Prisoners at war:
Two days into the behaviour programme, officers ratchet up the pressure on the teens. They are put to work on the jail’s chain gang, clearing rubbish in the baking Florida heat. Wanting to shock the teens away from a life of crime, Ltn. Stokes puts them in a room with two young men, barely older than the teens, who have been charged with murder. One tells 17 year old Tunde, ‘You like to fight boy? Trust me, this ain’t where you wanna be’.16 year old Hugh turns a corner during the physical drill and is determined to see the programme through despite wanting to leave on the first day. The two girls, Whitney and Layla, fail their morning inspection which leads to an altercation and the guards separating them from each other.
This week on Tattoo Fixers: Extreme, Pash helps William say goodbye to a doppelganger on his derriere, Uzzi covers Josh’s Magaluf mishap, Sketch helps Leanne with her soap opera inspired slip up, and Alice creates an original piece for toe wrestling world champion Alan. On top of that, Sketch puts the censors on Toriano’s porn star prowess in the bedroom past, and Uzzi purges Paris of a one-eyed stripper who’s a real eye sore.
Billionaire’s son Bobby lives a jet set lifestyle. He has a Ferrari and a private jet and loves to party. He went onto the streets with a plan to use his charm to make money. It works in his everyday life so why not on the streets? It’s all about the face, he says.
Unfortunately for Bobby this plan failed. Nobody would talk to him once he became a rough sleeper. After an evening being ignored and a terrible first night sleeping rough, Bobby was broken, penniless and famished.
Luckily he found some discarded, yet brand new, ear pods. He sold them at an exchange shop and used the money to try to get a hostel for the night. But without ID, Bobby was turned away and he failed to get off the streets.
For the final 24 hours Bobby teamed up with homeless couple Demi and Aaron who’d been rough sleeping in London for five months. Getting to grips with their troubled lives and the harsh realities of homelessness was a wake-up call for rich kid Bobby.
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 Two we meet the pilots who have to trouble-shoot a cockpit warning light mid-flight and witness rare meteorological displays at 35 thousand feet. We will also meet the cadets who will take to the skies for the first time with paying passengers.
We follow new pilot Stuart Freeman on his first day in the job flying paying passengers. A faulty wiper threatens to delay the plane and training Captain Thomas Wenger needs to take control of Stuart’s landing at the last moment.
Captain Simon Matyear and Senior First Officer Jenny Herbert fly the longer model of the airbus: the A321neo. But just as Jenny is going to get her first chance at the controls the flight must go back to the stand so they can deal with a medical emergency.
Meanwhile, Captain Emma Henderson has an eventful few flights to one of her favourite destinations: Iceland. She first witnesses electrical static known as St. Elmo’s fire; she then speaks to a passenger who has had too much to drink and, on her way back to the UK, they capture a glimpse of the magical Northern Lights.
“Inside the Cockpit” takes you behind the flight deck door, revealing what a pilot’s life is really like six miles in the air.
Comedian Joe Lycett and celebrity guest Liza Tarbuck take on the housing market and also send a letting agent packing