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A large ground-floor flat in Thornton Heath complete with a front and back garden, a former restaurant in Maidstone in Kent and a terraced house in Liverpool that has not been touched for around 50 years are all sold under the hammer. Plans range from adding an extra bedroom and a new kitchen and bathroom to creating seven self-contained flats.
At Felixstowe docks in Suffolk, enforcement agents are on the hunt for counterfeit and dangerous goods, stopping them entering the country. They also chase down a gang that has been bullying elderly people into having unnecessary building work done on their home, including one pensioner who paid out over £300,00 - almost his entire life savings - for work that should have cost around £30,000. And they hunt down a gang who callously dumped tons of illegal waste next to a motorway in Hampshire.
Stories of near misses when life hangs in the balance, presented by Nick Knowles. Today, a dad of five collapses at a trampoline park, and CCTV captures the centre's staff fighting to safe his life. A paraglider, filming as he flies, gets into trouble and loses height rapidly. He attempts to land on a road but doesn't make it.
Today's reds and blues are Bargain Hunting in Lewes town centre with the help of experts Danny Sebastian and John Cameron. But will profits reign when they go to auction in Billingshurst? Presenter Charlie Ross commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day with a visit to the D-Day Story in Portsmouth.
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Can players avoid giving Impossible answers and stay in the running for a £10,000 jackpot?
Featuring a vegan skincare range, a device for luggage and a coat for drying wet dogs.
Sonali Shah heads to the top-ranking town of Woodbridge, Suffolk to help her buyers channel their get-up-and-go instinct and move away from their quiet hamlet life outside the city of Chester. They can spend up to £500,000 on a Suffolk town house which delivers on style and kerb appeal. Along the way, sailing on the River Deben, exploring Woodbridge's colourful historic streets and a trip to its first-rate cinema paint the perfect picture of an attractive town with star quality - but will the search unlock the chance to buy their perfect home?
Jay Blades is rummaging through the rubbish at Walsall Recycling Centre, where he is on the lookout for three unwanted items he can save from the skip. Jay calls on designer Sarah Peterson to give a pair of chairs a modern twist, while carpenter Bruce Faulseit is tasked with repurposing a collection of metal racks and drawers. For his own project, Jay has a school desk to contend with, but will he succeed in giving all three cast-offs a new lease of life?
Items for sale include a credenza, an industrial theodolite and some dairy artefacts.
The quiz 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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Summer 2019, before Covid-19 restrictions, first-time hoteliers Clare and Javed spent £5 million opening Southend's 'first luxury boutique hotel'. With some of the most expensive rooms along the coast, it counts the likes of Tyson Fury and Rod Stewart amongst its guests. As the biggest weekend of the year approaches, can the Seven Hotel pull off their first successful bank holiday? Fully booked, short on staff and with a heatwave looming, temperatures are rising in this family-run operation. But will the staycationers love it or loathe it?
The team restore a teapot with an extraordinary wartime story.
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The Rap Game UK is back. Six artists from across the UK travel to Birmingham to compete against each other for the chance to sign a record deal. Straight after meeting one another, the artists perform for the first time in front of rap legends Krept, Konan and DJ Target. In an a capella performance, the artists must show why they are unique - but not all rise to the challenge. Later, after being blown away by the luxury penthouse in which they will live and work for the duration of the process, the artists discover their next challenge - to write about a powerful moment that shaped their life. Special guest Rapman watches and critiques before the artists discover their first week's rankings, but not all are happy with the result.
FOS and Ransom travel to Liverpool to find out if Scouse Rap is next to blow.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.