TV Guide 2019-06-29

Two new shows from Channel 4 this week. Kirstie's Celebrity Craft Masters (weekdays) sees Kirstie Allsopp challenge famous faces to do something crafty. In the Friday night post-pub slot, Shipmates O'Mine sees twentysomethings party on a lavish cruise liner, and compete to be the most popular team.

Something more restrained on Channel 5, The Great Garden Challenge (Tue), where Nicki Chapman and Diarmuid Gavin transform unloved spaces.

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Contents

Saturday 29 June

  • The Dog Ate My Homework (BBC2, 7.25) Repeats from CBBC.
  • Junior Bake Off (Good Food, 8am) Five more episodes from 2011.
  • Double Dare (Nickelodeon, 10am).
  • Me and My Dog (BBC2, 11am) Repeat from last year.
  • Four in a Bed (C4, 11.25) Five episodes.
  • The Chase With Celebrities (Pick, 3pm) Three episodes.
  • Kaun Banega Crorepati (Sony Entertainment TV, 3.30) India's version of Millionaire.
  • Tipping Point (ITV, 4.30), The Chase (ITV, 5.30).
  • Portrait Artist of the Year (C4, 5pm).

Primetime

  • Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule (ITV, 6.45) Chris Packham, Chelsee Healey, the Krankies, Pam St Clement.
  • Pointless Celebrities (BBC1, 6.50) Aughts, a repeat.
  • The Chase Night (Challenge, from 7pm) Ten years ago tonight, The Beast walked out to take on four challengers. The rest is history, as these eleven episodes - handpicked at random from series 3 - will prove.
  • Sion a Si├ón (S4C, 7pm) A repeat from 2016.
  • Stephen Mulhern's Catchphrase (ITV, 7.15).
  • Dance India Dance (Zee TV, 7.30) A new series.
  • The Hit List (BBC1, 7.45) Last in the series. Subject to delay or cancellation if Gaby Logan's The World Cup goes to extra time or penalties.
  • The Voice Kids (ITV, 8pm) Last of the auditions.
  • Oci Oci Oci! (S4C, 9pm) This week, from Newcastle Emlyn.
  • Love Island Unseen Bits (ITV2 and VM2, 9pm) The Fabulous Iain Stirling recaps the week.

Weekend repeats

Saturday

  • Radio 4 Brain (R4, 11pm) From Monday.

Sunday

  • I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (Radio 4, 12.04) From Monday.
  • Alien Fun Capsule (ITV, 1.45) From last night.
  • The Crystal Maze (E4, 5.20) From Channel 4 on Friday.
  • A Question of Sport (BBC1, 11.30) From Friday.

Sunday 30 June

  • Double Dare (Nickelodeon, 10am).
  • Dragons' Den (BBC2, 7pm).
  • Y Talwrn (R Cymru, 7.05).
  • Dance India Dance (Zee TV, 7.30).
  • Gino's Win Your Wish List (C5, 8pm) Five drag queens from Newcastle.
  • Love Island (ITV2 and VM2, 9pm) Followed by Aftersun at 10pm.

Weekday Daytimes

  • Come Dine with Me (C4, 12.05).
  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 12.15; Wales not Tu, not We).
  • Dickinson's Real Deal (ITV, 2pm).
  • Countdown (C4, 2.10) The new series begins with Richard Arnold (Mo), Suzi Perry (Tu-Fr).
  • Tenable (ITV, 3pm).
  • Tipping Point (ITV, 4pm) Repeats.
  • The Chase (ITV, 5pm) Repeats.
  • Kirstie's Celebrity Craft Masters (C4, 5pm) Kirstie Allsopp challenges famous faces to do something crafty.
  • Horrible Histories Gory Games (CBBC, 6pm) No Pointless for the next two weeks, it's Wimbledon time.
  • Love Island (ITV2 and VM2, 9pm).

Monday 1 July - Canada Day

  • Jackpot 247 (ITV in England and Wales, 12.45am) It's the last visit to the virtual casino, ITV has ended its arrangement with this teleshopping provider.
  • Brain 2019 (Radio 4, 3pm) Semi-final 3.
  • I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (Radio 4, 6.30) From Doncaster, it's Tim Brooke-Taylor, Tony Hawks, Pippa Evans, and Richard Osman. Jack Dee continues to occupy the host's seat.
  • Room 101 (BBC1, 8.30; not Wales) A repeat with Dame Sandi Toksvig.
  • Would I Lie to You (BBC1, 9.30) A repeat with Ore Oduba.
  • Hey Tracey (ITV2, 10pm).
  • 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (C4, 10.35).
  • Have I Got Old News for You (BBC1, 11pm; NI 11.30) From October 2018, with Alexander Armstrong.

Tuesday 2 July

  • Genius (Radio 4 Extra, 4pm) Charlie Brooker, in a show from 2007.
  • The Great Garden Challenge (C5, 8pm) Nicki Chapman and Diarmuid Gavin transform unloved spaces.
  • Master of Photography (Artsworld, 8pm) Women in power; last in the series.
  • Hot Property (BBC II! on BBC1, 10.35; Wales 11.05, NI 11.45).

Wednesday 3 July

  • The 99p Challenge (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm).
  • Last Commanders (CBBC, 5.30 and 7.35) The final shutdown.
  • Dinner Date (ITVBe, 8pm) Hayley.
  • Taskmaster (Dave, 9pm) The contest continues.
  • The Challenge War of the Worlds (MTV, 9pm).
  • Celebability (ITV2, 10pm) With Mark Francis, Harriet Kemsley, Lloyd Griffith, Snoochie Shy.

Thursday 4 July

  • Booked (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm) From February 1997.
  • Takeshi's Castle (Comedy Central, 8pm) Stephen Bailey co-commentates.
  • Test Drive (BBC Scotland, 8.30).
  • Elephant in the Room (Radio 4, 11pm) Jenny Eclair, Ayesha Hazarika, Hayley Ellis, Alun Cochrane are this week's panel.
  • For Facts Sake (RTE1, 11.15).

Friday 5 July

  • Say the Word (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm) Verbal quiz from 2001.
  • Breaking the News (Radio Scotland, 1.30) Neil Delamere, Marjolein Robertson, Jim Smith, Amna Saleem.
  • The Crystal Maze (C4, 8pm) Celebrities: Vic Reeves, Ferne McCann, Graeme Swann, Susan Calman, Nancy Sorrell.
  • Shipmates O'Mine (C4, 11.05) Twentysomethings party on a lavish cruise liner, and compete to be the most popular team. Winners go on holiday to Bali.
  • Room 101 Extra Storage (BBC1, 11.20) Extended version of Monday's repeat.

Sign language interpretation

  • Fferm Ffactor (S4C, 10am Sat).
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