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It's business as usual at the Mill, and a patient with severe pain needs help, while Ruhma has an unexpected visitor. Bear is excited to meet a genuine champion for ethnic minorities but all is not what it seems.
There are grand ambitions in Norfolk as Alistair Appleton helps an opera singer and his husband find a house with space inside to hold small concerts and a garden big enough to keep a couple of pigs.
During his time in the county, Alistair also meets a former fashion editor from London who uses social media to share the joys of her country life from her beautiful Georgian home.
Today on Watercolour Challenge, Fern heads to the North Yorkshire coast to conjure up the magic of the traditional British seaside holiday. Scarborough was Britain's very first spa resort, with the upper classes going to ‘take the waters' as early as the 18th century. By the early 20th century, it was the go-to seaside escape for the hoi polloi.
The four artists set up their easels on the promenade in South Bay and take in the sweep of the shoreline from the Victorian-built Grand Hotel to the 12th-century castle on the hill, all the way over to the historic harbour. It's a vista packed with pitfalls for any artist, let alone four amateur painters.
Judging the final painting today is army veteran and professional painter Ady Wright. He is on hand to guide the artists through this complex scene as well as offering a top tip on dramatic sketching using raw watercolour pigment.
As the artists tackle this complex view, Fern learns how Scarborough became known for its healing waters — both for quaffing and bathing. We also hear the story of another painter who once painted this exact view, perhaps the most influential watercolourist of all time — Joseph Mallord William Turner, whose paintings of Scarborough are just part of his incredibly legacy to the art world. He's a hard act to follow — will the painters crumble?
Michael Strahan tells of his trip to space; Jeffrey Eisner makes buffalo chicken chili dip in an Instant Pot; Rachael makes turkey sandwiches with stuffing.
Brick warns Sonny about a possible new threat. Carly keeps her promise. Britt asks Nina for a favor. Laura reconnects with Curtis at The Savoy. Marshall goes to General Hospital in search of Epiphany.
Bochum in the early evening: residents call the fire department. Thick, black clouds of smoke are rising from a company building. The emergency services are quickly on the scene, but the premises are locked. While the fire threatens to spread and every minute counts, the fire department has to gain access as quickly as possible. Further imponderables await the Bochum firefighters during this fire.
A domestic emergency call is received at the control center. An elderly lady has pressed her emergency button and is not responding to any call. The fire department sends the rescue service. At the scene, neighbors report that she is seriously ill.
For the rescue workers, a race against time begins, because her apartment door is specially secured.
Cars are safer than they have ever been, so why are Britain's roads becoming more dangerous? For the first time in a generation the fatality rate, the number of deaths per mile, is on the rise. Reporter Richard Bilton investigates the increased risks we face when we get behind the wheel and asks whether weaker policing could be to blame.
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