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BBC One London

The ONE Show

The live, weeknight topical magazine presented by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha makes its debut. What are the latest concerns obsessing the British nation? There are also stories about ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances from around the UK, and regular contributions from Kate Humble, Anna Adams, Dan Snow and Matt Baker.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Kate Humble tracks down the dormouse,
Rajesh Mirchandani reports on the shortage of child heart donors and Dame Kelly Holmes has a challenge for viewers. Presented by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha. See yesterday's choice. One for all: page 13; The Inside Story: page 74
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BBC One London

The One Show

Consumer expert Martin Lewis reveals how to make money from your old mobile phones and Kate Humble goes in search of the "red-eyed devil" that lurks beneath the waters of Devon's seaside rock pools.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Can Carol Thatcher survive for a week on a state pension? Meanwhile, Kate Humble is in Exmoor on the trail of a herd of elusive red deer. Then News Headlines from Nations and Regions
BBC One London

The ONE Show

One of this country's most protected - and feared - creatures is sought by Kate Humble. (Sl One for all: page 13
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

James Nesbitt guests, and the 16-60 Challenge to find out who's fittest - couch potato teenagers or their health-conscious elders - gets under way. Dan Snow begins a series about the UK's hidden history with the remnants of a strange Iron Age settlement. Editor Chris Rybczynski www.bbc.co.uk/theoneshow
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Anna Adams reveals more shocking truths about the way we behave, dashing Dan Snow uncovers the hidden history of the Welsh borders - and what's been happening to The Apprentice runner-up Ruth Badger since she was fired by Sir Alan?
With Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Consumer expert Martin Lewis shows how to make cheap telephone calls on the internet and Dan Snow reveals the extraordinary history hidden deep beneath the foundations of Dover Castle. With
Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Dan Snow needs a head for heights as he goes in search of the hidden history balanced perilously above the Thames estuary within a forgotten
Second World War fort, and it's an uphill struggle for everyone on the 16-60 Challenge. Then News Headlines from Nations and Regions
BBC One London

The ONE Show

Dan Snow goes in search of the man reputed to have stolen Jane Austen 's heart, plus the climax of the 16-60 Challenge in which the youngsters take on their seniors in an extreme sports decider. (5) Then News Headlines from the Nations and Regions
BBC One London

The ONE Show

Matt Baker begins a series of reports in conjunction with the team from Seaside Rescue, which follows at
7.30pm. There's also the start of an experiment in which Breakfast newsman Bill Turnbull tries a new sleep regime. With Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha. Editor Chris Rybczynski www.bbc.co.uk/theoneshow
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

The topical magazine show sees Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha catch up with newsman Bill Turnbull 's sleep experiment. Plus a live link to Matt Baker and the Seaside Rescue team in Weymouth.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Consumer expert Martin Lewis shows how to book the cheapest flights. Plus an update from
Matt Baker and the Seaside Rescue team in Dorset, and Breakfast's Bill Turnbull props his eyelids up with matchsticks to talk about his sleep experiment.
Hosted by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha. Digital viewers can access special features by pressing the red i button on their handset
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

More action from Matt Baker and the Seaside
Rescue team, plus the latest on the week-long extreme sleep experiment.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Breakfast anchorman Bill Turnbull 's in the studio to discover whether his radical new sleep pattern has improved his brain function as predicted. There's also more live action from Seaside Rescue, and Adrian and Nadia test viewers on UK geography. Then News Headlines from the Nations and Regions
BBC One London

The ONE Show

Wildlife expert Kate Humble hits Edinburgh and a team of GPs take to the streets of Manchester to diagnose a series of remarkable complaints.
Presented by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha.
Editor Chris Rybczynski www.bbc.co.uk/theoneshow
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha host the live, topical magazine show.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

A report from wildlife expert Kate Humble , plus medical revelations from the street doctors in Manchester.
Hosted by Adrian Chiles and Nadia Sawalha.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

Kate Humble and Chris Packham announce the wildlife photography competition winners.
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BBC One London

The ONE Show

The final show in this run sees the street doctors back in action. The team of itinerant GPs offer instant diagnoses and advice to members of the public suffering a wide range of medical niggles and ailments. Meanwhile, Adrian and Nadia have the usual topical reports, plus celebrity chat from the canalside studio in Birmingham. (5) Then News Headlines from the Nations and Regions






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