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Olympics

2020

Day 9: BBC One - Gymnastics

Duration: 3 hours, 4 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for 9 months

Gabby Logan and Sam Quek keep you up-to-date with all of the action from Tokyo 2020, including the final round of the men's golf and the artistic gymnastics apparatus finals.

Contributors

Countryfile

Food and Drink

Duration: 54 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for 3 months

Joe Crowley and chef Romy Gill celebrate the glories of seasonal food. Joe also delves into the world of no-dig farming and helps pack orders at a veg box business. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Joe Crowley
Presenter:
Matt Baker
Presenter:
Anita Rani
Presenter:
Steve Brown
Executive Producer:
Bill Lyons
Series Editor:
Jane Lomas

Olympics

2020

Day 9: Today at the Games

Duration: 1 hour, 29 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for 9 months

Clare Balding and Alex Scott are joined by an array of guests to reflect on the day’s highlights in Tokyo, with the men’s 100m among the events to be decided across 11 sports. Show more

Contributors

Baptiste

Series 2

Episode 3

Duration: 54 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for 2 months

As Julien and Zsofia investigate a far-right politician named Kamilla Agoston, a grieving Emma makes a shocking and bloody discovery.

Contributors

Julien Baptiste:
Tcheky Karyo
Emma Chambers:
Fiona Shaw
Celia Baptiste:
Anastasia Hille
Alex Chambers:
Stuart Campbell
Zsofia Arslan:
Dorka Gryllus
Andras Juszt:
Miklos Beres
Kamilla Agoston:
Gabriella Hamori
Katalin:
Eva Magyar
Director:
Hong Khaou
Producer:
John Griffin

Duration: 39 minutes

on BBC One Northern Ireland

Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Victoria Coren Mitchell and panellists Joan Bakewell and Fin Taylor.

BBC One Northern Ireland

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