Our team's picks of what to watch this week and what's available on demand. Also available via Freetime – our award-winning smart TV Guide, and the Freesat app .

on demand

UEFA Champions League Final

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The Madrid derby once again takes centre stage as the biggest game in club football, as perennial underdogs Atlético seek revenge on Real for the heartbreak of 2014. Watch live on Saturday from 6pm.

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Gymnastics: European Championships

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Matt Baker presents coverage of the men's team competition final at the European Championships in Bern. Led by world champion Max Whitlock, the British team will be aiming to regain their 2012 title.

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Cathy's friends and relatives rally round to help her clear out the garage. Her brother and his partner are fresh from playing a round of golf - and making friends with a millionaire into the bargain.

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Blue Eyes

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In the series finale, Elin uncovers one of the most scandalous political conspiracies the nation has ever known as voters go to the polls.

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The World's Biggest Flower Market

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Cherry Healey and royal florist Simon Lycett discover the mind-boggling process of how flowers make it across the world to us in pristine condition, via Aalsmeer Flower Auction in Holland.

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Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch

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Matilda and her dad Gordon appear on James Corden's US TV programme, The Late Late Show - and Matilda cooks him some classic British steak and kidney pies and delicious fruity chutney.

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Peaky Blinders

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The drama cranks up the heat as Tommy - who's planning the most audacious criminal act the gang has ever undertaken - plays a dangerous game with Russian aristocrat Tatiana.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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Last in the US police sitcom series. The squad drop everything to intervene when they realise that Holt is in danger, after the search for Pimento's hitman takes an unexpected turn.

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How Should I Vote? - The EU Debate

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Live from Glasgow, Victoria Derbyshire hosts a debate on the issues that matter to younger voters, ahead of the June referendum on whether Britain should stay in the EU.

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Boris v Dave: The Battle for...

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...Europe: Michael Crick examines how the EU referendum campaign has become a personal battle between David Cameron and Boris Johnson; a battle that will define the future of the country.

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Hidden Killers of the Post-War Home

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Dr Suzannah Lipscomb explores the era in which British people embraced modern design for the first time after years of austerity - and the unexpected dangers lurking throughout the changing home.

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Nature's Epic Journeys

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In the last in the nature series, Liz Bonnin leads a team using cutting-edge technology to follow zebra on the world's most recently-discovered migration through Botswana to Nxai Pan National Park.

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The 100

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In the first instalment of a two-part series finale, Clarke finds hope in a place she would never have expected - and it becomes that Alie's masterplan is beginning to come together.

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Tracy Beaker Returns

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Tracy sets an egg-sitting challenge in which the YP team up in pairs to look after an egg in order to prove themselves worthy of a new computer - but eventually they all get smashed.

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Last Whites of the East End

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Thoughtful documentary exploring the effect of immigration on the dwindling white community of Newham, from the perspective of those struggling with rapid change, and those who have chosen to leave.

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In the Club

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The parenting drama continues. An anxious Andrew and Nathan prepare to bring baby Sebastian home - but neither is prepared for the shock awaiting them at the hospital.

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Storm Troupers: The Fight to...

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...Forecast the Weather. Journalist Alok Jha charts the history of weather forecasting from its origins in the early 19th century to the modern day - and its evolution from superstition into science.

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Family Finders

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From the brothers who spent 50 years apart to a woman who found two half sisters she never knew she had, this series meets those who make such incredible reunions and discoveries possible.

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Kenneth Brannagh returns for a final series of the detective drama. When a Swedish national goes missing in Cape Town, Wallander is brought in to piece together the mysterious puzzle.

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Chelsea Flower Show

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Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift present the first episode of this year's coverage from the Royal Horticultural Society's prestigious annual showcase, introducing a first look at the gardens and exhibits.

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Absorbing, unsettling Russian drama in which a Moscow housewife and former nurse must take desperate measures in order to hang on to an inheritance and solve her family's money worries.

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Jutland: WWI's Greatest Sea Battle

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Thousands of British sailors died in the Battle of Jutland. It has been plagued by controversy ever since. Secret History joins a landmark expedition to uncover the truth about the battle.

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Grand Tours of Scotland

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Paul Murton relives the golden days of Scottish tourism, first exploring the Isle of Arran, 'Scotland in Miniature': home to castles, rugged mountains and stunning wildlife, as well as a nudist beach.

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MOTD Live: FA Cup Final

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Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the FA Cup final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium - a repeat of the 1990 final which saw United eventually emerge as the winners.

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on tv

The Musketeers

Tonight at 21:30

Third season of the historical drama. In war-torn France, the musketeers reunite to rescue some orphans from a brutal mercenary. After years at the monastery, is Aramis still a musketeer at heart?

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Britain's Got Talent

Tonight at 19:30

Grand finale: get ready to cast your vote for 2016's Britain's Got Talent winner as the final acts go head-to-head.

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Red 2

Tonight at 21:00

Comedy-thriller sequel in which a former CIA agent (Bruce Willis) reunites his ageing squad of retired operatives (including John Malkovich) for a vital mission when a nuclear bomb goes missing.

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The Disappearance

Tonight at 21:00

French drama based on an award-winning Spanish series. A seventeen-year-old girl suddenly goes missing, leaving her family devastated - and secrets they knew nothing about.

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The Secret of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

Tonight at 21:00

Ian Hislop and conductor John Eliot Gardiner look at the story behind Beethoven's Fifth, and the times that shaped Beethoven both personally and creatively.

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The Prestige

Tonight at 23:00

Christopher Nolan's period thriller, starring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale. Two magicians caught in a bitter feud will stop at nothing to sabotage each other.

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Top Gear

Tomorrow at 20:00

The first in the new series sees Chris Evans take the Dodge Viper ACR to Nevada to battle Sabine Schmitz in a Chevrolet Corvette Z06, and Matt LeBlanc tackle Morocco in Somerset's finest off-roader.

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Yeti: Myth, Man or Beast?

Tomorrow at 20:00

Mark Evans enlists top geneticists to help determine whether there's a rational explanation for the legendary Tibetan yeti. Is it a marginalised species of human? Perhaps an undiscovered form of bear?

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French Open: Roland Garros Live

Tomorrow at 09:30

John Inverdale presents live coverage from Paris as the fourth round gets underway. Expert analysis from Marion Bartoli, Jim Courier, Mark Petchey, Fabrice Santoro and Sam Smith.

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8 Simple Rules

Tomorrow at 10:30

Pilot of the US sitcom. A sports writer has his hands full when he is left to supervise his teenage daughters - Bridget, who's nursing a broken heart, and honour student Kerry, who's been suspended.

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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie

Tomorrow at 15:35

Much-loved cartoon following the adventures of Nickelodeon's pineapple-dwelling aquatic hero. When his boss is accused of stealing a valuable crown, SpongeBob embarks on a mission to recover it.

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The Princess Diaries

Tomorrow at 15:50

Comedy starring Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway. An awkward teen is stunned to find out that she is the heir to the throne of a small European nation - and in need of some tutoring in royal behaviour.

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The British Soap Awards 2016

Tomorrow at 20:00

Presided over by Phillip Schofield at the Hackney Empire, the stars of the nation's favourite shows gather to celebrate some of soap-land's most dramatic plotlines of the past year.

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Good Will Hunting

Tomorrow at 22:05

Unmissable, Oscar-winning drama, starring Matt Damon and Robin Williams. When the genius of a troubled janitor is discovered, a psychologist with his own problems is brought in to help him.

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Flat TV

Tomorrow at 23:25

Tom Rosenthal and Naz Osmanoglu's Comedy Feed pilot, following the exploits of two TV-obsessed flatmates, returns for a full series. Tensions are high as Tom and Naz wait for a package to arrive.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Mon 30 at 20:30

Classic Shakespeare play adapted for television by Russell T Davies. In the tyrannical court of Athens, pitiless dictator Theseus plans his wedding to Hippolyta, a prisoner of war.

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102 Dalmatians

Mon 30 at 11:45

In the sequel to 101 Dalmatians, Glenn Close's evil Cruella de Vil is out of prison and seemingly a changed woman. But she soon returns to her old tricks...

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Astro Boy

Mon 30 at 12:25

A family bank holiday treat brings the Manga classic to life. Abandoned by his creator, a robotic boy with amazing powers attempts to save Earth from an evil force.

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Mon 30 at 15:20

Gwyneth Paltrow and Toni Collette star in this Jane Austen adaptation, as a privileged young woman makes a few severely misguided attempts at matchmaking.

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The Instant Gardener

Mon 30 at 16:00

Helen Skelton and Danny Clarke return to tackle more unloven gardens in a brand new series. This time, the team tackles a space that is suffering from the after-effects of flooding in York.

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The Big Spring Clean

Mon 30 at 19:30

With the nation's houses shrinking in size and stuffed with things we don't use, Phil Spencer and some tidy specialists address the clutter crisis by helping a family launch a clear out.

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Springwatch 2016

Mon 30 at 20:00

Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games kick off an action-packed wildlife extravaganza, live from RSPB Minsmere reserve in Suffolk.

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Heathrow: Britain's Busiest Airport

Mon 30 at 21:00

This series, filmed over seven months, looks at life behind the scenes at the UK's biggest airport. In the first episode, heavy fog throws the terminal into turmoil.

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An Immigrant's Guide to Britain

Mon 30 at 22:00

Comedian Henning Wehn teams up with fellow first-generation immigrants provide an irreverent guide to life in Britain, beginning with a look at caravans, rugby and (of course) the weather.

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The Real Versailles

Mon 30 at 22:30

Ahead of the lavish new BBC Two drama that begins this week, Lucy Worsley and Helen Castor tell the real-life stories behind one of the world's grandest buildings.

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Enough Said

Tue 31 at 21:00

In his penultimate film appearance, the late James Gandolfini stars alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a charming grown-up rom-com about two divorcees who start to date. Premiere.

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Building the Dream

Tue 31 at 21:00

Charlie Luxton returns for a new series of helping people build their dream home. First up he's in the Cotswolds, giving Mandy and Tony Slater a hand with their ambitious self-build.

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Myleene Klass: Single Mums

Tue 31 at 21:00

In this documentary, Myleene Klass attempts to reveal the truth about single mums who receive benefits, and tries to discover why there is such a stigma attached to the status.

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Britain and Europe: For Richer or...

Tue 31 at 21:00

...Poorer? Ahead of the EU referendum, BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg examines the economic costs and benefits of EU membership, talking to those on both sides of the debate.

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Later Live... with Jools Holland

Tue 31 at 22:00

Join Jools for the last in the current series, with this week's guests Tame Impala, Biffy Clyro, Michael Kiwanuka, Moon Hooch, James Blake and Lera Lynn.

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Wed 01 at 21:30

This lavish new drama brings Louis XIV's court to life with a cast full of British actors. The young King bids to stamp his authority on court and country - but faces resistance.

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Nerds & Monsters

Wed 01 at 13:00

Back-to-back episodes of the animated comedy series. Zarg starts wearing Dudley as a lucky charm after Vink has a run of good fortune.

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So Awkward

Wed 01 at 16:30

When Lily worries that she and Matt might be incompatible, Jas adapts the plant species comparison software they're using in class to creates a love machine.

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The Big C & Me

Wed 01 at 21:00

Doc series filmed over a year, following people living with cancer through every step of their journey. This episode meets Sally, Dominic and Yvette, at various stages of diagnosis and treatment.

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Secrets of Growing Old

Wed 01 at 21:00

Scientists believe that one in five of us will live to be a hundred. This doc looks at changing attitudes to growing old, and those, including an 83-year-old skydiver, who laugh in the face of ageing.

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Seventy with a Six Pack

Wed 01 at 22:00

Age is no barrier: documentary following Britain's oldest muscle men, including Over-70s World Champion Eric, as they work towards the highly competitive World Bodybuilding Finals in Miami.

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Alan Shearer's Euro 96: When Football...

Wed 01 at 22:45

...Came Home. Alan Shearer looks back at Euro 96, the defining moment in his England career, coming together with former teammates and others to recount the national side's run to the semi-finals.

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The Last Days of Legal Highs

Thu 02 at 23:45

As a blanket ban on legal highs comes into force, this documentary goes behind the scenes at two shops in Portsmouth. What effects will the ban have on users, sellers, and the trade as a whole?

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Blue Peter Goes Greener

Thu 02 at 17:00

The team present a green badge special live from the Blue Peter garden - which has been given a makeover by a young gardening expert.

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Football: England v Portugal

Thu 02 at 19:30

Mark Pougatch presents live coverage as England play their final warm-up game against Portugal at Wembley - Roy Hodgson's last chance to experiment prior to the first match against Russia.

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New Girl

Thu 02 at 21:00

The show returns for a fifth series. Cece and Schmidt ask Jess and Nick to be their best man and bridesmaid respectively - and their first duty is to plan an engagement party for the happy couple.

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Thu 02 at 22:00

Rick Edwards hosts a new second series of the comedy panel show. Stacey Solomon and Brian McFadden are joined by comedian teammates Phil Wang and Tez Ilyas.


48 HRS

Thu 02 at 23:20

Eddie Murphy makes a fine debut in this 1982 buddy movie thriller, as a wisecracking con paired with a tough cop (Nick Nolte) who needs his help to catch a murderer.

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Dicte - Crime Reporter

Fri 03 at 21:00

Critically-acclaimed new Danish drama. When recently-divorced journalist Dicte Svendsen returns to her home town, she finds the body of a young Bosnian woman who died following a caesarean section.

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Karen Carpenter: Goodbye To...

Fri 03 at 21:00

...Love. Dramatised doc about the life of 70s pop icon Karen Carpenter, who died from anorexia nervosa at 32. Includes contributions from friends, lovers and insiders, as well as Dionne Warwick.

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