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Janette Manrara dishes up more backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the world of Strictly. Plus a chat with one of the couples as they gear up for the semi-finals and two dances.
Sheffield-born Labour peer Lord David Blunkett takes on soprano superstar Lesley Garrett CBE across Yorkshire in a 1966 Volvo Amazon estate, joined by experts Natasha Raskin Sharp and Margie Cooper.
The final of the competition to find the UK's most talented portrait artist, with the programme's presenter Joan Bakewell sitting for the three contenders hoing to win the £10,000 commission to paint a portrait of conservationist Jane Goodall.
It's finals week on MasterChef: The Professionals, and only the strongest four chefs remain. The pressure is on as they take on two tasks requiring skills of the highest order, and the race for the title reaches fever pitch.
First up, the stage is set for one of the most prestigious events in Britain's culinary calendar - Chef's Table. The setting this year is the legendary Midland Grand Dining Room within the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London's King's Cross. For the final four, it's a unique chance to prove their talent to 24 of the most respected chefs in the industry, who share an incredible 22 Michelin stars between them. Guests include Lisa Goodwin-Allen (Northcote 1*), Daniel Clifford (Midsummer House 2*), Gareth Ward (Ynyshir 2*), Matt Abé (Restaurant Gordon Ramsay 3*) and much-loved MasterChef judges, chefs Anna Haugh and Poppy O' Toole.
Cooking for these culinary giants is a huge honour, and the chefs have four hours to prepare one course each for this spectacular dinner. The pressure is on to execute every single element to perfection and send 22 identical, exquisitely presented plates out to the guests.
Next, the four finalists will head back to the MasterChef kitchen as they face one of the most important cook-offs in the competition for a place in the final three. Emotions will run high as Monica, Gregg and Marcus ask them to cook one dish inspired by the place they consider home. As well as stirring passion, the dish must be packed with exceptional cooking prowess that wows the judges. Who can lead the pack in a room already filled with incredible talent?
At the end of this challenge, the judges have the unenviable task of ending the road for one hopeful, as the other three chefs come within touching distance of the MasterChef: The Professionals trophy.
The farm is in lockdown and police search teams swarm over the property, as the Bains are rocked by Azir's revelation. Believing the identity of the killer lies in the reason why Ellen left Shetland, Tosh and Calder arrest Bobby Bain. An explosive interrogation does nothing to dampen Calder's suspicions.
Back at the farm, physical evidence of Ellen turns the spotlight on another member of her family, as the police continue to piece together her final movements.
As the Bains begin to unravel, Grace remains defiant, but her silence only serves to confirm the existence of a secret at the heart of this family. Piecing together all that they have learnt so far, Tosh and Calder move ever closer to an answer beyond what either of them could have imagined.
Following the winner as they complete a £10,000 commission to paint conservationist Jane Goodall, which is then unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery.
Kevin McCloud returns to West Sussex to meet with Olaf and Fritha who, in 2019, set out to build their own oasis on a piece of land that is boxed in by a railway line and an A-road. Due to an underground mains sewer, they were unable to build on half their plot and were left with a small triangle on which to build a three-bedroom house. They began with only £190,000 and were immediately surprised at the price of the sturdy retaining walls and foundations they needed to combat traffic vibrations and the sharp, pointed angles of the hand-built timber frame stretched Olaf to his limits. Kevin returns to see how life has gone for the pair and their new young daughter Lagertha in their triangular house.
The Shepherd household is buzzing as it's Nelly's photo shoot for her first solo designer range, but problems with the team leave the job hanging in the balance.
Highlights of the midweek Premier League games, including Manchester United against Chelsea at Old Trafford and Manchester City's trip to Aston Villa.
Elsewhere, newly promoted Sheffield United and Luton Town hosted Liverpool and Arsenal.
Ben leaps back to 1692 -- the farthest he's ever been -- where he finds himself on trial for practicing witchcraft. With limited records online, the team must race to save him before he's put to death.
The Masked Singer is with the band! Tonight, the show celebrates Rock 'n' Roll as the Group B finalists rock out to legendary songs from bands like Kiss, Jon Bon Jovi and Mr. Big. The Masked Singer's very own Banana from Season 3 and legendary Poison front man, Bret Michaels, gives a special performance. Two celebrities will be unmasked leaving only one to move on to the season finale.
A rigorous and exhausting challenge sees one contender give their blood, sweat and tears for the win; an intense night out finds a contender in the firing line after another reaches their boiling point.
A couple's home is filled with unfinished projects, and with two small kids, they have zero time for their to-do list. Jasmine is called on to tackle their uncompleted renovation, all while finding a balance between their industrial and boho styles.
Josh chases the treasure of the infamous Spanish pirate Amaro Pargo; an exhaustive hunt of Pargo's stomping grounds in the Canary Islands leads Josh beneath an active volcano to dive for the pirate's hoard.
The top 3 students at Guy Fieri's Flavortown Academy have made it to the senior finals, where all the culinary lessons "professors" Jet Tila and Antonia Lofaso have taught them will be tested. They'll make an upscale entrée using ingredients determined by a roll of the dice. The two most successful students will move on to the final culinary exam, where they will serve up an impressive graduation dinner. The last student standing will receive the Supermarket Cum Laude diploma and the $35,000 Graduation Prize.
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