Enquiries BBC Three announces brand new property dating show hosted by Yung Filly Hot Property is a new, original take on relationships that peeks behind the curtain at the way young people in the UK are living today. Hot Property gives young people looking for love the chance to snoop around the homes and meet the mates of potential dates, all to decide whether or not they should go on a first date with someone without having met them! The house we live in and the people we surround ourselves with are two of the most outward expressions of ourselves. Each episode begins with Yung Filly showing one singleton a possession owned by five potential dates, helping them to build a first impression of each person and whittle the options down to three. Together with Yung Filly as their trusted wingman, they will go through the keyhole, into the drawers and under the bed to discover as much as they can about each person by looking at how they live, and to ultimately choose two to keep in the running. Once the snooping is over, there are bound to be as many questions as there are answers, and to help with the final decision there will be an opportunity to meet the person closest to each of the remaining love rivals.
The new early evening show was revealed as the broadcaster announced scheduling changes for spring, which will also include the retirement of three of its long-running programmes. Whiley, who joined Radio 2 in and presents a weeknight show focusing on new music, will co-host the newly-extended show from 5pm until 8pm on weekdays with existing drivetime host Mayo. Radio 2 has said that the current Friday schedule will remain, with the All Request Friday show running from 5pm until 7pm, followed by Tony Blackburn’s The Golden Hour from 7pm until 8pm.
Nigel Ogden, who has hosted minute music show The Organist Entertains since , said: Cox’s current show Sounds of the 80s will remain in its Friday night 10pm slot, but will now be hosted by Gary Davies, and Cox will continue her role as an occasional stand-in for Chris Evans on his breakfast show. Cox’s new programme will air Mondays to Thursdays from 10pm until midnight from May
· BBC Three’s new show Clique is billed as Skins for the university age. Bring it on A new online-only show promises to bring us a “heightened” version of university life, the good and the bad
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Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Couples facing relationship problems are wanted for a new BBC programme being filmed in Manchester. Rowing couples will be given free counselling as part of the show being filmed for BBC Three. Whether it be kids putting a strain on the relationship, or problems in the bedroom, it will document the couples over a couple of weeks as they’re given access to a clinic with some of the country’s leading therapists.
Producer Gemma Nolan says it’s often mums and dads whose relationships suffer.
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Richard — without needing to be asked twice — takes the opportunity to make a tribute to the Land Rover Defender by driving one up an extremely steep incline, and James and Jeremy pay similar homage to the history of French manufacturer Peugeot, albeit with fewer compliments. Escaping without the inconvenience of additional limbs and mutated facial features, the presenters give road tests to the jaw dropping McLaren P1, the astonishing Porsche , and the less-scary-but-still-pretty-good Caterham Seven R.
Elsewhere, the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta gets the chance to show what it can do on the roads of Scotland, and TG tackles water-based motoring once again with the creation of the fabled Hovervan. Top Gear is then invited to film a car chase for the upcoming remake of The Sweeney starring Ray Winstone and Plan B, before taking on a trio of disabled war veterans on some DIY mobility scooters.
Less bombastically, three hot hatches are driven around the circuit of the Monaco Grand Prix, the McLaren MP C lines up against the Ferrari on our track, and the presenters decide to have a go at improving the railways… with cars and caravans. The trio recover by embarking on a relaxing holiday in Cornwall — which turns out to be anything but in their home-made motorhomes — while Captain Slow goes very, very fast in the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
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Edit Generally the bachelorette would ask a series of questions to each of the three hidden bachelors. The same question could be asked to multiple bachelors. The questions were written in advance by the producers. Certain kinds of questions such as name, age, occupation, and income cannot be asked. The process continued until time ran out.
The bachelorette would make her choice based solely on the answers to her questions. After making her choice, the bachelorette met the two unchosen bachelors before meeting the chosen one.
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The BBC is bringing a new version of Hercule Poirot to television, with writer Sarah Phelps dropping a first hint about the screen adaptation.
A few miles away, at CIA headquarters, the spy agency’s director Leon Panetta sat in a windowless seventh floor room, which had been turned into a command centre. From there he fed the president and his team details of the raid as it unfolded. The operation now under way was the culmination of weeks of detailed surveillance and planning involving some of the United States’ most sophisticated technology. Planning for the raid started late last year. US officials have spoken of how an intercept in late August of a phone call to a trusted courier of Bin Laden in Pakistan was a breakthrough that led to the raid.
Controversially, they had learnt of his identity from interrogations of detainees in Guantanamo. Armed with the mobile phone number, the US was able to track him to the compound in Abbottabad. The pacer It was unusual. High walls prevented anyone from seeing in and privacy screens on the main building’s balconies blocked all sight lines. It had no phone or internet connection and all rubbish was burnt inside the high walls rather than being collected as usual.
The BBC’s Orla Guerin looks around the perimeter of Bin Laden’s compound Access to the site was through a tall green metal security gate which led into a passageway with high walls either side, and another security gate leading to an inner compound at the other end. According to neighbours who spoke to the BBC , the occupants rarely went out and when they did so – in either a red Suzuki jeep or van – they passed through security doors that closed immediately afterwards.
US intelligence soon began an intensive period of surveillance.