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BBC One London

Saturday, April 20th 2019

  1. 11:20pm

    Killing Eve


    Series 1 Episode 2: I'll Deal with Him Later

    After being fired by Frank for the debacle in the hospital, Eve is stunned to be presented with her dream opportunity - a secret, off-the-books department, a mission she is truly invested in and the chance to build and lead her own team. Her target is Villanelle, who is still fulfilling her missions all over Europe, leaving a trail of bodies and intrigue behind her.

  2. 12:05am

    Robot and Frank


    Sci-fi comedy drama. A former jewel thief with dementia, Frank, receives a gift from his son - a robot butler programmed to take care of his every need. Initially reluctant to accept the robot, Frank soon finds that it may have his uses as he introduces it to a life of crime.

  3. 1:25am

    Weather for the Week Ahead

    Detailed weather forecast.

  4. 1:30am

    Joins BBC News

    BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.

  5. 6:00am


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

  6. 10:00am

    Saturday Kitchen Live

    Matt Tebbutt is joined by chefs Tim Anderson and Olia Hercules plus special guest Gareth Malone. There are great moments from the BBC food archives, including clips from Rick Stein, Keith Floyd, Tom Kerridge and Nigella Lawson, and drinks expert Olly Smith picks the wines to go with the studio dishes.

  7. 11:30am

    Mary Berry's Quick Cooking


    Episode 6

    In this episode, Mary is given an access-all-areas pass as she heads behind the scenes at Heathrow airport. Where everyone has one eye on the clock and a flight to catch, Mary wants to see how the restaurants and cafes feed the 80 million people that pass through the terminals each year in record breaking time. Mary throws herself into the different roles needed to keep one of the busiest airports in the world fed and running smoothly, including a stint as an airport fire fighter. In this episode Mary whips up some wonderful quick delights including a rich chicken korma, a delicious apple sandwich cake and some extra special roast scallops.

  8. 12:00pm

    Football Focus

    Dan Walker and guests Jermaine Jenas and Matthew Upson reflect on a remarkable week in the Champions League and exclusively reveal the nominees for PFA player of the year. Sean Morrison tells us how Cardiff City plan to escape the drop, plus Matt Ritchie at Newcastle and the Women's Champions League.

  9. 1:00pm

    BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  10. 1:15pm

    Snooker: World Championship

    Episode 2

    Sheffield's Crucible Theatre hosts its 43rd World Snooker Championship, and this morning defending champion Mark Williams got proceedings underway. Hazel Irvine introduces coverage from his opening session, before live first-round action continues at 2.30pm with 2010 champion Neil Robertson taking centre stage.

  11. 4:30pm

    Final Score

    All of today's football results, along with reports and reaction from the big games as the 2018-19 Premier League season reaches its final stages. This afternoon's games include Wolves v Brighton and West Ham v Leicester City. Presented by Jason Mohammad.Final Score can also be watched on the Red Button, BBC Sport website, mobile, tablet and connected TV from 1430 until 1730.

  12. 5:30pm

    Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters

    Kung Fu Panda spin-off. Po and the Furious Five uncover the legend of three of kung fu's greatest heroes - Master Thundering Rhino, Master Storming Ox and Master Croc.

  13. 5:50pm

    Impossible Celebrities

    Episode 5

    Rick Edwards hosts a celebrity series of the hit BBC One quiz where players must avoid the impossible answers to stay in the game. Comedian Francesca Martinez, reality star Charlotte Crosby, Strictly Come Dancing's Oti Mabuse and singing sensations Tony Christie and Sheila Ferguson are amongst the eighteen stars competing to win £10,000 for their chosen charity. Every point takes them closer to that jackpot question, but a single impossible answer will eliminate them from the show.

  14. 6:40pm

    BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  15. 6:50pm

    London News

    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  16. 7:00pm


    Episode 4

    Catchpoint, hosted by Paddy McGuinness, is an exciting physical game show where two teams of two compete in the ultimate battle of brains and balls. Combining genuinely tense moments with physicality and humour, Catchpoint offers play along quiz questions on a visually striking set, along with multiple exciting answer reveals. Fast thinking and quick reflexes will lead to the cash prize so long as players don't drop the ball!

  17. 7:30pm

    Pointless Celebrities

    Series 11 Episode 33: 1980s

    A special 1980s edition of the general knowledge quiz in which four teams try to come up with the answers that no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman. Featuring Carol Decker, Dennis Seaton, Bob Champion, Jo Durie, Samantha Fox, Duncan Norvelle, John Kettley and Lizzie Webb.

  18. 8:20pm



    Episode 33

    With Gem's help, Rash makes the choice to follow his dream of travelling. Will risks Connie's wrath to help a patient, Charlie realises that he has underestimated Duffy, and Jade is excited to finally be a registered nurse.

  19. 9:10pm

    All Round to Mrs Brown's

    Episode 5

    Entertainment show hosted by the incomparable Mrs Brown, with guests including 'EastEnders' star Jake Wood, who is preparing for the London Marathon. Wood and his co-stars will be running on the 28th of April in aid of Dementia, to honour onetime cast buddy Barbara Windsor. Also on the show are double Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams and queen of daytime TV Lorraine Kelly, while music comes from Westlife.

  20. 10:05pm

    BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  21. 10:25pm

    Match of the Day

    Gary Lineker introduces highlights from all of today's Premier League matches. Tottenham and Manchester City met for the third time in 10 days, having just played each other home and away in the Champions League quarter-finals. Elsewhere, Wolves, who have enjoyed a successful return to the top flight, hosted Brighton, and Southampton made the long trip up from the south coast to take on Newcastle at St James' Park.

  22. 11:45pm

    Britain's Youngest Football Boss


    Episode 4

    It's four months into the season, and West Ham United women's team, who have won two out of their last six games, now face the daunting task of taking on current champions Chelsea - a match that for 90 minutes will turn partners into opponents as off-pitch couple Alisha Lehmann of West Ham and Ramona Bachmann of Chelsea go head to head for the first time.Whilst the team are hovering at the wrong end of the table, Jack tries his best to drum up support and morale, but can't help feeling the pressure himself.Elsewhere, the Sullivan family get together to celebrate Jack's 19th birthday.