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Lincolnshire landowner Robert Elwes, his archaeologist wife Marina and daughter Emily, swap homes, budgets and lives with Yorkshire family Siobhan and Andy Leckenby and their children Kacey-Leigh, Oscar and Poppy.
When a celebration starts to sour, tempers flare and someone vanishes; days later, a body is discovered in an unsavory part of a Northern California town; after the case goes cold, it takes an unexpected plea to finally catch a killer.
State of N.Y. – New York City is the hot spot for the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., which scientists say still has not peaked. Will its hospitals be able to handle the onslaught of cases? Scott Pelley reports.
Brené Brown – This researcher and best-selling author teaches people how to handle feelings of vulnerability and shame. Bill Whitaker profiles Professor Brown, whose message is now helping people cope with the pandemic.
The African Basketball Trail – The novel coronavirus has led to the suspension of the college basketball tournament and the NBA, symbols of glory and success often used to entice young African teenagers to come to the U.S. to play. One example, 7'6" Celtics player Tacko Fall, came here when he was just 16. Jon Wertheim reports on shadowy operatives and fly-by-night schools whose schemes lead to broken dreams and financial loss for the majority of the teens.
Ali is hopeful when she's told that she's a candidate for a new drug trial to help with her cancer treatment. But when the God Account suggests that Miles helps Kylie, the daughter of the hospital administrator in charge of the drug trial, Tammy, he's reluctant to get involved for fear of hurting Ali's chances of being accepted.
Church co-pastors and brothers Matt, a firefighter, and Nick, a high school teacher and football coach from Aubrey, Texas, work tirelessly to feed their community using their church food pantry to feed over 75 families a week. With the all new Superdrop and Millions of dollars just a drop away, there is no stopping where these Texas boys will go.
VICE's team gained unique access at Camp al-Hol in Northeastern Syria, where tens of thousands of women and children who once lived under ISIS are currently being held. Correspondent Hind Hassan investigates how a power vacuum has left brigades of radicalized ISIS women revolting against Kurdish security personnel, fighting for a resurgence of the terror group in the region. The debut episode will also give an inside look at the hidden arena of cell phone hacking, as correspondent Krishna Andavolu investigates how young video-gamers-turned-criminals are devastating their victims' lives, stealing millions of dollars through an underground practice known as SIM swapping.
When Booker becomes responsible for choosing who will represent the class at the district poetry slam, Nia thinks she has a guaranteed spot on the team. Meanwhile, Raven and Chelsea start a DIY renovation on their new business space.
Idol hopefuls soak up the sun as they sing to impress the judges with their artistry in a concert on the beach before awaiting their Final Judgement for a spot in the coveted Top 20 and the chance to compete for America's vote. Don't miss spectacular performances leaving the judges with difficult decisions, shocking results and an unexpected tropical rainstorm!
Melee is likely the most original type of close combat, but over time, armies have developed more effective close combat weapons. In this episode, experts test the physical and psychological impact of the three most important melee developments of our time. The Roman short sword and the medieval war hammer cause severe damage, while bayonets rely on the deterrent effect - but an exoskeleton gives superpowers to the soldiers of the future.
A young writer's research prompts the police to revisit a famous murder case that convicted Amy's colleague at Elmstead, so Travis & Amy get a second chance at clearing the professor's name.
While Sam investigates the murder of an Iranian exile working to overthrow the current regime, he must also try to save Agent Roundtree, a new agent who's having an unexpectedly adventurous first day on the job, when he accidently triggers a bomb. Also, Nell makes a decision about her future.
Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman conjure up cakes filled with special effects to celebrate the fantasy and fun of Medieval Times' 30th anniversary. Sword fighting, jousts and royal pageantry inspire them to make two of their most ambitious cakes yet.
Republican General Dwight D. Eisenhower and Democrat Adlai Stevenson are persuaded to run for the White House, but as the gloves come off, this becomes a fierce battle for hearts and minds.
Jim Turano has attended over 193 Elton John concerts is building an unrivaled collection of memorabilia, including a costume jacket (with matching glasses) worn by Elton onstage; Lisa's bringing David Ashdown to appraise Jim's collection.
The six-part series concludes with a look at the lives of Prince William, Prince Harry and the future of the crown. With the marriages of Prince William to Kate Middleton and Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, a new generation reenergizes the royal brand, but in the modern media age, the pressures of being a royal are more intense than ever.
The women call on an unexpected ally to help Max seek revenge. But when their plans go awry, Ruby's life is put in jeopardy. Meanwhile, a directionless Annie tries to find her purpose in life as Stan discovers his side hustle isn't what it seems.
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