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24 Hours in A & E (More 4)
After that, you’re off your trolley

A Question of Sport (BBC1)
The panel is asked: (a) Is there anybody out there who isn’t popping
pills?; (b) If there is, when do they get real?; (c) What’s the bloody
point of the Scottish Premier League?

The Big Bang Theory (E4)
Steve Bannon declares war on China

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (Yesterday channel)
Does anybody care?

Lewis (ITV3)
Inside story of how key Corbyn aide Clive Lewis resigned

BBC News at Six (BBC1)

Uncle Rolf acquitted; cokehead celeb found dead; the latest bogus
exclusive from Newsnight. An over-excited hack gesticulates
manically in front of 10 Downing Street, followed by a few odds and ends from the rest of the world (not really a very interesting place). And now the news where you are...

Reporting Scotland (BBC1)
There is no news where you are

The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds (C4)

Exclusive access to a cabinet meeting chaired by Donald J Trump

The One Show (BBC1)
Her Majesty celebrates her sapphire jubilee

British History’s Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley (BBC4)
This week: how the SNP, during the Brexit talks, conned everybody into
thinking that they were genuinely trying to avoid a second
independence referendum

Death in Paradise (BBC1)
A series not set in Port Glasgow

Strictly Come Dancing (BBC1)

Donald and Melania are knocked out in the first round but vow to take it all the way to the supreme court

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