RERIP NOTE:missing.footage_get.rerip. Political activist Lettie, who's 23, is looking for her intellectual equal. But, despite being clued-up on politics, she's clueless on love. Her date is 26-year-old Cambridge graduate Fred. If he knows as much about wooing women as he does about political affairs he might be on to a winner. Octogenarian Doreen isn't ready to give up on love and wants a man to keep her on her toes. She meets 86-year-old author James, who's ready to write the next chapter of his love life. Stockbroker Pearse, who's 24, may be financially savvy, but when it comes to love the numbers don't add up. His date is 27-year-old teaching assistant Liberty, who's looking for a man who can handle her ‘right amount of crazy'. Links:HOMEPAGE
Season 03, Episode 03 -"Snake River Showpiece" Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590,000 deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna. Season 03, Episode 04 - "Colorado Contemporary Deck" In Castle Pines, CO, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved stone fireplace, steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions. Links:HOMEPAGE
Inventions include a pie that's the size of a cookie; a panini press with a religious theme; a large microfiber towel; a giant wet wipe that fits into a pocket; an indoor-outdoor pet enclosure; and shoes that transform from heels to flats. Links:HOMEPAGE
Season 02, Episode 02 -"I Know Thee Not, Old Man" Will is off to Stratford to get some serious writing done, but when Simon Hunt, his terrifying old school teacher, invites himself to stay, Will is unable to say no even though his presence stirs up some pretty awful memories of the classroom. Meanwhile, Marlowe and Greene are also up in Warwickshire hunting for a Roman Catholic spy. Could there be any connection with Hunt? Will's mum Mary certainly hopes so - she has never quite stopped believing in the church of Rome - but his dad certainly doesn't. Will finds himself having to juggle the presence of Catholic-hunters and a possible Catholic spy and keep himself and his own family safe from being burned at the stake for heresy, while simultaneously coming up with a play about any king called Henry. All in all, it turns out to be quite a challenge... Links:HOMEPAGE
Season 3, Episode 1 It is the year of charter renewal and a critical time for the BBC. The renewal group under head of values Ian Fletcher is tasked with identifying what the BBC does best and finding more ways of doing less of it better. A new challenge comes in the shape of a Channel 4 documentary about a cross-dressing ex-Premier League footballer Ryan Chelford, which alleges that the BBC rejected Ryan as a potential pundit on Match of the Day because of his unconventional private life. The fact is he was auditioned and it turned out he was not very good.
Laura's online attack on Andrew yields unexpected consequences as a figure from her past returns to haunt her, potentially jeopardizing the case. Afraid, Laura resorts to extreme measures to find hard evidence of Andrew's guilt. Links:HOMEPAGE