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BBC One London

Friday, October 19th 2018

  1. 11:45pm

    This Week

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    Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Caroline Flint, with a film rounding up the headlines from Quentin Letts. Their guests are Alastair Campbell who gives his take on Brexit and calls for a referendum, and Bobby Gillespie from Primal Scream who talks about progress in the spotlight section.

  2. 12:35am

    Weather for the Week Ahead

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    Detailed weather forecast.

  3. 12:40am

    BBC News

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    BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.

  4. 6:00am

    Breakfast

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    The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

  5. 9:15am

    Rip Off Britain Live

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    Episode 5

    A live edition of the consumer series. Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville get to the bottom of more viewer problems. In this edition, will the much-hyped new laws to crack down on cold calling really make as much difference as has been claimed? And as another small airline goes bust there is advice for consumers on what to do to avoid losing out financially. Plus the latest on some of the programme's biggest cases, and more problems are solved at the Rip Off Britain pop-up shop.

  6. 10:00am

    Homes under the Hammer

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    Episode 51

    Property renovation series. A former bothy in Fife in Scotland, an end-terrace in Nottinghamshire and a semi in Feltham near Heathrow Airport are sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and discover that two of the properties may end up being their new owners' homes, while the third bought by two friends is to sell on after it's done up.

  7. 11:00am

    Claimed and Shamed

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    Episode 5

    Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. Officers from the Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department travel to Las Vegas as they investigate a tip-off about a woman impersonating her deceased mother to cash in on insurance policies. A scammer gets creative as he attempts to rubber-stamp his own claim with forged documents, while CCTV flies in the face of a bus passenger's claim for personal injuries when it shows that the incident being claimed for never even happened. Time is called on a claim for a stolen watch after information contained in a digital photo supplied to back up the claim reveals it was taken two weeks after it was allegedly stolen.

  8. 11:45am

    Armchair Britain

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    Series 1 Episode 10: Brighton

    Miriam Margolyes narrates a tour of the United Kingdom. This episode's destination is Brighton. Miriam guides viewers through the stylish city by way of George IV's pleasure palace, the pier and the promenade, and a nod to the nudist beach. Abba put in an appearance, as do music hall charladies Gert and Daisy, various mods and rockers, and a man up a pole. With Pride, the Brighton Festival and the Burning of the Clocks setting the scene, we are in for a colourful and riveting tour.

  9. 12:15pm

    Bargain Hunt

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    Series 51 Episode 10: Edinburgh

    The team pays a visit to the Highland Centre in Edinburgh, where presenter Natasha Raskin Sharp is joined by experts Ben Cooper and Tim Weeks to help the reds and blues track down items that they hope will make them a profit at auction. Meanwhile, Natasha pays a visit to the Jupiter Artland sculpture park in Edinburgh.

  10. 1:00pm

    BBC News at One

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    The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

  11. 1:30pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  12. 1:45pm

    Doctors

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    Series 19 Episode 279: Girl 6

    Jimmi promises a Syrian refugee girl that he will find her sister, but his desire to overstep the mark lands him in hot water. Karen nurses Rob through his 'man flu', and Heston manages to cheer Ruhma up with a trip to a camping shop, just not in the way he was hoping.

  13. 2:15pm

    Hardball

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    Episode 5

    Ore Oduba hosts a high-tension, fast-paced quiz where contestants battle to outrun the Hardball - if it overtakes them, it is game over.

  14. 3:00pm

    Escape to the Country

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    Series 17 (45 Minute versions Episode 57: West Yorkshire

    Jules Hudson guides a couple on a West Yorkshire journey where they hope to find a dream property for £500,000 that must have enough space to fit a beloved model railway. Away from the house hunt, Jules finds out if the caps fit at one of Yorkshire's finest heritage fabric mills.

  15. 3:45pm

    Money for Nothing

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    Episode 10

    Junk makeover show. Jay Blades sifts through the unwanted items at Altrincham Recycling Centre in search of three pieces to rescue, restore and turn a profit on. Upcycler Sarah Peterson's creativity is tested with a tired set of cane chairs, while robot maker Mark Haig is challenged to come up with a new use for an old video projector. Jay gets crafty with a collection of discarded windows for his own project, but will all three have profit-making potential?

  16. 4:30pm

    Flog It!

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    Series 16 Episode 7: Capesthorne Hall

    Flog It! comes from Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire. Antiques expert Caroline Hawley bags a stunning jewellery set and Anita Manning falls for an elegant Japanese coffee set. Presenter Paul Martin discovers the oldest billiard table company in the world.

  17. 5:15pm

    Pointless

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    Episode 2

    Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.

  18. 6:00pm

    BBC News at Six

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    The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

  19. 6:30pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  20. 7:00pm

    The ONE Show

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    Sir Bryn Terfel and Guy Martin join Angela Scanlon and Ore Oduba on the sofa. Plus Sir Bryn performs the Frankie Laine classic I Believe and there's a special report from Alex Jones in Australia ahead of the Invictus Games.

  21. 7:30pm

    Invictus Games 2018

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    Alex Jones and JJ Chalmers look ahead to the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia. Since Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games in 2014, the event has gone from strength to strength. This year, more than 500 injured, ill and wounded military personnel from 18 countries have gathered for the fourth edition of the games. Members of the UK team share their inspiring stories of how the power of sport has transformed their lives.

  22. 8:00pm

    EastEnders

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    Episode 5797

    Kat and Jean try their best to help Hayley. Louise attempts to cheer up Sharon. Martin is left in a difficult situation.

  23. 8:30pm

    A Question of Sport

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    Episode 14

    Sue Barker hosts the lighthearted sports quiz. Captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell are joined by world champion swimmer Fran Halsall, Olympic medallist Emily Diamond, England cricketer Toby Roland-Jones and rugby league player Kallum Watkins.

  24. 9:00pm

    Have I Got News for You

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    Episode 3

    Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Jo Brand and panellists Grace Dent and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.

  25. 9:30pm

    Would I Lie to You?

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    Episode 2

    Rob Brydon hosts the award-winning comedy panel show with David Mitchell and Lee Mack as the lightning-quick team captains. Over the course of the show, celebrity guests reveal amazing stories about themselves, some of which are true and some of which are not. The aim of the game is to fool the opposition into mistaking fact for fiction and fiction for fact. This episode's guests are Rylan Clark-Neal, Sara Pascoe, Mary Portas and Paul Sinha.

  26. 10:00pm

    BBC News at Ten

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    The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.

  27. 10:25pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  28. 10:35pm

    The Graham Norton Show

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    Episode 4

    The guests on Graham's sofa this week are all actors: Sir Michael Caine, Chris Pine, Rami Malek annd Sally Field. Caine will be talking about his memoir, Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life. Pine discusses his new Netflix movie Outlaw King, while Malek reveals what it was like to play Freddie Mercury in the upcoming Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Field also has an autobiography coming out, entitled In Pieces. Music comes from French electro-pop band Christine and the Queens, who perform their current single 5 Dollars.

  29. 11:25pm

    Peter Kay's Comedy Shuffle

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    Episode 1

    One of Britain's best-loved comedians returns with his views on garlic bread, plus Max and Paddy flatten a cow and it is talent night down at the Phoenix Club for Brian Potter. With a special appearance from Peppa Pig MBE.

  30. 11:55pm

    Killing Eve

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    Series 1 Episode 5: I Have a Thing About Bathrooms

    Thriller series in which a security operative hunts for an assassin. Having survived a terrifying close encounter with Villanelle, Eve now has the mole hidden in a safe house and is buzzing. This is an exciting opportunity to glean information.