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Tonight is the second semi-final of The Family Brain Games 2019, hosted by Dara Ó Briain. Two more of last week's winning families return to the specially designed "Games Lab" as they once again go head-to-head in the ultimate test of intelligence, in a bid to make it through to the final. The stakes are high and the games are even more difficult than in the heats, as the two families compete, all under the watchful eyes of leading neuroscientist Dr Hannah Critchlow. Tonight's games include Shape Shifters, a visual game that tests group communication and non-verbal reasoning as they work together to recreate a 3D geometric shape, and Word Ladder, a vocabulary game which requires the family members to work strategically as a team, demonstrating fluid and efficient group communication skills. There is also Pathfinder, a game for the adult team members, which tests their co-operative spatial planning and logic; whilst the two children will compete at Card Slide, a numerical game that also relies on strategy. The semi-final concludes with the intense all-or-nothing Interrogation round. They say the family that plays together, stays together but can these families stay united long enough to make it to the final?
One family. Worlds apart. In the final episode of The Planets, Professor Brian Cox journeys to the remotest part of the solar system, a place that the most mysterious planets call home. These worlds remain shadowy for a simple reason. Beyond Saturn we have only ever visited the most distant planets once. Uranus : barely visible to the naked eye : was once thought to be the furthest planet from the Sun. But with the telescope and some careful viewing we discovered it had a companion: Neptune. Thanks to a rare alignment of the planets in 1976, Voyager 2 was sent for our only flyby of these ice worlds. There we discovered far more vibrant planets than we ever imagined. Even at such cold temperatures, great storms whip around these frozen worlds that are home to spectacular moons and intricate ring systems. After a few hours of observation at each planet, Voyager 2 left them behind. We have never returned. For decades that's as far as we got, until 2015 when NASA's New Horizons probe pushed the frontier even further into space with its extraordinary passage to the dwarf planet Pluto. Once again all our assumptions about this distant world were wrong. Pluto is alive with ice volcanoes, dunes, and geysers : even a subsurface ocean. What's more, we discovered that Pluto isn't alone out there : there's a plethora of weird icy companions , which are redefining everything we thought we knew about the strange, distant reaches of our solar system.
Pride Live At The Apollo is a two part celebration of LGBT+stand up comedy at the BBC. Two shows of great stand up taken from over 14 series showcasing all the funniest bits from the LGBT+ stars who have appeared on Live at the Apollo. This episode features sets from Fern Brady, Desiree Burch, Alan Carr, Larry Dean, Eddie Izzard, Joe Lycett and Zoe Lyons.
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Two cousins, with different views on art versus commerce, on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene; "Earnest 'Earn' Marks," an ambitious college drop-out and his estranged cousin, who suddenly becomes a star.
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