The number of an already dying man comes up, and Reese leaves the team behind in the aftermath of the war with the crime organisation. Meanwhile, flashbacks to Finch's adolescence provide an insight into his creation of The Machine. Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson star.
TV presenters Rylan Clark and Andy Akinwolere, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, choreographer Arlene Phillips and one-time Coronation Street actor Craig Gazey (Graeme Proctor) compete in the third heat of the culinary competition. Their first test is to invent a dish in just 50 minutes from ingredients including calves liver, mackerel, blackberries and ginger biscuits, before splitting into two groups for a lunchtime restaurant challenge. It's then back to the studio to come up with one last meal before Gregg Wallace and John Torode decide who will be hanging up his or her apron.
Behind the scenes with the staff at Royal Derby Hospital. Hospital maintenance men Martin and John reveal how they also double up as the fire-and-rescue team, A&E consultant Susie deals with a man with a life-threatening haemorrhage, before diagnosing a two-year-old's seizures. Surgeon Arthur creates a relaxed atmosphere in his theatre with the help of a few Motown songs, housekeepers Sarah and Collette keep up spirits on the elderly ward and a new patient arrives in the Macmillan unit, having just been diagnosed with a tumour in his lung.
The final visit to the rural African tribe living in southern Ethiopia. Ayke Muko's fun-loving nephew Berkee returns to the village after six months looking after the family herd. Keen to better himself and make more money for his family, he registers at school - but with his widowed father struggling and his sister in poor health, he faces a difficult decision. Meanwhile, young Bodo is running a fever, forcing his father Arrada to choose between traditional remedies and modern medicine. Last in the series.
Kevin travels to Central America to meet British family-of-five the Atkinsons, who have quit London to live a simpler existence in the rainforests of Belize. As he attempts to understand their motivations for the move, he suffers from the heat, is attacked by swarms of biting insects and shares his mud hut with a large scorpion, but begins to appreciate the rewards of a simple jungle life, one in which they've constructed a two-storey building entirely from recycled rubbish.
Sue Barker introduces today's coverage from the All England Club, where the players take to the courts on day three of the tournament, as the second-round matches in the men's and ladies' singles get under way. Serena Williams v Timea Babos is among the contests scheduled to take place today, and top seed Williams is still in the running to win a Calendar Year Grand Slam since Steffi Graff in 1988, having already won the Australian and French Opens. However, Williams will be taking nothing for granted against Babos, having suffered shock defeats here in 2013 and 2014. The commentary team includes Andrew Castle, Tracy Austin, Jonathan Overend, and former British stars Anne Keothavong, Tim Henman, Jo Durie and Mark Petchey.
Business support manager Jo-Anna hosts the second dinner party in Derby, and hopes to wow her guests with a glitz and glam evening - complete with ball gowns and poetry. However, David is hoping for a more lively night - and his antics do not impress fellow contestant Dale.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the opening day's play at the All England Club, as this year's championships get under way in the men's and ladies' singles, with Serena Williams v Margarita Gasparyan among the matches scheduled to take place. The third Grand Slam event of the year on the hallowed grass courts is always one of the highlights of the sporting calendar, and the players this year have enjoyed an extra week of preparation as the tournament has been moved to incorporate a longer gap between it and the French Open. Despite the extra week, the seeded players may still be at risk of upsets as they acclimatise to the conditions after playing on clay for so long, although there were relatively few shocks on the opening day last year. The highlight of which was undoubtedly the sight of Andy Murray coming out first on Centre Court to begin the defence of his men's singles title, and the British number one enjoyed a comfortable straight-sets victory against Belgium's David Goffin. Eventual champion Novak Djokovic was also in action on the same court and breezed through against Andrey Golubev, while out on Court Three, Petra Kvitova began a campaign that would lead to the Czech star winning her second Wimbledon crown. The only seeds to exit were all outside the top 16, but notable scalps included Samantha Stosur, Fernando Verdasco and Sloane Stephens. The commentary team this year includes a number of former champions, including Pat Cash, Lindsay Davenport, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova and Virginia Wade, with former runner-up Andy Roddick joining the team for the first time.
David Dimbleby chairs the political debate from Southampton, as a panel of guests faces topical questions from the audience.Expires today
The adventurer and all-round action man looks back on his life, and a career that has seen him perform all manner of extreme survival challenges, including drinking his own urine, eating a goat's testicles and sleeping inside a dead camel. Grylls talks candidly about his upset at being sent to boarding school at a young age and his time spent serving in the SAS, and tells of his climb to the summit of Mount Everest aged just 23. He also discusses a parachuting incident in 1996 that came close to leaving him paralysed and his career ruined, and takes the opportunity to address allegations of fakery that have followed him throughout his career in television.Expires today
Rylan Clark presents the BB companion show, including celebrity fans' thoughts on the latest developments in the run-up to tomorrow's eviction, behind-the-scenes insights and the usual mixture of features and gossip.Expires today
A 17th-century mercenary renounces violence after an encounter with a demon convinces him he is going to Hell. However, when a girl is captured by an evil sorcerer, he takes up arms once more, using his fighting skills to slay the forces of evil and redeem himself for his past sins. Period fantasy thriller, starring James Purefoy, Max Von Sydow and Pete Postlethwaite.Expires today
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