HERE’S OUR weekly look at the top Catch Up shows available to watch on BT Vision from Wednesday 16 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.
Phil Spencer: Secret Agent
He’s no 007, but Phil Spencer is on a mission to help some Manchester residents flog their houses in the first episode of the new series. The challenge this week is for Phil to shift a four-bed semi in Didsbury and a half-finished property on the other side of town.
Available until Friday 18 May on 4oD on BT Vision
Time definitely flies by – unbelievably, it’s been nearly 50 years since this documentary series first began. Originally intended to be a one-off programme, charting the hopes and dreams of British children, it looks at whether class defines your role in life.
Available until Tuesday 22 May on ITV Player on BT Vision
We’re at the halfway mark, with eight candidates now left. This week it’s all about British bubbly as the teams are tasked with raising the profile of English sparkling wine. Will it be Sterling or Phoenix that falls flat on their faces? And who will be drowning their sorrows when Lord Sugar fires them?
Available until Sunday 10 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
It’s no secret that we’re getting fatter as a nation, but are we in denial about how much we actually consume? Anna Richardson presents this new series in which people who are piling on the pounds are put under round-the-clock surveillance. The programme looks at their eating habits in an attempt to discover why.
Available until Thursday 24 May on 4oD on BT Vision
Finally, Matt LeBlanc shows there’s more to his acting repertoire than Joey from Friends. Episodes, a comedy about a couple (Tamsin Greig and Stephen Mangan) who try to recreate their hit UK sitcom Pucks! for an American audience, returns for a brand new second series.
Available until Friday 13 July on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Britain’s Got Talent
Even if you’ve heard who won BGT, it’s still worth checking out the final of this talent show competition to see star turns from teen opera sensations Jonathan and Charlotte, and Pudsey the dancing dog.
Available until Sunday 20 May on ITV Player
Ever wondered what goes on behind the closed doors of the British aristocracy? Now’s your chance to see just how the other half lives with this fly-on-the-wall series following a year in the life of the owners and staff of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
Available until Monday 4 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Dirty Great Machines
The ultimate show for boys who love their toys, this programme unearths some of the most high-tech, cutting-edge diggers and drillers in the world. This week’s episode takes a look at how machines are used to extract natural resources from our oceans.
Available until Friday 18 May on Demand 5 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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