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02:55 - Wentworth Prison

Wentworth Prison
02:55 - 04:00
Convinced that Kaz Proctor is the enigmatic leader of the vigilante group the Red Right Hand, Bea agrees to let her visit the prison as a chance to tell her to stop. However, the fanatic Kaz is so convicted to Bea's cause she is unable to contemplate the fact that her convict idol might not approve of her actions. Meanwhile, Franky receives orders to get Jodie to spill the beans about what Ferguson did to her during her nocturnal visits to solitary, and financial pressures force a still recovering Fletch to return to the Wentworth, where an encounter with Jess causes a crucial memory from his hit-and-run attack to come flooding back. Australian prison drama, starring Danielle Cormack(n)
03:00 - Wentworth Prison

Wentworth Prison
03:00 - 04:00
Ferguson takes swift and brutal vengeance against Bea, who she correctly pinpoints as the mastermind behind Jodie's sudden decision to report her abuses to the ombudsman. With her protector gone, Jodie finds herself isolated and vulnerable once again, but the real extent of the `Freak's' plot only becomes clear when Bea wakes to find herself strapped into a bed in the psych unit. Meanwhile, a heavily pregnant Doreen receives a heartening visit from Nash, and Kaz plans the weapon that killed Harry Smith on Will's property - ruining his relationship with Rose in the process. Australian prison drama, starring Danieele Cormack, Pia Miranda and Pamela Rabe(c)
04:00 - Teleshopping

Teleshopping
04:00 - 09:00
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home(n)
09:00 - Home and Away

Home and Away
09:00 - 11:00
Omnibus. The latest comings and goings in sun-kissed Summer Bay(n)
11:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
11:00 - 12:00
A look at Elizabeth II's life, featuring interviews with some of the prime ministers, close friends, royal household members and special advisors who know her best. The first instalment charts her birth in April 1926, which protocol dictated had to be attended by the Home Secretary, and her childhood years, which included her first meeting with the then 18-year-old Prince Philip of Greece. The documentary ends in 1952, where on a tour of Kenya, the Queen received news of her father, George VI's early death(n)
12:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
12:00 - 13:00
First-person testimony from royal friends and eye-witnesses, and archive footage tells the story of the Queen's first decade on the throne. As she learned the ropes of monarchy, Elizabeth faced many tough decisions, including how to modernise the British Empire, manage a critically ill prime minister, and balance her royal duties with her family(n)
13:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
13:00 - 14:00
A look at Elizabeth II's life in the 1950s and 1960s, how she tried to make the monarchy more accessible, and the lesson she learned from the 1966 Aberfan disaster. William Heseltine also reveals how, as her Press Secretary, he tried to make the Queen more approachable to the media(n)
14:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
14:00 - 15:00
Using testimony from royal friends and eye-witnesses and archive footage, this episode reaches the 1970s and explores how the Queen faced both a hostile nation and scandal within her family, which threatened the popularity of the monarchy itself(n)
15:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
15:00 - 16:00
Through the 1970s and 1980s, Elizabeth was thrilled to see her sons married, but also faced a strained relationship with her first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. Though the women worked hard to present a united front, they were dogged by Press rumours of trouble between them(n)
16:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
16:00 - 17:00
Examining the monarch's troubled 1990s years, including 1992, which saw the collapse of three of her children's marriages, and the fire which destroyed much of Windsor Castle. Plus, how the 1997 death of Diana, Princess of Wales presented the Queen with the gravest challenge of her reign(n)
17:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
17:00 - 18:00
A look at Elizabeth II's life since 2000, an era when she lost her sister and mother, but also enjoyed happier times, including her Golden Jubilee, and the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles(n)
18:00 - Elizabeth: Our Queen

Elizabeth: Our Queen
18:00 - 19:00
A look at Elizabeth II's life since the start of the decade, including her historic state visit to the Republic of Ireland in 2011, and the celebrations for her Diamond Jubilee year in 2012(n)
19:00 - Inside the Railway

Inside the Railway
19:00 - 20:00
The staff step back in time when they venture down into tunnels under the station to carry out fire safety checks, and it is the start of the Bank Holiday getaway for thousands of commuters. Jennie, Great Western Railway's new customer ambassador, manages to seat a troupe of young cheerleaders all together, but faces a much bigger challenge when fire alarms go off during rush hour(n)
20:00 - All New Traffic Cops

All New Traffic Cops
20:00 - 21:00
North Yorkshire officers are called out to a massive crash near a theme park that has resulted in the death of at least one person. The need to understand what has happened and who - if anyone - is to blame tests the resources of all the traffic cops who attend and then investigate this fatal incident. Will their gut instincts that this is a drug-fuelled disaster prove correct?(n)
21:00 - Extraordinary People

Extraordinary People
21:00 - 22:00
The story of 12-year-old Mahendra Ahirwar from central India, who lives with a rare muscle-wasting condition not only means he can not stand or walk, but also leaves his neck muscles so weak, he cannot lift his head up at all. His family have been unable to pay for any treatment - but when his story was reported in the UK Press, Liverpool woman Julie Jones was so moved by Mahendra's plight that she set up an online fundraising page. Cameras follow his pioneering surgery(n)
22:00 - Dale Winton's Florida Fly Drive

Dale Winton's Florida Fly Drive
22:00 - 23:00
The presenter begins the second leg of his 1,500-mile journey in Miami, at Casa Casuarina, the boutique hotel that was formerly the home of Gianni Versace until his death in 1997. The fashion designer's influence is visible throughout, from leopard-print cushions to the swimming pool made out of thousands of 24-carat-gold tiles. After a detour to the seafront workout area Muscle Beach, he visits Little Havana, where he is taught how to make cigars and the delights of Cuban coffee. Finally, he takes a trip down Billionaires Row, which some of the richest people in America call home(n)
23:00 - Cruising with Jane McDonald

Cruising with Jane McDonald
23:00 - 00:00
Part two of two. The presenter's trip to Australia and New Zealand concludes as she visit the North Island, known for its outdoor activities and adventures. She begins in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, before travelling 900m above sea level to take part in quad-biking. The ship then sails north to Napier, where Jane takes a bus trip to meet a traditional Maori tribe, before arriving in Rotorua, a place famous for its dramatic landscapes. After a helicopter tour of Auckland, Jane's journey ends back in Sydney, where her final trek is to climb the 1,438 steps of the Sydney Harbour Bridge(n)
00:00 - Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords

Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords
00:00 - 01:00
Watford builder David Simpson has a fight on his hands when his long-term tenant moves her boyfriend in and suddenly decides to stop paying - and when he tries to evict her, she makes life difficult. In Woolwich, lawyer Chris Sharpe helps a client whose property has been taken over by squatters, who have changed the locks and claim they are legitimately renting the house(n)
23:00 - Tony Robinson: Coast to Coast

Tony Robinson: Coast to Coast
23:00 - 00:00
In North Yorkshire, the presenter discovers how the longest stretch of steam railway would have disappeared, but for a team of volunteers dedicated to keeping the line and locomotives going. He also gets a rare glimpse inside the radar base at RAF Fylingdales, a missile-tracking facility that plays a significant role in the defence of both the UK and the USA. In Whitby, Tony visits the area's last shipyard and is delighted to hear that whales have returned to local waters after hunting almost drove them to extinction. His final destination is the picturesque coastal village of Robin Hood's Bay(n)



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