TV Listings

What's on Now & Next (2023-11-29)
05:25Cheap Irish HomesMaggie Molloy explores more of Ireland's most reasonably priced homes, joined by building engineer Kieran McCarthy, who advises house hunters about the condition of the properties. They begin by heading to Co Cork to help South African natives Erin and Louis, who have fallen in love with Ireland and want to find a place that they can call their own
05:55EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
01:55EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
06:00EuroNewsEuropean and international headlines live via satellite
Virgin Media One
06:15The Six O'Clock ShowA lively mix of celebrity chat with national and international guests, fabulous food from the country's top Chefs, expert advice and all the unmissable stories making the headlines
05:30France 24International news channel, presented live from Paris
06:00CĂșla 4Fun for kids, featuring a selection of classic and modern cartoons
Virgin Media Two
01:00Love IslandMore action from week five of the contest which sees single people living like celebrities in the villa, all under the watchful gaze of viewers. Maya Jama presents
06:45Born to Be WildFormer wildlife assistant April has been newly promoted to the Head of the Large Mammals section and helps hand-rear an orphaned fox cub, while in the seal unit Kaniz needs the help of specialist vet Romain to operate on a grey seal with a swollen flipper
Virgin Media Three
00:45The Christmas HopeSocial worker Patricia Addison copes with a traumatic event in the past by throwing herself into her job, putting her marriage in jeopardy. However, when a nine-year-old girl is left with nowhere to go after her mother dies, Patricia takes her in, and the child helps the family to come to terms with its problems. Drama, with Madeleine Stowe, James Remar and Tori Barban
07:10Pressure PadGeneral knowledge quiz, hosted by John Barrowman, in which two teams of five players are pitted against each other inside an illuminated arena, known as the Pressure Pad. The team with the most players remaining for the final round will put itself in the strongest position to win the rolling jackpot on offer
01:40BBC NewsA round-up of the latest headlines
06:00BreakfastA round-up of national and international news, plus current affairs, arts and entertainment, and weather
04:35Garden RescueCharlie Dimmock and Lee Burkhill come up with plans to transform an overgrown garden in Southampton into a tropical paradise perfect for friends and family to relax in
06:30Antiques Road TripDavid Harper and Hettie Jago visit the city of Glasgow on their search for antiques to sell at auction. Hettie finds an enamel necklace, vintage pens and a Japanese censor while David trusts his instincts, buying a pair of Victorian portraits and repairing a much-damaged majolica wine holder
Channel 4
05:20Strangers on a PlaneBlackburn chemistry teacher and self-confessed culture-vulture Shabaz leads his rivals on a tour of Porto's historical sights, before a performance of fado - melancholy Portuguese music that looks set to give the others the blues
06:05CountdownColin Murray and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against words and numbers. The Rev Richard Coles is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent
05:10Black-ishPops and Ruby announce they are moving out to travel around the US in their RV, while Bow realizes she is beginning perimenopause, leading Dre to enlist her mother's help
06:00HollyoaksThings get worse for Sienna when her dreams continue to fall apart. A relationship could be coming to an end when someone realises that they want different things to their partner. And a homophobic hate crime leaves one resident having to make a hard decision
BBC Four
02:20Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and TimeBrian explores the enigma of time, a phenomenon that is taken for granted but which, as far as physicists are concerned, is one of the biggest mysteries in the universe. He recalls highlights from his TV series that touch upon different sides of this physics conundrum, from breaking the sound barrier in a Eurofighter in order to see two sunsets in one day, to witnessing one of the oldest animal life cycles on Earth on a remote beach in Costa Rica
19:00Great British Railway JourneysMichael Portillo visits Cornwall's county town, Truro, heading to the historic estate of Trewithen, whose gardens were stocked from China by professional plant hunters commissioned by its owner. The Atlantic Coast branch line carries Michael north to Newquay, where he discovers a pioneering surfer and braves the waves on a belly board. In the nearby village of St Mawgan, Michael is introduced to the ancient Cornish sport of `wrassling", which surged in popularity between the wars as part of a Cornish Celtic revival
03:20A Place in the SunDavid and Megan Penny from Gloucestershire search for a holiday home in the Axarquia area of southern Spain, where they can enjoy a laid-back lifestyle with their dog. Property expert Laura Hamilton helps them in their endeavours
08:55Kirstie's House of CraftReality TV star Sam Thompson and TV personality Debbie McGee test their craft skills with pretty marbled clay napkin rings