BBC One London

Sunday, March 26th 2017

  1. 10:35pm

    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

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    Action adventure sequel. In the final instalment of the buccaneering trilogy, Jack Sparrow is trapped in Davy Jones's Locker, and in his absence the East India Trading Company is taking over the seas. Jack's former crew and his friends Elizabeth and Will must join forces with Captain Barbossa to save Captain Sparrow and bring the entire pirate community together against their common enemy. The scene is set for a battle of epic proportions.

  2. 2:10am

    Weather for the Week Ahead

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    Detailed weather forecast.

  3. 2:15am

    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. 9:00am

    The Andrew Marr Show

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    Interviews with political and cultural figures and a look at the Sunday newspapers. Andrew is joined by home secretary Amber Rudd, shadow secretary of state for exiting the European Union Sir Keir Starmer, Conservative Baroness Sayeeda Warsi and actor David Tennant. Plus music from violinist Kyung Wha Chung.

  6. 10:00am

    The Big Questions

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    Episode 12

    Nicky Campbell presents live debate from St Edward's School, Oxford, and asks: Are we right to give terrorists the oxygen of publicity?; and Should the secrecy of the confessional be sacrosanct?

  7. 11:00am

    Sunday Politics

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    Andrew Neil and Tim Donovan discuss the Westminster attack with Commons leader David Lidington and head of Europol Rob Wainwright. Plus Ukip leader Paul Nuttall talks about Douglas Carswell about quitting the party. Panellists include Janan Ganesh from the Financial Times, Polly Toynbee from The Guardian and Toby Young from The Spectator.

  8. 12:15pm

    Bargain Hunt

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    Series 43 Episode 16: Brackley

    Christina Trevanion is at the helm as the hunt for bargains heads to the Brackley Antique Cellar. Two teams of best friends must buy three items in an attempt to make a profit at auction. Providing a helping hand to the red and blue teams are Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon. Meanwhile, Christina embarks on a journey through time, looking at watches through the ages.

  9. 1:00pm

    BBC News

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    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  10. 1:15pm

    Flog It!

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    Series 12 Reversions Episode 25: Somerset 12

    Flog It! is in Somerset at Europe's biggest naval aviation museum - the Fleet Air Arm Museum. The incredible collection is housed at HMS Heron, the Royal Navy's aviation base in Yeovilton. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant join presenter Paul Martin as the team set out to go through hundreds of antiques and collectibles brought along by members of the public to the valuation day in Somerset. The lucky ones make it to the auction room, where anything can happen. While in the Somerset-Dorset region, Paul Martin drops in on a family-run pottery business, where father and sons have been working alongside each other creating their wares for decades, and has a go himself. Paul also travels to Forde Abbey, once home to Cistercian monks on the Somerset-Dorset border, where he meets a family whose religious heritage influences their everyday lives.

  11. 2:15pm

    Countryfile Spring Diaries

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    Series 1 Episode 2: A Sense of Spring

    John Craven and the Countryfile Spring Diaries team - Keeley Donovan, Jules Hudson and Margherita Taylor - unveil the secrets of spring. Keeley Donovan discovers how just one in 23 people in the UK experiences spring in a truly multisensory way. And one of the most fragrant and emblematic symbols of spring is under attack - Jules Hudson investigates why native bluebells could be extinct in the space of a generation.

  12. 3:00pm

    Escape to the Country

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    Series 15 Compilations Episode 8: Worcestershire

    Series which helps prospective buyers to find their dream home in the country. Nicki Chapman and Jules Hudson showcase rural Worcestershire in a special episode looking back on the journeys of two couples who were searching for dream homes in the county. Away from the house hunt, Nicki meets a local craftsman who is preserving an equine tradition, and Jules visits the 'fruit basket of England'.

  13. 4:00pm

    Songs of Praise

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    For Mothering Sunday, David Grant meets a mum who became a boxing coach to help youngsters in her community and a foster mum who took in three young asylum seekers from Afghanistan. The archbishop of York continues his special interviews for Lent, and there is music to lift the soul.

  14. 4:35pm

    Shop Well for Less

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    Episode 4

    Alex Jones and Steph McGovern are on a mission to help families change the way they shop without changing their lifestyle. They are in Surrey with John and Flo and their three children. A drop in income coupled with a reliance on credit means the family need help to get back in the black. The sooner the family start reining in their spending the better, so Alex and Steph debrand their home, replacing many of their favourite products with cheaper alternatives.

  15. 5:35pm

    The Best Of Red Nose Day 2017

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    Episode 7

    Highlights from the 2017 Red Nose Day, including all the funniest moments from the biggest comedy show of the year. With Sir Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Sally Phillips, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis and Miranda Hart. There is also Alan Partridge, Peter Kay, Russell Brand, Mrs Brown, People Just Do Nothing, Cunk, Toast of London, Smack the Pony, David Walliams, This Country, Frankie Boyle and lots more.

  16. 6:35pm

    BBC News

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    The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team.

  17. 6:50pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  18. 7:00pm

    Countryfile

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    Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison visit Denbighshire in north east Wales. Matt spends a day with Daphne Tilley, who was recently awarded an MBE for services to agriculture. Jamie Oliver, the Ritz and the Queen's caterers all buy Welsh lamb from Daphne. With woodland, wetland and moorland to explore, Denbighshire provides Ellie with some great opportunities for wildlife spotting. She is up at the crack of dawn to witness the spring mating rituals of grouse, before she heads out on to the moorland to monitor adders. Sean Fletcher meets Sarah Hughes, a farmer whose business blossoms in spring as she has diversified into selling edible flowers. Adam Henson is in Cumbria at the first college in the country to offer a dedicated sheepdog-handling course. And Tom Heap talks about the future of farming - from a fantastical land of butter mountains and wine lakes, he asks what UK agriculture will look like from outside the European Union.

  19. 8:00pm

    Antiques Roadshow

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    Series 39 Episode 15: Burton Constable

    Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team head to Burton Constable Hall near Hull, a property filled with family legends and treasures, including a remarkable cabinet of curiosities. Objects brought in by visitors are just as diverse, including a ship's anchor found in a garden pond and a medal given for heroism to a local sailor who helped break Captain Scott's ship out of Antarctic ice in 1901. There is also a rare example of early flat-pack furniture dating back to the 17th century. And for anyone interested in the wisdom of investing in antiques and collectibles, there is a revelation about how a decision to purchase a flimsy booklet proved a much better investment 30 years ago than buying a second-hand car.

  20. 9:00pm

    Line of Duty

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    Episode 1

    The return of the hit drama series about police corruption sees a months-long hunt for a serial killer descend into a possible miscarriage of justice. DCI Roz Huntley is under intense pressure to catch the culprit and prove herself to her superiors, but when she apprehends a suspect, forensic investigators inform anti-corruption unit AC-12 of their doubts about her handling of the investigation. Is Huntley ignoring forensic evidence that might prove the suspect's innocence? AC-12 place an undercover officer in Huntley's team to dig deeper, and Roz is forced to act decisively to stop her life unravelling.

  21. 10:00pm

    BBC News

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

  22. 10:20pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  23. 10:30pm

    Iron Man 3

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    Robert Downey Jr returns as super industrialist Tony Stark - and heavy metal crimefighter Iron Man - for a third time in the superhero series. Still tormented by his brush with death after aliens attacked New York City, Tony Stark has fallen far from the heroic Iron Man figure the public know and love. But when maniacal terrorist the Mandarin sets about brutally dismantling Iron Man's world, Stark suits up and attempts to find a way to get even.

  24. 12:30am

    Celebrity Apprentice USA

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    Episode 12: One of Us Will Win but Not by Much

    Donald Trump presents the American version of the business-based competition, with celebrity contenders. The finalists are challenged to create a new flavour of Walgreens Delish brand premium ice cream, produce a promotional video and raise money for a launch event featuring the new flavours.