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  • 00:10 Casualty

    S38 E15 A History of Violence: Haunted Stevie's demons catch up with her, Paige's career prospects hang in the balance, and Siobhan is determined to make a change on her first shift as Rash desperately struggles to say goodbye.

  • 01:00 BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  • 01:15 BBC Weather

    The latest weather forecast.

  • 01:20 Match of the Day

    Gary Lineker introduces the goals, drama and best reaction from the day's six Premier League fixtures, all of which have an impact on the top or bottom of the table.

  • 02:40 The Gift

    A young couple's lives spiral into a harrowing tailspin when an acquaintance from the husband's past leads to the revelation of a terrible secret that's been buried for more than 20 years.

  • 04:25 Weather for the Week Ahead

    Detailed weather forecast.

  • 04:30 Our World

    Return to Platform 5: Families at War When a family gets caught up in Europe's greatest refugee crisis since World War Two, the strains are unimaginable. Where should they run to? Who will give safety and shelter? What happens when the father is not allowed to leave? These are the questions that confronted Ukrainians as Russian forces invaded two years ago. Ten million people were uprooted.

  • 05:00 BBC News

    Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.

  • 05:30 Why Do You Hate Me?

    S1 E1 Marianna Spring dives into her inbox and investigates different extraordinary cases of online hate. She meets the people at the heart of these cases, and finds out if understanding or even forgiveness is possible.

  • 06:00 BBC News

    Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.

  • 06:30 BBC Wales Investigates

    Snaptrap: Is Your Child Safe? Reporter Charanpreet Khaira goes undercover to investigate how children are being exploited by drugs gangs on social media. She speaks to a victim who explains how she was groomed online as a teenager and forced into a world of crime and sex abuse.

  • 07:00 BBC News

    Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.

  • 07:30 Click

    Paul Carter is in California for a look at a revolutionary type of prosthetic arm, which is closing the gap between body and bionics. Plus, Alasdair Keane finds out about the new mouthguards being introduced by World Rugby to manage head injuries.

  • 08:00 BBC News

    Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.

  • 08:30 Talking Business

    Aaron Heslehurst interacts with experts on various business issues from all over the world and interviews them on the latest innovations in technology.

  • 09:00 Breakfast

    The BBC's Breakfast programme features the latest news, sport, business, weather and other items on a daily basis.

  • 10:35 Match of the Day

    Gary Lineker introduces the goals, drama and best reaction from the day's six Premier League fixtures, all of which have an impact on the top or bottom of the table.

  • 12:00 Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg

    E39 The big names behind the big stories. Laura Kuenssberg talks to those making the news, inside and outside politics.

  • 13:00 Politics London ᴺᵉʷ

    The latest political news, interviews and debate.

  • 13:30 Sunday Morning Live ᴺᵉʷ

    S14 E20 A thought-provoking debate and instant audience reaction on the big ethical talking points of the week, together with roving reports from around the UK.

  • 14:30 Love, Faith and Me

    S1 E3 Our Supersized Christian Family Tattoo artist Alex and social worker Amy live in Sunderland and have five children under the age of five, including identical triplets. Their Christian faith, family and community help them juggle a chaotic home-life now that they're both back to work and the toddlers are getting more and more active.

  • 15:15 Bargain Hunt

    S57 E20 Shrewsbury 11 Natasha Raskin Sharp and experts Roo Irvine and Danny Sebastian go antiques-hunting in Shrewsbury in Shropshire before heading to East Yorkshire for today's auction. Natasha also explores an incredible museum and meets the collector behind it.

  • 16:00 BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  • 16:10 Weather for the Week Ahead

    Detailed weather forecast.

  • 16:15 Songs of Praise

    Aled's Faith and Music Aled Jones shares his most cherished hymns and sacred music as he and Pam Rhodes embark on a journey across London to visit the iconic places that have been so important for his career and his faith.

  • 16:50 Lifeline

    Leukaemia Care Arlene Phillips presents an appeal on behalf of Leukaemia Care, a charity dedicated to ensuring that anyone affected by a leukaemia diagnosis receives the best information, advice, treatment and support.

  • 17:00 Escape to the Country

    S23 Devon and Dorset: Extended Versions A family want to raise their children near the sea, so Jules Hudson takes them to view a selection of wonderful homes in the Devon and Dorset countryside. Away from houses, Jules takes to a three-wheeled bicycle.

  • 18:00 Missing Link

    Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr Link, who is 8 feet tall and covered in fur, recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, the trio encounters their fair share of peril as they travel to the far reaches of the world. Through it all, they learn that sometimes one can find a family in the places one least expects.

  • 19:30 Frozen Planet II

    S1 E6 Our Frozen Planet The frozen planet is changing. Meet the scientists and people dedicating their lives to understanding what these changes mean, not just for the animals and people who live there, but for the world as a whole.

  • 20:30 BBC Weekend News

    The latest national and international news from the BBC.

  • 20:50 BBC London

    News, sport and weather from London.

  • 20:55 BBC Weather

    The latest weather forecast.

  • 21:00 Countryfile

    Focusing on different people, places, and stories from the heart of the British countryside. Including rural, agriculture and environmental issues.

  • 22:00 Antiques Roadshow

    S45 E5 Brodie Castle & Estate, Morayshire 2 At Brodie Castle in northern Scotland, treasures include a painting by Landseer, a curling trophy, football memorabilia and a footlocker. Meanwhile, Fiona gets to meet a giant rabbit.

  • 23:00 Call the Midwife

    S13 E7 It's October 1969, and Rosalind and Joyce are thrilled to receive their red cardigans. Sister Julienne presents Joyce with the Violet Albany Prize, which is given to the East London midwife who qualifies with the highest marks in her exams.

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