HERE’S OUR weekly look at the top Catch Up shows available to watch on BT Vision from Wednesday 9 May.
For the full listings for ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 shows on BT Vision, visit our Catch Up listings guide, and for BBC iPlayer listings, press the BT Vision button on your remote and choose Catch Up > BBC iPlayer.
Britain’s Biggest Hoarders
If you think you’ve got a problem when it comes to clearing out stuff, this programme will make you think again. Presenter Jasmine Harman gets in the experts to help her mum and other chronic hoarders battle their debilitating disorder.
Available until Tuesday 15 May on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Dr Christian Jessen and the team look back at some of their most memorable cases in the last episode of the current series, including a man who leaked milk, a patient with three nipples and advice on how to self-check for breast cancer.
Available until Tuesday 15 May on 4oD on BT Vision
Ooh, that Terry Duckworth’s a wrong ‘un. The question is, will his long-lost son Tommy finally come to his senses before it’s too late? And while Dev’s off playing golf, are Sunita and Karl playing a dangerous game of their own?
Available until Wednesday 16 May on ITV Player on BT Vision
The Gadget Show: World Tour
Jason Bradbury and Pollyanna Woodward hit California on the latest stop of their worldwide gadget search. It goes without saying that their first port of call is Silicon Valley, where they put desktop computers to the test, before trying out a revolutionary skateboard.
Available until Monday 14 May on Demand 5 on BT Vision
Have athlete Ash and rugby fan Graham got what it takes to beat The Cube in this nail-biting game show? Each player must complete a series of seven challenges that will test their agility and skill to win the jackpot of £250,000.
Available until Saturday 12 May on ITV Player on BT Vision
Who Do You Think You Are?
EastEnders legend June Brown is the first celeb to trace her family tree in this new series. June embarks upon a personal journey of discovery to find out if she really is a true Eastender, revealing her ancestor’s involvement in bare-knuckle boxing and her Jewish heritage.
Available until Monday 14 May on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer cook up a veritable feast in their weekly culinary and entertainment show. This week’s guests include chart-topper Marina And The Diamonds and the girl of many teenage boys’ dreams, Emily Atack, star of The Inbetweeners.
Available until Monday 14 May on 4oD on BT Vision
Olly – Life On Murs
It’s your last chance to follow pop star Olly Murs as he embarks upon his first arena tour of the country, so no pressure there, then. Ladies, prepare to swoon, as Olly and the band head to Aberdeen where they don kilts. This is followed by a spot of Irish dancing in Dublin before his final performance.
Available until Friday 11 May on ITV Player on BT Vision
Alan Carr: Chatty Man
On Alan’s sofa this week are comedian Eddie Izzard and the cast of Made In Chelsea. Plus, judges David Walliams and Amanda Holden give the lowdown on Britain’s Got Talent, and punk funk band Gossip perform their single Perfect World.
Available until Saturday 12 May on 4oD on BT Vision
The candidates get to show off their cultured side with this week’s art task, with teams Phoenix and Sterling representing urban artists in a pop-up gallery. Which team will make the most cash? And who will draw the short straw and get fired?
Available until Sunday 10 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Enjoy all these and much more by pressing the BT Vision button on your remote and choosing Catch Up
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