The team demonstrates a pickpocket scam where the victim ends up with a wallet but minus their cash.
7.30 Using a long stick to remove items from a house while the owners sleep, and a bar bet that guarantees free drinks every time.
New. Twenty-year-old Amy Dickens is faced with some harsh realities when George Lamb confronts her with her "living autopsy". A lifestyle of regular sunbed use and over-indulging in junk food has resulted in her heart, bones and joints appearing considerably older than her age, but Dr James Lambert and Dr Andrew Curran hope to help her improve her unhealthy ways. See panel.
1/2. A look at the celebrity pairings whose media ubiguity can be infuriating, but who nevertheless exert an irresistible facination, including Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil , Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin , and Lembit Opik and Cheeky Girl Gabriella Irimia. Plus a humorous look at why so many people are obsessed with the ups and downs of these couplings.
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