Programme Index

Discover 10,050,376 listings and 230,622 playable programmes from the BBC

Sunday Morning Live

Series 9

Episode 7

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Sean Fletcher and June Sarpong lead a debate on how to deal with British jihadi suspects. And Nelufar Hedayat speaks to the woman who was crowned the world's best teacher.

Homes Under the Hammer

Series 20

Episode 62

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

A grand Edwardian home in Eltham in London, a piece of land in Handsworth near Birmingham and a property in Newcastle-under-Lyme are all sold under the hammer. Show more

Bargain Hunt

Series 42 and 43 Reversions

Episode 19: Derby

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Tim Wonnacott oversees the red and blue teams competing to find well-priced antiques and collectibles in Derby. Expert advice comes from Thomas Plant and David Harper. Show more

Animals Behaving Badly

Series 1

Episode 2: Hunger Wars

Duration: 58 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for years

Liz Bonnin meets the animal rogues doing whatever it takes to find food, from kleptomaniac crabs to tigers deceiving their prey. Show more

Eat Well for Less?

Series 5

Episode 3: The MacDonald Family

Duration: 58 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help families to eat well for less. Can Jo and Denise start to make home-cooked meals from scratch, find healthier snacks and save some cash? Show more

Songs of Praise

Inspiring Christians

Duration: 35 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

200 years after the birth of Emily Bronte, Aled Jones is in Haworth in Yorkshire exploring the Christian upbringing of the author of Wuthering Heights. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Aled Jones
Presenter:
Kate Bottley
Executive Producer:
Emyr Afan
Executive Producer:
Cat Lewis
Production Company:
Avanti Media

Cycling

RideLondon 2018

Episode 3: Surrey Classic

Duration: 2 hours, 40 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Jill Douglas presents live coverage of the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, where 150 of the world's best cyclists compete on 200km of closed roads in London and Surrey. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Jill Douglas
Commentator:
Simon Brotherton
Commentator:
Magnus Backstedt
Executive Producer:
Rohan Browning
Production Manager:
Joff White
Production Company:
Century TV

Regional Variations (16)

This Is BBC One HD

BBC One HD

BBC Wales Today

BBC One Wales HD
BBC One Wales

Reporting Scotland

BBC One Scotland HD
BBC One Scotland

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Tonight

BBC One North West

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

BBC Newsline

Weekend News

29/07/2018

Duration: 10 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland HD

Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

In Exmoor, Margherita Taylor meets those doing all they can to restore the habitat, and numbers, of the UK's most endangered butterfly - the high brown fritillary. Show more

Poldark

Series 4

Episode 8

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Period drama. Demelza helps Morwenna and Drake build a future, but as Ross and Elizabeth try to repair their own marriages in Cornwall, their houses clash as the feud is renewed. Show more

Contributors

Ross Poldark:
Aidan Turner
Demelza Poldark:
Eleanor Tomlinson
Verity Poldark:
Ruby Bentall
Morwenna Carne:
Ellise Chappell
George Warleggan:
Jack Farthing
Dwight Enys:
Luke Norris
Elizabeth Warleggan:
Heida Reed
Drake Carne:
Harry Richardson
Cary Warleggan:
Pip Torrens
Caroline Enys:
Gabriella Wilde
Sam Carne:
Tom York
Monk Adderley:
Max Bennett
Aunt Agatha:
Caroline Blakiston
Francis Poldark:
Kyle Soller
Lord Falmouth:
James Wilby
Dr Anselm:
Richard Durden
Geoffrey Charles:
Louis Davison
Reverend Odgers:
Jason Squibb
Harry Harry:
Danny Kirrane
Dr Choake:
Robert Daws
Zacky Martin:
Tristan Sturrock
Rosina Hoblyn:
Amelia Clarkson
Hugh Armitage:
Josh Whitehouse
Producer:
Michael Ray
Director:
Joss Agnew
Executive Producer:
Rebecca Eaton
Executive Producer:
Elizabeth Kilgarriff
Executive Producer:
Debbie Horsfield
Executive Producer:
Tom Mullens
Executive Producer:
Karen Thrussell
Executive Producer:
Damien Timmer
Production Company:
Mammoth Screen

Regional Variations (16)

This Is BBC One HD

BBC One HD

BBC Wales Today

BBC One Wales HD
BBC One Wales

Reporting Scotland

BBC One Scotland HD
BBC One Scotland

Look East

BBC One East
BBC One Cambridgeshire

East Midlands Today

BBC One East Midlands

Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

BBC One Yorks & Lincs

BBC London

BBC One London

Look North (North East and Cumbria)

BBC One North East & Cumbria

North West Tonight

BBC One North West

South Today

BBC One South
BBC One Oxfordshire

South East Today

BBC One South East

Spotlight

BBC One South West
BBC One Channel Islands

Points West

BBC One West

BBC Newsline

Weekend News

29/07/2018

Duration: 10 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland HD

Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.

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2018

Tacita Dean: Looking to See

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Alan Yentob joins Tacita Dean in her studio in Berlin to discover how the city has infused her work, and visits her in LA where she is completing a film inspired by her sister. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Alan Yentob
Interviewed Guest:
Tacita Dean
Director:
Katy Homan
Producer:
Katy Homan
Executive Producer:
Tanya Hudson
Series Editor:
Alan Yentob

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Period drama. Industrious but introverted Albert hides a secret from the world, especially his fellow staff at a Dublin hotel. Show more

BBC One Northern Ireland

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