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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2018x21: 21/01/2018
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

08.30

Spy School (CITV)
1x03: Operation High Notes
When the voices of the UK's biggest pop stars turn into high-pitched squeals overnight, the Spy School cadets are tasked with discovering what could be causing it. Evil Goldfist's plot to end the singing careers of pop stars leads the cadets to London's O2 Arena in a race against time to save the pop world from disaster!

09.00

The Andrew Marr Show (BBC One)
2018x03: 21/01/2018
Interviews with key newsmakers and cultural figures, and a look at what is happening in the world this week.

09.25

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x21: 21/01/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

09.30

Sunday Brunch (Channel 4)
6x49: Kerry Howard, Ross Noble, Kara Tointon, Django Django
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host the Sunday show with recipes, previews and guests. Kerry Howard talks about her new series of Witless, Ross Noble gives the lowdown on his UK tour, while Kara Tointon talks about the cinema screening of the RSC's Twelfth Night. Django Django performs In Your Beat live in the studio.

10.00

The Big Questions (BBC One)
11x03: Episode 3
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Netherhall School, Cambridge.

Peston on Sunday (ITV)
6x02: Episode 2
Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.

10.05

Saturday Kitchen Best Bites (BBC Two)
2018x03: 21/01/2018
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.

10.20

Swashbuckle (CBeebies)
5x17: Coco-Nutty
Captain Captain has ordered Cook and Line to clean out the new shark tank, but they are scared of the sharks and decide to relax with a nice coconut instead. Captain Captain doesn't understand what there is to be scared of and she tells them that coconuts are actually more dangerous than sharks. You're more likely to be harmed by a falling coconut than a shark. This revelation backfires as Cook and Line now become terrified of coconuts, dressing up in elaborate coconut safety gear and trying to invent a coconut early-warning system!

11.00

Sunday Politics (BBC One)
2018x02: 21/01/2018
Sarah Smith and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate.

12.15

MOTD2 Extra (BBC Two)
2018x17: 21/01/2018
Mark Chapman and guests analyse the talking points from Saturday's Premier League games and look ahead to Sunday's fixture between Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.

12.55

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x22: 21/01/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

13.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x16: 21/01/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

15.15

Ski Sunday (BBC Two)
40x05: Kitzbuehel - Downhill
Ski Sunday comes from Kitzbuehel, home of the infamous Hahnenkamm downhill. A win on the Streif is as revered as an Olympic gold in the ultimate risk-reward race of the men's World Cup. We will also have the women's downhill from Cortina, Italy, the flagship race on the women's tour.

16.25

Songs of Praise (BBC One)
2018x03: Methodist Central Hall Westminster
Hymns and songs from the historic Methodist Central Hall Westminster with guest Julian Lloyd Webber, who reminisces about his father's time there as organist. The Rev Tony Miles and Rev Martyn Atkins reveal the hall's links to the United Nations. Connie Fisher visits the St Vincent's Family Project supporting local young families and children, and she hears from performers from the West End's musical theatre about the challenges of being a Christian in the world of show business.

16.45

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x23: 21/01/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

17.00

Our Family Fun (CBeebies)
1x15: Charlotte and Zoe's Picture Perfect Day
Six-year-old Charlotte and five-year-old Zoe love using their camera. Today they're taking pictures of each other, and Mum and Dad, before putting them together to make a collage.

17.05

Treasure Champs (CBeebies)
1x06: Sharing
Barry wants to play with Kari and struggles to share her with Thingy. After spoiling their fun, they come to see that sharing games together is the best way. We meet one Treasure Champ whose family is hosting a Jewish Shabbat meal and Treasure Champ twins who have to share everything! Plus, storyteller Omar tells the Biblical story of the feeding of the 5,000 with the help of a few friends.

18.00

Dancing on Ice (ITV)
10x03: Show 3
It's Disco Week as the eleven remaining celebrities compete to become this year's champion of the rink. Skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean lead the judging panel alongside expert choreographer Jason Gardiner and dance supremo Ashley Banjo as all of our remaining celebrities take to the ice to try and avoid the dreaded Skate Off with the help of some of the world's greatest skating professionals.

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x17: 21/01/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

Tennis: Australian Open Highlights (BBC Two)
2018x02: Day 7 Highlights
Kat Downes presents highlights of 2018's Australian Open fourth round in Melbourne.

18.30

Countryfile (BBC One)
30x03: Leicestershire
Anita Rani joins some budding 'citizen scientists' taking in the New Year Plant Hunt. Leicestershire has more than 300 rare species of plant, but they're being lost at a rapid rate. Anita visits Leicester University's herbarium to investigate the city's plants past, present and future. John Craven is at Rutland Water which is a hotspot for birding, with more hides than any other reserve in the country, where every year at least one hide is rebuilt. John joins in with 'raising' the new building which forms part of the trainee reserve officers training for the year. Steve Brown gets to know some of Rutland Water's winter visitors better and looks forward to the Big Garden Birdwatch, as well as meeting the young birdwatchers taking part and revealing how to take part in this years' event. Tom Heap looks at the problems faced by rural fire services.

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2018x21: 21/01/2018
Channel 4 News, includes sport and weather.

19.00

Posh Pawn (Channel 4) season premiere
7x01: Episode 1
The series that goes behind the scenes in the world of high-end pawnbroking returns with new episodes. Prestige Pawnbrokers boss James gets his petrolhead fix with an E-Type Jaguar worth over รบ100,000, and puts memorabilia expert Lawrence's car knowledge to the test. Designer handbag expert Claudia is presented with an extravagant impulse buy and Lawrence horses around in Hertfordshire, where he appraises some unusual artwork.

19.30

Still Open All Hours (BBC One)
4x04: Episode 4
Granville encourages Gastric to express his artistic side in a local art competition, but he throws himself into self-expression more enthusiastically than anyone could have predicted. Meanwhile Granville has bought a large collection of mystery tins. Unfortunately Leroy and Granville are still none the wiser on the contents after they've opened one. Now they face the ultimate challenge - how can you sell something when you have absolutely no idea what it is?

20.00

Call the Midwife (BBC One) season premiere
7x01: Episode 1
The Big Freeze continues, with scheduled power cuts and more blizzards. The departure of Barbara prompts Sister Julienne to recruit a new midwife, Lucille Anderson. Owing to the snow, Lucille is two days late and her start is bumpy when she falls ill. Lucille is called out from her sick bed to assist Trixie with a breech birth. Nadine Mulvaney, a single mother and exotic dancer in Soho, plans to give the baby up for adoption. But, Trixie is concerned that Nadine's Rhesus Negative blood type might cause problems for baby. Meanwhile, Nurse Crane and Dr Turner are caring for Ruth Gelin, an elderly Jewish woman suffering from bowel cancer. Ruth and her husband Arnold are facing eviction from their home of several decades. The council have started to demolish their street as part of the slum clearance. Nurse Crane must convince the prickly Sergeant Woolf to delay the demolition until after Ruth passes away. Shelagh wants to return to work and contemplates having an Au Pair. An apprehensive Trixie decides to take her relationship with Christopher to the next level while Sister Winifred is nervous as her driving test approaches.

The Biggest Little Railway in the World (Channel 4)
1x03: Episode 3
On its first gentle hill, the tiny train grinds to a halt. Bearing in mind the monster hills that it must still face, this is alarming. But one of the train team has a brainwave... Further ahead near Fort Augustus, Claire has come across an impassable rocky stream. After a conference with her team, they decide to build an ambitious curving trestle bridge. But the train doesn't look like it will make it that far. It keeps falling off the track, so Dick drives into the nearest town to see if he can manufacture a bespoke tool that will stabilise the track. After six days of non-stop building everyone's getting tired so they reward themselves with an exuberant birthday party for one of the team members, led by Lawrence the DJ.

20.10

Vera (ITV)
8x03: Home
Quiet life in suburbia takes a dark turn when a woman is found murdered in her garden. When DCI Vera Stanhope discovers that the neighbours aren't all that they seem, buried secrets must be unearthed in order to catch the killer.

21.00

McMafia (BBC One)
1x05: Episode 5
Semiyon's fortunes continue to rise but he and Alex disagree on how to proceed, with Alex wanting to turn the pressure up on Vadim. In the UK, Alex and Rebecca announce their engagement - but it is clear he is distracted. The next morning he receives a shocking call: Semiyon has been arrested in Tel Aviv... Having almost lost hope that Semiyon will ever let her go, Lyudmilla realises she might have some leverage. Meanwhile, Masha confesses her secret to Katya, and, with Alex away in Israel, Rebecca grows closer to Antonio.

Ibiza Weekender (ITV2)
7x03: Episode 3
Following last week's shock departure of Deano from the team, Head Rep David is hoping the remaining reps will pull together to give the guests a weekend they will never forget, But its not long before some of them are more focused on each other than the job in hand. With the arrival of the boy guests, brothers Luke and Zak, Jordan finds himself with some competition for Chyna. Determined to keep his budding romance on track he makes it his mission to wingman the boys away from Chyna, as well as surprise her with a date of his own making but just how will Chyna take to the fake flowers and tea candles?Meanwhile new boy rep Callum develops feelings for fellow rep Molly and he attempts to make those feelings known - but after he drunkenly kisses one of the girl guests it might be over before it's started.

SAS: Who Dares Wins (Channel 4)
3x03: Episode 3
The remaining men are split into two units as the course instructors test the recruits' ability to bond - as well as compete - with each other. In the Sahara desert, the recruits compete in a punishing time trial run across the treacherous Erg Lihoudi sand dunes, before having to work as a team to move equipment across the dunes in a 4x4. During a night-time escape and evasion mission, they must cross a remote river valley in the pitch black of night while avoiding hunter teams who are tracking them with dogs, and one of the teams gets lost. The recruits who fail to show the right character and ability in these tasks are later axed from the course in a shock cull.

22.00

Robbie Coltrane's Critical Evidence (Crime & Investigation) season premiere
2x01: Little Miss Nobody: Alan Charlton
Robbie Coltrane reveals eight of the hardest, most complex and baffling murder cases ever to be investigated by British police.

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2018x18: 21/01/2018
The latest national and international news from the BBC.

22.10

ITV Weekend News and Weather (ITV)
2018x24: 21/01/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world as well as the latest major sports results.

22.30

Match of the Day 2 (BBC One)
2017x20: MOTD2 - 21st January 2018
Mark Chapman presents highlights of Tottenham's trip to Southampton. Last season Spurs ran out 4-1 winners courtesy of two goals from Dele Alli, while Southampton's Nathan Redmond was sent off. Plus all of the best action from Saturday's Premier League fixtures.