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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 2019 Air Dates


S2019E01 - Losing Weight: Six Months to Save a Life - Part 1 Air Date: 03 January 2019 19:30 -

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Tonight have spent six months following the journey of three people suffering from severe obesity as they try to lose weight, before it's too late. Mentored by a specialist team from Leeds Beckett University, can their expert guidance on diet and exercise improve their health and their lives? The programme follows their highs and lows across two no-holds-barred episodes.


S2019E02 - Losing Weight: Six Months to Save a Life - Part 2 Air Date: 10 January 2019 19:30 -

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Tonight have spent six months following the journey of three people suffering from severe obesity as they try to lose weight, before it's too late. In the second of two films, we reveal the final three months of their scientifically-monitored weight loss program, and examine how they've coped with temptation during the Christmas period.


S2019E03 - Trouble on the Tracks Air Date: 17 January 2019 19:30 -

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Britain's train travellers have just been hit with annual fare rises, despite already paying some of the world's highest train fares and suffering the worst rail performance in a decade. With the rail regulator threatening Network Rail with massive fines and the Government launching a year-long rail enquiry, Tonight's Adam Shaw hits the railways to talk to passengers and experts to find out where all the money goes and whether passengers are really getting value for money.


S2019E04 - Food Challenge: Meat vs. Vegan Air Date: 24 January 2019 19:30 -

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Three meat eaters try to go vegan for a month to lose weight and to do their bit to help save the planet. How will they cope? Helen Skelton investigates the rise in Veganism and even attempts to give it a go herself.


S2019E05 - Your Body, Your Stress Air Date: 31 January 2019 19:30 -

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S2019E06 - Living on Benefits: Universal Credit? Air Date: 07 February 2019 19:30 -

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S2019E07 - Too Old to Drive Air Date: 14 February 2019 19:30 -

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There are more than five million drivers over the age of 70 in the UK - and over 100,000 of them are at least 90 years old. With a royal car accident hitting the headlines, Ginny Buckley asks: would you know when it's time to hang up your driving gloves?


S2019E08 - The Border Blocking Brexit? Air Date: 21 February 2019 19:30 -

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Award-winning journalist Mark McFadden takes a trip along the 300-mile border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to find out why it has become such a crucial sticking-point in the Brexit negotiations. Mark, who has lived on the border his whole life, meets those who live on both sides of the border, many of whom cross several times a day for work and pleasure.


S2019E09 - Back Pain: Britain's Unseen Crisis Air Date: 28 February 2019 19:30 -

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A bad back is something that many of us struggle with on a daily basis. A shocking 80 percent of people are likely to experience it at some point in their lives - and the numbers seem to be rising. Why are so many of us suffering? And what can we do to relieve the pain? GP Oscar Duke investigates.


S2019E10 - Can We Defend Ourselves Air Date: 07 March 2019 19:30 -

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With the Government recently announcing ambitious plans to keep Britain a world military leader, Tonight explores if our armed forces really are ready for combat should global tensions escalate. As the nature of modern warfare evolves and as recruitment and funding issues mount, Tom Bradby asks how prepared we are to fight.


S2019E11 - Priced Out? Old and Offline Air Date: 14 March 2019 19:30 -

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From searching for the best deals, paying bills or finding out when your bins are collected, so much of the information we need is now available online. But nearly a quarter of the population are offline or lacking basic digital skills. Jonathan Maitland investigates who are the digitally excluded, and can getting connected improve your life and save you cash?


S2019E12 - Rubbish: Britain's Tipping Point? Air Date: 21 March 2019 19:30 -

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From rows over changes to weekly bin collections, confusion over recycling, fly tipping and bin strikes - Britain seems to have more than its fair share of waste trouble. Helen Skelton investigates our problem with rubbish, and looks at the possible solutions.


S2019E13 - Brexit: The Endgame Air Date: 28 March 2019 19:30 -

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Britain voted to leave the European Union nearly three years ago, and 'Tonight' has been covering the Brexit process every step of the way, from the referendum campaign and the result, right through the negotiations to the recent deadlock. Allegra Stratton examines how we got here and what should happen next.


S2019E14 - Fraud: Stopping the Scammers Air Date: 04 April 2019 18:30 -

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Is Britain a fraudster's paradise? Or are the authorities stemming the tide of scams besieging Britain. Adam Shaw investigates.


S2019E15 - Harry and Meghan: A Royal Baby Air Date: 18 April 2019 18:30 -

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With the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby imminent, media and popular interest is growing more intense. Boy or girl, how will these very modern royals want to bring up their child? And will a new arrival mean a new beginning for the couple, after some less than positive headlines? Fiona Foster reports.


S2019E16 - Knife Crime and Me Air Date: 25 April 2019 18:30 -

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10 days after ITV weatherman Alex Beresford intervened in a Good Morning Britain discussion about knife crime, his cousin was tragically stabbed to death. In this personal investigation, Alex travels across the UK to look into the reasons behind the current knife crime epidemic - and what can be done.


S2019E17 - NHS: Violence on the Frontline Air Date: 02 May 2019 18:30 -

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Tonight asks whether violence and aggression towards NHS and frontline staff is getting worse. Dr Saleyha Ahsan, an emergency medicine doctor explores the impact of violence and aggression by patients and asks how hospital trusts can safeguard staff.


S2019E18 - Pensions: Are You Saving Enough Air Date: 09 May 2019 18:30 -

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It's estimated that one in four of us aren't saving enough for our retirement. The Tonight programme challenges three working people to try to live off their future predicted pension pots - with surprising results. Joe Crowley investigates.


S2019E19 - Supermarkets: Are You Saving Enough Air Date: 16 May 2019 18:30 -

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Brits spend an estimated 190 billion pounds every year in the nation's supermarkets. But in an increasingly competitive market with big stores battling against the discount outlets, are we getting a good deal? Fiona Foster investigates.


S2019E20 - Holidays: All-Inclusives Uncovered Air Date: 23 May 2019 18:30 -

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All inclusives are the holiday of choice for an increasing number of us. Some say, with the uncertainty of Brexit, travel companies have seen an increase in the number of people booking 'all in' package deals over the last couple of years. Hayley Hassell investigates what happens if things go wrong on an all- inclusive, and what you can do to protect yourself.


S2019E21 - Meat: Is It Still Safe? Tonight Air Date: 06 June 2019 18:30 -

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A new study claims that eating red and processed meat, even within the amounts set by government guidelines, can increase the risk of cancer. So is it still safe, or is it time to ditch bacon, sausages and ham for good? Jonathan Maitland investigates.


S2019E22 - Angry Britain: Beyond Repair? Air Date: 13 June 2019 18:30 -

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Nearly three years after Jo Cox MP was brutally murdered, her sister Kim Leadbeater explores whether Britain is now an angrier and more divided country, and asks what can be done to heal divisions, stem aggression and prevent another possible tragedy. Kim returns to her late sister's place of work to meet MPs who receive hundreds of abusive messages every week and fear for their safety, while Countdown and Strictly star Rachel Riley talks about the sexist and anti-Semitic messages she's been sent online.


S2019E23 - Is Your Car Safe? Air Date: 20 June 2019 18:30 -

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Motoring journalist Ginny Buckley investigates safety standards in the car industry, after hundreds of thousands of vehicles have been recalled with potentially serious issues - including some that have caught fire. Manufacturers say they are building vehicles to the highest possible standards, but are they doing enough?


S2019E24 - Fraud: Robbing the Elderly Air Date: 27 June 2019 18:30 -

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Every year more and more older people fall victim to theft and fraud, and the perpetrators are often those they rely on the most - carers and relatives. Helen Skelton asks whether the time has come to change the way the authorities deal with financial crimes against the elderly.


S2019E25 - Who's Our Next PM? (Part 1) Air Date: 04 July 2019 18:30 -

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Julie Etchingham presents the first of two programmes in which she profiles Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson, the final candidates in the Conservative leadership contest, as party members vote to decide Britain's next prime minister. Tonight will scrutinise their differing policies on Brexit and interrogate their domestic and foreign policy plans, as well as their vision for the country.


S2019E26 - Who's Our Next PM? (Part 2) Air Date: 11 July 2019 18:30 -

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Julie Etchingham presents the second of two programmes in which she profiles Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson, the final candidates in the Conservative leadership contest, as party members vote to decide Britain's next prime minister. Tonight will scrutinise their differing policies on Brexit and interrogate their domestic and foreign policy plans, as well as their vision for the country.


S2019E27 - The Trouble with Garden Centres? Air Date: 22 August 2019 18:30 -

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As Britain blooms and the weather heats up, garden centres are booming. Green-fingered amateurs have turned gardening into a £6billion industry. But are these places as green as people believe? Chris Choi investigates, looking at allegations including the widespread use of black plastic and environmentally costly peat-based compost.


S2019E28 - Housing Crisis: What Next for the Elderly? Air Date: 29 August 2019 18:30 -

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Most experts agree we are in the middle of a housing crisis. Could providing more accommodation for our ageing population help free up thousands of family homes?


S2019E29 - Britain's New Build Nightmares Air Date: 05 September 2019 18:30 -

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Britain is in the grip of a housing crisis with four million new homes needed to meet demand. But are some developers putting quantity before quality?


S2019E30 - Fraud: The Public Threat Air Date: 12 September 2019 18:30 -

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With nearly four million fraud offences in England and Wales last year, criminals appear to be increasingly high-tech. Scammers stole over a billion pounds from UK bank customers in 2018 using a variety of cons - including impersonating public officials and government websites. Reporter Helen Skelton investigates, and reveals for the first time how she became a victim, losing tens of thousands of pounds in the process.


S2019E31 - Cheap Clothing: The Real Cost? Air Date: 19 September 2019 18:30 -

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With people buying more clothes than every before - clothes that are quickly replaced but often not recycled - it is believed that the fashion industry will consume more than a quarter of the world's annual carbon budget by 2050. Helen Skelton investigates this growing problem to ask what solutions the industry is providing and whether consumers can make a difference.


S2019E32 - Growing Old: Social Care Crisis Air Date: 26 September 2019 18:30 -

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S2019E33 - Car Insurance: Costs and Cons? Air Date: 03 October 2019 18:30 -

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Paul Connolly goes in search of scammers selling fake car insurance to the public.


S2019E34 - Growing Old: Britain's Mental Health Crisis? Air Date: 10 October 2019 18:30 -

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Investigating one of the big issues of our time - the mental health crisis.


S2019E35 - HS2 - Death of the High Speed Express? Air Date: 17 October 2019 18:30 -

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John Ray asks whether an upcoming government review could lead to the death of HS2.


S2019E36 - Plastic: The Unseen Truth Air Date: 24 October 2019 18:30 -

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Lucy Siegle investigates whether we are ingesting plastic unknowingly.


S2019E37 - Frontline Cops: Police Fighting Back? Air Date: 31 October 2019 19:30 -

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Around 72 police officers are attacked every day in England and Wales - that's one attack every 20 minutes. Adam Shaw goes on the crime frontline to investigate.


S2019E38 - Cash In Your House: Deal or No Deal? Air Date: 07 November 2019 19:30 -

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House prices have risen significantly in most parts of the country in recent years. So is now the time for cash-poor but asset-rich homeowners to consider unlocking some of the value in their properties? Jonathan Maitland investigates.


S2019E39 - The Leader Interviews: Nigel Farage Air Date: 21 November 2019 19:30 -

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Ranvir Singh talks to Nigel Farage of the Brexit Party about his vision for the country ahead of the General Election.


S2019E40 - The Leader Interviews: Jo Swinson Air Date: 28 November 2019 19:30 -

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Tonight profiles and interviews leaders of Great Britain's political parties ahead of the General Election. This week, Ranvir Singh meets the leader of the Lib Dems, Jo Swinson.


S2019E41 - The Leader Interviews Air Date: 29 November 2019 20:30 -

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Tonight profiles leaders of Great Britain's political parties ahead of the General Election.

This week, Ranvir Singh talks to Nicola Sturgeon of the SNP, and also interviews the co-leader of the English Green Party, Siân Berry.

Jonathan Hill interviews Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price.


S2019E42 - The Leader Interviews: Jeremy Corbyn Air Date: 05 December 2019 19:30 -

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Tonight profiles leaders of Great Britain's political parties ahead of the General Election.

This week, Julie Etchingham meets the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn.


S2019E43 - The Leader Interviews: Boris Johnson Air Date: 06 December 2019 20:00 -

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Tonight profiles leaders of Great Britain's political parties ahead of the General Election.

This evening Prime Minister Boris Johnson's vision for the country, plans for Brexit and time in office are scrutinised.


S2019E44 - Christmas Costs and Cons Air Date: 12 December 2019 19:30 -

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The average UK household spends an extra £800 during December. But as millions of shoppers are preparing for the festive season, so too are criminals with a whole range of fakes, cons and scams. Adam Shaw investigates how people can get the best value gifts and keep their money safe this Christmas.


S2019E45 - Cash Free Britain? Air Date: 02 January 2020 19:30 -

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It's estimated that three quarters of the things now bought in the United Kingdom are now paid for by card - with some businesses refusing to take cash altogether. As more banks and ATMs disappear from the streets, reporter Adnan Sarwar asks if the nation is on its way to becoming a cashless society.

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