Celebrity guests and viewers put their questions to the eight remaining couples in the live show.
3/8. A man is trapped beneath a tube train.
7/8: series two. Bedtime is a battleground in the [text removed] household. The antics of Miles, Herbie and Ella prevent parents Nigel and Bianca from getting a moment to themselves. Enter Dr Tanya Byron with a fresh approach.
After the widespread large-scale media coverage of the Asian tsunami disaster, producer Amanda Murray's documentary examines the tragedy on a more intimate level. Murray was on Koh Lanta when the wave struck. And while the island was spared from major devastation, its neighbour Phi Phi was decimated, with people killed. Moving between the two islands, the film follows a handful of Thais and foreigners as they attempt to move on with their lives.
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Benjamin Fry and Jay Hunt try to help Dre Henemulla, aged just 23 but with debts totalling £25,000.
As the general election approaches, two members of the public are trained as hecklers and let loose on the campaign trail.
4/6. A rift threatens Michelle and Susanah's plans for a big gay day.