Headlines about young British people drinking to excess have led to a perception that they have a problem with alcohol. Jeremy Kyle speaks to police and ambulance services who deal with drunken incidents, visits the party hotspot of Magaluf and, back in the UK, uses undercover reporters to find out how easy it is for underage drinkers to get served.
Graham is joined by naturalist and national treasure David Attenborough, sports presenter and former footballer Gary Lineker, Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain and supergroup McBusted, who perform live before squeezing themselves onto the sofa with the rest of the guests for a chat. Plus, more audience members subject themselves to the mercy of the host as they reveal their stories from the much-feared red chair - so they had better be good.
Staff at St George's Hospital tackle one of their most dramatic emergencies when 60-year-old rail worker Alan is airlifted to the helipad after being hit by a high-speed train. A CT scan reveals he has suffered multiple fractures and loss of blood flow to his right arm. Without circulation he will lose the limb, so the medical team tries everything to save it, including complicated surgery. Meanwhile, 95-year-old Betty is brought in after experiencing breathing difficulties at home, and retired engineer James, 63, has a nasty cut to his head and weakness in his arms following a tumble down the stairs.
Bold and charismatic werewolf slave Lucian incites his species to rebel against the vampires who enslaved them. Together with his secret lover - the daughter of vampire king Viktor - Lucian raises an army worthy of taking on their bloodsucking oppressors, beginning a centuries-long conflict. Fantasy horror prequel, starring Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy and Rhona Mitra.
Mick takes a nervous Linda to the police to report Dean's attack, and promises to wait for her while she makes a video statement. But can she find the strength to relive the experience one more time? Back in the Square, Shirley asks her son to tell her exactly what happened that night - and although angry at first, Dean finally gives her his version of events.
The biggest names on the small screen gather at the O2 in London for the annual ceremony celebrating the best of British TV over the past 12 months, as voted for by viewers. Now in its 20th year, the show promises a few surprises, including a cheeky raid by one of the UK's biggest sitcom stars, while host Dermot O'Leary entertains with a dance routine. Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey), Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) and Sheridan Smith (Cilla) battle it out in the Drama Performance category, while star-makers Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini are up against top baker Mary Berry for best TV Judge. Other closely fought contests include Serial Drama Performance, which sees EastEnders' Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright (Mick and Linda Carter) go head to head, with further competition from Verity Rushworth (Emmerdale's Donna) and Nikki Sanderson (Hollyoaks' Maxine Minniver).
Daniel Garvey is found dead in his car and social worker Louise believes he may have been killed by his estranged 16-year-old stepson Kevin, who has just come out of care. The forensic team focuses on the movements of missing girl Lizzie on the night of paedophile Dale Barge's murder, and when Jack and DI Conroy discover her last-known location, they fear what they may find there. Conclusion of another two-part story, starring Emilia Fox, David Caves and Richard Lintern, with Claudie Blakley and Lorraine Burroughs.
New series. Henry VIII is desperate to end his marriage to Katherine of Aragon, but Cardinal Wolsey's efforts to persuade the pope to grant an annulment are fruitless - much to the dismay of Thomas Cromwell, a lawyer dependent on Wolsey's patronage. The king's new mistress is rumoured to be Anne Boleyn, who has sworn vengeance on Wolsey after he refused to let her marry Harry Percy, so Cromwell visits her in the hope of swaying her to the cardinal's side. Historical drama adapted by Peter Straughan from Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, and starring Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis, Claire Foy and Jonathan Pryce.
The host invites guests to air their differences over family and relationship issues, and provides them with his own brand of no-nonsense advice.Expires today
Contestants try to beat the banker and guess the contents of mystery boxes to win a big-money prize. In a game-changing twist, players could now win up to £500,000 by doubling their winnings with box 23 - if they are brave enough to buy it with what they have already won. Presented by Noel Edmonds.Expires today
The work of volunteers treating sick, injured and orphaned animals at a wildlife sanctuary.Expires today
Round-up of national and international news, plus the latest from the money markets.Expires today
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