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Alison Hammond helps Joe discover how trustworthy Trustpilot is. Joe takes aim at a paintballing company's dubious practices and takes on the Google Play Store. Plus, bags for life.
The 200-mile Ligne de Cévennes, which travels northwards through the Massif Central to France's volcanic heart - Clermont Ferrand and the spectacular Puy De Dome. The route takes travellers across three incredible historic viaducts, plunges deep underground to explore the area's hidden wildlife and traverses through several impressive valleys. The route winds through one of the world's most spectacular national parks, before reaching its final destination, a collection of 80 dormant volcanoes.
The team reviews the extraordinary events that have taken place during the week, as Gillian Burke looks back at her time with the Beaver family in Cornwall, Chris Packham reveals the extraordinary transformation young salmon perform and Iolo Williams reveals the latest findings about the mysterious migrations of Short Eared Owls. Plus, Steve Backshallintroduces his young two-year-old son to a local family of swans.
The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week, with cameras capturing their instant reactions and the lively discussions that are prompted by the week's biggest and best shows.
Michael Portillo travels to South Africa to explore how the lure of riches led Britain into barbaric wars, dividing the country along racial lines. He visits the crumbling Fort Napier, the British garrison in Natal, where battles were planned and executed against the Zulu people. The white minority devised rules to subdue the native black population, corralling people into squalid townships and offering them menial jobs. Eventual conflict with the descendants of Dutch settlers - Boers - was inevitable. Michael learns how Mohandas Gandhi fought the racial segregation that would later calcify into Apartheid.
Martin Clunes guest hosts the satirical current affairs quiz, with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton joined by panellists including comedian Fin Taylor.
Monty Don reveals how to pot tomatoes on to the next stage of their growth. He also pots up tender vegetables and plants containers for summer colour. Adam Frost enjoys the seasonal plants in his garden and shares plans to transform a part of his plot into a seating area using a few logs and plants. Arit Anderson fills a range of imaginative containers with a variety of plants, while Frances Tophill explores spring flowering trees and their benefits for bees. Plus, how one man has designed his home around his love of houseplants.
The music programme continues in its lockdown incarnation as Jools chats from his south London studio via videolink to Golden Globe-winning actor, comedian, musician and writer Hugh Laurie, inviting him to recount his musical journey. Laurie's picks reflect the influences that can be found on his own two records Let Them Talk and Didn't It Rain, the former featuring collaborations with Tom Jones, Irma Thomas and Dr John. As usual, there's also time for Jools to focus on new music, with a unique performance by multi-instrumentalist and singer Jacob Collier, who will be making his debut on the show.
Joining Graham on his virtual sofa are: global pop superstar Lady Gaga, talking about her new album Chromatica, Captain America Chris Evans and Downton's Michelle Dockery, together in crime drama series Defending Jacob, Hollywood star Josh Gad (Frozen, and Beauty and the Beast), in new musical animated sitcom Central Park and Chewing Gum star Michaela Coel, in new BBC drama I May Destroy You. Singer-songwriter Niall Horan chats and gives a home performance of his single Black and White.
Raven Abaroa swooped into Vanessa Pond's life and stole her heart. Then Vanessa discovered her dream man had a tragic past. His first wife had been killed. Was he a grieving widower or somehow involved? Dark secrets were about to be spilled.
Jong Ho Kim / Lombard, Illinois, High School Math Teacher; Anne Pulju / Sandy Spring, Maryland, High School English Teacher; Allison Thomas / Port St. Lucie, Florida, 7th Grade Civics Teacher.
Shawn gets his first taste of the shifting seabed. Ken tries a new perspective to find new ground. Kris and Emily each try out greenhorn divers to boost their productivity, but the plan grinds to a halt for one of them.
Hosted by Dean Cain, "Masters of Illusion" features amazing magic performed by cutting-edge illusionists, escape artists and performers displaying skills ranging from perplexing interactive mind magic to hilarious comedy routines - all in front of a studio audience. Magicians featured in this episode include Trigg Watson, Jeki Yoo, Lefty, Krystyn Lambert, Eric Jones and Hans Klok.
A hotel security guard is forced into a face-to-face confrontation by a paranormal entity; two hikers are chased by an otherworldly creature that follows them back to their hotel room; a woman spends the night in a B&B keeping a demon at bay.
Guy Fieri's family loves cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they combine the best of both worlds with some Triple-D style takeout. Guy and his son, Hunter, chat via video with four DDD alums who send ingredients to make their most off-the-hook recipes. On this menu, there's a wild West Virginia weenie, a new spin on a burger from Charlotte, N.C., a Miami Asian-barbecue mashup and a righteous baloney sandwich from Atlanta.
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