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06.00

Good Morning Britain (ITV)
2018x139: 17/07/2018

Breakfast (BBC One)
2018x198: 17/07/2018
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.

08.30

Lorraine (ITV)
2018x139: 17/07/2018

09.00

Victoria Derbyshire (BBC Two)
2018x133: 17/07/2018
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.

09.15

Matron, Medicine and Me (BBC One)
2x02: Simon King
Si King returns to the north east of England to retrace a period where the NHS was critical in saving his life. In 2014 he was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and rushed to surgery. The procedure was known as an occlusion, and the aim was to relieve pressure on Si's brain and stop the bleeding. The vast majority of people who get such a diagnosis either die or suffer permanent disabilities, so when Si awoke afterwards with only confusion he was extremely lucky. So much so that he hasn't really looked back, instead choosing to get on with life in the years since. That has left him feeling that he hasn't taken time to properly reflect on what happened or to say thank you. Si returns to the emergency ward and the neurology department to meet patients who are going through what he went through and the staff who are helping them.

The Wright Stuff (Channel 5)
2018x137: 17/07/2018

09.25

The Jeremy Kyle Show (ITV)
2018x123: 17/07/2018
Jeremy Kyle presents a confrontational talk show in which guests thrash out their conflicts, dilemmas and relationship issues in front of a studio audience.

10.00

Homes Under the Hammer (BBC One)
22x27: Episode 27
Martin Roberts looks around a flat in Pimlico, London, and Martel Maxwell is in Ipswich and Huddersfield visiting properties bought at auction that are in need of renovation.

10.30

This Morning (ITV)
2018x139: 17/07/2018

11.00

Heir Hunters (BBC One)
12x12: Episode 12
There is a lot at stake on the high-value estate of illustrator Jean Crow, with a creative and artistic streak running throughout the family line. It takes all of Michael Buerk and the heir hunters' cunning and craftsmanship to beat their competition in tracking down her rightful heirs. Meanwhile, an illegitimate birth proves to be a tricky stumbling block to finding family members of Phillip Horsley, an undertaker and ex-air force serviceman, while the search for beneficiaries uncovers family members who succumbed to the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918.

12.00

Daily Politics (BBC Two)
2018x114: 17/07/2018
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.

12.30

Loose Women (ITV)
22x132: Tuesday 17th July

13.30

ITV Lunchtime News (ITV)
2018x142: 17/07/2018
The latest headlines from around the world at lunchtime with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents, all of which are followed by a national weather forecast.

14.10

Countdown (Channel 4)
78x132: 17/07/2018
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Anita Rani is in with Susie Dent.

16.00

The £100K Drop (Channel 4)
1x52: Episode 52
Davina McCall is joined by Eleanor and Ben, a couple from London, and friends Phil and John from the Midlands. Will either pair get to the final question and win some cash?

17.15

!mpossible (BBC One)
3x22: Episode 22
Game show in which 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.

18.00

Eggheads (BBC Two)
20x15: Episode 15
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Can the challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show?

18.30

Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
24x141: 17/07/2018
Sylver is ready for his first day of work at The Emporium, but business is slow. Tegan plans to surprise Dee Dee with Disney princesses, as her application to go to Disneyland is declined.

ITV Evening News (ITV)
2018x142: 17/07/2018
National and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents in the UK and around the world, plus a focus on the stories that matter to you.

19.00

The One Show (BBC One)
2018x118: 17/07/2018
Hollywood legend Michael Douglas joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones, along with his Ant Man and the Wasp co-stars Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd. Dan Snow is live on the Jurassic Coast diving for WWII tanks and unearthing artefacts hidden in the sand. And Marty Jopson discovers how the national grid handled a surge in electricity during the world cup final.

Emmerdale (ITV)
49x159: Tuesday 17th July
Ross can't believe his luck. Lachlan is on edge. Zak overreacts.

Tour de France Highlights (ITV4)
2018x11: Stage 10 - Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand
Action from La Course women's race, followed by Stage 10 of the Tour featuring three category 1 climbs and 1 HC climb.

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2018x198: 17/07/2018
Channel 4 News, includes sport and weather.

19.30

EastEnders (BBC One)
34x111: Tuesday 17th July
Sonia offers Tina some support. Karen tries her best to help her sister. Hayley confides in a stranger.

20.00

Master of Photography (Sky Arts)
3x08: Sanctuary
It's the final and the three remaining photographers attempt to capture the humanitarian side of the European refugee crisis, before the series winner is chosen.

The Voice Kids UK (ITV)
2x04: Blind Auditions 4
It's day four of The Voice Kid and the blind auditions come to their conclusion as the contestants sing for their chance to win one of the final places in the coaches' teams. The coaches, will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones, face some difficult decisions as they aim to complete their line-ups. With so much talent on display will the coaches make the right choices, or crumble under the pressure?

Inside the Factory (BBC Two) season premiere
4x01: Coffee
Gregg Wallace is in Derbyshire at an enormous coffee factory where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee every day. He follows the production of freeze-dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch. Along the way he chills out in a freezer cooled to -46 degrees C and discovers how they give you that hit of freshly brewed coffee smell when you pierce the foil lid.

The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies (Channel 5)
6x07: Episode 5
In Derby, Inspector Sarah is called out to a Shih Tzu with matted fur and irritated skin. Luckily for the little dog, there's a team on hand to ensure he gets the care he needs. Inspector Anthony makes a shocking discovery when he finds a dog left in a garden, barely able to walk. And ten puppies found dumped in a bin are given a second chance at life thanks to the help of the staff and volunteers at Blackberry Farm RSPCA.

Holby City (BBC One)
20x29: The Friend Zone
When nothing else seems to be going Sacha's way, he tries his hand at a new romance. Tensions rise as Meena moves in on Nicky's turf up on Darwin. Unconvinced by his slippery charm, Donna puts Zav to the test.

Beach Live: Jurassic Coast Revealed (BBC Four) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
From crabs and bats to owls and cormorants, this episode investigates how much wildlife is living on the beach. The strandline's hidden world of sandhoppers and seaweed is magnified, while specialist underwater cameras give a view of sharks and crabs lying deep in the ocean. Dan Snow examines the royal origin of beach huts and sees how varied their use is in modern-day Britain. Lucy Cooke demonstrates how a humble mollusc helps to train racehorses in Devon. Niall Strawson is in charge of the Discovery Centre, where a panel of experts examine and assess the significance of beach finds from all over the country. And the creation of the unique geological make-up of the Jurassic Coast is seen through the medium of cake! Earth scientist Dr Anjana Khatwa talks Niall through the layers as seen from the sea.

Goodwood Festival of Speed (ITV4)
2018x02: Day 1 Highlights
Julia Bradbury and David Green enjoy the best of the festival on its 25th anniversary, including the spectacular timed shootout.

Ackley Bridge (Channel 4)
2x07: Episode 7
Nas finally meets a girl who knocks her socks off, but their families and backgrounds put them completely at odds, and Missy and Hayley are heartbroken when Simone relapses

21.00

I Am a Killer (Crime & Investigation)
1x08: Episode 8

Our Girl (BBC One)
3x10: Episode 10
2 Section place the camp on lockdown as Inspector Chowdhrey (Navin Chowdhry) explains that the refugee route might be being exploited by drug dealers coming over the border from Myanmar.

Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema (BBC Four) series premiere
1x01: The Romcom
Mark begins with one of the most popular genres of all. They're sometimes sneered at by critics, but from the 1930s to the present day, many of our most beloved movies are romantic comedies. From Bringing Up Baby and The Lady Eve by way of Annie Hall, When Harry Met Sally and Pretty Woman to Love, Actually (a particular Kermode favourite) - as well as recent hits such as The Big Sick and La La Land - Mark examines the cinematic tricks and techniques involved in creating a classic rom-com. Mark celebrates old favourites, reveals hidden treasures and springs plenty of surprises. Examining films from Hollywood to Bollywood via other gems of world cinema, he reminds us how, much like love itself, the art of the romantic comedy is international.

The Yorkshire Dales and The Lakes (More4)
2x05: Episode 5
Near Windermere, upland farmers Pete and Rona Webster are expecting their first child as they prepare to move to the Dales and take over Rona's dad's farm as he retires. They plan to become the first producers of sheep's milk ice-cream in Yorkshire. Game dealer Andrew Dent and gamekeeper Ian Sleightholm are setting heather ablaze in Wensleydale. In the market town of Leyburn, in Lower Wensleydale, antiques dealer Ken Garrett looks to drum up some business. And in Borrowdale, a team of National Trust rangers need to shift thirty tonnes of stone from the valley floor to the summit of Sty Head.

The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer (BBC Two) series premiere
1x01: Episode 1
The first episode follows the creation of the first stretch of the super sewer in east London. Lead engineer Emmanuel Costes has to build a massive 80-metre deep shaft that connects to the super sewer and make it watertight using a specialist technique called 'slipform'. It is a risky approach as it involves pouring concrete constantly for 15 days - and delays could spell financial disaster. The programme follows Steve Perry and his team at the treatment works in Beckton as they attempt to install the biggest pumps ever used in Britain to deal with sewage. The pumps are critical - with so much more sewage due to head to Beckton via the new super sewer, each one has to be capable of pumping three cubic metres of sewage per second. If they aren't installed correctly, millions of tonnes of the capital's waste will be stuck underground.

The Hotel Inspector (Channel 5)
14x07: The Sheldon, Eastbourne
Alex Polizzi visits Eastbourne's the Sheldon, where owner Judith is doing nothing to make her business stand out from the competitive seaside crowd. With Judith's help, Alex gets busy rebranding the Sheldon as a family B&B in time for the all-important summer season.

Dispatches (Channel 4)
2018x16: Inside Facebook: Secrets of the Social Network
Dispatches goes undercover in the secretive world of the people who decide what can and can't be posted on the world's biggest social media site. The investigation looks at how those decisions are made and explores the impact that they have on the millions of people who use Facebook.

Love Island (ITV2)
4x44: Episode 44

21.30

Long Lost Family (ITV) season premiere
8x01: Episode 1
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell reunite more family members with their missing relatives. In this episode, two of our youngest ever searchers look for birth family on the other side of the world.

22.00

Geordie Shore (MTV)
17x10: Episode 10
The Geordie's are back! Get ready for even more partying, pulling, necking on and getting mortal!

22.30

ITV News at Ten (ITV)
2018x142: 17/07/2018
ITV News at Ten provides a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with national and international news with reports and analysis from ITV's Correspondents.

23.00

The South Bank Show Originals (Sky Arts) season premiere
5x01: Billy Connolly
Melvyn Bragg looks back to his previous South Bank Show meeting with Billy Connolly and reflects on the Glaswegian's remarkable career in comedy.

23.30

The South Bank Show Originals (Sky Arts)
5x02: Joan Rivers
Melvyn Bragg looks back on his entertaining 2002 meeting with Joan Rivers in a warm-hearted tribute to the late New York comedian.

00.05

Random Acts (Channel 4) season premiere
5x01: Episode 1
This episode conjures up internet cats like you've never seen them before, a jazz ensemble made entirely of bird puppets, a Peckham auntie who reclaims the streets on horseback, and opera reimagined as a partially-nude fantasia. Plus: the menstrual underworld awaits in an animated music video for Swedish punk ShitKid.

01.00

Cricket on 5 (Channel 5)
2018x30: England v India - 3rd One-Day International
Highlights of the Third One Day International between England and India at Headingley.