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Ill Gotten Gains follows Police Officers as they strip criminals of the assets they have bought with cash made from crime. the series follows the stories behind the crimes and watches as criminal assets are sold off at public auction, and the money raised is given back to the public purse. Each programme also meets some of the people and organisations given funding from money seized from criminals. Nearly twenty thousand pounds of trainers have been seized from a wannabe gangster..and he's about to lose the lot at a Proceeds Of Crime auction! Police in the Thames Valley target one crooks' pension so they can use the cash to pay back his victims. And BMX riding kids get a boost when Proceeds of Crime money is used to give them a proper track and training.
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
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Claimed and Shamed
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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This week on Eat Well for Less? for the very first time, Gregg and Chris will be helping a household of students, whose expensive tastes and love of brands mean that they're blowing their student loan on pricey pesto and branded pasta. In Bristol, undergraduates Dylan, Ben, Roo and Louis have been flat sharing for 9 months. In their second year, they are enjoying the uni lifestyle, but are finding that even with part-time jobs their finances are stretched. They all have different work shifts, and as Roo is a Coeliac and Ben is a vegetarian, they shop separately and rarely cook or eat together, often getting takeaways and ready meals. These guys would like to work less and study more in their final year and are keen to save as much as possible. Gregg and Chris watch as they each individually do a shop in their local convenience store and it's not the shop they were expecting from cash- strapped students! Separate shops mean that they are doubling up and missing out on deals, and branded products and expensive wine mean that with takeaways, these students are spending around £300 a week on food. It's swap week, and most of their beloved brands have been taken away and swapped for cheaper alternatives, but the boys are convinced that they will be able to tell the difference. Gregg and Chris help them with recipes that will allow them to all eat together, getting these friends eating like a family rather than individuals. Dietitian Priya Tew talks about plant-based diets and the potential benefits of eating less meat. Gregg and Chris blind test burgers to see if they can detect the only meat one, but which has the most protein, fat and calories? And Priya makes a vegetarian gluten free cheesy root vegetable bake that the whole family can enjoy. Chris goes to Durham to see what the difference between boxed and bottled wine actually is, and does boxing mean that it's an inferior product with a different taste? At the end of the week, can Gregg and Chris fix these boys budget-blowing habits and get them shopping and eating together?
In this episode, Garden Rescue is in Corby, Northamptonshire. Keri and Mark met in the pub and love to share a relaxing drink together. However, as Mark is a long distance lorry driver, they don't actually get to share much time together. So to make the most of their precious time, instead of going to the pub, they want to bring the pub garden to them. They've contacted Garden Rescue to see if their boring and featureless back garden can be turned into a relaxing and tranquil social space, built around a bar. Who will win this original request, Charlie Dimmock or Harry and David Rich? And, can the team turn it into somewhere to invite friends around and sit and drink on summer evenings? With a whole garden to make over and a proper bar to build too, it's going to be a difficult challenge to complete!
The show first aired on 19th February 1985 with two episodes being shown a week. It now has four episodes a week on BBC One.Set in the East End of London, the show focuses on the tensions between love and family with stories ranging from hard-hitting social issues, to personal, human tragedies. And there's plenty of funny moments too. Classic characters old and new across thousands of episodes have shared a drink in The Queen Vic, shed tears of despair or joy, sat on Arthur's bench in the Square... and at some point or other they probably crossed paths with Ian Beale.
Winston receives wounding news about his remaining leg. Meanwhile, Isa struggles with her new cleaning job at the undertaker's and Tam pushes his skinflintishness to new depths.
It's party time in the Brown household as the family celebrate the baptism of Dermot and Maria's triplets. A hypnotist is booked to provide the entertainment and an unwitting Agnes and Winnie are put under his spell. Meanwhile, Agnes' kitchen is falling apart, but she soon discovers that's the least of her problems when son Mark delivers some heart-breaking news.
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Eve Polastri, qui travaille pour les services secrets, et Villanelle, la tueuse psychopathe, continuent leur jeu du chat et de la souris. Leur route se croise à nouveau et risque de faire des étincelles. Le MI6 entre dans la danse. Les agents veulent absolument obtenir de plus amples informations sur le Fantôme. Pour cela, ils sont prêts à tous les sacrifices, y compris s'allier avec des personnes peu recommandables. Lorsque leur pire ennemi pourrait faire une source intéressante, ils n'hésitent pas à violer leurs principes pour prendre contact avec lui. Ils espèrent que le jeu en vaudra la chandelle...
Game show and talk show mixed together to see which celebrity can win the opportunity to banish their worst nightmares or pet hates in the depths of Room 101, named after the famous torture chamber.
Alan Bennett, un écrivain, fait la connaissance de miss Sheperd, qui vit dans son van depuis des années. Le voisinage voit d'un mauvais oeil la présence de cette vieille dame, un brin mythomane. Alan fait semblant de croire à ses histoires et l'autorise à garer sa camionnette dans une impasse...
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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