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Daphne Oz is back in the kitchen with Rachael, and she's cooking up a steak with a walnut-pesto twist. (Yum!) Then, we've got social media influencers sharing their top money-saving tips. Plus, Rach is making ramen bowls!
The legendary Basil Brush puts on a show for the Crackerjack audience, while social media star Yammy creates a very special ‘Crackersode'. Plus music from Scouting For Girls, an astounding foot-juggling act and hilarious games including Splatterjack and Double or Drop.
Geoff returns home and rails at Yasmeen for failing to have his dinner on the table, and when she explains she was cleaning out the chicken coop and lost track of time, his mood darkens. Sally invites Kevin round for dinner with Abi before heading off to Sarah's hen night and leaving them to sort out their differences, and Tracy urges Steve to up their offer on the house in the hope that it'll top Peter's bid.
Paul Middleton, aka Piglet, and the team attempt to finish the restoration of a 9F locomotive that has taken more than 50 years, and also bring the monster King Edward IV engine to the branch line for its gala. It cost a small fortune to transport there, and Piglet doesn't know if the huge engine will fit on the small branch line. Plus, the programme meets Beth, the railway's first female loco driver, and follows Gill and Sammie on the Pullman dining train for their last afternoon tea service of the season.
The first quarter-final sees the six talented heat winners return to fight for a place in Knockout Week. Facing the Critic's Test, the week's best-performing amateurs take on an intimidating task, cooking to a brief set by top food critic Jay Rayner, who asks them to produce an exceptional dish incorporating stuffing.
The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week. The programme captures their instant reactions and lively discussions from the comfort of their own homes.
Amy Childs is all over her next date Jamie, while Dean Gaffney heads off to a prison-themed date, which ends with a dramatic escape. Lockie catches up with Pete Wicks to get some solid advice from the `salty pirate".
Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by brother-and-sister duo Daisy May and Charlie Cooper for a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days. As usual, the hashtag #isitok paves the way for the gang to round up, examine and explain the leading and most entertaining news stories of the week.
Providing order on the border, Soft Border Patrol are back walking the line where the UK meets the EU. Under the direction of chief executive Lisa McCoy, the brand new complaints and compensation department ensures the public are being heard. Niall Sweeney is back with new technological advances, and the coast patrol have their work cut out with the sea border.
With Brexit over the line, Lisa meets with her political neighbours, as an Irish politician arrives from Dublin. Niall's new in car technology throws up a few surprises, and football legend Jackie Fullerton has some advice for the patrollers.
Churchgoing mom shot at point-blank range in her garage; saving her would take a miracle and investigators want to know if this crime was random or if someone wanted her dead.
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