What´s On Channel 4 Today
Debra's hippie sister turns up unexpectedly at the house to announce that she has decided to become a nun.
Ray is upset when Debra says that he is just like his cousin, so he turns to his family for reassurance.
Debra spends a whole day cooking with Marie, in an effort to get along with her mother-in-law, and Ray reluctantly agrees to take Robert and Frank to a car show.
Sheldon is mortified when he stumbles upon an important scientific breakthrough by accident. Howard makes a romantic gesture to Bernadette. (S7 Ep6/24)
Sheldon is jealous when Professor Proton asks Leonard to read his latest publication, so he befriends a TV personality from a rival science show. (S7 Ep7/24)
A worried Leonard thinks that Sheldon will overreact when he confesses that he failed to return a DVD to the rental shop seven years earlier. (S7 Ep8/24)
Jamie Oliver makes a simple but showstopping sticky onion tart; a creamy coconut pumpkin rice, with a spicy butter bean stew; and turbocharged aubergines with epic Indian spices. (Ep7/8)
Jamie makes a beautiful oozy risotto with roasted tomato. In Jerusalem, he's inspired by gorgeous breakfasts and rustles up pancakes with spinach and chilli. Plus: a veg-packed pie. (Ep8/8)
Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host an online edition with guests Joe Wicks, Richard Blackwood and Jo Hartley, and music from Declan McKenna and AJR. Plus a look back at some classic moments.
Principal Skinner and Mrs Krabappel embark on a torrid affair, but have to bribe Bart to keep the whole thing a secret.
Bart buys Laddie, an amazing new dog, with a credit card that has accidentally been sent to Santa's Little Helper.
I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot: In an attempt to impress Bart, Homer builds a robot to fight in Robot Wars. But when his technical deficiencies prove too much, he dons a robot suit himself.
Diatribe of a Mad Housewife: Homer is upset when Marge has a novel published about a long-suffering wife with a nightmare husband.
Action-packed fantasy. Despotic ruler Galbatorix (John Malkovich) thinks he has exterminated all the Dragon Riders, but one survives to challenge his reign.
In Newark, Simon O'Brien finds an antique European threshing board, which he turns into a coffee table, and Henry Cole's all at sea with a ship's porthole. (S2 Ep17/25)
Penelope Keith takes to the road to explore our changing relationship with that quintessential British institution: the village. She starts in East Anglia, on the Norfolk Broads. (Ep1/3)
It's mid-summer and the heat is on for Dick and Angel at the peak of the events season, with wedding cakes melting, school holidays, a boating lake - and a leaky boat. (S5 Ep4/7)
...News Special: Channel 4's flagship news programme. Including the Queen's message to the nation.
...of the Kings: This episode follows archaeologists hunting for Cleopatra's lost tomb. Underwater archaeologists dive the Mediterranean to explore the sunken ruins of ancient Alexandria.
The eighth and final series continues. Carrie waits. Wellington makes a discovery. (S8 Ep8)
On the box this week: Jamie Oliver's Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On; Celebrity Murder Mystery; The Andrew Marr Show with Joe Wicks; and This Morning with dog yoga. (S15 Ep7)
Second series of the extraordinary Danish drama. The Krogh family is trying to find a semblance of normality after August's death. In Danish/subs. (S2 Ep1)
Comedy-drama with James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Two divorcees start to date. But she also begins a secret friendship that may threaten the relationship. Strong language.
Drama. Two teenage boys find a fugitive killer (Matthew McConaughey) on a river island and agree to help him locate his estranged girlfriend (Reese Witherspoon). Some violence.
In Bournemouth, Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer help two single parents who want to bring their families together, and a family who are stuck in a rental rut.
Can a home cook recover from an early mistake as they compete against chef James Tanner to make their version of duck with winter vegetables? (Ep6)
Under the instruction of master florist Sioned Rowlands, Kirstie Allsopp learns how to create a flower arrangement for the 'petite' category at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Richard Madeley joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner.