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Sat 18 May
7:30pm (75 mins)
Summary of Britain's Got TalentAnt and Dec host Britain's biggest talent competition as judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams take in the penultimate round of auditions. Which of this week's weird and wonderful performers will manage to impress the quartet with a combination of skill, showmanship and determination? A massive cash prize and the chance to take the stage at the Royal Variety Performance will soon be tantalisingly close for another handful of unique and talented acts.
Wed 22 May
9:00pm (60 mins)
Summary of The ApprenticeBusiness competition. The fight for Lord Sugar's investment continues with farmyard fun, as this task sees the candidates open their own farm shops. The hopefuls swap their high heels and city brogues for wellies as they set off to source stock from farms across the south east. One team decides to specialize in pricey buffalo produce, while the others try to churn a profit from premium milk.
Sun 19 May
8:00pm (120 mins)
Summary of The British Soap Awards 2013Phillip Schofield hosts one of the most exciting and glamorous awards ceremonies in the showbusiness calendar, celebrating the popular continuing dramas which make millions of viewers laugh and cry every single week. Some of the biggest names in entertainment present awards recognising the best actors, actresses, villains and storylines over the past year in soapland. As the big five UK shows battle it out for the coveted Best British Soap gong, will Eastenders make 2013 their sixth consecutive winning year, will there be a surprise win for Emmerdale, Hollyoaks or Doctors, or can Coronation Street's year of dramatic storylines help them reclaim the title for the first time since 2007? One well-loved actor will also be honoured with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, joining the ranks of highly regarded soap veterans including EastEnders' Barbara Windsor and Pam St Clement and Coronation Street's Bill Tarmey and Liz Dawn.
Sun 19 May
7:15pm (45 mins)
Summary of CatchphraseStephen Mulhern invites contestants Marian, Paul and Lucy to say what they see as the new series of the much-loved game show continues. The three players compete to guess familiar phrases hidden in animated clues, with one lucky contestant going through to the final Super Catchphrase round for their chance to win 50,000 pounds.
Wed 22 May
8:00pm (60 mins)
Summary of All Star Mr and MrsPhillip Schofield presents more from the new series of the classic game show as three celebrity couples battle it out to win £30,000 for their chosen charity. Who knows the most about their other half? All the couples need to do is match each other's answers - but it's not as easy as it seems. The couple with the most matches at the end of the first two rounds goes through to play in the final. Can they match their answers again in the tricky final round and win the jackpot? The couples hoping to win big this time are Coronation Street's Jennie McAlpine and her boyfriend Chris Farr, athlete Sally Gunnell and her husband Jon Bigg, and newly engaged TOWIE lovebirds Joey Essex and Sam Faiers.
Wed 22 May
7:00pm (60 mins)
Summary of The One ShowMatt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country.
Sat 18 May
8:45pm (60 mins)
Summary of The CubePhillip Schofield presents another tension-filled episode of the game show, as two more brave contestants take on the almighty Cube. Carl from Doncaster hopes to win so his family can have the holiday of a lifetime in Jamaica, while campaign manager Claire hopes her winnings will be enough for a deposit on a house. Can either of them beat the Cube?
Sat 18 May
7:45pm (15 mins)
Summary of The National Lottery DrawsThe National Lottery Saturday draws, presented by John Partridge with an exclusive performance from Status Quo. Includes Thunderball and Lotto draws, and Lotto Plus 5 results.
Mon 20 May
5:15pm (45 mins)
Summary of PointlessQuiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
Fri 17 May
10:35pm (50 mins)
Summary of The Graham Norton ShowThe award-winning host continues his unique chat show with the biggest celebrities, the brightest conversation and the best jokes on TV. Together on Graham's sofa are Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe; Isla Fisher, one of the stars of The Great Gatsby; its director, Baz Luhrmann; comedian Ed Byrne; and Wretch 32, who performs in the studio.