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In Essex, police officers are doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight after a moped chase ends in mayhem. In Knutsford, an officer trying to catch a suspected drug dealer falls on to a live train track sustaining life changing injuries; and an emergency medical technician struggles to get back behind the wheel of her ambulance after a vicious assault.
A first time buyer wants to make a home from a house in Brompton, Kent, while a house in Workington in Cumbria is bought by a team starting out on property developing. Plus two cousins have big plans for a big house and garden in Great Barr, West Midlands. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell tour the properties and meet the new owners embarking on their projects. But will any of them manage to make a profit?
Loan sharks make huge sums from innocent members of the public, and we follow as the England Illegal Money Lending Team target a suspect and raid his home. The money lending team in Wales seize a caravan from a convicted loan shark and sell it at auction, and we see how cannabis officers in the West Midlands are able to seize all the paraphenalia used to grow cannabis and put it to a very different use.
Investigators uncover a senior manager taking a gamble with an NHS credit card, and investigate the cowards targeting vulnerable elderly women for their life savings.
Join Eric Knowles and experts Richard Madley and Stephanie Connell as they go antique hunting in Brackley in Northamptonshire, before heading to Wiltshire for today's auction. Eric also discovers a marvel of Victorian timekeeping that's still running like clockwork.
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The sleepy Welsh mining village of Trefelin is in for a shock. When the local doctor dies, his replacement isn't quite what people expect - Prem Sharma is the Indian doctor who arrives in the Valleys, in this period comedy drama set in 1963. And it's not just the locals who are shocked: Prem's regal wife Kamini isn't too happy with the situation either. Life in the village is centred around the pit, and the Coal Board's local manager Richard Sharpe is keen to welcome the new arrivals - but he also has a few skeletons in his closet. Meanwhile, the doctor strikes up some new friendships and starts to settle into life in the Valleys, but it won't be plain sailing...
The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. Convenience food serves a purpose but if you want something truly delicious it's worth searching out the best ingredients and cooking them to perfection - however long it may take.
Today, Jules Hudson teams up with a couple of keen horticulturalists who have £450,000 to find their ideal country home in the Yorkshire Dales, with the garden a top priority. Making the most of his time in Yorkshire, Jules also tests his own green fingers when he visits RHS Garden Harlow Carr for some top tips from none other than gardening guru Alan Titchmarsh.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers have a £5500 budget to create a dramatic Balinese garden full of greenery, foliage and tropical planting for Peter and Samantha in Cheltenham.
Today in the Repair Shop, three treasured family heirlooms are brought back to life.
The brainy quiz returns for a twenty third series in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Co Host Richard Osman.
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If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live every evening Mon-Fri, Alex Jones and Chris Ramsey bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Panorama hears from whistle-blowers working inside the Government's new coronavirus tracking system. They are so concerned about NHS Test and Trace that they are speaking out to reveal chaos, technical problems, confusion, wasted resources and a system that does not appear to them to be working. The programme also hears from local public health teams who say they've largely been ignored by the government in favour of the private companies hired to run the new centralised tracking system. As Panorama investigates, it has left some local authorities questioning whether local lockdowns could have been handled better or avoided altogether.
Ian's attempt to solve his money issues is ruined Denise is questioning her decision Mick's suspicions rise
After a heavy night partying, Alison and Mike wake to find their house in disarray. With the clock ticking until a potentially crucial business partner comes to view the venue, and with very sore heads, the couple attempt a mass clean up. The ghosts are all acting very strangely, and Alison struggles to piece together the events of the night before to figure out what happened to them, whilst she's tasked with finding something precious to Lady Button before she realises it's missing.
On an unflinching journey to tackle his secret eating disorder of 20 years, Freddie Flintoff meets sufferers and specialists, to challenge the stigma around the condition in men
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This brand new series promises to kick start live stand-up comedy with the hottest new talent on the circuit. Filmed in six different cities across the UK in outdoor locations with socially distanced audiences, this series aims to support grassroots comedy talent in light of the impact Covid-19 has had on the stand-up industry. Kicking-off the series in Bristol, local comedian Jayde Adams plays host to Mo Omar, who shares the pros and cons of being a Somalian refugee in Wales; Newcastle comic, Lauren Pattison who extols the joys of being a Geordie; and 24-year-old rising star, Tom Lucy who picks apart the complications of youth with a raucous Bristolian audience. Jayde gives us an insight into growing up in city and why the dulcet West Country accent is the best in the world.
Wayne and Frankie Bridge join viral star Yung Filly and four teams from Newcastle.
Guest host Richard Ayoade joins Ian Hislop and Paul Merton for the topical news quiz.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.