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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2017x290: 18/10/2017
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

Good Morning Britain (ITV)
3x290: 18/10/2017
Breakfast show featuring the latest news, sport and weather.

07.00

Teletubbies (CBeebies)
2x38: Up High
The Teletubbies bounce on the Tubby Bouncy. Po bounces as high as a cloud, then Laa-Laa bounces higher, Dipsy bounces even higher and Tinky Winky bounces highest of all.

08.30

Lorraine (ITV)
7x276: 18/10/2017
Lorraine Kelly presents the morning show with a topical mix of entertainment, discussion and showbiz glamour, as well as featuring the latest fashion, food and celebrity gossip.

09.00

Pablo (CBeebies)
1x13: The Aroma
There is an unusual smell in the house that Pablo finds very distracting. In the Art World this aroma becomes a swirling character that makes it hard to think or speak at all.

Victoria Derbyshire (BBC Two)
2017x200: 18/10/2017
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.

09.15

Rip Off Britain Live (BBC One)
4x08: Episode 8
An unemployed man reveals how responding to an ad for what seemed a dream opportunity led to him being conned out of hundreds of pounds. Plus a test to ascertain which plasters are most likely to stay put the longest. And athlete turned presenter Colin Jackson reveals his spending secrets.

The Wright Stuff (Channel 5)
2017x207: 18/10/2017
Lively magazine show in which Matthew Wright and guests discuss the topical issues of the day.

09.25

The Jeremy Kyle Show (ITV)
15x33: 18/10/2017
Jeremy Kyle deals with more dilemmas, fiery confrontations and topical issues all in front of a studio audience.

10.30

This Morning (ITV)
29x282: 18/10/2017

11.00

A Matter of Life and Debt (BBC One)
1x08: Episode 8
In today's episode cameras follow two women as they try to get credit union loans for very different reasons. Jade is looking for £1,500 to redecorate her daughter's bedroom while Miriam needs £1,000 for an educational trip to Germany - but will their loans be approved? A former bus driver tells how an addiction to credit drove her to bankruptcy. Plus, in Manchester, an ethical loan allows food fan Mark to launch his BBQ business in an authentic American school bus, and in Stroud a £500 loan means Fergus' dream of becoming a therapist comes true.

11.30

Daily Politics (BBC Two)
15x222: 18/10/2017
Andrew Neil with live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.

12.30

Loose Women (ITV)
21x278: 18/10/2017

13.00

BBC News at One (BBC One)
2017x208: 18/10/2017
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

13.30

ITV Lunchtime News (ITV)
2017x206: 18/10/2017
Alastair Stewart presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

13.45

Doctors (BBC One)
19x86: Good Deed Day
With Rachel Matthews, Bartley Burke, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Eleanor Ham, Owen Brenman, Adrian Lewis Morgan. Rob chases a drug dealer. Heston finds himself trying to repair a broken friendship. Zara meets Reece's brother at the hospital. Jimmi teases Al about a good deed.

14.10

Countdown (Channel 4)
76x197: 18/10/2017
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Adrian Chiles is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.

14.15

!mpossible (BBC One)
3x03: Episode 3
24 players compete across the series, scoring points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final. The winner of this battle faces a £10,000 question.

15.00

Alphabetical (ITV)
2x13: Episode 13

Find It, Fix It, Flog It (Channel 4)
2x18: Episode 18
In this episode, Henry finds a treat for restorer Guy, and Simon creates stunning table lamps from old theatre lights.

Escape to the Country (BBC One)
18x06: Devon
In Devon, the pressure is on for Margherita Taylor as she helps a hardworking house buyer with a £300,000 budget and a tight deadline to relocate before the new job starts. While in the Devon countryside, Margherita visits the Pebblebed vineyards during the grape harvest and sees how commitment and community involvement have been winning ingredients in helping put English wines on the map.

15.40

Kazoops (CBeebies)
1x64: Fun with Clouds
The Kazoops are frustrated by grey clouds ruining their plans, so Monty sets out to show them that clouds are great.

16.00

Tipping Point (ITV)
7x135: 18/10/2017
Ben Shephard hosts the quiz show in which four players take on an extraordinary machine in the hope of winning its £10,000 pound jackpot.

My Kitchen Rules (Channel 4)
2x18: Episode 18
Midway through the Midlands and Wales region, the time has come for microbrewery owner Ray and his friend and colleague Simon to prepare their three course menu, which unsurprisingly features beer in every course. For starters they prepare Penclawd cockle and laver bread gratin; a main of steak and Grey Trees Stout pie, and finally a chocolate and malt Porter brownie with fresh cream.

17.00

The Chase (ITV)
11x52: 18/10/2017
Bradley Walsh hosts the quiz show as four strangers - Anne, Jim, Sarah and Chas - come together in the hope that as a team they can take on the Chaser and leave with thousands of pounds. But who will they be battling against today?

Four in a Bed (Channel 4)
12x08: The Black Swan Inn
For the third visit the group head to The Black Swan Inn in Pickering, Yorkshire, where Phil and Jill have spent large sums to bring their 18th century inn up to their exacting standards.

5 News at 5 (Channel 5)
2017x204: 18/10/2017
The latest national and international news, sport and weather.

17.15

Pointless (BBC One)
18x13: Episode 13

17.30

Stage School (E4)
2x18: Episode 18
It's a big day for the girl band as global rock gods the Vamps come to town to teach them a trick or two on how to be a success in the pop industry. But does Pia still have doubts about Sophie? Old conflicts arise for the dance crew, and their new-found harmony seems to be evaporating already. With Nationals looming, is this one problem too many for Kieran? Meanwhile, Santino's position as college ladies' man is under threat thanks to hot new pupil Dexter.

Steph and Dom's One Star to Five Star (Channel 4)
1x08: Episode 8
The Daleshurst guest house in Paignton. Steph and Dom challenge the owners to offer seafood BBQ, create an al fresco dining area, and give a masterclass by the sea.

Operation Ouch! (CBBC)
6x05: Terrific Teeth
The doctors reveal why you need differently shaped teeth to eat your food safely - by wearing some very strange gnashers! And they find out what it's like to be lifeguards in Operation Takeover. We catch up with Ouch Patients Kaden and Maisie, and Dr Chris joins the Royal Airforce to find out what it's like to give emergency medical care to patients in the back of a plane which doubles as a mobile military hospital! Meanwhile in accident and emergency one patient arrives after a nasty biking accident, and another has a busted wrist.

18.00

BBC News at Six (BBC One)
2017x208: 18/10/2017
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.

18.30

Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
23x208: 2017-10-18
This special episode concentrates on a day in the life of teens Peri, Yasmine and Lily, alongside their guardians Leela, Misbah and Diane.

Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two (BBC Two)
15x18: Episode 18
Zoe Ball gives us all the news and gossip from the world of Strictly. Ian Waite delves into the latest training footage to give us in the scoop on how the couples are progressing.

ITV Evening News (ITV)
2017x208: 18/10/2017
Mary Nightingale presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

5 News Tonight (Channel 5)
2017x204: 18/10/2017
The latest national and international news, sport and weather.

19.00

Emmerdale (ITV)
48x240: Wednesday 18th October
Jai is devastated. Chrissie and Rebecca are at odds. Daz is eager to impress.

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2017x289: 18/10/2017
Channel 4 News, includes sport and weather.

The One Show (BBC One)
2017x184: 18/10/2017

19.30

Coronation Street (ITV)
58x210: Wednesday 18th October
Billy offers Peter an apology. Chesney impresses Sinead with his response to a crisis. Mary's constant interference irks Angie.

British Superbike Championship Highlights (ITV4)
2017x12: Episode 12
James Haydon presents highlights of the final round of the MCE British Superbikes Championship from Brands Hatch. Leon Haslam will be looking to secure his first BSB title in the three-race finale ahead of Josh Brookes and five-time champion Shane Byrne. With commentary from Jack Burnicle and James Whitham.

20.00

Landscape Artist of the Year (Sky Arts) season premiere
3x01: Episode 1
Hosts Joan Bakewell and Frank Skinner launch a nationwide search for the Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 as contestants paint iconic locations across the country.

Bad Move (ITV)
1x05: Day Trip
Nicky and Steve are missing the hustle and bustle of the city. They fantasise about all the exciting things they could be getting up to if they hadn't left their old life in Leeds and moving to the middle of nowhere. Instead, all Steve has to look forward to is a day of chasing up invoices for his web design business. Nicky's day seems to be going even worse when she's conned into taking Alice, an old lady from the village, to the doctor's. Whilst Nicky's day takes a turn for the better, Steve's takes a bizarre and frightening twist. But at least someone's happy – Nicky's dad Ken has won the meat raffle at the bowls club.

Eat Well for Less? (BBC One)
4x05: Episode 5
Gregg and Chris have their work cut out with a fussy family from Derby who are stuck in a rut with their food habits, and whose fruit and veg consumption is nowhere near the recommended five-a-day. Chris visits a fruit farmer and factory to find out if canned fruit could help. Mum Sarah, lives with her 11-year-old twins Sam and Alex, who are extremely fussy and reluctant to try new foods, Sam and Alex won't even eat family staples such as rice, pasta and potatoes and instead live on the same five meals, which all come out of a packet. Born with spinal muscular atrophy type 2, a rare genetic neuromuscular condition, Sam and Alex are both in wheelchairs, so Sarah understandably relies on convenience foods to try and save time. It's coming at a cost though. Can Gregg and Chris convince Sam and Alex to try new foods and persuade Sarah to ditch her favourite brands?

GPs: Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5)
5x13: Episode 13
World-class bantamweight boxer Lee Haskins visits Dr Amanda Ramshaw, who sends him to hospital amid fears he has sustained neurological damage. Dr Anna Graham meets Jenny, who is worried that her neck-down paralysis is returning.

Your Face or Mine? (Comedy Central)
2x03: Episode 3
Jimmy Carr and Katherine Ryan host the gameshow that puts couples to the test. Dion and Travis will be forced to judge all kinds of faces for the chance to win thousands of pounds.

Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke (Channel 4) season premiere
2x01: Gloucestershire
In stunning rural Gloucestershire, Simon and Lisa recently bought a carbuncle on the landscape. Originally built in the Dutch barn style, this shoddy building was such a nightmare that neighbours compared it to the house in The Amityville Horror. Simon hated it so much that he wanted to bulldoze it and start again. George teams the couple up with creative architect Laura Clark. Her challenge is to come up with a scheme to turn this terrifying building into a warm, welcoming, modern home, while retaining some of its character. But with a limited budget and only nine weeks to play with, Simon and Lisa may have to get their hands dirty if they want to achieve their dream.

Saving Lives at Sea (BBC Two)
2x11: Episode 11
When an early morning dog walker spots a flare off shore, the Rhyl crew race to one of the most mysterious shouts they have seen. The Lowestoft crew find themselves paged to help to a sailor who doesn't want to be rescued. And at Tower, a good samaritan is clinging on for his life after trying to rescue a dog which has jumped into the Thames.

20.30

Coronation Street (ITV)
58x211: Wednesday 18th October
Billy's loss of control threatens his future. Jude's announcement leaves Mary heartbroken. Anna causes a rift between Phelan and Seb.

21.00

Doc Martin (ITV)
8x05: From the Mouths of Babes
James is teething: nothing seems to be working, and nobody is getting any sleep. In desperation, Martin and Louisa agree to try Mel Hendy's (Rosie Ede) suggestion of amber beads. They appear to be working, until James gets a bead stuck up his nose.Mrs Tishell seems to be having a delayed onset of mourning and is "speaking to" Clive. Bert tries to offer advice, which only leads to Mrs Tishell shutting the pharmacy, inconveniencing everyone.

Taskmaster (Dave)
5x06: Spoony Neeson
Taskmaster Greg Davies's little assistant Alex Horne decides it's time for a style makeover, but will it meet with his boss's approval? Meanwhile, with just three shows left, the five comics continue their quest to win a golden likeness of Greg's imperial skull. Bob Mortimer champions sausage meat, Sally Phillips returns to the womb and Greg has a heart to heart with Nish Kumar.

Army: Behind the New Frontlines (BBC Two) series premiere
1x01: The Battle of Mosul
In episode one of this three-part series the Army returns to Iraq, where they have a bloody history. Between 2003 and 2011, 179 British soldiers were killed here. Now they're helping the Iraqis defeat the so-called Islamic State. As the battle for Mosul begins, this series opener follows British soldiers operating behind the frontlines.

The Great War in Numbers (Yesterday)
1x03: Descent Into Hell
By January 1916 the war had become a stalemate. Millions had died and yet no side had achieved a decisive breakthrough. Austria-Hungary tripled the size of its armies to five million men. Germany doubled its forces to seven million. And in Britain men were volunteering to fight at the rate of up to 33,000 a day. 1916's Descent into Hell began at the French fortress city of Verdun. Entire villages were wiped off the map and both sides suffered over 300,000 casualties. At sea the British and German fleets fought the greatest naval battle in history, off the Jutland peninsula in the North Sea. Thousands died, but again no side achieved a crushing victory. And on the Western Front the newly recruited Pals battalions led the attack at 7.30am on 1st July 1916. A day that has gone down as the blackest day in the history of the British Army.

Stella (Sky 1)
6x06: Episode 6
Take a final trip to Pontyberry in the last episode of Ruth Jones's comedy drama. Friends and family get some life-changing news at Stella's graduation party.

Grand Designs (Channel 4)
18x07: Peak District: Post-Industrial House

Salvage Hunters (Quest)
11x06: Episode 6
Modern day treasure hunter Drew Pritchard travels the length and breadth of the country in search of weird and wonderful objects. The bigger the hoard, the happier he is.

Celebrity Showmance (ITV2)
1x03: Episode 3
This time, Kyle lets it all hang out when he has a wardrobe malfunction while taking sexy selfies. Essex princess Chloe faces her fears of nature by going camping before getting saucy with Abz. Jamie becomes Lord of Lady V's manor.

Britain's Lost Masterpieces (BBC Four)
2x04: Arbroath
Hospitalfield House in the fishing town of Arbroath on Scotland's east coast is a Victorian treasure trove. The couple who owned this great house back in the 19th century were obsessed with the decorative arts, and Hospitalfield is full of ornate carved ceilings, sculpted fireplaces, exquisite plasterwork and stonework carved by master masons. It's still a place where artists work today and it has a fine picture collection. Among the many Victorian paintings, could a mysterious 16th century portrait by one of the great Old Master artists lie waiting to be discovered?

The Apprentice (BBC One)
13x03: Robots
The candidates are summoned to London's new Design Museum, where Lord Sugar assigns them a robot-themed task. For one half of each team it is time to get creative and programme a prototype robot, while the other half must sell toy robots.

Don't Tell the Bride (E4)
13x13: Tiago & Karlette
Mummy's boy Tiago plans to put his self-conscious bride Karlette on the big screen at his 1950s drive-in wedding. But attention-shunning Karlette wants something intimate and contemporary. Will his cinematic wedding leave her feeling like a movie star or will his Hollywood dream be a box office flop?

Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away (Channel 5)
5x22: Episode 22
Max and Steve are on a bid to recover unpaid court costs after a car accident. The debtor denies all knowledge, but his luxury car could be taken away. Also Aron and Iain have a writ after the organiser of a music festival refused to pay a supplier.

Wheeler Dealers (Discovery Channel)
14x03: Ford Mustang Mach 1

999: On the Frontline (More4)
1x06: Episode 6
Paramedics are called to a custody suite in Birmingham to deal with a prisoner who is aggressive and abusive but may have overdosed on heroin. Paramedic Rob Moore and student paramedic Ally Shipway tread a fine line between looking after him and themselves. At the same time, across the city, paramedics Jo Hardwick and Peter Bowles are called to a man who is found unconscious at the roadside, but when they wake him his mood dramatically changes and they need to decide on the best care for him. A man is cut out of his car after crashing into another vehicle, and paramedics struggle to find a patient who hung up halfway through their 999 call.

22.00

Chris Ramsey's Stand Up Central (Comedy Central)
1x04: Tom Lucy, Nish Kumar
Live from Camden's Electric Ballroom, Chris Ramsey performs stand-up, and introduces two guests. Tonight he's joined by the youthful Tom Lucy and fiercely intelligent Nish Kumar.

The Apprentice: You're Fired (BBC Two)
12x03: Robots
Host Rhod Gilbert is joined by a panel of experts and celebrity fans who analyse the teams' performances and meet the latest candidate to be fired.

ITV News at Ten (ITV)
2017x167: 18/10/2017
The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

The Only Way is Essex (ITV Be)
21x12: Episode 12
Reality series following a group of buff boys and glamorous girls from Essex. What have the gang been up to this week?

Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners (More4) season premiere
3x01: The Guynd
In this episode, the cleaners head to The Guynd, a Regency mansion in north-east Scotland and home to John, the 26th laird. Once a glorious Scottish estate, over the last 20 years The Guynd has been in steady decline - nowadays the grand entrance hall serves as John's workshop for DIY projects and his kitchen is shared with mice. Now, as John grows older, he's starting to think about passing the house on to his son, Elliot, but he worries that his son won't want the burden. With Elliot due to return on a visit, John wants to breathe new life into his family home and throw a grand ceilidh. To help John get The Guynd up to scratch, two obsessive compulsive cleaners are moving in for five days.

BBC News at Ten (BBC One)
2017x207: 18/10/2017
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.

22.30

Newsnight (BBC Two)
2017x201: 18/10/2017
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark

22.45

After the News (ITV)
1x08: Episode 8
Discussion show with Emma Barnett and Nick Ferrari. Tonight's guests are former Downing Street directors of communication Alastair Campbell and political advisor Katie Perrior.