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Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville help consumers battle Britain's rip-offs.
Martel is in Gillingham, Kent, where she first saw a detached house in 2017. Martin visits a semi detached house in Walsall, West Midlands. Dion is in Stoke on Trent to look around an end terrace house.
Today, our Defender take down a waste removal boss who illegally dumped 2,000 tons of rubbish in the Devon countryside : then set fire to it. And they crack down on an illegal puppy farming gang conning people into buying sick and dying dogs.
Long-running British reality programme in which two teams of amateur antiques collectors are give one hour to spend £300 at a trade fair and then sell their bargains at an auction : with a profit.
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Sid rebuffs his fathers attempts to talk. Zara gets caught out because Daniel hasn't told her about a charity event. Ruhma tries to peacekeep between a rowing couple.
Rick Edwards hosts Impossible : the quiz with a third dimension. In traditional quiz shows, questions have just right answers and wrong answers. But here there's a twist : the Impossible answer. It's not just wrong, it couldn't possibly be right. 18 contestants compete for a possible £10,000 jackpot. Right answers take them closer to the big money, but if at any stage they give an Impossible answer, they will immediately be knocked out. The winner of every show faces the £10,000 question. Three right answers will trigger a spectacular cascade of 10,000 pound coins from a giant exclamation mark, but a single Impossible answer means they will leave with nothing.
Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
Angellica Bell, the Rich Brothers and the team bring you all the news and buzz from this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Filled with practical gardening advice, James Wong explores Japanese Gardens, we've ideas to revamp your front doorstep and the team continue to find inspiration from this year's show gardens.
The Repair Shop
The quiz returns for a twenty-first series in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live every evening Mon-Fri, Matt Baker and Angela Scanlon bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Ben's plan spirals out of control with alarming consequences. Kat is alarmed by Kush's recent idea. Mel takes advantage of Jack.
In this first episode of a brand new series, Gregg and Chris have one of their biggest challenges yet, an extremely busy family with fussy children who haven't eaten the same meal together for over three years. With children who are very particular about what they like and a Mum and Step- Mum who work shifts, this week's family get pushed to breaking point with their Eat Well for Less? challenge. Recently married couple Jen, an A&E nurse and Bec, a supervisor and step mum to Jen's three children, live in the Welsh town of Bridgend. They love their food and Jen used to love cooking, but family meal times have become a struggle, with none of the children eating the same thing. With ever changing shift patterns and a lack of time, Jen and Bec opt for ready meals and other convenience foods. Lack of planning and impulse shopping means food is being wasted and their health and finances are being impacted. Gregg and Chris secretly watch as the couple shop, and very quickly identify some problems. Shopping without a list, buying pre-chopped veg and ready meals high in fat and salt : to name but a few. At the checkout their trolley is overflowing. The couple are shocked and emotional to discover how much they are spending a week. If they want to fulfil their dream of buying a new home they need to change their impulsive ways. Their fridge has been emptied and their usual food is out of bounds as they embark on a week of food swaps. In the UK the average family wastes around £700 of food a year and 250,000 tonnes of edible food goes to waste from places like supermarkets, enough for 600 million meals. Chris heads to Fareshare, a charity who help combat waste by receiving surplus food donations that would otherwise end up in landfill. He then goes to see who benefits from this fantastic organisation. Also this week, Dietitian Priya Tew talks to Gregg and Chris about lunches on the go, shocking them with the number of calories we can easily consume without realising and suggesting healthier swaps. Priya also shows us how to make a freezer friendly tagine in 15 minutes. It's been an emotional week, full of big changes for our family. But have Gregg and Chris been able win over these fussy children, allowing them to make the big changes they need to save for a new home?
In Torquay, the DIY SOS team and local kind volunteers step up to help single dad, Stuart (47) who has suffered with progressive Multiple Sclerosis since daughter Lauren (15) was born. Stuart : who is 6' 7" tall : lives and sleeps in a chair in the living-room. His primary carer is his mum: Grandma Lin (73) who is completely blind : and has been since her 20's. Amazingly, Lin has been walking across town from her rented flat to Stuart's house, 7-days a week to cover all his personal care : without even a guide dog! Lin is beyond unique: blind, independent, charming and inspiring : an incredible carer to Stuart, and a much-needed mum to Lauren. In this episode, aside from the usual emotional moments and build mayhem, build manager Mark falls ill with little sympathy from site, Billy competes at a rifle shooting range against blind grandma Lin and Nick welcomes the donation of some exotic plants for the garden. The builds consists of bespoke care provision that Stuart will need: bedroom /physio space, wet-room, living space : and the ability to access the entire ground floor and garden. Grandma Lin will need a specially adapted extra bedroom for blind assisted living, the dilapidated kitchen and bathrooms needs a complete renovation and re design for Stuarts and the family's needs : to bring them together and experience mealtimes and bond over Lauren's dream to cook together. As well as the impractical house, and need for Lin's practical care : the family are physically, and emotionally, living apart and so that's where DIYSOS and volunteers come to the rescue.
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Fiona Bruce presents Question Time from Frome with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.
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