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Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Richard Madeley joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner.

Sam's reputation as a ladies' man takes a battering when a journalist comes to the bar to report on Boston's singles scene and is irked by his smugness. (S3 Ep19/25)

Carla's ex-husband Nick has been thrown out by his new wife Loretta. He comes grovelling back to the bar, promising to devote himself to Carla. (S3 Ep20/25)

After Carrie moves into the flat in Manhattan, Doug struggles to keep the house in order. Doug's parents encourage the estranged couple to try marriage guidance counselling.

China Syndrome (Part 1/2): Arthur's wedding day doesn't go according to plan, and Doug is down in the dumps about his marriage, but then Carrie hears from the adoption agency.

Ray and Debra have wildly differing opinions on how to react to the news that Ally has been bullying another child on the school bus.

When Ray agrees to go back to church, he soon discovers why Frank is happy to attend every week.

When Frasier and Niles throw a singles' party, they are both attracted to the same woman, but it's Roz who steals the show.

Frasier tries to hook up with an attractive lady, but there are obstacles - a broken watch, car troubles and Martin's invitation to Chimps on Ice.

Gordon Ramsay travels to Fremont, California, to try to save the struggling Spin a Yarn. Despite its expensive refurbishment, the restaurant is still tearing apart its owners' marriage.

In Yorkshire, Richard throws a Britney Spears party, Jo promises restaurant-quality food - and dishes out criticism - Anthony serves traditional fare and Christie does Middle Eastern.

Steph McGovern presents the new daily programme live from her living room with the latest information to help us navigate these unique times and special guests Sophie Willan and Les Dennis.

In Kent, brothers Charlie and Patrick consider a pair of very unusual antique clocks, while in London, a rare watch could be worth a small fortune.

Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Al Murray joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner.

Hilary and Alan from Liverpool have been dreaming about relocating to Spain. Now they're hoping Jasmine Harman can find them their perfect home in the popular region of Alicante.

Phillip and Janet rush to finish the bridal suite for daughter Penny's wedding, Mariam and Johnno prepare to host seven guests, and Emma and Paul complete their themed bedroom. (S4 Ep12)

The second visit of the week is to The Piebald Inn in Hunmanby, North Yorkshire, run by John Allan and Leslie Moore. Will the guests' mixed reviews and feedback leave a bitter taste?

...Carry On: Jamie Oliver shows us some recipes, tips and hacks for the unique times we're living in, including chocolate cake, squash and spinach pasta rotolo and chicken wings. (Ep12)

Homer discovers that a Japanese dishwashing powder company is using his face as its logo. Marge dishes out advice to the church's parishioners.

Scott is surprised when Walter asks him for help. Liberty wonders where her future lies. Sid is looking forward to some alone time with Juliet, but she has other ideas...

Channel 4's flagship news programme. Including the weather.

...Off for Stand Up To Cancer: The celeb bakers tackle a signature sandwich biscuit, a sweet bread-based technical and a cake showstopper revealing their favourite guilty pleasure! (S3 Ep5)

For 33-year-old Nina, appearances are everything. She invites five potential suitors into her immaculate flat, as she looks for a guy who won't be out of place in her beloved des res. (Ep5)

On the box this week: Jamie Oliver's Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On; Celebrity Murder Mystery; The Andrew Marr Show with Joe Wicks; and This Morning with dog yoga. (S15 Ep7)

Dad's obsessed with retrieving a plastic bag from a tree. Jonny's sense of style is out of this world. And Adam discovers hell hath no fury like his Mum scorned... (S6 Ep2)

A sports-obsessed mother who believes competition is the best way to push her children to succeed swaps lives with an emotionally sensitive, laid-back hippy wife. (S1 Ep6)

Putin returns to power under a storm after a four-year absence. His attempts to improve his popularity are hobbled by accusations of corruption. (Ep3/3) [SL]

Violent sci-fi. Four soldiers are on a perilous mission after alien species colonise areas of the Middle East. With Johnny Harris and Sam Keeley. Strong language/violence/drugs/sex. [SL]

In Cumbria, Sarka and Paul's massive Czech portions defeat almost all of their guests and there's a musical extravaganza, plus a menu that takes a tour of Europe.

Kirstie Allsopp revisits two sets of house-hunters who were searching along the Norfolk coastline and the English Riviera. There have been huge changes in their homes - and their lives.

Experimental northerner Scott and bestselling cookbook author Clodagh McKenna compete to create their version of a chicken pie. Whose dish do the Food Jury prefer? (Ep3)

Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Al Murray joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner.