In yet another scheduling shake-up, The Repair Shop will not be airing tonight (19th June) due to BBC One's coverage of Euro 2024.


While many fans are used to tuning into The Repair Shop every Wednesday at 8pm, tonight there will have to be an exception made as BBC One airs Scotland v Switzerland from 7:30pm.

Gabby Logan will lead coverage of the Group A match from Cologne Stadium, with commentary by Steve Bower and James McFadden.

However, for those still keen to for a fix of The Repair Shop, you can tune into BBC Two tonight at 8pm in which a repeat episode will be aired.

In the episode, which first aired in 2022, Jay Blades and the team bring four treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.

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It is unclear on what date The Repair Shop will return to its usual slot, with BBC One airing the Prime Ministerial Debate between Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer from 8:15pm on Wednesday 26th June.

There will be a Repair Shop broadcast at 8:15pm on Tuesday 25th June, although it is a repeat of an episode first aired in 2022.

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The Repair Shop isn't the only BBC programme to face a change in scheduling, with EastEnders moving to BBC Two for two nights next week.

The schedules for Tuesday 25th June and Wednesday 26th June confirm that BBC One will air France v Poland and Ukraine v Belgium respectively from 4:30pm, meaning the evening BBC News broadcasts will air from the later time of 7:10pm.

As a result, on both the Tuesday and Wednesday, EastEnders will air at 7:30pm on BBC Two.

This will be followed by a switch back to BBC One on Thursday 27th June, with episodes airing that day and on Friday 28th June at 7:30pm.

Both Emmerdale and Coronation Street are also facing a scheduling shake-up over on ITV1.

The Repair Shop is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.


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