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Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
Antiques show in which a team of experts travels around Britain and invites local people to have their collections evaluated.
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Television appearances of famous movie stars throughout the years.
A look back at the life and work of Sir John Hurt : one of Britain's acting greats, who died last month aged 77 after a career that spanned six decades and took in over 100 films. In a selection of rarely-seen interviews, we find John discussing some of his most iconic screen creations : most notably Quentin Crisp from The Naked Civil Servant, John Merrick from The Elephant Man and Max from Midnight Express. The conversations also cover John's personal perspective on the craft of acting, the tragedy that claimed the life of the woman he planned marry and his reputation for being a hard-drinking hell-raiser : which he felt was largely undeserved. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
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JEREMY VINE hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Can today's challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show?
Each week a group of four famous faces go toe-to-toe testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of fun trivia-based games in Richard Osman's House of Games. Every day this week the celebrity contestants : Jay Blades, Shaun Keaveny, Rachel Parris and Jan Ravens : will take on a series of quiz rounds selected by the host, quiz legend, Richard Osman. A daily winner will be declared following a quick-fire round at the end of each show as the scores are tallied across the week resulting in an overall champion being crowned on Friday. Will the winning stars opt for the much coveted House of Games dressing gown, or instead go for the must-have branded fondue set? Fun, witty, and full of surprises, Richard's cross-examination of the celebs over the course of a week provides an entertaining watch for all the family as the level of competitiveness and camaraderie grows. And of course, this warm, feel-good quiz is perfect for playing along with at home.
Zoe Ball serves up more backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the world of Strictly and more couples join Zoe on the sofa for a chat. Plus Strictly's costume designer, Vicky Gill, pops by to talk fashion.
Actor Neil Morrissey takes to the B roads of Cheshire and Staffordshire with his good pal, TV presenter JJ Chalmers. Accompanied by antiques experts Izzie Balmer and Charles Hanson : all on their best behaviour. JJ detours from the shops to dress as a crow and join a troupe of dancing villagers, much to the annoyance of an irate farmer who takes aim with a shotgun. Meanwhile, after a potter around the Potteries, Neil has a go at some quite elaborate ceramic decoration in a style that made one local lad very famous. Neil seems to know a bit about the antique world but former Royal Marine Commando JJ says he'd rather be back in a war zone than having to haggle. Who will emerge victorious from the unarmed combat of the Staffordshire auction?
The BAFTA-winning hit MasterChef: The Professionals is back. Celebrated MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace, reputed chef Monica Galetti and Michelin-starred Marcus Wareing are together once again in their search for the UK's finest cooking talent. Tonight's Quarter Final sees the six most talented chefs from this week's Heats set out to impress Monica and Marcus in two high-stakes challenges. First up, the chefs face an Invention Test, featuring a particular ingredient. This week, Monica has selected a favourite, found at the heart of many cuisines, the onion. The professionals will be under pressure when faced with a whole host of varieties of onion and a huge array of other ingredients. They need to focus and rapidly find inspiration to cook a dish in 70 minutes, that will deliver flavour, finesse, sparkle, and an inspired approach to the onion. At the end of the challenge, two contestants will leave the competition. The remaining four chefs go on to cook their food for three of the UK's most discerning Restaurant Critics. William Sitwell, Tracey MacLeod and Amol Rajan, take great delight in dishing up their opinions and uncovering new culinary talent. The hopefuls are given one hour 15 minutes to showcase their culinary prowess with a two-course menu designed to dazzle the critics and the judges and keep them in the competition. Only the three most talented chefs will go through to Knockout Week and continue their pursuit of the MasterChef: The Professionals 2019 title.
With the repercussions of the gunfight rattling their way through Soho, Taki and Rodney's nightclub fantasies are shattered when they're begrudgingly evacuated from the dancefloor. Weaving through the drunken throng, Taki stumbles across a severely injured man : her uncle, Yuto. Shaken and unsure of what else to do Taki and Rodney rush his shrapnel ridden body to the only safe place they know : Sarah's flat. Having successfully used crowds to escape the gunfight, we find Kenzo. He collides with a frantic Vickers and injured Donna. They need to stay calm and keep a low profile until he can make contact since right now Kenzo's first priority is Yuto. Soon alerted to his injuries, Kenzo rushes to Sarah's flat where they attempt makeshift surgery in order to save Yuto's life. In Tokyo and also under the knife is Fukuhara, his bullet wounds threatening to crumble the very foundations of the yakuza peace treaty. Should he die, his men will be obligated to unleash a wave of violence in response, a consequence Toshio confronts Hayashi over. He knew this would happen when he recklessly stripped Fukuhara of him men in retaliation for his wife's affair : ultimately putting his jealousy ahead of duty as a police chief. Back in his hotel room, Vickers is still stricken with panic and threatening to involve his mobster father : an idea that puts Donna on edge. Vickers is standing in petrol, why would he want to light a match? To stop any further collateral damage Donna decides to end things here, shooting Vickers dead. However, his wife Diane arrives moments later and in part retaliation, part acceptance of the inevitable, Diane empties an entire magazine into Donna's defenceless body. The next morning the Soho shootings are Angling's team's top priority and they are to pool all resources, including those in Tokyo. Angling shares the CCTV stills from the shooting with Hayashi : they've got Yuto, but does he know who the other Japanese man is? Hayashi knows its Kenzo but lies in order to buy both of them some more time. Also keeping secrets is Sarah, who just can't bring herself to tell Angling about her involvement with Kenzo and Yuto. Keen to escape the intensity of last night's events, Rodney and Taki spend the day out in London. They grow closer and Rodney discovers that Taki is, in fact, a lesbian. In teasing provocation, he invites his friend Annie to come over and get high with them. She does, and she and Taki share a kiss. Their intimacy sparks something in Rodney and a spectre of Tiff appears during his high, leaving Rodney to quietly admit that Tiff's death has left him heartbroken. Although Yuto is recovering well at Sarah's, in Tokyo, Hotaka's health is in decline and Rei wants to know if Kenzo will come home to be with him. Kenzo chokes on his answer : no, he won't be. It's an emotional confession and one that deepens the rift in his marriage. Wanting to escape the pressures surrounding him, Kenzo agrees to join Sarah for a drink. They find comfort in each other at a cosy bar and bare their souls. They discuss past loves and present guilt before enjoying an emotionally charged 'twenty seconds of silence'. It's short, but long enough for them to realise what they really mean to one another. Back in Tokyo, Fukuhara thankfully survives his operation. Hotaka, on the other hand, is close the end. During a final call with his son, Hotaka mistakes Kenzo for Yuto and pleads for his son to come home at once. Not wanting to correct his father, Kenzo promises that Yuto will. A declaration that is later compounded when Hotaka eventually dies.
It's the penultimate show of the series and joining Jools in the hallowed circle of dreams are RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE ft. IMELDA MAY, LEWIS CAPALDI, FOALS, SUDAN ARCHIVES and NILÜFER YANYA. Rolling Stone RONNIE WOOD makes his debut on the show with his Wild Five Band and a special guest appearance from the esteemed Irish singer IMELDA MAY. The pair first met when a 16-year-old Imelda snuck into a Dublin club and joined Ronnie onstage to sing. They perform tracks from his latest album 'Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry', the first in a trilogy paying homage to his musical heroes. Scottish chart topper LEWIS CAPALDI joins the bill with songs from his number 1 album 'Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent', currently the biggest selling debut of 2019. The singer-songwriter is famed not only for his self-depreciating ballads, but also his witty banter, hilarious social media presence and unrivalled collection of sunglasses. Fresh from a sold-out US tour the self-proclaimed 'America's Sweetheart' is fast rising to global superstardom. It's been a busy year for FOALS who make a very welcome return to the studio. The Oxford rockers have released two albums in 2019, "Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1" and their first chart topper 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2'. Lead singer Yannis Philippakis refers to the two records as "two halves of the same locket". Completing the line-up this week are two women making their debuts. The first is singer-songwriter NILÜFER YANYA who released her debut album 'Miss Universe' earlier this year which caught the attention of critics and showcases her unique vocals and blend of genres. She grew up in West London, of Turkish, Irish and Bajan heritage and began making up songs in her head from the age of six. Finally violinist, singer and songwriter SUDAN ARCHIVES. The LA based and Ohio born musician's distinct performing style combines violin, vocals and loop pedals taking inspiration from Sudanese fiddlers and West African beats. Her 12 track debut 'Athena' was whittled down from the epic 60 tracks it started at!
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