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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as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes.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?
Our defenders swoop on an illegal sweatshop in Birmingham suspected of being a major supplier of counterfeit clothing. Inside they discover thousands of garments and banks of manufacturing machinery, it's one of the biggest finds they've ever had. Inside the sweat shop working conditions fall well short of even the most basic safety standards. They're on the trail of a cowboy builder who all but destroys a young family's dream home, ripping off the back of their house and digging up the garden, leaving the property unliveable and the family close to £17,000 out of pocket. In Newcastle our Defenders catch up with a criminal fly tipping gang putting profit before public health. Fly tipping costs the city nearly half a million pounds a year to clean up. And they seize a consignment of cheap earings which could contain dangerously high levels of base metals such as nickel which can cause serious skin allergies.
A serial fraudster with expensive taste ends up behind bars after getting caught out by insurers, while a claim following a dramatic burglary arouses suspicions. Doubts are cast over a head injury when the photos supplied to back up the claim don't match up, and an insurance company comes down hard on one of its employees who used his inside knowledge of the business to line his pockets.
Today's Bargain Hunt comes from Detling in Kent where Natasha Raskin Sharp is leading proceedings. Caroline Hawley and Raj Bisram give the teams a helping hand as they go in search of profit-making finds to sell at auction. Natasha takes time out with a cup of tea as she checks out Teapot Island, which houses a collection of more than eight thousand novelty teapots discovers how they became a kitchen fashion accessory.
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.
Ruhma is thrown by a blast from the past as Valerie sets her sights on dancing with Bear. Sid worries for a gamekeeper who struggles with the fact she may have to give up the work she loves.
When DI David Bradford's wife disappears without a trace, his superiors find it hard to trust him, but they don't have much of a choice. Part of an elite murder investigation team in London, Bradford, played by Hugo Speer, is tasked with investigating some of the most gruesome murders in the capital. While his colleague, DS Vivienne Cole (Sharon Small) believes that his wife, Sarah is dead, she doesn't hide her suspicion for Bradford although the to of them are forced to work together and solve a new mystery in each episode. British crime series.
A south London couple have high hopes to escape the rat race and find their dream home in the High Weald with the help of Alistair Appleton. The pair have a hearty budget of £950,000 to find a property suitable for multi-generations of the family. Elsewhere, Alistair discovers an exotic side to the region when he visits a wildlife reserve in the Kent countryside.
At Merchants Way recycling centre in Walsall, Jay Blades is sifting through the unwanted whatnots in search of three hidden gems he can take, transform and turn a profit on. Designer-maker Rachel Henderson has her hands full with an old fireplace while robot maker Mark Haig attempts to inject new life into a collection of brass lighting. Jay sees profit-making potential in a stained-glass door and window, but will he succeed in finding new homes for all his items?
Antiques Road Trip takes two antique experts on a mission to earn the greatest profit from buying antiques and collectables which are then sold at auction. The winner is the antique expert that makes the greater profit over five legs, with each leg being a single programme normally broadcast Monday to Friday. Once each auction has completed, the amount in each of the expert's kitty once costs are deducted becomes their new budget for the next day. With the experts travelling to different destinations in a classic car that changes every week, what treasures will they be able to find around the UK? First shown on BBC Two and now BBC One since 2013, Antiques Road Trip also features a Celebrity Antiques Road Trip version, airing since 2011 with an expert pairing up a celebrity. Whatever money is left in the kitty after the show is donated to the Children in Need charity.
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.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live this evening, Alex Jones and Matt Baker bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Stunning stories from the local area.
It's the day of Dennis's funeral but a surprise visitor threatens to ruin everything. Dotty and Vinny strike up a friendship.
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After five weeks of fierce competition in the heats, the amateur cooks have been whittled down to just 16 to kick off Knockout Week. All of them have just one goal: to lift the coveted MasterChef trophy. Only the best can become Semi Finalists at the end of this week. Over the next two nights the heat intensifies as the remaining 16 contestants are split into two groups. The first group of eight returns to compete for the chance to experience the pressure of a professional kitchen for the first time. They must cook a dish for John and Gregg that they would have on the menu of their own restaurant, pop-up or feature in their cookbook. After this challenge, three of them will be going home. The remaining five contestants then head to East London where they will be working under one of the country's most exciting young talents, chef Rafael Cagali. Originally from Brazil, Rafael mastered his trade working for some of Europe's legendary Michelin-starred chefs. In 2019 he opened Da Terra, serving dishes inspired by his South American roots and the time he had spent in Europe and Asia. Within eight months his restaurant had earned its first Michelin star. During a busy lunch service, the five amateurs will be entirely responsible for serving the restaurant's menu to paying customers. Who will buckle under the intense pressure as they cook in a demanding and totally new environment? In a competition where only the food matters, these amateurs will need to stand out to survive : taking another precious step towards being crowned MasterChef Champion 2020.
After the attack on his best friends and threats against his sister, Series 3 of Man Like Mobeen finds Mobeen armed, dangerous and out for revenge. But can he solve his problems without any bloodshed, or will this land him deeper in the criminal world he's trying to escape. His attempts to make up for past mistakes see him pulled back into the world of unhinged crime boss Uncle Khan. Owing money to Khan, (with deadly consequences if he doesn't pay him back) Mobeen struggles to undertake his criminal orders under the watchful eye of Khan's useless nephew Nav. Now living at Uncle Shady's "Safe House", can Mobeen keep his family safe whilst staying out of jail? Or will the dark path he's being forces down lead to him paying the ultimate price?
We are living in the age of the first online superstars, people under-30 becoming mega rich through YouTube, Instagram and eGaming. But what happens when these people tip into their thirties and forties? Will they still be vlogging fashion tips and playing Fortnite for money? Football vlogger Gonth has almost 2 million subscribers. For the past five years he's been pulling in a large six-figure income. But he's just turned 26 and he's starting to wonder how long he's got left in the online game. Gonth's wondering if he needs to change career tracks so in this episode he signs himself up onto a tv presenter course. But can he make it as the next Reggie Yates? 22 year old Rory has moved into the family business: dealing cars. But whilst his Dad owned a car auction house, Rory's making his mint dealing in high-end prestige cars online. Finally, 29 year old Mima has just given up her job as a graphic designer to launch her own range of bespoke wedding fashion wear. Can she make her mark on the £10 billion annual wedding industry?
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