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A young SpongeBob is determined to catch his first jellyfish and his friends do whatever they can to help him.
RuPaul's search for the UK's next Drag Race superstar continues. This week, the queens face one of their toughest challenge yet, as they are asked to write and perform their own comedy stand-up routines. Comedy legend Dawn French joins Michelle Visage and Alan Carr on the judging panel as another queen takes her leave.
A 1970 Excalibur Roadstar, once owned by Roy Orbison, arrives at Thornton le Dale. Styled on the classic Mercedes SSK, it's a repli-car with a huge pedigree and even bigger 5.7 litre V8. Dexter the dog, a pedigree in his own right, needs a bigger sidecar and a 900cc Triumph Thunderbird with a matching top of the range custom built wide-bodied sidecar fits the bill. And Derek heads to County Durham to collect a 1935 Austin 7 Ulster that's been completely rebuilt.
Tracey and Jake have a decent-sized, south-facing garden in West Sussex, but the space simply doesn't work for their family. As a full time wheelchair user, Tracey struggles to navigate the tricky slopes and awkward drops of the garden and gets frustrated that she can only venture into certain parts without assistance. Jake, meanwhile, finds the space uninspiring and gets tired of trying to keep it all looking neat and tidy. He dreams of a low maintenance solution. Their daughter Poppy would love the garden to be somewhere she can escape into and enjoy alone or with her parents.
Fresh from the Government's budget announcements, Martin takes a look at what it all means for family finances. There's also his up to the minute News You Can use - as well as the latest information on savings and your consumer rights.
Piers chats to actor and director Rupert Everett, who reflects on the caustic comments he has made about several co-stars, including Madonna and Julia Roberts. He also talks about the promiscuous life he led in the 1970s and 1980s, the impact of the HIV/Aids crisis, and discusses his romantic relationships with women, including TV presenter Paula Yates.
Maître d' Mateo Saina is in charge as more hopefuls enter the restaurant. They include evergreen Mary (74) from Tipperary, who is looking for a second chance at love - and may have found it in the singular charm of 76-year-old Johnny, who quite handily lives in Thurles. Student nurse Carla from Down hopes for a tall, dark, handsome stranger - and gets the full package in self-assured postman Kieran - and hairstylist Lain, originally from Leeds, dates fellow coiffeur Dean from Cork.
The investigation into the death of Penny Beale in November 2001. Her boyfriend Michael Moffat claimed she fell down the stairs while drunk - but her mother knew better. To the police, Michael presented as a charming, helpful man who had been struggling to save his girlfriend from her alcohol and drug addictions. Penny's mother was aware of another side of him however - he was a drunk, abusive and violent man who was now trying to get away with her daughter's murder.
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