BBC One Today Thursday 12 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Thursday 12 January 2023

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


News, entertainment and weather reports

Rip Off Britain: Holidays


The double booking nightmare that put a real dampener on the holidays of two families

Angela Rippon, Julia Somerville and Gloria Hunniford report on the double booking nightmare that put a real dampener on the holidays of two families. Plus, the driver whose whose car was left damaged by an airport meet-and-greet service

Big Little Crimes


A tip-off leads to police cracking a £2million insurance scam

Two Police Community Support Officers find themselves caught in a web of lies designed to discredit their colleague, a tip-off leads to police cracking a £2million insurance scam and a married couple rip-off thousands of concert-goers with extortionate ticket prices

For Love or Money


A woman who sent £3,000 to someone she met online

A woman who sent £3,000 to someone she had met online purporting to be a doctor. Since then she has been sent ID photos by other people – all identical to the one peddled by the `medic” and now suspects she is being targetted. Plus another woman who became involved with a man she believed was caught up in an construction accident. She now realises the man she loved wasn’t real and that she was scammed

Homes Under the Hammer


Properties in north Wales, Hampshire and Cumbria

Martin Roberts is on the north Wales coast in the village of Penmaenmawr, where back in 2015 he first saw a five-bedroom property spread over four floors. He’s also in Fareham, Hampshire, visiting a two-bed semi-detached cottage he falls in love with. Dion Dublin is in Great Clifton in Cumbria to see a former post office, but will it deliver on its potential?

Bargain Hunt


From the Lincolnshire Antiques and Home show

BBC News at One; Weather

A round-up of the latest headlines

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Daniel and Zara struggle to find cover at The Mill

The Farmers’ Country Showdown


Two farming families sell their local meat and cheese at Ripley Farmers’ Market in Surrey

Tracey and Graham became farmers 13 years ago, and have since invested everything to establish their thriving goat herd. They need to earn a living from their home-made goats cheese and soap, so Ripley Farmers’ Market in Surrey is a vital lifeline. Run by volunteers, this village market has not only won awards but gives them out, and the pair receive some surprise news. Meanwhile, with a few hundred kilos of home-reared beef, pork and chicken in tow, young farmer Ellie’s under pressure to get to the market on time, win over her customers and bank plenty of sales

Escape to the Country


Jules Hudson helps a dog groomer who wants to relocate to Suffolk

Jules Hudson helps a dog groomer who wants to relocate her business to Suffolk on a budget of £320,000. He also meets the team behind an ambitious project to restore an Anglo-Saxon longship, the remains of which were unearthed by an amateur archaeologist in the 1930s

The Repair Shop


Items include a hand-painted bass drum and a beer mug smashed to pieces

Members of the Dalkeith and Monktonhall Brass Band ask Pete Woods and Dominic Chinea to restore their band’s hand-painted bass drum, recently retrieved after being stored under a church altar for decades. Kirsten Ramsay pieces together a beer mug that’s been smashed to smithereens and Lou Bainbridge and Mark Stuckey work on a hand-made model of a windmill

Make It at Market


Glassblower Alison sets out ot achieve her dream of selling in high-end galleries

Glassblower Alison from Buckinghamshire and upcycling couple Fernando and Saurabh from Berkshire visit Dom Chinea’s life-changing training camp. Alison aspires to sell her pieces in high-end galleries, but mentor Allister knows standards are high and getting her work into them won’t be easy. He focuses on the details of Alison’s pieces and pushes her hard to improve them. Fernando and Saurabh want to turn their upcycling hobby into a full-time business. Mentor Joel gives them tough feedback about concentrating on every aspect of their work and the importance of a good website



Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong

BBC News at Six; Weather

The latest headlines

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The One Show

Live magazine show, hosted by Alex Jones and Ronan Keating


Denise seeks solace in a bottle and finds a new friend

Denise seeks solace in a bottle and finds a new friend along the way. Denzel decides to skip school with Amy so he can talk to her and he begs her to get help. Sharon is desperate to find out why Zack is such a mess, Harvey hits upon an idea to help the Slaters’ money problems and Lola and Jay have a big announcement

Dragons’ Den


Pitches include a couple who organise social events for four-legged friends

Entrepreneurs Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Sara Davies and Steven Bartlett listen to pitches from a couple who organise social events for four-legged friends and a 29-year-old with a larger-than-life clothing business. A married couple claim they’ve invented the holy grail for tall people – a decent night’s sleep, while a self-proclaimed accidental CEO aims to give some dignity to those people borrowing money from friends and family. Presented by Evan Davis

The Apprentice


Lord Sugar’s candidates make and punt bao buns to the public and corporate clients

For week two, the candidates are summoned to Hutong at the Shard in Central London, where Lord Sugar reveals that they will be manufacturing bao buns – a savoury bun to punt to the public and a bespoke sweet one to sell to a corporate client, with the team who secures the biggest overall profit winning. However, kitchen explosions and a maths meltdown lead to a grilling in the boardroom, and one candidate is sent packing

BBC News at Ten

A round-up of today’s headlines

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Question Time

Fiona Bruce hosts the political debate from Birmingham

Fiona Bruce presents the topical debate, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests in Birmingham to answer questions from an invited audience on subjects that have made the headlines over the past week


Political chat

Question of Sport


With Lauren Hemp, Andy Lapthorne, Pamela Cookey and Simon Doull

Euro 2022 winner Lauren Hemp, wheelchair tennis Grand Slam champion Andy Lapthorne, ex-England netball international Pamela Cookey and former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull join team captains Ugo Monye and Sam Quek and host Paddy McGuinness on the quiz

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

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

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