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TV Listings for BBC ONE HD on Tuesday (28.01.2020)


06 00-09 15Breakfast
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. [S] [HD]

09 15-10 00Crime - Are We Tough Enough?
2/5. Chris Daw and Ayesha Nayyar look at what role our prisons should play in the fight against crime. [S] [HD]

10 00-11 00Homes Under the Hammer
67/80. Featuring a terraced house in Hornchurch in Essex, a piece of land in Newquay in Cornwall and a commercial space in Rochdale in Lancashire. [S] [HD]

11 00-11 45Wanted Down Under
8/20. Life with triplets is chaotic. Mum Sarah, the main breadwinner, thinks life would be easier in Australia, but stay-at-home dad Conor has major concerns. [S] [HD]

11 45-12 15Caught Red Handed
Dom Littlewood reveals how the police are using technology to catch criminals. A disabled woman's carer is stealing from her, so her sister comes up with a plan to foil the thief. [S,AD] [HD]

12 15-13 00Bargain Hunt
9/32. Anita Manning presents from the Mona Showground on Anglesey, where experts Caroline Hawley and Philip Serrell are on hand to help the teams find items to take to auction. [S,AD] [HD]

13 00-13 30BBC News at One
The latest national and international news from the BBC. [S] [HD]

13 30-13 45This Is BBC One HD
Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area. Programming will resume on BBC One HD after the bulletin. [HD]

13 45-14 15Doctors
49/196. Jimmi tries to kick his prison habit, Daniel struggles to juggle his commitments, and a blow to the head unlocks hidden potential for one of Sid's patients. [S,AD] [HD]

14 15-15 00Father Brown
7/10. Period drama series. Suspicions are aroused when the holiest house in Kembleford is linked to the death of a wanton woman. [S,AD] [HD]

15 00-15 45Escape to the Country
1/25. Jules Hudson meets a calligrapher from east London who wants to write a new chapter of her life in the West Country. [S,AD] [HD]

15 45-16 30The Farmers' Country Showdown
17/20. Cattle farmers Alison and Colin compete against their young protegees Katie and Hannah at the Driffield Show. Will either pair's cattle win coveted red rosettes? [S] [HD]

16 30-17 15Antiques Road Trip
17/25. The competition heats up as experts Louise Gostelow and David Harper continue to scour Northern Ireland for hidden gems. It'll all end in a dogfight. [S] [HD]

17 15-18 00Pointless
48/55. The quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. [S] [HD]

18 00-18 30BBC News at Six
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. [S] [HD]

18 30-19 00This Is BBC One HD
Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area. Programming will resume on BBC One HD after the bulletin. [HD]

19 00-19 30The One Show
Alex Jones and Matt Baker bring you the stories that matter from across the country. [S] [HD]

19 30-20 00EastEnders
Martin and Kat are forced to step up, Mick is faced with an impossible situation, and Tiffany is caught off guard. [S,AD] [HD]

20 00-21 00Holby City
4/52. On Holocaust Memorial Day, Sacha's beloved great-aunt - a Holocaust survivor - is admitted in very poor health. Meanwhile, Cameron sees red while dealing with a stabbing victim. [S,AD] [HD]

21 00-22 00Silent Witness
8/10. The team's investigation leads them to a mysterious cryogenics facility and the discovery of another suspicious death. [S,AD] [HD]

22 00-22 25BBC News at Ten
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. [S] [HD]

22 25-22 30This Is BBC One HD
Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area. Programming will resume on BBC One HD after the bulletin. [HD]

22 30-22 35Weather
The latest weather forecast. [S] [HD]

22 35-23 20Young, Sikh and Proud
Sunny Hundal explores the legacy of his late brother Jagraj Singh, a prominent Sikh leader, and asks if a rise in religious activism points towards a bigger story of Sikh identity. [S] [HD]

23 20-00 20Easy Ways to Live Well
1/3. This week Hugh and Steph challenge one GP surgery to tackle their compulsive snacking while taking on their own health concerns - from Hugh's stress to Steph's dodgy tummy. [S,AD] [HD]

00 20-00 25Weather for the Week Ahead
Detailed weather forecast. [S] [HD]

00 25-06 00BBC News
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news. [S] [HD]

06 00-09 15Breakfast
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. [S] [HD]