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The Crimewatch Roadshow Live team needs your help to crack the UK's biggest unsolved cases as well as tackle the everyday crimes that could affect any one of us. Michelle Ackerley continues her tour around the country. The final programme of the week comes live from Lancashire. Michelle finds out how drone technology is helping police crack down on wildlife criminals and trace missing people. In studio, former detective Rav Wilding has the latest crime appeals from all over the UK as well and he'll be taking a look at the latest crime fighting tech : a piece of kit that allows police officers to take a virtual look inside the mind of a burglar. Each weekday morning, the team will be asking viewers for help to solve crimes featured in dramatic reconstructions, identify criminals caught on CCTV and track down wanted faces. Michelle will be travelling across the country and going behind the scenes with police forces as they reveal how they're taking on the crooks. Appeals on the programme have let to arrests on crimes including rape, drug dealing, fraud, grievous bodily harm, kidnap, burglary and murder. Once again, the team are ready to take your phone calls live in studio and are hoping viewers can help catch even more criminals this year. Your call could be all it takes to put an offender behind bars.
Learn the tricks of the trade when you go to the auctions with Homes Under the Hammer. Join presenters Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes. Watch as ordinary people breathe new life into the otherwise unloved houses, and find out how well they managed to stay within budget. Will they sell and make a profit, or have they invested too much money in a project that wont sell?
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In Canada a plane crash leaves a pilot out of contact and stranded. When Matthew Lehtinen begins a flight home on his private plane all the flight checks are normal, and the day begins well. It is only when his engine starts to stutter that he feels a bit concerned. Things start to go seriously wrong and he realises that he is going to have to use the emergency parachute to bring the plane down. What he hasn't counted on is that he is over dense woodland in the outback of Quebec…as he crash-lands a tree goes through the plane's floor missing him by inches. Having survived the crash Matthew's next thought is how to get help. His GPS system is in the cockpit of the plane, but its leaking fuel and is clearly too dangerous to approach. He eventually builds up the courage to go back and get it. Matthew then sends out messages for help but with no response received after many hours is worried that they haven't been received. He treks an hour up to the nearest clearing to send again. This time it works, but any help is two hours away and they need to find him in the dense forest which he knows is highly unlikely. Getting colder and worried that he won't be found, Matthew hears a plane. But it's not the rescue helicopter…it's a spotter plane, and they can't see him. Quick thinking Matthew lights a fire and eventually the spotter plane sees the smoke and sends down a radio which gives him direct contact with the rescue team. Hours later the rescue helicopter arrives and winches Matthew to safety. When Neil Parker decides to go for one of his regular three-hour hikes in the Australian outback : without telling anyone where he is going : it i s nothing out of the ordinary. The walk is going well until he decides to climb up a waterfall. In so doing he loses his grip and falls, snapping his ankle. To make matters worse his phone drops into the water leaving him completely out of contact, injured and alone… After spending a night in the forest it is not till the morning that his boss realizes that he hasn't turned up for work and alerts his sister Dawn who calls the police. The police send up a helicopter but can't find any sign of him in the dense bush. After a day's search they are forced to give up and following a second fruitless night's search the police hand over to the NSW Rescue Service who send up their own search and rescue team. Meanwhile Neil, knowing that he has to get to open land to be seen, drags himself three kilometres uphill to a clearing in order to give himself a chance of being seen. The Rescue Team, who are running out of fuel and are about to head back to base, spot him. In the Bahamas two keen divers and brothers Danny and Alex Mullings are spear fishing off the coast on a family day out. Danny is chasing a prize fish when he starts to lose consciousness through lack of air as he is rising to the surface. Only the quick thinking of his brother Alex can save him.
Two teams of amateur antique collectors meet at an antiques fair to compete to make the largest profit from a three hundred pound budget. The teams receive some guidance from experts, who recommend which items are likely to make the largest profits.The teams are split into red and blue, and the contestants are allowed to keep any profit that they make at auction. Once the contestants have done the shopping for their own items, the experts then take any leftover money and go shopping for more antiques. Any goods purchased by the experts are 'bonus buys'. The teams then have to decide whether or not to take these items to auction, as they are not guaranteed to make profit. The show has been broadcasting since March 2000, and was awarded Most Popular Daytime Programme in 2002, and Best Lifestyle Show in 2003. It was also nominated for Most Popular Factual Entertainment Programme in 2003.
The latest news from the BBC,which is designed to inform you on current affairs. The BBC is aims to be a totally impartial public service broadcaster, and was established by Royal Charter. The BBC is funded by a licence fee paid by British households, and is regulated by Ofcom. They aim to create high-quality content, in order to inform and educate, but also entertain, their audience Millions of people from all over the world watch content produced by the BBC, and they are well respected as a media company. It was founded in 1922, with its headquarters in Westminster, London.
Emma comes under fire from the police in charge of Jimmi's case, while Al plays bad cop. Ayesha and Sid help when a patient's vasectomy leads to some shocking revelations.
Push factors from the noisy, bustling cities of Britain, combined with the alluring peace of the countryside, has the population dreaming of homes in more scenic surroundings. Escape to the Country sees buyers from different areas on the UK considering their options to settle down in the English countryside. Presenters show off a range of prospective homes, before they must make their final decision towards the end of the show. Each episode taking place in a different region of the UK, we see a wide variety of beautiful homes across the country.
In Altrincham, Jay Blades is searching for three items he can rework to reveal their true potential. To help him on his quest, Jay enlists two magnificent makers; woodworker Ollie Allen and upholsterer Sharon O'Connor. Ollie has his hands full with a rickety old shelving unit while Sharon needs to come up with a bright idea for a pair of garden chairs. Jay attempts to transform an unwanted side table, but will all three items be given a new lease of life?
Today's contestants are loved-up bride and groom to-be Daniella and Ross. Paired up with Chef Ellis Barrie, Daniella is keen to rustle up some mouth-watering pasta dishes inspired by her Italian heritage. In the green pepper kitchen, Ross is paired with Chef Akis Petretzikis. With a reputation for making his contestants get stuck in, Akis is soon celebrating with the audience Ross's first ever attempt at a Béchamel sauce. It's a steep learning curve, with both Daniella and Ross learning a host of new cooking skills to take into married life.
The high pressure game show, where pointless answers are the way to win. Contestants not only have to answer questions correctly, but give the answer that scores the least points. They do this by coming up with the least obvious answers, that other people struggle to come up with in a survey of individuals. A correct answer that nobody else managed to say is a pointless answer, the best possible outcome. A pointless answer in the final round is how you win the jackpot, cash prize, which grows with every episode until someone wins.
Sport Relief is back is coming LIVE from Media City in Salford on Friday 13th March. The fundraising extravaganza brings together the biggest stars and TV shows in a huge celebration to raise money for good causes both in the UK and overseas. The night is hosted by some of the best loved names from the worlds of sport and entertainment including Gary Lineker, Paddy McGuinness, Alex Scott, Emma Willis, Rylan Clark-Neal, Oti Mabuse and Tom Allen. Highlights include a very special episode of The Greatest Dancer which sees two teams of celebrities leaving it all on the dance floor in a bid to be crowned The Greatest Dancer for Sport Relief. The star studded line-up includes Harry Judd, Kimberley Walsh, Alexandra Burke, Sam Quek, Louis Smith, HVRY & Kate McGlynn. The hit BBC drama "Killing Eve" becomes "Killing Steves" for a hilarious one-off Sport Relief spoof. But who is the new blonde assassin on the loose? The Battle of the Channels Celebrity Boat Race returns and this year it's bigger than ever. FOUR channels now compete for victory : you're not going to want to miss BBC, ITV, Channel 4 & Sky going ore to ore. In another sporting feat Romesh Ranganathan takes on tennis legend Andy Murray in a crazy game of crazy golf. If that wasn't enough there will be live music from pop sensation Rita Ora, John Newman, Celeste AND YouTube megastar KSI. Plus, heavyweights of the musical theatre world grace the stage with amazing performances from the cast of Dear Evan Hanson and a world exclusive first showing of Back to the Future the Musical. We also hear first-hand how the money raised for Sport Relief is spent helping disadvantaged people both here in the UK and in other parts of the world. At 10pm we switch to BBC2 for a hilarious Sport Relief edition of A Question of Sport with Sue Barker at the helm. Joining the panel alongside Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell will be Mel Giedroyc, Tom Davis, Chris Kamara and Paddy McGuinness.
After the news at 10, back on BBC1 Sport Relief returns for the final stretch of fundraising fun, broadcasting live from Media City in Salford. The event brings together the biggest stars and TV shows in a huge celebration to raise money for good causes here in the UK and overseas. Comedian Tom Allen and Maya Jama will see us through to the early hours and will be joined by dance sensations AJ and Curtis to get the nation up on their feet. Live music is plentiful with Superstar YouTuber, KSI, performing a world exclusive of his single "Wake Up Call" and fresh from winning her very first Brit Award is rising star Celeste who's performing her stunning single 'Strange'. Even more highlights from the final part of the night include a lookback at last summer's All-Star Sport Relief Netball match, with sports captains Oti Mabuse and Jennifer Saunders. A sketch with the cast of the Netflix smash hit Stranger Things and the final round of A Question of Sport Relief.
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