Four brave singles have agreed to do something extraordinary – they’re marrying a complete stranger, who they’ll meet for the first time on their wedding day.
Having been selected from over seven thousand applicants, and after undergoing rigorous interviews and psychological tests, the four singles have put their trust in a brand-new panel of elite matchmakers to find them their perfect partner. This new panel of experts includes two of the world’s most experienced professional matchmakers: American dating guru Paul C. Brunson (known as the modern day ‘Hitch’) and leading U.K. matchmaker Gen Gresset. They’re supported by insight and analysis from Clinical Psychologist Dr Angela Smith.
BBC Lifestyle’s critically acclaimed hit Come Dine With Me South Africa is back, featuring the wry observations of voiceover legend Dave Lamb. The successful SAFTA winning show follows the drama as, each episode, four strangers are wined, dined and entertained in each other’s homes in a bid to win the R10 000 cash prize. While it is the effort and attention to detail shown in the food, décor, entertainment and overall hosting skills that gets the votes, often the clash of different personalities and tastes has a dramatic and hilarious role to play in the outcome of the evening. It is a show where anything could happen.
10 Years Younger is back with more jaw dropping makeovers and exciting advice on how to roll back the years and look like a fresher version of ourselves. TV journalist, Cherry Healey and her team have just 10 days to transform the looks and confidence of those who feel a lot older than their years .
Our experts like a challenge and our cast presents them with an array of age-related conundrums to grapple with. From broken, stained and missing teeth to receding hairlines, pigmentation, saggy skin, smokers lips and ill-fitting clothes there is plenty to tighten, polish, lift and replace on the transformation journeys.
2020 has not turned out as anyone expected, and like everyone, The Great British Bake Off has had to make some changes. This year, under exceptional circumstances, the bakers entered a bubble for seven weeks in order to make the competition happen. The iconic tent remains the same, but there are 30 brand new challenges set by Judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
There’s never been a better time to rediscover the joy of cooking. And on Ainsley’s Food We Love, one of Britain’s top TV chefs and his celebrity pals serve up their all-time favourite dishes with a side of humour and fun. A range of special guests—including performers, musicians, and chefs—join Ainsley Harriott in his kitchen—or remotely from their own—to cook up a storm, recapture the spirit of travelling, and create delectable new foodie memories. From long-lost retro recipes and classic comfort food, to high tea, pub grub, and world cuisine, it’s a master class in delicious.
George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. He even tries making a few of his own.
This, the 13th competition of Masterchef: The Professionals, is a six-week series and sees judges, Michelin-starred chef, Marcus Wareing; highly-reputed chef, Monica Galetti, and celebrated MasterChef judge, Gregg Wallace, side-by-side once again to preside over the UK’s most revered cooking competition. Thirty-two more contestants will demonstrate their outstanding skills, commitment and creativity to convince the judges they are worthy of the highly esteemed title.