The team travel to Africa where they are challenged to buy a second hand car costing no more than £1,500 and not designed to go off road, and then drive it across the wilds of Botswana.
Along the way they must negotiate salt pans, rivers and reserves full of animals while facing sweltering heat and suffocating dust.
Highlights of today's first semi-final, plus live coverage from Ghana of the second semi-final (kick-off 8.30) as two teams battle it out for a place in the final. At this stage two years ago, a Didier Drogba goal helped Ivory Coast overcome Nigeria to move one step nearer to repeating their triumph, with host nation Egypt, victors over Senegal in the first semi-final, awaiting them in the final. <S) www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-of-nations; www.radiotimes.com/africa-cup-bloq
Series two. Peter learns his house on Spooner Street is not officially a part of the USA, and decides to take drastic action - by establishing his own country.
11.25 Peter tries to help Meg in her bid to become a reporter for the school newspaper by writing an article falsely claiming actor Luke Perry , who guest stars as himself, is gay.
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