Whats on TV Ayrshire: All the best TV this weekend!
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Fridays best TV
Coronation Street - STV
Friday 16th, September, 7:30pm - 8:00pm and 8:30pm - 9:00pm
Phelan's plan bears fruit. Beth is gutted by Kirk's reaction. Roy fails to take Cathy's hints.
EastEnders - BBC ONE
Friday 16th, September, 8:00pm - 8:30pm
Denise is frustrated when Kim continues to interfere. A nervous Lee and Whitney attend their first baby scan. It is the day of the darts match, but who will come out on top?
Eat Well for Less? - BBC ONE
Series 3, Episode 6: The King Family
Friday 16th, September, 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Gregg Wallace and greengrocer Chris Bavin help families across the UK sort food fact from fiction and eat well for less. Gregg and Chris head to Wandsworth in south London to meet dental nurse Sheena King and her daughter Nila. Work pressures mean that Sheena's go-to is pre-packed convenience food, as well as organic produce, which she believes tastes better than non-organic food. Sheena never makes a shopping list and generally spends three times more than the national average on the weekly shop, and since Nila is a picky eater, Sheena ends up cooking two separate meals every time. Can Gregg and Chris curb Sheena's spending and show her an alternative way of shopping that will satisfy her expensive tastes and Nila's eating habits and save them money along the way?
Saturdays best TV
Toy Story 3
Saturday 17th, September, 5:30pm - 7:10pm
Family animation. With their owner Andy leaving home for university, the toys fear for their future. Escaping being accidentally thrown away as rubbish, Buzz and the gang hope to find new playmates at a childcare centre. However, they are subject to a sinister system which forces them to suffer at the hands of the most careless kids.
The X Factor - ITV
Saturday 17th, September, 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Britain's biggest singing competition continues its thirteenth series as the auditions come to an end. Simon Cowell once again heads up the judging panel, alongside seasoned judges and music industry veterans Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger. Dermot O'Leary is also back presenting the show, offering support to the final batch of nervous auditionees and a shoulder to cry on for those who don't make it through to the boot camp stage. High drama and top talent remain the order of the day as the last group of hopeful singers and groups step inside the intimate audition rooms in a bid to win a coveted recording contract. What weird and wonderful performances await this time round, and whose talents will excite the judges?
Casualty - BBC ONE
Series 31, Episode 4: Pride Comes Before a Fall
Saturday 17th, September, 8:50pm - 9:40pm
Ethan and Alicia are thrown together in a rescue operation, while Louise is on a mission to improve the relatives' room.
Newzoids - ITV
Saturday 17th, September, 9:00pm - 9:30pm
Another helping of hilarity from the topical puppet-animation sketch show with an all-star cast. This episode features appearances from Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston, Sarah Lancashire, Keith Lemon, Rylan Clark-Neal and Robert Peston. Featuring the voices of top impressionists Jon Culshaw, Debra Stephenson, Lewis Macleod, Simon Greenall and Jess Robinson.
Sundays best TV
The Chase: Celebrity Special - ITV
Sunday 18th, September, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bradley Walsh hosts the quiz show as four celebrities take on the Chaser. Singer Toyah Willcox, ex-footballer John Barnes, writer Germaine Greer and heavyweight boxer Audley Harrison pit their wits against one of the country's finest quiz brains in the hope of winning thousands of pounds for their chosen charities.
The X Factor - ITV
Sunday 18th, September, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Britain's biggest singing competition reaches the boot camp stage. Simon Cowell and his fellow judges Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger put those hopefuls who made it past the initial auditions through a series of dancing and singing challenges, aimed at weeding out the less-talented candidates. Dermot O'Leary is on hand as ever to offer support and a shoulder to cry on for those who are sent home. High drama and top talent remain the order of the day as the remaining competitors hope to make it through to next week's dreaded 'Six Chair Challenge' stage - and get one step closer to winning a coveted recording contract.
Can't Pay? Breadline Britain - Channel 5
Sunday 18th, September, 8:00pm - 8:55pm
Reality series. The High Court enforcement agents find themselves dealing with a pair of angry mums, an underdressed debtor with something to hide, a family-run taxi company who are looking for a fight, and a foot slammed in a door.
Paralympics 2016: Closing Ceremony Live - Channel 4
Sunday 18th, September, 10:00pm - 2:15am
Clare Balding, Adam Hills and Jonathan Edwards look back over the best moments from the 2016 Paralympic Games, and then watch on as thousands of athletes fill Rio's Maracana Stadium for the Closing Ceremony. A live signed and audio described simulcast airs on 4seven.