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Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville help consumers battle Britain's rip-offs.
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
Information embedded in digital photos of items stolen in an audacious robbery reveal that things aren't quite as the claimant would have his insurers believe, while a careless cyclist is left reeling after a bust up with a bus. One claimant tries to run rings round their insurer with a claim for lost jewellery, undercover filming reveals one man's injuries aren't as debilitating as he's claiming, and in the USA a murder case leads to the discovery of a love triangle and a sickening plot for an insurance pay out.
Today, when money mysteriously goes missing from a performing arts school, staff and pupils start to suspect each other. And … a TV journalist investigates a crime story very close to home, when he suspects a carer is stealing from his own mother…
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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Izzie has a surprising request for Daniel, while Al has a grand idea to present to Jimmi. Sid gets caught up in a family dispute between two sisters.
Hosted by Rob Beckett, Head Hunters is the quiz show that puts a price on knowledge. A Talent Pool of 20 quizzers compete to become Head Hunters. Can they see off the competition and win the rolling jackpot alone? Or will they need to recruit some help? Today's Head Hunters are Facilities Manager, Victoria; Retired GP, Yasmin; and Money Blogger, Jordon. They must assess today's category board and decide if they need to build a team to plug the gaps in their knowledge. To win the jackpot in the final round, they must answer a question correctly from each of the 9 categories in 90 seconds. Will they feel the need to build a team or, are they confident they can go it alone in their quest to win the jackpot which has been reset to £1000 after yesterday's big win? If they want to get some extra help, they will have to tempt today's three qualifying candidates to join their teams by offering them a slice of the jackpot should they win the show. Will they beat the board and pocket the cash? Or will they be defeated and return to the Talent Pool to try again tomorrow?
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Paul Martin is back with another exciting series to turn wannabe dealers into successful profit makers. Using their own hard earned cash, two recruits are pitted against each other to buy and sell antiques for the most profit. Paul is on hand to teach them the tricks of the trade and the dos and don'ts of dealing before putting them to the test in an antiques centre and at the auction. But that's only part of it. They then have to find buyers for their items, do a deal and make a profit! And it doesn't end there. They're deals are put under the spotlight as Paul assesses their efforts in a nerve racking boardroom finale. Did they buy wisely? Will they crack under the pressure? And who really has what it takes to be an antiques dealer? Today in Surry, chef Jonathan Jones and hospitality consultant Richard Arman draw forks in a bid to make the most profit and be crowned the winner.
At Woking Recycling Centre in Surrey, upcycler extraordinaire Sarah Moore is on the lookout for three unloved items she can save from the skip. Woodworking wonder, Bruce Faulseit, has a chest of drawers to transform while upholsterer, Leigh-Anne Treadwell, attempts to give an old gold chair a radical overhaul. For her own project, Sarah has a collection of redundant file boxes to get creative with but will she succeed in making all three items saleable?
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.
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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?
For Week Four, Lord Sugar summons the candidates to The London Transport Museum, home to 200 years of transport history. Lord Sugar reveals to them that for this week's task they will be creating and selling their own range of electric bikes. They will need to create a prototype e-bike and plan and host their own launch event in which they will attempt to sell their new bikes to some of the UK's biggest cycle retailers. As well as developing their own original e-bikes the teams also need to select bike accessories to sell at their event. The task requires the teams to tackle this growing market and tap into trends. Get off course and they could face a speedy exit in the boardroom. Half of the team head to Nottingham to develop their new bike. Where indecision sends one team into a wheelspin, while for the other team colour clashes nearly cause a collision. The other half of the team stay in London to choose accessories and create marketing material. There are tough negotiations and for one team there is a last-minute change in direction. At their events, both teams try to peddle their bikes to retailers. Poor pricing strategies and pushy tactics means sales are an uphill struggle. In the boardroom, the wheels come off and on the losing team, for one candidate it's the end of the road as they are told : "You're Fired!"
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BBC Three Presents 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 week CEO Adam has a hunch : he wants to create his own version of a knitted body suit : as seen on celebrities such as Kylie Jenner : and he wants to get one on sale ahead of his rivals. Can his factory suppliers and design team turn it round in time? Hannah places the order, giving her supplier a 1-week deadline. The following day Adam and Jamie visit the Manchester-based factory to check on the bodysuit progress. Supplier Assim has already got an initial sample made for them. After suggesting some tweaks, Assim hand-delivers a final sample to Hannah who fits it on Jade, In the Style's fit model. Jade tries everything on for size and suggests alterations accordingly. Meanwhile, Adam asks his marketing team to focus on pushing the brand and suggests that they showcase some of their clothes at a London pop-up store event, for the first time in the company's 5-year history. But when assistant marketing manager Grace is sent on a last-minute shoot to Ibiza, her colleague Mel is left to deal with it alone. Facing pressure from Adam to make the pop-up event a success, will she pull it off?
BBC One looks at the latest scientific research on obesity with The Truth About Obesity. While a fast food culture and our own genes have led to our expanding waistlines, Chris Bavin discovers small changes can help us all maximize the chances of keeping trim. The programme reveals how a simple piece of string can tell you how healthy you are, when the best time to eat is, and how our gut bacteria may keep us skinny : and we meet cutting edge researchers who hope to solve obesity with a simple injection.
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