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In the last of their series of investigations into your holiday issues, Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville focus on those little add- ons that are supposed to make our travel smoother and our conscience clearer, but which have turned out to have unexpectedly negative consequences for travellers. Today, the drivers left stranded abroad despite having paid for what they thought was comprehensive foreign car breakdown insurance. Plus, the cruise passengers hit by a drinks bill ten times more than they'd bargained for. And, carbon-offsetting of flights : is it a great way of saving the planet or just a load of old greenwashing?
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
The Onaivi family are well and truly at odds when to comes to where they want to spend their lives. Mum Krystyn wants to give her children the sunshine lifestyle she loved as a child by moving to Australia. But husband Joseph is more than happy with his life in the UK. A trial week in Perth gives them the chance to look at the homes, jobs and lifestyle on offer but will it give them answers, or possibly drive mum and dad further apart?
Caught Red Handed
Natasha Raskin Sharp meets the red and blue teams at the Newbury Antiques and Collectors Fair. With a budget of £300 pounds they must buy three items which they think can make them a profit at auction. Helping them along the way are experts Chares Hanson and David Harper. Meanwhile Natasha meets up with Peter Ellis, a collector of pop memorabilia. At the auction room in Chippenham, the reds and blues battle it out to be Bargain Hunt's Top of the Pops. Only one team can be Number One. Which one will it be?
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Jimmi gets drawn into the murky side of the prison. Emma has to take a stand when there is a patient revolt.
Jules Hudson revisits house buyers who have successfully established new lives in the countryside. First, he finds himself back in Somerset with a couple whose rural aspirations needed to accommodate their own needs, plus those of their parents. Visiting the day before a local beer and cider festival, he earns a brew by helping the neighbours set up for the event, but not before checking out the wonderful home he helped them to find. Later, Jules travels over towards the east of the country, to meet a husband and wife at their impressive new home and discovers how their move away from a large urban town has helped strengthen family ties.
Hardworking families across the UK who work around the clock to make their farms a success compete to win the much coveted and prestigious title of best "Farming Family Business" at the British Farming Awards.
Captain Izzie Balmer and First Mate Charlie Ross are sailing to the Isle of Wight for their final leg of this Road Trip. It's an action packed episode : Charlie rips his trousers while on horseback, Izzie ditches the classic car in favour of a speedboat and will they miss the last ferry back to the mainland? Charlie falls for a brass jardinière stand but there's a problem with the price ticket only the dealer can resolve. Izzie, when not devouring fish and chips, relies on her jewellery expertise to identify some ruby and diamond earrings. Izzie takes to the waves to hear about the history of the Merchant Navy and the school that prepares mariners for a life at sea. Charlie, meanwhile, learns about one of the first amusement parks in the country and why the jaw of a whale toppled Queen Mary's hat. Our experts go into auction battle one last time in Battle, East Sussex. Izzie's silver brooch goes against Charlie's silver pen : but which expert will take gold and win the final leg of this Road Trip?
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.
Sue Barker hosts the entertaining sports quiz. Captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell are joined by World Champion sprinter Adam Gemili, Wimbledon winner Heather Watson, England cricketer Jonathan Trott and Premier League striker Dean Ashton.
Jean and Daniel are the happiest they've ever been. Dotty is left humiliated. Honey makes a big decision.
Our gang present a sixties-set horror this week, as the mysterious Albert Fortenoy welcomes a young family to his crumbling old house. What is the secret behind the death of Albert's late wife Vera? Who is the creepy vicar's daughter playing outside? A number of clever theatrical horror devices are used to create a creepy atmosphere and plenty of jump scares, and every single one manages to go horribly wrong. Worse, the designers have taken "crumbling" to heart and the cast contrive to fall off, out of and through everything. A stairlift develops a life-threatening mind of its own, a talking deer-head fails to understand its cues and entire rooms seem to go missing. Worse the play has been running short in rehearsals, and the only solution they can find involves adjectives…
Rob Brydon is back in the host's chair for a brand new series of the award-winning comedy panel show "Would I Lie to You?", with Lee Mack and David Mitchell returning as the lightning-quick team captains. Over the course of each show, a stellar cast of celebrity guests reveal amazing stories about themselves. But are they telling the truth, or are they making it all up? This week the guests joining Lee Mack and David Mitchell are Steph McGovern, Richard Osman, Jennifer Saunders and Joe Sugg.
Gary's under 9s little league team, The Badgers, are in the cup final, but the week before the match his star player, Abboussi, is poached by Chelsea. Gary throws absolutely everything at getting him back for the big game and even turns up, unannounced, at Abboussi's Dad's workplace to try to convince him that his son is making the biggest mistake of his life. Big Gary bets against his own son's side to earn a few quid, and Terri is stumped to learn mother-in-law, Denise, is new best buddies with Chloe Ferdinando. After getting wind that they have a night out planned, Terri's social paranoia eats away at her and the fear of missing out sends her potty.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Hollywood stars JAMIE FOXX and MICHAEL B. JORDAN, starring in legal drama "Just Mercy"; actor and comedian JENNIFER SAUNDERS, in new mystery thriller series "The Stranger"; and SIR PATRICK STEWART, reprising his most famous role in "Star Trek: Picard". Plus, music from MICHAEL KIWANUKA, performing "Hero".
BBC Three presents... RuPaul's search for the UK's first Drag Race Superstar continues. This week the queens' acting skills are put to the test as they star in a sumptuous new comedy costume drama : Downton Draggy. Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams joins Michelle Visage and Graham Norton on the judging panel as another queen exits the competition.
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