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Matt Tebbutt and chefs Emily Scott and Jeremy Lee are joined by special guest Stanley Tucci. There are great moments from the BBC food archive, including clips from Rick Stein, Nadiya Hussain, Nigella Lawson and Keith Floyd, and drinks expert Olly Smith picks the wines to go with the studio dishes.
A selection of brunch favourites as John Torode starts with his Sydneysider corn cakes and a Bloody Mary, and there's an alternative take on kedgeree that is made with hot smoked salmon. Lisa Faulkner makes a chorizo, potato and broken yolk scramble, and a low-sugar banana loaf that's also delicious when toasted.
Ree Drummond is in her ranch kitchen winning big with a spread of great game day favorites. She kicks off with Bacon Cheeseburger Dip, followed by a Salsa Trio that's in a different league. Then, she tackles Popcorn Chicken with Maple Mustard Dip and a Bratwurst Bar, both guaranteed football crowd pleasers. So whether you are eating inside or out, Ree has your tailgate covered.
It's the glittering finale with audacious auctioneers Charles Hanson and Natasha Raskin Sharp. They've travelled south to Hertfordshire in the super glam 1932 Riley Monaco, the oldest set of wheels to ever grace the trip.
Charles has got over a grand to play with, and he aims to spend like there's no tomorrow. Not only does he take part in a whirlwind shopping dash, he also finds time to travel to Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire and the home of Baron Ferdinand De Rothschild, one of the greatest collectors of fine art in the world. But Charles discovers more about this Victorian gentleman's love for the natural world, and a 19th-century rarity.
Brimming with confidence, Natasha is also pumped up and ready to go for the final furlong of the trip. Leaving only 36 pennies in the kitty, she spends over £300 on items including a Victorian ink and wash painting of a grumpy girl and a stunning 19th-century Italian bronze vase. She makes a trip to 1960s suburbia in Ware to find out about a Georgian gem created by a Quaker poet.
Who will raise the Road Trip trophy aloft as this week's ultimate winner?
The Kitchen aims to score all the likes with the coolest, trendiest game day party foods! Katie Lee Biegel packs flavor into her Buffalo Chicken Tot-chos, while Alex Guarnaschelli makes a Spiked Earl Grey Lemonade that's perfect for tailgating. Jeff Mauro levels up carbs with an epic Loaded Cream Cheese Bread. The hosts take a look at the latest taco trends, then Geoffrey Zakarian is on the grill pan with his easy and tasty Grilled Fish Tacos with Papaya Slaw. Sunny Anderson steals the show with her Cookie Butter Cookies. Plus, the hosts present their first ever Kitchen Bowl competition!
Rachel has some very big news, Katie introduces Hanna to her friend Ashley, Lauren is struggling to adjust to the new dynamics in the group, and Sheena hosts a '70s-themed birthday party, but will it be disco heaven, or disco hell?
When Chessa and Tom first bought their fixer upper house, they were in need of a larger space for their small family of three and Tessa's home salon. Now that one of Tom's teenage sons is moving in with them permanently, they need another bedroom.
Ben Shephard, Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara host as more contenders take on the obstacle course as the knockout competition to find male and female champions continues. Hopefuls must not only face each other, but also have to face the Elite Ninjas - a team of professional athletes determined to beat them in head-to-head races.
Joel Dommett hosts as five of the remaining disguised celebrities return to the stage with new routines, with Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Peter Crouch and Oti Mabuse trying to guess who they are. Two of the contestants then compete in a dramatic dance-off, before the identity of the third incognito star is revealed.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the first live show of Strictly Come Dancing 2022. Back with a bang, the series opens with a glittering group routine from our professional dancers and four incredible judges, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Shirley Ballas.
Fifteen celebrities and their Strictly partners have been perfecting their routines in the training room and are hoping to wow our panel and you at home with their first live performance of the series. There is no public vote, but the judges still have their paddles. Their scores tonight will be carried over to next week, when viewers will have their chance to vote for their favourite couple. Get ready to tell your feather step from your fleckerl - Strictly is back!
Emma Willis hosts the spinning-chair singing contest, with Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Tom Jones and Will.i.am once again selecting their teams through blind auditions, where looks play no part in the selection process and each singer is chosen on vocal ability alone.
Bradley Walsh hosts as Denise Van Outen, Ellie Simmonds, Chris Eubank, Frank Skinner, Vick Hope and Joey Essex try to fill in the missing blanks and help win some brilliant prizes for this week's contestants.
Neon is infected by a Zombie Jyamato's bite during Round 2 of the Zombie Survival-theme bout of D.G.P. while her mother deletes all of her streaming videos. As the third round begins, a certain accident occurs at the same time.
Kelly and Terri investigate the 2015 homicide of a beloved father, veteran and Little League coach. A re-examination of the crime scene reveals a terrifying clue into who may have killed him.
Yaz is dreading her 36th birthday; she's anything but happy. An unrequited love life, unmet personal and professional goals, topped off by an unwanted surprise birthday party lead to a public meltdown. Bottoming out, she determines to change her life, head to foot. A reunion with an old friend (and former flame) turns out to be more than just a random encounter.
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