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08:55
Kirstie's House of Craft
Rav Wilding and Angellica Bell make stylish braided coasters
Presenters Rav Wilding and Angellica Bell make stylish braided coasters, and presenter Amanda Lamb faces actress Debra Stephenson in the timed challenge, where they have 30 minutes to create personalised embossed greeting cards
09:15
A Place in the Sun
A couple search for a property on Florida's gulf coast
Florida's Gulf Coast is Sue Hyde and Ray Covelly's number one holiday destination, and now that they're engaged, it's where they want to buy their very first property and continue to enjoy everything the sunshine state has to offer. Scarlette Douglas shows them five attractive properties for their budget of £185,000
10:05
A Place in the Sun
A Jersey couple looking for a home in Fuerteventura
After falling in love with Fuerteventura's breathtaking scenery eight years earlier, Mandy and Peter have dreamt of swapping their island life in Jersey for the warmer climate of the Canaries. Armed with a budget of £127,000 Jasmine Harman shows them five properties on their budget of £127,000, hoping one will tick all their boxes
11:05
Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Henry Cole discovers a rare motorbike
12:05
Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien head to Northamptonshire
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien head to Northamptonshire in search of more upcycling prospects. Simon finds some night vision goggles and an antique snooker table that's seen better days, while Henry chooses an enormous US army truck as one of his picks
13:05
Heir Hunters
An unclaimed estate worth £11,000
The probate detectives search for the beneficiaries to an unclaimed estate worth £11,000, but they have their work cut out as the deceased has one of the most popular Welsh surnames - Jones. Plus, the hunt for the relatives of a Cheshire man reveals a family connection to the golden age of British coach travel
14:10
Four in a Bed
The competition begins at Grange Farm Park in Maltby le Marsh, Lincolnshire
The competition begins at Grange Farm Park in Maltby le Marsh, Lincolnshire, which is run by mum and daughter team Ann Graves and Rebecca O'Brien. Guests Emily and Warren marvel at their luxury room, while father and son Bis and Deep can't wait to dive into their hot tub. But Marilyn and Neil are concerned that their bathroom might be a bit cramped. After a day out feeding baby seals at a local seal sanctuary, the B&Bers congregate at the on-site restaurant for dinner, where Marilyn isn't pleased to find out that she and Neil are the only guests without a hot tub
14:40
Four in a Bed
From Edgecliff Boutique B&B in Birchington-on-Sea, Kent
Marilyn and Neil Tuson host the second night of the week at Edgecliff Boutique B&B in Birchington-on-Sea, Kent - hoping the breathtaking views will give them the edge they need. Guests Emily and Warren are big fans of their room's sea views, but Bis and Deep find a dirty kettle and Ann and Rebecca aren't happy about a dusty chandelier. Later, in the morning, there's a long wait at breakfast
15:15
Four in a Bed
The third visit of the week takes place at Vera's Kitchen and B&B in Lechlade, Gloucestershire
15:50
Four in a Bed
The guests check in to the Preston Hotel in Yeovil
The guests check in to the Preston Hotel in Yeovil, owned by father and son Bis and Deep Oozageer. Ann and Rebecca find their room more cheap than cheerful, although an afternoon tasting the produce at a cider brandy distillery proves a massive hit
16:20
Four in a Bed
The B&B owners reunite, ready to air their grievances
The B&B owners reunite, ready to air their grievances from throughout the week. Ann and Rebecca from Grange Farm Park aren't happy with Marilyn marking them down for the lack of a hot tub, and Marilyn herself isn't too pleased when her and Neil review the feedback for their slow breakfast service at Edgecliff Boutique B&B
16:50
Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien make a table from part of Southend pier
17:55
Car S.O.S.
Revisiting vehicles from the first four series
18:55
Escape to the Chateau
Dick and Angel try to live self-sufficiently
Dick and Angel decide they will live as self-sufficiently as they can while restoring the chateau, and invest in some chickens to provide them with eggs for breakfast every morning. However, they still have countless problems to deal with, and have only £20,000 left to spend on the project. The chateau is still without either heating or water, while the 59 windows are crumbling. While Dick's renovations fall behind schedule, Angel is in her element coming up with ideas for what the finished building will look like
19:55
Devon and Cornwall
Special episode of the documentary focusing on summer
Special episode of the documentary celebrating what makes this corner of England such a popular destination when the sun shines. In Torquay, harbour master Nick prepares to receive the world's largest residential cruise ship, as hundreds of its VIPs come ashore. But before these wealthy travellers dock, Nick also needs to guide a stricken ship into harbour and rescue a tourist's lost skateboard
21:00
The Bain Family Murders
David is stunned to learn the truth about Laniet
22:00
The Bain Family Murders
David's behaviour worries his family
00:10
999: On the Front Line
A man is stabbed at the entrance to a block of flats, but manages to call for help
A man is stabbed at the entrance to a block of flats, but manages to call for help before collapsing. A young man has had 13 seizures in one day and needs urgent medical care. While treating a patient, the paramedics discover that he has allegedly assaulted someone else, and now have two patients on their hands. Plus, a taxi driver has a woman who is having a seizure in the back of his cab
01:15
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Sean Lock and Katherine Ryan take on Jon Richardson and Joe Wilkinson
Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy panel show's version of the words-and numbers-quiz, inviting Sean Lock and Katherine Ryan to take on Jon Richardson and Joe Wilkinson. John Cooper Clarke joins wordsmith Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while maths whizz Rachel Riley looks after the numbers
02:20
24 Hours in A&E
A 35-year-old woman fears a brain tumour has returned
Sarah, 35, arrives at King's College Hospital concerned that a brain tumour she first had as a teenager has returned. Helen, 47, is worried about her baby son James, who was born with a hole in his heart and one kidney, and has been vomiting since the morning, while 28-year-old Wayne seeks treatment for knife wounds to his leg after he tried to stop someone stealing his girlfriend's phone
03:25
Food Unwrapped
Kate Quilton explores the rising trend for camel milk
Kate Quilton explores the rising trend for camel milk, Jimmy Doherty finds out why supermarket fresh pasta lasts so long and Matt Tebbutt investigates whether it Is it worth spending more money on standard products over value brand ones
03:50
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