Drama Channel listings 15th – 21st August 2020

Saturday August 15, 2020 

07:10 Where The Heart Is – New Moon Arising (S3E8/14) (SD) A baby is abandoned on the steps of the medical centre, Stephen takes Jacqui on a moonlit walk in the country and Vic helps Sandra in her hour of need. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

08:00 Where The Heart Is – Not My Brother (S3E9/14) (SD) Baby Alfie is rushed to hospital after suffering a fit, and Tom Lewis gets into a fight with a man he suspects is having an affair with his wife. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

09:00 Lovejoy – Last Tango in Lavenham (S6E10/10) (SD) Last ever episode of the much-loved drama series. Lovejoy considers proposing to Charlotte, just as she prepares to leave for New York. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

10:00 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates – Fingers (S1E3/6) (SD) Patricia Routledge leaves Hyacinth Bucket behind in the compelling mystery series. Hetty takes on a new case while on holiday with Robert. But who is she working for? (Subtitled) 

11:00 Sharpe – Sharpe’s Gold (S3E1/3) (SD) Sean Bean is the Napoleonic hunk. Swashbuckling action galore as Sharpe gets caught up in the ruthless game of trading guns, and a search for hidden Aztec gold. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Doctor Who – Doomsday (S2E13/13) (SD) Ever wondered who’d win in a fight, the Daleks or the Cybermen? David Tennant’s Doctor is caught in the middle, as the two terrifying armies wage war. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

14:00 Doctor Who – Smith and Jones (S3E1/13) (SD) David Tennant stars as the heroic Time Lord. When Martha finds herself on the moon, she meets the mysterious Doctor, and her life will never be the same again. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

15:00 Doctor Who – The Shakespeare Code (S3E2/13) (SD) Another adventure for David Tennant’s Time Lord. The Doctor takes Martha to Elizabethan England, where Shakespeare is controlled by witch-like creatures. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

16:00 One Foot in the Algarve (S1E1/1) (SD) A feature-length edition of David Renwick’s superb sitcom with Victor Meldrew taking a rare trip abroad. Comedy fans should look out for a special guest star, Peter Cook. (Subtitled) 

18:00 The Brokenwood Mysteries – To Die or Not to Die (S2E2/4) (SD) Neill Rea stars in the Kiwi crime drama set in the fictional town of Brokenwood. Shepherd investigates when an actor dies after a performance of Hamlet. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

20:00 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates – Fingers (S1E3/6) (SD) Patricia Routledge leaves Hyacinth Bucket behind in the compelling mystery series. Hetty takes on a new case while on holiday with Robert. But who is she working for? (Subtitled) 

21:00 New Tricks – Coming Out Ball (S7E8/10) (SD) The hugely popular crime drama starring some of Britain’s favourite actors. The team probe the abduction of an 18-year-old daughter of an arms manufacturer. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:20 Men Behaving Badly – Performance (S7E1/3) (SD) New. The strain of behaving like grown-ups takes its toll on the four friends as Tony moves in with Deborah, while Gary and Dorothy decide to start a family. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

23:20 Doctor Who – Doomsday (S2E13/13) (SD) Ever wondered who’d win in a fight, the Daleks or the Cybermen? David Tennant’s Doctor is caught in the middle, as the two terrifying armies wage war. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

00:20 Doctor Who – Smith and Jones (S3E1/13) (SD) David Tennant stars as the heroic Time Lord. When Martha finds herself on the moon, she meets the mysterious Doctor, and her life will never be the same again. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:20 Doctor Who – The Shakespeare Code (S3E2/13) (SD) Another adventure for David Tennant’s Time Lord. The Doctor takes Martha to Elizabethan England, where Shakespeare is controlled by witch-like creatures. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

02:30 Where The Heart Is – New Moon Arising (S3E8/14) (SD) A baby is abandoned on the steps of the medical centre, Stephen takes Jacqui on a moonlit walk in the country and Vic helps Sandra in her hour of need. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

03:20 Fresh Fields – A Dickens of a Christmas (S3E7/7) (SD) Emma has to rearrange her plans for the festive period, leaving Hester and William wondering who’ll help them consume all the extra food and drink they’ve bought. 

Sunday August 16, 2020 

07:10 The Bill – A Glimmer of Hope (S22E29/422) (SD) Gritty police drama series. Amy Tennant’s father arrives at the station to tell Manson that a man has called a local paper claiming to have the child. (Subtitled) 

08:00 The Bill – To Be a Hero (S22E30/422) (SD) Police drama series. Ackland and Valentine watch in horror as Hardy risks his life to save someone trapped in a burning building. Sim passes her Sergeant’s exam. (Subtitled) 

09:00 The Bill – Echoes (Part 1) (S22E31/422) (SD) Top cop drama. Webb realises that he knows the parents of two missing sisters, when Smithy conducts a briefing which has links to the Amy Tennant case. (Subtitled) 

10:00 The Bill – Echoes (Part 2) (S22E32/422) (SD) Action from Sun Hill. Questioned by Sim, an 11-year-old girl admits to beating her younger sister – who is fighting for her life in intensive care. (Subtitled) 

11:00 Bramwell (S3E3/10) (SD) Tragedy strikes for Marsham when he learns his wife has breast cancer, making him feel guilty for neglecting her – but will Robert and Eleanor perform a life-saving operation? (Widescreen) 

12:00 Bramwell (S3E4/10) (SD) Eleanor is flattered by the attentions of charming Dr Hunter, at least on first impressions, but soon changes her opinion when his housekeeper dies suddenly. (Widescreen) 

13:00 Doctor Finlay – Winning the Peace (S1E3/6) (SD) The doctor is summoned by farmer’s wife Mrs Henderson, who presents him with a puzzling case to solve involving her son, while Dr Cameron moves to his country cottage. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

14:10 Doctor Finlay – A Bitter Pill (S1E4/6) (SD) Dr Neil is alarmed that medical tests failed to reveal a patient’s illness, and an emergency vaccination programme is set up to deal with a suspected outbreak of smallpox. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

15:20 Call the Midwife (S5E7/8) (SD) The thorny subject of the contraceptive pill causes controversy, with Dr Turner’s support putting him at odds with some of his more traditional colleagues. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

16:40 Call the Midwife (S5E8/8) (SD) Dr Turner realises he may have helped to cause the rise in birth deformities. Sister Evangelina’s health continues to deteriorate and a bride goes into labour. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

18:00 Keeping Up Appearances – The Rolls Royce (New Car) (S5E9/11) (SD) Comedy at the expense of that outrageous snob Hyacinth Bucket. Hyacinth decides that a new car is in order and aims rather higher than most people. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

18:40 Keeping Up Appearances – The Hostess (S5E10/11) (SD) Cringe-inducing laughs in the great sitcom with Patricia Routledge. Hyacinth decides to share her undoubted experience of being a perfect hostess. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

19:25 The Lady Vanishes (2013) (S1E1/1) (SD) A socialite investigates the disappearance of a fellow train passenger, whom everyone else on board denies ever having seen. Mystery, starring Tuppence Middleton. (Widescreen) 

21:20 My Life Is Murder – Another Bloody Podcast (S1E6/10) (SD) New. Alexa investigates a case that runs the gamut of birth, marriage and murder when a young man is found dead in an alley after a fight at his brother’s wedding. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

22:25 Rebus: Mortal Causes (S1E1/1) (SD) John Hannah stars in the gripping mystery series about an Edinburgh-based detective. A murder and a far-right Nationalist group cause problems for our hero. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

00:25 Silent Witness – Voids (S13E2/5) (SD) A tough case for Emilia Fox and the forensic pathologists. Harry and Nikki try to remain professional when they find themselves on opposite sides of a high-profile job. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

02:35 White Princess – In Bed with the Enemy (S1E1/8) (SD) Historical drama series adapted from Philippa Gregory’s novel. Henry Tudor is set to ascend to the throne, which puts Elizabeth of York in grave danger. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

Monday August 17, 2020 

07:20 Classic EastEnders (S11E96/155) (SD) New. What does a bloke do when he finds his brother’s slept with his wife? Forgive him or kill him? Grant faces his biggest decision yet. (Subtitled) 

07:50 Classic EastEnders (S11E97/155) (SD) New. Sharon asks Michelle for one last favour and Grant has a surprise in store for Nigel. Includes storylines related to issues of race and contains some racist language. (Subtitled) 

08:25 The Bill – The Green Eyed Monster (S22E33/422) (SD) Iconic police drama series. Following an attack on Robert Willis, the team search for a cab driver, who Valentine falsely claims is a witness. (Subtitled) 

09:30 Classic Holby City – Dust Off Your Wings (S10E5/53) (SD) New. Maddy convinces Sam he may have chlamydia, but the tests reveal something worse. Kyla gets through a meeting with the chief executive but has to admit she needs help. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

10:55 Classic Casualty – Too Close for Comfort (S16E35/40) (SD) Comfort finds herself torn between two men. Finlay’s day off doesn’t go according to plan. And back in the emergency department, Jan finally loses her cool. (Subtitled) 

12:00 The Bill – Neglect of Duty (S22E34/422) (SD) Police drama series. Gold hears how Fletcher and Casper are enjoying their sparring at the gym and forces them to enter the inter-services boxing competition. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Classic EastEnders (S11E96/155) (SD) New. What does a bloke do when he finds his brother’s slept with his wife? Forgive him or kill him? Grant faces his biggest decision yet. (Subtitled) 

13:40 Classic EastEnders (S11E97/155) (SD) New. Sharon asks Michelle for one last favour and Grant has a surprise in store for Nigel. Includes storylines related to issues of race and contains some racist language. (Subtitled) 

14:20 London’s Burning (S13E7/16) (SD) Drama series about the firefighters of Blue Watch. The team vow to take revenge after hearing Sally’s devastating revelation. Pearce is forced to face some home truths. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

15:20 Peak Practice – Fight or Flight (S5E14/14) (SD) New. David treats a pilot suffering from what seems to be vertigo, although his dizzy spells could have another cause. (Subtitled) 

16:20 Dangerfield – Adam (S4E7/10) (SD) A press conference is called when a woman mysteriously disappears, but Dangerfield suspects her boyfriend is behind it. (Subtitled) 

17:20 Birds of a Feather – Porridge (S7E5/11) (SD) Sitcom about the two Chigwell sisters, Sharon and Tracey. Sharon is barred from her home, Tracey is thrilled and Dorien has blackmail in mind. 

18:00 Waiting for God – The Promotional Video (S4E6/11) (SD) Retirement home rebellion with that terrible twosome, Diane and Tom. The Board are making a promotional video of Bayview which makes it seem like Hollywood. (Subtitled) 

18:40 ‘Allo ‘Allo! – A Marriage of Inconvenience (S5E6/26) (SD) Refreshingly un-PC comedy. Rene’s friends rally round to try and save him from his impending marriage to the leader of the Communists. (Subtitled) 

19:20 Last of the Summer Wine – Deviations with Davenport (S19E6/11) (SD) Laughs and lovely scenery in the world’s longest-running sitcom. A man writing a guide book on cross-country walks meets the perfect local expert. (Subtitled) 

20:00 Father Brown – The Eagle And The Daw (S5E6/16) (SD) Period drama series. When an old foe tells him that she has arranged the death of her former lover, Father Brown finds himself blamed for the murder. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

21:00 Father Brown – The Smallest Of Things (S5E7/16) (SD) Period drama series with the sleuthing cleric. Past and present collide when Father Brown investigates the macabre world of dollhouse crime scenes. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:00 New Tricks – Communal Living (S5E7/9) (SD) More adventures with the ageing team of sleuths. As Brian struggles to control and conceal his desire to drink again, he finds the perfect refuge in a commune. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

23:10 Silent Witness – Fraternity (S17E5/10) (SD) A feature-length forensics mystery for Emilia Fox and team. The murder of a schoolgirl forces Jack to confront his troubled past, alienating him from the team. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:20 The Bill – Neglect of Duty (S22E34/422) (SD) Police drama series. Gold hears how Fletcher and Casper are enjoying their sparring at the gym and forces them to enter the inter-services boxing competition. (Subtitled) 

02:30 Birds of a Feather – Porridge (S7E5/11) (SD) Sitcom about the two Chigwell sisters, Sharon and Tracey. Sharon is barred from her home, Tracey is thrilled and Dorien has blackmail in mind. 

03:05 White Princess – Hearts and Minds (S1E2/8) (SD) Follow-up series to The White Queen, based on Philippa Gregory’s novel. As King Henry VII tours the kingdom, Lizzie’s pregnancy complicates her loyalties. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

Tuesday August 18, 2020 

07:20 Classic EastEnders (S11E98/155) (SD) New. Grant is still at Nigel’s and has outstayed his welcome, so he returns to the Vic. Nellie’s husband has died. Includes storylines related to issues of race and some racist language. (Subtitled) 

07:50 Classic EastEnders (S11E99/155) (SD) New. Grant and Michelle are at each other’s throats and Pauline plans a trip down memory lane. Includes storylines related to issues of race and contains some racist language. (Subtitled) 

08:25 The Bill – Neglect of Duty (S22E34/422) (SD) Police drama series. Gold hears how Fletcher and Casper are enjoying their sparring at the gym and forces them to enter the inter-services boxing competition. (Subtitled) 

09:30 Classic Holby City – Unfinished Symphony (S10E6/53) (SD) New. Sam tells Maddy and Elliot he’s all-clear, but they don’t believe he’s collected his results. Donna sees the new locum consultant being beaten up in the car park. (Widescreen) 

10:55 Classic Casualty – The Sting (S16E36/40) (SD) Jan finds that she is no longer in the hot seat when Max’s past is dragged through the press. Meanwhile, Max finds himself performing emergency surgery. (Subtitled) 

12:00 The Bill – Pursuit (S22E35/422) (SD) Drama from Sun Hill. Gold pairs Fletcher and Keane on a capture car initiative, which leads to the pair going out for a drink. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Classic EastEnders (S11E98/155) (SD) New. Grant is still at Nigel’s and has outstayed his welcome, so he returns to the Vic. Nellie’s husband has died. Includes storylines related to issues of race and some racist language. (Subtitled) 

13:40 Classic EastEnders (S11E99/155) (SD) New. Grant and Michelle are at each other’s throats and Pauline plans a trip down memory lane. Includes storylines related to issues of race and contains some racist language. (Subtitled) 

14:20 London’s Burning (S13E8/16) (SD) More blazing drama with the busiest firefighters on the box. A warehouse inferno leads to tragedy when George is caught in a collapse. Recall gets a surprise visitor. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

15:20 Peak Practice – All Fall Down (S6E1/14) (SD) New. David and Andrew strive to convince the authorities that mass inoculation is the only way to prevent a meningitis outbreak sweeping through Cardale. 

16:20 Dangerfield – Contact (S4E8/10) (SD) A teenage boy arrested for possessing Ecstasy collapses in a police cell. At first it is assumed he has taken an overdose, but it emerges he is suffering from a mystery illness. (Subtitled) 

17:20 Birds of a Feather – Rising Damp (S7E6/11) (SD) Sitcom about the Essex sisters Sharon and Tracey. With Darryl back in prison, Tracey decides to kick over the traces. Sharon launches a campaign to free Chris. 

18:00 Waiting for God – Adult Education (S4E7/11) (SD) Pensioners behaving badly – the retirement home sitcom which paved the way for ‘One Foot in the Grave’. Tom and Diana ask for a life model for their art class. (Subtitled) 

18:40 ‘Allo ‘Allo! – Post-Matrimonial Depression (S5E7/26) (SD) Bawdy wartime sitcom. More laughs from the French cafe as Rene disguises himself as his father in order to escape the wrath of Denise Laroque. (Subtitled) 

19:20 Last of the Summer Wine – According to the Prophet Bickerdyke (S19E7/11) (SD) Laughs with the rambling old lads of Yorkshire. Compo, Clegg and Foggy are intrigued by Gunnershaw, who has some world-shattering information. (Subtitled) 

20:00 Father Brown – The Crimson Feather (S5E8/16) (SD) Period drama series with the sleuthing cleric. When Mrs McCarthy’s goddaughter goes missing, Father Brown follows her trail to a risque gentlemen’s club. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

21:00 Father Brown – The Lepidopterist’s Companion (S5E9/16) (SD) Drama series with the curious cleric. When Mrs McCarthy takes over the running of the mobile library, Father Brown discovers a shocking secret. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:00 New Tricks – Mad Dogs (S5E8/9) (SD) The hugely popular crime caper teaming up Likely Lad James Bolam with Minder Dennis Waterman. The team re-investigate the medical trial death of soldier Eric Trimble. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

23:15 Silent Witness – Sniper’s Nest (S18E1/5) (SD) Emilia Fox stars in a thrilling feature-length episode. When three people are shot in a petrol station the team faces a sniper at large in London. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:35 The Bill – Pursuit (S22E35/422) (SD) Drama from Sun Hill. Gold pairs Fletcher and Keane on a capture car initiative, which leads to the pair going out for a drink. (Subtitled) 

02:35 White Princess – Burgundy (S1E3/8) (SD) The historical drama series adapted from Philippa Gregory’s novel about Elizabeth of York. Lizzie gives birth to Prince Arthur, and finds common ground with Henry. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

Wednesday August 19, 2020 

07:20 Classic EastEnders (S11E100/155) (SD) New. Sanjay plans to fight the racists, but they don’t turn up. Grant takes his mum to the Vic, he and Sharon pretend everything is alright. Natalie tells Bianca she’s seeing a married man. (Subtitled) 

07:50 Classic EastEnders (S11E101/155) (SD) New. Arthur’s hopes for a second honeymoon are shattered when Nellie plays the tragedy Queen. Sharon’s hopes to revive her marriage are crushed when Grant gets the law on his side. (Subtitled) 

08:30 The Bill – Pursuit (S22E35/422) (SD) Drama from Sun Hill. Gold pairs Fletcher and Keane on a capture car initiative, which leads to the pair going out for a drink. (Subtitled) 

09:30 Classic Holby City – Someone to Watch Over Me (S10E7/53) (SD) New. Sam cannot concentrate after his diagnosis, but has to continue work due to a staff shortage. Mark too is overstretched, and his drug habit leads to paranoia. (Subtitled) (Widescreen) 

10:55 Classic Casualty – Denial (S16E37/40) (SD) Locum consultant Harry Harper arrives in the department and finds himself interviewing Simon and Lara for the registrar’s job – but Lara gets off to a bad start. (Subtitled) 

12:00 The Bill – Up Against the Wall (S22E36/422) (SD) Police drama series. Keane tells Fletcher that their kiss was a mistake. Nadir and Phil Hunter investigate a counterfeit perfume racket. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Classic EastEnders (S11E100/155) (SD) New. Sanjay plans to fight the racists, but they don’t turn up. Grant takes his mum to the Vic, he and Sharon pretend everything is alright. Natalie tells Bianca she’s seeing a married man. (Subtitled) 

13:40 Classic EastEnders (S11E101/155) (SD) New. Arthur’s hopes for a second honeymoon are shattered when Nellie plays the tragedy Queen. Sharon’s hopes to revive her marriage are crushed when Grant gets the law on his side. (Subtitled) 

14:20 London’s Burning (S13E9/16) (SD) Another shift with the firefighters from Blue Watch. Sally faces her worst nightmare when she is confronted by a face from the past. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

15:20 Peak Practice – Through a Glass Darkly (S6E2/14) (SD) New. Erica is left traumatised by a meeting with her natural father, while Andrew regrets inviting David to go house-hunting with him. 

16:20 Dangerfield – Lasting Relief (S4E9/10) (SD) Paul’s examination of a cancer victim’s body reveals signs pointing to euthanasia, and matters are complicated by the fact that the doctor he suspects is an old friend. (Subtitled) 

17:20 Birds of a Feather – Three Up, Two Down (S7E7/11) (SD) The Essex sibling sitcom with Chigwell’s Sharon and Tracey. With their business in ruins, Sharon and Tracey take drastic measures to sort out their future. 

18:00 Waiting for God – Sent to Coventry (S4E8/11) (SD) The great Graham Crowden, famous for playing an outrageous Doctor Who villain, is an anarchic OAP in the senior citizen sitcom. Slimy Harvey fakes a breakdown. (Subtitled) 

18:40 ‘Allo ‘Allo! – The Long-Distance Duck (S5E8/26) (SD) Another wartime comedy that ran for longer than the war itself! Rene shows some alarming physical symptoms as the pressures of his life take their toll. (Subtitled) 

19:20 Last of the Summer Wine – Next Kiss Please (S19E8/11) (SD) The continuing adventures of Yorkshire’s finest overgrown schoolboys. Despite his knowledge of Nora Batty’s feelings towards him, Compo makes a rather rash bet. (Subtitled) 

20:00 Father Brown – The Alchemist’s Secret (S5E10/16) (SD) Mark Williams stars as the crime-solving priest, who this time sets out to protect an old friend by investigating a 300-year-old secret hidden in a university. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

21:00 Father Brown – The Sins Of Others (S5E11/16) (SD) The priest has his work cut out thanks to Sid, who is released from prison, but then accused of murdering his former defence barrister in a ghastly manner. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:00 New Tricks – The War Against Drugs (S6E1/8) (SD) Adventures with those amiable middle-aged sleuths. Brian reluctantly goes into rehab, but is soon investigating the death of a drug addict at the clinic. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

23:20 Silent Witness – Falling Angels (S18E2/5) (SD) A feature-length episode of the forensic crime drama. Nikki and Jack investigate a series of murders linked to the London Underground. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:40 The Bill – Up Against the Wall (S22E36/422) (SD) Police drama series. Keane tells Fletcher that their kiss was a mistake. Nadir and Phil Hunter investigate a counterfeit perfume racket. (Subtitled) 

02:35 White Princess – The Pretender (S1E4/8) (SD) The sequel to The White Queen continues. While King Henry is back on the battlefield, Lizzie learns that the threats they face may be closer to home. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

Thursday August 20, 2020 

07:20 Classic EastEnders (S11E102/155) (SD) New. Nellie meets her arch enemy and is forced to face up to an unhappy past. Ruth bites off more than she can chew, and Mark does a spot of DIY. (Subtitled) 

07:50 Classic EastEnders (S11E103/155) (SD) New. Nellie makes an important decision. Grant continues to make Sharon’s life a misery. Mark gets on the wrong side of Ruth and Gita gives Sanjay a new sense of direction. (Subtitled) 

08:25 The Bill – Up Against the Wall (S22E36/422) (SD) Police drama series. Keane tells Fletcher that their kiss was a mistake. Nadir and Phil Hunter investigate a counterfeit perfume racket. (Subtitled) 

09:30 Classic Holby City – Mirror Man (S10E8/53) (SD) New. Mark makes a near-fatal mistake at work, but continues to deny he has a drug problem – until Chrissie finds a stash of cocaine in his desk. (Widescreen) 

10:55 Classic Casualty – Taking It All Back to the Streets (S16E38/40) (SD) Emergency services clash in the hospital drama. A shooting brings DI Collier back to the hospital. Lara threatens to reveal his secret to his staff. (Subtitled) 

12:00 The Bill – Too Little, Too Late (Part 1) (S22E37/422) (SD) Another visit to Sun Hill. Webb’s friend Fern tells him that her violent husband has moved back into the family home. Bryant’s son is arrested. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Classic EastEnders (S11E102/155) (SD) New. Nellie meets her arch enemy and is forced to face up to an unhappy past. Ruth bites off more than she can chew, and Mark does a spot of DIY. (Subtitled) 

13:40 Classic EastEnders (S11E103/155) (SD) New. Nellie makes an important decision. Grant continues to make Sharon’s life a misery. Mark gets on the wrong side of Ruth and Gita gives Sanjay a new sense of direction. (Subtitled) 

14:20 London’s Burning (S13E10/16) (SD) Drama series about the firefighters of Blue Watch. A discovery at the tunnel inferno leaves the Watch battling for their own safety. Adam faces an agonising dilemma. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

15:20 Peak Practice – A Matter of Principle (S6E3/14) (SD) New. David takes on the local health authority, outraged that they won’t operate on a Down’s syndrome heart patient. 

16:20 Dangerfield – And Lips That We Might Tell (S4E10/10) (SD) Paul is reluctantly drawn into a complicated crash investigation, becoming the target of a disturbed woman who turns up at the surgery baying for blood. (Subtitled) 

17:20 Birds of a Feather – Are You Being Served? (S7E8/11) (SD) Sitcom with the Chigwell sisters. Sharon decides that a baby will make her life complete, but Tracey thinks it is a stupid idea and the pair fall out. 

18:00 Waiting for God – Waterworks (S4E9/11) (SD) The comedy set in a retirement home with the great Graham Crowden. Diana thinks Tom has a girlfriend – but then discovers he’s got trouble in the waterworks department! (Subtitled) 

18:40 ‘Allo ‘Allo! – The Generals’ Conference (S5E9/26) (SD) More of David Croft’s wartime comedy in which no nation is spared ridicule. Unlikely Romeo Rene goes into action to photograph invasion plans. (Subtitled) 

19:20 Last of the Summer Wine – Destiny and Six Bananas (S19E9/11) (SD) The much-loved sitcom set in beautiful Yorkshire. When something horrible stirs in the woods, it turns out to be the moment Foggy has been waiting for. (Subtitled) 

20:00 Father Brown – The Theatre Of The Invisible (S5E12/16) (SD) When popular radio quiz Up To You comes to Kembleford, the sleuthing padre suspects that one of the cast are responsible for their landlady’s murder. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

21:00 Father Brown – The Tanganyika Green (S5E13/16) (SD) GK Chesterton’s sleuthing padre gets involved once again to investigate the murder of a Colonial Postal Service officer, when the fair comes to Kembleford. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:00 New Tricks – The Truth Is Out There (S6E2/8) (SD) Another case for our favourite middle-aged detectives. The team investigate a cover-up which conspiracy theorists think is linked to a crash-landed UFO. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

23:20 Silent Witness – Protection (S18E3/5) (SD) A disturbing forensics mystery for Emilia Fox and team. When the body of a suspected paedophile is found in a playground, the death is linked to a missing child. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:40 The Bill – Too Little, Too Late (Part 1) (S22E37/422) (SD) Another visit to Sun Hill. Webb’s friend Fern tells him that her violent husband has moved back into the family home. Bryant’s son is arrested. (Subtitled) 

02:50 White Princess – Traitors (S1E5/8) (SD) Jodie Comer stars in the drama series adapted from Philippa Gregory’s novel. Lizzie must deal with her mother’s defiant defense of the York cause. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

Friday August 21, 2020 

07:20 Classic EastEnders (S11E104/155) (SD) New. Bianca invites Pat to tea. Nellie has moved in with Jules. Phil tells Kathy he’s being discharged from hospital. Cindy visits Matt at the swimming pool. (Subtitled) 

07:50 Classic EastEnders (S11E105/155) (SD) New. David tells Nellie the Fowlers are glad she’s gone. Gita receives anonymous phone call, Phil leaves hospital with Grant and Peggy, and Bianca wants to meet Natalie’s secret boyfriend. (Subtitled) 

08:25 The Bill – Too Little, Too Late (Part 1) (S22E37/422) (SD) Another visit to Sun Hill. Webb’s friend Fern tells him that her violent husband has moved back into the family home. Bryant’s son is arrested. (Subtitled) 

09:30 Classic Holby City – The Reckoning (S10E9/53) (SD) New. Elliot is in a terrible mood after learning of James’s arrest – which has repercussions for the rest of the staff when he takes it out on the already stressed STI nurse Tim. (Widescreen) 

10:55 Classic Casualty – Broken Hearts (S16E39/40) (SD) Lara fights for her life at the hands of David Collier. Roxy’s plans to accompany Simon to his brother’s wedding are dashed by a fight in reception. (Subtitled) 

12:00 The Bill – Too Little, Too Late (Part 2) (S22E38/422) (SD) Police drama. Webb arrests his friend Fern for killing her husband, but under interview she admits that Webb told her to say it was self-defence. (Subtitled) 

13:00 Classic EastEnders (S11E104/155) (SD) New. Bianca invites Pat to tea. Nellie has moved in with Jules. Phil tells Kathy he’s being discharged from hospital. Cindy visits Matt at the swimming pool. (Subtitled) 

13:40 Classic EastEnders (S11E105/155) (SD) New. David tells Nellie the Fowlers are glad she’s gone. Gita receives anonymous phone call, Phil leaves hospital with Grant and Peggy, and Bianca wants to meet Natalie’s secret boyfriend. (Subtitled) 

14:20 London’s Burning (S13E11/16) (SD) More drama with the firefighters of Blue Watch. Disaster strikes Pearce’s plans for a perfect christening. George comes face to face with his past. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) 

15:20 Peak Practice – The Good Son (S6E4/14) (SD) New. A local lad returns to Cardale after travelling the world, but it soon becomes clear he’s got something to hide. A phone call from his sister shatters Andrew’s happiness. 

16:20 Dangerfield – Local Colour (S5E1/12) (SD) Dr Jonathan Paige’s first case at the health centre involves a drunken teenager in a bloodstained shirt, and brings him into conflict with DI Gillian Cramer. (Widescreen) 

17:20 Birds of a Feather – Never the Twain (S7E9/11) (SD) Comedy with the two sisters from Chigwell, Sharon and Tracey. Sharon and Tracey attempt to visit their husbands in their new prison. 

18:00 Waiting for God – The Conference (S4E10/11) (SD) Oh dear, it comes to us all. The retirement home sitcom. Tom has prostate problems, but Diana wonders why the doctor isn’t quite telling him everything. (Subtitled) 

18:40 ‘Allo ‘Allo! – Rene under an Assumed Nose (S5E10/26) (SD) Is it le fin for Rene in the wartime sitcom? Monsieur Leclerc comes to the rescue when orders are given for Rene to be arrested and shot. (Subtitled) 

19:20 Last of the Summer Wine – A Sidecar Named Desire (S19E10/11) (SD) Laughs with the old boys of Yorkshire, not forgetting their long-suffering lady friends. Compo’s memory is stirred when he travels by motorbike and sidecar. (Subtitled) 

20:00 Father Brown – The Fire In The Sky (S5E14/16) (SD) The padre has his work cut out when the discovery of a body in a locked room prompts local speculation to mount that Kembleford is under threat of an alien invasion. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

21:00 Father Brown – The Penitent Man (S5E15/16) (SD) Flambeau is incarcerated under suspicion of murder, but denies killing his cohort Flynn, and asks Father Brown to hear his confession if he is convicted. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

22:00 New Tricks – Fresh Starts (S6E3/8) (SD) A fresh mystery to be cracked by our favourite bunch of veteran detectives. The team exhumes a car crash victim after her husband claims to have seen her alive. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

23:20 Silent Witness – Squaring the Circle (S18E4/5) (SD) Emilia Fox stars in a feature-length forensics drama. Nikki and Jack work with young DI Sarah Parks to ascertain the identity of a dead hitman. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

01:40 The Bill – Too Little, Too Late (Part 2) (S22E38/422) (SD) Police drama. Webb arrests his friend Fern for killing her husband, but under interview she admits that Webb told her to say it was self-defence. (Subtitled) 

02:45 White Princess – English Blood on English Soil (S1E6/8) (SD) The drama series adapted from Philippa Gregory’s novel continues. Lizzie and Henry head to Spain in an attempt to secure their son’s betrothal. (Subtitled) (Audio Described) (Widescreen) 

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