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06.00

Breakfast (BBC One)
2023x36: 05/02/2023

Supertato (BBC iPlayer)
1x27: Wishing Tree
Evil Pea blows all the lanterns away during the Lantern Festival. Supertato struggles to get them all back and needs Broccoli's help to save the day.

07.45

Newsround (CBBC)
2023x34: 05/02/2023

09.00

Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg (BBC One)
2023x05: 05/02/2023

09.25

ITV News Weekend (ITV1)
2023x38: 05/02/2023

09.30

Saturday Kitchen Best Bites (BBC Two)
2023x06: 05/02/2023
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.

Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh (ITV1)
5x06: Mark Benton, Monica Dolan, Camilla Bassett Smith
Alan is joined by Mark Benton and Monica Dolan, who talk about their latest acting projects, and there is a demonstration of the art of hoof-trimming. Camilla Bassett Smith opens up her February diary, and there is a look at the spirit trends for 2023 in today's Best of British.

10.00

Sunday Politics Northern Ireland (BBC One Northern Ireland)
2023x04: 05/02/2023

The Sunday Show (BBC One Scotland)
3x17: Episode 17

Politics Wales (BBC One Wales)
2023x04: 05/02/2023

10.30

Sunday Morning Live (BBC One)
13x17: Episode 17

13.00

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x31: 05/02/2023

13.15

Songs of Praise (BBC One)
2023x06: Hidden Gems
Aled Jones uncovers hidden gem churches in London with historian and tour guide Joanna Bogle. Starting in Holborn, Aled, along with a small group, is guided down the narrow pathways of the City of London to Fleet Street to hear the fascinating link between the church and journalism. We discover how one church became known as 'the Jerusalem of London', and another, a memorial for the RAF, resonates with tour guide Joanna as she shares the story of her uncle, a pilot who lost his life in the Second World War. Laura Wright visits a recording studio inside the walls of a beautiful church in Mayfair, where daily meditations are recorded and broadcast to over 100,000 people worldwide. Laura also learns how an app has been designed for busy commuters to help fit in time for prayer and reflection on the Gospels. One Grade II listed chapel hidden in the heart of a new property complex in Chelsea is home to an exhibition space for the Prince's Foundation, which offers students the opportunity to study the ancient art of iconography. Irina Bradley, a tutor in traditional arts, explains the symbolism of icons and that she believes God healed her cancer after she prayed before an icon of Mary.

14.05

ITV News Weekend (ITV1)
2023x39: 05/02/2023

14.15

Six Nations Championship (ITV1)
2023x02: Italy v France
Italy v France (Kick-off 3.00pm). Jill Douglas presents coverage of the final match in the opening round of fixtures, held at Stadio Olimpico in Rome. France recorded a 37-10 home win over the Italians in their first match of last year's championship and went on to win the Grand Slam. Italy finished bottom of the table once again, but they did end the campaign on a high when they prevailed 22-21 in Wales for their first Six Nations victory since 2015. With analysis from Brian O'Driscoll, Maggie Alphonsi and Benjamin Kayser, commentary by Miles Harrison, Ben Kay and Nolli Waterman, and reports from Gabriel Clarke.

17.15

Ski Sunday (BBC Two)
45x05: 05/02/2023
Ski Sunday comes from Chamonix to bring you the men's slalom, featuring Britain's Dave Ryding. This race is far more than a warm-up for the World Championships, as the best technical skiers on the World Cup circuit do battle for the prestigious Kandahar title.

17.35

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x32: 05/02/2023

18.00

Six Nations Rugby (BBC One)
2023x02: First Weekend Special
Ugo Monye introduces highlights from the opening weekend of the Six Nations, featuring the Calcutta Cup clash between old rivals England and Scotland. Studio guests are former Scotland captain John Barclay and Sam Warburton. England have lost their last two games against the Scots and will be desperate to avoid an unwanted hat-trick of defeats in their first match under new coach Steve Borthwick. Wales will also be hoping for a winning start following the reappointment of Warren Gatland, who won three Grand Slams between 2007 and 2019. However, his team face a tough task against an Ireland side that beat New Zealand, South Africa and Australia last year, surging to the top of the international rankings. Meanwhile, last year's Grand Slam winners France take on Italy in Rome.

Countryfile (BBC One)
35x06: Underground Britain
Sean Fletcher is in Cornwall, but he's not here to explore its fabulous 300-mile coastline. Instead, he will be going underground to unearth the legacy of the county's renowned tin and copper mining industries. Sean encounters an endangered mammal that has set up home in disused mine shafts at Prideaux Wood, and at Penwith we delve underground to discover the history and geology of a 500-year-old tin mine that contains some of the deepest seams in the country. Meanwhile, Adam Henson is in search of a super fertiliser hidden deep under the North York Moors, and Tom Heap finds out if mining Cornish lithium could herald a new gold rush.

The Andrew Neil Show (Channel 4)
3x02: Episode 2

ITV News Weekend (ITV1)
2023x40: 05/02/2023

18.25

Dancing on Ice (ITV1)
15x04: Episode 4
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby host as the eight remaining celebrities and their professional partners perform again, hoping to avoid the dreaded skate-off. Judges Oti Mabuse, Ashley Banjo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean give their verdicts.

19.00

The Seven (BBC Scotland)
2023x18: 05/02/2023

19.15

Sportscene Premiership Highlights (BBC Scotland)
2023x42: Highlights: St Johnstone v Celtic
Amy Irons presents extended highlights of St Johnstone v Celtic, plus a look back at Saturday's matches.

19.45

The Great Pottery Throw Down (Channel 4)
6x05: Episode 5
The remaining potters head for the roof to create gargoyles and chimney pots for an expert guest judge. Who will be named potter of the week and who'll be cast out of the pottery?

20.00

Call the Midwife (BBC One)
12x06: Episode 6
Trixie supports an underage mother through a difficult time, Monica Joan welcomes an unusual guest to Nonnatus House, and Sister Veronica spearheads a new council initiative.

22 Kids and Counting (Channel 5)
3x05: Episode 5
When teenager Josh starts to go off the rails, Noel and Sue decide to take the family on an adventure trip to the Ardeche Gorge in France to help get him back on track.

21.00

Deadline Day: Football's Transfer Window (Sky Documentaries)
1x04: Episode 4
With the transfer window about to slam shut, the clock is ticking for Napoli's Fabián Ruiz. Meanwhile Saša Kalajdžic's agent heads to Wolves.

Happy Valley (BBC One)
3x06: Episode 6
Scores are settled for good on Catherine's final shift, and Ryan faces a moral dilemma.

The Warship: Tour of Duty (BBC Two)
1x03: The Enemy Within
Following a welcome break in Cyprus, HMS Queen Elizabeth heads back to sea. But after passing through the Suez Canal, it's discovered that one sailor has contracted Covid. By the time the ship enters the Indian Ocean, Covid is spreading almost out of control, with 400 sailors in isolation. With almost a third of the ship's labour force out of commission, command has to find ways of keeping the aircraft carrier operational, or the deployment could be seriously compromised or even abandoned. Most departments are forced to increase the length of their work shifts from eight to twelve hours, and tensions rise across the warship.

Love Island (ITV2)
9x18: Episode 18

21.30

Life on the Bay (BBC Scotland)
2x05: Episode 5
Across Scotland, the hospitality industry is struggling to find staff, and the caravan park owners are no different. The Wallace family consider a fresh approach to keeping staff, while food and beverage manager Janet is offered a new role at the park. It's wedding season at the hotel, and the team need to pull out all the stops to make sure Jacqueline and Claire's big day runs smoothly. Meanwhile, an impromptu visit to the site leads to a new holiday home for Georgia.

22.00

The Women's Football Show (BBC Red Button 1)
2023x12: 05/02/2023
Highlights from the Barclays Women's Super League as Chelsea visit Tottenham, West Ham host Arsenal and Manchester City travel to Leicester. The other fixtures are Aston Villa v Brighton, Manchester United v Everton and Liverpool v Reading.

Love Island: Aftersun (ITV2)
7x03: Episode 3
Maya Jama presents a weekly dose of news and exclusives, behind-the-scenes action, and the very first interviews with the latest Islanders to be dumped from the villa. Plus, guest Chunkz joins regulars Sam Thompson and Indiyah Polack.

ITV News Weekend (ITV1)
2023x41: 05/02/2023

22.10

BBC Weekend News (BBC One)
2023x33: 05/02/2023

22.40

Match of the Day 2 (BBC One)
2022x17: 05/02/2023
Mark Chapman introduces highlights of the day's two Premier League games, with Tottenham hosting Manchester City and Nottingham Forest taking on Leeds.

23.00

Seven Days (BBC Scotland)
2023x05: 05/02/2023

01.00

Weather for the Week Ahead (BBC One)
2023x36: 06/02/2023



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