This week the fixers continue on their charge to mend beauty blunders up and down the country. 17yr old Connor, eager to join the army, comes to the clinic with his huge stretched earlobe, Dr Esho is on hand with his surgical team to lob off his lobe and Daniel steps up to sort out his barnet. Danny and Alex team up to help glamour model and new mum Sophie who has hit an all time confidence low. Hannah comes in tormented by her extreme gummy smile, so Dr Esho gets to work to put more pump in her pout. While April and Daniel tackle footballer Haydn, he wants to go from player to manager and needs to promote his image to the premiere league. Also in the clinic is long-term trichotillomania sufferer Hannah, who is desperate for a complete image overhaul. And the fixers join forces when Kayleigh comes in in dire need of their help after having her life turned on its head.
Aled Jones and JB Gill are at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show to celebrate Harvest. Aled tries his hand at herding ducks whilst JB Gill finds out about the show’s long Christian heritage and meets the world’s leading rugby referee who talks about his faith. With hymns from the sheep shearing shed.
The 15 part series from Rumpus Media will see our famous faces join a specially created intensive driving school run by three fully qualified instructors. The celebrities will learn and take part in a series of core driving skills and challenges, all in the newly launched Suzuki Ignis. Providing how well they do, this may lead to forfeits or treats for our celebrity learner drivers.
The celebrities will also be putting in extra practice sessions and helped across the week by their friends and family who will also be there to rally them on the day of their practical driving test; hopefully the positive culmination of all their hard work on the road…
Amongst the famous faces getting behind the wheel of Suzuki’s Ignis will be Geordie Shore doyenne turned presenter Vicky Pattison, dancer, TV personality and former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, Made in Chelsea’s Francis Boulle, Tattoo Fixers stars Sketch and Paisley, Geordie Shore regular Nathan Henry, The Vamps’ Connor Ball, First Dates waitress CiCi Coleman and Claudia Fragapane, Olympic Gymnast.
Series following the work of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance service as its paramedics, doctors and pilots respond to accidents and emergencies across the UK’s biggest county. Featuring medical procedures in the most surprising of locations, patient stories and the logistics of rescuing people in often remote areas. We’ll follow the crews on location and get an intimate view of the all the action as they transport patients into hospital, either by air or using ground ambulance. Narrated by Jason Done.
Having celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary and entered the dangerous, choppy waters of the Seven Year itch, Eamonn and Ruth take inspiration from couples who have seriously scratched that itch and overcome the most extreme marriage challenges.
They meet a family where the husband announced out of the blue as his 7 Year Itch that he was transgender and wished to become a woman. More surprising is the wife deciding to stick by her and find the positives from their shocking situation... but in a bizarre twist the gender issue isn’t quite resolved!
Eamonn and Ruth explore the fundamental differences between men and women and meet a Californian relationship guru who reckons she can bridge the gap with her highly controversial methods that have some feminists up in arms.
They hang out and battle with a couple of LARP-ers (Live Action Role Play) who use fantasy role play as a way of escaping the massive pressures of raising two autistic kids.
They meet a married gay couple whose relationship had to endure the severest test of prison. Despite being an obvious target as a gay copper doing time, the couple’s bond proved unbreakable and has got stronger through their experience.
Eamonn and Ruth explore the No.1 relationship destroyer – an affair, but the couple they meet used infidelity as a means to radically change their marriage by embracing swinging. They credit this with saving their relationship.
Finally Eamonn and Ruth explore cultural differences of marriage and learn how Indian childhood sweethearts cemented their love by defying the strict Hindu custom of arranged marriage. The fallout from outraged parents led to a period of house arrest for the bride to be.