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A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.

Genres: Family
Station: ITV (UK)
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Status: Running
Start: 1999-04-08

Tonight Season 2017 Air Dates


S2017E01 - Your Pound: What's It Worth? Air Date: 12 January 2017 19:30 -

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2016 saw the pound fall to record lows, with experts now predicting many of our household costs and bills will be hit by rising prices. Adam Shaw investigates what the new financial climate means for consumers - and what we might have to pay more for.


S2017E02 - President Trump America's Greatest Gamble? Air Date: 19 January 2017 19:30 -

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On Friday, Donald J Trump - a celebrity businessman with no political experience who defied all expectations in order to be elected - will officially assume the office of the President of the United States of America, becoming arguably the most powerful man in the world. ITV News Washington correspondent Robert Moore speaks to Americans thrilled at the prospect of a truth-speaking outsider at the helm, and others who are deeply fearful about what a divisive and inexperienced president Trump may turn out to be.


S2017E03 - Keep, Chuck or Clean? Air Date: 26 January 2017 19:30 -

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With Britain's households containing over 30 billion pounds worth of unused clothing and many homes now full of new goods after Christmas, Fiona Foster investigates if many of us are hoarding things we do not need and reveals how simple changes can cut the clutter, keep us healthy and save some cash as well.


S2017E04 - Energy Bills: Can We Be Smarter? Air Date: 02 February 2017 19:30 -

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As cold weather drives energy bills ever higher, Tonight investigates smart meters, the 11-billion-pound scheme that is supposed to save people money.


S2017E05 - The Truth About Exercise Air Date: 09 February 2017 19:30 -

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The fitness industry is worth billions, but does going to the gym really make a difference - and can workouts on the NHS help turn around unhealthy lifestyles and potentially save lives? Fiona Foster investigates the pros and cons of exercise


S2017E06 - Bank of Mum & Dad Air Date: 16 February 2017 19:30 -

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Adam Shaw investigates why millennials are experiencing money troubles and their parents are having to pick up the tab - how much is it costing the Bank of Mum and Dad?


S2017E07 - The Truth About Sexual Harassment Air Date: 23 February 2017 19:30 -

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Amid reports that sexual harassment of women on the streets and in nightclubs is getting worse, Tonight goes undercover to see if some men really are still behaving badly. Presented by Julie Etchingham.


S2017E08 - NHS: Medical Blunders Reunited Air Date: 02 March 2017 19:30 -

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Britain's health service is regarded as one of the best in the world, but what happens when the medics get it wrong? From serious misdiagnoses to surgical instruments left in bodies after operations, Jonathan Maitland investigates how mistakes can sometimes end up costing lives - and the NHS billions.


S2017E09 - Buy Today, Pay Tomorrow? Air Date: 09 March 2017 19:30 -

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With households currently borrowing more than a billion pounds a month, Adam Shaw investigates whether Britain is heading for a new credit crunch.


S2017E10 - Famine - Millions on the Brink Air Date: 16 March 2017 19:30 -

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Rageh Omaar reports on a growing humanitarian crisis as 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen teeter on the brink of famine. As the UN says the famines are the worst the world has experienced since 1945, this programme looks at what can be done to prevent scenes similar to those in 2011 when over a quarter of a million people died of starvation.


S2017E11 - Terror in London - A Tonight Special Air Date: 23 March 2017 19:30 -

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This winter has seen many of our hospitals pushed to the brink. Fiona Foster investigates what some are calling a crisis in frontline services, and reveals what other areas of the NHS could be at risk.


S2017E12 - Help Stop Me Ageing! Air Date: 30 March 2017 18:30 -

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Jonathan Maitland investigates the latest groundbreaking science, looking at ways people might be able to look younger and live longer while remaining healthy, and asks if it is really possible to reverse the ageing process.


S2017E13 - Deal or No Deal? Brexit Britain Air Date: 06 April 2017 18:30 -

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As Britain gets ready for Brexit, businesses up and down the land have some big questions. Who the UK trades will define whether the biggest political decision in a generation is a success or not. It could herald a new age of prosperity in a globalised economy, but failure would mean the entire nation could end up poorer. Julie Etchingham explores the opportunities and obstacles for Britain as it prepares to leave a trading block which it has been part of for nearly 50 years.


S2017E14 - Help Stop Me Ageing! Air Date: 13 April 2017 18:30 -

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Jonathan Maitland investigates the latest groundbreaking science, looking at ways people might be able to look younger and live longer while remaining healthy, and asks if it is really possible to reverse the ageing process.


S2017E15 - Trump: The First 100 Days Air Date: 20 April 2017 18:30 -

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As US President Donald Trump marks his 100th day as commander-in-chief, ITV News Washington correspondent Robert Moore asks whether the US is more divided than ever and if the new administration has really made a profound difference to the country. The programme speaks to Americans fearful of the direction in which their nation is heading, and those who believe Trump is restoring their country to a bold new era of greatness.


S2017E16 - Brits Abroad: Is the Dream Over? Air Date: 27 April 2017 18:30 -

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Over a million Britons live and work in the EU, and many of them are becoming increasingly fearful of what Brexit might mean for them. Since the referendum vote, they have seen pensions paid in sterling drop in value and they are worried about affordable healthcare. So is the sunshine turning sour for the Brexpat Brits?


S2017E17 - How Safe is Your Pension? Air Date: 04 May 2017 18:30 -

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Adam Shaw looks at the fraudulent scammers targeting around 11 million people every year in a bid to get hold of their pensions, as the programme goes undercover to expose some of those trying to target the public's retirement funds.


S2017E18 - The Leader Interviews: Tim Farron Air Date: 08 May 2017 19:00 -

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Julie Etchingham sits down with the leaders of the UK's political parties ahead of the general election. Tonight, she talks to Tim Farron of the Liberal Democrats about his passions, his policies and his vision for Britain.


S2017E19 - The Leader Interviews: Paul Nuttall Air Date: 11 May 2017 18:30 -

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Julie Etchingham sits down with the leaders of the UK's political parties ahead of the general election. Tonight, she talks to Paul Nuttall of UKIP about his life, his interests and his vision for Britain.


S2017E20 - The Leader Interviews: Jeremy Corbyn Air Date: 15 May 2017 19:00 -

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Julie Etchingham talks to Jeremy Corbyn of the Labour Party about his policies, his passions and his vision for Britain ahead of the general election.


S2017E21 - The ITV Leaders' Debate Air Date: 18 May 2017 19:00 -

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Julie Etchingham hosts a live debate between party leaders ahead of the snap General Election on June 8th.


S2017E22 - The Manchester Attack Air Date: 25 May 2017 18:30 -

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Three days ago, a suicide bomber launched an attack in the heart of Manchester - the target, a pop concert with thousands of teenage fans. 22 people died and scores were injured. But who was the bomber who deliberately targeted children - and how is the city responding?


S2017E23 - The Leader Interviews Air Date: 05 June 2017 19:00 -

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Julie Etchingham talks to the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, Jonathan Hill interviews Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood and Libby Wiener talks to co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas.


S2017E24 - New Build Nightmares Air Date: 08 June 2017 18:30 -

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Jonathan Maitland investigates the rise in complaints about poorly built houses and controversial leasehold contracts.


S2017E25 - The Tower Block Disaster Air Date: 15 June 2017 18:30 -

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Julie Etchingham examines yesterday's tragic tower block fire in West London that claimed numerous lives, and asks how can we prevent it from happening again?


S2017E26 - Sun, Sea and Scams Air Date: 22 June 2017 18:30 -

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ITV consumer editor Chris Choi investigates some of the very latest scams that criminals and con artists are already using to target British tourists, as millions prepare to head abroad for their summer holidays this year. From online booking fraud to street crime, Chris exposes tricks of the trade to watch out for.


S2017E27 - The True Cost of Parking Air Date: 06 July 2017 18:30 -

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With private parking tickets now being issued every seven seconds, Fiona Foster investigates the industry now making millions by ticketing hapless motorists - with help from the DVLA.


S2017E28 - How Safe is a Sun Tan? Air Date: 17 August 2017 18:30 -

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S2017E29 - Can Crooks Hack Your Home? Air Date: 24 August 2017 18:30 -

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The average modern UK home contains a dizzying array of smart devices, with TVs, baby monitors, fridges and smoke alarms just a few of the many items hooked up to home networks or plugged straight into the internet. But could connected technology now be providing an open invitation to cyber crooks to steal vital information from people without the need to physically enter properties? Georgie Barrat investigates just how easy it could be for criminals to hack our homes.


S2017E30 - Fight or Flight? The Drunken Truth Air Date: 31 August 2017 18:30 -

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Hundreds of people have been arrested for drunkenness, violence and sexual assaults at British airports and on board aircraft over the past year. But what is to blame - a booze culture or businesses making millions selling alcohol? And what is being done to combat the problem and keep passengers safe? Aasmah Mir investigates.


S2017E32 - Undercover: Breaking into Britain Air Date: 07 September 2017 18:30 -

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This edition goes undercover to investigate the booming business of fake passports and the state of Britain's border security, as Jonathan Maitland visits Greece to expose the secret trade in dodgy documents where a fake passport can be bought for just 500 pounds, before speaking to Home Office whistleblowers who reveal their concerns about the way Britain's borders are policed. With the Brexit vote pushing control of UK borders to the forefront of the political landscape, this programme asks if such control has already been lost - and whether things are going to get worse rather than better.


S2017E33 - Fat: The Healthy Option? Air Date: 14 September 2017 18:30 -

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Catherine Tyldesley investigates the truth about fats, hoping to dispel some myths about which are the healthiest when it comes to food. As well as highlighting the dangers lurking in many take-aways and convenience foods, the programme also looks at the types and amounts of fat people should be eating every day, and advises what foods to avoid.


S2017E34 - The Jewel Raiders Air Date: 21 September 2017 18:30 -

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After spending years training in a secret crime academy, a gang of Romanian criminals arrived in Britain in 2015. In less than a year, they raided 11 jewellery stores, getting away with luxury watches and diamond rings worth more than three million pounds. With exclusive access to the police investigation and CCTV footage, Tonight reveals how the gang was eventually tracked down and caught.


S2017E35 - Work 'till You Drop? Air Date: 28 September 2017 18:30 -

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With a record number of pensioners still working, Tonight explores what they are up to, why they are doing it and what it means for the UK. Noreena Hertz meets people joyfully working through their 60s and beyond, as well as those struggling to a find a job at an older age. The economic impact of an ageing workforce is revealed and the programme looks at how businesses are adapting to cope with a country working for longer.


S2017E36 - Britain's Claim Culture - Revealed Air Date: 12 October 2017 18:30 -

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Hayley Hassall investigates Britain's obsession with personal injury claims, and the huge industry specialising in them - whether it be for holiday sickness or whiplash. It is pushing up premiums and the cost of holidays, but the insurers and tour operators who pay out are fighting back, with fake claimants being prosecuted, named and shamed.


S2017E37 - Work 'Til You Drop? Air Date: 19 October 2017 18:30 -

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With a record number of pensioners still working, Tonight explores what they are up to, why they are doing it and what it means for the UK. Noreena Hertz meets people working through their 60s and beyond, as well as those struggling to a find a job at an older age. The economic impact of an ageing workforce is revealed and the programme looks at how businesses are adapting to cope with a country working for longer.


S2017E38 - Car Crime: Are You a Target? Air Date: 26 October 2017 18:30 -

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Car crime is rocketing, with vehicles stolen to order for parts, to be used in crime or sold abroad. Jonathan Maitland reports on the crime epidemic that is sweeping the country.


S2017E39 - The Big Fat Truth Air Date: 02 November 2017 19:30 -

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It is estimated there are more than 57,000 takeaways in the UK, with that figure expected to grow by nearly 30 per cent over the next ten years. Local authorities say they are trying to control their spread - amid claims that fast food outlets are fuelling obesity and poor health in some of our deprived communities? Ranvir Singh investigates.


S2017E40 - Harassment: Uncovering the Truth? Air Date: 09 November 2017 19:30 -

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With allegations of sexual harassment and serious assaults hitting the headlines in recent weeks, Julie Etchingham investigates how widespread the problem is across society - and whether enough is being done to stop it.


S2017E41 - Acid Attacks: How Scared Should We Be? Air Date: 16 November 2017 19:30 -

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With acid attacks doubling over the past five years and becoming the weapon of choice for some criminals that leave their victims with life-changing injuries, the government has proposed to tighten controls over such materials and impose tougher sentences on those committing such acts - but will they be enough to solve the problem? Fiona Foster investigates.


S2017E42 - Harry and Meghan - A Royal Revolution? Air Date: 23 November 2017 19:30 -

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She is a popular American actor and a divorcee. He is a combat veteran and one of Britain's favourite royals. The relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may seem like a storybook romance, but what does it say about the modern monarchy, and what does the establishment really think about any prospect of their engagement? Fiona Foster investigates.


S2017E43 - Elderly Theft: Robbing the Relatives Air Date: 30 November 2017 19:30 -

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More elderly people than ever before are falling foul of financial abuse, with the criminals often closer to home than we would like to think. Could laws designed to protect the most vulnerable actually be leading to a rise in theft within families? Fiona Foster investigates.


S2017E44 - Christmas Cons Revealed Air Date: 07 December 2017 19:30 -

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Last Christmas, British consumers were cheated out of 10 million pounds by paying for items online that were either fake or non-existent. Dan Clark-Neal investigates how thieves are defrauding the public, and finds out what can be done to spend safely online.


S2017E45 - Butcher Surgeon: A Scandal Uncovered Air Date: 14 December 2017 19:30 -

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Tonight investigates one of the worst scandals in medical history, detailing how a rogue surgeon performed botched or unnecessary operations on more than 1,000 women for nearly two decades before being brought to justice. The programme also hears from whistleblowers who say they tried to expose him - but were ignored.


S2017E46 - Hungry, Homeless and on Benefits Air Date: 21 December 2017 19:30 -

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It may be the season of good cheer, but for many this Christmas, it will be anything but cheery. Homelessness is rising and, with more people now said to be living in poverty, Tonight investigates why this festive season is going to be so hard for some families.

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