TV Guide 2015-04-11

ITV gets a new Saturday line-up. Britain's Got Talent (8pm) is bookended by action course Ninja Warrior UK (7pm) and sports panel game Play to the Whistle (9.20). Opposite this: Pointless Celebrities (6.55). There's also a new run of Virtually Famous (E4, Mon), Wild Things gets a post-watershed mix (The Satellite Channel, Thu), Spike TV launches with a few imported game shows, and BBC Young Dancer 2015 (BBC4, Fri) begins.

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Schedules are accurate at the time of publication; check against EPG for late changes.


Saturday 11 April

  • Fighting Talk (Radio 5, 11am) Georgie Ainslie.
  • The Munch Box (CITV, 12 noon).
  • Michael Roux's Service (BBC2, 12.30) Repeat from 2012.
  • Fort Boyard Ultimate Challenge (CITV, 1pm).
  • Dinner Date (ITVBe, 2pm) Six episodes.
  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 3.30).
  • Pop Idle Us (3e, 4pm).
  • Big Star's Little Star (ITV, 4.05; UTV Ireland 4.30) Repeat from Wednesday.
  • The University Challenge Boat Races (BBC1, 4.15; also Eurosport 5.45) Defending champions Oxford take on this year's challengers, Cambridge. Main event kicks off at 4.50, with the blokes following an hour later.
  • Fifteen to One The Celebrity Edition (C4, 5.15) Repeat.
  • Come Dine with Me (More4, 5.15) Five episodes from Glasgow.
  • Eggheads (BBC2 Wales, 5.30) Postponed from yesterday.


  • Pointless Celebrities (BBC1, 6.55) Anne Diamond and Nick Owen, Jedward, Mark Foster and Kelly Sotherton, Katherine Ryan and Russell Kane.
  • Ninja Warrior UK (ITV, 7pm; also UTV Ireland) Ben Shephard, Rochelle Humes, Chris Kamara, the toughest obstacle course this side of Holcombe Moor.
  • Britain's Got Talent (ITV, 8pm; also TV3). It's a "new series" from me. Britain's Got More Talent follows on ITV2 and TV3.
  • Côr Cymru (S4C, 8pm) Male voice choirs.
  • The Whole 19 Yards (UTV Ireland, 8pm).
  • The Million Euro Challenge (RTE1, 8.15).
  • In It to Win It (BBC1, 8.30) Playalong on Superer Ceefax 601.
  • Play to the Whistle (ITV, 9.20; UTV Ireland, 10pm) A sports panel game, hosted by Holly Willoughby, with Peter Crouch, Paddy McGuinness, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan. Couldn't they book any women?

Sunday 12 April

  • Fort Boyard Ultimate Challenge (CITV, 1pm).
  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 1.15).
  • Britain's Got Talent (ITV, 2.30).
  • Four in a Bed (More4, 2.35) Five episodes. Followed by fives of Come Dine with Me at 5.15.
  • Famous Family Fortunes (ITV, 3.50).
  • Ninja Warrior UK (ITV, 4.35).
  • Pointless Celebrities (BBC1, 5.15) 1990s, previously shown on 4 October.


  • The Chase With Celebrities (ITV, 6.30) Greg Rutherford, Lesley Joseph, Matt Wolfenden, Chris Kamara.
  • RTE The Voice of Holland of Ireland (RTE1, 6.30).
  • Three in a Bed (C4, 7pm).
  • Y Talwrn (Radio Cymru, 7pm).
  • Wild Things (The Satellite Channel, 7pm).
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 7.30) First semi-final.
  • Busker Abu (TG4, 8.30).

Weekday Daytimes

  • Come Dine with Me (C4, 10.30) Five episodes.
  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 12.15).
  • The Edge (BBC1, 2.15).
  • Countdown (C4, 2.10) Janet Street-Porter becomes Phil Hammond on Wednesday.
  • Dickinson's Real Deal (ITV, 3pm; UTV Ireland, 4.30).
  • Deal or No Deal (C4, 3pm).
  • Tipping Point (ITV, 4pm).
  • Come Dine with Me (C4, 4pm).
  • The Chase (ITV, 5pm; UTV Ireland 5.30).
  • Pointless (BBC1, 5.15). Repeats.
  • Coach Trip (C4, 5.30) We start in Zagreb.
  • Eggheads (BBC2, 6pm). Repeats.
  • Dinner Date (ITVBe, 6pm).
  • Scrapheap Challenge (Quest, 7pm).

Monday 13 April

  • Brain of Britain (Radio 4, 3pm) Fourth semi-final.
  • Dilemma (Radio 4, 6.30) Lucy Porter, Andy Zaltzman, Shaun Keaveny, Jack Monroe.
  • University Challenge (BBC2, 8pm) The grand final.
  • The Biggest Loser Us (UK Living, 8pm).
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 9pm).
  • Virtually Famous (E4, 10pm).
  • Have I Got a Bit More News for You (BBC1, 10.45; NI 11.15, Wales 11.45).

Tuesday 14 April

  • Hidden Treasures (Radio 4 Extra, 4pm) Antiques quiz, heard on Radio 4 in April 1998.
  • Fi Yw'r Bos (S4C, 5pm).
  • Hell's Kitchen Us (ITV2, 9pm).
  • Killer Magic (BBC3, 10pm) Time.

Wednesday 15 April

  • Celwydd Noeth (S4C, 6.30) Another chance to spot the barefaced lie.
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 8pm) Scraps, trimmings, and leftovers.
  • Dinner Date (ITVBe, 8pm) Rob from Essex.
  • The Quizeum (BBC4, 8.30) This week, the Foundling Museum.
  • The Chase With Celebrities (ITV4, 9pm).
  • Lip Sync Battle (Spike, 9.30) Competitive karaoke, without the singing. Imported from California.
  • QI (BBC2, 10pm; not NI) Lovely.
  • A Question of Sport (BBC1, 10.45; Scotland 11.40; NI 12.20) Kevin Phillips, Gail Emms, Mick Fitzgerald, Colin Jackson.

Thursday 16 April

  • The Face Australia (UK Living, 8pm)
  • Celebrity Juice (ITV2, 10pm).
  • Wild Things: Absolutely Livid (The Satellite Channel, 10pm) A post-watershed version of the woodland critter show. May be a bit sweary.

Friday 17 April

  • The Good, The Bad and The Unexpected (Radio Scotland, 1.30) Jo Caulfield, Keiron Nicholson, Stephen rant, Mick Ferry.
  • The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC, 4.55) In this compilation episode, Stirling Holmes tries to solve the Case of the Missing Homework.
  • Celwydd Noeth (S4C, 6.30).
  • A Question of Sport (BBC1 NI, South East, South West, East, West, Midlands, London, 7.30).
  • BBC Young Dancer 2015 (BBC4, 8pm) The contemporary final, not live from Newport.
  • Frankenfood (Spike, 8pm) Travelling New York in search of strange dishes. Part 1 of over 9000.
  • Relatively Clever (The Satellite Channel, 8pm) Clipston versus ben Abdallah.
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 8.30).
  • Have I Got News for You (BBC1, 9pm) Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts, with John Prescott bringing his croquet set.
  • Would I Lie to You? (BBC1, 11.25).

Sign language interpretation

No game shows are translated this week.

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