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A Miami mansion with personal touches by Lenny Kravitz; a Los Angeles mansion; Michael Jordan's former mansion; a unique California mansion; the most expensive house in Georgia; a famous fashion designer's couture castle; a bulletproof penthouse.
This half-hour program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on one or more of the major stories in the news, with occasional segments on pop culture. Journalists Dan Harris, Juju Chang and Byron Pitts share hosting duties for this late-night program.
Mim-Mim feels uneasy about telling the gang a story, but with Kate's encouragement he learns that anyone can make up their own story. It's as easy as starting with 'Once upon a time...'.
Sarah is on a mission at the recycling centre in Witley in Surrey, to find three items about to be tipped and turn them from trash into cash. Sarah enlists the help of artisan Mark Haig to turn an old World War Two field telephone into something functional again. Blacksmith Bex Simon is tasked with turning metal poles into something superstylish. And Sarah herself takes on the challenge of bringing an Edwardian spring-ridden single bed into the 21st century. But will each of these potential transformations be enough to turn a profit?
Newly retired Sue Garbutt from Devon is looking for a new build property in the Alicante area. Mel and Neil Street-Bailey are looking to swap the UK rat race for a Spanish residence.
Sam and Mark visit a relationship counsellor who encourages them to look back on some of their happiest times together from the series. Featuring plenty of wind-ups, laughter and music to kick-off the weekend.
The USA is in the grip of an illiteracy crisis, with nearly one in five adults now unable to read. Reporter Kiki King and director Jessica Kelly visit Detroit, a city where two thirds of high school students struggle with basic reading and where things have got so bad that a group of high school students are suing the state of Michigan for failing to teach them adequately.
In the Eden Valley, Tony makes a dramatic ascent to limestone paved Asby Scar, the last evidence of a 300 million-year-old tropical sea. He also finds out why border collies make perfect sheepdogs, before reflecting upon the huge drystone cairns at Nine Standards Rigg.
It is the first quarter-final of the series, and the six cooks face a seriously daunting test set by one of the country's toughest food critics. This episode's brief has been set by journalist and broadcaster Amol Rajan, and the contestants must cook either a savoury dish using Indian spices or a chocolate dessert with a playful twist. After cooking their dish, the contestants must stand before Amol Rajan, John and Gregg to hear what they think of their dish and how well they have kept to the brief. At the end of the quarter-final, the best cooks are put through to Knockout Week, taking another step closer to being crowned MasterChef Champion 2017.
When Paul Pennyfeather is unfairly expelled from Oxford University, he finds his only option is to go and teach at a substandard boarding school in rural Wales. There he meets a colourful cast of characters, including the alluring Margot Beste-Chetwynde, a wealthy widow with designs on the naeve Paul.
A magazine covering the breaking news and the most striking. A large team of journalists provides full reports of the country and the world. The program also has two weekly health segments.
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