Gordon Ramsay drives in his 70 foot long semi-truck ‘Hell on Wheels’ and visits small, medium and even large restaurant owners, which are seeing their lowest worst. Ramsay goes undercover, lest the entrepreneurs are intimidated by his intervention, secretly surveys the restaurant, detects the factors that lead to bad business, and fixes them, one problem at a time. He devises a plan for a complete overhaul, from food menu to quality, hygiene standards, customer retention, and more, and all this within 24 hours. He retrains the chefs in his truck, which is a convertible mobile kitchen, and then relaunches the restaurant with a new and improved look and menu.
Ashley Banjo returns for the second series of his hit dance show. He aims to bring more singletons together through the art of dance, teaching two strangers one half of a fully choreographed routine, and only bringing them together for the first time on the day that they dance together. Will they boogie their way to love, or will two left feet leave them on the shelf?
Melanie Sykes hosts as 12 amateur potters compete against one another, with judges Keith Brymer Jones and Sue Pryke overseeing proceedings. The contestants face a series of challenges, from throwing a breakfast set and egg cups in the first episode to producing a fully functioning toilet to get into the final. Who has what it takes to be crowned the winner?
From secluded houses in forests and luxury bunkers buried underground to cabins on remote islands and homes hidden in mountains. The series uses spectacular drone photography to explore the natural surroundings of each home and their interiors to reveal what makes them unique. Plus, a look at the innovative features that make each property unique - from pools hidden in cantilever rooftops, to mirrored sidings that help the structure blend in with its environment to homes that literally ‘fold-themselves away’ to hide from view. Immersive CGI animation reveals how each property was built and its innovative use of materials and design.