3/10. Angellica Bell gatecrashes a wedding in Las Vegas; Gregg Wallace enjoys a whistlestop tour of Europe with breakfast in London, lunch in Paris and dinner on the seafront in Barcelona; and Nick Knowles learns to tow like a pro on a caravanning holiday.
Meanwhile, Simon Calder injects sparkle to a bland and boring package tour, and Reggie Yates finds out how far £500 will stretch in Malaysia.
Series producer Chris Walley ; Executive producer Owen Gay Holiday offers: page 40
Rosie and Keith's frantic search for Demi and Leo comes to a dramatic conclusion.
Writer Sarah Phelps For cast see page 38
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Misery. Life for unemployed Nick has become a bit of a drag - resulting in a raid on Susan's wardrobe.
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Chilling science-fiction drama starring Robert Duvall , Tea Leoni and Morgan Freeman. A reporter believes that she has discovered a sex scandal in the US government. As it turns out, "Ele" isn't a mistress, but something used to describe an event so cataclysmic it could destroy the planet. Continues after the news at 10.35pm. Review page 52.
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The outrageous Joan Rivers joins deadpan Jack at the Apollo in Hammersmith, west London, with acidic insights on everything from celebrity botox parties to gynaecologists and marrying for money. Those in the audience hoping to avoid the crossfire include Liam Gallagher and Sir Steve Redgrave. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Alex Hardcastle
8.00-10.00pm. Jack tries to move the prisoner from the underground jail but is captured by Andre Drazen 's men.
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