Ep1 Naked Attraction - OMG Moments
Everybody at Naked Attraction knows it’s a show that doesn’t beat around the bush, being the dating show that’s notorious for stripping back the clothes and the filters. So it’s time to have a romp through the X-rated archives and celebrate some of Naked Attractions very best naughty bits.
This episode is about the utterly outrageous, as we re-visit those jaw dropping moments that made us shriek ‘Oh My God’. We also catch up with some of the most infamous pickers including Judith the breast cancer survivor from series 5 who played ‘The Lord is My Shepherd’ to the bodies and let them taste her home-made Victoria sponge in the voice round; as well as Tracy from Series 1 to see how things developed with her date Mark and get the latest on her so called ‘jam jar’.
As the nation and the world awaits the imminent arrival of Harry and Meghan’s second child – a Californian girl who will be eighth in line to the throne and eligible to run for President – this film celebrates what it really means to be born royal.
With a combination of nostalgic archive footage and interviews with Royal experts and insiders this is a definitive insight into every stage of the royal baby story. We look at the pressures faced by royal mums to be, and how attitudes to pregnancy have changed from confinement to celebration over the last 100 years.
How does press intrusion into Princess Diana’s pregnancies compare to the birth of Meghan’s babies? Why have the royals moved from home (or rather palace) births to private hospitals... and in the case of Zara Tindall – the bathroom floor? How do ancient protocols, like politicians witnessing royal births and formal announcements on the railing of Buckingham Palace, compare to a new generation of Instagram royals? And… what really happened at Meghan’s baby shower?
We bring to life the earliest years of the most prominent members of the Windsors. Christenings and childhood secrets, life inside the royal nursery, nannies, rebellions, duties and diets are explored - from the Queen to the latest Sussex baby, born into unprecedented and uncertain royal times.
The relationship between Prince Charles and Prince Harry is one of the most complex father & son relationships in the history of the British Royal family, made all the more difficult by being conducted under the spotlight of twenty-four-seven media attention.
Prince Charles is the dutiful Heir Apparent who avoids public pronouncements about private family matters, whereas Prince Harry is known for his emotional public statements. If the usual approach of the Royal Family is to "never complain, never explain", then Prince Harry is unwilling to follow the example, especially when the press wrote unfavourable articles about his wife. It seems to be Harry's perception that Charles failed to defend the Duchess of Sussex, so perhaps it was inevitable that father and son would fall out?
In his controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry claimed that he was trapped by the institution of the monarchy, and that his father and brother are still confined. Both he and Meghan laid bare the extent of their estrangement from the House of Windsor. But the rift seems to be deepest between Harry and Charles. Our monarch-in-waiting has let it be known in private that he felt let down by Harry's revelations, especially about the withdrawal of funding and security for the Sussexes.
In this fascinating documentary, Royal experts look back on key moments in their lives to chart the development of their estrangement from its earliest days, during the break-up of Charles' marriage to Princess Diana.
Prince Harry believes that he and Prince William should not have been made to walk behind their mother's coffin at her funeral in 1997, considering it a wicked act from which they should have been protected. At moments of crisis throughout Harry's life, what more could his father have done for him? And following the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh in April 2021, their first meeting in more than a year, how will the father and son resolve their estrangement?
The Turkish capital is an adventurous place for a 3-day escape, straddling both Europe and Asia. But in Gregg’s opinion this is one of the world’s great cities. Over the course of a weekend he explores the history of a city that has been the centre of three empires, takes part in the Turkish traditions and eats his way around the city.
Having been here before Gregg wants to show us what he thinks might be the world’s greatest food destination. He tours the street food stands on the Asian side of the Bosphorus, learns the centuries old techniques of the baklava makers, joins a kebab master at his grill and eats the dishes that would have graced the tables in the Ottoman palace. And he finishes his weekend off with a special trip to an unknown island just off the coast for a feast of traditional Turkish mezze.
The Great Garden Revolution is a brand-new series and a call to arms for people across the nation to get out into our gardens and transform our outdoor spaces. A team of experts - designer Joel Bird, ecological gardener Poppy Okotcha and craftsman Bruce Kenneth - harness their expertise and inspire us with possibilities for our own space. After spending the last year in our homes, all across the UK a revolution is happening as people discover a love for gardening. In each episode, Poppy, Joel and Bruce share tips, hacks and tricks to show what can be done in our outdoor space - whatever its size, shape or make up - and help to transform one garden in need of love. And some famous faces give us a tour of their gardens and show us their green-fingered efforts. From epic garden transformations and inspiring garden visits, to how-to builds and a plant-of-the-week, this show offers practical, hands-on advice so that everyone can join the revolution from wherever you are, with whatever you have. The Great Garden Revolution is made in partnership with Ronseal. In this episode, our experts celebrate gardens that get us interacting with nature, giving plenty of tips and inspiring ideas on how to create your own, even in a smaller garden. Joel creates an incredible teaching shed with a front that's covered in habitats for wildlife. Poppy creates sensory beds and vertical planting that's perfect for any smaller garden, while Bruce adds a stunning 'kitchen cabinet' and gets stuck into a centuries-old Japanese wood staining technique. The team also visit the Hanifs, who live in the middle of Birmingham but want to create a forest school that the whole community can benefit from. Can the team transform their space into an oasis in the heart of the city? Plus: TV presenter AJ Odudu shows us around her own garden retreat.
Another busy night in one of the UK’s major trauma centres, as the staff of Hull Royal Infirmary are faced with treating a crushed leg, a patient with a suspected broken back and an elderly patient who needs the resus team to pull her deformed broken ankle back into position.
In minors, a patient kicks off when he’s asked to leave after his treatment and staff and security are in the firing line when he aggressively lashes out.
While riding home from a first date on his motorbike, 27-year-old Chris loses control, and the 200kg bike flips, crushing his leg. Dr Sean has to assess the severity of the injury while Chris is feeling the euphoric side effects of gas and air.
Patricia, 60, is rushed into A&E secured to a stretcher in an unusual position, after falling down a full flight of stairs. Patricia is in excruciating pain and can’t move. Dr Ayman has to tread very carefully when assessing her neck and back as he suspects that she may have some life changing injuries.
46-year-old Stuart comes into minors having split open his fist when punching a wall during a family argument. Dr Kate is on hand to check the severity of the open wound… and see whether he might need referring to a specialist for surgery.
Dr Austin is looking after Josephine, 68, who has broken her ankle after falling while helping her husband into the house. Josephine needs to be sedated so that a team of doctors and nurses can force the bone back into the correct position.
Mark Millar (DIY SOS) helps create designer looks without designer costs with a Heritage bathroom for next to no money in Yorkshire, and a “Japandi” (Japanese and Scandinavian) kitchen for £8k in London.
In Yorkshire, Adam dreams of creating a bathroom inspired by opulent historic English interiors and rustic style in his rundown country cottage. He wants a dramatic vaulted ceiling, wood panelling, stone flooring, a unique shower, a vintage bath, opulent mirrors, and a chandelier. He has no budget and is doing the work himself, with no experience, and with Mum Lindsay helping with labour. Has Adam bitten off more than he can chew with major structural work to the ceiling and a shower made with railway sleepers? Can Mark help him past the building work to achieve his stylish vision?
In Walthamstow in east London, Emma and Jono are also putting in hard graft to create a designer-look kitchen, inspired by the fashionable “Japandi” combination of Japanese and Scandinavian design. They want concrete worktops, a breakfast bar and wood units, and plan to get a kitchen worth twice their £8k budget by doing most of the work themselves, including the underfloor heating. Can they build a kitchen by hand while holding down full-time jobs? Can they pull off the look? Can Mark teach them how to make their own concrete worktops?
Master builder and carpenter Mark Millar brings his 30 years’ experience to help achieve these dream kitchens and bathrooms. In this episode Mark also gives viewers his rules for modern Heritage design, and combining Japanese and Scandinavian styles, and today’s fashion for Industrial interiors. He also gives his tips on creating a luxury bathroom and new kitchen for minimum cost, and his professional guides to bathroom lighting and the latest showers.
The Sentinels face a dramatic and potentially dangerous situation when a taxi linked to drug supply pulls over on the A12 – the busiest road in Suffolk. Once they’ve moved it to a safer location the team make some startling discoveries when they search the car and its occupants: multiple mobile phones and hundreds of pounds of cash. The passenger is arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of drugs. The driver, meanwhile, claims not to be involved, but he fails a drug wipe and is arrested.
Later, a car connected to a recent burglary activates an in-car ANPR camera. Once they stop it, The Sentinels find a knuckle duster inside, plus a small electronic device that could be linked to insurance fraud.
In Lowestoft, the team’s newest recruit makes her first arrest as a Sentinel, after a driver tests positive for cocaine. Not only that, but the sergeant finds an extendable baton in the car, so the driver is also arrested for possession of an offensive weapon.
And a suspicious looking vehicle is pulled over and there’s a large amount of cannabis inside, which the driver says is all for personal use.
A high priority emergency comes through at Lantern HQ. A 44-ton truck has careered off the A1, smashed through the side barrier and taken out an electric sign. The vehicle has ended up on top of mangled live electrics, and even worse, there’s a gas pipe a couple of feet away. One wrong move and the truck could go up in a ball of flames! It’s a high-pressured situation that calls for a cool head. Michael is just the man for the job, but the rescue turns into a nightmare. The mains electrics are switched off, but the truck has so much debris under its front cab Michael can’t get it to budge.
In the East Midlands Crouch’s Incident Manager, Steve Kelly, has a hard-core recovery on his hands. A massive articulated lorry, laden with animal feed, has followed it’s sat nav down a narrow country lane, and has slipped off the road into soft ground. Tilting precariously, Steve has to get the truck back onto hard tarmac before it crashes over on its side. But when Steve starts the rescue, his lifting gear starts creaking alarmingly. Will he manage to right the beast, or will the recovery end in disaster?
Merrie is on her way to a tricky winch out on the A27 in Sussex. A large lorry has got stuck on the verge, and with traffic speeding by, the rescue is highly dangerous. The conditions are horribly wet, but Merrie gets off to a cracking start, pulling the lorry clear of the verge. But then things start to get edgy. Merrie has to pull her recovery truck out into the road to set up for the tow, and she’s right in the firing line of passing motorists. Luckily Merrie has ice in her veins.
Dragons’ Den continues as formidable investors Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Sara Davies return to those infamous hot seats as a new batch of nervous entrepreneurs strive to seal a life-changing deal.
In this episode, plant-able children’s books are the offering from two friends who are hoping to gain a Dragon to grow their brand. A pair of ex-bankers pitch their ambitious at-home private chef service and a Wirral-based entrepreneur pitches his range of luxury home fragrance products. Finally, a husband and wife team are keen to broaden out their scent-detection courses for dogs; will the Dragons see it as an opportunity that’s not to be sniffed at?
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