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75 years ago the Allied Forces were making their final preparations for the invasion of Normandy. Known as D-Day, the mission would prove a decisive turning point in the Second World War. Live from Southsea Common in Portsmouth, Huw Edwards introduces full uninterrupted coverage of the National Commemorative Event taking place to mark the 75th anniversary. Over 300 of the last surviving D-Day veterans will join Her Majesty The Queen and The President of the United States, together with other Heads of Government from the Allied Nations in Portsmouth. The commemorations will tell the remarkable story of the build up to the D-Day Landings through veteran testimony, theatrical performances and musical numbers, culminating with a spectacular flypast featuring of aircraft old and new, including the Red Arrows. Huw Edwards will be joined by special guests in the studio whilst reporters Michelle Ackerley and JJ Chalmers will be on the ground meeting veterans and finding out why it's still so important to mark this anniversary.
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Ruhma opens up her house to celebrate Eid. Daniel and Zara discuss the nitty gritty details of breaking up. Jimmi has to deal with an alcoholic, but the situation is not as simple as it first seems.
Game show in which 24 players compete across the series, scoring points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final.
Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
The brainy quiz returns for a eighteenth 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 Emma Willis bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
In the second of a two part series on the social care crisis, Panorama exposes a chaotic system on the brink of crisis. With more and more care homes closing, and a national shortage of carers, social affairs correspondent Alison Holt meets vulnerable people threatened with selling their homes to pay for their care, and their families battling the funding system. She tells the devastating stories of elderly people with no-one for fight for them and asks why successive governments have failed to reform a system experienced by so many as unfair, confusing and sometimes cruel.
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BBC Three Presents a brand new series where 5 daughters send their mums undercover as 21 year olds. From dating to working to activism, the mums will be immersed in their world. Can the mums pull off being 21 Again? Five daughters have sent their mums undercover as 21-year olds in a bid to show them what life is like to be them; but have they done enough to bridge an epic generation gap and bring them closer? We're about to find out as they enter the final leg of this unique 21-day experiment. Before the mums are released back into their natural habitat, the girls have one final chance to immerse them in their world. So, this week the mums get woken up to the big issues that their daughters' generation cares most about : from veganism to politics to feeding the homeless. Once again the girls push their mums' boundaries. But how far will the mums go to understand their daughters? It turns out that while some of the mothers can survive without dairy and meat, others need to sneak off to break the rules! Meanwhile, Millie, who wishes her mum would engage with politics and vote, sends her mum, Salena, off to university for a political master class. Meanwhile, some of the mums are forced out onto the streets of Liverpool to help a young homeless volunteer deliver food to rough sleepers in Liverpool city centre. The experience of meeting one particular homeless man has a significant impact on Harjit as she's brought to tears by his story. This final Ep is packed with surprises : and not all from the daughters. With the experiment nearing the end, mum, Monera, embraces her daughter's world by plumping for lip filler, while Rachel heads off for a tattoo... what will the girls say when they get home? As the experiment comes to an end, the girls and mums host an event for all the young people they've met during the undercover experiment. The guests have no idea they've been hanging out with middle-aged women over the last 21 days, but now it's time to tell all. With nerves showing, the mums reveal their true ages to the lads they've dated, the employers they've fooled, and the new 20-something mates they've made. The guests are in for the mother of all surprises when they discover they've been hanging out with middle-aged mums, and find out the other big surprise when they meet their daughters.
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