BBC One Today Wednesday 18 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Wednesday 18 January 2023

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


News, entertainment and weather reports

Morning Live: Cost of Living Special

Magazine show

Rip Off Britain Live: Cost of Living Special

Consumer show

Consumer affairs show tackling issues around the UK. In a battle against suspect deals, the team digs into the facts and demands answers from people at the top, as well as showing viewers how to get the necessary information to make practical choices about their finances

For Love or Money

A widow whose life savings were targeted by a man she met online

Kym Marsh and Ashley John-Baptiste look into the case of widow Jaqueline, who ventured online to look for love, only to meet a man who targeted her life savings, stealing a six-figure sum before disappearing. However, several years on a solicitor has been in touch, claiming he has died and left Jaqueline money in his estate. Is this a genuine inheritance or just the latest stage of a sickening scam?

Homes Under the Hammer


The progress of properties in Crewe, Derby and Paddington

Bargain Hunt


Natasha Raskin Sharp hosts from Heanor Antiques Centre in Derbyshire

Natasha Raskin Sharp presents the competition from Heanor Antiques Centre in Derbyshire, where two teams are guided by experts Catherine Southon and Thomas Forrester as they try to find three interesting items that might generate a profit at auction on a budget of £300 each. Natasha monitors their progress and also takes a historic look at the semi-precious gemstone Blue John

BBC News at One; Weather

A round-up of the latest headlines

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Luca has a crush on Jamie

The Farmers’ Country Showdown


Two sheep farmers compete in Lambeth Country Show

Escape to the Country


Steve Brown helps a potential buyer looking for a property in Cornwall

Returning home from South Africa, the latest potential buyer has a budget of £450,000 and heads west to Cornwall, with Steve Brown leading the search for a character property that has holiday let potential. Steve also pays a visit to the Newlyn Copper Works and has a bash at transforming the striking reddish metal into a delicate work of art

The Repair Shop

The experts restore a coil purse, a Flamenco guitar and a taxi meter

Jay Blades and his team of experts restore a coil purse for a wedding. Originally given to Barbara by her grandmother when she was a child, the purse made of pearl, silk and leather is in a frail state. Barbara is hoping Suzie can repair the item so her daughter Zeffy can carry it down the aisle as her `something borrowed”. Julyan Wallis takes on the challenge of a damaged flamenco guitar originally owned by Josefina’s father who escaped the Spanish Civil War with it in the 1950’s. After joining a Flamenco group Josefina has performed all over the world and would love to be able to play her beloved father’s guitar once more. Mother and son Jean and Ian enter the barn with a taxi meter from the 1950’s that came from their husband and father Cyril’s cab

Make It at Market


Dom Chinea helps an artist and a potter make their passions a business

Dom Chinea helps artist Jack and potter Jeanet make their passions into money-making businesses. Jack is hoping to swap teaching for creating before it’s too late, Dom and mentor Sharon are impressed with his multimedia artwork but are worried that he only seems to use his family as his subjects. University lecturer Jeanet struggles to find time to turn her hobby into a profession but mentor Florian thinks speed and finishing touches are what she needs to make a profit



Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong

BBC News at Six; Weather

The latest headlines

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Party Political Broadcast

By the Labour Party

By the Labour Party

The One Show

Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas present


Whitney goes for her first baby scan

Whitney goes for her first baby scan while Zack decides to step up and take responsibility. Alfie’s plan to reopen The Vic is going well until Denise finds the pub full of customers. Meanwhile, Ben’s upset that Jay hasn’t asked him to be his best man, but Jay thinks it goes without saying

Waterloo Road


The Walters family find themselves in an unexpected crisis

The Walters family find themselves in an unexpected crisis with nowhere to turn for help pushing a stressed Preston to the edge. Val uncovers a truth about Kai, causing problems for him and Danny and leaving Val with a big decision to make

Silent Witness


Nikki manages to get behind the mask of the lead suspect

BBC News at Ten

A round-up of today’s headlines

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King of Thieves

Fact-based crime drama, starring Michael Caine
2018 – Crime, Drama

Movie: King of Thieves -

A thief pulls together a band of misfit criminals to plot the biggest bank heist in British history. The crooks manage to escape with around £200million worth of stolen jewels and money, but when police are called to the scene and the investigation starts, the cracks between the eccentric gang members begin to show, as they row over how to share the goods and become increasingly distrustful of each other. Crime drama based on the Hatton Garden heist, starring Michael Caine, Michael Gambon, Francesca Annis, Jim Broadbent, Ray Winstone and Tom Courtenay

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

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

BBC News


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