The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge for BBC Children in Need will be live from the iconic Goodwood Estate this evening.
A team of six young people, all of whom have been supported by BBC Children in Need funded projects will ride the rickshaw, joined by Matt Baker who will pedal alongside them. The team will take on the annual challenge but with a slightly different format to usual, due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Team Rickshaw plan to ride the equivalent of Matt Baker’s first ever Rickshaw ride in 2011, from Edinburgh to London – 332 miles in a straight line – but from within the iconic grounds of Glorious Goodwood, in a bid to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
Over the next week The One Show will feature special surprises for the young riders, and a chance to hear directly from them about the experiences that have led them to taking on the Rickshaw Challenge. The challenge will end on Friday 13th November during BBC Children in Need’s Appeal show, but viewers can tune in to the show every evening at 7pm to see how they are getting on.
Kate Quilton uncovers the truth behind some of Britain's most shocking food headlines. This time, Kate investigates the 2019 listeria outbreak in UK hospitals that left six dead and asks: just how safe is our hospital food? As we rely on the NHS now more than ever, is enough being done to protect vulnerable patients from a failing food safety system? Kate meets scientists to uncover just what listeria is and how the outbreak happened. She goes inside a hospital kitchen to see first-hand how patients' food is made, and an anonymous government whistleblower reveals that cutbacks could lead to another deadly outbreak
In this factual entertainment series, straight couples who want to improve their sex lives have agreed to a radical new approach… Letting four lesbians loose on their love lives. With studies showing that lesbians have sex for longer and experience more orgasms than straight women, will our heterosexual couples learn a thing or two from their female gay counterparts?
‘The Lesbians Guide to Straight Sex’ puts that idea into practice as we challenge our lesbians, each who brings their own expertise to proceedings, to enhance the sex lives of committed and happy real-life straight couples. Gen is our expert on the psychology of sex; Ali H the master of anatomy; Jade the fashionista and sex toy aficionado; and Maria the Queen of body confidence.
They’ll visit each couple’s homes, and armed with tips, masterclasses and a practical show take them on a journey to show the straight women how to get what they want out of sex and the hetero he-men, exactly how to please their women.
In this episode the squad head to Derbyshire where young couple Abi, an emergency dispatcher and kids football coach Dale have lost the sexual spark in their relationship. Differing sex drives, a lack of confidence in the bedroom and parenthood has seen the couple move from being a passionate couple into more of the friend zone.
Jade and Ali give Dale a gay girl lesson in oral, Maria and Gen get unconfident Abi appreciating her body more in a burlesque class, and Ali introduces them both to the world of role play and bondage. But can the lesbians help this straight couple rediscover the love life they once had and, in the process, make their relationship stronger?
The panel series will involve two celebrity teams competing to identify the famous name or object inside a mystery box. Sara Pascoe will host the show with John Kearns on hand as her assistant, whilst Alan Davies and Darren Harriott are on board as team captains, in a format that puts a twist on classic family games.
Joe Pasquale narrates Greatest Celebrity Wind-ups Ever!
Highlights include TV favourites Ant & Dec making a waxwork dummy of Olly Murs, Steps’ Lisa Scott Lee faces a car park encounter she’ll never forget and Ben Hanlin tricks boy band, The Vamps into thinking they’d killed a dog! There are elaborate big-scale practical jokes from soccer superstar Rivaldo, funnyman David Walliams and Nick Grimshaw, who pranks his pal Harry Styles into a day at an old people’s home. Plus there’s a classic from Noel Edmonds as he tricks dancer Wayne Sleep into thinking he’s live on air with a kids TV show only for Mr Blobby to ruin everything.
With first-hand accounts from the brains behind the pranks and the unfortunate stars who were on the receiving end, these are the Greatest Celebrity Wind-ups Ever! Celebrity contributors include The Vamps star James McVey, Loose Women’s Kaye Adams and prankster turned comedian Olivia Lee.
Steph McGovern presents a bold, fresh and exciting daily show broadcast live from Leeds. Steph's Packed Lunch features celebrity guests, fantastic food, intriguing real-life features and the best entertainment, lifestyle and consumer stories making the headlines. Well-known faces reveal what has got the viewers at home talking each day. In the kitchen, chefs Jack Stein and Dr Rupy Aujla rustle up delicious lunchtime treats. And there's a sideways look at the daily news in One O'Clock Views. Dr Helen Lawal and Dr Javid Abdelmoneim are the show's resident medical experts.