups. (S5 Ep7, 22) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Bakersfield Expedition: The guys take a road trip to a comic book convention in Bakersfield and visit a location where several episodes of Star Trek were filmed. (S6 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hot Troll Deviation: An embarrassing secret of Howard's comes to light as he tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Bernadette. Sheldon and Raj have trouble working together. (S4 Ep4, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hot Troll Deviation: An embarrassing secret of Howard's comes to light as he tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Bernadette. Sheldon and Raj have trouble working together. (S4 Ep4, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 13, 20. Flying High: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to The Lark Ascending composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams and imagines a world of birds flying high. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 13, 20. Flying High: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to The Lark Ascending composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams and imagines a world of birds flying high. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:50pm Wolfblood: 12, 13. Caged: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. It's a full moon and beast-hunter Kyle enlists Shannon and Tom to help him track down the beast of Stoneybridge. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:00pm Agatha Christie's Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans?: Miss Marple must reveal the devastating truth behind a series of murders in order to finally solve the riddle of a dying man's enigmatic last words. (2 hours 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 1:00pm DIY SOS: The Big Build: Manchester: Inspirational home makeovers. Nick and the team are in Manchester where Rebecca and Steve are in urgent need of a triplet-friendly house transformation. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00pm My Phone Genie: Double Losers: When Jaz gives Mobbsy and Naoko each a wish, Naoko ends up as a character in a video game created by Mobbsy - while Mobbsy has his own problems! (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:00pm The Caine Mutiny: Classic naval drama in which the captain of a World War II minesweeper-destroyer is relieved of his command by his officers. A dramatic court martial ensues. (2 hours) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 1:00pm The Caine Mutiny: Classic naval drama in which the captain of a World War II minesweeper-destroyer is relieved of his command by his officers. A dramatic court martial ensues. Also in HD. (2 hours) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:00pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:20pm Junior Vets on Call Series 2: The junior vets help creatures in trouble, wherever they are. The junior vets attempt to find out the sex of a very special penguin. They also get beaky with a pelican. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:25pm Charlie and Lola: We Do Promise Honestly That We Can Look After Your Dog: Children's animation with the brother and sister. Lola and Lotta are pleased when Marv lets them look after his dog Sizzles. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:25pm Charlie and Lola: We Do Promise Honestly That We Can Look After Your Dog: Children's animation with the brother and sister. Lola and Lotta are pleased when Marv lets them look after his dog Sizzles. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:30pm New Girl: Brand new series - Wig: When Nick's intense attraction to Reagan has an impact on Schmidt and Cece's relationship, they take action. Winston teaches Reagan the art of break-ups. (S5 Ep7, 22) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hot Troll Deviation: An embarrassing secret of Howard's comes to light as he tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Bernadette. Sheldon and Raj have trouble working together. (S4 Ep4, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:30pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:50pm Gangsta Granny: Comedy drama based on David Walliams's children's book. Ben hates spending time with his boring granny while his parents are away. Little does he know that his granny has a secret. Also in HD. (1 hour 10 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 2:00pm DIY SOS: The Big Build: Spalding: Inspirational property makeovers. Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team head to Spalding to transform the home of eight-year-old Dakota, who has cerebral palsy. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 2:00pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:05pm Kindergarten Cop: Comic crime thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Penelope Ann Miller, 1990. A tough cop is forced to go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to track down a pair of key witnesses (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 2:30pm My Parents are Aliens: Sticky Situations: Josh at last manages to get a date with the gorgeous Tania Thomas, but when he turns up accompanied by Sophie, disaster isn't too far off. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:40pm Footy Pups: 29, 30. Finding the Space: Preschool sports series. Rex gets too close for comfort when Rachel teaches the team all about finding a space. Meanwhile, it's a tight squeeze at Pupton Park! (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 2:40pm Footy Pups: 29, 30. Finding the Space: Preschool sports series. Rex gets too close for comfort when Rachel teaches the team all about finding a space. Meanwhile, it's a tight squeeze at Pupton Park! (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 2:55pm Topsy and Tim: Family Tree: Live-action children's show. Grandma buys a housewarming present. It is a baby apple tree, and Topsy and Tim help to plant it in their garden. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 2:55pm Topsy and Tim: Family Tree: Live-action children's show. Grandma buys a housewarming present. It is a baby apple tree, and Topsy and Tim help to plant it in their garden. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 3:00pm Coast: 3, 6. The Hidden History of Harbours: Coast ventures to the furthest flung reaches of the British Isles. In Newlyn, Nick Crane relives an unsung feat of British seamanship. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 3:00pm Coast: 3, 6. The Hidden History of Harbours: Coast ventures to the furthest flung reaches of the British Isles. In Newlyn, Nick Crane relives an unsung feat of British seamanship. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:00pm Doc Martin: Comedy drama series. Martin treats a family who are suffering from chronic stomach disorders. PC Mylow's sister arrives in town to set up an alternative therapy practice. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 3:00pm Highway Patrol: Documentary series following Australia's traffic enforcers. Officers face high-speed chases, defiant hooligans, explosive crashes and out-of-control drunk drivers. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Flicks the Bogey: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Horrid Henry discovers that sometimes wormy little brothers can be very useful! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:00pm The Dumping Ground: 1, 20. Lost and Found: Drama series. Bailey's world is rocked when his mum turns up at Ashdene Ridge. Can he forgive her for abandoning him as a toddler? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:05pm Kindergarten Cop: Comic crime thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Penelope Ann Miller, 1990. A tough cop is forced to go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to track down a pair of key witnesses (1 hour) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 3:05pm Topsy and Tim: Wiggles' Trip: Live-action children's show. The twins find a clever way of getting their pet rabbit Wiggles into his carry basket so they can take him to the vet. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 3:05pm Topsy and Tim: Wiggles' Trip: Live-action children's show. The twins find a clever way of getting their pet rabbit Wiggles into his carry basket so they can take him to the vet. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 3:10pm Kindergarten Cop: Comic crime thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Penelope Ann Miller, 1990. A tough cop is forced to go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to track down a pair of key witnesses (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 3:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry: I Am Not a Hamster: Henry finds out that sometimes you can take your best friends for granted, especially when your best friend is a hamster - or is he? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:15pm Jamillah & Aladdin: 21, 26. The Fly-Away Nightingale: Drama series. Aladdin loses the Sultan's pet nightingale. He and Jamillah must track it down and put it back before sunset. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 3:15pm Jamillah & Aladdin: 21, 26. The Fly-Away Nightingale: Drama series. Aladdin loses the Sultan's pet nightingale. He and Jamillah must track it down and put it back before sunset. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 3:30pm Highway Patrol: Documentary series following Australia's traffic enforcers. Officers face high-speed chases, defiant hooligans, explosive crashes and out-of-control drunk drivers. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Plays Air Guitar: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. A bad day can quickly become a good day, as Henry discovers when Doddery Donald comes to visit. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:30pm The Dumping Ground: 2, 20. Bear-Faced Liar: Bailey has to break some bad news to his mum - but what is she hiding from him? Also in HD. (35 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Dangerous Data: Animated adventures. Data can be dangerous, as Henry is about to find out when Peter takes over as chief secretary of the Purple Hand Gang! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:00pm Escape to the Country: Chilterns: Aled Jones helps a couple with £500,000 escape to the Chilterns. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 4:00pm Escape to the Country: Chilterns: Buyers are helped to find their dream homes. Aled Jones joins the house search with a couple wanting to escape to the Chilterns, and he pays a visit to the Hellfire Caves. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 4:00pm Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Toast Derivation: A surprised Sheldon is disturbed to find out that it's really Leonard who is at the centre of their group of friends and not him. (S4 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:05pm The Dumping Ground: 3, 20. Stepping Up: Drama series. Sparks fly when Tee recruits Jody to help her and Carmen win a street dance competition. But who's more out of their depth, Carmen or Jody? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:10pm Kindergarten Cop: Comic crime thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Penelope Ann Miller, 1990. A tough cop is forced to go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to track down a pair of key witnesses (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 4:15pm Back to the Future Part III: Time-travelling comedy sequel starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, 1990. Marty McFly goes back to the American Wild West in a desperate bid to save Doc Brown from an evil gunslinger (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 4:30pm Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Isolation Permutation: Amy is heartbroken when she finds out that Penny and Bernadette went on a shopping trip to buy bridesmaids' dresses without her. (S5 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:35pm The Dumping Ground: 4, 20. They Walk Among Us: Mo is convinced that there are aliens in the neighbourhood. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:00pm Catchphrase: Popular quiz in which contestants can win cash prizes and a dream holiday by guessing the well-known expressions and sayings represented by animated characters. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:00pm Midsomer Murders: The Black Book: A recently discovered piece by a local artist realises an impressive price at auction - just hours before its previous owner is murdered. (2 hours) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 5:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Contractual Obligation Implementation: Leonard, Sheldon and Howard are forced to volunteer for a university committee. Raj plans a stress-free date with Lucy. (S6 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Toast Derivation: A surprised Sheldon is disturbed to find out that it's really Leonard who is at the centre of their group of friends and not him. (S4 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: Four-wheeled fun with those car-crazed chums. Jezza tests out the Ferrari F12, while movie director Ron Howard is the star in the brand new Reasonably Priced Car. Happy days! (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:05pm The Dumping Ground: 5, 20. Hold the Front Page: Drama series. There is a shock in store for Ryan when his sister Chloe comes to the Dumping Ground. They share a traumatic secret in their past. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:15pm Back to the Future Part III: Time-travelling comedy sequel starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, 1990. Marty McFly goes back to the American Wild West in a desperate bid to save Doc Brown from an evil gunslinger (1 hour) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 5:20pm Back to the Future Part III: Time-travelling comedy sequel starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, 1990. Marty McFly goes back to the American Wild West in a desperate bid to save Doc Brown from an evil gunslinger (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 5:30pm Catchphrase: Popular quiz in which contestants can win cash prizes and a dream holiday by guessing the well-known expressions and sayings represented by animated characters. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:30pm Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Discovery Dissipation: Sheldon feels guilty when he gets attention for his accidental discovery of a new element. Raj stays with Howard and Bernadette for a week. (S7 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Isolation Permutation: Amy is heartbroken when she finds out that Penny and Bernadette went on a shopping trip to buy bridesmaids' dresses without her. (S5 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:55pm Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 5:55pm Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm Catchphrase: Popular quiz in which contestants can win cash prizes and a dream holiday by guessing the well-known expressions and sayings represented by animated characters. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00pm Charlie and Lola: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Please May I Have Some of Yours?: Animation with brother and sister Lola and Charlie. On a trip to the zoo Lola is keen to buy a seal toy for her bath. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Charlie and Lola: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Please May I Have Some of Yours?: Animation with brother and sister Lola and Charlie. On a trip to the zoo Lola is keen to buy a seal toy for her bath. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Contractual Obligation Implementation: Leonard, Sheldon and Howard are forced to volunteer for a university committee. Raj plans a stress-free date with Lucy. (S6 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cooper Extraction: Sheldon has to go back to Texas when his sister goes into labour, and while he is away the gang gather at the flat to decorate the Christmas tree. (S7 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm Top Gear: More motoring madness from Jeremy and the team. James May meets American stunt driving legend Ken Block, and comedian Michael McIntyre is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:05pm Hank Zipzer: 7, 13. Undercover Hank: Mr Love returns to the school, and Hank is forced to dress up as a girl in order to catch someone trying to frame him. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:20pm Back to the Future Part III: Time-travelling comedy sequel starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, 1990. Marty McFly goes back to the American Wild West in a desperate bid to save Doc Brown from an evil gunslinger (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 6:30pm Catchphrase: Popular quiz in which contestants can win cash prizes and a dream holiday by guessing the well-known expressions and sayings represented by animated characters. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Discovery Dissipation: Sheldon feels guilty when he gets attention for his accidental discovery of a new element. Raj stays with Howard and Bernadette for a week. (S7 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hesitation Ramification: Penny's big TV acting break hits the cutting room floor so Leonard does his best to comfort her, which leads her to ask him a bold question. (S7 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:55pm Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:00pm Catchphrase: Popular quiz in which contestants can win cash prizes and a dream holiday by guessing the well-known expressions and sayings represented by animated characters. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:00pm Crossing England in a Punt: River of...: ...Dreams. From the Staffordshire hills to the Humber estuary, explorer Tom Fort embarks on a 170-mile journey down the river Trent on his own custom-built punt, the Trent Otter. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 7:00pm Doc Martin: Dry Your Tears: Determined to get to grips with fatherhood, Martin asks Louisa to move back so he can help raise their child. Martin's eulogy to his aunt turns into a health warning. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 7:00pm Dynamo: Magician Impossible: Magician Dynamo performs a Matrix-style levitation, moves a girl's tan line and performs magic with rock star Ian Brown. "This Is the One" stunt show you'll want to watch! (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 7:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: North Devon: Jenni Falconer helps more would-be buyers find their perfect coastal home. Jenni is in Devon with a writer and a musician who want an inspirational sea view. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 7:00pm Gogglesprogs: What do the Gogglesprogs think of The Voice, 24 Hours in A&E and Wallace and Gromit? (Ep5) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:00pm Star Trek: (2009) JJ Abrams' sci-fi adventure prequel, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, explores Kirk and Spock's early years, in which they are hunted by a vengeful time traveller. Violence. (2 hours 30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:00pm Star Trek: (2009) JJ Abrams' sci-fi adventure prequel, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, explores Kirk and Spock's early years, in which they are hunted by a vengeful time traveller. Violence. (2 hours 30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cooper Extraction: Sheldon has to go back to Texas when his sister goes into labour, and while he is away the gang gather at the flat to decorate the Christmas tree. (S7 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Occupation Recalibration: Penny quits her job at the restaurant to pursue her acting career full time. Bernadette accidentally destroys one of Howard's comics. (S7 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:30pm Takeshi's Castle: Comedy game show voiced by Craig Charles. Contestants vie for a cash prize as they attempt to overcome the giant games fortifying Takeshi Kitano's castle. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Convention Conundrum: After the guys miss out on Comic-Con tickets, Sheldon decides to hold his own comic book convention. The girls take tea at an upmarket hotel. (S7 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hesitation Ramification: Penny's big TV acting break hits the cutting room floor so Leonard does his best to comfort her, which leads her to ask him a bold question. (S7 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:45pm The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Epic adventure starring Ian McKellen and Martin Freeman, 2013. The thirteen dwarves continue their mission to reclaim their homeland back from the clutches of Smaug (3 hours) on ITV (3)
  • 8:00pm Doc Martin: Dry Your Tears: Determined to get to grips with fatherhood, Martin asks Louisa to move back so he can help raise their child. Martin's eulogy to his aunt turns into a health warning. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 8:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Chichester and Lymington: Discover heavenly homes on the coast with Jenni Falconer. A London woman is searching for a million pound holiday retreat in Hampshire or West Sussex. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 8:00pm For Your Eyes Only: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Carole Bouquet, 1981. James Bond must recover a strategic communications device before it falls into the hands of the Russians (1 hour 10 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 8:00pm Grand Designs: A young farmer and architect in Northern Ireland hopes to make a home out of four large shipping containers welded together to form a giant cross. But his tiny budget is soon under threat. (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm Lewis: Old Unhappy Far Off Things: A reunion at Oxford's last all-female college ends in tragedy when one of the alumnae is killed. Is it connected to an attack there ten years before? (2 hours) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:00pm New: NCIS: US crime series. Special Agent Ned Dorneget from NCIS cyber operations assists the team when a Navy ensign who worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence is murdered. (S12 Ep 22) (55 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 8:00pm Star Trek: (2009) JJ Abrams' sci-fi adventure prequel, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, explores Kirk and Spock's early years, in which they are hunted by a vengeful time traveller. Violence. (2 hours 30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Clean Room Infiltration: Amy hosts a Victorian Christmas Eve dinner, complete with party games, and Raj, Leonard and Howard have pigeon problems. (S8 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Occupation Recalibration: Penny quits her job at the restaurant to pursue her acting career full time. Bernadette accidentally destroys one of Howard's comics. (S7 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm Who Were the Greeks?: 1, 2. Classicist Dr Michael Scott uncovers the strange, alien world of the ancient Greeks. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Convention Conundrum: After the guys miss out on Comic-Con tickets, Sheldon decides to hold his own comic book convention. The girls take tea at an upmarket hotel. (S7 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Space Probe Disintegration: Howard tries to calm a stressed Raj, who is anxiously awaiting the arrival of some data from a space probe he helped launch. (S8 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Musketeers: 7, 10. In pursuit of Grimaud, the Musketeers must earn the trust of a band of women who thrive without men, and whose shocking secret history makes soldiers their natural enemy. (55 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 8:30pm The Musketeers: 7, 10. In pursuit of Grimaud, the Musketeers must earn the trust of a band of women who thrive without men, and whose shocking secret history makes soldiers their natural enemy. Also in HD. (55 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:45pm The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Epic adventure starring Ian McKellen and Martin Freeman, 2013. The thirteen dwarves continue their mission to reclaim their homeland back from the clutches of Smaug (3 hours) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 9:00pm Bridesmaids: (2011) Adult comedy. A singleton (Kristen Wiig) is appointed maid of honour at her best friend's (Maya Rudolph) wedding. But her plans go horribly awry. Very strong language, sex. (2 hours 25 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 9:00pm Lewis: Old Unhappy Far Off Things: A reunion at Oxford's last all-female college ends in tragedy when one of the alumnae is killed. Is it connected to an attack there ten years before? (2 hours) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 9:00pm Shaun of the Dead: Zombie-filled romantic comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, 2004. Shaun, an unassuming hero, must save his loved ones from the undead who are roaming the streets of London (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00pm The A-Team: (2010) Brash action-adventure reboot of the 1980s TV series. Liam Neeson leads a gang of soldiers whose Iraqi black ops mission goes disastrously wrong. Contains violent scenes. (2 hours 25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Clean Room Infiltration: Amy hosts a Victorian Christmas Eve dinner, complete with party games, and Raj, Leonard and Howard have pigeon problems. (S8 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:15pm For Your Eyes Only: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Carole Bouquet, 1981. James Bond must recover a strategic communications device before it falls into the hands of the Russians (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 9:25pm Casualty: The Fear: Rita gets a frosty reception from the ED, while Iain struggles to assert his authority. (50 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 9:25pm Casualty: The Fear: Rita gets a frosty reception from the ED, while Iain struggles to assert his authority. Also in HD. (50 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:30pm Shutter Island: (2010) Dark thriller. Two cops (Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo) probe a child killer's disappearance from a secure asylum for the criminally insane. Strong, offensive language, violence. (2 hours 40 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:30pm Shutter Island: (2010) Dark thriller. Two cops (Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo) probe a child killer's disappearance from a secure asylum for the criminally insane. Strong, offensive language, violence. (2 hours 40 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Space Probe Disintegration: Howard tries to calm a stressed Raj, who is anxiously awaiting the arrival of some data from a space probe he helped launch. (S8 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Bridesmaids: (2011) Adult comedy. A singleton (Kristen Wiig) is appointed maid of honour at her best friend's (Maya Rudolph) wedding. But her plans go horribly awry. Very strong language, sex. (2 hours 25 minutes) on Film4+1 (45)
  • 10:00pm Road Wars: Road Wars skids to a halt in this action-packed, adrenaline fuelled finale. Tonight's endeavours include a high-speed pursuit and a dodgy drug stakeout. (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00pm Shaun of the Dead: Zombie-filled romantic comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, 2004. Shaun, an unassuming hero, must save his loved ones from the undead who are roaming the streets of London (1 hour) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 10:00pm The A-Team: (2010) Brash action-adventure reboot of the 1980s TV series. Liam Neeson leads a gang of soldiers whose Iraqi black ops mission goes disastrously wrong. Contains violent scenes. (2 hours 25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm The Rack Pack: Comedy drama about the glory days of professional snooker in the 1980s and the legendary rivalry between Alex 'Hurricane' Higgins and Steve Davis. Contains very strong language. (1 hour 30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 10:00pm The Rack Pack: Comedy drama about the glory days of professional snooker in the 1980s and the legendary rivalry between Alex 'Hurricane' Higgins and Steve Davis. Contains very strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour 30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 10:05pm Shaun of the Dead: Zombie-filled romantic comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, 2004. Shaun, an unassuming hero, must save his loved ones from the undead who are roaming the streets of London (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:30pm Shutter Island: (2010) Dark thriller. Two cops (Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo) probe a child killer's disappearance from a secure asylum for the criminally insane. Strong, offensive language, violence. (2 hours 40 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:35pm Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's...: ...Chest. To repay a debt to a powerful crew, an infamous pirate (Johnny Depp) enlists the help of a swordsman and his bride-to-be to find Davy Jones' Locker. (2 hours 20 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 10:35pm Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's...: ...Chest. To repay a debt to a powerful crew, an infamous pirate (Johnny Depp) enlists the help of a swordsman and his bride-to-be to find Davy Jones' Locker. Also in HD. (2 hours 20 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 10:45pm Out for Justice: Explosive action thriller starring Steven Seagal and William Forsythe, 1991. A maverick cop's quest to avenge the murder of his partner reduces the mean streets of Brooklyn to a war zone (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 11:05pm Carry On Up the Jungle: Classic British comedy starring Frankie Howerd and Sidney James, 1970. The Carry On regulars set off on a jungle safari and find themselves plunging in and out of the wrong tents (1 hour 40 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 11:05pm Carry On Up the Jungle: Classic British comedy starring Frankie Howerd and Sidney James, 1970. The Carry On regulars set off on a jungle safari and find themselves plunging in and out of the wrong tents (1 hour 40 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 11:05pm Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 1: Animated comedy. Peter presents a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, with Peter as Han Solo. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:05pm Shaun of the Dead: Zombie-filled romantic comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, 2004. Shaun, an unassuming hero, must save his loved ones from the undead who are roaming the streets of London (1 hour) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 11:25pm Magic Mike: (2012) Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Cody Horn and Alex Pettyfer star in Steven Soderbergh's drama about male strippers in Florida. Strong language, sex, nudity, drugs. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 11:35pm Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 2: Animated comedy. Peter presents a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, with Peter as Han Solo. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:50pm Out for Justice: Explosive action thriller starring Steven Seagal and William Forsythe, 1991. A maverick cop's quest to avenge the murder of his partner reduces the mean streets of Brooklyn to a war zone (45 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 11:55pm Father Ted: A Song for Europe: Ted and Dougal decide to enter the Eurosong Contest. With inspired lyrics, a jaunty tune and the right attitude, they stand a good chance. Don't they? (S2 Ep5, 10) (35 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • Sunday 17th July

  • 12:00am CSI: Miami: Rio: US crime drama series. Horatio and Delko arrive in Rio to hunt down the man who ordered Marisol's murder. (S5 Ep 1) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 12:00am CSI: Miami: Silencer: US crime drama series. Miami's Latin Festival shifts from samba to sombre when a crowded dance floor becomes the scene of a gang murder. (S4 Ep 13) (55 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 12:00am Family Guy: Quagmire's Baby: Animated comedy. Father does not know best when Quagmire takes responsibility for a baby that Peter finds who looks just like him. Meanwhile, Stewie clones himself. (35 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:00am Is That a Nail in Your Head?: Extreme medicine. A mountain biker gets too close to nature when he accidentally confronts a cougar, and a base jumper remembers - too late? - the laws of gravity. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am Night Cops: Cameras follow Kent's Armed Response Unit as they deal with a man thought to be carrying a gun. Plus, Wrexham police follow up on intelligence about a drug dealer. Strong language. (2, 6) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 12:05am Carry On Up the Jungle: Classic British comedy starring Frankie Howerd and Sidney James, 1970. The Carry On regulars set off on a jungle safari and find themselves plunging in and out of the wrong tents (1 hour 40 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 12:05am Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 1: Animated comedy. Peter presents a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, with Peter as Han Solo. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:05am Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (30 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 12:05am Man Down: The Heist: The hit comedy series returns and Dan (Greg Davies) is at a crossroads in his life. He must do something as he faces a disciplinary and may lose his teaching job. (S3 Ep1, 6) (30 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 12:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:30am Father Ted: The Plague: Father Dougal is excited about his pet rabbit, Sampras, while Bishop Brennan is due to arrive to investigate a case of suspected nude sleepwalking by Father Jack. (S2 Ep6, 10) (30 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 12:30am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite viewers think of Take Me Out, Tattoo Fixers, Dunblane: Our Story, Steve Backshall's Extreme Mountain Challenge, Doctor Thorne and University Challenge? (S7 Ep4) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:35am American Dad!: Max Jets: Animated series about Stan Smith, a hapless CIA agent. A gold-digging waitress gets her claws on Roger's philanthropic alter-ego Max Jets, who's just got out of prison. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:35am Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and...: ...Tattoos: Katie Piper meets Amy, who had her eyes tattooed to look like a horse and her tongue split to look like a snake, while Andrea wants to ditch her double-F boob job. (S3 Ep3, 8) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 12:35am Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and...: ...Tattoos: Katie Piper meets Amy, who had her eyes tattooed to look like a horse and her tongue split to look like a snake, while Andrea wants to ditch her double-F boob job. (S3 Ep3, 8) (1 hour) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 12:35am Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 2: Animated comedy. Peter presents a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, with Peter as Han Solo. (25 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:55am CSI: New York: Clean Sweep: American crime drama. The team suspects that a badly burned corpse may have been a cage fighter, but later discovers that he may have faked his own death. (S8 Ep 10) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 1:00am American Dad!: National Treasure 4: Baby Franny: She's Doing Well: The Hole Story: Animated series. Francine feels guilty over wasting her life while the fireman who rescued her 35 years ago died. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:00am CSI: Miami: Silencer: US crime drama series. Miami's Latin Festival shifts from samba to sombre when a crowded dance floor becomes the scene of a gang murder. (S4 Ep 13) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 1:00am Family Guy: Quagmire's Baby: Animated comedy. Father does not know best when Quagmire takes responsibility for a baby that Peter finds who looks just like him. Meanwhile, Stewie clones himself. (35 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 1:00am Find My Past: The Great Escape: Three relatives of POWs who were detained by the Germans at Stalag Luft III hear of their ancestors' integral roles in an audacious Allied escape attempt in 1943. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 1:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 1:30am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite viewers think of Take Me Out, Tattoo Fixers, Dunblane: Our Story, Steve Backshall's Extreme Mountain Challenge, Doctor Thorne and University Challenge? (S7 Ep4) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:30am The Cleveland Show: From Bed to Worse: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Cleveland Jr and Roberta are away on a school trip leaving their parents excited to have the house to themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:35am American Dad!: Max Jets: Animated series about Stan Smith, a hapless CIA agent. A gold-digging waitress gets her claws on Roger's philanthropic alter-ego Max Jets, who's just got out of prison. (25 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 1:45am Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 1:55am CSI: New York: Clean Sweep: American crime drama. The team suspects that a badly burned corpse may have been a cage fighter, but later discovers that he may have faked his own death. (S8 Ep 10) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 1:55am CSI: New York: Who's There?: Crime drama. When a real estate mogul is killed in a home invasion, was somebody close to him ultimately responsible for his death? (S8 Ep 11) (55 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 2:00am American Dad!: National Treasure 4: Baby Franny: She's Doing Well: The Hole Story: Animated series. Francine feels guilty over wasting her life while the fireman who rescued her 35 years ago died. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 2:00am Most Shocking: Mindless Mayhem: A fugitive being pursued by the police runs out of gas; a thief dips into cash collected by a hospital chapel; and a soft-spoken robber struggles to scare a store owner. (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 2:00am The Cleveland Show: Field of Streams: Animated spin-off. Cleveland visits his old high school and is disappointed to discover that it no longer has a baseball team, so he decides to revive it. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 2:15am Home and Away: Reality series. Abby and the moms gather to discuss the most memorable moments of the past year. Kelly's expulsion from the team is still fresh in Christi's mind. (S4 Ep 18) (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:30am The Cleveland Show: A Brown Thanksgiving: Animated spin-off. Cleveland celebrates his first Thanksgiving with his new family and is privy to a secret regarding Donna's Auntie Momma. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 2:30am The Cleveland Show: From Bed to Worse: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Cleveland Jr and Roberta are away on a school trip leaving their parents excited to have the house to themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 2:45am Home and Away: When Maddy finds out about the lawsuit, she is furious with Tanya and makes a bold decision about her future. John finds out that Skye has continued to see Tank in secret. (25 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:50am Suits: 25th Hour: Is this the end for one half of TV's best-dressed duo? It's the US legal drama's season five finale and Mike's day of reckoning draws near, but he has one last play. (45 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 2:55am CSI: New York: Who's There?: Crime drama. When a real estate mogul is killed in a home invasion, was somebody close to him ultimately responsible for his death? (S8 Ep 11) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 3:00am Most Shocking: Civilian Justice: While vigilante villagers track down a man who attacked his sister-in-law, a gas station attendant fights off a knife-wielding robber. (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 3:00am The Cleveland Show: Field of Streams: Animated spin-off. Cleveland visits his old high school and is disappointed to discover that it no longer has a baseball team, so he decides to revive it. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 3:05am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 3:10am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: Jamie Oliver cooks Cajun steak, smoky baked beans and collard greens, plus chicken tikka, lentil, spinach and naan salad. (35 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 3:30am The Cleveland Show: A Brown Thanksgiving: Animated spin-off. Cleveland celebrates his first Thanksgiving with his new family and is privy to a secret regarding Donna's Auntie Momma. (25 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 3:50am Suits: 25th Hour: Is this the end for one half of TV's best-dressed duo? It's the US legal drama's season five finale and Mike's day of reckoning draws near, but he has one last play. (45 minutes) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 4:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:00am Murder, She Wrote: Deadline for Murder: Another case for Jessica Fletcher, novelist and amateur sleuth. Jessica and her friend Haskell Drake unravel the mysterious death of a corrupt newspaper mogul. (50 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 4:05am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 4:05am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 4:30am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S12, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:30am Revenge: Resurgence: Conrad hires Bizzy Preston, a famous party-girl who is now a PR mastermind, to rehabilitate the Grayson family's image. Nolan has a revenge agenda of his own. (1 hour 30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S12, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:15am House Doctor: Ann Maurice provides home improvement advice. Ann attempts to inject some life into a bland property near Leamington Spa. (S6 Ep 5) (25 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S12, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30am Revenge: Resurgence: Conrad hires Bizzy Preston, a famous party-girl who is now a PR mastermind, to rehabilitate the Grayson family's image. Nolan has a revenge agenda of his own. (1 hour 30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:20am Pat & Stan: Nasalation: Pat the purple hippo and his friend Stan the yellow dog manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures! The mailman delivers a package to Pat. (10 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Snapshot Timmy: Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. It is time for the class photo but Timmy just cannot keep himself clean. He gets muddy and covered in jam. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Snapshot Timmy: Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. It is time for the class photo but Timmy just cannot keep himself clean. He gets muddy and covered in jam. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:30am Blockbusters: Simon Mayo hosts the general knowledge quiz as contestants make their way across the iconic Blockbusters board, connecting top to bottom or side to side. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:40am Suburgatory: Les Lucioles: When Tessa takes over planning Lisa and Malik's wedding, she struggles to control the budget and loses sight of the romance in the situation. (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 9) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 7:05am Suburgatory: Stiiiiiiill Horny: In the last episode of series three, Tessa joins a sewing group, George writes a song for his muse and the honeymoon period is over for Malik and Lisa. (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:15am Dinopaws: The Thing We Didn't Want to End: Animation about three dinosaurs exploring their world. The Dinopaws decide to chase the sun to stop the day from ending. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:20am Pat & Stan: Nasalation: Pat the purple hippo and his friend Stan the yellow dog manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures! The mailman delivers a package to Pat. (10 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: The Return of Danger K: Animated series. When an old enemy returns, Colonel K must come out of retirement to save the world from an outbreak of rudeness. (10 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: The Return of Danger K: Animated series. When an old enemy returns, Colonel K must come out of retirement to save the world from an outbreak of rudeness. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 7:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Unplugged: An anti-technology group calling themselves The Luddites power up an electromagnetic pulse device underneath London, crippling everything that uses electricity. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 7:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Unplugged: An anti-technology group calling themselves The Luddites power up an electromagnetic pulse device underneath London, crippling everything that uses electricity. (25 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:40am Suburgatory: Les Lucioles: When Tessa takes over planning Lisa and Malik's wedding, she struggles to control the budget and loses sight of the romance in the situation. (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00am Frasier: The Good Son: The opening episode of the classic comedy series in which Dr Frasier Crane returns to Seattle with a new job as a radio psychiatrist. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 8:00am Top Gear: Car chat with talkative trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. The team find out if you can buy a stylish two-door coupe for less than 1,500 quid. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Blobfish Brothers: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts must evacuate sea creatures before an underwater volcano erupts. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:05am Suburgatory: Stiiiiiiill Horny: In the last episode of series three, Tessa joins a sewing group, George writes a song for his muse and the honeymoon period is over for Malik and Lisa. (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:20am Mike the Knight: Mike the Knight and the Tour of the Castle: Animated series about a young knight in training. Mike wants to give visitors to the castle a tour they'll never forget. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Frasier: Space Quest: Frasier is having a tough time finding some privacy, while Roz is busy debating the virtues of human contact. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:30am How I Met Your Mother: Game Night: Marshall invents a new game - Marshgammon - after winning previous game nights. Unfortunately no one but Marshall understands how to play it. (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 8:30am Peter Rabbit: The Tale of Old Rusty: Animated series. Peter and friends venture to Rocky Island to find the mysterious Old Rusty mentioned in Peter's father's journal. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Thunderbirds Are Go: Extraction: Animated series. When a father and son become trapped underground in a collapsed mining operation, Gordon must attempt a rescue while Virgil tries to shut the rig down. (30 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 8:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Unplugged: An anti-technology group calling themselves The Luddites power up an electromagnetic pulse device underneath London, crippling everything that uses electricity. (25 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:55am How I Met Your Mother: Cupcake: Ted and Victoria face their first relationship challenge when Victoria is offered a job in Germany. Marshall and Lily find themselves in some bother. (35 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:55am Sarah & Duck: Sound Jumble: Animation. When Sarah hears some interesting music on the radio, she and Duck try and recreate it. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:00am DIY SOS: The Big Build: Manchester: Inspirational home makeovers. Nick and the team are in Manchester where Rebecca and Steve are in urgent need of a triplet-friendly house transformation. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Dinner at Eight: Frasier and Niles decide to take Martin out for a tip-top meal but end up at his favourite restaurant - the Timber Mill House of Beef. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00am Frasier: The Good Son: The opening episode of the classic comedy series in which Dr Frasier Crane returns to Seattle with a new job as a radio psychiatrist. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00am Frasier: The Good Son: The opening episode of the classic comedy series in which Dr Frasier Crane returns to Seattle with a new job as a radio psychiatrist. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 9:00am Thunderbirds Are Go: The Hexpert: Animated series. A scientist accidentally locks herself inside a vault storing unstable matter. Parker has broken into one like this before and attempts to free her. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:00am Top Gear: Car chat with talkative trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. The team find out if you can buy a stylish two-door coupe for less than 1,500 quid. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 9:00am Top Gear: The boys return with more motoring fun and banter. Here, they head to Romania in search of the world's greatest road. Actor Eric Bana is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 9:20am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: On the menu this time is squid 'n' prawns spicy vegetable noodle broth, plus veggie chilli, crunchy tortilla and avocado salad. (25 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:25am Murder, She Wrote: Bite the Big Apple: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica investigates the murder of the previous tenant in her New York apartment. (55 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 9:25am Thunderbirds Are Go: Comet Chasers: Children's adventure series. It is 2060 and once again Halley's Comet is passing close to Earth. Alan and Scott have to mount a rescue in Thunderbird 3. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:30am Frasier: Space Quest: Frasier is having a tough time finding some privacy, while Roz is busy debating the virtues of human contact. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am Frasier: Space Quest: Frasier is having a tough time finding some privacy, while Roz is busy debating the virtues of human contact. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 9:30am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:30am Horrible Histories Specials:...: ...Staggering Storytellers. A special episode of the historical sketch show, taking a look at some of literature's greatest works and history's wackiest writers. (30 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 9:30am Horrible Histories Specials:...: ...Staggering Storytellers. A special episode of the historical sketch show, taking a look at some of literature's greatest works and history's wackiest writers. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 9:30am How I Met Your Mother: Game Night: Marshall invents a new game - Marshgammon - after winning previous game nights. Unfortunately no one but Marshall understands how to play it. (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:35am Coronation Street Omnibus: Leanne is delivered a baby bombshell. It is game on for Billy and Todd. Bethany is caught red-handed. (2 hours 50 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:40am Footy Pups: 30, 30. Formation: Preschool sports series. Rachel uses shapes to teach her team about playing in formation. At Pupton Park, it's the biggest game of the year, Cats v Dogs! Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:50am Thunderbirds Are Go: Designated Driver: Children's adventure series. Lady Penelope has tea with her great aunt Sylvia, then a pair of bumbling intruders attempt to kidnap the ladies. Alan to the rescue! (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 9:55am How I Met Your Mother: Cupcake: Ted and Victoria face their first relationship challenge when Victoria is offered a job in Germany. Marshall and Lily find themselves in some bother. (35 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:55am Topsy and Tim: Emergency Rescue: Live-action children's show. Mrs Higley-Pigley's cat, Tiger, is stuck up the tree outside Topsy and Tim's house. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:00am DIY SOS: The Big Build: Spalding: Inspirational property makeovers. Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team head to Spalding to transform the home of eight-year-old Dakota, who has cerebral palsy. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Dinner at Eight: Frasier and Niles decide to take Martin out for a tip-top meal but end up at his favourite restaurant - the Timber Mill House of Beef. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Dinner at Eight: Frasier and Niles decide to take Martin out for a tip-top meal but end up at his favourite restaurant - the Timber Mill House of Beef. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:00am It's Me Or The Dog: British dog expert Victoria Stilwell will need all the tricks of her trade as she heads across the Atlantic to help owners with their problematic pooches. (S4, ep 1) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00am Takeshi's Castle: Comedy game show voiced by Craig Charles. Contestants vie for a cash prize as they attempt to overcome the giant games fortifying Takeshi Kitano's castle. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 10:00am Top Gear: Four-wheeled fun with those car-crazed chums. Jezza tests out the Ferrari F12, while movie director Ron Howard is the star in the brand new Reasonably Priced Car. Happy days! (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 10:00am Top Gear: The boys return with more motoring fun and banter. Here, they head to Romania in search of the world's greatest road. Actor Eric Bana is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 10:05am Topsy and Tim: Broken Vase: Live-action children's show. Topsy, Tim and their friend Tony Welch accidentally break one of Mummy's vases. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:15am Jamillah & Aladdin: 22, 26. The Washed Away Planet: Drama series. Aladdin has to deliver a precious necklace, but when he drops it down a drain, he faces jail for losing it. Also in HD. (20 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 10:15am Thunderbirds Are Go: Chain of Command: Children's adventure series. Colonel Martin Janus takes over the GDF, imposing a strict set of restrictions on International Rescue - but is he all he seems? (30 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Murder, She Wrote: Night Fears: Murder mystery series. When Jessica is appointed lecturer in criminology, a jealous colleague challenges her to a contest to discover the identity of a vicious mugger. (1 hour) on ITV HD (103)
  • 10:25am Murder, She Wrote: Bite the Big Apple: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica investigates the murder of the previous tenant in her New York apartment. (55 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 10:30am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:30am Takeshi's Castle: Comedy game show voiced by Craig Charles. Contestants vie for a cash prize as they attempt to overcome the giant games fortifying Takeshi Kitano's castle. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 10:45am Thunderbirds Are Go: Touch and Go: Adventure series. Scott and Virgil handle a rescue mission involving a mid-air plane collision while Kayo infiltrates the bunker with the help of Thunderbird Shadow. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:50am Building the Dream: Charlie Luxton meets serial renovators Neil and Suzie, whose huge contemporary build in Cornwall is going to be grand, but they've not given themselves much time to complete it. (S5 Ep7, 9) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 11:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:00am Tom Kerridge's Best Ever Dishes: 6, 6. Lush Lunches: Tom Kerridge shows how to cook the best versions of the food everyone loves to eat. In this episode he livens up lunches, including the ultimate steak sandwich. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:00am Top Gear: Four-wheeled fun with those car-crazed chums. Jezza tests out the Ferrari F12, while movie director Ron Howard is the star in the brand new Reasonably Priced Car. Happy days! (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 11:10am Thunderbirds Are Go: Undercover: Reboot of the classic adventure series. An undercover sting operation involving Lady Penelope, Kayo and a heavily disguised Parker gets blown prematurely by the GDF. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:20am Murder, She Wrote: Night Fears: Murder mystery series. When Jessica is appointed lecturer in criminology, a jealous colleague challenges her to a contest to discover the identity of a vicious mugger. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 11:30am A Cook Abroad: Rick Stein's Australia: 5, 6. Cooking show. Rick Stein is in Australia, a country he fell in love with on his first visit at the age of 19, where he learns the art of cooking the Aboriginal way. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:35am Thunderbirds Are Go: Legacy: Animated adventure series. A number of carefully staged disasters involve everyone at International Rescue. Kayo discovers that the Hood is behind these acts of terrorism. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:00pm CSI: New York: Open and Shut: Crime drama series. A woman falls to her death from a rooftop after becoming embroiled in a deal with a scheming top model. Stella investigates a self-defence case. (S3 Ep 6) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 12:00pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Westpoint: Kate Bliss and David Harper provide the teams with expertise in Devon. Tim Wonnacott presides and finds time to visit A la Ronde, a unique 16-sided house in Exmouth. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:30pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:30pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:30pm Grandpa in My Pocket: Making the Most of Max: Comedy drama featuring a shrinking grandpa. Jason's cousin Max comes to visit Grandpa. Together they make a model caveman, but he meets with an accident. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:30pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:35pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:35pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 14, 20. Selfish Shellfish: Melody listens to watery music and imagines a story about a selfish shellfish. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:00pm Animal Saints and Sinners: Three-legged Rescue Dog and Fly-grazing Horse Rescue: Animal welfare officers investigate horses that are being illegally fly-grazed on local land. (S1, ep 5) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 1:00pm My Phone Genie: Side FX: Jasmine Hart downloads a Genie App to her phone which when opened gives her access to a real live Genie. Mobbsy gets ill and Gene's treatment has side effects. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:00pm The Goldbergs: A Kick-Ass Risky Business Party: Lainey, Erica and Barry plan a big party at Lainey's house while her father is away, but the gathering gets out of control. (S3 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:15pm Escape to the Country: Buyers are helped to find their dream homes. Denise Nurse helps a family with a budget of £400,000 find a country home in the expensive county of Surrey. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 1:20pm Horrible Histories: 13, 15. Song Special: Historical sketch show. Some of history's greatest characters serenade us with tales of their lives. Featuring the all-conquering Alexander the Great. (30 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 1:20pm Horrible Histories: 13, 15. Song Special: Historical sketch show. Some of history's greatest characters serenade us with tales of their lives. Featuring the all-conquering Alexander the Great. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:25pm Charlie and Lola: I Am Hurrying, I'm Almost Nearly Ready!: Children's animation. Charlie wants Lola to hurry so they are not late for school. Unfortunately, there are too many exciting distractions. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:30pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:30pm The Goldbergs: A Chorus Lie: Adam hits puberty and just as his voice is changing, he is given the lead in the school musical. Can he survive the performance by lip-synching? (S3 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:30pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:35pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:35pm Hairspray: (2007) Comedy musical. In 1960s USA, a Baltimore teen (Nikki Blonsky) confronts racism when she tries to integrate a racially segregated TV dance show. With John Travolta and Queen Latifah. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:35pm Hairspray: (2007) Comedy musical. In 1960s USA, a Baltimore teen (Nikki Blonsky) confronts racism when she tries to integrate a racially segregated TV dance show. With John Travolta and Queen Latifah. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 2:00pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine: New Captain: After Holt is transferred to the NYPD Department of Public Relations, the arrival of a new captain causes the precinct to dissolve into chaos. (S3 Ep1, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 6) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 2:00pm The Goldbergs: A Kick-Ass Risky Business Party: Lainey, Erica and Barry plan a big party at Lainey's house while her father is away, but the gathering gets out of control. (S3 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:25pm How to Be Epic @ Shakespeare: Marking 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare, this one-off special presents an unrivalled selection of experts. (15 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 2:25pm How to Be Epic @ Shakespeare: Marking 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare, this one-off special presents an unrivalled selection of experts. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 2:30pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Funeral: The precinct gets another personnel change, putting Peralta and Santiago's budding relationship at risk. Boyle is attracted to a fellow officer. (S3 Ep2, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 7) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 2:30pm My Parents are Aliens: Joshferatu: Brian decides that he is a vampire for Halloween. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm The Goldbergs: A Chorus Lie: Adam hits puberty and just as his voice is changing, he is given the lead in the school musical. Can he survive the performance by lip-synching? (S3 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:35pm Hairspray: (2007) Comedy musical. In 1960s USA, a Baltimore teen (Nikki Blonsky) confronts racism when she tries to integrate a racially segregated TV dance show. With John Travolta and Queen Latifah. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:40pm Footy Pups: 30, 30. Formation: Preschool sports series. Rachel uses shapes to teach her team about playing in formation. At Pupton Park, it's the biggest game of the year, Cats v Dogs! (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 2:45pm The Dumping Ground: 6, 20. Growing Pains: Drama series. Tee gets a taste of what life outside care might be like when she goes for her first college interview, but her day does not go according to plan. (35 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 2:45pm The Dumping Ground: 6, 20. Growing Pains: Tee goes for her first college interview, but it does not go according to plan. Also in HD. (35 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 2:55pm Topsy and Tim: Emergency Rescue: Live-action children's show. Mrs Higley-Pigley's cat, Tiger, is stuck up the tree outside Topsy and Tim's house. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 3:00pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine: New Captain: After Holt is transferred to the NYPD Department of Public Relations, the arrival of a new captain causes the precinct to dissolve into chaos. (S3 Ep1, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Chichester and Lymington: Discover heavenly homes on the coast with Jenni Falconer. A London woman is searching for a million pound holiday retreat in Hampshire or West Sussex. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Perfect Parents: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry discovers that sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 8) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Locomotive Manipulation: Love is in the air when Amy manages to convince Sheldon to join her for a romantic train trip to Napa Valley to celebrate Valentine's Day. (S7 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:05pm Topsy and Tim: Broken Vase: Live-action children's show. Topsy, Tim and their friend Tony Welch accidentally break one of Mummy's vases. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 3:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Single Sock Saga: Animated adventures. It is sock sorting time again, but this time Henry finds he has got a secret helper - if it can be called help! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:15pm Jamillah & Aladdin: 22, 26. The Washed Away Planet: Drama series. Aladdin has to deliver a precious necklace, but when he drops it down a drain, he faces jail for losing it. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 3:15pm Kangaroo Dundee and Other Animals Pt...: ...1 - Natural World. In the Australian Outback, the world's most famous 'kangaroo mum' is expanding operations. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:20pm The Dumping Ground: 7, 20. Submarine: Drama series. Unsure of where she fits in, Sasha is glad when an old friend seems to show an interest in her. But does he really have her best interests at heart? (30 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 3:20pm The Dumping Ground: 7, 20. Submarine: Drama series. Unsure of where she fits in, Sasha is glad when an old friend seems to show an interest in her. But does he really have her best interests at heart? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:30pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Funeral: The precinct gets another personnel change, putting Peralta and Santiago's budding relationship at risk. Boyle is attracted to a fellow officer. (S3 Ep2, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Tells the Truth: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry discovers that telling the truth is not always easy, especially when it is Moody Margaret. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 9) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Table Polarization: Leonard buys a dining table for the flat, but Sheldon objects to such a big change inside his home. Howard gets the chance to return to space. (S7 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:35pm The Flintstones: Live-action version starring John Goodman and Elizabeth Perkins, 1994. A stone-age tale of cheating in an aptitude test, false promotion and an embezzlement plot (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 3:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Phantom Phone: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. Henry has finally got his very own mobile phone - or has he? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:50pm The Dumping Ground: 8, 20. First Past the Post: Drama series. Election fever strikes the Dumping Ground as Tyler and Floss battle it out over a place on a forum for children in care. (30 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 3:50pm The Dumping Ground: 8, 20. First Past the Post: Drama series. Election fever strikes the Dumping Ground as Tyler and Floss battle it out over a place on a forum for children in care. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Whitstable: Coastal property-hunting with Jenni Falconer. A London couple want to get out of the city and find an idyllic seaside cottage in Whitstable for £300,000. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Turbulence: In an attempt to improve their strained friendship, Howard invites Sheldon to visit Nasa with him. Penny is upset when her car breaks down. (S7 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Locomotive Manipulation: Love is in the air when Amy manages to convince Sheldon to join her for a romantic train trip to Napa Valley to celebrate Valentine's Day. (S7 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:15pm Kangaroo Dundee and Other Animals Pt...: ...2 - Natural World. A clash with Roger the kangaroo has left Brolga on crutches and put his plans on hold. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 4:20pm The Dumping Ground: 9, 20. Survivors: Everyone misses Mike, so Kazima suggests a trip out to raise the young people's spirits. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Mommy Observation: Sheldon pays a surprise visit to his mother in Houston and is forced to confront a new reality. Raj throws a murder mystery-themed dinner party. (S7 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Table Polarization: Leonard buys a dining table for the flat, but Sheldon objects to such a big change inside his home. Howard gets the chance to return to space. (S7 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:40pm The Flintstones: Live-action version starring John Goodman and Elizabeth Perkins, 1994. A stone-age tale of cheating in an aptitude test, false promotion and an embezzlement plot (40 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 4:50pm The Dumping Ground: 10, 20. The End of It All: Drama series. With the clock ticking, Ryan pursues a high-risk strategy to get Mike reinstated at Ashdene Ridge. But can he pull off his master plan? Also in HD. (35 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Cornwall: Sun-drenched property series with Jenni Falconer. A couple dreaming of idyllic family holidays in Cornwall have a property budget of half a million pounds. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Turbulence: In an attempt to improve their strained friendship, Howard invites Sheldon to visit Nasa with him. Penny is upset when her car breaks down. (S7 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: Buckle up for more four-wheeled fun. The boys try to solve Britain's flood problems by building a car that moonlights as a hovercraft! Movie star Hugh Jackman goes for a spin. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:20pm Nanny McPhee: Family drama starring Emma Thompson and Colin Firth, 2005. A widowed father who cannot manage his seven children seeks the help of a scary nanny with magical powers (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 5:25pm Gangsta Granny: Comedy drama based on David Walliams's children's book. Ben hates spending time with his boring granny while his parents are away. Little does he know that his granny has a secret. Also in HD. (1 hour 5 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 13) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Mommy Observation: Sheldon pays a surprise visit to his mother in Houston and is forced to confront a new reality. Raj throws a murder mystery-themed dinner party. (S7 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:50pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 5:50pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm Attenborough's Life That Glows: Sir David Attenborough reveals the secrets of living lights. Using new technology, this film explores the remarkable and hitherto unseen world of bioluminescence. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 44, 52. Busy Buzzers: Small and Major Clanger discover a bowl of glow honey in a crater. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Pembrokeshire: Jenni Falconer explores some sensational seaside homes. An ex-Navy couple have an exacting wish list when they search for an affordable property in Pembrokeshire. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 6:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S8, ep 14) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00pm Top Gear: The boys return with more motoring fun and banter. Here, they head to Romania in search of the world's greatest road. Actor Eric Bana is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. The Porridge Tower: Animated adventures. Abney is making porridge bread, but he just can't get the recipe right. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:15pm The Lion King: (1994) Animation. The young heir to a lion pride goes into exile when his wicked uncle persuades him he was responsible for his father's death, later to return and claim his birthright. (1 hour 45 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:15pm The Lion King: (1994) Animation. The young heir to a lion pride goes into exile when his wicked uncle persuades him he was responsible for his father's death, later to return and claim his birthright. (1 hour 45 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:25pm Nanny McPhee: Family drama starring Emma Thompson and Colin Firth, 2005. A widowed father who cannot manage his seven children seeks the help of a scary nanny with magical powers (50 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 6:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S9, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:50pm Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:00pm Hetty Feather: Changes: Drama series set in Victorian-era London. Gideon tells a lie, which gets Hetty into trouble, and Matron has mysteriously disappeared. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S9, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 7:00pm Top Gear: The gang swap cars for vans to find out what it takes to roadie for the world's best rock band. And Hammond drives the first new car that's built to take on the Porsche 911. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 7:00pm Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - Summer...: ...Special 2016. The doctors return to do more science research on the nation's behalf. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:15pm Liar Liar: Family comedy starring Jim Carrey and Maura Tierney, 1997. When a boy makes a wish that his father, a slick lawyer, would tell the truth for one day, the wish comes true (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 7:15pm The Lion King: (1994) Animation. The young heir to a lion pride goes into exile when his wicked uncle persuades him he was responsible for his father's death, later to return and claim his birthright. (1 hour 45 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate primates from all over the world. (S9, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 8:00pm Grand Designs: Rebecca and Gregory have a highly ambitious plan to transform a small, damp, single-storey bungalow in Cornwall into a cutting-edge home, and are determined to do much of it by themselves. (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Indecision Amalgamation: Raj faces a dating dilemma, Penny can't decide whether to accept a role in a terrible film, and Sheldon chooses between two gaming systems. (S7 Ep19, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:00pm Thor: (2011) Action fantasy. Thor, the Norse god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth), is banished to Earth for provoking conflict. In his absence his adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) plans a coup. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00pm Thor: (2011) Action fantasy. Thor, the Norse god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth), is banished to Earth for provoking conflict. In his absence his adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) plans a coup. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:00pm Top Gear: Polar Challenge: The lads don thermals for this special edition of the motoring magazine. In a punishing challenge, they attempt to race from Northern Canada to the North Pole. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 8:20pm Liar Liar: Family comedy starring Jim Carrey and Maura Tierney, 1997. When a boy makes a wish that his father, a slick lawyer, would tell the truth for one day, the wish comes true (40 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:30pm My Life: We Live in a Zoo: 2, 10. Documentary series. Brother and sister Milo and Ella reveal what happened when their dad bought their very own zoo when it was threatened with closure. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Matrimonial Momentum: Penny struggles with Leonard's confession that he kissed another woman. Sheldon doesn't know how to act when Amy breaks up with him. (S9 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 9:00pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 9:00pm Identity Thief: (2013) Crime comedy with Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy. When an accountant's identity is stolen by a conwoman, he tracks her down to bring her to justice. Strong language, violence. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 9:00pm Silent Witness: Body 21: Part One: Feature-length episode of the forensics drama starring Emilia Fox. The team is approached by a support group of survivors from a recent train crash. (2 hours 30 minutes) on Drama (20)
  • 9:00pm Stop Search Seize: Join Ireland's Customs teams as they, with the help of the Irish police, try to stop organised smugglers from bringing drugs, cars and even exotic animals into the country. (S1, ep 6) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 9:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Indecision Amalgamation: Raj faces a dating dilemma, Penny can't decide whether to accept a role in a terrible film, and Sheldon chooses between two gaming systems. (S7 Ep19, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:00pm The Secret Agent: 1, 3. London, 1886. Verloc is paid by the Russian Embassy to spy on an anarchist cell. The Russians demand that Verloc orchestrates a bomb attack. Contains some upsetting scenes. (1 hour) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 9:00pm The Secret Agent: 1, 3. London, 1886. Verloc is paid by the Russian Embassy to spy on an anarchist cell. The Russians demand that Verloc orchestrates a bomb attack. Contains some upsetting scenes. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:00pm Thor: (2011) Action fantasy. Thor, the Norse god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth), is banished to Earth for provoking conflict. In his absence his adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) plans a coup. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm Very British Problems: The show about how Brits struggle with social awkwardness continues with comics and celebrities sharing their Very British Problems with Friends, from texting to weddings. (S2 Ep2) (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Matrimonial Momentum: Penny struggles with Leonard's confession that he kissed another woman. Sheldon doesn't know how to act when Amy breaks up with him. (S9 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 10:00pm Family Guy: Jerome Is the New Black: Animated comedy. Peter and the guys interview potential friends to fill the vacancy left by Cleveland, while Brian discovers that Quagmire hates him. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:00pm Identity Thief: (2013) Crime comedy with Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy. When an accountant's identity is stolen by a conwoman, he tracks her down to bring her to justice. Strong language, violence. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4+1 (45)
  • 10:00pm Lewis: Old Unhappy Far Off Things: A reunion at Oxford's last all-female college ends in tragedy when one of the alumnae is killed. Is it connected to an attack there ten years before? (2 hours) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:00pm New: Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S5, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00pm Very British Problems: Comics and celebrities share their Very British Problems on holiday, from how to discourage unwanted vacation friends to relief at the holiday ending and finally going home. (S2 Ep3) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 10:15pm Dredd: (2012) Sci-fi thriller. The lawman and brutal anti-hero Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) must fight countless vicious thugs when he's trapped in a huge building. Strong language, gory violence. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:15pm Dredd: (2012) Sci-fi thriller. The lawman and brutal anti-hero Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) must fight countless vicious thugs when he's trapped in a huge building. Strong language, gory violence. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:30pm Family Guy: Dog Gone: Animated comedy. After Brian accidentally kills another dog and no-one seems to care, he tries to convince them they should value the life of a dog the same as a human. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:30pm New: Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations, major drug busts and murder investigations. (S5, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 10:30pm One Night in 2012 - An Imagine Special: Alan Yentob tells the story of London's Olympic Opening Ceremony as seen through the eyes of its artistic director Danny Boyle and his creative team. (1 hour 40 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 10:30pm One Night in 2012 - An Imagine Special: Alan Yentob tells the story of London's Olympic Opening Ceremony as seen through the eyes of its artistic director Danny Boyle and his creative team. Also in HD. (1 hour 40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 10:45pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 10:45pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 11:00pm Family Guy: Business Guy: Animated US comedy about family life. When Carter slips into a coma, Lois lets Peter run Pewterschmidt Industries. Overcome by power, Peter fires the entire board. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:00pm Lewis: Old Unhappy Far Off Things: A reunion at Oxford's last all-female college ends in tragedy when one of the alumnae is killed. Is it connected to an attack there ten years before? (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:15pm Dredd: (2012) Sci-fi thriller. The lawman and brutal anti-hero Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) must fight countless vicious thugs when he's trapped in a huge building. Strong language, gory violence. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:30pm American Dad!: Why Can't We Be Friends?: Animated series. When Stan feels that Snot isn't cool enough to be friends with Steve, he initiates a plan that lands him in the witness protection program. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:45pm Casino Royale: Action-packed Bond thriller starring Daniel Craig and Eva Green, 2006. The newly-qualified '00' agent is sent to investigate a banker suspected of financing international terrorism (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 11:45pm The Client: Fast-paced thriller starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones, 1994. A boy holds vital information about a politician's murder and must rely on a female lawyer to protect him (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • Monday 18th July

  • 12:00am American Dad!: Adventures in Hayleysitting: Animated series. When the babysitter cancels, Stan and Francine reluctantly leave Steve with Hayley. He decides to sneak off to party with the cool kids. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:00am Family Guy: Business Guy: Animated US comedy about family life. When Carter slips into a coma, Lois lets Peter run Pewterschmidt Industries. Overcome by power, Peter fires the entire board. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:00am Gold Coast Cops: Documentary following the lives of the Rapid Action & Patrols Group based on the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia, policing everything from bike gangs to drug heists. (S1, ep 5) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am My Dream Derelict Home: A couple in Stilton need to make their budget work for them in order to transform their tumbledown cottage into a dream home. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 12:05am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:05am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:05am Kinky Britain: This entertaining documentary follows the growing number of British amateur filmmakers who are making a fortune delivering other people's fantasies on tape. (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 12:10am Father Ted: A Song for Europe: Ted and Dougal decide to enter the Eurosong Contest. With inspired lyrics, a jaunty tune and the right attitude, they stand a good chance. Don't they? (S2 Ep5, 10) (30 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 12:10am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite viewers think of Take Me Out, Tattoo Fixers, Dunblane: Our Story, Steve Backshall's Extreme Mountain Challenge, Doctor Thorne and University Challenge? (S7 Ep4) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 12:10am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (55 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:10am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (55 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 12:30am American Dad!: Why Can't We Be Friends?: Animated series. When Stan feels that Snot isn't cool enough to be friends with Steve, he initiates a plan that lands him in the witness protection program. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:30am Gold Coast Cops: Documentary following the lives of the Rapid Action & Patrols Group based on the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia, policing everything from bike gangs to drug heists. (S1, ep 6) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:30am The Cleveland Show: Love Rollercoaster: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Roberta's new teacher encourages her to alter her appearance, but the makeover creates a problem for Cleveland Jr. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:40am Father Ted: The Plague: Father Dougal is excited about his pet rabbit, Sampras, while Bishop Brennan is due to arrive to investigate a case of suspected nude sleepwalking by Father Jack. (S2 Ep6, 10) (35 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 12:55am CSI: New York: US crime series. CSI is called to a Brooklyn housing project to investigate the murder of a successful businessman who still felt the pull of his old neighbourhood. (S8 Ep 17) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 12:55am The Client: Fast-paced thriller starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones, 1994. A boy holds vital information about a politician's murder and must rely on a female lawyer to protect him (1 hour 10 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 1:00am My Dream Derelict Home: Property dreams come true. Stephen and Jo can't afford to chicken out of their ambitious building project as they turn a pigsty and hen coop into their dream retirement home. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 1:00am The Cleveland Show: Our Gang: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Cleveland takes a group of delinquent teens under his wing, much to the delight of their parents, but he soon encounters problems. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:05am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:05am Date My Mum: In this heart-warming documentary two single mums are given the chance to find love online, but there's a catch: their children are in control of finding them a partner. (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:05am Date My Mum: In this heart-warming documentary two single mums are given the chance to find love online, but there's a catch: their children are in control of finding them a partner. (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:10am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite viewers think of Take Me Out, Tattoo Fixers, Dunblane: Our Story, Steve Backshall's Extreme Mountain Challenge, Doctor Thorne and University Challenge? (S7 Ep4) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 1:10am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:15am Containment: Brand new series - Pilot: Tense US drama exploring what happens as a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, Georgia, and a vast urban quarantine is quickly enforced. (Ep1, 13) (55 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:15am Very British Problems: The show about how Brits struggle with social awkwardness continues with comics and celebrities sharing their Very British Problems with Friends, from texting to weddings. (S2 Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:55am Horizon: Who's Afraid of a Big Black...: ...Hole? What was there before the big bang? Scientists believe that black holes could hold the answer. However, researching them is next to impossible. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 2:00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Dorset: Jenni Falconer hunts down stunning seaside properties. She helps a family search for a permanent home on Dorset's Jurassic coast with a budget of 500,000 pounds. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 2:05am Date My Mum: In this heart-warming documentary two single mums are given the chance to find love online, but there's a catch: their children are in control of finding them a partner. (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:15am Containment: Brand new series - Pilot: Tense US drama exploring what happens as a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, Georgia, and a vast urban quarantine is quickly enforced. (Ep1, 13) (55 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:20am Very British Problems: Comics and celebrities share their Very British Problems on holiday, from how to discourage unwanted vacation friends to relief at the holiday ending and finally going home. (S2 Ep3) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:50am Holby City: Children of Men: Mo struggles with a big choice about her future. Mikey causes more trouble for Fletch when he arrives at Holby. Isaac sets out to impress Ric after a rocky start. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:00am Celebrity Fantasy Homes: Celebrities hunt for a new home. Gaby Roslin helps punk-pop princess Toyah Willcox search for a second home, in Richmond upon Thames, with a budget of 650,000 pounds. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 3:05am 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Coming Out Party: When Caroline's grandmother wakes from a four-year coma, she has no knowledge of the financial scandal that engulfed her family. (S5 Ep7, 22) (20 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:10am GPs: Behind Closed Doors: The doctors of Balham Park Surgery take third year medical students Tanguy and Kathryn under their wing to help them gain valuable hands-on experience. (S3 Ep 39) (50 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 3:25am 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Basketball Jones: Oleg's cousin, a top basketball player, comes to town to play in a game against Max's favourite team and gives her free tickets. (S5 Ep8, 22) (20 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:45am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 15 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:05am 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Coming Out Party: When Caroline's grandmother wakes from a four-year coma, she has no knowledge of the financial scandal that engulfed her family. (S5 Ep7, 22) (20 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:25am 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Basketball Jones: Oleg's cousin, a top basketball player, comes to town to play in a game against Max's favourite team and gives her free tickets. (S5 Ep8, 22) (20 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:30am Highway Patrol: Drug Family: Documentary series following Australia's traffic enforcers. Officers face high-speed chases, defiant hooligans, explosive crashes and out-of-control drunk drivers. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 4:45am Hollyoaks Omnibus: Ste is struggling as Cameron continues to lead him into temptation. Lisa is out for revenge when she overhears a conversation about herself. And there's trouble on the leavers' boat. (2 hours 15 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:50am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 4:50am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 5:00am Highway Patrol: Documentary series following Australia's traffic enforcers. Officers face high-speed chases, defiant hooligans, explosive crashes and out-of-control drunk drivers. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30am Highway Patrol: Documentary series following Australia's traffic enforcers. Officers face high-speed chases, defiant hooligans, explosive crashes and out-of-control drunk drivers. (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:50am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 5, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team has advice on saving money on household bills and making money on the journey to and from work. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Brains and Eggs: Season one of the US sitcom about four aliens who arrive on Earth and assume human identities to observe life on the planet. Dick gets a job as a college physics professor. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Brains and Eggs: Season one of the US sitcom about four aliens who arrive on Earth and assume human identities to observe life on the planet. Dick gets a job as a college physics professor. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Goes Bang: Stop-frame animation about a lamb at nursery school. After hearing thunder during a storm, Timmy becomes fixated by loud noises, banging anything he can find. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Post-Nasal Dick: When Tommy catches a cold from a fellow student, the other aliens also get sick for the first time, and become convinced that they're dying. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Post-Nasal Dick: When Tommy catches a cold from a fellow student, the other aliens also get sick for the first time, and become convinced that they're dying. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 5, 20. The team are in Farnham to help a couple turn their bare garden into a flower-filled haven. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:50am Minder: A Number of Old Wives' Tales: Arthur gets involved with Clive Cosgrove, who has several businesses run by women - but it turns out that he is married to all of them. (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: Teacher's Pet: Animated series. Eric has to evade Pamplemoose if he wants to join the gang at their cool new Sidekick school. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick's First Birthday: When Dick realises that, in human terms, he is considered to be past his prime, he tries to look younger by dyeing his hair black and wearing unsuitable clothes. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick's First Birthday: When Dick realises that, in human terms, he is considered to be past his prime, he tries to look younger by dyeing his hair black and wearing unsuitable clothes. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: Noisy: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos find that playing with a radio can have very noisy consequences. Back in the boat, the Stop-Go Car comes to visit. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Brains and Eggs: Season one of the US sitcom about four aliens who arrive on Earth and assume human identities to observe life on the planet. Dick gets a job as a college physics professor. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: Big Head Awakens: Animated series. DM must save his reputation and the world when Squawkencluck's artificially intelligent defence super-computer goes insane. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 5, 15. Wilton's Music Hall: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Wilton's Music Hall in London to look at a restoration project with a difference. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:35am Hollyoaks: Zack encourages Sonia to follow her dreams at HCC, while Kim will stop at nothing to get her job back. Grace manipulates Esther with a favour that could put her friendship with Kim at risk. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Post-Nasal Dick: When Tommy catches a cold from a fellow student, the other aliens also get sick for the first time, and become convinced that they're dying. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Eggsitting: Preschool puppet show. The Furchesters have to keep an egg safe in the lobby when the ceiling starts to fall down. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:00am Close Calls: On Camera: Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. When a building site worker digs up a World War II bomb, 3,000 Londoners are moved out of their homes. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00am Emmerdale: Chrissie fears for her father. Tracy makes a choice. Robert returns to form. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick's First Birthday: When Dick realises that, in human terms, he is considered to be past his prime, he tries to look younger by dyeing his hair black and wearing unsuitable clothes. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Monster Map: The Octonauts meet a playful octopus with all kinds of surprising abilities. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Top Gear: Motor mayhem. A trip to Italy for a supercar shootout featuring the Lamborghini Aventador, the McLaren MP4-12C and the Noble M600. Has will.i.am got the X Factor on the track? (50 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: Raggles' Stupendous Breakfast Treat: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Raggles is thrilled when Big Bear allows him to stay over. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Coronation Street: David and Kylie look to the future. Gemma makes a stand. Kate gives Caz the boot. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:30am Frasier: I Hate Frasier Crane: Frasier becomes the target of a hate campaign organised by a local newspaper columnist, and Martin and Daphne encourage him to fight back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:30am Frasier: I Hate Frasier Crane: Frasier becomes the target of a hate campaign organised by a local newspaper columnist, and Martin and Daphne encourage him to fight back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:35am Hollyoaks: Zack encourages Sonia to follow her dreams at HCC, while Kim will stop at nothing to get her job back. Grace manipulates Esther with a favour that could put her friendship with Kim at risk. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:35am The Royal: It's What's on the Inside that Counts: Medical drama series. Dr Weatherill gets embroiled in an ethical battle when the parents of a dangerously ill newborn oppose treatment. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:55am Jamie's Super Food: Jamie Oliver cooks a supercharged 'health bomb' breakfast of black rice pudding and exotic fruit; roasted salmon and ginger rice; and seared turmeric chicken with hummus. (Ep6, 7) (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00am Coronation Street: David and Kylie say a final goodbye. Freddie takes a step back. Chesney, Gemma and Craig each blame themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00am DIY SOS: Bridgwater: DIY disasters are remedied by the SOS team. In Bridgwater they meet David Robinson, who was discharged from the army for medical reasons after being injured in Iraq. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Here's Looking at You: When Martin meets a woman while tinkering with his telescope, Frasier encourages the romance, but his father is suddenly hesitant. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Here's Looking at You: When Martin meets a woman while tinkering with his telescope, Frasier encourages the romance, but his father is suddenly hesitant. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00am Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 9:00am The Goldbergs: Big Baby Ball: When Mr Meller singles out Adam during dodgeball, Beverly intervenes and gets him fired. But then Murray and Adam see Meller in a new light. (S2 Ep6, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. It's a big day for four-year-old Lucy as she settles into her school at Mere Green. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:10am Bing: Lost: Bing takes his Hoppity Voosh toy to the park to see the ducks and play on the slide. But when he heads to Amma's house to get cleaned up, he leaves Hoppity behind. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Bing: Jingly Shoes: Children's animation. Bing finds his old baby shoes. They are much too small for Bing now, but when they fit baby Charlie he has a hard time letting them go. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 6, 10. The team meets a man who has been struggling with money since a life-changing incident. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:25am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:25am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30am DIY SOS: Bowled Over in Oxford: Nick Knowles leads the team as they rescue another hapless amateur decorator. In Oxford, the Barker family have stalled on their bungalow extension. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:30am Frasier: I Hate Frasier Crane: Frasier becomes the target of a hate campaign organised by a local newspaper columnist, and Martin and Daphne encourage him to fight back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Beta Test Initiation: Leonard and Penny put their relationship through a 'beta test' and report problems with each other as 'bugs'. Sheldon and Amy seek internet fame. (S5 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Beta Test Initiation: Leonard and Penny put their relationship through a 'beta test' and report problems with each other as 'bugs'. Sheldon and Amy seek internet fame. (S5 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30am The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Here's Looking at You: When Martin meets a woman while tinkering with his telescope, Frasier encourages the romance, but his father is suddenly hesitant. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Mr Bean: In the Wild: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean goes deep into the countryside in search of the perfect wildlife photograph. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Contraction: After Sheldon keeps him awake all night, an irate Leonard decides he needs to break the roommate agreement, which formally ends their friendship. (S5 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Contraction: After Sheldon keeps him awake all night, an irate Leonard decides he needs to break the roommate agreement, which formally ends their friendship. (S5 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:00am The Goldbergs: Big Baby Ball: When Mr Meller singles out Adam during dodgeball, Beverly intervenes and gets him fired. But then Murray and Adam see Meller in a new light. (S2 Ep6, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:15am Mr Bean: Missing Teddy: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Bean tracks down the men responsible for kidnapping his teddy - only to find he is not their only captive! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Scorpion: Djibouti Call: US military drama series. The team must save Cabe and his protege Tim when they are captured during a secret mission in Djibouti, Africa. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:25am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:25am Wolfblood: 1, 13. Lone Wolf: Fantasy drama series. Teenager Maddy Smith is hiding an extraordinary secret. When new boy Rhydian turns up at school, Maddy's world gets a lot more complicated. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 10:30am Mr Bean: No Parking: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean takes his teddy to the cinema but has trouble finding a parking space. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Beta Test Initiation: Leonard and Penny put their relationship through a 'beta test' and report problems with each other as 'bugs'. Sheldon and Amy seek internet fame. (S5 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:30am The Goldbergs: A Goldberg Thanksgiving: Beverly challenges Erica to participate in Jazzercise after Erica says her mum's obsession is sad. Marvin visits at Thanksgiving. (S2 Ep7, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:30am The Simpsons: My Mother the Carjacker: Homer's long-lost mother (guest star Glenn Close) arranges to meet Homer, but after she is apprehended by the police Homer must free her from a prison bus. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:30am The Simpsons: My Mother the Carjacker: Homer's long-lost mother (guest star Glenn Close) arranges to meet Homer, but after she is apprehended by the police Homer must free her from a prison bus. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:45am Mr Bean: Bean's Bounty: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. A local archaeology dig inspires Mr Bean to go hunting for treasure. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:55am Murder, She Wrote: The Fixer-Upper: Murder mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica Fletcher looks into a murder in the real estate business - for which her niece is the prime suspect. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:55am Wolfblood: 2, 13. Mysterious Developments: Fantasy drama series. Rhydian and Maddy discover startling truths about other wolfbloods, but have they found out in time to rescue Shannon and Tom? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:00am Ghost Adventures: Moundsville Penitentiary: The first series of the terrifying adventures of ghost hunters Zak, Nick and Aaron. The boys spend the night in a violent prison bursting with ghosts. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 11:00am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Favourite Day: It's Be Nice to Your Brother Day and Henry's got the chance to win a Gross DVD if he can be nice to Peter all day. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Friendship Contraction: After Sheldon keeps him awake all night, an irate Leonard decides he needs to break the roommate agreement, which formally ends their friendship. (S5 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00am The Simpsons: The President Wore Pearls: Principal Skinner cancels sport, art and music at the school to save money, prompting the students go on strike, along with the police. Michael Moore guest stars. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:00am The Simpsons: The President Wore Pearls: Principal Skinner cancels sport, art and music at the school to save money, prompting the students go on strike, along with the police. Michael Moore guest stars. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 11:15am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Best Boys Club Sleepover: The adventures of the anti-hero. When Peter has a sleepover, Henry decides if you can't beat them, then you just have to join them. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:25am Wolfblood: 3, 13. Family Ties: Teenager Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. A school project reminds Rhydian how alone he is without his own wolfblood family. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:30am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Hiccups: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. How horrid can you be when you've got the hiccups? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:30am The Simpsons: My Mother the Carjacker: Homer's long-lost mother (guest star Glenn Close) arranges to meet Homer, but after she is apprehended by the police Homer must free her from a prison bus. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:45am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Alien Invasion: When Moody Margaret starts being nice to Henry, there can only be one explanation - she's been taken over by aliens! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:00pm Border Security: Canada's...: ...Front Line. Trouble looms for a young Asian woman carrying someone else's bag, and a pair of Canadians return from a concert in California with more than a T-shirt. (S1, ep 13) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: The Bride Wore Black: Paranormal tales told by those who captured their experiences on tape. A spirit is caught on camera in Victorian dress, and a bride catches sight of a spook. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00pm The Simpsons: The President Wore Pearls: Principal Skinner cancels sport, art and music at the school to save money, prompting the students go on strike, along with the police. Michael Moore guest stars. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Four-wheeled fun. Richard heads to the US to compare F1 and NASCAR. Jezza and James travel to Beijing to probe China's car industry. And future host Matt Le Blanc stops by! (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Leominster, Hay: Natasha Raskin presents from Hay-on-Wye, with experts Paul Laidlaw and Kate Bliss. Two husband-and-wife teams do battle to buy items that will make a profit. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:15pm Emmerdale: Chrissie fears for her father. Tracy makes a choice. Robert returns to form. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:30pm Nowhere Boys: 1, 13. Drama series. Four boys must put aside their differences when they become lost in the woods during an orienteering exercise on the outskirts of their hometown. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:45pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie look to the future. Gemma makes a stand. Kate gives Caz the boot. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 15, 20. Tiptoe Troll: Melody imagines a story about trolls stealing treasure - including the king's crown. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:55pm Nowhere Boys: 2, 13. Drama series. After their survival, Felix, Andy, Jake and Sam return to their lives, but are shocked that their families and friends no longer recognise them. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:00pm Heartbeat: Sympathy for the Devil: Mike is drawn into a controversial involvement with a woman staying in the village. Vernon's venture into goat's milk leaves Bernie at the end of his tether. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Come On: Barney slaps Ted when he says he wants to pursue Robin. Later, in frustration at Robin's camping trip with Sandy, Ted performs a rain dance to keep her at home. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:00pm Mr Bean: Artful Bean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean gets a real bug for painting. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. It's a big day for four-year-old Lucy as she settles into her school at Mere Green. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Lost: Bing takes his Hoppity Voosh toy to the park to see the ducks and play on the slide. But when he heads to Amma's house to get cleaned up, he leaves Hoppity behind. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Jingly Shoes: Children's animation. Bing finds his old baby shoes. They are much too small for Bing now, but when they fit baby Charlie he has a hard time letting them go. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Coronation Street: David and Kylie say a final goodbye. Freddie takes a step back. Chesney, Gemma and Craig each blame themselves. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Ricky and Nate's relationship continues its downward spiral. Tori is rattled when the victims of a shooting arrive at the hospital. Matt makes a snap decision to travel with Maddy. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:15pm Mr Bean: The Fly: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean declares war when he finds a fly in his room, and searches for ever more outlandish weapons. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:25pm Nowhere Boys: 3, 13. Drama series. The boys' survival instincts kick into gear as they scavenge for food and set up a home in a derelict shed, continuing to come to terms with their new reality. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Where Were We?: Ted's romantic luck is bolstered by his new relationship with Robin, who has yet to reveal her love of guns. However, Marshall is feeling down after his split from Lily. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:30pm Mr Bean: Mime Games: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is chased home by an angry mime artist. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Mr Bean: A Spring Clean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean tries his hand at a spot of DIY plumbing. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 6, 40. Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. Sean flirts with young mother Charlene Waters and tells her he can find the person who stole her car. Also in HD. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Gets a Job: Dad encourages Henry to take a Saturday job, but he recruits someone to do it for him. Meanwhile Peter is proving that the early bird catches the worm! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Come On: Barney slaps Ted when he says he wants to pursue Robin. Later, in frustration at Robin's camping trip with Sandy, Ted performs a rain dance to keep her at home. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Wheaton Recurrence: Leonard tells Penny that he loves her. The gang go bowling and find that Sheldon's enemy Wil Wheaton is playing in the opposing team. (S3 Ep19, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:05pm Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:05pm Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 2:05pm The Royal: Duty Bound: Medical drama series. Goodwin finds that a woman scorned is a formidable enemy - especially when she is one of his patients. Samantha takes action to erase the past. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 2:15pm An Island Parish: Falklands: 1, 6. Changing Times: Series following the Falkland Islands' community. The Rev Hines prepares for Palm Sunday, while Hattie and Kevin cook up a feast for their end-of-season party. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:15pm Horrid Henry: Perfect Peter's Pen Pal: The animated adventures of the anti-hero. Perfect Peter's perfect pen pal, Super Sammy, comes to stay. But is he really Super - or just downright Slimy? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Crime drama series. The NCIS get a surprising revelation while trying to track down a serial killer. McGee joins Abby south of the border, where she is giving a speech. (S7 Ep 22) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: Cheshire: Property series. Jules Hudson is house hunting in Cheshire with a couple who want their £400,000 budget to provide them with a rural life. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Perfect Plant: Animated adventures of the anti-hero. Peter and Henry play at being gardeners, but when nature starts to take over the results are disastrous! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Where Were We?: Ted's romantic luck is bolstered by his new relationship with Robin, who has yet to reveal her love of guns. However, Marshall is feeling down after his split from Lily. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Spaghetti Catalyst: Sheldon hides his friendship with Penny from Leonard, but it isn't long before his double life is exposed. Can he remain friends with both of them? (S3 Ep20, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry, Horrid Headmaster: Henry thinks being Headmaster for the day will be like being King for the Day - only it's not! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:00pm DIY SOS: The Big Build Children in...: ...Need Special. Liverpool: Nick Knowles and the team take on a special build in aid of Children In Need. In Liverpool, they refurbish the crumbling Norris Green Youth Centre. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm Nothing To Declare: Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the men and women who defend Australia from drug runners, illegal immigrants and terrorists. (S1, ep 21) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Wheaton Recurrence: Leonard tells Penny that he loves her. The gang go bowling and find that Sheldon's enemy Wil Wheaton is playing in the opposing team. (S3 Ep19, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:05pm Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:10pm Africa: 1, 6. Kalahari: David Attenborough explores the wildlife of two deserts in Africa's south west corner. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 6, 20. Marlborough: Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers are in Marlborough, competing to transform a garden into a wildlife haven with a budget of £6,000. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Spaghetti Catalyst: Sheldon hides his friendship with Penny from Leonard, but it isn't long before his double life is exposed. Can he remain friends with both of them? (S3 Ep20, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: Chaos in the Cafe: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Accident-prone Mr Whoops looks after the cafe while Miss Smiley is away. Grandpa helps out. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:00pm How I Met Your Mother: The Scorpion and the Toad: Marshall has a string of ill-fated nights out with Barney in a bid to meet new women. He eventually goes on a date, but bumps into Lily. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: Sweet Caroline's Ghost: Chilling ghost tales told by those who recorded their hauntings. Footage reveals a murderous entity named The Gray Man, and a child spirit named Molly. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:00pm My Parents Are Aliens: Nobody's Perfect: Since Brian and Sophie Johnson landed on Earth, life has not been simple. When Brian sneezes his nose out of his ear, it's only the start of the family's problems. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:00pm The Chase USA: Mark 'The Beast' Labbett, from The Chase UK, travels across the pond to put American contestants through their paces and test who can answer questions faster than he can. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00pm The Dog Whisperer: Series four of the mutt-see documentary charting the ups and downs of Cesar Millan as he helps pet owners struggling to cope with their problematic pooches. (S4, ep 1) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 4:25pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Home Team: Children's drama series. Brian and Sophie decide to enter the school quiz with Mel and Josh. When Lucy is left out, she finds herself a new family. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Brunch: Ted and the gang have brunch with his parents. Robin worries that Ted's mum doesn't like her but realises that isn't the case when a huge secret is revealed. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 6, 30. Shielding: Preschool sports series. Rachel Yankey teaches the team how to shield the ball, and the Footy Pups meet a team of shielding superstars in the shape of tortoises. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:45pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Date: Children's drama series. Josh has fallen in love with the tallest girl in his class. His attempts to get her on a date backfire disastrously once Brian decides to help. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm Ghost Adventures: Former Psychiatric Hospital: Hair-raising experiences! Our courageous chums lock themselves inside an abandoned New Jersey asylum, once used to house the criminally insane. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm How I Met Your Mother: The Scorpion and the Toad: Marshall has a string of ill-fated nights out with Barney in a bid to meet new women. He eventually goes on a date, but bumps into Lily. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S3, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: Motor mayhem. A trip to Italy for a supercar shootout featuring the Lamborghini Aventador, the McLaren MP4-12C and the Noble M600. Has will.i.am got the X Factor on the track? (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:00pm Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:10pm The Aquabats! Super Show!: The Thingy!: Musical comedy action adventure series. On the road home from a snowy ski trip, The Aquabats! encounter a body-snatching alien set on turning them into spaceship fuel. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Brunch: Ted and the gang have brunch with his parents. Robin worries that Ted's mum doesn't like her but realises that isn't the case when a huge secret is revealed. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: When Piper finds Tyler talking to a hot girl she throws a jug of water over her, only to discover that she is her new teacher. Ben and Xanthe share a romantic kiss. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30pm The Dumping Ground: 3, 20. Stepping Up: Drama series. Sparks fly when Tee recruits Jody to help her and Carmen win a street dance competition. But who's more out of their depth, Carmen or Jody? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:30pm The Goldbergs: The Most Handsome Boy on the Planet: Barry is excited when a representative from a modelling agency approaches him but Erica thinks the whole thing is a scam. (S2 Ep9, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:50pm Heartbeat: Sympathy for the Devil: Mike is drawn into a controversial involvement with a woman staying in the village. Vernon's venture into goat's milk leaves Bernie at the end of his tether. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 15, 40. Fairground: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. A fair is being held in the park, and Sarah and Duck can't find their bench. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 45, 52. Calm in the Caves: Tiny and Small discover the froglets sitting abnormally silent and calm in their cave. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Ricky and Nate's relationship continues its downward spiral. Tori is rattled when the victims of a shooting arrive at the hospital. Matt makes a snap decision to travel with Maddy. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Plimpton Stimulation: When Sheldon meets a famous physicist online, he invites her over to the apartment, where she spends her time flirting with Leonard. (S3 Ep21, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror VIII: Quimby insults the French government, which launches a neutron bomb in retaliation at Springfield. Homer escapes the blast and begins enjoying himself. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror VIII: Quimby insults the French government, which launches a neutron bomb in retaliation at Springfield. Homer escapes the blast and begins enjoying himself. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Four-wheeled fun. Richard heads to the US to compare F1 and NASCAR. Jezza and James travel to Beijing to probe China's car industry. And future host Matt Le Blanc stops by! (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Abney's Aquarium: Animated adventures. Abney adds some shiny fish to his collection but soon finds that they take up more room than expected. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Staircase Implementation: This episode flashes back to the start of Sheldon and Leonard's friendship seven years earlier and explains the roommate agreement. (S3 Ep22, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:30pm The Goldbergs: The Most Handsome Boy on the Planet: Barry is excited when a representative from a modelling agency approaches him but Erica thinks the whole thing is a scam. (S2 Ep9, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:30pm The Hairy Builder: 6, 15. Bradford City Hall: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers is in Bradford, West Yorkshire, helping to restore the spectacular Victorian City Hall. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:45pm Danger Mouse: Tomorrow Never Comes: Animated series. The Princess erases all weekdays so she can play at the weekend forever. Danger Mouse must ruin everyone's lives by fixing the problem. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:50pm Building the Dream: Charlie Luxton meets Mark and Gillian Webb, who plan to build a large, modern home in the style of a Georgian rectory in Hertfordshire. (S1 Ep5, 12) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 6:50pm Heartbeat: Sympathy for the Devil: Mike is drawn into a controversial involvement with a woman staying in the village. Vernon's venture into goat's milk leaves Bernie at the end of his tether. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 6:55pm Murder, She Wrote: The Big Show of 1965: Murder mystery series. Murder tops the bill at an all-star variety show and Jessica finds herself investigating two killings separated by 25 years. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Will David stop Tracy leaving? Robert realises he is being watched. Lachlan pleads with Lawrence. (30 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Will David stop Tracy leaving? Robert realises he is being watched. Lachlan pleads with Lawrence. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:00pm Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00pm Horrible Histories Horrid Henry VIII...: ...Special. 6, 15. Rowan Atkinson stars as the young King Henry VIII, as he struggles with his boring dad, before becoming king. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Plimpton Stimulation: When Sheldon meets a famous physicist online, he invites her over to the apartment, where she spends her time flirting with Leonard. (S3 Ep21, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror VIII: Quimby insults the French government, which launches a neutron bomb in retaliation at Springfield. Homer escapes the blast and begins enjoying himself. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm Coronation Street: David struggles to come to terms with Kylie's death. Steph is onto Leanne's secret. Caz moves in with Maria. (30 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 7:30pm Coronation Street: David struggles to come to terms with Kylie's death. Steph is onto Leanne's secret. Caz moves in with Maria. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Egg Salad Equivalency: Sheldon is accused of sexual harassment and sent to Human Resources, where he ends up dragging Leonard, Raj and Howard into trouble too. (S6 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Staircase Implementation: This episode flashes back to the start of Sheldon and Leonard's friendship seven years earlier and explains the roommate agreement. (S3 Ep22, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:30pm The Wonder of Animals: 5, 12. Foxes: How the fox's senses, intelligence and flexibility helps it compete in the modern world. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:55pm Grand Designs: Architectural designer Lincoln Miles and his wife, artist Lisa Traxler, take on a very ambitious bungalow conversion on the Isle of Wight, hoping it will blend into an unspoilt woodland. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 7:55pm Murder, She Wrote: The Big Show of 1965: Murder mystery series. Murder tops the bill at an all-star variety show and Jessica finds herself investigating two killings separated by 25 years. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 8:00pm EastEnders: The Beales and Mitchells are thrown into turmoil. Pam prepares to talk to Paul about the past. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 8:00pm EastEnders: The Beales and Mitchells are thrown into turmoil. Pam prepares to talk to Paul about the past. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Will David stop Tracy leaving? Robert realises he is being watched. Lachlan pleads with Lawrence. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: France: Jenni Falconer hunts down stunning seaside properties, this time taking a couple from Hertfordshire to France to find their home from home in the sun for 300,000 pounds. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 8:00pm Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Clean Room Infiltration: Amy hosts a Victorian Christmas Eve dinner, complete with party games, and Raj, Leonard and Howard have pigeon problems. (S8 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: An unhinged David reacts to losing Kylie. Steph is a shoulder to cry on for Leanne. There is trouble ahead for Sophie and Kate. (30 minutes) on ITV (3)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: An unhinged David reacts to losing Kylie. Steph is a shoulder to cry on for Leanne. There is trouble ahead for Sophie and Kate. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: David struggles to come to terms with Kylie's death. Steph is onto Leanne's secret. Caz moves in with Maria. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:30pm Superfoods: The Real Story: Kate Quilton finds out if seaweed can make us slimmer. Is blue cheese good for stomach health? And will anyone buy the brand new superfood Icelandic chork? (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:30pm Superfoods: The Real Story: Kate Quilton finds out if seaweed can make us slimmer. Is blue cheese good for stomach health? And will anyone buy the brand new superfood Icelandic chork? (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Egg Salad Equivalency: Sheldon is accused of sexual harassment and sent to Human Resources, where he ends up dragging Leonard, Raj and Howard into trouble too. (S6 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Space Probe Disintegration: Howard tries to calm a stressed Raj, who is anxiously awaiting the arrival of some data from a space probe he helped launch. (S8 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Dumping Ground: 1, 13. Kick Off: When young Bailey Wharton is found living on his own, he is placed in the Dumping Ground, where his arrival has an impact on the rest of the residents. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 8:55pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm DIY SOS: The Big Build Children in...: ...Need Special. Liverpool: Nick Knowles and the team take on a special build in aid of Children In Need. In Liverpool, they refurbish the crumbling Norris Green Youth Centre. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 9:00pm Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 20 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00pm Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 20 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00pm Forces of Nature with Brian Cox: 3, 4. The Moth and the Flame: Professor Brian Cox reveals how Earth's beauty is created by just a handful of forces. In this episode, he investigates the building blocks of life. (1 hour) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 9:00pm Forces of Nature with Brian Cox: 3, 4. The Moth and the Flame: Professor Brian Cox reveals how Earth's beauty is created by just a handful of forces. In this episode, he investigates the building blocks of life. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:00pm Miss Marple: 4.50 from Paddington: Gripping drama with Agatha Christie's sleuth. Miss Marple's bloodhound instincts are triggered when a friend thinks she sees a murder on a train. (2 hours 30 minutes) on Drama (20)
  • 9:00pm New: Brief Encounters: Drama series set in the 1980s. Steph agrees to go out on a date - but is her husband Terry really out of the picture? With Dawn's help, Pauline decides to host her first party. (1 hour) on ITV (3)
  • 9:00pm New: Brief Encounters: Drama series set in the 1980s. Steph agrees to go out on a date - but is her husband Terry really out of the picture? With Dawn's help, Pauline decides to host her first party. (1 hour) on ITV HD (103)
  • 9:00pm New: Family Guy: Take a Letter: Animated comedy series. When Lois becomes a postal worker to pay for Stewie's private school, she finds an unsent letter from Peter that was meant for his old fling. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00pm New: Rich Kids of Instagram: Brand new series: Ryan, aka Slim Stunta, has a masterplan for superstardom. Abdullah gets a private jet for a stopover at The Shard's most exclusive suite. And Iman falls ill. (Ep3, 6) (1 hour) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm New: Swim the Channel: Documentary which tells the story of the unlikeliest of athletes who dream of swimming from England to France. Contains strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 9:00pm RoboCop: (2014) Violent action-thriller reboot of the 1987 sci-fi classic. A terribly injured US cop (Joel Kinnaman) is turned into a crime-fighting cyborg. With Michael Keaton and Gary Oldman. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 9:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Clean Room Infiltration: Amy hosts a Victorian Christmas Eve dinner, complete with party games, and Raj, Leonard and Howard have pigeon problems. (S8 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:00pm The Somme 1916 - From Both Sides of...: ...the Wire. 1, 3. First Day - Erster Tag: Historian Peter Barton explores the events leading up to the first day of the Offensive. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 9:00pm The Supervet: Tina and her boisterous sons bring in a springer spaniel puppy with a badly deformed hind leg requiring complicated surgery. And a cocker spaniel has cancer. (S6 Ep7) (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:05pm Game of Death: Action thriller starring Wesley Snipes and Zoe Bell, 2010. Action film about a Detroit CIA agent Marcus Jones whose mission is to infiltrate an arms deal racket (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 9:30pm Coronation Street: An unhinged David reacts to losing Kylie. Steph is a shoulder to cry on for Leanne. There is trouble ahead for Sophie and Kate. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 9:30pm New: Bordertown: Groundhog Day: US animated comedy. The Mexifornia population tips from white majority to Latino majority when Maria's sister has a baby, so Bud attempts to redress the balance. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:30pm Superfoods: The Real Story: Kate Quilton finds out if seaweed can make us slimmer. Is blue cheese good for stomach health? And will anyone buy the brand new superfood Icelandic chork? (S2 Ep4, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Space Probe Disintegration: Howard tries to calm a stressed Raj, who is anxiously awaiting the arrival of some data from a space probe he helped launch. (S8 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 20 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00pm Family Guy: Go, Stewie, Go: Animated comedy. Stewie cross-dresses in order to star in the American version of Jolly Farm Review. Meanwhile, Peter makes Lois feel bad about her age. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:00pm Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite opinionated viewers think of Crufts, Horizon: The Immortalist, Big, The Night Manager, Dangerman: The Incredible Mr Goodwin and the News? (S7 Ep5) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 10:00pm Law & Order: UK: The Wrong Man: Crime drama series. Ronnie Brooks and Matt Devlin investigate when a woman is brought into A and E with flu-like symptoms - and leaves in a body bag. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:00pm New: Brief Encounters: Drama series set in the 1980s. Steph agrees to go out on a date - but is her husband Terry really out of the picture? With Dawn's help, Pauline decides to host her first party. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 10:00pm New: Rich Kids of Instagram: Brand new series: Ryan, aka Slim Stunta, has a masterplan for superstardom. Abdullah gets a private jet for a stopover at The Shard's most exclusive suite. And Iman falls ill. (Ep3, 6) (1 hour) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm RoboCop: (2014) Violent action-thriller reboot of the 1987 sci-fi classic. A terribly injured US cop (Joel Kinnaman) is turned into a crime-fighting cyborg. With Michael Keaton and Gary Oldman. (2 hours 15 minutes) on Film4+1 (45)
  • 10:00pm The Force: Manchester: Documentary series following the 999 work of Greater Manchester Police. England's second largest police force, it's responsible for protecting 2.7 million people.(S1, ep 4) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00pm Timewatch: The Last Day of World War One: 5, 12. Michael Palin reveals the shocking truth that soldiers continued to be killed in battle after the First World War armistice had been signed. Contains some upsetting scenes. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 10:10pm Game of Death: Action thriller starring Wesley Snipes and Zoe Bell, 2010. Action film about a Detroit CIA agent Marcus Jones whose mission is to infiltrate an arms deal racket (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 10:20pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:20pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:30pm American Dad!: Naked to the Limit, One More Time: Animated series. Roger pretends to be Jeff's imaginary friend so he can roam around the house without a disguise. Steve becomes insecure. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:00pm A History of Art in Three Colours: 1, 3. Gold: How golden treasures made across the ages reflect everything we have held as sacred. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 11:00pm American Dad!: For Black Eyes Only: Animated series. When Black Villain shoots Stan's new wife on their honeymoon, Stan teams up with his nemesis to take him down. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:00pm BritCam: Emergency On...: ...Our Streets. Bailiffs Ben and Debbie go door knocking in Worthing, while PCs Matt and Tony feel the pressure when they battle to clear a burning building. (8, 10) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 11:00pm Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:00pm Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite opinionated viewers think of Crufts, Horizon: The Immortalist, Big, The Night Manager, Dangerman: The Incredible Mr Goodwin and the News? (S7 Ep5) (1 hour 5 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 11:00pm Law & Order: UK: The Wrong Man: Crime drama series. Ronnie Brooks and Matt Devlin investigate when a woman is brought into A and E with flu-like symptoms - and leaves in a body bag. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:05pm 24 Hours in A&E: This episode meets older patients at King's Hospital who've had to show resilience in their lives. And junior doctor Jim tries to get some Lego out of toddler Zara's nose. (S6 Ep4, 7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 11:05pm The Big Bang Theory: The Relationship Diremption: Sheldon wonders whether he's wasting his time with his study of String Theory. Raj and Emily go on a double date with Howard and Bernadette. (S7 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:10pm Above the Law: Action-packed thriller starring Steven Seagal and Pam Grier, 1988. A tough unorthodox cop risks his life attempting to smash a deadly drug cartel run by a corrupt official (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 11:20pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:25pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the first of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn, a historic hotel run by a hoarder that's so full of clutter it can barely accommodate guests. (55 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:25pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the first of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn, a historic hotel run by a hoarder that's so full of clutter it can barely accommodate guests. (55 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 11:30pm Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:30pm The Cleveland Show: Buried Pleasure: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Holt tells Cleveland that he wants someone special in his life, so Cleveland introduces him to a cat-loving redhead. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:35pm The Big Bang Theory: The Anything Can Happen Recurrence: Penny and Leonard distract Sheldon from his career problems by reinstating Anything Can Happen Thursday. Raj asks for Howard's advice. (S7 Ep21, 24) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:45pm Exodus: Our Journey to Europe: 1, 3. Documentary following some of the people who smuggled themselves into Europe in 2015, beginning as Syrian refugees arrive in Izmir, Turkey. Contains some upsetting scenes. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:55pm The Cleveland Show: The Curious Case of Jr Working at the Stool: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Cleveland Jr gets a job working at the Broken Stool. Roberta gains a wealthy rival. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • Tuesday 19th July

  • 12:00am American Dad!: For Black Eyes Only: Animated series. When Black Villain shoots Stan's new wife on their honeymoon, Stan teams up with his nemesis to take him down. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:00am Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 12:00am DIY SOS: Bridgwater: DIY disasters are remedied by the SOS team. In Bridgwater they meet David Robinson, who was discharged from the army for medical reasons after being injured in Iraq. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:00am Ghost Adventures: Moundsville Penitentiary: The first series of the terrifying adventures of ghost hunters Zak, Nick and Aaron. The boys spend the night in a violent prison bursting with ghosts. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am NCIS: New Orleans: US crime drama. The team investigate an explosive case, which sees Pride go undercover to retrieve a missile that has got into the wrong hands. (S2 Ep 1) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 12:00am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S2, ep 10) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am Who Were the Greeks?: 1, 2. Travelling across modern day Greece, Dr Michael Scott uncovers the ancient world of gods, democrats and warriors, inhabited by people who could be as brutal as they were brilliant. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 12:00am Who Were the Greeks?: 1, 2. Travelling across modern day Greece, Dr Michael Scott uncovers the ancient world of gods, democrats and warriors, inhabited by people who were both brutal and brilliant. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 12:05am The Big Bang Theory: The Relationship Diremption: Sheldon wonders whether he's wasting his time with his study of String Theory. Raj and Emily go on a double date with Howard and Bernadette. (S7 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:10am The Internship: Comedy starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn. Two sacked salesmen apply for an internship at Google, despite not knowing the first thing about technology. (2013) (1 hour 15 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • 12:15am Above the Law: Action-packed thriller starring Steven Seagal and Pam Grier, 1988. A tough unorthodox cop risks his life attempting to smash a deadly drug cartel run by a corrupt official (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 12:20am Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and...: ...Tattoos: Katie Piper meets a woman who tried crowd-funding to raise the cash for a boob job, a man with 1000 piercings, and a tattoo virgin who wants to ink her entire body. (S3 Ep4, 8) (50 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 12:25am Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the first of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn, a historic hotel run by a hoarder that's so full of clutter it can barely accommodate guests. (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:25am Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the first of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn, a historic hotel run by a hoarder that's so full of clutter it can barely accommodate guests. (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:30am Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 12:30am DIY SOS: Bowled Over in Oxford: Nick Knowles leads the team as they rescue another hapless amateur decorator. In Oxford, the Barker family have stalled on their bungalow extension. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:30am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S2, ep 11) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:30am The Cleveland Show: Buried Pleasure: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Holt tells Cleveland that he wants someone special in his life, so Cleveland introduces him to a cat-loving redhead. (25 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:35am The Big Bang Theory: The Anything Can Happen Recurrence: Penny and Leonard distract Sheldon from his career problems by reinstating Anything Can Happen Thursday. Raj asks for Howard's advice. (S7 Ep21, 24) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:40am Who Do You Think You Are?: Una Stubbs: Famous family trees unearthed. Una Stubbs investigates the paternal grandparents she never knew, uncovering a story of illegitimacy, poverty - and chocolate. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 12:45am Celebrity MasterChef: 5, 12. Cookery competition. The third heat features actors Sid Owen and Tina Malone, Paralympic swimmer Liz Johnson, BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and TV personality Amy Childs. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:45am Celebrity MasterChef: 5, 12. Cookery competition. The third heat features actors Sid Owen and Tina Malone, Paralympic swimmer Liz Johnson, BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and TV personality Amy Childs. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 12:55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Go to Hell: US crime drama series about a team of Las Vegas forensic investigators. Police probe the murder of a married couple in a seedy hotel room. (S8 Ep 3) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 12:55am CSI: New York: Night One: US crime drama series. The team discovers that a Dominican gang member cut in half with a chainsaw has a connection to Flack's new partner. (S9 Ep 9) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 12:55am The Cleveland Show: The Curious Case of Jr Working at the Stool: Animated spin-off from Family Guy. Cleveland Jr gets a job working at the Broken Stool. Roberta gains a wealthy rival. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 1:00am Ghost Adventures: Former Psychiatric Hospital: Hair-raising experiences! Our courageous chums lock themselves inside an abandoned New Jersey asylum, once used to house the criminally insane. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00am Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 1:00am Swim the Channel: Documentary which tells the story of the unlikeliest of athletes who dream of swimming from England to France. Contains strong language. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 1:00am Swim the Channel: Documentary which tells the story of the unlikeliest of athletes who dream of swimming from England to France. Contains strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 1:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:15am The Supervet: Tina and her boisterous sons bring in a springer spaniel puppy with a badly deformed hind leg requiring complicated surgery. And a cocker spaniel has cancer. (S6 Ep7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:20am Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and...: ...Tattoos: Katie Piper meets a woman who tried crowd-funding to raise the cash for a boob job, a man with 1000 piercings, and a tattoo virgin who wants to ink her entire body. (S3 Ep4, 8) (50 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 1:20am Bodyshockers: Nips, Tucks and...: ...Tattoos: Katie Piper meets a woman who tried crowd-funding to raise the cash for a boob job, a man with 1000 piercings, and a tattoo virgin who wants to ink her entire body. (S3 Ep4, 8) (50 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 1:20am Neighbours: Gary is tempted to take on illegal work. Jack's ongoing indecision about joining the priesthood breaks Piper's heart. Karl sets out to install bike-lanes on Erinsborough's roads. (25 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 1:20am The Vampire Diaries: Moonlight on the Bayou: US supernatural drama series. Stefan heads to New Orleans, where Valerie has learned of a safe house that can protect him. (45 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:25am George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (55 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 1:25am George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (55 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 1:40am Coast: All at Sea: Hear about the Dutch fishermen who helped Britain in WWII in this series of surprising stories from offshore. Nick Crane enters a yachting race on the Isle of Wight. (50 minutes) on Yesterday (19)
  • 1:45am Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator: 2, 3. Three separated couples try to resolve their disputes in the world of family mediation. Mandy has not seen her ex-partner for six years but is still living in the flat they co-own. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:45am Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator: 2, 3. Three separated couples try to resolve their disputes in the world of family mediation. Mandy has not seen her ex-partner for six years but is still living in the flat they co-own. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 1:45am Neighbours: Gary makes a dangerous decision in order to pay for a professional tutor for Xanthe. Tyler unwittingly changes Terese's mind and she decides to let Piper take him to the formal. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 1:55am CSI: New York: Night One: US crime drama series. The team discovers that a Dominican gang member cut in half with a chainsaw has a connection to Flack's new partner. (S9 Ep 9) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 1:55am CSI: New York: The Ripple Effect: US crime series. When the same type of chewing gum is found at two separate crime scenes, Jo operates on a hunch that the two cases may be related. (S8 Ep 13) (55 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 2:05am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite opinionated viewers think of Crufts, Horizon: The Immortalist, Big, The Night Manager, Dangerman: The Incredible Mr Goodwin and the News? (S7 Ep5) (55 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:10am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 2:10am Inside Birmingham Children's...: ...Hospital: Baby Jenson was born with a rare life-threatening genetic disease. His young parents have made the agonising decision to put him forward for a risky stem cell transplant. (Ep6) (55 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:15am Neighbours: Amy worries that Paul will unwittingly expose her secret past. Xanthe comes up with a plan to wear her dream dress. Terese discovers the depth of Piper's feelings for Tyler. (25 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:20am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (55 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 2:20am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (55 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 2:20am The Vampire Diaries: Moonlight on the Bayou: US supernatural drama series. Stefan heads to New Orleans, where Valerie has learned of a safe house that can protect him. (45 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 2:30am Professor Hutton's Curiosities: Grant Museum and Magic Circle Museum: The Grant Museum houses 67,000 animal specimens, while the Magic Circle Museum displays props and tricks from history. Look around both here. (30 minutes) on Yesterday (19)
  • 2:50am CSI: Miami: Born To Kill: A woman is found dead with a large 'Y' carved into her chest. When news of three similar murders in Boston emerges, Horatio thinks a serial killer has moved to Miami. (S5 Ep 12) (45 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 2:55am CSI: New York: The Ripple Effect: US crime series. When the same type of chewing gum is found at two separate crime scenes, Jo operates on a hunch that the two cases may be related. (S8 Ep 13) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 3:00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Dublin: Jenni Falconer is on the trail of more stunning seaside properties. A young mum now living in London hopes to find the family home in Ireland that she has dreamt of. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 3:00am GPs: Behind Closed Doors: The doctors of Balham Park Surgery take third year medical students Tanguy and Kathryn under their wing to help them gain valuable hands-on experience. (S3 Ep 39) (1 hour) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 3:00am Rich Kids of Instagram: Brand new series: Ryan, aka Slim Stunta, has a masterplan for superstardom. Abdullah gets a private jet for a stopover at The Shard's most exclusive suite. And Iman falls ill. (Ep3, 6) (55 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:00am Rude Britannia: 1, 3. A History Most Satirical, Bawdy, Lewd and Offensive: Georgian Britain's art and literature revealed a bawdy nation. Contains very strong language and some sexual content. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 3:00am Rude Britannia: 1, 3. A History Most Satirical, Bawdy, Lewd and Offensive: Georgian Britain's art and literature revealed a bawdy nation. Contains very strong language and some sexual content. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 3:00am Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 3:05am Gogglebox: What do Britain's favourite opinionated viewers think of Crufts, Horizon: The Immortalist, Big, The Night Manager, Dangerman: The Incredible Mr Goodwin and the News? (S7 Ep5) (55 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:10am Inside Birmingham Children's...: ...Hospital: Baby Jenson was born with a rare life-threatening genetic disease. His young parents have made the agonising decision to put him forward for a risky stem cell transplant. (Ep6) (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 3:10am Inside Birmingham Children's...: ...Hospital: Baby Jenson was born with a rare life-threatening genetic disease. His young parents have made the agonising decision to put him forward for a risky stem cell transplant. (Ep6) (55 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 3:50am CSI: Miami: Born To Kill: A woman is found dead with a large 'Y' carved into her chest. When news of three similar murders in Boston emerges, Horatio thinks a serial killer has moved to Miami. (S5 Ep 12) (45 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 4:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00am Rich Kids of Instagram: Brand new series: Ryan, aka Slim Stunta, has a masterplan for superstardom. Abdullah gets a private jet for a stopover at The Shard's most exclusive suite. And Iman falls ill. (Ep3, 6) (55 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:30am Animal House: Documentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. (S2, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 6, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team meets a man who has been left struggling with money since a life-changing incident outside his home. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 6, 10. The team meets a man who has been struggling with money since a life-changing incident. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick Is from Mars, Sally Is from Venus: Dick gives Tommy an assignment to explore the nature of high school. On a quest to find out about sex, Sally goes on a date with a man called Brad. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick Is from Mars, Sally Is from Venus: Dick gives Tommy an assignment to explore the nature of high school. On a quest to find out about sex, Sally goes on a date with a man called Brad. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Afloat: Stop-frame animation about the adventures of a lamb at nursery school. The class make boats, but Timmy is paired with a sneezy Stripey, who keeps ruining his efforts. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Afloat: Stop-frame animation about the adventures of a lamb at nursery school. The class make boats, but Timmy is paired with a sneezy Stripey, who keeps ruining his efforts. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick, Smoker: Sally complains that she never gets to make any big decisions. After he sees some of his students smoking, Dick is fascinated by the habit and soon becomes hooked on it. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick, Smoker: Sally complains that she never gets to make any big decisions. After he sees some of his students smoking, Dick is fascinated by the habit and soon becomes hooked on it. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 6, 20. Marlborough: Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers are in Marlborough, competing to transform a garden into a wildlife haven with a budget of £6,000. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 6, 20. Marlborough: Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers are in Marlborough, competing to transform a garden into a wildlife haven with a budget of £6,000. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:45am Minder: The Second Time Around: When an author friend of Arthur's learns that her ex-husband has sold her house without permission, she asks Arthur to help get the money back. (55 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: Opossum Man!: Animated series. Eric's old pal Glenn returns as Boy Vermin, a rodent-fuelled rival! (15 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: Opossum Man!: Animated series. Eric's old pal Glenn returns as Boy Vermin, a rodent-fuelled rival! Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Green-Eyed Dick: Harry finds a stray puppy and gets very attached to it. When Mary Albright's old friend Jeff Willis turns up, Dick feels jealous and starts to act in a competitive way. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Green-Eyed Dick: Harry finds a stray puppy and gets very attached to it. When Mary Albright's old friend Jeff Willis turns up, Dick feels jealous and starts to act in a competitive way. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: All Gone: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos watch a lady decorating cakes. When they see her tidying the decorations away, it gives them the idea to put the cakes away. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: All Gone: The Twirlywoos watch a lady decorating some cakes. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick Is from Mars, Sally Is from Venus: Dick gives Tommy an assignment to explore the nature of high school. On a quest to find out about sex, Sally goes on a date with a man called Brad. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: The World Wide Spider: Animated series. Danger Mouse has to face his only fear when Penfold accidentally awakens a gigantic spider. (15 minutes) on CBBC HD (123)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: The World Wide Spider: Animated series. Danger Mouse has to face his only fear when Penfold accidentally awakens a gigantic spider. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 6, 15. Bradford City Hall: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers is in Bradford, West Yorkshire, helping to restore the spectacular Victorian City Hall. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:35am Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick, Smoker: Sally complains that she never gets to make any big decisions. After he sees some of his students smoking, Dick is fascinated by the habit and soon becomes hooked on it. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Phoebe's Monster Doll: Preschool puppet show. After Elmo accidentally gives Phoebe's monster toy to a guest, he decides to get it back. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Phoebe's Monster Doll: Preschool puppet show. After Elmo accidentally gives Phoebe's monster toy to a guest, he decides to get it back. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:00am Close Calls: On Camera: Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. Fire crews battle to reach a woman trapped in her flat, as thick smoke and flames envelop them all. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00am Emmerdale: Will David stop Tracy leaving? Robert realises he is being watched. Lachlan pleads with Lawrence. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Green-Eyed Dick: Harry finds a stray puppy and gets very attached to it. When Mary Albright's old friend Jeff Willis turns up, Dick feels jealous and starts to act in a competitive way. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Lost Sea Star: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts find an unusual sea star on the beach. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Lost Sea Star: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts find an unusual sea star on the beach. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Top Gear: The sometimes outrageous, always jocular motoring show with Clarkson and chums. Jeremy celebrates the 50th birthday of the Jaguar E-type with a typically low-key birthday party. (50 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 8:25am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:25am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: The Art of Rubbish: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Rosie persuades her friends to collect up all their unwanted clutter and reuse it. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: The Art of Rubbish: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Rosie persuades her friends to collect up all their unwanted clutter and reuse it. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Coronation Street: David struggles to come to terms with Kylie's death. Steph is onto Leanne's secret. Caz moves in with Maria. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:30am Frasier: The Crucible: Frasier throws a dinner party to show off a painting he's bought, but when he finds out that the artwork is a fake, he worries that he's becoming shallow. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:30am Frasier: The Crucible: Frasier throws a dinner party to show off a painting he's bought, but when he finds out that the artwork is a fake, he worries that he's becoming shallow. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:35am Hollyoaks: When Cleo gets a job at The Dog, she finds herself getting closer to Nathan. Grace offers Esther an intriguing proposal, while Kim's life is in danger when she collapses. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:55am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: Jamie Oliver makes smoked salmon, Yorkshire pud, beets and asparagus, plus gorgeous Greek chicken, and sweet pepper and pea couscous with tzatziki. (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00am Coronation Street: An unhinged David reacts to losing Kylie. Steph is a shoulder to cry on for Leanne. There is trouble ahead for Sophie and Kate. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00am DIY SOS: Lounging in Bradford: Home renovation fun with Nick Knowles. In Bradford, Emma needs a hand with decorating her new place as her dad's health has stopped him from helping out. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Call Me Irresponsible: Frasier starts dating Catherine, the jilted girlfriend of one of his callers, and begins advising the poor guy that he shouldn't try too hard to win her back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Call Me Irresponsible: Frasier starts dating Catherine, the jilted girlfriend of one of his callers, and begins advising the poor guy that he shouldn't try too hard to win her back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00am The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, Miss Mills teaches the class a new song to get them going in the morning. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, Miss Mills teaches the class a new song to get them going in the morning. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:10am Bing: Picnic: Bing and Flop are finally ready to leave for their picnic just as it starts to rain. Bing is disappointed, but he realises that they can have their picnic indoors instead. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:10am Bing: Picnic: Bing and Flop are finally ready to leave for their picnic just as it starts to rain. Bing is disappointed, but he realises that they can have their picnic indoors instead. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Bing: Looking After Flop: Children's animation. Flop is feeling poorly, so Bing decides to look after him. He makes Flop comfy on the sofa and reads an exciting Hoppity Voosh story. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:15am Bing: Looking After Flop: Children's animation. Flop is feeling poorly, so Bing decides to look after him. He makes Flop comfy on the sofa and reads an exciting Hoppity Voosh story. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 7, 10. The team meet a paramedic whose busy life has left her with no time to sort her bills. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:25am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am DIY SOS: Frimley: Nick Knowles comes to the aid of home improvers in need. In Frimley, Camberley, the Oxfords had just started an extension when Lisa was diagnosed with brain cancer. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:30am Frasier: The Crucible: Frasier throws a dinner party to show off a painting he's bought, but when he finds out that the artwork is a fake, he worries that he's becoming shallow. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Vacation Solution: Sheldon helps Amy in her biology lab after he is forced to use up two weeks of holiday, but he is bored by the tasks she gives him. (S5 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Vacation Solution: Sheldon helps Amy in her biology lab after he is forced to use up two weeks of holiday, but he is bored by the tasks she gives him. (S5 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30am The Goldbergs: The Most Handsome Boy on the Planet: Barry is excited when a representative from a modelling agency approaches him but Erica thinks the whole thing is a scam. (S2 Ep9, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Call Me Irresponsible: Frasier starts dating Catherine, the jilted girlfriend of one of his callers, and begins advising the poor guy that he shouldn't try too hard to win her back. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Mr Bean: Artful Bean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean gets a real bug for painting. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Rothman Disintegration: Sheldon and Kripke argue over who should get Professor Rothman's vacant corner office. Amy buys Penny some art to celebrate their friendship. (S5 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Rothman Disintegration: Sheldon and Kripke argue over who should get Professor Rothman's vacant corner office. Amy buys Penny some art to celebrate their friendship. (S5 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:00am The Goldbergs: I Rode a Hoverboard: Adam breaks his arm and exaggerates to his friends that he fell off a hoverboard, just like the hero in the film Back to the Future. (S2 Ep8, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:15am Mr Bean: The Fly: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean declares war when he finds a fly in his room, and searches for ever more outlandish weapons. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Scorpion: Twist and Shout: US military drama series. A deadly tornado threatens the lives of Team Scorpion during a mission to recover the remains of fallen marines in Vietnam. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:25am Wolfblood: 4, 13. Cry Wolf: Drama series. Maddy struggles to keep her powers hidden during a stressful time at school, with exams looming. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 10:30am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:30am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:30am Mr Bean: Mime Games: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is chased home by an angry mime artist. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Vacation Solution: Sheldon helps Amy in her biology lab after he is forced to use up two weeks of holiday, but he is bored by the tasks she gives him. (S5 Ep16, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:30am The Goldbergs: The Most Handsome Boy on the Planet: Barry is excited when a representative from a modelling agency approaches him but Erica thinks the whole thing is a scam. (S2 Ep9, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:35am The Simpsons: The Regina Monologues: The Simpsons go on holiday to London with $1000 Bart found. But Homer crashes the hire car into the Queen and gets locked in the Tower. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:35am The Simpsons: The Regina Monologues: The Simpsons go on holiday to London with $1000 Bart found. But Homer crashes the hire car into the Queen and gets locked in the Tower. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 10:45am Mr Bean: A Spring Clean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean tries his hand at a spot of DIY plumbing. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:55am Wolfblood: 5, 13. Occam's Razor: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. Maddy is stuck with her schoolmates on Lindisfarne island, on the night of her first full moon transformation. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Donegal: Escapist property hunting series in which families look for their dream coastal home. A young Kent couple want to start a new stress-free life in unspoilt Donegal. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 11:00am Ghost Adventures: Bobby Mackey's Music World: The very first series of the terrifying ghost-related reality show. A Kentucky music club claims to harbour a gateway to hell in the basement. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 11:00am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Name Game: Henry and Peter adopt a cat - or rather, it adopts them - but they just can't decide what to call it! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Rothman Disintegration: Sheldon and Kripke argue over who should get Professor Rothman's vacant corner office. Amy buys Penny some art to celebrate their friendship. (S5 Ep17, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00am The Simpsons: The Fat and the Furriest: Homer becomes a laughing stock when he is caught on tape running away from a bear at the dump. So he hunts down the bear in an attempt to regain his dignity. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:00am The Simpsons: The Fat and the Furriest: Homer becomes a laughing stock when he is caught on tape running away from a bear at the dump. So he hunts down the bear in an attempt to regain his dignity. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 11:15am Horrid Henry: Happy Birthday Steve: Steve's birthday tea just happens to clash with a crucial Ashton Athletic match - how will Henry manage to be at both of these unmissable events? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:25am Wolfblood: 6, 13. Maddy Cool!: Drama series. Maddy risks alienating her friends as she struggles to deal with the leftover energy from her first full transformation. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:30am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:30am Horrid Henry: Perfect Peter Pumps Up: When Bossy Bill turns up to make Peter's life a misery, Henry decides to step in and play big brother for real. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:35am The Simpsons: The Regina Monologues: The Simpsons go on holiday to London with $1000 Bart found. But Homer crashes the hire car into the Queen and gets locked in the Tower. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:45am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Perfect Plant: Animated adventures of the anti-hero. Peter and Henry play at being gardeners, but when nature starts to take over the results are disastrous! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 12:00pm Border Security: Canada's...: ...Front Line. A hostile traveller spits out her true intentions, while a farmer's choice of crop makes him inadmissible. Plus, mail room officers smell a rat. (S2, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: Attracting Spirits: Spooky tales told by those who captured their eerie experiences on tape. Footage appears to show the spirit of a child who died in a tragic drowning accident. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00pm The Simpsons: The Fat and the Furriest: Homer becomes a laughing stock when he is caught on tape running away from a bear at the dump. So he hunts down the bear in an attempt to regain his dignity. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May try to make train travel cheaper, faster and more interesting - good luck with that, lads. The very funny Rowan Atkinson guests. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Wetherby: Antiques challenge. The bargain hunters face a race to the finish at Wetherby Racecourse in Yorkshire. The teams put experts Paul Laidlaw and Caroline Hawley to the test. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:15pm Emmerdale: Will David stop Tracy leaving? Robert realises he is being watched. Lachlan pleads with Lawrence. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:30pm Nowhere Boys: 4, 13. Drama series. After weathering the freak storm which lashed their hideout, the boys emerge the next morning to discover strange configurations of debris scattered outside. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:45pm Coronation Street: David struggles to come to terms with Kylie's death. Steph is onto Leanne's secret. Caz moves in with Maria. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 16, 20. Unlikely Partners: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to the Elgar Cello Concerto, first movement, and imagines a dancing hippo and a mouse. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 16, 20. Unlikely Partners: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to the Elgar Cello Concerto, first movement, and imagines a dancing hippo and a mouse. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:55pm Nowhere Boys: 5, 13. Drama series. Felix inadvertently discovers that all the boys possess magical abilities after a swarm of malevolent bees attack them in their secret hideout. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother: The Scorpion and the Toad: Marshall has a string of ill-fated nights out with Barney in a bid to meet new women. He eventually goes on a date, but bumps into Lily. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:00pm Mr Bean: No Pets: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean decides he needs some new and exciting friends in the shape of pets. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, Miss Mills teaches the class a new song to get them going in the morning. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:05pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 1:05pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Picnic: Bing and Flop are finally ready to leave for their picnic just as it starts to rain. Bing is disappointed, but he realises that they can have their picnic indoors instead. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Looking After Flop: Children's animation. Flop is feeling poorly, so Bing decides to look after him. He makes Flop comfy on the sofa and reads an exciting Hoppity Voosh story. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Coronation Street: An unhinged David reacts to losing Kylie. Steph is a shoulder to cry on for Leanne. There is trouble ahead for Sophie and Kate. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Maddy leaves Summer Bay without Matt. Roo takes drastic action to heal the pain of Maddy's departure. Phoebe's world is sent spinning while Dom gets a surprise visit from his wife. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:15pm Mr Bean: A Ray of Sunshine: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is in pursuit of sunshine but only manages to cause chaos on the beach! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:25pm Nowhere Boys: 6, 13. Drama series. When the boys' attempts to steal food are thwarted by the police, Jake faces questioning by the father he wishes he had. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Brunch: Ted and the gang have brunch with his parents. Robin worries that Ted's mum doesn't like her but realises that isn't the case when a huge secret is revealed. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:30pm Mr Bean: Birthday Bear: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is shocked when Teddy receives a birthday card from Bean's girlfriend. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Coast: 7, 23. Lillesand to Geirangerfjord: Natural history programme. Coast explores the spectacular shoreline of Norway to discover Britain's age-old link to the land of the fjords. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:45pm Mr Bean: The Mole: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean's landlady is hopping mad when she finds molehills on her lovely croquet lawn. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Xanthe dumps Ben when Gary reveals he paid him to take her to the school formal. Steph agrees to meet Belinda to clear the air, but Belinda has more than lunch on her mind. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 7, 40. Soap opera. Sergeant Brian McConigal clashes with a drug-running youth. His actions have consequences. Bridget fears a knock at the door - what did she do in Spain? Also in HD. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's School Play: Henry's always wanted to play the lead in the school play - now's his chance. But this time he doesn't want to be the lead, for good reasons. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:00pm How I Met Your Mother: The Scorpion and the Toad: Marshall has a string of ill-fated nights out with Barney in a bid to meet new women. He eventually goes on a date, but bumps into Lily. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Plimpton Stimulation: When Sheldon meets a famous physicist online, he invites her over to the apartment, where she spends her time flirting with Leonard. (S3 Ep21, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:05pm Dare to Believe: Lauren Steadman: Being born without a right arm did nothing to thwart Lauren's dreams. After two Paralympics as a swimmer, she gave paratriathlon a go and now she's a world champion targeting gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:15pm An Island Parish: Falklands: 2, 6. Easter Blessings: Series following the Falkland Islands' community. It's Easter week and the Rev Richard lends a hand with the hot cross buns in Stanley's only bakery. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Gross DVD: When Ralph lends Henry the yuckiest DVD ever Henry wants to watch it right away, but try as he might he just can't manage it! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: US crime series. Special Agent Ned Dorneget from NCIS cyber operations assists the team when a Navy ensign who worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence is murdered. (S12 Ep 22) (55 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: West Sussex: Property series. Jules Hudson is on a property finding mission to uncover a tranquil lifestyle in the West Sussex countryside for a couple from London. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:30pm Horrid Henry: Perfect Peter Popstar: Peter is a sure bet to win the talent competition with Henry as his manager - but will an ambitious Moody Margaret ruin his chances? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Brunch: Ted and the gang have brunch with his parents. Robin worries that Ted's mum doesn't like her but realises that isn't the case when a huge secret is revealed. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Staircase Implementation: This episode flashes back to the start of Sheldon and Leonard's friendship seven years earlier and explains the roommate agreement. (S3 Ep22, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Smelly Stuff: When Henry accidentally breaks Mum's perfume bottle he's got to replace it, and fast. But how is he going to manage it? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:50pm Minder: Second-Hand Pose: After being left in an industrial freezer, Terry looks for alternative employment and gets work helping out an old friend in the second-hand furniture business. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 3:00pm DIY SOS: Nick Knowles and his gang help a woman turn a bare rehearsal space into a cool bedroom for her drum-playing son. Meanwhile, Brigid Calderhead visits three more homes wanting help. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm Nothing To Declare: Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the men and women who defend Australia from drug runners, illegal immigrants and terrorists. (S1, ep 23) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Plimpton Stimulation: When Sheldon meets a famous physicist online, he invites her over to the apartment, where she spends her time flirting with Leonard. (S3 Ep21, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:05pm Sidekick: Gloves on the Run: Animated series following four friends as they train at the Academy for Aspiring Sidekicks. A pair of magical gloves control Eric. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:10pm Africa: 2, 6. Savannah: David Attenborough looks at the unique and constantly changing landscape of East Africa. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 7, 20. Stoke: The team are in Stoke-on-Trent to transform a characterless plot into an 'outdoor room'. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 3:30pm DIY SOS: The team visit Forrest Row in Sussex to help single dad Chris complete a two-storey extension. After Chris's wife left him, he also hurt his spine and needed an operation. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Staircase Implementation: This episode flashes back to the start of Sheldon and Leonard's friendship seven years earlier and explains the roommate agreement. (S3 Ep22, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: The Day the Baby Came to Stay: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Mum is looking after a friend's baby and Grandpa accidentally wakes him up. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Ted Mosby: Architect: Ted and Robin have their first big argument after Robin becomes annoyed at hearing Ted's work grumbles, so Ted's pals try to prove that he's not dull. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: Ship of Lost Souls: Goosebumps galore as people who captured their hauntings on tape tell their eerie tales. A spooky apparition is captured on camera on board an old US Navy ship. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:00pm My Parents Are Aliens: It's a Dog's Life: Children's drama series. Lucy decides to adopt a sick dog. While nursing Dennis, Mel plots to get the dog out of the house. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:00pm The Chase USA: Mark 'The Beast' Labbett, from The Chase UK, travels across the pond to put American contestants through their paces and test who can answer questions faster than he can. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00pm The Dog Whisperer: Series four of the mutt-see documentary charting the ups and downs of Cesar Millan as he helps pet owners struggling to cope with their problematic pooches. (S4, ep 2) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 4:25pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Box: Children's drama series. Mel shows her secret box of memories to Josh and Lucy, but Lucy has a secret of her own which she does not want to share. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:30pm Hetty Feather: Foundling Day: Drama series set in Victorian-era London. Hetty risks getting into serious trouble with Matron when she makes a desperate promise. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:30pm How I Met Your Mother: World's Greatest Couple: Lily moves into Barney's flat to escape her rat-infested home. The two fall asleep in each other's arms but feel awkward when they wake up. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 7, 30. Star Player: Preschool sports series. Rachel teaches her team that being a star player is about more than just scoring goals. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:45pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Makeover: Children's drama series. When Lucy and her friend Wendy get called geeks at school, Lucy decides she needs a makeover. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm Andy's Prehistoric Adventures: Gigantoraptor and Tumbleweed: Preschool adventure series. When the museum's prized prehistoric tumbleweed goes missing, Andy heads back 85 million years to find some more. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 5:00pm Ghost Adventures: Edinburgh Vaults: Viewers' favourite. Ghostly goings-on. The boys probe the vaults under Edinburgh's Southern Bridge, said to be one of the most scary spots in Scotland! (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Ted Mosby: Architect: Ted and Robin have their first big argument after Robin becomes annoyed at hearing Ted's work grumbles, so Ted's pals try to prove that he's not dull. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm Rocket's Island: Here Be Dragons: Drama series. New foster kid Benjamin thinks he sees a real dragon. Rocket's reputation is put on the line when they go on a hunt for the creature. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:00pm The Goldbergs: DannyDonnieJoeyJonJordan: Adam and Barry find Erica's old collection of New Kids on the Block memorabilia in the cluttered garage and tease her mercilessly. (S2 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: The sometimes outrageous, always jocular motoring show with Clarkson and chums. Jeremy celebrates the 50th birthday of the Jaguar E-type with a typically low-key birthday party. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:00pm Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:10pm The Aquabats! Super Show!: The Thingy!: Musical comedy action adventure series. On the road home from a snowy ski trip, The Aquabats! encounter a body-snatching alien set on turning them into spaceship fuel. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:30pm How I Met Your Mother: World's Greatest Couple: Lily moves into Barney's flat to escape her rat-infested home. The two fall asleep in each other's arms but feel awkward when they wake up. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: Xanthe dumps Ben when Gary reveals he paid him to take her to the school formal. Steph agrees to meet Belinda to clear the air, but Belinda has more than lunch on her mind. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30pm The Dumping Ground: 4, 20. They Walk Among Us: Mo is convinced that there are aliens in the neighbourhood. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:30pm The Goldbergs: The Darryl Dawkins Dance: As the school dance approaches, Erica asks Beverly to help her find Barry a date to keep him away from her best friend Lainey. (S2 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 16, 40. Sarah Gets a Cold: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. When Sarah has a cold, Duck helps her enjoy a visit to the doctor. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 46, 52. The Golden Planet: Major invents a new two-seater rocket for special trips. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Maddy leaves Summer Bay without Matt. Roo takes drastic action to heal the pain of Maddy's departure. Phoebe's world is sent spinning while Dom gets a surprise visit from his wife. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Lunar Excitation: Raj registers Sheldon for online dating and finds the perfect match: the female version of Sheldon. Penny seduces Leonard while she's drunk. (S3 Ep23, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm The Goldbergs: DannyDonnieJoeyJonJordan: Adam and Barry find Erica's old collection of New Kids on the Block memorabilia in the cluttered garage and tease her mercilessly. (S2 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: The Two Mrs Nahasapeemapetilons: Marge agrees to pretend to be Apu's wife when his mother visits to set up his arranged marriage, and Homer moves into the Retirement Castle. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: The Two Mrs Nahasapeemapetilons: Marge agrees to pretend to be Apu's wife when his mother visits to set up his arranged marriage, and Homer moves into the Retirement Castle. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May try to make train travel cheaper, faster and more interesting - good luck with that, lads. The very funny Rowan Atkinson guests. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Shadows: Animated adventures. The moonlight is so strange and beautiful that it's hard for Abney to sleep. Teal decides to tire Abney out with an adventure. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Robotic Manipulation: Penny tags along to Sheldon's first date with a woman he's been texting for months. Howard finds a new use for a robotic arm. (S4 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:30pm The Goldbergs: The Darryl Dawkins Dance: As the school dance approaches, Erica asks Beverly to help her find Barry a date to keep him away from her best friend Lainey. (S2 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:30pm The Hairy Builder: 7, 15. Lambeth Palace: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Lambeth Palace, helping to restore the Great Hall's impressive hammerbeam ceiling. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:45pm Danger Mouse: Half the World is Not Enough: When Danger Mouse is responsible for Professor Squawkencluck losing her job his clumsy attempts to get her back help the Baron steal half the world. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:50pm Building the Dream: In Hampshire, Charlie Luxton helps Chris and Sonya as they demolish their run-down bungalow to replace it with a modern, two-storey home that's packed full of eco-features. (S2 Ep6, 12) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 6:55pm Heartbeat: Coming of Age: Tom's determination to show his true colours makes him a tragic hero on his 21st birthday. Vernon is left to blow his own trumpet after hiring out a brass band. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV (3)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:00pm Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00pm Horrible Histories Crafty Cleopatra...: ...Special. 7, 15. Historical sketch show. Egyptian Queen Cleopatra clashes with her brother, seizes power and hooks up with great Roman leaders Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm Murder, She Wrote: Murder According to Maggie: Mystery series about a sleuthing writer. A cop show producer turns investigator when the programmer who was about to cancel her series is killed. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 7:00pm Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Lunar Excitation: Raj registers Sheldon for online dating and finds the perfect match: the female version of Sheldon. Penny seduces Leonard while she's drunk. (S3 Ep23, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: The Two Mrs Nahasapeemapetilons: Marge agrees to pretend to be Apu's wife when his mother visits to set up his arranged marriage, and Homer moves into the Retirement Castle. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm EastEnders: Tragedy strikes for one family. Mick tries to get to the bottom of Linda's secret. Lee receives some life-changing news. Also in HD. Then BBC News. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Contractual Obligation Implementation: Leonard, Sheldon and Howard are forced to volunteer for a university committee. Raj plans a stress-free date with Lucy. (S6 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Robotic Manipulation: Penny tags along to Sheldon's first date with a woman he's been texting for months. Howard finds a new use for a robotic arm. (S4 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:30pm The Wonder of Animals: 6, 12. Elephants: Chris Packham explores the anatomy and physiology of the world's largest land animal. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:55pm Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:55pm Grand Designs: In Suffolk, Simon and his wife Jill hope to restore one of the smallest surviving medieval guildhalls in the country to its original splendour. Kevin McCloud follows their progress. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm Child Genius: Quizmaster Richard Osman puts the remaining 13 competitors through a general knowledge round including arts, science, history and UK rail stations.(S7 Ep2, 4) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00pm Child Genius: Quizmaster Richard Osman puts the remaining 13 competitors through a general knowledge round including arts, science, history and UK rail stations.(S7 Ep2, 4) (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:00pm Holby City: A Perfect Life: Essie finds her own life in danger when she tries to help a desperate patient, and a new doctor shakes things up with her arrival on Darwin. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:00pm Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm Murder, She Wrote: Murder According to Maggie: Mystery series about a sleuthing writer. A cop show producer turns investigator when the programmer who was about to cancel her series is killed. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 8:00pm New: 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Sax Problem: When Earl's old jazz band does an anniversary gig at a music club owned by his furious ex-girlfriend, he's unable to play alongside them. (S5 Ep9, 22) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:00pm Sacred Wonders of Britain: 1, 3. Neil Oliver uncovers Britain's ancient landscape of belief and ritual. He searches for the earliest stirrings of religion, finding clues left by Ice Age hunters. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 8:30pm New: 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the No New Friends: When Max reconnects with Becky, an old friend from the past, Caroline is jealous and decides to build new friendships of her own. (S5 Ep10, 22) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Contractual Obligation Implementation: Leonard, Sheldon and Howard are forced to volunteer for a university committee. Raj plans a stress-free date with Lucy. (S6 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Dumping Ground: 2, 13. Quitters: Faith's homecoming doesn't quite go to plan, and when Bailey's father finally turns up, will there be a happy reunion? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 8:55pm Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm Bad Teacher: (2011) Outrageous comedy. A teacher (Cameron Diaz) tries to raise money to pay for surgical enhancements so she can seduce a supply teacher (Justin Timberlake). Sex, drugs, strong language. (1 hour 50 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm Child Genius: Quizmaster Richard Osman puts the remaining 13 competitors through a general knowledge round including arts, science, history and UK rail stations.(S7 Ep2, 4) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm New Zealand: Earth's Mythical Islands: 1, 3. Cast Adrift: Isolated since the time of the dinosaurs, New Zealand's wildlife has been left to its own devices. Its forests are stalked by predators from the Jurassic era. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 9:00pm New: 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the Sax Problem: When Earl's old jazz band does an anniversary gig at a music club owned by his furious ex-girlfriend, he's unable to play alongside them. (S5 Ep9, 22) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:00pm New: Building the Dream: In south Wales, Jodie and Rhodri Howells must decide to either renovate the 50s bungalow on their countryside plot, or knock it down. Charlie Luxton's on hand with advice. (S5 Ep8, 9) (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00pm New: The Search for the Lost...: ...Manuscript: Julian of Norwich. The story of Revelations of Divine Love, the first book written in English by a woman. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 9:00pm The Client: Fast-paced thriller starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones, 1994. A boy holds vital information about a politician's murder and must rely on a female lawyer to protect him (1 hour 10 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 9:00pm The Job Interview: The new series following real interviews continues. Blacks Vets admit they're ruthless about finding the right receptionist. Colossal Training want a super-organised admin officer. (Ep2) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00pm The Job Interview: The new series following real interviews continues. Blacks Vets admit they're ruthless about finding the right receptionist. Colossal Training want a super-organised admin officer. (Ep2) (1 hour) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00pm The Living and the Dead: 4, 6. Supernatural drama series. The farm is under threat. Can Nathan and Charlotte save their crops and expose the secrets of a disturbed young man before he does any more damage? Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:30pm New: 2 Broke Girls: Brand new series - And the No New Friends: When Max reconnects with Becky, an old friend from the past, Caroline is jealous and decides to build new friendships of her own. (S5 Ep10, 22) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Bad Teacher: (2011) Outrageous comedy. A teacher (Cameron Diaz) tries to raise money to pay for surgical enhancements so she can seduce a supply teacher (Justin Timberlake). Sex, drugs, strong language. (1 hour 50 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Inside Claridge's: 2, 3. Documentary series revealing the inner world of luxury hotel Claridge's. Exploring the importance of tradition and continuity to the hotel's clientele - and to its reputation. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 10:00pm Law and Order: UK: Safe: When a toddler goes missing, his mother reports him kidnapped and a massive police hunt is launched to find him, but the search throws up more questions than answers. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:00pm The Enfield Haunting: The compelling real-life drama reaches its emotional climax. Back on the case, Maurice and Guy step up their efforts to free Janet from the poltergeist. (Part 3 of 3) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00pm The Job Interview: The new series following real interviews continues. Blacks Vets admit they're ruthless about finding the right receptionist. Colossal Training want a super-organised admin officer. (Ep2) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:15pm The Client: Fast-paced thriller starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones, 1994. A boy holds vital information about a politician's murder and must rely on a female lawyer to protect him (1 hour 10 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 10:40pm Davina McCall: Life at the Extreme: Davina McCall explores the Earth's extremes. Davina travels to the Svalbard islands in the Arctic Circle - the icy home of the polar bear and one of the coldest places on Earth. (1 hour) on ITV (3)
  • 10:45pm Family Guy: Peter-Assment: Animated comedy. Peter decides to become a full-time member of the paparazzi after successfully selling footage of a celebrity. Stewie gets stage fright. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:50pm The Big Bang Theory: The Proton Transmogrification: Sheldon struggles to process his feelings of grief when his idol Professor Proton passes away. The gang gather to celebrate Star Wars Day. (S7 Ep22, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:00pm Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:00pm Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden...: ...Treasures. 1, 3. Weird Wonders: Richard Fortey explores a fossilised seabed containing lifeforms that revolutionised understanding of the origins of complex life. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 11:00pm Law and Order: UK: Safe: When a toddler goes missing, his mother reports him kidnapped and a massive police hunt is launched to find him, but the search throws up more questions than answers. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:00pm Sam Faiers: The Baby Diaries: Former TOWIE star Sam Faiers and boyfriend Paul invite cameras into their lives, following them every step of the way through pregnancy, labour and their early days of parenthood. (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITVBe (26)
  • 11:05pm 24 Hours in A&E: Linden, 15, is at King's after cutting his leg back-flipping off a shed onto a trampoline. And Antony - who has smoked for 40 years - has lost all feeling in his left leg. (S6 Ep5, 7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 11:15pm Exodus: Our Journey to Europe: 2, 3. Documentary following some of the people who smuggled themselves into Europe in 2015, including Syrian Kurd Ahmad who has reached Athens. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:15pm Family Guy: Big Man on Hippocampus: Animated comedy. After hitting his head, Peter develops amnesia and forgets everything, including his family and his friends. Lois tries to jog his memory. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:20pm The Big Bang Theory: The Gorilla Dissolution: Penny re-evaluates her life, including taking a big step with Leonard, while Howard and Bernadette struggle to care for Mrs Wolowitz. (S7 Ep23, 24) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:30pm Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 11:40pm Davina McCall: Life at the Extreme: Davina McCall explores the Earth's extremes. Davina travels to the Svalbard islands in the Arctic Circle - the icy home of the polar bear and one of the coldest places on Earth. (1 hour) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 11:45pm American Dad!: Spelling Bee My Baby: Animated series. Francine tries to rig the school spelling bee so that Steve will win. Stan and Roger try to rush Hayley's grieving process. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:50pm The Big Bang Theory: The Proton Transmogrification: Sheldon struggles to process his feelings of grief when his idol Professor Proton passes away. The gang gather to celebrate Star Wars Day. (S7 Ep22, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 11:55pm Forces of Nature with Brian Cox: 3, 4. The Moth and the Flame: Professor Brian Cox reveals how Earth's beauty is created by just a handful of forces. In this episode, he investigates the building blocks of life. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • Wednesday 20th July

  • 12:00am Bullseye: Dartboard quiz game that tests contestants' darts skills and their general knowledge. (30 minutes) on Challenge (46)
  • 12:00am Ghost Adventures: Bobby Mackey's Music World: The very first series of the terrifying ghost-related reality show. A Kentucky music club claims to harbour a gateway to hell in the basement. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S2, ep 12) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am Sacred Wonders of Britain: 1, 3. Neil Oliver uncovers Britain's ancient landscape of belief and ritual. He searches for the earliest stirrings of religion, finding clues left by Ice Age hunters. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 12:15am American Dad!: Finger Lenting Good: Animated series. Francine encourages the family to give up their vices, but they all get drunk at Roger's Mardi Gras party and enter into a pact with Bullock. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:15am Exodus: Our Journey to Europe: 3, 3. The story of 21-year-old Alaigie, whose journey through Africa proves dangerous. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:20am The Big Bang Theory: The Gorilla Dissolution: Penny re-evaluates her life, including taking a big step with Leonard, while Howard and Bernadette struggle to care for Mrs Wolowitz. (S7 Ep23, 24) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:30am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S2, ep 13) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 1:00am A History of Art in Three Colours: 1, 3. Gold: How golden treasures made across the ages reflect everything we have held as sacred. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 1:00am Ghost Adventures: Edinburgh Vaults: Viewers' favourite. Ghostly goings-on. The boys probe the vaults under Edinburgh's Southern Bridge, said to be one of the most scary spots in Scotland! (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00am Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 1:15am Celebrity MasterChef: 6, 12. Cookery competition. This week's heat continues with the four celebrities pairing up to create a main course and pudding - however, one chef must take over the work of the other. (1 hour 30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:55am Building the Dream: In south Wales, Jodie and Rhodri Howells must decide to either renovate the 50s bungalow on their countryside plot, or knock it down. Charlie Luxton's on hand with advice. (S5 Ep8, 9) (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:00am Inside Claridge's: 2, 3. Documentary series revealing the inner world of luxury hotel Claridge's. Exploring the importance of tradition and continuity to the hotel's clientele - and to its reputation. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 2:45am Nature's Perfect Partners - Natural...: ...World. Bill Bailey introduces extraordinary partnerships found in nature. Hippos join forces with fish for a full-body exfoliation, while ravens invite wolverines to dinner. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:50am New Girl: Brand new series - Wig: When Nick's intense attraction to Reagan has an impact on Schmidt and Cece's relationship, they take action. Winston teaches Reagan the art of break-ups. (S5 Ep7, 22) (25 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:00am The Search for the Lost Manuscript:...: ...Julian of Norwich. The story of Revelations of Divine Love, the first book written in English by a woman. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 3:00am Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 3:15am Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Miso Dead: Tensions run high - fuelled by Scholls and Tribeca's love triangle with Geils - when the skull of a missing sushi chef is fished out of the ocean. (S2 Ep2, 10) (20 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 3:50am New Girl: Brand new series - Wig: When Nick's intense attraction to Reagan has an impact on Schmidt and Cece's relationship, they take action. Winston teaches Reagan the art of break-ups. (S5 Ep7, 22) (25 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:15am Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Miso Dead: Tensions run high - fuelled by Scholls and Tribeca's love triangle with Geils - when the skull of a missing sushi chef is fished out of the ocean. (S2 Ep2, 10) (20 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 4:30am Animal House: Documentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. (S2, ep 4) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 7, 10. The team meet a paramedic whose busy life has left her with no time to sort her bills. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Lonely Dick: Sally takes on the job of researching women's grooming and beauty secrets. When Mary Albright leaves town for a while, Dick is plagued by loneliness and breaks into her home. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Lonely Dick: Sally takes on the job of researching women's grooming and beauty secrets. When Mary Albright leaves town for a while, Dick is plagued by loneliness and breaks into her home. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:25am Heartbeat: Coming of Age: Tom's determination to show his true colours makes him a tragic hero on his 21st birthday. Vernon is left to blow his own trumpet after hiring out a brass band. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Gets the Job Done: Animation about a lamb at nursery school. It is time to spring-clean the nursery, but Timmy wants to go outside and play, so he rushes his chores. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Body & Soul & Dick: Dick faces the difficult task of delivering an honest eulogy at the funeral service for an irascible academic who was almost universally disliked. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Body & Soul & Dick: Dick faces the difficult task of delivering an honest eulogy at the funeral service for an irascible academic who was almost universally disliked. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 7, 20. Stoke: The team are in Stoke-on-Trent to transform a characterless plot into an 'outdoor room'. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:50am Minder: Second-Hand Pose: After being left in an industrial freezer, Terry looks for alternative employment and gets work helping out an old friend in the second-hand furniture business. (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: Black Top Dark Matter: Animated series following four friends as they train at the Academy for Aspiring Sidekicks. Eric must evade XOX while undertaking a dangerous mission. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Ab-Dick-Ted: Mary Albright's brother Roy alarms the Solomons by telling them he has been abducted from a cornfield by an alien spacecraft, making Sally concerned that he is a security risk. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Ab-Dick-Ted: Mary Albright's brother Roy alarms the Solomons by telling them he has been abducted from a cornfield by an alien spacecraft, making Sally concerned that he is a security risk. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: Behind: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos entertain a baby - and confuse her dad by popping up behind him. Back in the boat the Drawing Wall draws a wall. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Lonely Dick: Sally takes on the job of researching women's grooming and beauty secrets. When Mary Albright leaves town for a while, Dick is plagued by loneliness and breaks into her home. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: The Other Day the Earth Stood Still: Animated series. Only Danger Mouse can save the world from chaos when the Baron stops the world spinning with a plague of traffic lights. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 7, 15. Lambeth Palace: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Lambeth Palace, helping to restore the Great Hall's impressive hammerbeam ceiling. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:35am Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Body & Soul & Dick: Dick faces the difficult task of delivering an honest eulogy at the funeral service for an irascible academic who was almost universally disliked. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Lobby Race: Preschool puppet show. Elmo faces up to Charlton the Champion in the lobby obstacle race. Phoebe shows him how to run the course. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:00am Close Calls: On Camera: Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. A team of British rowers take on the Pacific Ocean, but their journey nearly ends in tragedy as their small boat begins to sink. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00am Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Ab-Dick-Ted: Mary Albright's brother Roy alarms the Solomons by telling them he has been abducted from a cornfield by an alien spacecraft, making Sally concerned that he is a security risk. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Albino Humpback Whale: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts help out an albino humpback whale with a nasty sunburn. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Top Gear: More madcap motoring with the team, plus all the news and views from the vehicular world. Jeremy tests an updated version of the classic Jensen Interceptor. (50 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: Pirate Treasure: The adventures of Rosie and her colourful group of friends. Everyone's excited to play a pirate game, but they can't agree on who should be captain. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:25am Frasier: Beloved Infidel: Frasier and Martin finally discover something they have in common: they were both cheated on by their wives. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:25am Frasier: Beloved Infidel: Frasier and Martin finally discover something they have in common: they were both cheated on by their wives. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:35am Hollyoaks: Celine desperately tries to get through to Kim. Peri continues her cruel campaign. Zack has an ultimatum for his parents - will they give him what he wants, even if it pushes Lisa away? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:35am The Royal: Sins of the Father: Hospital drama. Ormerod is confronted with a family tragedy when a domestic dispute spirals out of control. Lizzie's scooter causes more trouble than it is worth. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 8:55am Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:55am Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 8:55am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: Jamie Oliver cooks sizzling chicken fajitas, grilled peppers, salsa, rice and beans, plus, prawn cocktail, king prawns and pan bread. (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Selling Out: Frasier is in a moral and ethical quandary. Should he or should he not do a commercial for a Chinese restaurant? Daphne offers her own unique advice. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Selling Out: Frasier is in a moral and ethical quandary. Should he or should he not do a commercial for a Chinese restaurant? Daphne offers her own unique advice. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00am The Goldbergs: DannyDonnieJoeyJonJordan: Adam and Barry find Erica's old collection of New Kids on the Block memorabilia in the cluttered garage and tease her mercilessly. (S2 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. It's Jacob's first day at Mere Green School and even the rain doesn't stop him from having fun with new friends. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:10am Bing: Balloon: Bing and Sula find a helium balloon stuck in a tree in the park. They both want to play with it at the same time so Flop makes two strings and they invent a noisy game. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Bing: Music: Children's animation. It's music time at the creche, and everyone wants a turn on the drum. Bing gets impatient waiting for his turn and tries to grab the drum from Sula. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 8, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team help a former police officer whose daughter and pampered bulldog are draining her bank balance. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 8, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team help a former police officer whose daughter and pampered bulldog are draining her bank balance. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:25am Frasier: Beloved Infidel: Frasier and Martin finally discover something they have in common: they were both cheated on by their wives. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Werewolf Transformation: Sheldon's well-organised world is turned upside down when he learns that the barber who has cut his hair for years is ill in hospital. (S5 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Werewolf Transformation: Sheldon's well-organised world is turned upside down when he learns that the barber who has cut his hair for years is ill in hospital. (S5 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:30am The Goldbergs: The Darryl Dawkins Dance: As the school dance approaches, Erica asks Beverly to help her find Barry a date to keep him away from her best friend Lainey. (S2 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:55am Dare to Believe: Georgie Hermitage: Growing up with cerebral palsy, Georgie rejected athletics when her coach suggested she compete in disability sport. But London 2012 changed her mind and now she's a contender for Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Selling Out: Frasier is in a moral and ethical quandary. Should he or should he not do a commercial for a Chinese restaurant? Daphne offers her own unique advice. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Selling Out: Frasier is in a moral and ethical quandary. Should he or should he not do a commercial for a Chinese restaurant? Daphne offers her own unique advice. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:00am Mr Bean: No Pets: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean decides he needs some new and exciting friends in the shape of pets. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Weekend Vortex: Amy is upset when Sheldon breaks his promise to attend her aunt's birthday party in order to join the guys for a video game marathon. (S5 Ep19, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00am The Goldbergs: DannyDonnieJoeyJonJordan: Adam and Barry find Erica's old collection of New Kids on the Block memorabilia in the cluttered garage and tease her mercilessly. (S2 Ep10, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:15am Mr Bean: A Ray of Sunshine: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is in pursuit of sunshine but only manages to cause chaos on the beach! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Scorpion: Hard Knox: US military drama series. Team Scorpion are hired by the Department of Defence to break into Fort Knox to test their security. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:25am The Simpsons: Today I Am a Clown: Homer is a huge success when he fills in for Krusty on TV. Guest starring Mr T and Jackie Mason. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:25am Wolfblood: 7, 13. Dark Moon: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. It is the day of the dark moon and Maddy and Rhydian have lost all their wolfblood powers. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 10:30am Mr Bean: Birthday Bear: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean is shocked when Teddy receives a birthday card from Bean's girlfriend. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Werewolf Transformation: Sheldon's well-organised world is turned upside down when he learns that the barber who has cut his hair for years is ill in hospital. (S5 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Werewolf Transformation: Sheldon's well-organised world is turned upside down when he learns that the barber who has cut his hair for years is ill in hospital. (S5 Ep18, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:30am The Goldbergs: The Darryl Dawkins Dance: As the school dance approaches, Erica asks Beverly to help her find Barry a date to keep him away from her best friend Lainey. (S2 Ep11, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:45am Mr Bean: The Mole: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean's landlady is hopping mad when she finds molehills on her lovely croquet lawn. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:55am Murder, She Wrote: Murder According to Maggie: Mystery series about a sleuthing writer. A cop show producer turns investigator when the programmer who was about to cancel her series is killed. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:55am The Simpsons: 'Tis the Fifteenth Season: After seeing A Christmas Carol on TV, Homer realises he's been too selfish and decides to make amends, culminating in a 'nice-off' with Ned Flanders. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:55am Wolfblood: 8, 13. Wolfsbane: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. During a sleepover with her friends at Shannon's, Maddy is given wolfsbane and fails to control her inner wolf. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:00am Ghost Adventures: Houghton Mansion: The intrepid trio are in New England, waiting to terrify you out of your wits. They visit a mansion where a family was torn apart by a tragic accident. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 11:00am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Gone Fishing: Henry and Dad find themselves on a fishing trip together, which is better than being on a shopping trip - or so they think! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Weekend Vortex: Amy is upset when Sheldon breaks his promise to attend her aunt's birthday party in order to join the guys for a video game marathon. (S5 Ep19, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Weekend Vortex: Amy is upset when Sheldon breaks his promise to attend her aunt's birthday party in order to join the guys for a video game marathon. (S5 Ep19, 24) (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 11:15am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Pet Sitting Service: Henry's new service to the community - pet sitting - comes unstuck when he gets overambitious. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:25am Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:25am The Simpsons: Today I Am a Clown: Homer is a huge success when he fills in for Krusty on TV. Guest starring Mr T and Jackie Mason. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:25am The Simpsons: Today I Am a Clown: Homer is a huge success when he fills in for Krusty on TV. Guest starring Mr T and Jackie Mason. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 11:25am Wolfblood: 9, 13. A Quiet Night In: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. Rhydian agrees to spend the full moon in the den with Maddy and her parents. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:30am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Heist: When Henry accidentally submits a project at school that could get him grounded for life, the race is on to retrieve it before any real damage is done. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:45am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Big Dig: Mum decides to extend her veg patch which means requisitioning Henry's fort - how is Henry going to persuade her to give up her plans? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:55am The Simpsons: 'Tis the Fifteenth Season: After seeing A Christmas Carol on TV, Homer realises he's been too selfish and decides to make amends, culminating in a 'nice-off' with Ned Flanders. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:55am The Simpsons: 'Tis the Fifteenth Season: After seeing A Christmas Carol on TV, Homer realises he's been too selfish and decides to make amends, culminating in a 'nice-off' with Ned Flanders. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:00pm Border Security: Canada's...: ...Front Line. A street performer is caught in the middle of an escape act, while a cheeky bus passenger answers questions about his mischievous past. (S2, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: More motoring madness. Jeremy Clarkson subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test, while James May visits the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Hungerford: Antiques challenge. The royal county market town of Hungerford plays host to two teams of bargain hunters. Tim Wonnacott presents, with Kate Bateman and Nick Hall. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Hungerford: Antiques challenge. The royal county market town of Hungerford plays host to two teams of bargain hunters. Tim Wonnacott presents, with Kate Bateman and Nick Hall. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:15pm Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:25pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:25pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:30pm Nowhere Boys: 7, 13. Drama series. In an effort to allay the growing suspicions of the community, the boys return to school, but this only attracts the attention of the evil force. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 17, 20. A Royal Stink: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to Music for the Royal Fireworks composed by Handel, and imagines a story about a royal stew. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:55pm Heartbeat: Love Hurts: A serious allegation is made against Sgt Merton, but Mike is determined to clear his name. Vernon is concerned that Bernie is acting strangely. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3 (10)
  • 12:55pm Nowhere Boys: 8, 13. Drama series. The boys grow ever more suspicious about Phoebe's motives and decide to confront her following the dog attack on their school. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Ted Mosby: Architect: Ted and Robin have their first big argument after Robin becomes annoyed at hearing Ted's work grumbles, so Ted's pals try to prove that he's not dull. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:00pm Inside Out Homes: From garden cinemas to outside kitchens, this new series explores how the home is changing as house and garden blur. In this episode Zac Monro transforms a Manchester garden. (Ep1, 3) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 1:00pm Inside Out Homes: From garden cinemas to outside kitchens, this new series explores how the home is changing as house and garden blur. In this episode Zac Monro transforms a Manchester garden. (Ep1, 3) (1 hour) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 1:00pm Mr Bean: Road Works: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean's tranquillity is shattered by deafening roadworks outside his bedroom window. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm NCIS: Boxed In: Drama series following investigations of crimes connected to Navy and Marine Corps personnel. Tony and Ziva disappear while searching for weapons at a shipyard. (S3 Ep 12) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 1:00pm Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. It's Jacob's first day at Mere Green School and even the rain doesn't stop him from having fun with new friends. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: More motoring madness. Jeremy Clarkson subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test, while James May visits the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Balloon: Bing and Sula find a helium balloon stuck in a tree in the park. They both want to play with it at the same time so Flop makes two strings and they invent a noisy game. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Music: Children's animation. It's music time at the creche, and everyone wants a turn on the drum. Bing gets impatient waiting for his turn and tries to grab the drum from Sula. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Emmerdale: Charity and Belle's plan is thwarted. Tracy makes a difficult decision. Liv asks Finn for advice. (1 hour) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Maddy leaves Summer Bay without Matt. Roo takes drastic action to heal the pain of Maddy's departure. Phoebe's world is sent spinning with Dom gets a surprise visit from his wife. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 1:15pm Mr Bean: The Sofa: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. The sofa's springs explode under Mr Bean. Can he afford to buy a new sofa? Will he never relax in front of the telly again? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:20pm Nowhere Boys: 9, 13. Drama series. The boys return to the Bremin Ranges, hoping to replicate the conditions of their first excursion in a bid to return home. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:25pm Time Team: The Team uncover a massive range and number of items from Roman Britain and stage an ambitious geophys survey at a spectacular site at Brancaster in Norfolk (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:30pm How I Met Your Mother: World's Greatest Couple: Lily moves into Barney's flat to escape her rat-infested home. The two fall asleep in each other's arms but feel awkward when they wake up. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:30pm Mr Bean: Treasure!: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. In a dark corner of his attic, Mr Bean finds a treasure map. But tricky clues lead him nearly all the way to Australia! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Coast: 11, 35. Brittany: Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:45pm Mr Bean: Homeless: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. After a regrettable episode involving his landlady sleepwalking into his room, Mr Bean suddenly finds himself out on his ear. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: Xanthe dumps Ben when Gary reveals he paid him to take her to the school formal. Steph agrees to meet Belinda to clear the air, but Belinda has more than lunch on her mind. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 8, 40. Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. A dog that keeps barking due to lack of exercise results in a neighbour dispute and a suspected poisoning. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 8, 40. Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. A dog that keeps barking due to lack of exercise results in a neighbour dispute and a suspected poisoning. Also in HD. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Ice Cream Dream: Henry cannot imagine a world without ice cream, so he tries to make sure that it will never happen! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Ted Mosby: Architect: Ted and Robin have their first big argument after Robin becomes annoyed at hearing Ted's work grumbles, so Ted's pals try to prove that he's not dull. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Lunar Excitation: Raj registers Sheldon for online dating and finds the perfect match: the female version of Sheldon. Penny seduces Leonard while she's drunk. (S3 Ep23, 23) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:00pm Who Do You Think You Are?: Minnie Driver: Celebs uncover their heritage. Minnie Driver's resolution to learn more about her war hero dad leads to some shocks - and relatives she never knew existed. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 2:15pm An Island Parish: Falklands: 3, 6. A New Era...: Series following the Falkland Islands' community. The Texans come to town to update the islanders on the oil exploration going on offshore. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:15pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 2:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the School Uniform: When Henry learns that a school uniform is being introduced to his school, he determines not to let it happen - but how will he stop it? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Patriot Down: Crime drama series. When a colleague's murder sends shockwaves through the team, Gibbs uncovers a surprising link to the crime. (S7 Ep 23) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Patriot Down: Crime drama series. When a colleague's murder sends shockwaves through the team, Gibbs uncovers a surprising link to the crime. (S7 Ep 23) (1 hour) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: US crime series. Special Agent Ned Dorneget from NCIS cyber operations assists the team when a Navy ensign who worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence is murdered. (S12 Ep 22) (55 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: Peak District: Property series. Nicki Chapman helps a campervan-loving couple with a £400,000 budget find a perfect rural property within range of the Peak District. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: Peak District: Property series. Nicki Chapman helps a campervan-loving couple with a £400,000 budget find a perfect rural property within range of the Peak District. (1 hour) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 2:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Secret Surprise: Mum, Dad and Peter are being very secretive - could they have something very special planned? Henry certainly thinks so! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother: World's Greatest Couple: Lily moves into Barney's flat to escape her rat-infested home. The two fall asleep in each other's arms but feel awkward when they wake up. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Robotic Manipulation: Penny tags along to Sheldon's first date with a woman he's been texting for months. Howard finds a new use for a robotic arm. (S4 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:30pm Time Team: The Team investigate a huge hill near Cardiff that may be the long-lost Iron Age capital of south Wales, and discover a particularly rare and impressive Early Iron Age find. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry on TV: When the makers of Kidswap come to town, Henry thinks the idea of swapping parents is a great one - but he soon learns how wrong he is! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:45pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 3:00pm Coast: Secret Paths to Hidden Treasures: Nick Crane and co embark on a path to discovery as they explore our coastal tracks, visiting stunning spots on Cape Wrath, Iona, Anglesey and Lundy. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 3:00pm DIY SOS: Nick Knowles and the team fly to the rescue of a widow in Farnborough, who moved into a dream home with her family 10 years ago. Now it's a nightmare. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Lunar Excitation: Raj registers Sheldon for online dating and finds the perfect match: the female version of Sheldon. Penny seduces Leonard while she's drunk. (S3 Ep23, 23) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:05pm Sidekick: Drop the Needles: Animated series following four friends as they train at the Academy for Aspiring Sidekicks. Eric challenges Kid Ruthless to a DJ battle. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:10pm Africa: 3, 6. Congo: David Attenborough's breathtaking journey through Africa. In the Congo, animals must stand up and fight for their patch and head off stiff competition. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 8, 20. Pontefract: Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, to transform a 50-foot long plot into a wildlife haven and a place to grow fruit and veg. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 8, 20. Pontefract: Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, to transform a plot into a wildlife haven and a place to grow fruit and veg. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 3:30pm DIY SOS: Nick Knowles and the team rescue more hapless DIY-ers. This time they're in Bristol helping a couple with a self-build house that has taken nearly three years to become habitable. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:30pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Robotic Manipulation: Penny tags along to Sheldon's first date with a woman he's been texting for months. Howard finds a new use for a robotic arm. (S4 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: A Garden Full of Beasts: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Great Aunt Loretta decides the garden needs tidying up and calls for Mr Hackit the gardener. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Aldrin Justice: Barney seduces Marshall's professor in the hope that she'll give the class higher marks, but she ends up grading Barney's performance in the bedroom. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: Nightmare on 6th Street: Tales of the paranormal told by those who recorded their hauntings. Cameras appear to capture the spirit of a little girl, and two phantoms at an opera house. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:00pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Challenge: Children's drama series. Sophie and Brian are missing their home planet, and Lucy has a challenge for Josh. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:00pm NCIS: Deception: Drama series following the US navy's dedicated federal agency. The commander in charge of a shipment of nuclear weapons is kidnapped. (S3 Ep 13) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 4:00pm The Dog Whisperer: Series four of the mutt-see documentary charting the ups and downs of Cesar Millan as he helps pet owners struggling to cope with their problematic pooches. (S4, ep 3) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 4:10pm Himalaya with Michael Palin: 6, 6. Bhutan to Bay of Bengal: Michael Palin concludes his Himalayan trek by travelling from Bhutan through Bangladesh before finishing on a fishing boat in the Bay of Bengal. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 4:25pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Genius: Children's drama series about extraterrestrial visitors. Josh becomes a chess champion and maths prodigy by accident. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Swarley: Barney is accidentally called Swarley by Chloe, the coffee house waitress, leading an amused Ted and Marshall to call him by this name all day. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:30pm So Awkward: 13, 13. Pouncing Tigers: Comedy series. Her friends are horrified when Jas signs them all up to a charity basketball tournament in an effort to impress a boy. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 8, 30. Ways to Strike the Ball: Preschool sports series. Rachel challenges the team and teaches them how to do some powerful kicks. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:45pm My Parents Are Aliens: Skirting the Issue: Children's drama series about extraterrestrial visitors. Mel rebels against wearing school uniform. It is Lucy's turn to look after the school hamster. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm Ghost Adventures: Idaho State Penitentiary: The frightfully good paranormal show! Expect lots of shocks as the boys visit Old Idaho State Penitentiary, where prisoners were hung for their crimes. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Aldrin Justice: Barney seduces Marshall's professor in the hope that she'll give the class higher marks, but she ends up grading Barney's performance in the bedroom. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 4) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm Neighbours: When Piper finds Tyler talking to a hot girl she throws a jug of water over her, only to discover that she is her new teacher. Ben and Xanthe share a romantic kiss. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 5:00pm New: Junior Vets on Call Series 2: The junior vets help creatures in trouble, wherever they are. Toby the tubby terrier is put through his paces at the pet gym, while Cassie the lazy labrador goes swimming. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:00pm Octonauts Special: The Over, Under...: ...Adventure. The Octonauts' mission to explore Antarctica becomes a desperate rescue as a group of sea stars and urchins are threatened by a brinicle. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 5:00pm The Goldbergs: Cowboy Country: New couple Lainey and Barry talk Murray into watching a football match with Lainey's dad Bill, but the two fathers support opposing teams. (S2 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: More madcap motoring with the team, plus all the news and views from the vehicular world. Jeremy tests an updated version of the classic Jensen Interceptor. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:00pm Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:10pm The Aquabats! Super Show!: The Anti-Bats!: Musical comedy action adventure series. Two competing bands seeking revenge on The Aquabats! unite with evil Silver Skull and become the Anti-Bats! (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Swarley: Barney is accidentally called Swarley by Chloe, the coffee house waitress, leading an amused Ted and Marshall to call him by this name all day. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 5) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 5:30pm The Dumping Ground: 5, 20. Hold the Front Page: Drama series. There is a shock in store for Ryan when his sister Chloe comes to the Dumping Ground. They share a traumatic secret in their past. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:30pm The Goldbergs: Van People: Erica and Barry buy a shabby second-hand van to drive. Adam is voted 'nicest guy' in the school yearbook but when he objects he is suspended. (S2 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 17, 40. Ribbon Sisters: Sarah and Duck are trying to exercise, but the neighbours need their help. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 47, 52. All Change Day: Major Clanger is making too much noise, so Mother suggests they swap jobs. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Maddy leaves Summer Bay without Matt. Roo takes drastic action to heal the pain of Maddy's departure. Phoebe's world is sent spinning with Dom gets a surprise visit from his wife. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 6:00pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification: Sheldon realises he won't live long enough to download his consciousness into a robot body, so he tries to extend his lifespan. (S4 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm The Goldbergs: Cowboy Country: New couple Lainey and Barry talk Murray into watching a football match with Lainey's dad Bill, but the two fathers support opposing teams. (S2 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: Sleeping with the Enemy: Feeling neglected by Bart and Lisa, Marge decides to adopt Nelson, but Bart is not happy to be sharing his room with the school bully. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm Top Gear: More madcap motoring with the team, plus all the news and views from the vehicular world. Jeremy tests an updated version of the classic Jensen Interceptor. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 6:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: More motoring madness. Jeremy Clarkson subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test, while James May visits the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. The Cafe: Animated adventures. Abney and Teal decide to set up a cafe. They're worried that they might not get any guests, but they needn't have worried! Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:15pm Clear and Present Danger: (1994) Violent thriller. Harrison Ford returns as CIA agent Jack Ryan, now attempting to rescue US troops abandoned in Colombia with only a renegade agent (Willem Dafoe) to help him. (2 hours 45 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:30pm Home and Away: Olivia decides that she wants to be intimate with Hunter again. Billie is secretly pleased when Leah invites her to move in with them. Tank and Skye decide to run away. (30 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • 6:30pm Neighbours: Steph learns that Charlie saw her and Belinda kissing. Jack is impressed when he sees that Paige is turning her life around. Sonya is forced to take a position on the bike lanes. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 6:30pm Neighbours: Xanthe dumps Ben when Gary reveals he paid him to take her to the school formal. Steph agrees to meet Belinda to clear the air, but Belinda has more than lunch on her mind. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Zazzy Substitution: The guys are concerned when a heartbroken Sheldon starts bulk-buying cats after he breaks up with Amy, so Leonard tries to get Sheldon's mother to visit. (S4 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:30pm The Goldbergs: Van People: Erica and Barry buy a shabby second-hand van to drive. Adam is voted 'nicest guy' in the school yearbook but when he objects he is suspended. (S2 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:30pm The Hairy Builder: 8, 15. Manchester Cathedral: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the restoration of one of Manchester's oldest buildings, its magnificent cathedral. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:45pm Danger Mouse: Send in the Clones: The duo take on a shoddy army of knock-offs when alien Quark's latest money making scheme is to create cheap copies of Danger Mouse and Penfold. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:50pm Building the Dream: In Devon, Charlie Luxton helps glass-blower Siddy Langley to self-build a combined home and studio. But flooding and huge interest payments on a loan put the project in jeopardy. (S2 Ep7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 6:50pm Heartbeat: Love Hurts: A serious allegation is made against Sgt Merton, but Mike is determined to clear his name. Vernon is concerned that Bernie is acting strangely. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 7:00pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is resisting temptation with her new man, while Warren is angry when James demands his payment. Kim throws a dinner party with disastrous results. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00pm Home and Away: Billie goes to dangerous lengths to hide evidence that her baby might be anyone but VJ's. Roo struggles to cope with her increasingly fragile state and turns to pills to help. (30 minutes) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 7:00pm Horrible Histories Gorgeous George...: ...III Special. 8, 15. King George III goes from a young unpopular king to a much-loved figure, and the team give their unique insight into the American Revolution. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm NCIS: Untouchable: US drama series about the navy's dedicated federal agency. The team investigates the apparent suicide of a Pentagon cryptographer. (S3 Ep 20) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 7:00pm Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 7:00pm Secrets of Great British Castles: Documentary series. Historian Dan Jones explores a stronghold built not only as an impenetrable fortress but also as a royal palace fit for a fairytale, Caernarfon. (S1 Ep 4) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 7:00pm Secrets of Great British Castles: Documentary series. Historian Dan Jones explores a stronghold built not only as an impenetrable fortress but also as a royal palace fit for a fairytale, Caernarfon. (S1 Ep 4) (1 hour) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification: Sheldon realises he won't live long enough to download his consciousness into a robot body, so he tries to extend his lifespan. (S4 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: Sleeping with the Enemy: Feeling neglected by Bart and Lisa, Marge decides to adopt Nelson, but Bart is not happy to be sharing his room with the school bully. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: Sleeping with the Enemy: Feeling neglected by Bart and Lisa, Marge decides to adopt Nelson, but Bart is not happy to be sharing his room with the school bully. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 7:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: More motoring madness. Jeremy Clarkson subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test, while James May visits the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. (1 hour) on Dave ja vu (84)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 7:30pm New: Jane the Virgin: Brand new series - Chapter Forty: Michael volunteers to babysit Mateo, until something happens to upset Rafael. Rogelio turns to his favourite writer to get him out of trouble. (S2 Ep18, 22) (1 hour) on E4 (28)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Zazzy Substitution: The guys are concerned when a heartbroken Sheldon starts bulk-buying cats after he breaks up with Amy, so Leonard tries to get Sheldon's mother to visit. (S4 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:30pm The Wonder of Animals: 7, 12. Great Apes: Chris Packham explores what makes animal groups successful. He looks at how the great ape's brain has been adapted by its anatomy, ingenuity and sociability. (30 minutes) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 7:30pm The Wonder of Animals: 7, 12. Great Apes: Chris Packham explores what makes animal groups successful. He looks at how the great ape's brain has been adapted by its anatomy, ingenuity and sociability. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 7:50pm Murder, She Wrote: O'Malley's Luck: The presumed suicide of a real-estate mogul's wife presents a lot of unanswered questions. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 7:55pm Grand Designs: Robert and Milla are redeveloping a 1980s house overlooking Lake Windermere in the Lake District, but the radical, innovative build is risky, and the family's budget is very tight. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm DIY SOS: Caravanning in Caersws: Nick Knowles and the builders transform more dodgy DIY. Gary and Andrea bought their run-down Welsh cottage seven years ago, but still live in a caravan. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 8:00pm Eat Well for Less?: 2, 5. The Thomas family: Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help families across the UK eat well for less. Gregg and Chris help a couple with wildly different approaches to food shopping. (1 hour) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 8:00pm Eat Well for Less?: 2, 5. The Thomas family: Gregg and Chris help a couple with wildly different approaches to food shopping. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Belle comes to a decision. Tracy is frustrated by David's attitude. Adam worries about Holly. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:00pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 8:00pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces: This episode features a double-decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k. (1 hour) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 8:00pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is resisting temptation with her new man, while Warren is angry when James demands his payment. Kim throws a dinner party with disastrous results. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm Inside Einstein's Mind: The Enigma of...: ...Space and Time. The story of the most elegant, powerful theory in science - Einstein's general relativity. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 8:00pm Inside Einstein's Mind: The Enigma of...: ...Space and Time. The story of the most elegant, powerful theory in science - Einstein's general relativity. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 8:00pm NCIS: Untouchable: US drama series about the navy's dedicated federal agency. The team investigates the apparent suicide of a Pentagon cryptographer. (S3 Ep 20) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 8:00pm New: GPs: Behind Closed Doors: Documentary series. The doctors treat a wave of patients in search of physical and emotional pain relief, including a woman who is in a low mood after donating her kidney. (S3 Ep 40) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 8:00pm New: GPs: Behind Closed Doors: Documentary series. The doctors treat a wave of patients in search of physical and emotional pain relief, including a woman who is in a low mood after donating her kidney. (S3 Ep 40) (1 hour) on Channel 5 HD (105)
  • 8:00pm Secrets of Great British Castles: Documentary series. Historian Dan Jones explores a stronghold built not only as an impenetrable fortress but also as a royal palace fit for a fairytale, Caernarfon. (S1 Ep 4) (1 hour) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: David faces an uncomfortable truth. Simon grows fearful about Leanne. Tim acts as peacemaker. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:30pm DIY SOS: 'Elping out in Essex: Nick Knowles races to the scene of another DIY disaster. In Halstead, the Curry family reveal how a simple renovation job turned into a nightmare. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 8:30pm New: Jane the Virgin: Brand new series - Chapter Forty: Michael volunteers to babysit Mateo, until something happens to upset Rafael. Rogelio turns to his favourite writer to get him out of trouble. (S2 Ep18, 22) (1 hour) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Tenure Turbulence: A tenured position becomes available at the university, and competition soon heats up when Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Kripke all apply for it. (S6 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Dumping Ground: 3, 13. Experience: Drama series. A buzz is created when the Dumping Ground residents are asked to star in a film. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 8:55pm Agatha Christie's Marple: They Do It with Mirrors: After a murder on stage, Miss Marple has to draw from her understanding of human character to unpick the conjuring trick played out by the murderer. (2 hours) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 9:00pm 24 Hours in A&E: Tony has fallen head-first onto a tiled floor while doing DIY. Charlie was assaulted on his way home from a night out. And 10-year-old Lucy has been having seizures for 48 hours. (S11 Ep10) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00pm Bones: The Bond In The Boot: Brennan and Booth are back at their bickering best. When a man is murdered for his briefcase, the delectable duo uncover connections to the CIA. (S5, ep 2) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 9:00pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 9:00pm Celebrity First Dates: Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and BGT winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public. (Ep2) (1 hour) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 9:00pm Grand Designs: Jonathan and his wife Deborah put everything on hold as they build a semi-subterranean, mini Hollywood Hills-style mansion in the heart of north London. But what will the neighbours think? (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00pm New: Containment: Brand new series - I to Die, You to Live: Lex hears that a woman who had contact with an infected patient is missing. Jake's resentment towards Lex makes him spiral out of control. (Ep2, 13) (1 hour) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm New: GPs: Behind Closed Doors: Documentary series. The doctors treat a wave of patients in search of physical and emotional pain relief, including a woman who is in a low mood after donating her kidney. (S3 Ep 40) (1 hour) on Channel 5+1 (44)
  • 9:00pm New: The Joy of Data: Exploration of THE word of our age - data - with mathematician Hannah Fry. What is data? How is it stored, shared, made sense of? And what does data reveal about us and the world? (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 9:00pm New: The Joy of Data: Exploration of THE word of our age - data - with mathematician Hannah Fry. What is data? How is it stored, shared, made sense of? And what does data reveal about us and the world? Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 9:00pm Saving Lives at Sea: 2, 4. Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The volunteers are called to rescue two students who have jumped naked into the River Thames while high on LSD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE HD (101)
  • 9:00pm Saving Lives at Sea: 2, 4. Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The volunteers are called to rescue two students who have jumped naked into the River Thames while high on LSD. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:00pm The Heat: (2013) Broad-humoured comedy from the director of Bridesmaids. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy star as mismatched cops who are forced to work together. Strong language, drugs, violence. (2 hours 20 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 9:00pm Versailles: 7, 10. While Louis is ill, those conspiring against him grow in strength. Contains very strong language and explicit sexual content. Also in HD. Followed by Inside Versailles. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Tenure Turbulence: A tenured position becomes available at the university, and competition soon heats up when Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Kripke all apply for it. (S6 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm 24 Hours in A&E: Tony has fallen head-first onto a tiled floor while doing DIY. Charlie was assaulted on his way home from a night out. And 10-year-old Lucy has been having seizures for 48 hours. (S11 Ep10) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00pm 24 Hours in A&E: Tony has fallen head-first onto a tiled floor while doing DIY. Charlie was assaulted on his way home from a night out. And 10-year-old Lucy has been having seizures for 48 hours. (S11 Ep10) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:00pm Boy Meets Girl: 3, 6. Leo gets a job as a dispatch rider and meets his match in new prankster-loving boss Kat. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 10:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Crete: Jenni Falconer helps more hopeful families find their dream coastal home. Here, a Buckinghamshire couple have 150,000 pounds to spend on a property in Crete. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 10:00pm Man Down: The Calling: Dan comes face-to-face with Miss Clarke - his replacement in class. Jo pitches her new shop 'idea' to the town council, while 'Daddy' continues to charm Dan's mum. (S3 Ep2, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00pm Moonraker: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Lois Chiles, 1979. A British agent investigates the disappearance of a space shuttle, which has fallen into the wrong hands (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 10:00pm New: Containment: Brand new series - I to Die, You to Live: Lex hears that a woman who had contact with an infected patient is missing. Jake's resentment towards Lex makes him spiral out of control. (Ep2, 13) (1 hour) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm New: The Vampire Diaries: I Would for You: Drama series. While Stefan and Valerie search for a magical herb that can keep him hidden from Rayna, Damon comes up with his own plan to take her down for good. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:00pm Ocean Giants: 2, 3. Deep Thinkers: Documentary focusing on the intelligence of whales and dolphins. Professor Denise Herzing attempts to find out how close their minds are to those of humans. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 10:00pm Ocean Giants: 2, 3. Deep Thinkers: Documentary focusing on the intelligence of whales and dolphins. Professor Denise Herzing attempts to find out how close their minds are to those of humans. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 10:00pm Thor: (2011) Action fantasy. Thor, the Norse god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth), is banished to Earth for provoking conflict. In his absence his adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) plans a coup. (2 hours 15 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 10:00pm Thor: (2011) Action fantasy. Thor, the Norse god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth), is banished to Earth for provoking conflict. In his absence his adopted brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) plans a coup. (2 hours 15 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 10:55pm Family Guy: Brian Griffin's House of Payne: Animated comedy. Lois encourages Brian to submit a pilot script to a network. James Woods gets involved, but things do not go to plan. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:55pm Law and Order: UK: Crush: Prosecutor Alesha Phillips takes on the seemingly cut-and-dried case of the murder of a call girl but soon discovers that betrayal can lead people down the darkest paths. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:00pm CSI: New York: Night One: US crime drama series. The team discovers that a Dominican gang member cut in half with a chainsaw has a connection to Flack's new partner. (S9 Ep 9) (55 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 11:00pm Man Down: The Calling: Dan comes face-to-face with Miss Clarke - his replacement in class. Jo pitches her new shop 'idea' to the town council, while 'Daddy' continues to charm Dan's mum. (S3 Ep2, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00pm Man Down: The Calling: Dan comes face-to-face with Miss Clarke - his replacement in class. Jo pitches her new shop 'idea' to the town council, while 'Daddy' continues to charm Dan's mum. (S3 Ep2, 6) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 11:00pm New: The Vampire Diaries: I Would for You: Drama series. While Stefan and Valerie search for a magical herb that can keep him hidden from Rayna, Damon comes up with his own plan to take her down for good. (55 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 11:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Status Quo Combustion: With potential changes affecting different aspects of his personal and professional life, Sheldon is forced to confront an uncertain future. (S7 Ep24, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:05pm 24 Hours in A&E: Builder Jamie is rushed in to A&E after falling from the roof of a three-storey building, and 80-year-old Daphne has dislocated her replacement hip while putting on her socks. (S6 Ep6, 7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 11:10pm Moonraker: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Lois Chiles, 1979. A British agent investigates the disappearance of a space shuttle, which has fallen into the wrong hands (1 hour 30 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 11:15pm People Just Do Nothing: 2, 5. The Babysitter: Mockumentary series. Miche starts her new trial job at a salon, meaning Grindah is on babysitting duties. Contains strong language. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:25pm Family Guy: Dial Meg for Murder: Animated comedy. After trailing Meg around for research for his magazine writer's job, Brian discovers that she has a secret boyfriend who is in jail. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Locomotion Interruption: Leonard and Amy take an unexpected road trip to Arizona to pick up Sheldon when his epic railway journey ends in chaos, and Penny has an interview. (S8 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:35pm Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 10 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:45pm Normal for Norfolk: 3, 4. It's high summer, but with the cafe and farm underperforming, the pressure is mounting on Desmond and his team. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:55pm American Dad!: Missing Kink: Animated series. Unsatisfied with her sex life, Francine discovers a new kinky interest. Hayley tries to get back into dating and accepts a date with Snot. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:55pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Cockroaches: Las Vegas-based crime drama. After a police chase results in the discovery of two bodies, the ensuing investigation uncovers dark goings-on at a strip club. (S8 Ep 9) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 11:55pm Family Guy: Brian Griffin's House of Payne: Animated comedy. Lois encourages Brian to submit a pilot script to a network. James Woods gets involved, but things do not go to plan. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • Thursday 21st July

  • 12:00am CSI: New York: Night One: US crime drama series. The team discovers that a Dominican gang member cut in half with a chainsaw has a connection to Flack's new partner. (S9 Ep 9) (55 minutes) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 12:00am Crossing England in a Punt: River of...: ...Dreams. From the Staffordshire hills to the Humber estuary, explorer Tom Fort embarks on a 170-mile journey down the river Trent on his own custom-built punt, the Trent Otter. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 12:00am Crossing England in a Punt: River of...: ...Dreams. From the Staffordshire hills to the Humber estuary, spirited explorer Tom Fort embarks on a 170-mile journey down the River Trent on his own custom-built punt, the Trent Otter. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 12:00am DIY SOS: Caravanning in Caersws: Nick Knowles and the builders transform more dodgy DIY. Gary and Andrea bought their run-down Welsh cottage seven years ago, but still live in a caravan. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:00am Ghost Adventures: Houghton Mansion: The intrepid trio are in New England, waiting to terrify you out of your wits. They visit a mansion where a family was torn apart by a tragic accident. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 12:00am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S3, ep 1) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Status Quo Combustion: With potential changes affecting different aspects of his personal and professional life, Sheldon is forced to confront an uncertain future. (S7 Ep24, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:10am Who Do You Think You Are?: Minnie Driver: Celebs uncover their heritage. Minnie Driver's resolution to learn more about her war hero dad leads to some shocks - and relatives she never knew existed. (1 hour) on Yesterday (19)
  • 12:15am Normal for Norfolk: 4, 4. As winter approaches, life on Wiveton Hall farm is slowing down. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:15am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (1 hour) on 4seven (47)
  • 12:15am Rich Brother, Poor Brother: Cutting Edge: Multi-millionaire Ivan Massow lives in a luxurious five-storey home. His brother David lives in a van. This documentary explores Britain's wealth gap through their lives. (1 hour) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 12:25am American Dad!: The Adventures of Twill Ongenbone and His Boy Jabari: Animated series. Francine tries to teach Roger the value of hard work. Steve questions Stan about his past for a school project. (25 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:25am Family Guy: Dial Meg for Murder: Animated comedy. After trailing Meg around for research for his magazine writer's job, Brian discovers that she has a secret boyfriend who is in jail. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:30am DIY SOS: 'Elping out in Essex: Nick Knowles races to the scene of another DIY disaster. In Halstead, the Curry family reveal how a simple renovation job turned into a nightmare. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 12:30am Police Force Australia: Documentary series joining police forces across Australia as they deal with everything from dramatic siege situations and major drug busts to murder investigations. (S3, ep 2) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Locomotion Interruption: Leonard and Amy take an unexpected road trip to Arizona to pick up Sheldon when his epic railway journey ends in chaos, and Penny has an interview. (S8 Ep1, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 12:35am Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 10 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:35am Eden: In a remote corner of the UK, 23 people try to build a new life and society from scratch, isolated from the world. In episode one, the group enter Eden for the first time. (Ep1) (1 hour 10 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:45am The World's Biggest Flower Market: Documentary telling the story of how the flowers we buy travel across the world via Aalsmeer Flower Auction in Holland to reach us every day in pristine condition. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 12:50am American Dad!: Blood Crieth Unto Heaven: Animated series about Stan Smith, a hapless CIA agent. When Francine invites Stan's father to a party, a secret about the Smith family's past is revealed. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:55am American Dad!: Missing Kink: Animated series. Unsatisfied with her sex life, Francine discovers a new kinky interest. Hayley tries to get back into dating and accepts a date with Snot. (30 minutes) on ITV2 +1 (27)
  • 12:55am CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Cockroaches: Las Vegas-based crime drama. After a police chase results in the discovery of two bodies, the ensuing investigation uncovers dark goings-on at a strip club. (S8 Ep 9) (1 hour) on 5USA+1 (78)
  • 12:55am CSI: Miami: Collision: Forensics drama series based in Miami. The investigation into an apparent case of road rage uncovers the theft of a $4 million necklace and two bodies. (S4 Ep 17) (1 hour) on 5 USA (21)
  • 1:00am Ghost Adventures: Idaho State Penitentiary: The frightfully good paranormal show! Expect lots of shocks as the boys visit Old Idaho State Penitentiary, where prisoners were hung for their crimes. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 1:00am Pointless Celebrities: Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman host a celebrity version of the quiz show seeking the most obscure answers to general knowledge questions. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 1:00am Timewatch: The Last Day of World War One: 5, 12. Michael Palin reveals the shocking truth that soldiers continued to be killed in battle after the First World War armistice had been signed. Contains some upsetting scenes. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 1:00am Timewatch: The Last Day of World War One: 5, 12. Michael Palin reveals the shocking truth that soldiers continued to be killed in battle after the First World War armistice had been signed. Contains some upsetting scenes. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 1:10am Grand Designs: Jonathan and his wife Deborah put everything on hold as they build a semi-subterranean, mini Hollywood Hills-style mansion in the heart of north London. But what will the neighbours think? (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:40am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 2:00am Inside Einstein's Mind: The Enigma of...: ...Space and Time. The story of the most elegant, powerful theory in science - Einstein's general relativity. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 2:00am Inside Einstein's Mind: The Enigma of...: ...Space and Time. The story of the most elegant, powerful theory in science - Einstein's general relativity. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 2:05am Containment: Brand new series - I to Die, You to Live: Lex hears that a woman who had contact with an infected patient is missing. Jake's resentment towards Lex makes him spiral out of control. (Ep2, 13) (45 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:10am Child Genius: Quizmaster Richard Osman puts the remaining 13 competitors through a general knowledge round including arts, science, history and UK rail stations.(S7 Ep2, 4) (55 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 2:10am Child Genius: Quizmaster Richard Osman puts the remaining 13 competitors through a general knowledge round including arts, science, history and UK rail stations.(S7 Ep2, 4) (55 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 2:15am 24 Hours in A&E: Builder Jamie is rushed in to A&E after falling from the roof of a three-storey building, and 80-year-old Daphne has dislocated her replacement hip while putting on her socks. (S6 Ep6, 7) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:40am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 2:40am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 2:50am Home and Away: Maddy leaves Summer Bay without Matt. Roo takes drastic action to heal the pain of Maddy's departure. Phoebe's world is sent spinning with Dom gets a surprise visit from his wife. (25 minutes) on Channel 5+24 (55)
  • 3:00am The Joy of Data: Exploration of THE word of our age - data - with mathematician Hannah Fry. What is data? How is it stored, shared, made sense of? And what does data reveal about us and the world? (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 3:00am The Joy of Data: Exploration of THE word of our age - data - with mathematician Hannah Fry. What is data? How is it stored, shared, made sense of? And what does data reveal about us and the world? (1 hour) on BBC FOUR HD (106)
  • 3:00am Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 3:05am Containment: Brand new series - I to Die, You to Live: Lex hears that a woman who had contact with an infected patient is missing. Jake's resentment towards Lex makes him spiral out of control. (Ep2, 13) (45 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:05am Inside Birmingham Children's...: ...Hospital: Baby Jenson was born with a rare life-threatening genetic disease. His young parents have made the agonising decision to put him forward for a risky stem cell transplant. (Ep6) (55 minutes) on 4seven (47)
  • 3:05am Inside Birmingham Children's...: ...Hospital: Baby Jenson was born with a rare life-threatening genetic disease. His young parents have made the agonising decision to put him forward for a risky stem cell transplant. (Ep6) (55 minutes) on 4seven HD (110)
  • 4:00am American Ninja Warrior: America's top athletes and wrestlers compete alongside amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 4:00am Murder, She Wrote: Magnum on Ice (Part 2): Jessica's vacation in Hawaii is spent trying to prove that fellow crime-buster Thomas Magnum is innocent of two cold-blooded murders. (50 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 4:30am Animal House: Documentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. (S2, ep 5) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00am Motorway Patrol: Documentary series from New Zealand following the madness and mayhem faced by intrepid officers as they pull over motorists for a variety of suspected offences. (S11, ep 4) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 8, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team help a former police officer whose daughter and pampered bulldog are draining her bank balance. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:00am Right on the Money: 8, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team help a former police officer whose daughter and pampered bulldog are draining her bank balance. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:10am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Truth or Dick: When Mary Albright uses flattery to convince Dick to attend a faculty meeting in her place, he begins to learn that 'truth' can have many different degrees and nuances. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Needs a Bath: Stop-frame animation about the adventures of a lamb at nursery school. After a game of football, muddy Timmy is determined not to have a bath. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:25am Timmy Time: Timmy Needs a Bath: Stop-frame animation about the adventures of a lamb at nursery school. After a game of football, muddy Timmy is determined not to have a bath. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: The Art of Dick: Dick and Harry attend an art class where Mary Albright is studying painting, but when Harry discovers that he has real artistic talent, Dick is jealous. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 8, 20. Pontefract: Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, to transform a 50-foot long plot into a wildlife haven and a place to grow fruit and veg. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:45am Garden Rescue: 8, 20. Pontefract: Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, to transform a plot into a wildlife haven and a place to grow fruit and veg. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:50am Minder: The Long Ride Back to Scratchwood: Comedy drama series. Arthur scores an own goal when he is persuaded to buy up 2,000 tickets for the England v Scotland football match at Wembley. (55 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 7:00am Sidekick: Master XOX-Ray Vision: Animated series. Eric ditches his glasses and tries contact lenses instead, but the contacts are really owned by Master XOX and turn out to be evil. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Frozen Dick: Dick convinces Mary Albright that he should accompany her to Chicago where she is to receive an anthropology award, but the journey goes badly awry. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 7:10am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:10am Dare to Believe: Ali Jawad: Intimate profile of the Paralympic powerlifter who went from being born in the Lebanon without legs to competing on the biggest stage. He faced upset in 2012, can he turn it around in Rio? (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: This Way, That Way: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos are chased this way and that way when they encounter a dog in a park. The Tea Machine starts acting strangely. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:10am Twirlywoos: This Way, That Way: Stop-motion preschool programme. The Twirlywoos are chased this way and that way when they encounter a dog in a park. The Tea Machine starts acting strangely. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 7:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Truth or Dick: When Mary Albright uses flattery to convince Dick to attend a faculty meeting in her place, he begins to learn that 'truth' can have many different degrees and nuances. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:15am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Truth or Dick: When Mary Albright uses flattery to convince Dick to attend a faculty meeting in her place, he begins to learn that 'truth' can have many different degrees and nuances. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 7:25am Danger Mouse: Welcome to Danger World!: Animated series. Danger Mouse must fight his own urge to be awesome to stop the world turning into a gigantic intergalactic tourist attraction. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 8, 15. Manchester Cathedral: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the restoration of one of Manchester's oldest buildings, its magnificent cathedral. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 7:30am The Hairy Builder: 8, 15. Manchester Cathedral: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the restoration of one of Manchester's oldest buildings, its magnificent cathedral. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 7:35am Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: The Art of Dick: Dick and Harry attend an art class where Mary Albright is studying painting, but when Harry discovers that he has real artistic talent, Dick is jealous. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:40am 3rd Rock from the Sun: The Art of Dick: Dick and Harry attend an art class where Mary Albright is studying painting, but when Harry discovers that he has real artistic talent, Dick is jealous. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Hotel Inspector: Preschool puppet show. The Furchesters have to solve a lot of problems on the day a hotel inspector visits. Can they distract him from the chaos? (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 7:40am The Furchester Hotel: Hotel Inspector: Preschool puppet show. The Furchesters have to solve a lot of problems on the day a hotel inspector visits. Can they distract him from the chaos? Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:00am Emmerdale: Belle comes to a decision. Tracy is frustrated by David's attitude. Adam worries about Holly. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:00am The Great British Sewing Bee: Puzzling Patterns and Pattern Cutting: Claudia Winkleman hosts the semi-final. The sewers must make an asymmetric yoked skirt inspired by modern Japanese pattern cutting. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00am The Great British Sewing Bee: Puzzling Patterns and Pattern Cutting: Claudia Winkleman hosts the semi-final. The sewers must make an asymmetric yoked skirt inspired by modern Japanese pattern cutting. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 8:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Frozen Dick: Dick convinces Mary Albright that he should accompany her to Chicago where she is to receive an anthropology award, but the journey goes badly awry. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 8:05am 3rd Rock from the Sun: Frozen Dick: Dick convinces Mary Albright that he should accompany her to Chicago where she is to receive an anthropology award, but the journey goes badly awry. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Giant Kelp Forest: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts journey into a mysterious kelp forest and meet strange creatures. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:05am Octonauts: The Giant Kelp Forest: Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts journey into a mysterious kelp forest and meet strange creatures. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:10am Top Gear: High jinks on the highway in the motoring show. Jeremy and James like to be beside the seaside in two new electric cars. Richard meets the world's most extraordinary rally team. (50 minutes) on Dave (12)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: Bluebird and the Tootle Plinks: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Saffie wants to mark the anniversary of the day she was planted in the garden. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 8:25am Everything's Rosie: Bluebird and the Tootle Plinks: Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Saffie wants to mark the anniversary of the day she was planted in the garden. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 8:30am Coronation Street: David faces an uncomfortable truth. Simon grows fearful about Leanne. Tim acts as peacemaker. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 8:30am Frasier: Oops: Frasier carelessly passes on a snippet of juicy gossip that unfortunately leads to his colleague Bulldog losing his job. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:35am Hollyoaks: Peri plays Cupid for Jade and Alfie, but does she have an ulterior motive? Cleo tells Nathan to forgive Holly or forget her - what will he decide? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:55am Jamie's 15 Minute Meals: This time it's jerk pork, grilled corn and crunchy tortilla salad, plus minestrone, poached chicken and salsa verde. (40 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00am DIY SOS: Wigan: Nick Knowles comes to the rescue of home improvers in need. Mike Davies has been banned from doing DIY following heart surgery, but his living room remains unfinished. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:00am Frasier: Death Becomes Him: Frasier is forced to come to terms with his own mortality when a seemingly healthy colleague dies suddenly. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:00am The Goldbergs: Cowboy Country: New couple Lainey and Barry talk Murray into watching a football match with Lainey's dad Bill, but the two fathers support opposing teams. (S2 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, four-year-old Lucy learns how to make a colourful fire picture by mixing paints. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:00am Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, four-year-old Lucy learns how to make a colourful fire picture by mixing paints. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:10am Bing: Dressing Up: Coco discovers Bing's dressing-up box so they both dress up, but there is only one crown and both need it to complete their outfits. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:10am Bing: Dressing Up: Coco discovers Bing's dressing-up box so they both dress up, but there is only one crown and both need it to complete their outfits. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Bing: Hippity Hoppity, Voosh: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are playing a vooshing game with their favourite toys. They throw them into the air to see how high they can fly. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 9:15am Bing: Hippity Hoppity, Voosh: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are playing a vooshing game with their favourite toys. They throw them into the air to see how high they can fly. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 9:15am Right on the Money: 9, 10. Money-saving advice series with Denise Lewis and Dominic Littlewood. The team are in Sheffield uncovering ways to look after children for less, whatever your age. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:30am DIY SOS: Essex: DIY disasters transformed. In Essex, the Taylors need to turn their garage into a wheelchair-friendly downstairs bathroom for window cleaner Kerry following an accident. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 9:30am Frasier: Oops: Frasier carelessly passes on a snippet of juicy gossip that unfortunately leads to his colleague Bulldog losing his job. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:30am Frasier: Oops: Frasier carelessly passes on a snippet of juicy gossip that unfortunately leads to his colleague Bulldog losing his job. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 9:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 9:30am The Goldbergs: Van People: Erica and Barry buy a shabby second-hand van to drive. Adam is voted 'nicest guy' in the school yearbook but when he objects he is suspended. (S2 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Death Becomes Him: Frasier is forced to come to terms with his own mortality when a seemingly healthy colleague dies suddenly. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:00am Frasier: Death Becomes Him: Frasier is forced to come to terms with his own mortality when a seemingly healthy colleague dies suddenly. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:00am Mr Bean: Road Works: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean's tranquillity is shattered by deafening roadworks outside his bedroom window. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Hawking Excitation: When Stephen Hawking comes to lecture at the university, Howard is given the task of maintaining his wheelchair, making Sheldon envious. (S5 Ep21, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00am The Goldbergs: Cowboy Country: New couple Lainey and Barry talk Murray into watching a football match with Lainey's dad Bill, but the two fathers support opposing teams. (S2 Ep12, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:15am Mr Bean: The Sofa: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. The sofa's springs explode under Mr Bean. Can he afford to buy a new sofa? Will he never relax in front of the telly again? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:20am Scorpion: Chernobyl Intentions: US military drama series. The team are asked to move an improved concrete sarcophagus to replace the old deteriorating one at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. (55 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:25am Wolfblood: 10, 13. The Call of the Wild: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. Rhydian's past catches up with him and he has a big decision to make. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 10:30am Mr Bean: Treasure!: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. In a dark corner of his attic, Mr Bean finds a treasure map. But tricky clues lead him nearly all the way to Australia! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 10:30am The Big Bang Theory: The Transporter Malfunction: Penny buys Leonard and Sheldon some Star Trek memorabilia but she is irked when they refuse to remove the toys from their packaging. (S5 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 10:30am The Goldbergs: Van People: Erica and Barry buy a shabby second-hand van to drive. Adam is voted 'nicest guy' in the school yearbook but when he objects he is suspended. (S2 Ep13, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:30am The Simpsons: Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays: When a baby riot breaks out at a children's concert, the town's childless community form an anti-youth lobby. (25 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:45am Mr Bean: Homeless: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. After a regrettable episode involving his landlady sleepwalking into his room, Mr Bean suddenly finds himself out on his ear. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 10:55am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:55am Wolfblood: 11, 13. Eolas: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. Maddy discovers a new wolf sense and can't get enough of it, but will this new obsession destroy her? Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Le Marche, Italy: Jenni Falconer helps families find their dream coastal home. A Hertfordshire family with triplets look for a traditional Italian getaway in the Le Marche area. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 11:00am Ghost Adventures: Riddle House: Ghoulish goings-on in the supernatural series. Zak, Nick and Aaron go ghost-hunting at an old funeral home in Florida, where the resident spook is said to hate men. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 11:00am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's House Party: Great Aunt Greta comes to look after the boys, so naturally Henry takes advantage of the situation! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Hawking Excitation: When Stephen Hawking comes to lecture at the university, Howard is given the task of maintaining his wheelchair, making Sheldon envious. (S5 Ep21, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00am The Big Bang Theory: The Hawking Excitation: When Stephen Hawking comes to lecture at the university, Howard is given the task of maintaining his wheelchair, making Sheldon envious. (S5 Ep21, 24) (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 11:00am The Simpsons: Homer vs Lisa & the 8th Commandment: Homer gets illegal cable TV installed, but Lisa pleads with him to get rid of it after learning the eighth commandment. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:15am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry, Happy Family: Who would have thought that Mum, Dad, Peter and Henry could ever be the happiest family in Britain? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:25am Wolfblood: 12, 13. Caged: Maddy Smith hides an extraordinary secret. It's a full moon and beast-hunter Kyle enlists Shannon and Tom to help him track down the beast of Stoneybridge. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 11:30am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Cooks a Meal: When Prissy Polly comes to babysit, Henry finds himself in the kitchen - but will his cooking be good enough to eat? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:30am The Simpsons: Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays: When a baby riot breaks out at a children's concert, the town's childless community form an anti-youth lobby. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:30am The Simpsons: Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays: When a baby riot breaks out at a children's concert, the town's childless community form an anti-youth lobby. (25 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 11:45am Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Walking Stick Gang: Henry discovers that old age is no excuse for good behaviour! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 11:55am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:55am Dare to Believe: Jordanne Whiley: The Paralympic tennis player broke her legs 26 times as a child and was bullied due to brittle bone disease. Now she has Grand Slam titles, a bronze in 2012 and is going for gold in Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:00pm Border Security: Canada's...: ...Front Line. A distinctive bag has officers seeing double, and a photographer misses the big picture. Plus, a heavily-modified truck causes concern. (S2, ep 3) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 12:00pm The Simpsons: Homer vs Lisa & the 8th Commandment: Homer gets illegal cable TV installed, but Lisa pleads with him to get rid of it after learning the eighth commandment. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 12:00pm The Simpsons: Homer vs Lisa & the 8th Commandment: Homer gets illegal cable TV installed, but Lisa pleads with him to get rid of it after learning the eighth commandment. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 HD (109)
  • 12:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Ciao! Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Italy for a series of challenges and increasingly loud arguments. Geordie randomist Ross Noble guests. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 12:15pm Bargain Hunt: Newark: Antiques challenge. Tim Wonnacott is in Newark as the teams go head to head looking for bargains, helped by experts Catherine Southon and Richard Madley. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 12:15pm Emmerdale: Belle comes to a decision. Tracy is frustrated by David's attitude. Adam worries about Holly. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:30pm Nowhere Boys: 10, 13. Drama series. The evil force targets Sam to get closer to the talisman and as a result, Sam's loyalty to the rest of the group is pushed to the limit. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 12:45pm Coronation Street: David faces an uncomfortable truth. Simon grows fearful about Leanne. Tim acts as peacemaker. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 18, 20. When the Cat's Away: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to the Annen Polka by Johann Strauss and imagines what Fudge is doing away at Grandma's house. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 12:45pm Melody: 18, 20. When the Cat's Away: Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody listens to the Annen Polka by Johann Strauss and imagines what Fudge is doing away at Grandma's house. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 12:55pm Nowhere Boys: 11, 13. Drama series. When the boys try to connect with their parallel mothers, it sends the women down with a strange illness and only magic will help to save them. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Aldrin Justice: Barney seduces Marshall's professor in the hope that she'll give the class higher marks, but she ends up grading Barney's performance in the bedroom. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:00pm Mr Bean: Camping: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. An old photo album causes Bean to reminisce about summers at scout camp as a boy, and he plans a night under the stars. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:00pm Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, four-year-old Lucy learns how to make a colourful fire picture by mixing paints. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:00pm Time for School: Documentary series about starting school. At Mere Green School, four-year-old Lucy learns how to make a colourful fire picture by mixing paints. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Dressing Up: Coco discovers Bing's dressing-up box so they both dress up, but there is only one crown and both need it to complete their outfits. (5 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:10pm Bing: Dressing Up: Coco discovers Bing's dressing-up box so they both dress up, but there is only one crown and both need it to complete their outfits. Also in HD. (5 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Hippity Hoppity, Voosh: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are playing a vooshing game with their favourite toys. They throw them into the air to see how high they can fly. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 1:15pm Bing: Hippity Hoppity, Voosh: Children's animation. Bing and Sula are playing a vooshing game with their favourite toys. They throw them into the air to see how high they can fly. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 1:15pm Home and Away: Olivia decides that she wants to be intimate with Hunter again. Billie is secretly pleased when Leah invites her to move in with them. Tank and Skye decide to run away. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:15pm Mr Bean: Chocks Away: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. When his model aeroplane is blown out of the sky by a rival kid's, Mr Bean sets his sights on revenge. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:20pm Dare to Believe: Jack Rutter: About to become a professional footballer, Jack was caught in an unprovoked attack that left him with mild cerebral palsy in all four limbs. Now he will captain GB at the Paralympics. (5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:25pm Nowhere Boys: 12, 13. Drama series. After the shock revelation about Felix, the boys must put aside any differences they may have as the threat of the demon grows stronger. Also in HD. (20 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 1:25pm Time Team: The Team help charismatic Hektor Rous, the son of 'Aussie Earl' Keith Rous, to piece together the mysterious history of Henham Hall, the family's Tudor country home in Suffolk. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 1:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Swarley: Barney is accidentally called Swarley by Chloe, the coffee house waitress, leading an amused Ted and Marshall to call him by this name all day. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 1:30pm Mr Bean: Royal Bean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler Mr Bean. Mr Bean meets the Queen during a visit to Buckingham Palace to replace his favourite, but broken, mug. (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Coast: London to Antwerp: A journey around the British Isles and beyond. Nick Crane looks at the struggle to construct a new mega-port for London and explores the coastline of Belgium. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 1:45pm Coast: London to Antwerp: A journey around the British Isles and beyond. Nick Crane looks at the struggle to construct a new mega-port for London and explores the coastline of Belgium. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 1:45pm Mr Bean: Young Bean: The animated antics of the hapless bumbler. When did Mr Bean first meet his teddy bear? Did he really learn to drive his Mini at the age of ten? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 1:45pm Neighbours: When Jack searches out Paige the promise of another life comes firmly into focus. Sonya finds herself in the middle of a nasty community dispute. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 1:45pm Red Rock: 9, 40. Soap opera. Brian is treated like a hero for saving Sharon from the drug dealers. A young Asian girl goes missing after her family enter her into an arranged marriage. Also in HD. (40 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:00pm DIY SOS: Wigan: Nick Knowles comes to the rescue of home improvers in need. Mike Davies has been banned from doing DIY following heart surgery, but his living room remains unfinished. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 2:00pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry's Fun Run: Horrid Henry exercising - for fun?! Now there's a thought! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Aldrin Justice: Barney seduces Marshall's professor in the hope that she'll give the class higher marks, but she ends up grading Barney's performance in the bedroom. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification: Sheldon realises he won't live long enough to download his consciousness into a robot body, so he tries to extend his lifespan. (S4 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:15pm An Island Parish: Falklands: 4, 6. Honouring the Past: Series following the Falkland Islands' community. On the anniversary of the Battle of Mount Tumbledown, the Rev Richard Hines treks up to the summit. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 2:15pm An Island Parish: Falklands: 4, 6. Honouring the Past: Series following the Falkland Islands' community. On the anniversary of the Battle of Mount Tumbledown, the Rev Richard Hines treks up to the summit. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 2:15pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Perfect Pirate Parade: When Moody Margaret steals Henry's birthday party ideas, lock, stock and barrel, it is time for a bit of counter espionage! (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:15pm NCIS: Rule Fifty-One: Crime drama series following the US navy's dedicated federal agency. Gibbs heads to Mexico to face his demons and makes a startling decision. (S7 Ep 24) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 2:25pm Escape to the Country: South Wales: Property series. Jules Hudson is on a house-hunting mission in south Wales with a couple who have £350,000 to find a family home in the country. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 2:30pm DIY SOS: Essex: DIY disasters transformed. In Essex, the Taylors need to turn their garage into a wheelchair-friendly downstairs bathroom for window cleaner Kerry following an accident. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 2:30pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry Gets Married: The animated adventures of the mischievous anti-hero. In which Horrid Henry gets married - or does he? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Swarley: Barney is accidentally called Swarley by Chloe, the coffee house waitress, leading an amused Ted and Marshall to call him by this name all day. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Zazzy Substitution: The guys are concerned when a heartbroken Sheldon starts bulk-buying cats after he breaks up with Amy, so Leonard tries to get Sheldon's mother to visit. (S4 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 2:30pm Time Team: The Team work with veterans of the war in Afghanistan, investigating the ancient Barrow Clump on Salisbury Plain, where they discover burials from 2000 BC and rare Saxon finds. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 2:45pm Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry, Untouchable: When Henry sees Miss B and Soggy Sid in a compromising situation he realises he could turn it to his advantage - or can he? (15 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 3:00pm DIY SOS: Gemma is recovering from a brain tumour and moved into Scott's house for some TLC, but his slapdash approach to DIY means the place is a patchwork of half finished jobs. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification: Sheldon realises he won't live long enough to download his consciousness into a robot body, so he tries to extend his lifespan. (S4 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:05pm Sidekick: The Perfect Match: Animated series following four friends as they train at the Academy for Aspiring Sidekicks. Eric looks for love and finds an old enemy. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 3:10pm Africa: 4, 6. Cape: David Attenborough journeys to the south of Africa, an area dramatically shaped by two great ocean currents which sweep around the continent's cape to the east and west. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 3:10pm Africa: 4, 6. Cape: David Attenborough journeys to the south of Africa, an area dramatically shaped by two great ocean currents which sweep around the continent's cape to the east and west. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 3:25pm Garden Rescue: 9, 20. Devizes: Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Devizes, Wiltshire, to transform a garden with a budget of £1,500 to make it work for all members of the family. Also in HD. (45 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 3:30pm DIY SOS: Home improvement catastrophes remedied. Nick Knowles visits Suffolk to help out a woman who has spent two years living in one room as her husband worked on the rest of the house. (30 minutes) on Really (17)
  • 3:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Zazzy Substitution: The guys are concerned when a heartbroken Sheldon starts bulk-buying cats after he breaks up with Amy, so Leonard tries to get Sheldon's mother to visit. (S4 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: Toy for a Boy Called Troy: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Miss Smiley takes Jason and Troy to Mr Whoops's toy shop to buy a treat. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 3:50pm Grandpa in My Pocket: Toy for a Boy Called Troy: Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Miss Smiley takes Jason and Troy to Mr Whoops's toy shop to buy a treat. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Atlantic City: Lily and Marshall are ecstatic to be reunited and plan to elope to Atlantic City to get married. Will their wedding plans go without a hitch? (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:00pm My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera: Unholy Hounds: Terrifying tales of the paranormal told by those who recorded their hauntings. A Ouija board emits an eerie presence, and an Oklahoma inn hosts some spooky guests. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 4:00pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Holiday: Children's drama series about extraterrestrial visitors. Josh wants to hold a party, and dreams up a holiday to get the rest of the family out of the house. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:00pm The Dog Whisperer: Series four of the mutt-see documentary charting the ups and downs of Cesar Millan as he helps pet owners struggling to cope with their problematic pooches. (S4, ep 4) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 4:10pm Michael Palin's New Europe: 1, 7. War and Peace: Michael Palin explores former Eastern Bloc countries in post-Soviet Europe. Contains some strong language. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 4:10pm Michael Palin's New Europe: 1, 7. War and Peace: Michael Palin explores former Eastern Bloc countries in post-Soviet Europe. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 4:25pm My Parents Are Aliens: The Bribe: Children's drama series about extraterrestrial visitors. Lucy is selected to represent the school in a science challenge, but she can't get her experiment to work. (20 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 4:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Slap Bet: Robin's refusal to go to the shopping mall piques Ted's interest as to why she dislikes them so much. Marshall and Barney propose a 'slap bet' to discover the reason. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 4:30pm New: Hank Zipzer: 9, 13. Operation: Prank Adolf: April Fool's Day is looming and Hank prepares to prank the unprankable Miss Adolf. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 9, 30. Explosive Starts: Preschool sports series. Rachel and her team of Footy Pups practice starting quickly. (15 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 4:45pm Footy Pups: 9, 30. Explosive Starts: Preschool sports series. Rachel and her team of Footy Pups practice starting quickly. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 4:45pm My Parents Are Aliens: Sleepover: Children's drama series about extraterrestrial visitors. There is panic at the prospect of Wendy coming to stay at Lucy's house. (25 minutes) on CITV (122)
  • 5:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Le Marche, Italy: Jenni Falconer helps families find their dream coastal home. A Hertfordshire family with triplets look for a traditional Italian getaway in the Le Marche area. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 5:00pm Ghost Adventures: La Purisima Mission: Another terrifically terrifying ghost hunt. The team check out a Spanish mission in California, where the sounds of flutes and spirits' voices can be heard. (1 hour) on Really (17)
  • 5:00pm How I Met Your Mother: Atlantic City: Lily and Marshall are ecstatic to be reunited and plan to elope to Atlantic City to get married. Will their wedding plans go without a hitch? (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:00pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 6) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:00pm Peter Rabbit Special: The Tale of the...: ...Unexpected Discovery. After Peter saves a friend, he is rewarded with something very special. (25 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 5:00pm Peter Rabbit Special: The Tale of the...: ...Unexpected Discovery. After Peter saves a friend, he is rewarded with something very special. Also in HD. (25 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 5:00pm The Goldbergs: Barry Goldberg's Day Off: Inspired by the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Barry pretends to be ill so he can avoid school and create an epic day of his own. (S2 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:00pm Top Gear: High jinks on the highway in the motoring show. Jeremy and James like to be beside the seaside in two new electric cars. Richard meets the world's most extraordinary rally team. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 5:00pm Total Wipeout UK: Hosts Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram set twenty brave and bonkers contestants loose on an extreme obstacle course in Argentina with the chance of winning 10,000. (1 hour) on Challenge (46)
  • 5:30pm How I Met Your Mother: Slap Bet: Robin's refusal to go to the shopping mall piques Ted's interest as to why she dislikes them so much. Marshall and Barney propose a 'slap bet' to discover the reason. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 5:30pm Monkey Business: Join Dr Alison Cronin's team at the Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset as they rehabilitate abused primates and support overseas projects to protect endangered primates. (S4, ep 7) (30 minutes) on Pick (11)
  • 5:30pm Neighbours: When Jack searches out Paige the promise of another life comes firmly into focus. Sonya finds herself in the middle of a nasty community dispute. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 5:30pm The Dumping Ground: 6, 20. Growing Pains: Tee goes for her first college interview, but it does not go according to plan. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 5:30pm The Goldbergs: Happy Mom, Happy Life: Dana and Adam are given a doll to parent for a class assignment but their project is compromised when Beverly keeps interfering. (S2 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 18, 40. Stargazing: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. Sarah and Duck are excited about seeing some shooting stars. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 5:50pm Sarah & Duck: 18, 40. Stargazing: Animation. Sarah and her best friend Duck embark on simple but exciting adventures. Sarah and Duck are excited about seeing some shooting stars. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 48, 52. The Wols: Stop-motion animation. The Iron Chicken offers to look after Mother Wol's three little Wols without realising they can be quite the handful. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:00pm Clangers: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. 48, 52. The Wols: The Iron Chicken looks after three little Wols who turn out to be quite a handful. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:00pm Home and Away: Olivia decides that she wants to be intimate with Hunter again. Billie is secretly pleased when Leah invites her to move in with them. Tank and Skye decide to run away. (30 minutes) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 6:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hot Troll Deviation: An embarrassing secret of Howard's comes to light as he tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Bernadette. Sheldon and Raj have trouble working together. (S4 Ep4, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:00pm The Goldbergs: Barry Goldberg's Day Off: Inspired by the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Barry pretends to be ill so he can avoid school and create an epic day of his own. (S2 Ep14, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:00pm The Simpsons: She Used to Be My Girl: When Marge's super successful high school pal comes to town, Marge begins to wonder if she's wasted her life until Lisa finds herself in trouble. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:00pm Top Gears: Top Laps: Ciao! Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Italy for a series of challenges and increasingly loud arguments. Geordie randomist Ross Noble guests. (1 hour) on Dave (12)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Abney's Precious Things: Abney has so many precious things that he decides to put on a display. (10 minutes) on CBeebies HD (124)
  • 6:10pm The Adventures of Abney & Teal: CBeebies Bedtime Hour. Abney's Precious Things: Abney has so many precious things that he decides to put on a display. Also in HD. (10 minutes) on CBeebies (121)
  • 6:30pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is resisting temptation with her new man, while Warren is angry when James demands his payment. Kim throws a dinner party with disastrous results. (30 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 6:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Desperation Emanation: Leonard realises he's the only one of the gang with no girlfriend. Sheldon wants to get rid of his when she hatches a plan for him to meet her mother. (S4 Ep5, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 6:30pm The Goldbergs: Happy Mom, Happy Life: Dana and Adam are given a doll to parent for a class assignment but their project is compromised when Beverly keeps interfering. (S2 Ep15, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 6:30pm The Hairy Builder: 9, 15. Wedgwood Institute: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the Wedgewood Institute in Staffordshire, helping to restore the iconic building. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 6:30pm The Hairy Builder: 9, 15. Wedgwood Institute: Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the Wedgewood Institute in Staffordshire, helping to restore the iconic building. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 6:45pm Danger Mouse: Masters of the Twystyverse: Animated series. Danger Mouse and Penfold must travel to the Twystyverse to stop Baron Silas von Penfold from taking over both versions of the Earth. Also in HD. (15 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 6:50pm Building the Dream: Gavin and Chantal aim to self-build a bit of continental Europe in the heart of Norfolk, using a fixed-price kit, plenty of personal touches and some ideas from Charlie Luxton. (S2 Ep8, 12) (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 6:55pm Heartbeat: Windows of Opportunity: When Tricia is the latest target in a series of apparently unrelated burglaries, Mike is keen to find the missing link. (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 7:00pm Emmerdale: Moira's concern for Holly escalates. Belle lies to Charity. Rakesh refuses help. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 7:00pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is ready to open up to her new man, but will she say too much? Warren's emotions are out of control, while Jade finally stands up for herself, with Alfie's help. (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:00pm Horrible Histories Bolshy Boudica...: ...Special. 9, 15. Historical sketch show. British Queen Boudica turns against her Roman masters and unleashes her wrecking ball on Colchester, St Albans and London. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 7:00pm Secrets Of Underground Britain: Documentary series in which engineer Rob Bell explores the subterranean world beneath our feet. In Scotland, he discovers the gruesome secrets of an ancient cave. (S1 Ep 1) (1 hour) on Channel 5 (5)
  • 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Hot Troll Deviation: An embarrassing secret of Howard's comes to light as he tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Bernadette. Sheldon and Raj have trouble working together. (S4 Ep4, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:00pm The Simpsons: She Used to Be My Girl: When Marge's super successful high school pal comes to town, Marge begins to wonder if she's wasted her life until Lisa finds herself in trouble. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm EastEnders: It is a testing time for the residents of Albert Square as one family's world is shattered. Also in HD. Then BBC News. (30 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 7:30pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is resisting temptation with her new man, while Warren is angry when James demands his payment. Kim throws a dinner party with disastrous results. (30 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Desperation Emanation: Leonard realises he's the only one of the gang with no girlfriend. Sheldon wants to get rid of his when she hatches a plan for him to meet her mother. (S4 Ep5, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Tenure Turbulence: A tenured position becomes available at the university, and competition soon heats up when Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Kripke all apply for it. (S6 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 7:55pm Grand Designs: Kevin McCloud meets interior designer Kathryn, who has decided to design and build her own Scandinavian-inspired house on a hillside plot in her parents' back garden in Falmouth, Cornwall. (1 hour 5 minutes) on More 4 (14)
  • 8:00pm Celebrity MasterChef: 9, 12. Celebrities compete in a contest of culinary skill. After four weeks of intense competition, the best cooks compete in the first of the semi-finals. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 8:00pm DIY SOS: Wigan: Nick Knowles comes to the rescue of home improvers in need. Mike Davies has been banned from doing DIY following heart surgery, but his living room remains unfinished. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Moira struggles to hold it together. Rakesh and Pierce go head to head. Zak and Joanie make an announcement. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 8:00pm Emmerdale: Moira's concern for Holly escalates. Belle lies to Charity. Rakesh refuses help. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 8:00pm Full Steam Ahead: 1, 6. Historians Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn explore how the introduction of steam railways in the early 19th century changed Britain. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 8:00pm Full Steam Ahead: 1, 6. Historians Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn explore how the introduction of steam railways in the early 19th century changed Britain. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 8:00pm Hollyoaks: Maxine is ready to open up to her new man, but will she say too much? Warren's emotions are out of control, while Jade finally stands up for herself, with Alfie's help. (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:00pm Inside Out Homes: Architect Zac Monro comes up with a radical redesign of a 1950s bungalow in Stockport, and designs a mirror image extension for an outdated family home in Devon. (Ep2, 3) (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 8:00pm Murder, She Wrote: Always a Thief: Mystery series about a sleuthing writer. Jessica's charming friend, a former jewel thief turned insurance investigator, becomes caught up in a high society murder. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 8:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Separation Oscillation: Sheldon films a special post-break-up episode of Fun with Flags. Bernadette feels guilty about withholding a secret from Penny. (S9 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:00pm Yellowstone: 1, 3. Winter: Series following the fortunes of America's wildlife icons in Yellowstone National Park. In winter, Yellowstone is frozen solid - locked in snow as deep as a house. (1 hour) on BBC FOUR (9)
  • 8:30pm Coronation Street: Sarah is determined to leave hospital. Leanne has something to tell Simon. Sally and Yasmeen's truce is short-lived. (30 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 8:30pm DIY SOS: Essex: DIY disasters transformed. In Essex, the Taylors need to turn their garage into a wheelchair-friendly downstairs bathroom for window cleaner Kerry following an accident. (30 minutes) on Home (25)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Bachelor Party Corrosion: The guys' science skills are tested when they get a flat tyre during Leonard's surprise bachelor party weekend in Mexico. (S9 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 8:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Tenure Turbulence: A tenured position becomes available at the university, and competition soon heats up when Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Kripke all apply for it. (S6 Ep20, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 8:30pm The Dumping Ground: 4, 13. The Barbecue: Lily has some news that she must break to Carmen - but she knows it will test their friendship to the core. Also in HD. (30 minutes) on CBBC (120)
  • 9:00pm Emmerdale: Moira struggles to hold it together. Rakesh and Pierce go head to head. Zak and Joanie make an announcement. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 9:00pm Endeavour: Sway: Crime drama series. As a multiple murderer haunts the city strangling married women with a silk stocking, Endeavour and DI Thursday's emotional lives are turned upside down. (2 hours) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 9:00pm Inside Out Homes: Architect Zac Monro comes up with a radical redesign of a 1950s bungalow in Stockport, and designs a mirror image extension for an outdated family home in Devon. (Ep2, 3) (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 9:00pm Love Actually: Romantic comedy drama starring Hugh Grant and Liam Neeson, 2003. From the writer of Notting Hill and Four Weddings, some festive stories of love lost and found (1 hour) on ITV2 (6)
  • 9:00pm New Blood: 7, 7. Case 3, Part 2: Investigation drama. Stefan is still chasing the mysterious criminal Daniel Lorca, while Rash investigates the charity Our Child. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 9:00pm New: Love Child: Brand new series: Joan's old flame, criminal lawyer Phillip Paige, secures Viv's release when she steals a TV and is arrested. Shirley hides her illicit pregnancy from her in-laws. (Ep2, 8) (1 hour) on More 4 (14)
  • 9:00pm New: New Girl: Brand new series - The Decision: Reagan challenges Nick and Winston about their indecisiveness when she declares that she will sleep with one of them, but they must decide who. (S5 Ep8, 22) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:00pm Shocking Crimes: Murder Book: Hiding In The Shadows: The 1983 murder of Andrew Wether remained unsolved until a veteran homicide detective re-examined the case in 2012 and tracked down the killer. (S1, ep 3) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 9:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Separation Oscillation: Sheldon films a special post-break-up episode of Fun with Flags. Bernadette feels guilty about withholding a secret from Penny. (S9 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 9:00pm The Refugee Camp: Our Desert Home: 1, 2. A look at Zaatari, a unique desert city in Jordan. Anita Rani tackles the feat of providing water in a desert and Ben Timberlake finds out how war has affected education. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 9:00pm The Refugee Camp: Our Desert Home: 1, 2. A look at Zaatari, a unique desert city in Jordan. Anita Rani tackles the feat of providing water in a desert and Ben Timberlake finds out how war has affected education. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 9:05pm For Your Eyes Only: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Carole Bouquet, 1981. James Bond must recover a strategic communications device before it falls into the hands of the Russians (1 hour) on ITV4 (24)
  • 9:30pm Coronation Street: Sarah is determined to leave hospital. Leanne has something to tell Simon. Sally and Yasmeen's truce is short-lived. (30 minutes) on ITV +1 (33)
  • 9:30pm New: Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Beach Blanket Sting-O: When a dozen bodies are washed up on the city's beaches in a month, Geils goes undercover with a team of lifeguards to investigate. (S2 Ep3, 10) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The Bachelor Party Corrosion: The guys' science skills are tested when they get a flat tyre during Leonard's surprise bachelor party weekend in Mexico. (S9 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Fantasy Homes by the Sea: Le Marche, Italy: Jenni Falconer helps families find their dream coastal home. A Hertfordshire family with triplets look for a traditional Italian getaway in the Le Marche area. (1 hour) on Home (25)
  • 10:00pm Law and Order: UK: Tick Tock: The police are called to investigate a horrifying gun attack in a nightclub which develops into a deadly rampage through the streets of London. (1 hour) on ITV3 (10)
  • 10:00pm New: New Girl: Brand new series - The Decision: Reagan challenges Nick and Winston about their indecisiveness when she declares that she will sleep with one of them, but they must decide who. (S5 Ep8, 22) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:00pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is still in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the second of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn. Can he win over the stubborn owner in order for the hotel to have a chance of success? (1 hour) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 10:00pm Stop Search Seize: Join Ireland's Customs teams as they, with the help of the Irish police, try to stop organised smugglers from bringing drugs, cars and even exotic animals into the country. (S1, ep 6) (1 hour) on Pick (11)
  • 10:00pm The IT Crowd: The Internet Is...: ...Coming: In this final one-off special, Jen and Roy's reputations are endangered by an online video clip, and Moss is transformed when he learns the secret of Douglas's self-confidence. (1 hour) on E4 (28)
  • 10:05pm Love Actually: Romantic comedy drama starring Hugh Grant and Liam Neeson, 2003. From the writer of Notting Hill and Four Weddings, some festive stories of love lost and found (1 hour 40 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 10:10pm For Your Eyes Only: Spy thriller starring Roger Moore and Carole Bouquet, 1981. James Bond must recover a strategic communications device before it falls into the hands of the Russians (1 hour 35 minutes) on ITV4 (24)
  • 10:30pm New: Angie Tribeca: Brand new series - Beach Blanket Sting-O: When a dozen bodies are washed up on the city's beaches in a month, Geils goes undercover with a team of lifeguards to investigate. (S2 Ep3, 10) (30 minutes) on E4+1 (29)
  • 10:45pm The Insider: Reggie Yates in the...: ...Mexican Drug War. 2, 2. Reggie Yates visits Acapulco, Mexico, to live the life of a soldier fighting the brutal war against drug cartels. Contains some upsetting scenes. Also in HD. (50 minutes) on BBC ONE London (1)
  • 11:00pm Dare to Believe: Natasha Baker: Intimate portrait of the para-equestrian who never let the neurological disorder transverse myelitis lessen her love of horse riding or stop her winning two golds in 2012. Next stop Rio. (5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:00pm Law and Order: UK: Tick Tock: The police are called to investigate a horrifying gun attack in a nightclub which develops into a deadly rampage through the streets of London. (1 hour) on ITV3+1 (34)
  • 11:00pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell: Gordon is still in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, for the second of a two-part visit to the Town's Inn. Can he win over the stubborn owner in order for the hotel to have a chance of success? (1 hour) on Channel 4+1 (13)
  • 11:00pm The Big Bang Theory: The Junior Professor Solution: When Sheldon is forced to teach a course at the university, Howard enrols in his class. Tension is brewing between Penny and Bernadette. (S8 Ep2, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:00pm The IT Crowd: The Internet Is...: ...Coming: In this final one-off special, Jen and Roy's reputations are endangered by an online video clip, and Moss is transformed when he learns the secret of Douglas's self-confidence. (1 hour) on E4+1 (29)
  • 11:05pm 24 Hours in A&E: Tony has fallen head-first onto a tiled floor while doing DIY. Charlie was assaulted on his way home from a night out. And 10-year-old Lucy has been having seizures for 48 hours. (S11 Ep10) (1 hour 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4)
  • 11:15pm Knowing: (2009) Dark supernatural thriller. Nicolas Cage stars as a father who decodes a list of deadly prophecies. Can he prevent the catastrophes that have yet to happen? Violent scenes. (2 hours 20 minutes) on Film4 (15)
  • 11:15pm The Somme 1916 - From Both Sides of...: ...the Wire. 1, 3. First Day - Erster Tag: Historian Peter Barton explores the events leading up to the first day of the Offensive. (1 hour) on BBC TWO HD (102)
  • 11:15pm The Somme 1916 - From Both Sides of...: ...the Wire. 1, 3. First Day - Erster Tag: Historian Peter Barton explores the events leading up to the first day of the Offensive. Also in HD. (1 hour) on BBC TWO (2)
  • 11:30pm The Big Bang Theory: The First Pitch Insufficiency: Howard is nervous when Nasa asks him to throw the first pitch at a baseball game. Sheldon claims he and Amy have a superior relationship. (S8 Ep3, 24) (30 minutes) on E4 (28)
  • 11:40pm Columbo: The High IQ Murder Case: Detective drama starring Peter Falk and Theodore Bikel, 1977. The scruffy detective plays mental games with an accountant who believes he has carried out the perfect murder (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV HD (103)
  • 11:45pm Family Guy: April in Quahog: Animated comedy about family life. When the news announces that Earth will be destroyed by a black hole in 24 hours, everyone goes crazy living out their last day. (30 minutes) on ITV2 (6)
  • 11:45pm Out for Justice: Explosive action thriller starring Steven Seagal and William Forsythe, 1991. A maverick cop's quest to avenge the murder of his partner reduces the mean streets of Brooklyn to a war zone (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV4 (24)