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A semi in Claygate in Surrey, a terrace in Willenhall in the West Midlands and a bungalow in Ashton on Ribble in Lancashire are all sold under the hammer. Some of the buyers think they will make their auction buys their homes while others definitely have the resale market in their sights.
New Series : a hidden glimpse into the life and lives of the invisible army who work tirelessly through the night, to keep us safe, provide vital services and get the world ready for us when we wake. Today the team at Care Call rush to provide emergency support to clients with very different problems, the mechanics at the AA work save stricken motorists, and the staff of the Theatre Royal in Newcastle attempt to get one touring show out in time for the big money-spinning panto to start.
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.
Daniel and Izzie disagree on how to approach a situation, while Emma and Jasmine have a tricky conversation. Al gets frustrated with Karen as she sticks her nose in while he deals with an unusual and complicated case.
Jules Hudson joins a couple in their search for their perfect retirement retreat in the Cornish countryside on a budget of £400,000. Taking some time out from house hunting, Jules visits the National Lobster Hatchery to lend a hand in their conservation work.
Upcycling entrepreneurs Sarah Moore and Jay Blades are on a mission. They'll save three things from being dumped, transform them and return the profits to the original owners.
Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. The barn's first arrival is Steve O'Donnell from Galway Ireland, with a much-loved childhood gift requiring the mechanical expertise of Steve Fletcher. The bus conductor's ticket machine had belonged to his uncle. Owner Steve was fascinated by it as a boy and would play bus conductors during visits to his house, charging his family to sit on the sofa! Fifty years on and it's jammed up and incapable of issuing anything. Steve would love his grandchildren to have a go on it. This is a first for Steve Fletcher and he's eager to open it up, see how it works and fathom a way to get its cogs and levers sparked up again. He cleans off all the hardened grime, releases the locked mechanics and enlists Susie to make a new leather neck strap so that future generations of the family can continue the fun. A team effort is called for when Emma Sadek from London arrives at the barn with a Victorian automaton. She's hoping organ restorer and vintage toy enthusiast David Burville can give a long-retired musical curiosity the chance of an encore. The mechanical pianist doll, which belongs to her elderly mother, is in a terrible state. All that remains of her body is a detached skeleton and head. Her piano is completely defunct. David calls in the cavalry to get this lady making sweet music again. Music box restorer Steve Kember tinkers with the musical mechanism, while Julie and Amanda give her a total makeover. David rebuilds the doll, refurbishes the miniature piano and the transformation is astonishing. And ceramics expert Kirsten Ramsay finds herself with a rather poignant project when Helen Bannan from London brings a hard-won trophy of hers. Helen is a former World kickboxing champion but a tragic recent house fire destroyed most of her possessions and rendered her prized trophy out for the count. The resin statue of the boxer is in pieces and coated in soot. Kirsten carefully reunites the statue with its limbs and cleans it from top to toe.
The brainy quiz returns for a twenty third 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, we bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Bobby develops a crush. Vinny is determined to prove himself.
A: On the day of his disciplinary hearing, Xavier is determined to prove that Cameron killed Evan, but will he gather enough evidence to bring Cameron down? B: As Essie faces her first round of chemotherapy, Sacha begs her to inform her friends and colleagues that she has Cancer. C. Overseen by Jac, Nicky is given the opportunity to carry out a challenging heart transplant, but will she hold it together?
Concern abounds for captured Dr Bahil, further bolstered by a video from Omar in which Bahil is beaten. As the Special Forces arrive to help, Georgie remembers leaving her smartwatch in the stolen vehicle, which the Section track and follow in the hope of finding Dr Bahil. Out on the mission, Georgie learns more from Blue about the circumstances around Elvis' death, leaving her devastated and more determined than ever that Omar be brought to justice. The Special Forces' quick thinking eventually leads the section to Dr Bahil… and to Omar… but the celebrations are short-lived. Elsewhere, Throbber's capers land him in hot water, Mimi's lies are noticed by a concerned Prof, and Kingy helps Sandy to prove himself to the Brigadier.
With the results of his ultrasound looming, Mick's convinced the diagnosis is going to be bad. Really bad. And his mum's attempts to reassure him only make him more convinced he definitely has cancer and the doctors and his mum must already know. With Tommy's house party seeming like his last chance to properly experience all the chaos of teenage life before he dies, Mick is determined to make the night count. This is going to be the party of a lifetime and he's got a lot of experiences to fit in before he dies. Not least with Rachael. Mick knows he only has so long left with her and giant ball or no giant ball, he can't die a virgin! But when Mick arrives, the party is not quite what he was expecting, and a surprise guest threatens to ruin the fun before it's even begun. But the lads are determined to make this a party to remember and Tommy and Conor are elated to be at the centre of their first proper house party. Even if their love lives don't quite live up to their expectations and Tommy's attempts to woe Siobhan end in disaster. Despite his best efforts Mick struggles to forget about the swelling in his trousers and his desperate attempt to drown out his fears goes spectacularly wrong. With events at the party taking an unexpected turn for the worse, Mick's actions send shockwaves through the party and his friends are left speechless when they discover what their mate has been keeping to himself.
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