The motorbike fan takes on the challenge of building the world's fastest soapbox racer in an attempt to set a new speed record using just the pull of gravity and a tarmac road. To get to grips with going blisteringly fast on a public road, Guy tries his hand at street luge with former global champion Helene Schmit, before joining his team of engineers to explore the science of rolling resistance and the importance of tyre pressure. Armed with what they believe to be the perfect formula, they produce a unique soapbox cart inspired by Mother Nature and, after training with the Team GB women's bobsled pair, confidence is high - but are disaster and mayhem just around the corner? Last in the series.
Olympic gold medal-winning athlete Greg Rutherford, Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph, Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe) and footballer-turned-pundit Chris Kamara compete to win thousands of pounds for charity by taking on one of the show's resident trivia experts in a test of their general knowledge. However, they must work as a team to build their prize pot and stay one step ahead of the Chaser. Bradley Walsh asks the questions.
After the excitement of Blackpool Tower Ballroom, the pro-celebrity couples make their way back to the studio - and with Judy and Anton having been voted out last week, the competition will be more tense than ever. But there will be plenty of spinning and sequins as the hopefuls tackle a number of demanding routines in the hope of getting their names at the top of the leaderboard. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present, while Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell are the ones to impress. The results are tomorrow at 7.15pm.
Comedy from the mind of Harry Hill, inspired by viewers' videos. A toy bear is interrogated for information, a little girl's prayers turn into a terrifying threat, Disney princesses conduct body searches and One Direction vandalise a family home. Plus, the Great Susan Boyle Eyebrow Race and tips for keeping a marriage fresh.
Last week, the acts celebrated two of music's biggest legends in Michael Jackson v Queen week, and it was Paul Akister who bit the dust following the sing-off. Now, the remaining acts get into the swing of things for the return of Big Band week. Battling to win praise from the judges and viewers' votes, they'll be hoping to sound better than ever with the support of live musicians, as they take on old classics and give modern pop songs a jazz twist. Dermot O'Leary provides a friendly face on stage as Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B and Louis Walsh give their verdicts.
New series. A fresh batch of famous faces wave goodbye to their lives of luxury and set up camp in the Australian wilderness for up to three weeks, battling bugs and Bushtucker Trials, rations and rain, and heat and hunger, all in the name of entertainment. They are veteran newsreader Michael Buerk, former Fulham footballer Jimmy Bullard, Corrie favourite Craig Charles (Lloyd Mullaney), TOWIE's Gemma Collins, motorbike racing legend Carl Fogarty, model and singer Nadia Forde, 'Allo 'Allo! star Vicki Michelle, rapper Tinchy Stryder, TV presenter Melanie Sykes and reality television's Kendra Wilkinson. This year, the celebrities have been divided into two groups and for the first time ever, the public will decide their fate before they even set foot in the jungle, choosing which group to send to the Celebrity Slammer - a jungle-style jail - where all manner of discomforts await, and where most importantly one of them will face the first Bushtucker Trial. The others will enjoy a final night of luxury. Ant and Dec follow the drama.
Ant and Dec present all the highs and lows from the past 24 hours in the Australian wilderness as the campmates spend another day taking on physically and mentally demanding challenges for the entertainment of the public, as well as getting stuck in with the daily chores. The Geordie duo also announce who will be next to face the Bushtucker Trial.
Ant and Dec present the latest celebrity happenings from the jungle, revealing the tears, tantrums and terror as the famous faces take part in Bushtucker Trials, encounter creepy-crawlies and dream of the lives of luxury they have left behind. It's a few days into the three-week competition and some of the campers will be struggling, but others will be emerging as potential winners, keen to take the crown from reigning champion Kian Egan.
A librarian suffers from a strange condition that causes him to involuntarily move backwards and forwards in time. He marries a woman who was already in love with him after an encounter in his future and her past, but his journeys through history put a strain on their relationship, especially as he learns more about events that have yet to happen. Romantic sci-fi drama based on Audrey Niffenegger's novel, starring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana. Edited for daytime broadcast.Expires today
In 1940, the Luftwaffe launches a campaign of aerial attacks against Britain to gain control of the skies ahead of a planned land invasion. Under the leadership of Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding, the RAF mounts a determined defence over the summer and autumn, despite being heavily outnumbered and forced to match inexperienced pilots against German veterans. Second World War drama, starring Laurence Olivier, Michael Caine, Robert Shaw, Christopher Plummer, Harry Andrews, Trevor Howard and Curt Jurgens.Expires today
Tony Robinson heads to Guernsey and Jersey to tell the story of the islands' surrender to the Nazis during the Second World War. In Guernsey, he hears of the first bombing raid that heralded the German troops' arrival and sees the spot where the first-ever British commando landed in secret, only to see the planned revenge raid fail spectacularly. A ferry then takes him on to Jersey, where he finds almost all of its beaches have a bunker or a machine gun post left over from the conflict.Expires today
Last week, the acts celebrated two of music's biggest legends in Michael Jackson v Queen week, and it was Paul Akister who bit the dust following the sing-off. Now, the remaining acts get into the swing of things for the return of Big Band week. Battling to win praise from the judges and viewers' votes, they'll be hoping to sound better than ever with the support of live musicians, as they take on old classics and give modern pop songs a jazz twist. Dermot O'Leary provides a friendly face on stage as Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B and Louis Walsh give their verdicts.Expires today
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