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A super slider supper is in the spotlight in Ree Drummond's ranch kitchen. Taking center stage are Ladd's Chicken Bacon Sliders with the best supporting side, an Ultimate Grilled and Chopped Salad. There's a showstopping Brown Sugar Peach Ice Box Cake, and for the grand finale, Grilled Pineapple Cocktails.
The Kitchen hosts are cooking up big batch BBQ dishes, including grilled meats, for a great summer party! Sunny Anderson kicks off the all-you-can-eat feast with her Easy Smokehouse Burger. Geoffrey Zakarian whips up his Herbed Potato Salad, a staple side with a fresh twist. Alex Guarnaschelli satisfies the sweet tooth with her Glazed Funnel Cakes, and Katie Lee Biegel adds a pop of color with her Purple Cauliflower and Red Cabbage Slaw. Jeff Mauro puts a smoky twist on a seafood tower with his Epic BBQ Tower!
Food is often the center of good times -- or for Michael Symon, the best times. He makes Grilled Swordfish with Salsa Fresca, reminding him of his last meal with his parents before he headed off for college, and his Spicy Cucumber Salad is just like his grandfather Pap made throughout Michael's childhood. For dessert, Michael's wife, Lizzie, joins him to make Ricotta Cornmeal Pound Cake, taking them back to the restaurant where they first met and worked together. It's a meal with all the makings of good memories.
Stephen Mulhern heads to Great Yarmouth in Norfolk for the game show in which he travels around the UK setting members of the public unusual challenges, giving them the chance to win anything from the price of their petrol to £1,000 in the final game.
Oti Mabuse presents the dating show that uses the power of singing to help people find their ideal partners, with Fia, Andrew, Vicky and Sheena-Rae taking part this time. Each of the singletons will be serenaded by up to four singers and if they like what they hear they make their way to the bottom of the stairs to choose their favourite, opening the door and locking in their choice before the performance comes to an end. Each of the four new couples then compete to be crowned the winners by the studio audience and bag themselves a second date.
The team are in Bradford to help a family create a grow-your-own garden, and offer tips on planting your own food. Errol Reuben Fernandes creates an edible layer garden packed with things you can't find in the supermarket, Bruce Kenneth creates a drop-down fence that becomes a table, and Joel Bird plants an edible lawn. Plus, Scarlett Moffatt shows viewers around her own garden.
A special sport edition of the general knowledge quiz in which four teams try to come up with the answers that no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman, with contestants Steve Backley OBE, Roger Black MBE, Kelly Sotherton MBE, Sally Gunnel OBE, Ashia Hansen MBE, Jo Pavey MBE, Martin Offiah MBE and Gareth Chilcott.
Watch live world-class athletics as some of the strongest line-ups ever assembled on the Diamond League circuit compete at Oregon's Hayward Field in the Prefontaine Classic.
An electrifying men's 100m is set to feature all three current Olympic medallists, including shock Tokyo winner Marcell Jacobs, alongside world sprint champions Christian Coleman and Noah Lyles.
Other highlights include a repeat of the women's 800m Olympic showdown between Athing Mu and Britain's Keely Hodgkinson, a stellar men's pole vault competition, headlined by Mondo Duplantis, and world record attempts by Joshua Cheptegei in the men's 5000m, Burundi's Francine Niyonsaba in the women's two mile and Letesenbet Gidey in the women's one-hour run.
Quiz hosted by Lee Mack in which the questions have nothing to do with remembering facts, but are all about logic and common sense. A hundred contestants begin every show, but who will make it to the end and answer a question only one per cent of the country can get right - and win up to £100,000?
Jools welcomes a brand new collaboration consisting of Academy Award-nominated actress and singer Jessie Buckley and Brit Award-winning producer and ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, who perform a couple of tracks from their forthcoming album, a collection of 12 mesmerising new songs entitled For All Our Days that Tear the Heart. They chat to Jools about their collaboration and their choices from the Later… archives of performances by Leonard Cohen and Paul Buchanan.
There are three debuts on this week's show, starting with south Londoner Poppy Ajudha, who has collaborated with the likes of Tom Misch and Nubya Garcia and performs her single PLAYGOD from her debut album The Power in Us. The album has been described by critics as a 'genre fluid blend of jazz, R&B, soul, rock and pop' that offers 'powerful therapy in troubled times'. Poppy also performs, with Jools at the piano, a classic song she grew up listening to.
Also making their debut are Brisbane electro-pop quartet Confidence Man, fronted by two powerhouse performers known as Janet Planet and Sugar Bones, who consider the likes of Bono, Noel Gallagher and Elton John amongst their fans. They perform their catchy, infectious tune Holiday, a song that perfectly encapsulates the sound of their latest album Tilt and 'taps into the hedonistic feeling of all the best EDM.'
And completing the line-up are London based rock'n'roll band Warmduscher, who are renowned for their raucous, high-energy performances. Their lineup includes previous members of Fat White Family, and they have just released their fourth LP, At the Hotspot, produced by Hot Chip's Joe Goddard and Al Doyle.
Action from the battle for pole in the seventh round of the season, held at Circuit de Monaco. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari qualified fastest here last year, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen joining him at the front of the grid. Steve Jones presents, with analysis from David Coulthard and Mark Webber.
Fed up with Taro's behavior, the other Donbrothers decide to fight the Hitostsuki without following his orders. Meanwhile, Taro and Sonoi have a duel after discovering each other's true identities.
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