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Davina McCall returns with the quiz in which contestants start off with £100,000 and must avoid wrong answers or bundles of their cash will fall through trapdoors. The first edition features Cambridge friends Cat and Oli, and Glasgow couple Jo and David.
How does Clinton Kelly throw a summer party? With a margarita bar and homemade sauce pairings! Speaking of summer, Richard Blais is inviting us to his backyard BBQ, where he's making four different recipes on the grill — including Chicken Tandoori Skewers and Grilled Rosemary Potatoes. Then, he's in the studio answering your biggest BBQ questions. Alan Alda is also in the house with *deep* rapid-fire questions for Rach. And she's making chili burgers with BBQ coleslaw for dinner!
Liz finds some worrying information about Jan, and Nick goes to the police with a photo, which he claims proves he was nowhere near the factory at the time of the roof collapse. When Gary calls in to Rick's office, he is rattled to find his daughter, Kelly.
Eileen confronts Jan, Sarah confides in Adam about Nick's alibi, and when Kelly tracks Gary down, he drops the bombshell that her dad was actually a loan shark. With the cafe deemed unsafe due to electrical problems, Peter and Carla move into No 1, and Roy moves into No 9 with Tyrone.
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell help more people to reunite with long-lost relatives. Alice Jones was brought up by her father, but on a visit to her mother more than 50 years ago she met her younger brother called Sam and has always hoped that one day she would see him again. Mark Ratcliffe grew up in Lancashire and at the age of 12 his parents told him he was adopted and the revelation devastated him. Ever since, he cannot shake the question of how a mother could give up her child and is now looking for answers.
A team from ITV's Exposure strand gathers evidence of the Chinese government's work with technology companies, revealing a new form of governance that is controlling citizens and being exported around the world, challenging human freedom and liberal democracy. The film follows the victims of this new system and those who have been detained and worked inside a huge network of detention camps.
When Levi makes a documentary to see how a person's style influences people's perception of them, he has Nia, Tess and Booker change up their style of dress which leads to surprising results.
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