7/8. It's Halloween, and tonight's would- be authors have penned denouements to a tale by horror writer Shaun Hutson. The six finalists are whittled down to three, before Shaun decides whose ending will make it into print. With Claudia Winkleman.
The Crazy in Love pop diva's bank balance has rocketed as the hits have piled up. but the road to fame and fortune hasn't always run smoothly. Paddy O'Connell travels to Texas and Los Angeles to interview two former members of Beyonce's group Destiny's Child about what caused their split.
6/6. A beautiful day. a bishop and a blessing await Lord Lee and David, and there's a happy ending for Lincolnshire lesbians Michelle and Susannah. Plus, Ian and Dena's wedding day provides a chance for a sing song.
For years. Lord of the Dance star Michael Flatley has shielded himself from the glare of the media. Now, a camera crew is given the chance to follow the jet-set lifestyle of the dancer and accomplished businessman.
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