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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. Gyles Brandreth is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent.

Doug and Carrie are roped into helping out at their church during the holidays: he guards the manger, while she tries to bake a cake.

Doug borrows a baby from Danny to prove to Carrie that they're ready for a family. Arthur thinks he deserves to be a coffee shop's customer of the month.

After she beats him and his friends in a friendly poker game, Doug convinces his mother to try to enter a high-stakes tournament.

Ray and Debra plan to get more time to themselves by encouraging Marie and Frank to make new friends.

Debra pleads with Ray to allow her some time to herself without the family. Marie is suspicious of her daughter-in-law, and Ray ends up spying on her.

Following a run-in with a bull, Robert is in a foul mood. But Debra decides to get to the heart of the matter.

Frasier claims he can always recognise a criminal, until he and Daphne are fooled by a convincing ex-con.

Lilith comes to Seattle after finding a lost letter of reconciliation from Frasier, and tries to rekindle their relationship.

Gordon visits the Beachfront Inn&Inlet, a 'Caribbean-style' resort hotel in Fort Pierce, Florida, where guests are made miserable with dusty rooms, late-night concerts and poor service.

Situated near Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley is one of the largest ski resorts in the United States. CEO Andy Wirth takes up a new identity in order to work incognito among his own employees.

Includes sport and weather.

In Lowestoft, Suffolk, the week begins with feisty host Julia's menu inspired by her native Dominica, and ends with zany musician Paul bidding to triumph with his vegetarian menu.

Kirstie Allsopp visits a luxury Christmas fair in Buckinghamshire, featuring exquisite chocolates, woollens and candles. She also tries her hand at some festive crafts. (S3 Ep2/3)

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

Joe and Emma have decided to sell up in Kent and, with their daughter Gracie, make a permanent move to Spain's Mar Menor. Can Ben Hillman find them that perfect home for£90,000?

Yeoman of the Guards David and his wife Judith have lived in the Tower of London for the past 12 years and are now looking for a quieter pace of life in South Wales. Sara and Kerr help.

The second visit is to Darwin Lake Holiday Village in Matlock - managed by best friends Sally McAnulty and Teresa Shirley - who take pride on their exclusive village feel.

It's the second day of this week's competition in Devon, and Essex geezer Rob is pinning his hopes on an Italian themed menu - and some artful entertainment - to land him the grand.

Three spine-tingling stories: Homer rhymes in a Dr Seuss-style tale, Bart is beheaded in a kite-flying accident and a travelling circus stops in town. (S25 Ep2/22)

Mandy and Luke spend a lovely day in Chester, but something causes Luke to suddenly rush off. Maggie tries to make amends when Scott is discharged from hospital.

Includes sport and weather.

This episode reveals how five-year-olds experiment with different identities. Miylah calls herself a tomgirl but her new friend Zaina offers to teach her about make-up... (S4 Ep3)

This time, the shortlist for the Royal Institute of British Architects House of the Year includes a luxurious tree house and a converted 17th century barn in Devon. (S3 Ep 3/4)

Many Muslim women in the UK don't know that their marriages aren't legally recognised. Channel 4 meets women whose nuptials don't give them the same rights and protections as other couples.

Dark crime drama about a life insurance salesman, husband and father who leads a double life as a hitman in a Mexican criminal organisation. In Spanish/subs.

Canadian singer/songwriter Paul Anka, who wrote hits for Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson, discusses music and performs songs including Diana and My Way. (S2 Ep3/6)

Gordon revisits three restaurants to find out if they have continued to follow his advice. How have Down City, Classic American and Davide fared in his absence?

After taking six years to conceive, Louise and Andy are looking forward to showing their baby off to Andy's worried stepmum Olwen, who's a health care assistant at the hospital. (S10 Ep2)

In the 1980s Donald Trump plunges into the casino business and buys a yacht, an airline and an American football team. But as the decade closes his life starts to unravel. (Ep2/4) [SL]

Tazeen Ahmad investigates the so-called 'dementia tax'. Why do some dementia sufferers have to sell their homes to pay for care, while others gain access to NHS funds? [SL]

How leaked footage of the shocking treatment of prisoners - mostly Aboriginal teenagers - in an Australian juvenile detention centre has sparked outcry and a government inquiry. (Ep8/8)

In Warrington, Phil helps Pauline and Alan Jacks, and Colin Brunold, find house buyers in a town that is a bit of a dark horse in terms of property values. [SL]

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

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