16 January 2017; TUESDAY.
Britain's Favourite Dogs: Top 100 ITV, 7.30pm Britain is a nation of dog lovers, with one in four of us sharing our homes with a canine. But which of the 217 recognised breeds (and the thousands of cross breeds) can claim to be the nation's favourite? Sara Cox and Ben Fogle are about to find out as they reveal the results of one of the most comprehensive surveys on dog ownership ever undertaken in the UK. As well as running down the chart of the best-loved breeds, they'll also be hearing from famous owners, including Geri Halliwell, Simon Gregson, Phillip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and Prince Harry, exploring the key characteristics of the popular pooches that made the top 100, and sharing inspiring stories about some heroic hounds.
Beti George: Colli David S4C, 9.30pm Collodd y ddarlledwraig Beti George ei phartner, David Parry-Jones, y llynedd. Bu Beti'n gofalu am David yn eu cartref am wyth mlynedd ar ol iddo gael diagnosis o glefyd Alzheimer's yn 2009. Mae Beti'n benderfynol o barhau a'i brwydr i wella bywydau'r rhai sy'n byw gyda dementia bob dydd. Dyma raglen am alar a'r penderfyniad i wrthod rhoi'r gorau i'r frwydr dros yr hyn sy'n iawn.
Working Class White Men C4, 10pm In the UK today, many working class white men feel angry, demonised and forgotten. Professor Green explores what life is really like for these men, why many feel abandoned and what the consequences are for Britain if people continue to look away. In this concluding episode, he explores how the identity crisis that he believes white working class men face affects their families. Among the contributors is Gav, who he meets on the day he's released from prison. Cameras follow Gav's struggle to rebuild bridges with his son after his latest spell inside.
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|Date:||Jan 13, 2018|
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