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Businessman Adam and his father Ian, who live in a four-bedroom mansion in Essex, swap with single mum Kiptieu, who lives in a small council flat in Abbey Wood, London. With a number of successful businesses under his belt, Adam now travels round the world, interviewing the great and the good from showbusiness, sport and business, including the likes of John Travolta, 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather, sharing their stories of success with clients who are willing to pay Adam thousands for the inside track. Kiptieu fled war-torn Sierra Leone and is a widow bringing up her three daughters in a two-bedroom ground-floor flat. Kiptieu also recently lost her job because of the Covid-19 pandemic, so the family budget is tighter than ever.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights from Sunday's five matches in the Premier League, which include Chelsea's clash with old foes Manchester United. Blues boss Thomas Tuchel enjoyed mixed fortunes against the Red Devils while he was in charge of former side Paris St Germain. How will he fare with his new charges against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team? Defending champions Liverpool travel to Yorkshire to face relegation-battling Sheffield United.
There will also be a chance to catch up with all the goals from Saturday's Premier League matches, which featured Manchester City v West Ham and Leeds v Aston Villa.
This week's contestants, Gwen and Cara, try and "Solve the Slots" in hopes of getting one step closer to winning the $250,000 jackpot. Watch as this female duo spins the reels on the enormous slot machine, as they attempt to capture all five Wild Cherries to win the ultimate prize.
McCall investigates a community activist's staged suicide and uncovers a connection between his murder and his protests over local real estate development. Also, Delilah's driving lessons lead McCall and Aunt Vi to teach her an even bigger lesson regarding personal accountability.
In Lakeside, Shadow grows closer with Marguerite and uncovers the surprising truth behind a local crime spree. Wednesday makes his own shocking discovery. Laura and Salim negotiate with the enemy of their enemy.
The Circus keys in on the Biden administration's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. As Republicans scrutinize, the question remains: can centrists come together to pass the bill as the US surpasses 500,000 COVID-19 deaths? From the White House perspective, Jenn Palmieri sits with Communications Director Kate Bedingfield and John Heilemann interviews bill author Brian Deese and Domestic Policy Director Susan Rice. And exploring how the package is viewed among conservatives, Mark McKinnon speaks with Rep. Dan Crenshaw. Mid-season finale.
As Ryan Wilder's Kryptonite wound grows more severe, it hinders Batwoman's ability to protect Gotham. Growing interest in reproducing the serum from the Desert Rose puts Mary's and Commander Kane's lives in danger. Meanwhile, Alice's reunion with a fellow Coryana inhabitant presents unexpected complications.
"American Idol" continues the search to find its next star in Los Angeles, California; San Diego, California; and Ojai, California. This week's episode sees determined hopefuls audition in front of Idol's all-star judging panel for their chance to receive a golden ticket to Hollywood.
A family of guinea pigs come in for checkups; a tortoise has a suspicious growth; sugar gliders have a slew of unexpected issues.
Worried that she's inherited Beef's fear of romance, Judy forces her dad to get back out there by attending a meat auction and singles mixer in the hopes of bringing home a new love, and also maybe some sausages.
Scottish music and dance play an integral role in the culture. Sam and Graham set out to meet the artists who continue its tradition.
After a lifetime of scheming to beat the system and support his many vices, Frank Gallagher, the irrepressible, unemployable patriarch of the Gallagher clan, is visited by the ghosts of his past, present and future.
Helen Bouchard starts the edits of Elizabeth's manuscript. When Lee gets injured, a newcomer's words of comfort cause Rosemary to reflect on what she wants in life.
Anne Burrell and Carla Hall teach their final two recruits how to make a three-course, restaurant-quality meal. Adrienne Cheatham, JJ Johnson and George Mendes sample the recruits' final dishes in a blind taste test and award the $25,000 prize.
Stanley Tucci explores Bologna, seen by many as the food capital of Italy. Bologna is home to globally renowned protected food products: parmigiano, prosciutto de parma, and traditional balsamic vinegar, to name but a few.
Archaeologists excavating a historic Chilean site make a chilling discovery and find decapitated human skulls separate from a nearby burial site; experts use advanced cranial forensics to reveal what really happened to these ancient, butchered victims.
The Barnwood Builders travel to Eagle Rock, Virginia, to build a spectacular dogtrot cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Tim Rose travels to Halifax, Virginia, to see the finished log cabin they built five years earlier at the Springfield Distillery.
Game Warden Cummings arrives at the scene of a domestic dispute only to discover the man has a warrant out for his arrest; during water patrols, a fisherman is caught empty-handed; a couple and their baby are kayaking without life jackets.
At the turn of the 20th century, James Kraft challenges thousands of years of cheese-making tradition and forever alters the dairy industry with his new cheese innovation. Meanwhile, the Pabst brothers are desperate to keep their successful beer empire solvent through Prohibition, and introduce a shelf-stable cheese of their own, putting them on a collision course with James Kraft's flourishing cheese juggernaut.
As Farrow and Allen ascend the ranks as a Hollywood power couple, their close-knit family is torn apart by a startling revelation about Woody's relationship with Mia's daughter Soon-Yi. Dylan details the abuse allegations that ignited decades of backlash and changed her life forever. The broader context of Allen's body of work is explored.
When a Petty Officer is shot down by a sniper, Pride and NCIS hunt down the killer, only to find that he may not be acting alone. Also, Rita tells Pride that she has been offered a compelling job.. in Kansas City.
When Eric Witte was a boy, his father taught him to protect his family; as Eric's father grew increasingly violent, Eric realized he needed to protect his family from his father.
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