BBC One Today Saturday 7 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Saturday 7 January 2023

A full run down of everything airing on BBC One today.


News, sport and entertainment reports

Saturday Kitchen Live

With guests Harry Hill, Tony Singh and Olia Hercules

The Great Food Guys


Nick Nairn and Dougie Vipond cook Asian beef with guest Rory Bremner

Chef Nick Nairn and Dougie Vipond celebrate the range of food and drink Scotland has to offer in their country kitchen in Aberdeenshire. This week it’s a Meat Lover’s feast, cooking a Braised Asian Daube of Beef with Wasabi Mash and Black Bean Pak Choi. Impressionist Rory Bremner joins them in the kitchen to chat and try out the delicious food and drink combination

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines


Match of the Day Live: The FA Cup

Gillingham v Leicester City (Kick-off 12.30pm)

Gillingham v Leicester City (Kick-off 12.30pm). All the action from the third-round tie at MEMS Priestfield Stadium. The Gills are struggling at the foot of League Two, but earned this plum tie against the 2021 cup-winners when they defeated Dagenham & Redbridge 3-2 in a replay. This is the first meeting between the sides since Leicester did the double over their opponents in the 2004/05 Championship campaign

Money for Nothing


Jay Blades saves a set of lathe tools, a sofa and a collection of plant pots

Escape to the Country


Jules Hudson helps a buyer from Gloucestershire to find a new home in Suffolk

A buyer from the Gloucestershire town of Tewkesbury asks Jules Hudson to help her find a new home in the Suffolk countryside for £450,000. Enjoying the best of spring, with the bluebells in bloom, Jules visits a care farm that helps vulnerable people improve their well-being through farming

Final Score

A round-up of this afternoon’s football results

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD


Match of the Day Live: The FA Cup

Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle United (Kick-off 6.00pm)

Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle United (Kick-off 6.00pm). All the action from the third-round tie at Hillsborough. The sides last met in April 2017, when Wednesday recorded a 2-1 here in the Championship. However, much has changed since then, with the Owls dropping down to League One and Newcastle now flying high in the Premier League following a takeover deal

That’s My Jam


Becky Hill and Jason Derulo take on Salt-N-Pepa

Mo Gilligan hosts the music game show. Becky Hill and Jason Derulo take on Salt-N-Pepa as they face some super-sized musical challenges, pushing their singing abilities, performance skills and musical knowledge to the limit as they compete to be declared this week’s That’s My Jam champions



Dylan’s clinical lead duties are disrupted by a patient from his past

Not Going Out


Wendy produces a commemorative portrait of Frank

It’s been over a year since Frank’s death and Wendy, rediscovering a long lost love for painting, decides to create a very unique tribute to him in oils. The usually curmudgeonly Geoffrey seems very keen on the commemorative artwork, but Lee and Lucy simply hate it. Once it’s hanging on their wall, the pair contrive to `lose” the painting without Wendy or Geoffrey noticing. Comedy, starring Lee Mack, Sally Bretton, Deborah Grant and Geoffrey Whitehead

BBC News

A round-up of the latest headlines

MOTD: FA Cup Highlights

Action from third-round ties

Action from third-round ties, including Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield and Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Reds lifted the trophy last season after defeating Chelsea on penalties in the final and got their defence under way in an all-Premier League clash. Spurs were looking to avoid an upset when they took on a League One club that have won the cup on three occasions, most recently in 2010

The Program

Fact-based drama, starring Ben Foster and Chris O’Dowd
2015 – Drama

Movie: The Program -

A journalist follows Lance Armstrong’s rise to dominate the world of professional cycling, even following a successful battle with cancer. As time goes on, he begins to suspect the champion is boosting his performance with drugs, and in the face of condemnation from the media, sets out to expose the truth. Fact-based drama, starring Ben Foster, Chris O’Dowd and Dustin Hoffman

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

BBC News


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