HERE’S OUR weekly look at the top Catch Up shows available to watch on BT Vision from Wednesday 30 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.
The Only Way Is Essex
It’s the tan-tastic season finale of the show that everyone loves to hate. Lauren G is back, Sam and Joey are an item, but the question on everyone’s lips is: will it all kick off again after last week’s massive bust up? The suspense is almost too much to bear.
Available until Monday 4 June on ITV Player on BT Vision
The Apprentice: The Final 5
This show gives an insight into Lord Sugar’s potential new business partner, as friends and family of the remaining five candidates spill the beans on what really makes them tick. Plus the wannabe tycoons reveal the highs and lows of their Apprentice experience.
Available until Sunday 10 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Six would-be journos get put through their paces as they compete to win their dream job, writing about celebs. But is trying to bag an interview with the rich and famous all it’s cracked up to be?
Available until Friday 1 June on ITV Player on BT Vision
Jimmy and the Giant Supermarket
Ever wondered what goes into your sausages, or how much meat there really is in that burger you’re eating? Jimmy Doherty investigates how Britain’s cheapest meat products are made, then takes on Tesco in a bid to transform its best-selling own-brand meatballs.
Available until Wednesday 6 June on 4oD on BT Vision
Since their appearance on The X Factor, pop duo Jedward have gone from strength to strength, with this being their second crack at Eurovision representing Ireland. Have they got what it takes to win the coveted title, or will they be pipped at the post by the UK’s entry, crooner Engelbert Humperdinck?
Available until Saturday 2 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
Robson’s Extreme Fishing Challenge
In the last of the series Robson Green heads to Alaska, where first up it’s all about the salmon. After battling an ex-marine he takes on a record-breaking fish guide, before trying to land the biggest halibut he can.
Available until Tuesday 4 June on Demand 5 on BT Vision
The Great British Story: A People’s History
Rather than seeing how the other half used to live, Michael Wood traces the history of Britain as a nation through the eyes of ordinary people. The first episode of this series looks at what happened to everyday Britons when the Romans left and the Anglo-Saxons took up the mantle.
Available until Friday 22 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
The Queen and I
In case it’s escaped your notice, the Diamond Jubilee is almost upon us. To mark the occasion this two-part series relives moments from the Queen’s reign, with homemade videos recorded by people who have been lucky enough to meet her.
Available until Tuesday 5 June on ITV Player on BT Vision
From their base of Ynys-hir Nature Reserve in Wales, Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games present three weeks of live wildlife coverage. This week’s theme is life in the undergrowth, with the hidden cameras capturing kingfishers trying to raise their young.
Available until Thursday 22 June on BBC iPlayer on BT Vision
A dating show in a lift: what will those wacky TV execs think of next? One lucky singleton gets to ride the lift as potential suitors try their best to impress between floors in an attempt to reach the penthouse. In this week’s episode, ladies’ man Joel gets jiggy with some salsa dancing, but will it be enough to stop his potential love interest trading him in for a cash prize? And they say romance is dead.
Available until Tuesday 5 June on 4OD on BT Vision
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