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Journalist and author Fareed Zakaria hosts this in-depth look at the major global developments of the week (the title's "GPS" stands for "Global Public Square"), with an emphasis on new ideas and innovative solutions to the world's toughest problems. Each episode also features Zakaria leading a panel discussion and interviewing a major world figure.
While Molly Yeh's husband, Nick, and his dad are busy fixing all the farm equipment in the winter off-season, Molly makes comforting Sweet Flatbreads with Lemon Yogurt Whipped Cream for lunch to keep them warm. Then she prepares an even cozier dinner of Spiced Chicken Pot Pies, Crispy Chili Brussels Sprouts and Halva Apple Pie Bars that the whole family will love.
It's Diwali, and revelers cause chaos throughout the town. Lydia tries to help a deaf runaway teenager, while Gabriel and Aisha are thrown together in a festival clinic. To Mari's surprise, Jyoti discharges herself, but is she ready to go home?
Featuring a single mum and her daughter who faced problems when they moved into a new flat in Milton Keynes because of a resident in the same block. Plus, the case of a Manchester man and his son whose life in a new flat turned into a nightmare when they were viciously turned upon in the form of a racist attack by one of their neighbours.
Fiona Bruce and the team return to Compton Verney, Warwickshire. Finds include hand-painted fashion illustrations from the 1930s, a pair of bronze cockerels from Benin, West Africa, and a rare Chinese incense burner worth a small fortune. Fiona meets the granddaughter of the first British woman to win an individual swimming gold medal, at the 1924 Olympics, and military expert Mark Smith hears the story of how a First World War hero earned the Victoria Cross.
A jealous Oliver threatens to ruin the lives of many as he makes a shocking discovery about Charles. John's plans are jeopardised, making him dangerous; he enlists the help of the Trenchard staff to stoop to new lows.
Multimillionaires Steve and Gemma, their daughter Sadie and Steve's granddaughter Arianna swap lives for a week with Ben, his partner Demi and their daughter Lillie. Steve and Gemma live in a newly renovated five-bedroom house in the seaside town of Redcar and own nearly 80 properties worth over £6 million, while Ben and Demi live in a rented two-bedroom, terraced house in Co Durham and rely on Ben's zero-hour contract work as a roofer.
The Turin Shroud is believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus and proof of his existence, but skeptics disagree; experts investigate this ancient relic to determine if the shroud is genuine or one of the most elaborate hoaxes in history.
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