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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: Remarkable Places To Eat8pm, BBC TwoVery soon now we’ll be able to rediscover our own remarkable places to eat (those restaurants and pubs with outdoor service) but in the meantime First Dates maître d’ Fred Sirieix continues to vicariously whet our appetites as this week he tours the New Forest in the company of Chris Bavin. The greengrocer and Britain’s Best Home Cook judge has been coming to this corner of Hampshire since childhood holidays and his first recommendation is a restaurant in an old hunting lodge that specialises in the local and seasonal – the so-called “25-mile menu” underscoring that point by having every ingredient sourced within that radius.The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer8pm, Channel 4i's TV newsletter: what you should watch nextEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.This week’s comedy intro features Anneka Rice in a Treasure Hunt-style jumpsuit asking Paul and Prue the directions to a big white tent. Rice is joined by pop star Nadine Coyle, comedian John Bishop and Paralympian turned presenter Ade Adepitan. “We’re in the middle of a pandemic,” says Bishop. “The last thing I want to do is to give anybody food poisoning.” As it happens, his food mixer proves more dangerous. Read More Neil Morrissey: ‘I miss pubs, so much therapy gets done there’ The Syndicate9pm, BBC OneKay Mellor’s engaging tale of lottery winners cheated out of their £27m winnings by a newsagent continues with Frank (Neil Morrissey) squandering his gains on the roulette tables as the swindled kennel workers struggle to raise the airfare to confront him in the south of France. Meanwhile, the back stories deepen as we learn about Colette’s secret past after a customer takes a fancy to her.Britain’s Tiger Kings – On The Trail With Ross Kemp9pm, ITVIn the concluding half of his look at Britons who keep dangerous animals as pets, Ross Kemp heads to Derby to meet lorrydriver Gary, whose three-bedroom, terraced house is overrun by venomous snakes.
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. Elsewhere, we find out what happens when big cats escape – like the so-called “beast of Bishop’s Avenue”, an African serval cat on the loose in north London.Britain’s Tiger Kings – On The Trail With Ross Kemp (Photo: Honey Bee Media/ITV)Snackmasters: KFC9.20pm, Channel 4Fred Sirieix again, this time returning as presenter of the Bafta-nominated series in which top chefs compete to make popular snacks and fast food from scratch and without their jealously-guarded recipes. First up are chefs Tom Aikens and Alex Bond attempting to recreate KFC’s chicken Zinger Burger, with its “11 herbs and spices”, before presenting their finished efforts to a panel of KFC bigwigs. While they are hard at work, Jayde Adams goes behind the scenes of the company’s factories to reveal how the products are really made.Lights Up: Half Breed11pm, BBC FourContinuing the BBC’s Culture in Quarantine initiative adapting stage plays for television and radio while British theatres remain closed, this is Natasha Marshall’s semi-autobiographical dark comedy about finding your own voice. Half Breed, which follows Jazmin from her restrictive home village to drama school, began its life as a poem at spoken word nights before being developed into a short play.
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