Dave Today Tuesday 17 January 2023

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What’s On Dave
Today Tuesday 17 January 2023

A full run down of everything airing on Dave
today.

06:00
Teleshopping

A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home

07:10
Modern Wheels or Classic Steals

S01E17

Mark wants a weekend boy’s toy with power, speed and muscle

07:35
Modern Wheels or Classic Steals

S01E18

Daniela and Mike are a happy couple – except when it comes to cars

08:00
Cops on the Rock

S01E03

Customs officers rescue a man from the sea at night

09:00
The Force: Behind the Line

The work of the Western Australian police

Documentary following the work of the Western Australian police as they complete their day-to-day duties, dealing with thefts, drug-related incidents and murder. Hosted by Simon Reeve

09:30
The Force: Behind the Line

The work of the Western Australian police

Documentary following the work of the Western Australian police as they complete their day-to-day duties, dealing with thefts, drug-related incidents and murder. Hosted by Simon Reeve

10:00
Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey

S01E05

The chef explores Sri Lanka and Bali

The seafood chef continues to explore the Far East’s most diverse food cultures with a visit to Sri Lanka, where he discovers a wealth of hot and spicy vegetable curries. He then ventures on to Bali and finds food has a religious significance on the island, before sampling what he believes is the best roast pork he has ever tasted

11:00
Rick Stein’s Long Weekends

S01E02

The chef embarks on a winter break in Reykjavik

The chef heads north towards the Arctic Circle to explore the culinary delights of Reykjavik, coastal capital of Iceland. His aim is to enjoy the perfect winter break, enriched with a smorgasbord featuring the best ingredients the country has to offer – fjord-reared roast lamb, rye bread baked in volcanic sand and langoustine soup. Rick also resumes his search for the perfect cod

12:00
The Force: Behind the Line

The work of the Western Australian police

Documentary following the work of the Western Australian police as they complete their day-to-day duties, dealing with thefts, drug-related incidents and murder. Hosted by Simon Reeve

12:30
The Force: Behind the Line

The work of the Western Australian police

Documentary following the work of the Western Australian police as they complete their day-to-day duties, dealing with thefts, drug-related incidents and murder. Hosted by Simon Reeve

13:00
Border Force: America’s Gatekeepers

S01E06

A Cuban woman crosses the bridge in the hope of being granted political asylum in America

14:00
Top Gear

S19E05

A vehicle for elderly people is designed

Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond try to solve the problems that increasingly complex cars pose to an ageing population. They design a vehicle for elderly people and put it to the test in Dorset with the help of three pensioners. Meanwhile, James May gets acquainted with a revamped Range Rover in London before pitting the luxurious off-roader against an autonomous military machine in Nevada. Actor James McAvoy tackles the test track in the Reasonably Priced Car

15:00
Top Gear

S20E03

The trio create a street circuit in Spain

The three motoring enthusiasts head to Spain on a mission to help its struggling economy – but the convertible supercars they take are very expensive and anything but discreet. With Jeremy Clarkson in a McLaren MP4-12C, Richard Hammond driving a Ferrari 458 and James May behind the wheel of an Audi R8 V10, the trio encounter mountain passes, empty towns and an abandoned airport before creating their own street circuit in a deserted Madrid development. Plus, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch sets a lap time in the Reasonably Priced Car

16:00
QI

S16E15

With Joe Lycett, Phil Wang and Ellie Taylor

Joe Lycett, Phil Wang and Ellie Taylor join regular panellist Alan Davies, as questionmaster Sandi Toksvig looks at the pastimes of past times. As ever, correctness and even intelligence go out of the window as the panellists attempt to answer the fiendishly difficult questions, with points invariably awarded for the answers the questionmaster finds most interesting, as opposed to correct

17:00
Taskmaster

S05E03

Mark Watson tries to open an unlocked briefcase

Aisling Bea. Bob Mortimer, Mark Watson, Nish Kumar and Sally Philips take part in a series of bizarre tasks, with Greg Davies ultimately deciding who wins. Mark Watson tries to open an unlocked briefcase

18:00
Taskmaster

S05E04

Mark Watson and Nish Kumar make toast together

Greg Davies dishes out the absurd A-list challenges once more. Aisling Bea, Bob Mortimer, Mark Watson, Nish Kumar and Sally Phillips are driven to ever more absurd lengths in the battle to lay their sticky fingers on Taskmaster Greg’s golden head

19:00
Richard Osman’s House of Games

S04E62

With Maisie Adam, Rory Bremner, James Cracknell and Michelle Gayle

19:40
Would I Lie to You?

S09E04

With Alan Davies, Richard Osman, Germaine Greer and Jermaine Jenas

Comedian Alan Davies, quiz show guru Richard Osman, writer Germaine Greer and footballer Jermaine Jenas bolster the efforts of team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the panel show in which participants attempt to deceive their opponents with plausible lies. Hosted by Rob Brydon

20:20
QI

S19E12

With Alan Davies, Stephen K Amos, Ivo Graham and Holly Walsh

21:00
QI

S16E16

With Matt Lucas, Holly Walsh and Susan Calman

Matt Lucas, Holly Walsh and Susan Calman join regular panellist Alan Davies, as questionmaster Sandi Toksvig opens her post in a post-themed edition. As ever, correctness and even intelligence go out of the window as the panellists attempt to answer the fiendishly difficult questions, with points invariably awarded for the answers the questionmaster finds most interesting, as opposed to correct

23:00
Taskmaster

S07E02

Jessica Knappett beautifully mimics a foghorn

00:00
Would I Lie to You?

S09E05

With Clare Balding, Rhod Gilbert, Nick Grimshaw and Rob Delaney

Sports commentator Clare Balding, Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw and comedians Rhod Gilbert and Rob Delaney join forces with team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the panel show in which participants attempt to deceive their opponents with plausible lies. Hosted by Rob Brydon

00:40
Mock the Week

S18E03

With Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Rhys James, Nish Kumar and Ellie Taylor

Dara O Briain looks back on the latest events in news and politics, with the help of Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Rhys James, Nish Kumar, Ellie Taylor and regular panellist Hugh Dennis. Yet again, stand-up and improvisation are the name of the game as the contestants try to get one up on one another

01:20
QI

S19E12

With Alan Davies, Stephen K Amos, Ivo Graham and Holly Walsh

02:00
Richard Osman’s House of Games

S04E62

With Maisie Adam, Rory Bremner, James Cracknell and Michelle Gayle

02:30
Not Going Out

S07E02

Lee gets invited to a christening party being thrown by neighbours Toby and Anna

A wealthy new couple move into the block and soon find out that sharing a building with Lee and Lucy is anything but straightforward. The fun begins when Lee somehow manages to bag an invitation to a christening party being thrown by the couple – sending him and Lucy on a last-minute gift-buying trip, during which they make every wrong decision humanly possible to find the perfect present for the baby who seems to have everything. Hugh Dennis and Abigail Cruttenden join the cast, with Lee Mack, Sally Bretton and Katy Wix

03:15
Have I Got a Bit More News for You

S57E01

David Dimbleby hosts, with Stacey Dooley and Henning Wehn

Broadcaster David Dimbleby takes over the reins for an extended edition of the satirical quiz from April 2019, with investigative journalist Stacey Dooley and comedian Henning Wehn joining team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton to poke fun at the stories making the headlines

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