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The Crimewatch team turns to the public to help solve Britain's biggest cases.
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
Footage of incidents caught on CCTV, when everyday events were transformed into disasters and occasionally battles for survival.
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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Ruhma and Jimmi are there for baby Josh when he needs them most. Al gets more than he bargained for when Eve confronts him about his underhand tactics. Daniel becomes collateral damage when he treats a patient who is forced to re-examine her life choices.
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. 19 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.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich are in Northampton, answering another Garden Rescue SOS call. This time, it's to create a garden that allows two children with limited mobility access to the outside. Although Jamie, aged 8, is in a wheel chair and Phoebe, aged 4, has to use a walker, their parents Andy and Louise are determined their children have the freedom to be independently active in their garden...especially, as both Jamie and Phoebe love sports like basketball and archery. But the problem is the garden has lumpy grass that the kids' mobility aids don't work on and a ridiculously small patio that is too small for the children to navigate, let alone put decent garden furniture on. It's the team's job to create a working solution to this family's needs and, to make their task harder, little Phoebe has a very specific demand, the finished garden must include unicorns! The garden must also work as a space for the parents to be able to relax and entertain in and have room for mum, dad and the kids to grow some fruit and veg. The good news though is that, at least, Andy and Louise have a budget of £5,000 : essential, as there will be a huge amount of structural landscaping needed to help make this garden accessible… and unicorn friendly! But Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers' can spot an exciting challenge a mile off, so head up to Northampton to pitch their rival solutions for Louise, Andy and the children. Not for the first time, they take very different approaches. Charlie's garden features easy access astro turf, a sunken trampoline and a play space perfect for crawling through, while the Rich brothers' have given over a large part of the garden to a basketball court : to make the children's hoop dreams come true and built a mud kitchen for mucking about. So, who will win the right to transform the family's hard to access garden into a dream fusion of sports, unicorns, family garden and veg growing plot? One thing's for sure, whoever wins, there'll be a happy ending for this well deserving family.
James and Izzie are off and running again and the going is flat. That's because they're in the eastern counties of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire. Izzie gets her skates on and finds her bandy legs on the ice for a go at a winter sport that began in the Fens while our resident gourmand drops a 'clanger', a local delicacy once a staple food of those who laboured on the land in these parts. They can't seem to get enough silver and James seems to be taking a leaf out of Izzie's book. They're both buying chairs like they're going out of fashion. But whose will be the most profitable at the Suffolk auction?
The brainy quiz returns for a twenty second 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.
Topical magazine programme featuring top stories from across the country.
Celebrity MasterChef returns for its fourteenth series, with 20 familiar faces from the world of show business and music all hoping to take the 2019 title. This week's heat continues with the four remaining celebrities facing two more culinary challenges, as they battle for a place in the Semi-Finals. The Pairs Challenge returns in tonight's first round where the four celebrities are split into two teams of two, in a test of teamwork and communication. Each team is tasked with cooking the same dish. Both plates must be identical in both appearance and flavour, but there is a catch. In-between each pair there is a wall. The only way for the celebrities to successfully produce identical plates in both flavour and appearance is by communicating with their team mate through the wall. The celebrities are then sent out on their first mass catering challenge. Working in teams once again they will have to make lunch for over 100 pupils at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson school in North London. With an array of ingredients including chicken, beef mince and pasta as well as a range of fruit and vegetables, the two teams must devise, prepare and serve the lunch, catering for various tastes, creating meat based, vegetarian and dessert dishes in volume. In the heat of the kitchen the celebrities will have to rely on teamwork skills as well as their culinary ones to triumph.
Japan with Sue Perkins
Global weather forecast.
CEO Adam Frisby left school at 15 with no GCSEs. In just five years he has built, "In the Style", a £30 million turnover company. "Breaking Fashion" follows the 32-year-old business owner, his fiancé Jamie and their young team through the summer season as the company competes with rival fast fashion brands to sign up the latest talent, come up with the hottest styles and supply them faster and better than anyone else, risking hundreds of thousands every week. This is a world where a shiny selfie can sell thousands of clothes on social media, of rowdy office parties and clever photo opportunities in some of the world's most glamorous destinations. But it's also about tricky factory negotiations, faulty deliveries and organised chaos in an office of young, fashion savvy people who want to get rich, have fun, and be proud of the end result. The company's USP is the work they do with social media influencers and celebrities. Once Adam has found a star he wants to work with, the team will work closely with them and design a new collection, followed by some serious online promotion. By attaching the brand to celebrities and influencers, Adam and his company's reach can hit up to 20 million people. In the world of fast fashion, success or failure is instant and, as the sales are monitored live at every launch, it's not long before the 'In the Style' team find out which collection breaks through. This episode sees the company launching one of its highest profile collections yet : the latest collaboration with social media influencer Lorna Luxe. Lorna's previous collection with In the Style was a sell-out hit and Adam is hoping the new summer range will top it. But Lorna has big plans for the new collection. She wants the campaign photo shoot to be a luxurious affair in the south of France…a trip to Cannes for her and some other influencers, all of whom will wear the collection and be photographed in it ready for the images to be uploaded and shared on social media. With over 800,000 followers to her name, Adam can't afford to let down the star…but is a shoot costing tens of thousands a sensible investment for this fast fashion company?
In this series Gregg Wallace and consumer journalist Nikki Fox discover how much online is transforming the way we shop and the food in our trolleys.
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