TV Listings

What's on Now & Next (2023-06-08)
02:15Telly BingoLottery game show, presented by Declan Buckley
02:30DoctorsA new doctor ruffles feathers on their first day at the Mill. Kirsty prepares to face her new life - but she may not be ready. Sid worries about a young boy and his older brother
02:20EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
06:00EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
Virgin Media One
01:00Element of DoubtA schoolteacher endures an unhappy marriage with her husband, an ambitious businessman. Frustrated by his lack of commitment, she begins to see why her family and friends distrust him, wondering whether her charismatic other half is involved in a monstrous deceit, or whether her suspicions are rooted in hysteria. Thriller, starring Nigel Havers and Polly Adams
02:00Nuacht TG4The day's main news stories from a regional, national and international perspective
02:30Ros na RúnMalachaí is convinced that Cóilí Jackie's poitín was to blame for his collapse and is intent on making him pay for it. Keen to get her job back, Caitríona does all she can to impress Micheál. Diana, wanting to steer O'Shea from investigating Frankie, plants some damning evidence in Mack's bedroom
Virgin Media Two
01:05Love Island South AfricaRelationship-based reality show in which singletons seeking a romance compete in the hope of finding love
07:00The Kelly Clarkson ShowDaytime talk show, featuring famous guests and a `Kellyoke" cover from the host
Virgin Media Three
01:55VictoriaThe queen is horrified by news of famine sweeping Ireland, and tries to persuade the government to take action. However, Peel is reluctant to get involved, fearing that sending aid will destabilise his own party. The crisis soon strikes at the heart of the royal household, while a determined Reverend turns up on Victoria's doorstep, demanding help for his parish. Martin Compston (Line of Duty) guest stars
06:45Cash TrappedQuiz hosted by Bradley Walsh in which six contestants battle it out across a series of fast-paced question rounds where the players must actively try to sabotage their opponents by beating them to the buzzer and trapping them out of the game. In the final round, the person who has earned the most cash will go head to head against the rest of the group to try to take their winnings home
00:50BBC News
06:00BreakfastA round-up of national and international news, plus sports reports, weather forecasts and arts and entertainment features
02:00SpringwatchChris Packham and Michaela Strachan present further reports from RSPB Arne in Dorset, where Chris gets into the finer detail of some of the nests on site. Michaela heads out in search of all six of Britain's native reptile species, and Gillian Burke goes in search of Snowdonia's bats
03:00MasterChefImaginations run wild in this semi-final as the contestants' latest brief is to cook a dish both `theatrical and fantastical" in nature. The hopefuls need to create a dish that pushes boundaries, playing with both mind and senses. Later, judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace have to determine who warrants contesting Finals Week
Channel 4
02:20Grand Designs: The StreetsTom and Lori from London decide to leave the city and build a home at Graven Hill in Oxfordshire to give them a taste of the countryside and allow them to embark on an architectural adventure. They plan to build as much as they can themselves while leaving the groundworks and frame to the professionals but before they can begin they discover the groundworks are out of alignment with the frame
03:10Ramsay's Hotel HellGordon Ramsay visits Starkville, Mississippi, to try to rescue the failing Hotel Chester. Despite having more than 40 years' experience in the business, owner David Mollendor is at a loss as to how to make his dream of owning his own hotel work, while his wife Sukie is struggling as its chef, tackling the role without any formal catering experience. Gordon discovers a family tragedy that explains why this couple have become trapped in their business and wrestling with debt
02:15Naked AttractionA romp through the Naked Attraction archive, celebrating the celibate and the pickers who entered the studio with their virginity very much intact. The show also catches up with memorable beginners, including London dancer Raheem, who wanted a man for the dance floor and the bedroom, and Essex artist Bethany, who wanted to pop her lesbian cherry
03:05Below Deck Sailing YachtDeckhand Jean-Luc tries to bounce back after temporarily losing two charter guests, but his inability to sleep in his undersized bunk interferes with his work and his attitude
BBC Four
02:10A House Through TimeDavid Olusoga traces the lives of 10 Guinea Street's occupants through the Second World War to the present day, discovering stories of love, loss and renewal. In the run-up to the war, the house is occupied by the younger generation of the Wallingtons, the long-term owners of number 10, who move back to the house after several years living in the rural Somerset. The Wallingtons are letting rooms to lodgers when war is declared in 1939, and would have sheltered in their cellar as German bombs rained down on Bristol. Over the 10 months of the Bristol Blitz, the ancient city is devastated and 3,000 houses destroyed. Number 10 itself is almost among them, as a bomb falls directly on Guinea Street, only missing the house by a whisker
19:00Coastal PathPaul Rose continues his journey by exploring the soft and rolling coastline of south Devon, taking a snorkelling trip around Burgh Island and hitching a ride on the Dartmouth to Paignton steam train
02:1524 Hours in A&EThis edition features stories of human compassion and kindness in the most challenging circumstances. Allen, 82, has injured his chest after a dizzy spell caused him to fall down 13 steps. As son Graham waits nervously for doctors to assess Allen's injuries, Graham describes his dad's strength and resilience in carrying the family through dark times, and how precious the bond between father and son can be
03:20A Place in the SunAngela and Steve from Leicestershire have been to Lanzarote on holiday more than 100 times, and now they want to realise their long-held dream of owning a holiday home in the Playa Blanca area, which Angela hopes that they can move to permanently once Steve retires. Jasmine Harman shows them five properties within their budget of £225,000