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What's on Now & Next (2021-01-25)
RTE One
[101]
[HD:135]
07:00TeleshoppingBuying goods from the comfort of home
07:30TeleshoppingBuying goods from the comfort of home
RTE2
[102]
07:15Body BrothersThe Body Brothers are fascinated by the most amazing machine in the universe - the human body. Inventor Auntie B is always on hand to explain its workings
07:30Shaun the SheepShaun discovers a jigsaw puzzle and asks Flock to help him put it together. However, Bitzer reveals the final piece is missing
Virgin Media One
[103]
07:00Ireland AMMagazine programme featuring health, safety and education reports, entertainment news and interviews with personalities making the headlines
10:00This MorningA mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions
TG4
[104]
07:25SeĆ³ LunaLuna, Jupiter and Clyde are in Grandpa's shop building a little metal car. However, while playing, they accidentally get a magnet stuck to the car. They then decide to investigate just how magnets work
07:37Dinosaur TrainMrs Pteranodon arranges a camp-out for mother-dinosaurs and their kids
Virgin Media Two
[105]
00:00Emmerdale
08:30The Chase AustraliaAndrew O'Keefe presents the Down Under version of the quiz show in which four people must work together to beat the Chaser and win a cash prize
Virgin Media Three
[106]
07:20TeletubbiesThe team counts to four - four Teletubbies, four flowers, four pieces of Tubby Toast. In Tummy Tales, two sisters help Dad put up a number four on the front door of their house
07:30Fireman SamNorman and Dusty go in search of a Christmas tree for the town, but end up caught in an avalanche
BBC One
[108]
23:15Katie Price: Harvey and MeModel and businesswoman Katie Price's son Harvey was born with a rare disorder that affects brain function, hormones and vision, and he has a long list of medical and behavioural conditions that mean his future is unpredictable. This documentary follows Katie and Harvey as he turns 18, with the pair exploring the options of further education colleges and meeting other families that contain disabled young adults
09:15Morning LiveKym Marsh and Gethin Jones return with the weekday magazine show featuring a mixture of topical chat and expert advice
BBC Two
[109]
[HD:140]
07:15Antiques RoadshowFiona Bruce and the team are in Christchurch Park in Ipswich, where items assessed include an heirloom Rolex, memorabilia related to Donald Campbell's land-speed record and a necklace worth half a million pounds. There is also a rare Roman relic dug up in the garden and a pocket watch with a hidden secret
08:15The Week in ParliamentA round-up of the week's proceedings in Parliament
Channel 4
[111]
[HD:142]
07:10CheersCliff's mother visits and swiftly takes a shine to Woody, while Sam and the regulars have a disagreement with a gang of builders working outside the bar. Comedy, starring Woody Harrelson and John Ratzenberger
07:35CheersThe closure of Norm's favourite restaurant, the Hungry Heifer, sends him into a tailspin. He mounts an all-out campaign to keep it going, while Rebecca frets about seeing Robin working in a road gang. Comedy, starring Ted Danson, George Wendt and Kirstie Alley
E4
[112]
[HD:162]
07:00Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USAThe chef heads to floundering soul food restaurant Blackberry's in Plainfield, New Jersey, but struggles to get his message across to indomitable owner Shelley. Her refusal to deal with the truth comes to a head when Gordon finds a dead mouse in the doorway, prompting him to step up his efforts to change her ways
08:00Junior Bake OffIt's Pastry Day for the second heat of bakers and their last chance to win a place in Finals Week. Ravneet's Technical Challenge takes his audience to Spain where a classic snack is given a Junior Bake Off twist. Then the bakers are tasked with creating a Showstopper in the form of a savoury pie for a celebration, using imagination and technique to create truly unique pastry decorations. However, only one contender can will be awarded star baker and one other must leave the tent. Harry Hill hosts, alongside judges Liam Charles and Ravneet Gill
Sky One
[114]
[HD:143]
07:00Animal HouseDocumentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. From an injured penguin in need of first aid, to a litter of kittens trapped inside a wall, these compassionate professionals are committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of animals in distress
07:30Animal HouseDocumentary series shining a spotlight on the staff at SPCA Auckland, who dedicate their days to the care and protection of the region's animals. From an injured penguin in need of first aid, to a litter of kittens trapped inside a wall, these compassionate professionals are committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of animals in distress
Sky Two
[115]
07:00Psychic Sally: On the RoadSally Morgan's psychic stage show heads to St Albans and Llandudno
08:00Four WeddingsA bride pits her Halloween-themed celebration against an extravagant Hollywood-style wedding, a big-budget day that combines a couple's Turkish and Greek heritage, and a flamboyant bridegroom's nuptials, which include an appearance by a drag queen
Virgin Media Sport
[400]
[HD:430]
07:00UEFA Champions League WeeklyA review of the latest matches in Europe's premier club competition, plus a look ahead to forthcoming fixtures
07:30OTBAM LiveOff The Ball's sports breakfast show, every weekday morning bringing news, reaction and analysis along with feature interviews
BBC Four
[117]
00:30Top of the PopsA compilation of classic Kylie Minogue performances from the Top of the Pops studio
19:00The Diary of Anne FrankThe families get used to their incarceration and adapt to the strict rules of daily quiet by which they must live. Anne finds Mrs van Daan increasingly hard to bear and another Jewish man, Mr Dussel, joins them in hiding and becomes the butt of all the teenager's jokes and frustrations
More4
[118]
[HD:168]
23:0524 Hours in A&EA 21-year-old woman on her first trip to London from Northern Ireland appears to be experiencing kidney failure, and medics fear she could be at risk of a cardiac arrest. A man in a critical condition after falling 20ft from a balcony is brought in by helicopter, and a 34-year-old who fell off her platform shoes while dancing is treated for a deep gash on her forehead
08:55Food UnwrappedJimmy Doherty visits Mauritius to find out what the difference is between white and dark rum, and learns the explosive origins of the term proof