In an eye-opening episode, reporter Ade Adepitan and director Andrew Carter travel to Kingston to investigate the growth of homophobic attacks in Jamaica and to meet the gay and transgender group who’ve ended up living in a storm drain, where they suffer shocking violence, attacks and insults because of their sexuality. Jamaica has a reputation for intolerance of homosexuality. Male gay sex is punishable by 10 years’ hard labour and violent hostility is entrenched in the island’s culture. Unreported World meets one group of gay and transgender people who are now living in a gully, which is usually designed to carry floodwater and rubbish from the city.
Daniel opens his eyes in a hospital bed to his worst possible nightmare, as all his lies collide and the truth about his double life comes out. Charlie manages to get out of his depth playing at property developer with the family firm’s money. Samuel has a 50-year-old secret which could rip Daniel’s life apart yet further.
Around half the meat we eat in Britain is chicken. But in the past decade the UK’s poultry industry has experienced some fairly unpleasant bugs. Matt reports on the single biggest problem facing the industry – campylobacter. It’s a form of food poisoning which is carried in two in every three chickens and can be deadly.
Chris and Gaby find out exactly what’s in chicken nuggets. While Gaby gets a lesson on how to make homemade chicken nuggets Chris investigates what’s in the shop-bought version. Gaby also looks at takeaway nuggets and reveals what’s in them to a group of school children.
At the upside-down house in Wales, the building is finally watertight and owner Marianne is back on site to inspect after months of illness. But will she like what she finds when she gets there? And in Dunblane, a dilapidated old mill is being restored to its former glory. But there’s bad news in store for home owner Darren when the building inspector pays a visit to the site. Architect Bobby Halliday has to pull out all the stops to keep the build on track.
Living Color is on a mission to change the lives of hundreds of Galaxy Elementary students by donating an educational exhibit to the school. They hope these wide-eyed youngsters will become interested in biology with the help of their innovative “touch tank” that will allow the kids to physically interact with the specimens inside. But with a trailblazing tank comes many complicating factors.
“Untying the Knot” is when couples go from “I do” to “I don’t,” Vikki Ziegler is who they call to mediate, advise and divide their assets out of court. Each episode features a different divorcing couple struggling to divvy up their belongings that range from dazzling diamonds to the family pets. Expert appraisers Michael and Mark Millea evaluate the items in question and help Vikki determine a fair division of assets. Why let a judge decide your fate when this “Divorce Diva” can cut through all the drama to determine who will get what?
Season 1, Episode 1 – “Battle of the Buddha Head”
Jacques and Mira need help sorting out their divorce, as they argue over their assets, including an apartment in Paris and a giant buddha head.