TV Listings

What's on Now & Next (2022-06-24)
04:20EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
06:00EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
02:00EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
06:00EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
Virgin Media One
02:15Love Island CompilationsIain Stirling presents the definitive guide to the most memorable showdowns in Love Island history, as he takes a look back at the moments when temperatures reached boiling point
06:15The Six O'Clock ShowChat show, featuring celebrity interviews, food from leading chefs and guidance on a wide range of topics, from consumer affairs to the latest trends, with viewers invited to contribute with pictures, comments, stories and gossip
02:30France 24International news channel, presented live from Paris
07:00CĂșla 4Fun for kids, featuring a selection of classic and modern cartoons
Virgin Media Two
00:40Love IslandThe latest events from the villa as the singles get on with their daily routine of dating, flirting and dumping. Presented by Laura Whitmore
07:30Benidorm ERAfter slipping on a wet floor and breaking his arm, Wigan taxi driver Mick Atherton has to undergo surgery involving the insertion of plates and screws, but is desperate to get back to his lads' holiday as quickly as possible. Blackpool factory worker Gary Jacobs has a huge gash on his head after a collision in the swimming pool, and the first-aider does not hesitate to tell Dr Benjamin Berdion what treatment he needs. A suspicious-looking mole prompts 77-year-old Harry Ferguson to visit Dr Ismael Torres at Centro Medico, worried that his skin cancer has returned
Virgin Media Three
01:10This MorningDaily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat, showbusiness news, lifestyle features, topical discussion, health and beauty advice and more
07:20Heathrow: Britain's Busiest AirportAn inbound passenger has an entourage of armed police officers waiting for him, while a propeller plane arrives from the Isle of Man. Demi plunges into his favourite role of `passenger saviour" when 12 young divers are struggling to make their championship flight. Narrated by Julie Walters
01:45BBC News
06:00BreakfastA round-up of national and international news, plus current affairs, arts and entertainment, and weather
03:30My Unique B&BSimon and the team tackle a traditional 'Cob' house built from mud in an Oxfordshire back garden for a school project and turn into a unusual B&B
06:15Homes Under the HammerA tale of three mid-terraces finds Martel Maxwell in Nantwich, Cheshire, where an experienced development duo tackle a project. Martin Roberts is in Ironville just outside Nottingham to see a historic house in need of a refresh. Tommy Walsh is in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, where a young developer is taking charge for the first time under his father's supervision
Channel 4
04:50Location, Location, LocationPhil Spencer catches up with three house-hunters with two very different needs, but one shared goal. In 2018, schoolteacher Katy, her comedian husband Charlie, baby daughter Lola, and pet pooch Harper were on the hunt for their first family home in Brighton. Having moved in with Katy's mum to save for a deposit, they had not only grown used to home comforts, but also the vibrant village atmosphere of pricey Fiveways - an area where their property dreams didn't match their budget. With Phil's help they widened the net, viewing four fantastic finds in and around Brighton. Two years later, Phil's back to see whether life on the coast has been plain sailing. And in 2019, Kirstie was scouring east London with `granny on the go" Janet. Having been diagnosed with a degenerative back condition, Janet was desperate to ditch her lift-less, third storey flat in exchange for a ground-floor forever home. The tricky east London property market was proving tough to navigate though, and Kirstie soon found out about Janet's hidden desire for a project. One year on, Phil's eager to see if she got her wish
06:00CountdownAnne Robinson hosts the words-and-numbers game, with Tanni Grey-Thompson joining Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
05:10The GoldbergsMurray's furniture shop faces competition from a rival with an attention-grabbing advertising campaign, so Adam offers to make his father a television commercial starring Marvin. When Barry's attempts to court a girl at school end in failure, Beverly steps in with some advice that works a little too well
06:00HollyoaksWarren is left feeling hurt by some brutal truths and decides to make a shocking revelation. Meanwhile, tension builds between Saul and Grace
BBC Four
02:40Robert Plant: By MyselfThe singer discusses his varied life and musical career, including his upbringing in the West Midlands town of Stourbridge, his rise to stardom as the singer of influential rock band Led Zeppelin and his solo projects. The programme also reflects on his collaboration with country singer Alison Krauss, with whom he made the Grammy-winning album Raising Sand, and his reunion with virtuoso guitarist Jimmy Page
19:00Cricket: Today at the TestEngland v New Zealand. Highlights of day two of the series-concluding Third Test, held at Headingley. A second-innings knock of 120 by BJ Watling helped New Zealand to win by 199 runs when the sides last met here in this format in 2015
03:20Food UnwrappedA selection of favourite investigations, including Jimmy Doherty visiting Spain to find out how much orange goes into squash. Matt Tebbutt tries to solve the age-old mystery of how to get ketchup out of the bottle smoothly, while Kate Quilton checks Marmite's TV advert claims that a DNA test can predict whether people are more likely to love it or hate it
08:55Kirstie's House of CraftHow to make a tin-can dog and turn the humble loo roll into a host of fun and friendly animals