This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 1 on Sunday, September 22 2019

06:00Breakfast The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. [S] 
07:40Match of the Day Gary Lineker introduces highlights of Saturday's Premier League games, including Manchester City v Watford, Leicester v Tottenham and Crystal Palace v Wolves. [S] 
09:00The Andrew Marr Show Andrew Marr is joined by key political personalities to discuss topical politics. [S] 
10:00Sunday Politics London The latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
10:30Sunday Morning Live 14/20. An opinionated panel of guests tackle moral, ethical and religious issues. [S] 
11:30Wanted Down Under Revisited 13/15. Two near-death experiences had cheated Nazeem Mungur of the life he once knew, and he was convinced moving down under could help him be the dad he once was. [S] 
12:15Bargain Hunt 19/32. Anita Manning presents from Lewes in East Sussex, with experts Philip Serrell and Nick Hall. There are plenty of potential purchases on Lewes High Street. [S,AD] 
13:00BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. [S] 
13:15Songs of Praise Kate Bottley finds a helter-skelter in Norwich Cathedral is bringing Christianity to life and attracting many families. She also meets a Norfolk farmer praying for a good harvest. [S] 
13:50Points of View 14/20. Viewers have their say on the BBC's television programmes. Email your thoughts to, tweet @BBCPoV or write to Points of View, BBC Northern Ireland, Belfast BT2 8HQ. [S] 
14:05Lifeline Gaby Roslin presents a lifeline appeal on behalf of WellChild - a charity helping to get seriously ill children and young people out of hospital and home to their families. [S] 
14:15Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell meet the developers who have purchased homes in London's Streatham, Flimby in Cumbria and Sinfin near Derby. [S] 
15:15Escape to the Country Jonnie Irwin is in Norfolk, helping a couple who have an 800k budget to buy their first property together. Jonnie also takes a ride on a narrow gauge steam train. [S] 
16:15Garden Rescue 8/25. Garden renovation series. Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are tasked with transforming a long, thin garden in Northampton. [S,AD] 
17:00Money for Nothing 13/30. Junk makeover show. Jay Blades is at the recycling centre in Walsall, where he finds a battered blue suitcase, a red wing-back chair and a Formica tabletop. [S] 
17:45Pointless Celebrities A special musical theatre edition of the general knowledge quiz, featuring Joanne Clifton, Hannah Waddingham, Duncan James and Jade Ewen. [S] 
18:35BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. [S] 
18:50BBC London The latest news, sport and weather from London. [S] 
19:00Countryfile The best shepherds from across the British Isles descend on the Scottish Borders to find out which nation has what it takes to claim the coveted title of One Man and His Dog 2019. [S] 
20:00Antiques Roadshow 3/20. The Roadshow is in Scotland at the V&A Dundee. Amongst the treasures brought along are a silver bowl found at a car boot sale, a Vivienne Westwood jacket and some rare SAS medals. [S] 
21:00Peaky Blinders 6/6. Family tensions surface after an unexpected announcement. Tommy puts his plan for Oswald Mosley into action, but has he underestimated his opponent? [S,AD] 
22:05BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. [S] 
22:25BBC London The latest news, sport and weather from London. [S] 
22:35Match of the Day 2 Mark Chapman presents highlights of today's three mouthwatering fixtures from the Premier League, with Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all in action. [S] 
23:50A Question of Sport 10/36. Joining Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell are England defender James Tarkowski, Olympic sprinter Asha Philip, long jump world champion Stef Reid and Olympic swimmer Michael Jamieson. [S] 
00:20Dream House (2011) Film Psychological thriller. A former publisher moves with his family to a new house in a small town, where he finds out that the former occupants were murdered. Contains some strong language. [2011] 
01:45Weather for the Week Ahead Detailed weather forecast. [S] 
01:50BBC News BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news. [S] 
06:00Breakfast The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. [S]