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Join Aled Jones and Sara Cox for Too Much TV, with guests Carol Kirkwood and actor Tyger Drew-Honey. If you don't know what to watch - watch us! We'll tell you what is new and what is going to be good on TV this week.
Emma Bunton and Sara Cox take to the sofa to discuss what's hot on TV. Find out everything you need to know about Monday's TV, and get yourself a sneaky peak of Tuesday's top picks.
Guests include Giles Coren and Strictly Come Dancing professional Giovanni Pernice. Homage is paid to TV chef Keith Floyd, plus a look at some of Italy's craziest TV shows.
Aled Jones and Emma Bunton host as the stars of The Great Interior Design Challenge are in the studio and Marathon Man Eddie Izzard joins with a live link-up from South Africa. Plus they look at a year in TV history and find out who the best double act in telly is.
There's just too much TV! But don't worry, hosts Sara Cox and Aled Jones give you the lowdown on everything you should be watching.
As well as reviewing tonight's top TV, hosts Sara and Aled are joined by guest Chelsee Healey, who talks about her time on Bear Grylls: Mission Survive. Plus, they talk about TV trends with fashion expert Kate Halfpenny.
Aled Jones and Sara Cox provide a rundown of what to watch on TV tonight and over the weekend, and talk to The Night Manager actor Alistair Petrie and Shetland's Alison O'Donnell.
Susan Calman brings back an iconic show from the past, plus Aled and Sara go head to head in the Friday TV Quiz.
Rufus Hound and Emma Bunton host. They are joined in the studio by Joivan Wade from Eastenders and Rufus Jones from BBC2 comedies Stag and W1A. Plus Susan Calman says which TV show she'd like to bring back from the archives.
As well as reviewing the night's top TV, hosts Emma Bunton and Rufus Hound are joined by Holby City's newest surgeon, Jemma Redgrave. Plus Susan Calman goes behind the scenes at Holby's prosthetics department, and the team take a look at some of TV's biggest stunts.
As well as reviewing tonight's top TV, hosts Sara and Rufus are joined by Mr Selfridge star Calum Callaghan and Piers Taylor from The 100k House: Tricks of the Trade. Plus Funmbi Omotayo hits the streets of Cardiff to find out who is TV's best of the best.
Sara Cox and Aled Jones are joined by Doctors actor Matthew Chambers, Susan Calman uncovers some great corpsing moments, Funmbi Omotayo discusses the classic TV show he would like to bring back and the programme goes behind the scenes at A Question of Sport.
TV chat and discussion. Emma Bunton and Aled Jones preview the weekend's TV and go head-to-head in the Friday quiz. With comedian Tim Vine and Eurovision hopefuls Joe and Jake.
Sara Cox and Aled Jones preview some of the evening's best television. They are joined on the sofa by Silent Witness star Liz Carr and 'Allo 'Allo! actress Vicki Michelle, and they pay tribute to entertainer Bob Monkhouse.
Emma Bunton and Aled Jones host as Robert Emms is on the sofa to talk about the final episode of Happy Valley, Brian Conley chats about his TV career and Susan Calman goes behind the scenes at Pointless.
As well as reviewing the the night's top TV, hosts Sara Cox and Aled Jones are joined by Countryfile's Tom Heap and former Olympian Iwan Thomas. Plus Funmbi Omotayo hits the streets of Birmingham to find out this week's Best of the Best.
As well as previewing Thursday's TV, Emma Bunton and Aled Jones are joined by Jeremy Vine. Plus Toby Earle reports on TV's biggest news stories in the Grapevine.
Emma Bunton and Aled Jones host as Nikesh Patel and Aysha Kala from Indian Summers visit the studio, Susan Calman turns estate agent to talk about TV's most famous houses and Louise Hazel visits Sport Relief to see how preparations are going ahead of tonight's appeal.
Emma Bunton and Sara Cox are joined by former BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull and Escape to the Country's Nicki Chapman. Plus, Toby Earle reports on TV's biggest news stories in the Grapevine.
As well as previewing the night's top TV, hosts Emma Bunton and Sara Cox are joined by Greg McHugh from brand new BBC drama The A Word and queen of impersonations Debra Stephenson. And Tim Vine tells us which TV show he would like to bring back.
Sara Cox and Aled Jones host as MasterChef finalists Emma Spitzer and Tony Rodd chat about the new series of the cookery show, Susan Calman visits a foley artist, Jason Mohammad is on the sofa to talk about the British TV institution that is Crimewatch, and some classic TV shows are revisited in Windback Wednesday.
There is just too much TV! But don't worry, hosts Emma Bunton and Aled Jones give you the lowdown on everything you should be watching.
They are joined by Julia Bradbury, and Carol Klein from Gardeners' World. Plus, Toby Earle reports on TV's biggest news stories in the Grapevine.
As well as previewing this weekend's TV, Aled Jones and Sara Cox talk to The Night Manager's Michael Nardone.
Plus Will Mellor talks about the return of crime series The Line of Duty and prosthetic effects expert Neill Gorton is the day's show pro.
Sara Cox and Aled Jones are joined by Blue Peter's Lindsey Russell and new Casualty star Hannah Spearritt. Plus Louise Hazel goes behind the scenes at The Voice, Toby Earle has some more TV news in The Grapevine and TV trailblazer Fred Dibnah is celebrated.
Previewing tonight's top TV, hosts Emma Bunton and Aled Jones are joined by comedian Dave Spikey and Raised by Wolves star Helen Monks. Plus Funmbi Omotayo hits the streets of Brixton to find out which TV cook is the Best of the Best.
As well as previewing the night's top TV, hosts Emma Bunton and Sara Cox are joined by Antiques Roadshow expert Eric Knowles, and Chris Hollins is in studio to talk about the return of BBC1's Secret Britain. Plus Susan Calman explains why you should never mix animals and TV.
Emma Bunton and Aled Jones host as You're Back in the Room's hypnotist Keith Barry joins them, as well as Elaine C Smith from comedy Two Doors Down. Plus Toby Earle has more TV gossip in The Grapevine, Sara Cox brings back a classic TV show and Game of Thrones is given the Nutshell treatment.
Join Sara Cox and Aled Jones for the last in the series of Too Much TV. Joining them are actor Larry Lamb and one of TV's toughest judges Jason Gardiner.