This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC News 24 on Sunday, November 19 2017

06:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Including the Film Review. Also in HD. [S] 
07:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Including The Travel Show. Also in HD. [S] 
08:00Breakfast The daily early morning news programme. Also in HD. [S] 
09:00BBC News The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team. Also in HD. [S] 
09:30The Papers A lively, informed and in-depth conversation about the Sunday papers. 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] 
11:00BBC News Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
11:30In the Shadow of Red October The Russian Revolution of 1917 sparked a political and social earthquake that would define the 20th century. 100 years on, how do Russians view Red October? 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 Spencer is back in China to get a behind the scenes look at a mobile phone factory where smartphones are tested for 'extreme tolerance'. 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] 
13:30The Travel Show Carmen Roberts takes a trip on one of Japan's prettiest railways, and finds out why part of it now lies abandoned. Lucy Hedges tests out ride hailing apps. 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] 
14:30Politics Europe Norman Smith with the latest news from European politics, as the UK heads towards Brexit, with Toby Young and Rachel Sylvester, Labour MEP Alex Mayer and Ukip leader Henry Bolton. 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 Spencer is back in China to get a behind the scenes look at a mobile phone factory where smartphones are tested for 'extreme tolerance'. 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] 
16:30Fighting Forest Faiths As the palm oil industry in Indonesia flourishes, the Orang Rimba have been forced to abandon their nomadic lifestyle and traditional beliefs. Rebecca Henschke investigates. 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] 
18:50BBC News Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. 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] 
19:45Meet the Author James Naughtie talks to the climber Chris Bonington about a lifetime of mountaineering, the friends he has lost and how initially he was not bothered about scaling Everest. 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] 
20:30The Travel Show Carmen Roberts takes a trip on one of Japan's prettiest railways, and finds out why part of it now lies abandoned. Lucy Hedges tests out ride hailing apps. 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 More than 20 years after the Bosnian war ended an international court is about to deliver its verdict on the genocide case against Bosnian Serb army commander, Ratko Mladic. 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 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 talks to the climber Chris Bonington about a lifetime of mountaineering, the friends he has lost and how initially he was not bothered about scaling Everest. 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 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 joins Jane Hill to talk about this week's cinema releases, including Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, Justice League and Mudbound. Also in HD. [S] 
00:00Newsday Live from London and Singapore, the latest international news from the BBC. Also in HD. [S] 
00:30HARDtalk Extra Time Ahead of the first test in the Ashes cricket series, Rob Bonnet speaks to former England cricketer Graeme Swann about the mental preparation England needs to play in Australia. Also in HD. [S] 
01:00Newsday Live from London and Singapore, the latest international news from the BBC. Also in HD. [S] 
01:30Asia Business Report Live from Singapore, the essential business news as it breaks and a look ahead to the news that will shape the business day. Also in HD. [S] 
01:45Sport Today All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. 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] 
02:30The Week in Parliament BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster presented by Alicia McCarthy. 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] 
03:30Dateline 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] 
04:00BBC News Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] 
04:30HARDtalk Extra Time Ahead of the first test in the Ashes cricket series, Rob Bonnet speaks to former England cricketer Graeme Swann about the mental preparation England needs to play in Australia. Also in HD. [S] 
05:00The Briefing The latest news, business and sport from BBC News, plus your need-to-know guide to the big stories coming up today. Also in HD. [S] 
05:30Business Briefing The latest economic and financial news, market updates and interviews with the key news-makers in the business world. Also in HD. [S] 
05:45The Briefing The latest headlines plus a review of the day's papers, news websites and what's trending on social media. Also in HD. [S] 
06:00Breakfast All the latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. Also in HD. [S]