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Five high-profile Australians agree to swap their privileged lifestyles for 10 days of being homeless in NSW. They find out what it's like to go from having everything to having absolutely nothing. Living amongst Australia's homeless are Emergency Doctor & Businessman Dr. Andrew Rochford, Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne Arron Wood, Restauranteur & Entrepreneur Pauline Nguyen, Comedian & Radio Presenter Ciaran Lyons, and Actress & Model Ellie Gonsalves.
Spend some time with Craig's little sister, Jessica, with a series of 5 short stories. Follow along as she trains to be the best video game fighter in "Power Punchers," deals with a loose tooth in "Incisor Trading," puts on her own TV show in "The Jessica & Small Uncle Show," saves Kelsey's sword in "Jessica in Operation" and takes family game night too far in "Jessica in Payup!".
The kids are on the search for an elusive ferret in the Creek. Kelsey unites her friends Stacks and Wildernessa to find it, but worries they'd rather hangout with each other instead of her.
Liam Charles and Tom Allen set two chocolate-themed challenges for the four remaining teams in the third episode - and one of the tasks they will face has never been seen before in the show. For the climactic showpiece round, the teams are required to make a firework-themed creation, which must incorporate moving parts as well as featuring chocolate entremets. Judges Benoit Blin and Cherish Finde will assess their efforts before deciding which three teams will be continuing to next week's round.
Essie attempts to act as if there is nothing to worry about as she starts chemotherapy, but confides in Fletch that she knows they will both face difficult decisions in the future. Guy's past is dredged up, but gets the chance to prove he is better than his reputation - if he can convince Ric to let him operate. Jac is determined to secure a bright future for Darwin after losing a profitable contract, but fears her feelings for Kian may be a distraction.
Chris Packham, Iolo Williams and Gillian Burke present the latest updates from the cameras set up across the country, including a portrait of the Lake District. Ecologist Ellie Harrisonshares wildlife stories live from her home in the Cotswolds, and nature cameraman Raymond Besant encounters otters in the Orkney Islands.
Rebecca pays a visit to Joe's school to teach the class about pregnancy, an experience which eases her worries about her own child's future. However, while driving back to the Lakes, she goes into labour, and faces the prospect of giving birth by the roadside with only Joe on hand to help her. Ben returns from work in Derby with bad news for Alison. Ralph moves into his new flat with Katie, and Louise finds the experience of her son leaving home hard to take - but Maurice proposes a drastic solution to her loneliness.
Lunch with Terry gets Arabella thinking about the hazy events of the previous night, prompting her to probe Simon for answers. Growing increasingly desperate to put together the pieces, Arabella drops by Simon's apartment - and later, finds herself at an unwelcoming doorstep. Meanwhile Terry has a lousy audition, and a concerned Kwame rushes to Arabella's side.
Host Alex Guarnaschelli welcomes the competing chefs to a parking lot party at Bristol Farms in Calabasas, Calif. The chefs stakeout shoppers for a weekend brunch, and then it's crunch time before the final two chefs try not to melt down.
Police in Idaho Falls, Idaho, have spent the last 23 years trying to solve the case of 18-year-old Angie Dodge who was raped and murdered in her own apartment in 1996. They turn to investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore, but no genetic genealogist has ever solved a case using such degraded DNA. Despite the challenge, Moore is able to come up with the name of the potential killer. The episode follows the Idaho Police Department as they track the suspect, collect his DNA and match it to the DNA found at the crime scene. Cameras are rolling as police move in for a heart-pounding arrest. Moore's work on this case also helps exonerate Chris Tapp, who was wrongly accused of Dodge's murder and spent 20 years in prison. The episode features interviews with Angie's mother, Carol Dodge; Idaho Falls Police Department's Captain Bill Squires; Detective Jeff Pratt; and reporter Bryan Clark.
In round three of "The Qualifiers," the competition gets turned on its head as the judges surprise contestants, who must now first perform in a stripped down warehouse to prove they have what it takes.
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