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04.00

BBC News at 4am (BBC News)
2024x176: Episode 176

05.00

BBC News at 5am (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2024x177: Episode 177

Good Morning Britain (ITV1)
2024x126: Episode 126

Milkshake! (Channel 5)
2024x177: Episode 177

Breakfast with Eamonn & Isabel (GB News)
2024x77: Episode 77

Breakfast with Kay Burley (Sky News)
2024x94: Episode 94

EastEnders (BBC iPlayer)
2024x101: 26/06/2024
The Mitchells anxiously wait for an update. Yolande gets some vital information. Nugget is nervous about the boxing tournament. 

06.40

Tweedy & Fluff (Channel 5)
1x37: Bubble
Tweedy and Fluff find a soapy sponge in the yard. Lots of bouncy bubbly fun but does Fluff know when to stop?

07.45

Newsround (CBBC)
2024x170: Episode 170

08.30

Milkshake! Craft Party (Channel 5)
1x17: Fluff
Join David for a Tweedy and Fluff inspired Craft Party as he creates his very own Fluff Toy.

09.00

Lorraine (ITV1)
14x126: Episode 126

BBC News at 9am (BBC News)
2024x152: Episode 152

09.15

Jeremy Vine (Channel 5)
2024x126: Episode 126

09.30

Morning Live (BBC One)
6x42: Episode 42

Britain's Newsroom (GB News)
2024x127: Episode 127

10.00

This Morning (ITV1)
36x126: Episode 126

Sky News at 10am (Sky News)
2024x127: Episode 127

11.15

Storm Huntley (Channel 5)
2024x126: Episode 126

11.30

Ian King Live (Sky News)
2024x203: Episode 203

12.00

Good Afternoon Britain (GB News)
2024x127: Episode 127

Sky News Today (Sky News)
2024x127: Episode 127

12.05

Channel 4 News Summary (Channel 4)
2024x124: Episode 124

12.15

Politics Live (BBC Two)
2024x88: Episode 88

13.00

BBC News at One (BBC One)
2024x127: Episode 127

Sky News at One (Sky News)
2024x102: Episode 102

13.30

ITV Lunchtime News (ITV1)
2024x127: Episode 127

13.40

5 News Lunchtime (Channel 5)
2024x126: Episode 126

14.00

BBC News at 2pm (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

Sky News Today with Kamali Melbourne (Sky News)
2024x102: Episode 102

14.10

Countdown (Channel 4)
89x126: Episode 126

15.00

Martin Daubney (GB News)
2024x127: Episode 127

16.00

Renovation Nation (Channel 4)
2x02: Episode 2
Sophie and Colin are transforming the sitting room of their historic Cornish townhouse and on the Scottish isle of Gigha, Andy and Karen are renovating a cosy shepherd's hut. In Monmouthshire, Matthew and Michelle turn their focus to a dream family bathroom.

16.30

Match of the Day (BBC One)
2024x76: MOTD Live: UEFA Euro 2024 - France v Poland
Gary Lineker presents coverage of both sides' final Group D match from BVB Stadion Dortmund. France, still under long-term coach Didier Deschamps, are trying to avoid missing out on reaching the knockout stages of the Euros for just the second time this century, having previously finished bottom of their group back in 2008. At those finals, they finished behind the Netherlands, Italy and Romania, having only picked up one point in their three group matches, and the Netherlands are among their initial rivals once again. This time around they'll be one of the favourites to make it deep into the knockout stages, with a talented attack that includes Kylian Mbappe, Aurelien Tchouameni, Ousmane Dembele and record goalscorer Olivier Giroud. Poland also possess plenty of quality players in their squad, as well as some real experience in the form of former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojchiech Szczesny, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Grosicki and talisman Robert Lewandowski. With analysis from Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard and Micah Richards, and commentary by Steve Bower.

Ian King Live (Sky News)
2024x204: Episode 204

16.45

Match of the Day (BBC One)
2024x77: MOTD Live: UEFA Euro 2024 - Netherlands v Austria
Coverage of the Group D match from Olympiastadion Berlin, as both teams play their third and final group fixture. The Netherlands have reached the semi-finals three times since 1992, but have to find a squad to replicate the achievements of 1988, when they famously won the tournament with a line-up that included the likes of Ruud Gullit, Marco van Basten and Ronald Koeman, who is now in charge of the Oranje. They have experience in abundance in their squad this time around and much of the focus will be on Memphis Depay, as he looks to overtake Robin van Persie as their all-time leading goalscorer. Austria lack the same experience in their ranks, and will find little solace from their recent record against the Dutch, having lost the last seven meetings, a run dating back to 1992. Gabby Logan presents, with analysis from James McFadden, Thomas Hitzlsperger and Ashley Williams, and commentary by Jonathan Pearce.

17.00

5 News (Channel 5)
2024x124: Episode 124

Sun, Sea and Selling Houses (Channel 4)
7x17: Episode 17
In Alicante, Cher and Richard from Staffordshire want to take advantage of being self-employed and spend more time in Spain. Sophie and Charlotte try to find them a holiday home with a swimming pool and plenty of space for their children and dogs. In Murcia, Natalie Brown is flying solo as she helps Chris and Elaine from Warwickshire, who have a budget of 100,000 Euros and their hearts set on a doer upper with top-notch sea views.

The News Hour with Mark Austin (Sky News)
2024x127: Episode 127

18.00

Dewbs & Co. (GB News)
2024x127: Episode 127

18.30

ITV Evening News (ITV1)
2024x126: Episode 126

Sportsday (BBC News)
2024x353: Episode 353

18.55

5 News Update (Channel 5)
2024x345: Episode 345

19.00

Channel 4 News (Channel 4)
2024x177: Episode 177

BBC News at 7pm (BBC News)
2024x175: Episode 175

Politics Hub with Sophy Ridge (Sky News)
2024x101: Episode 101

Our Great Yorkshire Life (Channel 5) season premiere
3x01: Episode 1
Peter Wright visits a donkey sanctuary, where Donald and Alf, two rescued donkeys, are hopefully about to be rehomed if they can pass Peter's health check. Adam and Moira Domican-Gough from Ingleton share their experiences of living off-grid. In Horsforth, Leeds-born chef Matt Healy is on the cusp of realising his lifelong dream of opening his own restaurant in the town where he grew up.

Vote 2024: The Leaders (GB News)
1x02: Rishi Sunak
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak takes questions from Christopher Hope with analysis from Camilla Tominey and political guests.

19.10

BBC News at Six (BBC One)
2024x127: Episode 127

The One Show (BBC One)
2024x124: Episode 124

19.30

Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
30x124: Tue 25 Jun 2024

Electioncast (BBC News)
1x34: Episode 34

19.55

5 News Update (Channel 5)
2024x346: Episode 346

20.00

State of the Nation (GB News)
2024x102: Episode 102

The Context (BBC News)
2024x124: Episode 124

The UK Tonight with Sarah-Jane Mee (Sky News)
2024x101: Episode 101

Bake Off: The Professionals (Channel 4)
7x06: Episode 6
In the first challenge, the remaining bakers must deliver 18 buttery, flaky savoury croissants and 24 perfectly filled maritozzi for judges expecting nothing but absolute perfection. In the showpiece challenge the teams will need to tap into their light-hearted natures, as they produce a towering choux and nougatine showpiece with a playtime theme and featuring 160 filled choux. All this needs to be delivered to the judges in just five hours. Which teams will have structured their ascent to a spot in the final six and whose time will come crashing to an end?

21.00

Patrick Christys Tonight (GB News)
2024x127: Episode 127

The World with Yalda Hakim (Sky News)
1x90: Episode 90

The Great British Sewing Bee (BBC One)
10x06: Episode 6
It's Children's Week, and Kiell Smith-Bynoe invites the seven remaining sewers to follow the pattern for a child's sequined bomber jacket. With sequins proving tricky to tackle and ribbing around the cuffs and neck, the sewers' skills will once again be under the microscope. For the Transformation Challenge, the sewers are asked to make animal themed fancy dress for a toddler from beach towels with eye-catching results. Finally, the Sewing Bee welcomes mini models for the Made-to-Measure. The sewers' challenge is to unearth a childhood photo and use it as inspiration to create a brand new outfit to fit their mini models. Who will breeze through it like child's play, and who will be on the naughty step?

Super Surgeons: A Chance at Life (Channel 4)
2x02: Episode 2
Fifty-three-year-old ex-Naval Pilot Rich is suffering from a 16cm tumour that stretches from his jawline down to his heart, wrapping around his carotid artery. Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon Professor Vin Paleri requires close collaboration with vascular and cardiac specialists to delicately remove the tumour, potentially sacrificing the major artery in the process.

Serial Killer Wives (5Star)
1x05: Episode 5
This is the shocking true story of Martyn, ex-partner of notorious serial killer and necrophile Dennis Nilsen, who murdered at least twelve young men and boys in London between 1978 and 1983 before being sentenced to life in prison. After running away from home aged 14, Martyn became a sex worker in London's West End. During this time, he met Nilsen in an arcade. They ended up at Nilsen's flat where Martyn fell asleep, only to wake in a room full of smoke, Nilsen looming over him with a knife. He pushed him off and left, confused by what had happened. During the next few months, young men began to go missing from the West End. Martyn and Nilsen bumped into each other again and went back to Nilsen's flat, where they talked and bonded over their troubled upbringings. They began a casual relationship which would last for years. Nilsen's behaviour became increasingly bizarre. He would shout at walls and ask Martyn sinister questions like whether he'd ever thought about bathing in blood. Martyn turned down Nilsen's invitation to move in with him. One day, Martyn visited Nilsen at his new flat in Cranley Gardens, Muswell Hill, where he noticed a foul smell which Nilsen blamed on his dog. On another visit, he was denied entry by a clearly panicked Nilsen, who wouldn't let him through the front door. Shortly after, Nilsen's neighbours complained about noxious odours coming from the drains. When a plumber investigated, he made a horrific discovery: human flesh and bones. The source was identified as Nilsen's flat and he was immediately arrested. Martyn recalls the moment he saw reports on TV that his boyfriend had been arrested for murder, and how he struggled to cope with finding out the details of Nilsen's gruesome crimes, including storing bodies in his flat, having sexual encounters with his dead victims, dismembering them, boiling their flesh and flushing them down the toilet. Martyn also began to realise how close he came to becoming Nilsen's very first victim on the night they met. Now, after decades of torment following his relationship with Nilsen, Martyn works as a counsellor for a mental health charity, using his traumatic experiences to help others.

PopMaster TV (More4)
2x14: Episode 14

Isle of Wight Festival (Sky Arts)
2024x19: Saturday
Highlights from Saturday at the festival, featuring performances by acts including Pet Shop Boys, Keane and Blossoms.

Shed and Buried (Quest)
6x03: Martin
Henry and Fuzz visit Martin in Ipswich. Henry has his eye on a vintage Land Rover and Fuzz finds a miniature scooter, but what will Martin part with?

Queerpiphany (MTV) season premiere
3x01: Episode 1
Make-up guru NikkieTutorials shares how she felt seeing trans representation for the first time on the Dutch version of Big Brother and Doctor Who star Pearl Mackie shares her Queerpiphany.

21.30

Shed and Buried (Quest)
6x04: Roger
Henry and Fuzz explore Roger's garage of buses in Coventry. For former mechanic Fuzz, it's a busman's holiday, for Henry, it's a voyage of discovery.

22.00

BBC News at Ten (BBC One)
2024x127: Episode 127

ITV News at Ten (ITV1)
2024x127: Episode 127

Sky News at 10pm (Sky News)
2024x177: Episode 177

Love Island (ITV2)
11x20: Episode 20
The temperature is rising with every day that passes, but the islanders are wary that things can change in a heartbeat in paradise.

My Glastonbury (BBC Two)
1x02: Coldplay: Our Glastonbury
Ahead of Coldplay's record-breaking fifth headline set, Chris Martin and the rest of the band talk viewers through their 25-year Glastonbury experience. They detail their journey from their debut in the New Bands Tent in 1999, to quickly progressing to the Other Stage the following year, followed by a performance at the Pilton Fete in 2001 which impressed Michael Eavis so much he invited them back to headline Glastonbury in 2002. Since then they have headlined in 2005, 2011 and 2016 and return to top the bill on Saturday night this year. Chris also reveals some of the other artists they have enjoyed along the way such as Pulp in 1995, Badly Drawn Boy in 2000 and Stormzy in 2019.

Storyville (BBC Four)
2024x12: Bad Press
A Storyville documentary that tells the enthralling, edge-of-your-seat story of a defiant journalist's battle for freedom of the press and against state-censored media.

A League of Their Own: Mexican Road Trip (Sky Max)
1x06: Best Of
Highlights of Jamie Redknapp, Mo Gilligan, Jill Scott and Micah Richards' adventure around Mexico, competing in sporting and cultural challenges along the way.

22.30

Newsnight (BBC Two)
2024x122: Episode 122

Press Preview (Sky News)
2024x227: Episode 227

22.40

Match of the Day (BBC One)
2024x78: MOTD: UEFA Euro 2024 Highlights
Alex Scott presents action from the latest action from Germany, featuring England v Slovenia at Cologne Stadium and Denmark v Serbia at Munich Football Arena in Group C, and France v Poland at BVB Stadion Dortmund and Netherlands v Austria at Olympiastadion in Group D. England will have expected to end their group campaign on a high, but were given two tough games by the Slovenians when the teams last met in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. With analysis from Joe Hart and Ellen White.

23.00

Headliners (GB News)
2024x177: Episode 177

BBC News at 11pm (BBC News)
2024x153: Episode 153

23.30

On Assignment (ITV1)
11x06: Episode 6
Lucy Watson reports on environmental efforts ahead of the Paris Olympic Games to make the River Seine safer for swimmers, while Rachel Younger examines Portugal's innovative, community-driven solutions to the threat of wildfires and the new EU taskforce set up to help. Ronke Phillips Pakenham explores West Africa's Adire fabric as it faces new threats from cheap imports, and follows the efforts to preserve this tradition in Nigeria.

00.00

BBC News at Midnight (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

News, Sport, Weather (Sky News)
2024x177: Episode 177

00.45

Sportsday (BBC News)
2024x354: Episode 354

01.00

BBC News at 1am (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

02.00

BBC News at 2am (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

03.00

BBC News at 3am (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177

03.30

Influential with Katty Kay (BBC News) season premiere
2x01: Magic Johnson
Katty visits California to sit down with basketball legend Magic Johnson for a conversation about his life, career and memories of competing in the 1992 Olympics. They also discuss his work as an advocate for HIV/AIDS prevention and his post-basketball career as a billionaire businessman.

04.00

BBC News at 4am (BBC News)
2024x177: Episode 177



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