BBC One Today Monday 9 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Monday 9 January 2023

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


News, entertainment and weather reports

Rip Off Britain: Holidays


A phoney travel agent who ripped off hundreds of customers and left some stranded

Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville report on the case of a phoney travel agent who ripped off hundreds of customers and left some stranded abroad. Plus, the woman whose home was fraudulently posted on one of the world’s largest accommodation sites – and had would-be guests turning up on her doorstep from all over the world

Big Little Crimes


An everyday burglary solves a series of dramatic ram-raids

For Love or Money


A woman who was persuaded to invest in a cryptocurrency scheme

Kym Marsh and Ashley John-Baptiste investigate the case of a woman who was persuaded to invest in a cryptocurrency scheme, and fears she will never see the money again. Plus, a scam artist on a Christian dating site turns out to have a far higher profile than his victim realises

Homes Under the Hammer


The development of houses in Derby and South and West Yorkshire

Dion Dublin visits the village of Kiveton Park, just outside Sheffield, to see a three-bed semi on a corner plot. Martin Roberts is in the Mackworth area of Derby to view a four-bed detached house with some layout challenges downstairs. Martel Maxwell is in the Yorkshire village of Pool in Wharfdale, just north of Leeds, to see a two-bed mid terrace with bags of character and charm

Bargain Hunt


Eric Knowles presents the show from the Newark Showground

Eric Knowles presents the show from the Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire. Izzie Balmer and Nick Hall guide the reds and blues to find three items to take to auction. Eric meets a community group from Loughborough to discuss how clothing can evoke memories of cultural roots

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Emma and Luca realise that they have both moved on

The Farmers’ Country Showdown


Emotions run high during judging at Melplash Show

Escape to the Country

Alistair Appleton tempts a newlywed Olympian and his wife with properties in Wiltshire

The Repair Shop


Restoring a stuffed toy lion, a vintage cash register and a traditional telescope

Make It at Market


A textile designer and a glassblower try to turn a profit from their skills



Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong

Alexander Armstrong hosts the quiz in which contestants try to record the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Lauren Laverne reveals the correct answers and comments on the players’ scores

BBC News at Six; Weather

The latest headlines

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The One Show

Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas present topical stories and celebrity chat


The highs and lows of life in Albert Square

The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford

Born to Race – We Are England

Part one of two. Two youngsters who dream of making it in Formula 1

Part one of two. Ruben and Lewis dream of breaking into Formula 1. They’ve been racing since the age of four and have won hundreds of trophies between them. Motor racing is an exceptionally expensive sport, with annual costs in the tens of thousands just for go-karting – for cars, the sky is the limit. It is also notably lacking in diversity. Those financial and cultural barriers often stand in the way of new drivers coming onto the track, but Ruben and Lewis’s fathers are dedicated to helping their sons achieve their dreams. Now, the duo are facing a race that could make or break their careers

The Bidding Room


Items include an old French hairdryer and a ventriloquist’s dummy

The dealers battle each other to buy items brought in by the public, including an old hairdryer found in an attic in France, a Corgi toy circus, movie posters signed by the stars and a ventriloquist’s dummy which goes by the name of Jolly Jim

Silent Witness


Part one of two. An abandoned lorry is found with several dead and dying people in the back

Part one of two. An abandoned lorry is found at a quarry with several dead and dying people in the back. At first it appears to be a case of sex trafficking, but it soon becomes clear that all is not as it seems. With the survivors refusing to speak, Nikki and the team must use their pathological and forensic skillset to identify the deceased and piece together what happened

BBC News at Ten

A round-up of today’s headlines

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James Arthur: Out of Our Minds

James Arthur opens up about his mental health struggles

Middlesbrough-born singer James Arthur opens up about his mental health struggles and issues he has had with antidepressants as he prepares to go out on tour. He also investigates male mental health, speaking to others like him who have found it hard to stop taking antidepressants, but have instead found other ways to help themselves and learn to thrive

The Graham Norton Show


With guests including Jamie Dornan and James Norton

The host reviews trending news stories and welcomes another group of Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to his red sofa to chat about what they’ve been up to recently. Among those joining him in this edition are The Tourist and Belfast actor Jamie Dornan and Happy Valley star James Norton. Plus, Lewis Capaldi performs his current single Pointless and another bunch of intrepid audience members attempt to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair

Have I Got News for You


Jack Dee hosts the satirical current affairs quiz

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

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