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BBC One London

Sunday, February 17th 2019

  1. 11:45pm

    Red Tails

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    Action-packed depiction of a lesser-known aspect of World War Two. Italy, 1944. Eager to prove themselves as top pilots and support crew despite prejudice, a segregated squadron of African American airmen, originally trained at Tuskegee, are finally called into duty. However, the men also have individual desires and demons to contend with.

  2. 1:40am

    Weather for the Week Ahead

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    Detailed weather forecast.

  3. 1:45am

    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. 9:10am

    MOTD: FA Cup Highlights

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    Manish Bhasin presents the best of the action from the FA Cup fifth round, where lower league clubs battle against the odds for a quarter-final place. Premier League champions Manchester City travelled to League Two Newport County with the home side dreaming of a historic win.

  6. 10:00am

    The Andrew Marr Show

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    Andrew is joined by shadow chancellor John McDonnell MP, culture secretary Jeremy Wright MP, Airbus UK's senior vice president Katherine Bennett, as well as actors David Suchet and Brendan Coyle. Reviewing the newspapers are the Guardian's associate editor Anushka Asthana, associate editor of the Daily Telegraph Camilla Tominey and the BBC's chief political correspondent Vicki Young.

  7. 11:00am

    Sunday Politics

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    Elizabeth Glinka with the latest political news, interviews and debate.

  8. 11:30am

    The Big Questions

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    Episode 7

    Nicky Campbell presents topical debate live from Hutcheson Grammar School in Glasgow. She asks her audience if they are defined by their country or their faith.

  9. 12:30pm

    Homes under the Hammer

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    Episode 7

    A house with a stream but close to a railway line in Handsacre in Staffordshire and a large three-storey property in Plymouth are sold under the hammer. Martin and Dion meet the new owners to hear their plans for their auction buys.

  10. 1:00pm

    BBC News

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    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  11. 1:15pm

    Songs of Praise

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    The Rev Kate Bottley pays a half-term visit to Whitby in North Yorkshire to discover how Quaker values impacted the life of explorer Captain James Cook, and how the life of St Hilda of Whitby influenced the town. Josie d'Arby visits a Christian-run project in Newcastle which makes lunches during the half-term holiday for children who normally have free school meals. On board a replica of Captain Cook's boat Endeavour, author Vanessa Collingridge explains how Cook conducted himself with honesty and integrity influenced by the Quakers of Whitby. Most of the hymns are from churches across northern England, including One More Step, King of Kings Majesty, Mighty to Save, Oceans, and He Who Would Valiant Be.

  12. 1:50pm

    Porridge

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    Series 1 Episode 5: The Listener

    Sitcom. An intriguing new inmate arrives at Wakeley, in the form of depressed rock star Rob Strange. Fletch is tasked with keeping an eye on him, but events take an unexpected turn.

  13. 2:20pm

    Bargain Hunt

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    Episode 4: Edinburgh

    Antiques challenge. Tim Wonnacott presents an episode with a distinct musical theme, as a red team of singers faces a blue team of multi-instrumentalists. Experts Catherine Southon and Paul Laidlaw guide the teams from the antiques fair in Edinburgh to the auction in Glasgow, where Anita Manning has her gavel in hand. Meanwhile, Tim heads down south to Devon to visit historic Saltram House.

  14. 3:10pm

    Money for Nothing

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    Episode 2

    Entrepreneur Sarah Moore is on a mission to make money out of items bound for the bin. In each episode she saves two things from the tip. With the help of some of the nation's best artisans each item is transformed into a bespoke piece and then put up for sale. Sarah then returns all the profits back to the people who had no idea there was cash to be made from their trash.

  15. 3:40pm

    MOTD Live: Doncaster Rovers v Crystal Palace

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    Gary Lineker presents live coverage as League One Doncaster Rovers aim for an FA Cup giant killing when they take on Premier League Crystal Palace. Doncaster are in the fifth round for the first time in 63 years and face a Palace side who made the final in 2016. It is eight years since the sides last met at the Keepmoat Stadium, when Doncaster ran out 1-0 winners in the Championship.

  16. 6:05pm

    Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death

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    Comic adventure starring the hapless inventor and his canine sidekick. The pair have opened a new bakery business - Top Bun - but local bakers are being targeted by a mysterious assassin. Wallace is unconcerned, as he has found true love in the shape of a former star of the Bake-O-Lite bread commercials. Can Gromit discover the identity of the Cereal Killer before Wallace becomes the next victim?

  17. 6:35pm

    BBC News

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

  18. 6:50pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  19. 7:00pm

    Countryfile

    Matt Baker and Margherita Taylor are in a very snowy Devon. Matt looks at the work of photographer James Ravilious, who spent years photographing the Devon countryside. He meets Brian Low, one of the farmers who appeared in the photos in the 1970s and discovers what Ravilious's legacy means to him. Matt returns to Brian's farm to meet some just-born calves, before heading to Lisa Lucas Ridge's farm, where lambing is in full swing. Margherita meets the people from the Axewood Co-operative, a group who chop down wood and give it away, as well as some of the beneficiaries of this log bank, finding out how this initiative is helping ease fuel poverty locally. Margherita also heads to Greenway, the fabled summer home of Agatha Christie. The gardens are famous for their camellias, which are in full bloom despite the icy weather. Plus Hannah Cockroft does a spot of bird-watching, Tom Heap investigates the growth of illegal bloodsports online and Adam Henson sees how virtual reality is being used to train the farmers of the future.

  20. 8:00pm

    Call the Midwife

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    Episode 6

    Drama about a group of midwives in 1960s London. Mother Mildred returns and helps a docker family tackle end-stage pneumoconiosis. Lucille cares for an unmarried teenage mother who wants to keep her baby.

  21. 9:00pm

    Baptiste

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    Series 1 Episode 1: Shell

    Tchéky Karyo returns to the role of French detective Julien Baptiste in this, the first episode of a new crime drama spin-off from 'The Missing'. Julien is trying his best to enjoy retired life with his family in Amsterdam, but when Police Commissioner and former girlfriend Martha Horchner asks him to assist with a missing person's case, Julien can't refuse. He meets Edward Stratton, who has been desperately scouring the streets of Amsterdam to find his niece, sex worker Natalie Rose. Soon, the two men delve into the seamy and criminal underworld of the red light district looking for clues as to Natalie's whereabouts.

  22. 10:00pm

    BBC News

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

  23. 10:20pm

    BBC London News

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    The latest news, sport and weather from London.

  24. 10:30pm

    MOTD: FA Cup Highlights

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    Gabby Logan and guests analyse the key action and biggest talking points from the day's FA Cup fifth-round fixtures. League One Doncaster Rovers were hoping to mark a first appearance at this stage for 63 years by shocking Premier League Crystal Palace.

  25. 11:15pm

    Blades of Glory

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    Will Ferrell and Jon Heder star as two of the world's leading figure skaters in this madcap sporting comedy, directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck. Chazz and Jimmy suffer the singular misfortune of being banned from men's singles figure skating competitions for life after brawling in public at the world championships. It is some years later that Jimmy discovers a loophole in the rules that allows the two to compete as a pair, despite such events generally being considered open only to partners of opposite sexes. The two manage to overcome their mutual antipathy, but other obstacles lie in their path as they try to resurrect their careers.