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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. John Inverdale is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.

Carla tells everyone that the football table is possessed. Sam raises the stakes in his feud with restaurant owner John Hill by trying to date his daughter. (S9 Ep13/25)

Robin proposes to Rebecca and wants to marry her on his release from jail, but she gets cold feet. Frasier is hooked on the new karaoke machine. (S9 Ep14/25)

Molly becomes jealous when Mike introduces her as his 'friend' to Jill, a woman who is clearly enjoying flirting with him. (S1 Ep9)

When Mike's mother Peggy buys Molly a new hat as a gesture of goodwill, Molly feels obliged to invite her to spend Thanksgiving with her family. (S1 Ep10)

Sheldon's well-organised world is turned upside down when he learns that the barber who has cut his hair for years is ill in hospital. (S5 Ep18/24)

Amy is upset when Sheldon breaks his promise to attend her aunt's birthday party in order to join the guys for a video game marathon. (S5 Ep19/24)

Frasier buys an expensive chess set and challenges his dad to a game. Martin wins easily, again and again...

Crane vs. Crane: Niles and Frasier take opposing sides in a court battle over the competency of eccentric millionaire Harlow Stafford.

Frasier sets his sights on an attractive policewoman who, unbeknown to him, has a crush on his father.

Cardiff. The first host, dog-loving shop manager Nicola, serves up prawn cocktail and meat-free lasagne, as well as some doggy surprises and unusual entertainment. (Ep1/5)

Cardiff. King of the name-droppers Jerry Lockett holds his night at his cousin's mansion. He serves up dollops of food with a huge side order of celebrity. (Ep2/5)

Cardiff. Extremely competitive army wife Rachael Smith hosts on night three in Cardiff. She isn't used to losing, and things might get ugly if she doesn't win the prize! (Ep3/5)

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Cardiff. Flamboyant costume designer Sam hosts a Mexican-themed night that is full of sizzle and spice. But two of the guests fight, and a game leaves everyone crying. (Ep4/5)

Cardiff. Childminder Andrea Grainger plans a warm welcome, a traditional Welsh menu and some fun and games on the last night in Cardiff. (Ep5/5)

How do two expats cope when large rodents visit their gîte complex in France? And an ex-policeman and his husband take over a failing hotel in Spain. (S4 Ep31)

Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. Naga Munchetty is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.

Sarah and Adam from Sussex are looking for a holiday home in the beautiful Spanish coastal town of Mojacar, although they've never been there before. Jean Johansson shows them five places.

In Almería, Sharon and Steve have plenty of options for Liz and Darryl's 400,000-euro budget. In Alicante, Linda and Charlotte help Jackie, whose husband recently passed away. (S3 Ep3)

The first visit of the week is to The Buck Inn, in Malham in Yorkshire, run by Karen and Kathryn Souter. But there are pillow problems and, at breakfast, chef Karen is put to the test.

Midlands. The first host, dog-lover Becci, hopes to be crowned top dog as she serves up posh Cornish cuisine, accompanied by curious canine conversations. (Ep1/5)

Sideshow Bob tells the story of how Lisa became Krusty the Clown's latest replacement. Homer and Bart go in search of a rare coin.

An emotional Nancy makes a moving speech at Kyle's wake. Scott returns to the village and is heartbroken to hear about his friend. Darren opens up to Mandy. And Warren surprises Felix.

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This episode meets one of the last pony-farming families on Dartmoor. Two adventurers climb Black Church Rock. And ex-miners celebrate their shared Cornish heritage in song. (S1 Ep2)

An intimate look at West Midlands Ambulance Service during the peak of Covid-19, in one of the UK's worst-hit areas, as staff deal with the human cost. (Ep1)

...the Door: Thames Valley Police investigate when 64-year-old Hang Yin Leung dies after six men ransacked her home. It's one of the most difficult homicides they've ever dealt with.

Sammy, who's 16, has anorexia. She's in paediatrics with dangerously low blood pressure. Carpenter Ray, who's 66, fell onto concrete while working on a building site. (S21 Ep4)

Gordon Ramsay visits Mexican restaurant Mama Rita's in Newbury Park, southern California, to try to bring new ideas to the business.

In Hull, image-conscious Jay and Heather go all-out American. Thrifty Mike and Stef serve a school dinner throwback. And is Steve and Stephanie's fine dining fare a little too fancy?

The three best teams from each heat join forces to face new rivals and more challenges. They make kouign-amann and soaked babas, before creating a skin-crawling sugar showpiece. (S3 Ep7) [SL]

...Carry On: Kirstie Allsopp makes a cool light box, a beautiful spring garland and a fun painted pebble game. (Ep7)

...Factory of Curious Craft: Keith Lemon hosts as skilled amateur crafters make animal headdresses and a 'catropolis' for Katherine Ryan. Whose kitty creation will she take home? (Ep2) [SL]

Alice is a big fan of the small house movement. On a sloping site facing the Southern Ocean, she's creating a petite 40-square-metre pod. (S8 Ep5)

Nick Hewer and Rachel Riley host as contestants race against the clock to pit their wits against vowels, consonants and numbers. John Inverdale is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.