This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC News 24 on Saturday, February 24 2018

06:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Including Click. Also in HD. [S] 
07:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Including Newswatch. Also in HD. [S] 
08:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Also in HD. [S] 
09:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
10:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
10:30The Travel Show Jo Whalley is learning winter survival skills in the mountains of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park. Also in HD. [S] 
11:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
11:30Dateline London Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes, and at how the issues of the week are being tackled around the world. Also in HD. [S] 
12:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
12:30Click Click visits a cryptocurrency mine in Iceland to see what it takes to create and make money from one of the most successful cryptocoins out there - Etherium. Also in HD. [S] 
13:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
13:30Witness Introduces another five important moments in history, including Judge Sisi Khampepe sharing her memories of serving on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa. Also in HD. [S] 
14:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
14:30Damming The Nile The world's longest river flows from Lake Tana in Ethiopia, through Sudan and into Egypt and is vital to all three countries. But who controls the water? Alastair Leithead reports. Also in HD. [S] 
15:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
15:30Click Click visits a cryptocurrency mine in Iceland to see what it takes to create and make money from one of the most successful cryptocoins out there - Etherium. Also in HD. [S] 
16:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
16:30Dateline London Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes, and at how the issues of the week are being tackled around the world. Also in HD. [S] 
17:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
18:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
18:30Sportsday A round-up of all the day's sports events. Also in HD. [S] 
19:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
19:30Sportsday A round up of all the day's sports events. Also in HD. [S] 
20:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
20:30Damming The Nile The world's longest river flows from Lake Tana in Ethiopia, through Sudan and into Egypt and is vital to all three countries. But who controls the water? Alastair Leithead reports. Also in HD. [S] 
21:00World News Today The news programme for audiences who want more depth to their daily coverage. With a focus on Europe, Middle East and Africa. Also in HD. [S] 
21:30Our World: Crushing Dissent in... ...Egypt. Crushing Dissent in Egypt: As Egypt's president al-Sisi looks set to be re-elected in March, Orla Guerin meets the victims of alleged human rights violations by his regime. Also in HD. [S] 
22:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
22:30The Papers No need to wait until tomorrow morning to see what's in the papers - tune in for a lively and informed conversation about the next day's headlines. Also in HD. [S] 
22:45Meet the Author James Naughtie and Rebecca Jones talk to the writers behind the latest new books. Also in HD. [S] 
23:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
23:30The Papers No need to wait until tomorrow morning to see what's in the papers - tune in for a lively and informed conversation about the next day's headlines. Also in HD. [S] 
23:45The Film Review Mark Kermode gives his unique take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases, with Jane Hill. Also in HD. [S] 
00:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
00:30Damming The Nile The world's longest river flows from Lake Tana in Ethiopia, through Sudan and into Egypt and is vital to all three countries. But who controls the water? Alastair Leithead reports. Also in HD. [S] 
01:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
01:30The Travel Show Jo Whalley is learning winter survival skills in the mountains of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park. Also in HD. [S] 
02:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
02:30Dateline London Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes, and at how the issues of the week are being tackled around the world. Also in HD. [S] 
03:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
03:30Our World: Crushing Dissent in... ...Egypt. Crushing Dissent in Egypt: As Egypt's president al-Sisi looks set to be re-elected in March, Orla Guerin meets the victims of alleged human rights violations by his regime. Also in HD. [S] 
04:00BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
04:30Click Click visits a cryptocurrency mine in Iceland to see what it takes to create and make money from one of the most successful cryptocoins out there - Etherium. Also in HD. [S] 
05:00BBC News The latest news from the BBC in Arabic. Also in HD. [S] 
05:30The Week in Parliament BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster, presented by Mandy Baker. Also in HD. [S] 
06:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Including the Film Review. Also in HD. [S]