Welcome to the Jungle:
Eight British teen tearaways are incarcerated in one of America's toughest jails in a bid to divert them from a life of crime. In this episode, the teens get a brutal introduction to prison life. They are put to work in the kitchen and laundry alongside real inmates. By the end of the first morning one of them is in tears, wanting to go home.
This week on Tattoo Fixers: Extreme, Sketch deals with Louis’ pig of a tattoo, Uzzi covers Dean’s terrible tribute to his girlfriend and it’s time for Pash to drop Steve’s saucy anchor. Elsewhere, Alice sorts out a cheeky piece on Ruth’s shoulder, Uzzi creates an original piece for coma survivor Mitch and Sketch deals with Josh’s foul foot tat.
Rich Kid Rukaya, 25, lives in her palatial seven-bed house with her mum and dad. She loves her fast car, shopping for designer brands, and travelling the world. She is convinced that when she lives rough on the streets for three nights, she’ll easily get a job, make money and get a hotel room. On her first night out, she quickly realises how vulnerable she feels and seeks company. She meets a homeless woman called Rita to get advice on how to survive sleeping rough. A group of men approach them, intimidate the two women, and even Rita is nervous. Later that evening, Rukaya loses Rita and is forced to sleep out on her own. After a terrible night’s sleep Rukaya decided to put her plan into action and look for a job. She wants to make money so she doesn’t have to spend a second night out. By late afternoon she’s only made 20p. No CV means no job. And resorting to asking people for donations (Rukaya won’t beg) comes to nothing.
In the last episode of the series, The Hangover Games heads to Birmingham where an all boy group of flatmates went out partying hard to celebrate their recent holiday in Magaluf. Will they answer the door when comedian, Matt Richardson attempts to wake them up the next morning to invite them to play games for cash prizes? If they make it to the pop up studio they face electrocution pads, a huge tarantula and take on comedian Ken Cheng in Poker Shots.
easyJet is now Britain’s biggest airline, carrying nearly 90 million passengers last year. But in 2019, times have never been tougher. Staying top in these turbulent times means attracting more passengers, flying to more destinations and training up a new crop of rookie pilots.
“easyJet: Inside the Cockpit” is a returning primetime series, with unprecedented fixed rig camera access which follows more pilots as they are put through their paces. From cadets taking to the air for the first time at the controls of a passenger plane, to the most experienced pilots landing at Europe’s most demanding airports.
In Episode One we meet the pilots who have to battle with delays, deal with a sick passenger and negotiate landing at one of the world’s most challenging airports in the heart of the Alps.
In this series Lord John Prescott heads across Britain visit the factories who make some of our favourite food and drinks. Meeting the producers of some of the nation's biggest brands John will seek to discover the secrets of their success. Between his factory visits we spend time at home with John and his wife Pauline and in each episode he’ll share his experiences with her. From creamy custard in Devon, to tea in Liverpool, battered fish in Grimsby and crisps in the forest of Dean John is on a manufacturing journey of discovery.
This week John Prescott is in search of the quintessentially British staple of tea and biscuits. Crossing the country from his home in Yorkshire to the West coast he visits the Typhoo tea factory in Liverpool. Here John learns about the delicate balancing act that makes sure every single tea bag tastes exactly the same and gets top tips on making the perfect cuppa! Back in Yorkshire John heads to the Fox’s biscuits factory where he finds out how the classic Viennese treats are made.
Comedian Joe Lycett and celebrity guests campaign on behalf of viewers who've been wronged by big corporations, caught out by small print, and hoodwinked by fraudsters. Armed with some hidden cameras, the comedian takes a car rental company for a spin and sends a gold digging scammer all around the houses. He is joined in his endeavours by investigative journalist and 2018 Strictly champion Stacey Dooley.