BBC One Today Thursday 26 January 2023

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What’s On BBC One Today Thursday 26 January 2023

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


News, entertainment and weather reports

Morning Live

Magazine show

Defenders UK


A fraudster who lied to get a job as a captain with one of the UK’s largest airlines

The case of a fraudster who lied to get a job as a captain with one of the UK’s largest airlines. The Civil Aviation Authority discovers his deception following an incident in which he accidentally plunged an aircraft into darkness. Plus, the rogue roofer who has pocketed thousands

Rip Off Britain: Holidays


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

Homes Under the Hammer


Properties about to be auctioned in South Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Essex

Bargain Hunt


Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from Oswestry Showground in Shropshire

Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from Oswestry Showground in Shropshire, where experts Kate Bliss and Ben Cooper help today’s reds and blue teams, before heading to auction where Charles Hanson is set to wield the gavel. Kate also has some top tips when it comes to jewellery, revealing how to spot an imitation from the real thing.

BBC News at One; Weather

A round-up of the latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD



Bear gets embroiled in a family feud

The Farmers’ Country Showdown


Farmers head to the Ludlow Food Festival in Shropshire

Shropshire farmers Sarah and Paul use the milk from their dairy herd to produce traditional farmhouse cheeses and butter. In recent years they’ve picked up lots of awards and hope their tasty samples at the Ludlow Food Festival go down well with customers. Meanwhile, Mike, Michelle and expert hound Oscar are digging for truffles in the orchards Mike planted 15 years ago. He was hedging bets back then, but now he sells his special fungi to chefs and restaurants. Festival Day offers a chance for customers to try before they buy and Mike is on a mission to introduce truffles to a wider audience

Escape to the Country


Alistair Appleton helps an Essex family find a new home in Shropshire

Alistair Appleton finds himself under pressure to find a family a new home in Shropshire, as they have just sold their current house in Essex. For their budget of £375,000, the couple would like a detached property with a big kitchen for baking and a large garden for growing fruit. Alistair also visits a sustainable Shropshire flower farm and attempts to design a wedding bouquet

The Repair Shop


A 1970s pinball machine receives a makeover

Geoff Harvey is tasked with the restoration on a 1970s pinball machine with colourful comic-book styling. The machine, brought to the barn by Louise and her nephew Jack, once belonged to Louise’s twin brothers Michael and John, gifted to them as a joint birthday present. A 200-year-old guitar from Vienna and a trunk that has toured Africa also receive much-needed makeovers

Bridge of Lies


Quiz show, hosted by Ross Kemp

Family members Ros, Steve, Erin and Finn compete for cash by crossing a bridge of stepping stones across the studio floor. Once they have each faced the bridge on their own, those who have been successful join forces to face the final crossing for a chance to take home the prize. Quiz show, hosted by Ross Kemp



Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong

BBC News at Six; Weather

The latest headlines

This Is BBC One HD

Party Political Broadcast

By the Green Party

By the Green Party

The One Show

Live magazine show, with Alex Jones and Ronan Keating


Ricky Jr is interviewed by police

Ricky Jr is interviewed by police while Jay nervously awaits his bride’s arrival. Reiss apologises to Sonia and tries to help her keep Dot’s house. Kim manages to get Bernie a trial shift at the cafe

Dragons’ Den


A sparkly party wear business gets one of the Dragons off their feet

Entrepreneurs Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Sara Davies and Steven Bartlett preside over more business opportunities. A cleaning product purveyor aims to make a positive social impact by turning homes into mini factories, while a sparkly party wear business gets one of the Dragons off their feet. Pop-up board games made from paper and card get the Dragons’ competitive juices flowing and a bedding business entrepreneur hopes their eco-credentials will inspire offers of investment. Presented by Evan Davis

The Apprentice


The candidates are sent to Brighton to secure nine items synonymous to the area

The candidates are sent to buzzing Brighton and Hove, one of the fastest growing cities in the UK. Here, amongst the bustling streets, they are tasked to secure and negotiate nine items synonymous to the area. The team that secures the most items at the lowest prices will win, while one of those on the other side will see their business ambitions go up in smoke

BBC News at Ten

A round-up of today’s headlines

This Is BBC One HD

Question Time

Fiona Bruce hosts the political debate from Scunthorpe

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


Political chat

Celebrity Mastermind


Andrea McLean, Colin Hoult, Rhys Stephenson and Hannah Cockroft go under the spotlight

Andrea McLean, Colin Hoult, Rhys Stephenson and Hannah Cockroft are put to the test by Clive Myrie in the classic quiz where celebrities go under the spotlight. Specialist subjects are The Sound of Music, the history of DC Comics, The Heart, and The Shopaholic Novels of Sophie Kinsella

Weather for the Week Ahead

A look ahead to the latest forecast

BBC News


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