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06.00

I Kissed a Boy (BBC iPlayer)
1x07: Episode 7
After six boys reveal their decision at the Kiss-Off, things take an unexpected turn when one boy makes his move. The tension builds yet further when a new boy has to decide what's more important: friendship or romance? After the Kiss-Off, the couples start to imagine their connection beyond their time in Italy, and for one pairing it's a question of long distances back home – will they make the effort to keep their relationship going? Around the pool, the group open up to each other about the importance of self-acceptance. And as they celebrate how come they've come, Dannii enters the Masseria with big news… The summer of love is coming to an end, and all the boys must consider whether their relationship can last in the real world. Dannii asks the couples to focus on the boys around them… and decide which couple they think is least likely to make it. The boys must think carefully, because the couple with the most votes will be leaving the Masseria.

I Kissed a Boy (BBC iPlayer)
1x08: Episode 8
This is it. The summer of love is coming to an end. But first, the couples face a difficult decision. Which relationship do they think is least likely to make it in the real world? Emotions run high as the couples reveal their answers – and the couple with the most votes is sent home. After a tough day, it's a relief when Matteo waltzes into the Masseria bearing good news. He reveals Dannii is throwing the boys a party where they must all dress up as their favourite queer icon. Hair, lips, nails, fits - it's time to work the red carpet, boys! The next day, Dannii swoops into the Masseria for one final surprise. Tomorrow, the boys will face the final Kiss-Off, where they must decide if they want to commit and take their relationship into the real world back home. To help them make their decision, the boys' loved ones are arriving later today. It's time to meet the parents and besties! With a series of emotional reunions, the boys see a new side to their partner through their loved ones. For some, it's the first time they've ever introduced a boy to the people they love most. The next day, it's decision time. The boys dress up in their Sunday best for the final Kiss-Off – in front of their friends and family. The stakes are higher than ever. Who is ready to commit to their partner with a kiss, and who is having doubts? Get ready for the most extra Kiss-Off yet. After a series of heart-pounding reveals, Dannii gathers the group for the moment she's been waiting for all day. It's time to put the needle on it and party!

Breakfast (BBC One)
2023x155: 04/06/2023

09.00

Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg (BBC One)
2023x21: 04/06/2023

13.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x132: 04/06/2023

13.15

Songs of Praise (BBC One)
2023x23: The Angel of the North
The Rev Canon Kate Bottley is at the Angel of the North for its 25th anniversary to discover the inspirational power of this spectacular sculpture. We meet the artist who designed the piece, Sir Antony Gormley, to hear about his process and intent for the project. The former Bishop of Jarrow tells Kate how the Angel offered a place of prayer and worship and shares his belief in the hope that angelic figures can offer. Before joining a local family on an angel adventure, Kate finds out about the original Angel of the North, Sister Winifred Laver, who dedicated her life to helping others.

13.50

Points of View (BBC One)
2023x06: Episode 6

17.35

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x133: 04/06/2023

18.00

Countryfile (BBC One)
35x23: Lower Hampen Farm
Charlotte Smith and Matt Baker are at Lower Hampen Farm in the Cotswolds to meet Lydia and Clive Handy, who have turned back the clock to adopt a more traditional approach to farming. Matt weaves a yarn, using wool from the farm's rare breed sheep, whilst Charlotte lifts the lid on soil microbiology and how it could impact the way we grow our food in the future. Adam looks at how the discovery of a major food fraud has impacted an already beleaguered British pig industry, and Tom investigates how food price inflation could impact the nation's health.

18.30

Sitting on a Fortune (ITV1)
2x02: Episode 2
Stuart, Kate, Jaimi, Mark, Durelle and Amun all step up to play for a massive £100,000 prize - correct answers keep players in the money chair, but a wrong answer means they move to the back of the line and risk going home with nothing.

Formula 1 (Channel 4)
2023x14: F1 Spanish Grand Prix Highlights

19.00

Spy in the Ocean (BBC One) series premiere
1x01: Deep Thinkers
In this first episode, we see the spies search for intelligent life and mind-boggling ways of thinking. The largest and most ambitious spy creature ever built has a close encounter with the owners of the largest brains on the planet: sperm whales. Spy whale is the same size as a newborn whale calf and can swim and dive like the real thing. In Thailand, spy macaque swims with freediving monkeys and captures behaviour that has never been seen before: macaques catching fish with their bare hands. In Japan, spy puffer fish encounters an artistic genius, a male Japanese puffer fish that crafts exquisite sand sculptures to woo a mate. Spy puffer becomes the artist's assistant as it finds shells to help it complete its masterpiece. In the Caribbean, spy hermit crab loses its camera shell to a real hermit crab during a house swap. The thief becomes an unwitting camera operator and gains a crab's-eye view as the crabs line up to exchange shells in order of size. Also in the Caribbean, spy pig joins a colony of wild pigs as they cleverly take to the ocean to find food. From fish that use teamwork to solve problems, to a rare social gatherings of whales in deep conversation, this action-packed first episode gains startling new insights with feats of intelligence surprisingly similar to our own.

19.30

Britain's Got Talent (ITV1)
16x14: Final
After five nights of awe-inspiring live performances in the semi-finals, Britain's Got Talent series 16 draws to a close this evening as our finalists go head-to-head in one last bid to be crowned champion of Britain's Got Talent 2023. Ant and Dec return to host the grand finale, whilst Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli form the judging panel. Taking to stage are the acts who secured the judges' and public votes across the semi-finals. For the final, the public vote alone determines the outcome of the night, where the chosen favourite will be named the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2023. As always, the victor will also be leaving the competition with the life-changing £250,000 cash prize and that coveted place at The Royal Variety Performance.

20.00

Happy Campers: The Caravan Park (Channel 5)
4x03: Episode 3
With summer in swing, food manager Steve launches a new menu at Tencreek. But when he's called away, the kitchen is left short-handed and complaints begin to stack up.

Antiques Roadshow (BBC One)
45x15: Clissold Park, Stoke Newington 2
The roadshow is at Clissold Park in Stoke Newington in the London Borough of Hackney, where treasures include a racing helmet worn by Lewis Hamilton, Scandinavian jewellery and memorabilia from the film, Blade Runner. Marc Allum hears the inspiring story of Brafa, the British Reggae Artists Famine Appeal, a fundraising response to Live Aid in 1985, while Will Farmer inspects a perspex mermaid sculpture by Arthur Fleischmann. Jon Baddeley admires a collection of 60s psychedelic rock music posters, while Siobhan Tyrrell surprises the owner of a pair of medals when she reveals they're worth more because they're made of plastic. Hilary Kay is thrilled to see a racing helmet worn by Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton and hears about one man's memorable race day experience, while Jon Baddeley appraises a remarkable collection of film props and memorabilia from the cult science fiction classic, Blade Runner. Raj Bisram examines a one-of-a-kind Dunhill table lighter, and there's stunning diamond jewellery for Susan Rumfitt to take a closer look at. Fiona Bruce pays a visit to nearby Abney Park cemetery and finds out about some surprising pioneers who are buried there, such as Margaret Graham – the first British woman to make a solo balloon flight.

Inside Classical (BBC Four)
1x08: The Lark Ascending
Vaughan Williams' pastoral masterpiece is stunningly performed by the BBC Philharmonic and soloist Zoë Beyers, alongside works by Elgar and Wagner.

21.00

Rich House, Poor House (Channel 5)
9x03: Episode 3
Families from opposite ends of the wealth and class divide swap homes, budgets and social status for seven days to discover how the other half live.

Paramedics on Scene (BBC Scotland)
4x05: Episode 5
Paramedics are called to the shore of Banton Loch in North Lanarkshire, where a man has fallen onto rocky ground. And a crew revive a man in Hawick who has overdosed on drugs.

60 Days on the Estates (Channel 4)
1x02: Episode 2

Isle of Man TT (ITV4)
2023x07: Highlights Programme 2-Sidecar Race 1
Action from the opening sidecar race, as the riders took on the mountain course in the three-wheeled vehicles, with Ben and Tom Birchall looking to continue their unbeaten run.

22.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x134: 04/06/2023

00.35

Weather for the Week Ahead (BBC One)
2023x154: 05/06/2023



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