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00:00Flog It![SUB]
Series 5. Episode 34/80: Twickenham
Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell value antiques in Twickenham, south-west London, and help people choose which items to sell at auction, while presenter Paul Martin investigates local history, antiques collectors and craftsman while on a dig in Syon ParkAntiques/Collectibles
01:00Bargain Hunt
Tim Wonnacott presents the antiques show from Wetherby racecourse, where two experts offer advice to teams trying to find items they can sell at auctionGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
01:50Who Do You Think You Are?[SUB AD]
Series 8. Episode 1/10: June Brown
EastEnders star June Brown delves into her family history. She begins in London, exploring one ancestor's role in the shadowy underworld of 19th-century bare-knuckle boxing, before tracing her heritage farther back. The trail leads to Holland and the story of relatives divided by war, and a document that reveals the impact of an expulsion from North Africa at the time of the Spanish InquisitionFamily and Friends/History
03:00Close
06:10Antiques Roadshow[SUB]
Series 32. Episode 1/30: Jersey
Fiona Bruce and the team value items at Jersey's Samares Manor, where the experts discover a variety of items with international origins. Artefacts examined include a lemon squeezer said to have been owned by Marilyn Monroe, and a forensics test is carried out to determine the value of a gold bangleAntiques/Collectibles
07:00Flog It![SUB]
Series 5. Episode 27/80: Poole
Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross head to Poole in Dorset on the hunt for hidden treasures brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits a house full of retro AmericanaAntiques/Collectibles
08:00Bargain Hunt
Series 13. Episode 6/20: Peterborough
Two teams of friends are pitted against each other as Tim Wonnacott challenges them to pick up bargains at the East of England showground, near Peterborough. With expert advice from James Rylands and Pippa DeeleyGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
09:00The World's Weirdest Weapons[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/6: Secret Weapons of D-Day
A look at outlandish weapons devised and occasionally used by worldwide military forces. The first programme looks at a `flying dustbin' and a floating harbour used by the Allies as they stormed Normandy on D-DayDocumentary
10:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/7: To the Ends of the Earth
David Attenborough travels to the Arctic and Antarctic to explore the wildernesses at Earth's poles, investigating the wildlife and geographical features found there. He begins by travelling to the North Pole, where two polar bears reveal a surprisingly tender side to their characters, before heading to the South Pole - 100 years after Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott first reached itNature/Animals/Environment
11:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/7: Spring
A polar bear hunts with her cubs, while the warmer weather of spring accelerates a process that will eventually see an area of ice the size of Australia disappear into the Arctic Ocean. A woolly bear caterpillar emerges from the snow after spending the winter frozen, and in Antarctica male Adelie penguins arrive to begin constructing nests in fierce storms as they try to attract matesNature/Animals/Environment
12:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 3/7: Summer
How animals in the polar regions adapt to the summer weather. In a colony of 400,000 king penguins the adults go surfing and the chicks take mud-baths to cool off, while polar bear cubs take their first swimming lessons as the ice they inhabit melts away. A minke whale is hunted by a family of killer whales, succumbing to their battering after two hours, and Adelie penguins try to prevent their chicks being snatched by skuasNature/Animals/Environment
13:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 4/7: Autumn
With the arrival of autumn the Arctic Ocean begins freezing over, and polar bears gather in large numbers on the coast as they await the return of the ice. Two thousand beluga whales head for a particular estuary to thrash against the gravel and exfoliate, while in Antarctica, Adelie penguins take to the sea for the first time and face the danger of leopard seal attacksNature/Animals/Environment
14:00Flog It![SUB]
Series 5. Episode 27/80: Poole
Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross head to Poole in Dorset on the hunt for hidden treasures brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits a house full of retro AmericanaAntiques/Collectibles
15:00Bargain Hunt
Series 13. Episode 6/20: Peterborough
Two teams of friends are pitted against each other as Tim Wonnacott challenges them to pick up bargains at the East of England showground, near Peterborough. With expert advice from James Rylands and Pippa DeeleyGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
16:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 5/7: Winter
David Attenborough examines how the arrival of winter sparks a ruthless battle for survival in the polar regions, with temperatures plummeting to -70C, winds reaching 120mph and day-long darkness. As a blizzard rages, a polar bear treks into the Arctic mountains to give birth, while the entire world population of spectacled eider braves the weather in a giant ice hole. Wolves and bison engage in battle, but alliances are also made, and beneath the snow, voles try to dodge the attacks of great grey owls and weaselsNature/Animals/Environment
17:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 6/7: The Last Frontier
David Attenborough explores the life and work of people in the polar regions, including the residents of Norilsk in Siberia, the coldest city on Earth. He also discovers how the Danish armed forces maintain their country's claim to Greenland's natural resources by mounting a 2,000-mile dog sled patrol during the winter, and finds out how a research base at the South Pole is able to cope with being cut off from the outside world for six months at a timeNature/Animals/Environment
18:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/7: To the Ends of the Earth
David Attenborough travels to the Arctic and Antarctic to explore the wildernesses at Earth's poles, investigating the wildlife and geographical features found there. He begins by travelling to the North Pole, where two polar bears reveal a surprisingly tender side to their characters, before heading to the South Pole - 100 years after Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott first reached itNature/Animals/Environment
19:00Frozen Planet[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 2/7: Spring
A polar bear hunts with her cubs, while the warmer weather of spring accelerates a process that will eventually see an area of ice the size of Australia disappear into the Arctic Ocean. A woolly bear caterpillar emerges from the snow after spending the winter frozen, and in Antarctica male Adelie penguins arrive to begin constructing nests in fierce storms as they try to attract matesNature/Animals/Environment
20:00Who Do You Think You Are?[SUB AD]
Series 8. Episode 1/10: June Brown
EastEnders star June Brown delves into her family history. She begins in London, exploring one ancestor's role in the shadowy underworld of 19th-century bare-knuckle boxing, before tracing her heritage farther back. The trail leads to Holland and the story of relatives divided by war, and a document that reveals the impact of an expulsion from North Africa at the time of the Spanish InquisitionFamily and Friends/History
21:00Coast[SUB]
Series 8. Episode 2/6: The Workers' Coast
The team reports on stories of workers from around the UK's shores. Nick Crane is in Grimsby to tell the tale of an abandoned refrigeration plant whose employees once kept Britain's biggest fishing fleet afloat, and also joins a team of drivers parking hundreds of new British cars on board a huge purpose-built transporter on the Tyne. Neil Oliver hears about the thousands of shipyard labourers on the Clyde who fought against job losses in 1971, and Tessa Dunlop is in Cumbria to reveal why the Royal Navy's guns were more accurate than anyone else's 200 years ago. Plus, comedian Ken Dodd joins poet Ian McMillan to celebrate the entertainers who worked so hard to get laughs from the holidaymakers of Blackpool in the Edwardian eraNature/Animals/Environment
22:00Great British Railway Journeys
Series 1. Episode 14/20: Bugle to Mevagissey
Michael Portillo spends the night in a converted post office railway carriage before continuing his journey from Swindon to Penzance, heading for Par, where he meets miner Ivor Bowditch to explore the largest clay mine in the world. In Mevagissey he discovers how the methods for pilchard fishing have changed over the years, and on a visit to the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Michael learns about the 1,000-acre estate's historyTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
22:30Great British Railway Journeys
Series 1. Episode 15/20: Truro to Penzance
Michael Portillo undertakes the last leg of his journey from Swindon to Penzance. He travels to Perran Sands, where he searches for the lost church of St Piran, a place believed to be one of the earliest Christian sites in England. In Redruth, he explores the remains of the Cornish tin industry, before heading to St Ives, where he spends the night in Treganna Castle. The former politician finishes his trip in Penzance, discovering how railways link remote communities to the rest of the countryTourism/Travel/General Education/Science/Factual Topics
23:00The World's Weirdest Weapons[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/6: Secret Weapons of D-Day
A look at outlandish weapons devised and occasionally used by worldwide military forces. The first programme looks at a `flying dustbin' and a floating harbour used by the Allies as they stormed Normandy on D-DayDocumentary