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Competitors must identify a selection of leafy greens and herbs. The first six contestants to incorrectly name the produce must create their tastiest dish that celebrates greens to avoid elimination.
Captain Captain wants to get Sandy, Seaweed and herself into the Big Book of Pirate World Records and sets the pirates the task of trying to break a record to get their names in the book! However, they struggle to find a pirate world record to break!
Steve Rider presents coverage of the seventh, eighth and ninth races of the campaign from Thruxton. Last time out at Brands Hatch, Josh Cook picked up back-to-back race wins on the Indy circuit and four-time BTCC champion, Colin Turkington, was victorious in the reverse grid race. Early season pacesetter Tom Ingram still tops the drivers' standings, with reigning champion Ash Sutton in third place, just 21 points adrift of Ingram. With reports from Louise Goodman and commentary by David Addison, Tim Harvey, Richard John Neil and Paul O'Neill.
Sean Fletcher is in the stunning setting of Snowdonia, an area celebrating 70 years since its designation as a National Park, to discover how faith has been put into practice by local Christians past and present. He visits the 5th-century coastal church of St Tanwg to hear about the roots of Christianity in Snowdonia and discovers how the arrival of Celtic missionaries in north Wales in the 5th and 6th centuries led to an era of Christian influence that became known as the Age of Saints.
James Lusted visits the Ffestiniog Railway, the oldest independent railway company in the world, to hear about the role the railway has played in the life and slate-mining history of the local community. We also discover the story of an iconic hotel that stands in the shadow of Mount Snowdon and has been pivotal in the history of mountaineering, most significantly in relation to the successful British expedition to be the first in the world to climb Mount Everest in 1953, led by Sir Edmund Hillary. And Sean meets a volunteer with a local conservation charity devoted to balancing the demands of tourism in the Snowdonia National Park.
Journalist and author Fareed Zakaria hosts this in-depth look at the major global developments of the week (the title's ``GPS'' stands for ``Global Public Square''), with an emphasis on new ideas and innovative solutions to the world's toughest problems. Each episode also features Zakaria leading a panel discussion and interviewing a major world figure
Steve Jones presents action from the seventh round of the season, held at Circuit de Monaco in Monte-Carlo. Eventual champion Max Verstappen of Red Bull was victorious here last year, with Ferrari's Carlos Sainz Jr and McLaren's Lando Norris joining him on the podium. Analysis from David Coulthard and Mark Webber.
The 12 queens of the second season of 'Drag Race España' come face to face to settle some pending accounts and talk about their time on the show. A VIP reunion with very special messages, the election of Miss Congeniality and an unexpected catwalk are among many other surprises.
The annual Midsomer Scarecrow Festival takes a grisly turn as bodies begin appearing on poles displayed alongside their straw creations. The investigation reveals rivalries that run deep and shows people will do just about anything to win.
Return after a break of of the documentary following Noel and Sue Radford's supersized family. Eighteen-year-old Millie has a baby of her own, while 25-year-old Chloe is house-hunting with her new boyfriend, and Luke has something really big to tell the family. Sue and Noel face the biggest decision of their lives - will they have another baby or will they decide that 22 is enough?
Anne Lister and Ann Walker's trip to London is blighted by tension. Anne refuses to introduce Ann to her society friends, and simmering resentments on both sides of the relationship boil over when Miss Walker takes Anne to task over her financial borrowing.
Back in Halifax, in the run-up to the Northgate ceremony, Anne is privately dismayed to realise she cannot count on the support of her family and receives terrible news about a friend. The ongoing mission to divide the Walker estate puts the couple under even more strain when Captain Sutherland arrives from Scotland determined to destroy Anne Lister's reputation. Is the marriage strong enough to survive constant attack?
The hunters lie in wait for Katie and Liam at an abandoned ski centre. Sarah misses her children and hopes to see them at their weekly football session on her way to collect camping gear from a colleague. The hunters get a tip-off from a member of the public on the whereabouts of Shoba and Amarinder, and the Chief hatches an elaborate plan to reel them in.
A head-on car accident in Cumbria leaves Nick's life hanging in the balance, East Anglian heli-meds land on a roundabout island to help Craig who has come off his motorbike and smashed headfirst into a signpost. Plus, medics battle extreme weather conditions to reach a man trapped under his JCB digger.
Stunning 'blow apart' CGI animation and the latest archaeological investigations reveal how the most iconic buildings of the ancient worlds were built, stone by stone.
This week, we're in Marbella, Spain's most exclusive coastal town. Once a small fishing village, in the 1950s it transformed into an exclusive haven for Hollywood A-listers such Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, and today it's a place where billionaires hang out alongside global superstars. We visit the Puente Romano Beach Resort, with its luxury hotel within a hotel the exclusive Nobu Hotel and restaurant, and find out what goes into maintaining its very best suites. One of the select few chefs in the world with three Michelin stars, Dani Garcia, reveals what's needed when the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo book a table. Property developer Paul Bramley shows us around his latest multi-million-euro property, which along with two pools, a spa and a cinema room also has an exclusive golf course at the end of the garden. And former Le Mans driver turned high-end car dealer Jan Struve shows us the latest limited edition supercars he's stocking for his super rich clientele. We meet Spanish film and TV superstar Maria Bravo, a Marbella native, as she prepares for her exclusive annual charity fundraiser, attended by the likes of Eva Longeria and Antonio Banderas. But it's not all work for Maria, as she relaxes with a gold leaf spa treatment. And we hear how Marbella has rebuilt its highend reputation after seeing it decline in the 1980s and 1990s with package holidays and an influx of criminals on the run.
Two winners from the heats go head-to-head for a place in the final. The challenge this time is to create an ingenious chain reaction machine that allows Richard to cook sausages in the kitchen, without leaving his desk in the study. Zach Umperovitch is the expert judge and Shini Somara fills in the science behind the teams' eccentric contraptions.
Gilligan's shirt, Fonzie's jacket, and Jeannie's harem costume may be the capstone in this finely curated classic TV collection, along with Stewart's favorite comedian, Jackie Gleason, and his comedy classic, "The Honeymooners."
LaQuinta Smith, a loving mother and friend, is found dead after a house fire. The scene suggests suicide, but when a tip comes in about a possible confession letter in the coffin, investigators need an exhumation to uncover the true killer.
After learning that Percival is exploiting his new work crew, Archie and Tabitha devise a plan to help protect the workers and get them out from under Percival's control. Meanwhile, Jughead finds himself with a target on his back after Percival catches wind of a scheme he and Veronica hatched against Reggie. Finally, Betty receives some unexpected news about a dark moment from her past, and Toni and Fangs find themselves at a crossroads.
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