BBC One Today Tuesday 10 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Tuesday 10 January 2023

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


News, entertainment and weather reports

Rip Off Britain: Holidays


How a change in visa rules left many in chaos

Big Little Crimes


An anonymous tip leads police to crack the UK’s biggest case of food fraud

An anonymous tip leads police to crack the UK’s biggest case of food fraud. An officer’s instinct uncovers a conspiracy to commit massive insurance fraud and a faulty break light leads to police arresting two high level drug dealers

For Love or Money


A man who grew suspicious when the woman he met online asked him for money

A bereaved man formed a bond with a woman over social media, but his suspicions were aroused when she asked him to help pay for her mother’s medication. Now he meets up with Kym Marsh and Ashley John-Baptiste to see what they have found out about her

Homes Under the Hammer


Properties in Pontypridd, Bolton and Tunstall

Bargain Hunt


Two teams scour Exeter’s Westpoint Arena for items

BBC News at One; Weather

A round-up of the latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD



Luca thinks outside the box to help his patient

The Farmers’ Country Showdown


The pig farmers compete in a heatwave at the Royal Welsh Show

Pig farmers Morgan and Tasha take their Duroc pigs to compete for their first time in the Royal Welsh Show, meanwhile seasoned competitor Amanda is desperate to win a rosette to seal her reputation as a pedigree breeder. Show day brings the hottest temperature ever recorded in Wales and the farmers have to get creative to keep the pigs cool and comfortable

Escape to the Country

Two retired police officers are looking for a traditional Welsh home

The Repair Shop


The experts repair a camera, a toy rabbit and a draughts board

Jay Blades and his team of experts welcome Yatish from Leicester who is hoping they can repair his father’s 80-year-old camera that came with his family when they fled from Uganda in the 1970s. Daughter of children’s author Dick King-Smith Juliet comes into the workshop hoping they can repair her father’s childhood stuffed rabbit Wilfred. After nearly a century of life, most of it spent in his study watching Dick write over 100 childrens books, Wilfred is looking worse for wear. Teddy bear ladies Julie and Amanda work together to put the hop back in his step. Leather specialist Suzie Fletcher is tasked with repairing Arwel’s leather-bound draughts board which brought his family hours of entertainment back in the 1950s. Now Arwel would love to share the same experience with his grandchildren

Make It at Market


Dominic Chinea helps aspiring makers turn their hobbies into businesses

Dominic Chinea gives blacksmith Alex and furniture-maker Cora the opportunity to turn their hobbies and skills into money-making businesses. Although incredibly passionate about his craft, Alex suffers with imposter syndrome but mentor Adrian Wood is hoping to help him see the beauty in his work. Cora gave up her day job, determined to follow her dreams but dislikes the small details and often jumps to the next job before finishing the first. Mentor Alice thinks Cora has great taste and believes her best chance at making her dreams reality is to focus on the designing rather than making every piece herself



Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong

BBC News at Six; Weather

The latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD

The One Show

Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas host


The highs and lows of life in Albert Square

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

Waterloo Road


It’s a sad day for Waterloo Road

Waterloo Road is rocked by some shocking news. Kim shares the truth about her personal life, teaching Shola a life lesson. Danny’s first day gets off to a terrible start as he fights with Dean and only gets worse when he’s blamed for another incident he wasn’t a part of. Kim faces backlash from staff over the school’s re-branding

Silent Witness


The team continue to investigate the lorry deaths

The human trafficking case becomes clear as the Lyell team work together to investigate the lorry deaths. Gabriel is presented with an ethical dilemma when he becomes emotionally invested. Jack gets a surprise visit

BBC News at Ten

A round-up of today’s headlines

This Is BBC One HD

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin


An unknown assailant begins tormenting a disparate group of teen girls

Twenty years ago, a series of tragic events almost ripped Millwood apart. In the present day, a set of teenagers find themselves tormented by an unknown assailant. Drama, starring Bailee Madison

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin


Imogen and her new friends plot revenge on their common nemesis

Would I Lie to You?


With panellists Bez, Motsi Mabuse, Shazia Mirza and Steve Pemberton

Bez, Motsi Mabuse, Shazia Mirza and Steve Pemberton join host Rob Brydon and regular captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the comedy panel show. As usual, the participants set out to hoodwink their opponents with absurd facts and plausible fibs about themselves in a bid to secure a team victory, through rounds such as Home Truths and Quick-fire Lies



The night team deal with the consequences of a busy day shift

The night team deal with the consequences of a busy day shift as ambulances queue to hand over their patients at the hospital and paramedics are dispatched out of their usual areas. Alan and Ellen are called out to treat an 83-year-old man who collapsed at dinner with his family, while in the control centre an alarm is raised as a call is received from a patient making bomb threats. On St Patrick’s Day the service answers over 287 calls including one from 21-year-old Jesmond who is vomiting blood during a night out with friends. Chris and Becca respond to a call about a suicide attempt by a patient who is only 14 years old

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

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