TV Guide 2021-03-20

A quieter week for game shows. This is My House (BBC1, Wed) mixes property showoffs, deception, and Stacey Dooley. Great Local Menu (BBC2, from Wed) is back for another series, only feels like five minutes since the last one ended.

Final of The Voice of This Territory (ITV, Sat), which will surprise everyone because apparently there is some competition after the spinning chairs. All Star Musicals (ITV, Sun) features lots of great stars, and Robert Peston.

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


Saturday 20 March

  • Fighting Talk (Radio 5, 11am).
  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 1.15; not Wales).
  • Four in a Bed (C4, 1.20) Five episodes.


  • Celebrity Mastermind (BBC1, 5.30) Amanda Abbington (Phoebe from Friends), Rick Edwards (An American Werewolf in London), Richard Blackwood (Bon Jovi), Laura Tobin (the octopus).
  • Catchpoint (BBC1, 6pm).
  • The Wall (BBC1, 6.30) Teachers from Essex.
  • Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (VM2 and ITV, 7pm) Cat Deeley's pranked, there's a new edition of Chums, and Stephen Mulhern is in the same studio as Romesh Ranganathan.
  • The Voice of This Territory (ITV, 8.30; VM1, 6.05 Sun) The not live final.
  • QI XL (BBC2, 9pm)
  • Love Island Down Under (ITV2, 9pm).

Weekend repeats


  • Drawers Off (4seven, 9am) Five episodes from the week.
  • Breaking the News (Radio Scotland, 11.30am) From Friday.
  • Interior Design Masters (BBC2, 6pm) From Tuesday.
  • Round the Islands Quiz (R4, 11pm) From Monday.


  • Just a Minute (Radio 4, 12.04) From last Monday.

Sunday 21 March

  • Don't Unleash the Beast (ITV Breakfast Broadcasting and CITV, 8.30am).
  • The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC, 9.50).
  • Got Talent Acts that Stormed the World (ITV, 1.40) A clip show of great auditions from around the world.


  • All Star Musicals (ITV, 6.30) John Barrowman hosts as Ranj Singh, Robert Peston, Rob Rinder, Barney Walsh, Jessica Hynes, and Luisa Bradshaw-White perform songs from hit musicals.
  • Y Talwrn (R Cymru, 7pm).
  • The Circle (C4, 10pm) The arc continues.

Weekday Daytimes

  • Bargain Hunt (BBC1, 12.15; Wales not Mo).
  • Countdown (C4, 2.10) With Paul Zenon (Mo-Tu), Konnie Huq (We-Fr).
  • !mpossible (BBC1, 2.15; Scot 3pm Tu, 1.45 We; Fr 1.45 everywhere).
  • Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (BBC2, 3pm; Wales 3.50 Tu) Repeats.
  • Tenable (ITV, 3pm) This week's teams: Snow Joke, David Hill's Billie's, Can I Put You on Hold?, The Bright Sparks, The Charity Cases.
  • Ready Steady Cook (BBC1, 3.45).
  • Tipping Point (ITV, 4pm) Repeats.
  • The Chase (ITV, 5pm) Repeats.
  • Four in a Bed (C4, 5pm).
  • Pointless (BBC1, 5.15) Repeats.
  • Drawers Off (C4, 5.30).
  • House of Games (3) (BBC2, 6pm) Another chance to see Gary Delaney, Rose Matefeo, Valerie Singleton, Rav Wilding.
  • Tenable (Challenge, 6pm).
  • Love Island Down Under (ITV2, 9pm).

Monday 22 March

  • The Unbelievable Truth (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm).
  • Round the Islands Quiz (Radio 4, 3pm) Midlands (Elizabeth-Jane Burnett and Stephen Maddock) play Scotland (Val McDermid and Alan McCredie).
  • Just a Minute (Radio 4, 6.30) Stephen Fry hosts, with Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Desiree Burch, Jenny Eclair.
  • Mastermind (BBC2, 7.30) Stephen Sondheim musicals, dog breeds, Alan Partridge, "Charles Paris" novels. This is heat 23 of 24.
  • Only Connect (BBC2, 8pm) Third-place play-off.
  • University Challenge (BBC2, 8.30) Semi-final 1.
  • Have I Got a Bit More Old News for You (BBC2, 10pm; not NI) Charlie Brooker, Emma Barnett, Phil Wang, from December 2019.
  • The Circle (C4, 10pm).
  • RuPaul's Drag Race (BBC1, 10.45; Wales, NI 11.15) The final.

Tuesday 23 March

The Pointless repeat moves to BBC Two again.

  • Step Up to the Plate (CBBC, 5pm) Bin appetit.
  • Interior Design Masters (BBC2, 8pm) Luxury holiday villas for the final of an out-of-this-planet series.
  • The Great Celebrity Bake Off (C4, 8pm) Dizzee Rascal, Nick Grimshaw, Philippa Perry, Reece Shearsmith.
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire (ITV, 8pm; UTV 11.10) A classic episode.
  • Home of the Year (RTE1, 8.30) A schoolhouse in County Down.
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 9pm) Signature dishes, again.
  • Unforgivable (Dave, 10pm) Rob Rinder, Sophie Duker, David Baddiel. Last in the series.
  • The Challenge (MTV, 10pm).
  • The Circle (C4, 10.15) Nine people move into a new flat. Emma Willis has a big twist.
  • Taskmaster (C4, 11.20) Repeat of last autumn's series.

Wednesday 24 March

  • Great Local Menu (BBC2, 8pm) Central starter and fish courses.
  • Landscape Artist of the Year, Eh? (Artsworld, 8pm)
  • This is My House (BBC1, 9pm) Four people claim to own the same house; a panel tries to spot the home-owner from the fib-teller. Stacey Dooley hosts.
  • The Circle (C4, 10pm).
  • Hypothetical (Dave, 10pm).
  • Survivor (TG4, 11.40) "Tribal lines are blurred - part 2".

Thursday 25 March

  • Genius (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm) Gyles Brandreth.
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 9pm 8.30) Last of the heats. Followed by the weekly final at 9.30.
  • Taskmaster (C4, 9pm) There is a high fence involved. This is about as non-spoilery as we can get.
  • The Circle (C4, 10pm).

Friday 26 March

Rescheduled rugby changes BBC1's evening schedule.

  • It's Not What You Know (Radio 4 Extra, 9am and 4pm).
  • Home is Where the Art Is (BBC1, 2.30)
  • A Question of Sport (BBC1, 7.35; Scot 11.35) Rebecca Adlington, Jonathan Trott, Harry Aikines-Aryeety, Kate Richardson-Walsh. Postponed to a later date 9 April.
  • Masterchef (BBC1, 9pm) Grace Dent is this week's critic. Preponed to 9.30 on Thursday evening.
  • The Circle (C4, 10pm).

Sign language interpretation

  • Tipping Point (ITV, 5.35am Mon; 5.05am Tue-Thu).
  • Lingo (ITV, 3.15am Tue).
  • Masterchef (BBC2, 1.30am Wed, 2am Thu, 1.30am Fri).
  • Winning Combination (ITV, 3.15am Wed).
  • Ireland's Fittest Family (RTE1, 1.20am Thu).
  • Alan Carr's Epic Game Show (ITV, 3.15am Fri).
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