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Whether it's fashion, dating, body confidence or campaigning - here's a round up of all my telly programmes - including some clips and links to watch on 4o D. You'll need to have the Flash player installed to watch the Channel 4 clips.

Packed with design and style tips and working with some of the country’s best up-cyclers and master craftspeople, Fill Your House for Free looks at completed projects for inspiration, and once again shows us how to avoid waste to take our properties from shabby to chic on a thoroughly thrifty budget.

With my very own how-to guide for attracting a partner, I dished out advice on what to wear, say and do to have the perfect date.

I don't need much of an excuse to talk about food, so to make a series all about my family recipes and cook with Poppa Wan was a dream come true!

Find out what a proper Chinese feast is and why my dad is possibly the funniest man in the world.

Follow me as I travel back to my ancestral home to explore the largely unseen world of Chinese mass production.

See how everything from toothbrushes to London black cabs are made and visit Bra Town where millions of bras are produced in sizes up to 52DD. Get a glamorous look on a limited budget thanks to Auntie Gok as I give you my tricks of the trade to transform the way you dress.

Each episode I took my show on the road to give three beauties an affordable wardrobe refresher and to offer you advice on how to put your style back on track.I started out on my TV mission to help people get the best out of their body shape back in 2008.It's not about going under the knife, it's about working with what you've got and choosing the clothes that make you look gorgeous. A high-profile sacking is in store tonight on Comic Relief when one of the defeated boys from Comic Relief's Celebrity Apprentice will be fired by Sir Alan Sugar.Jonathan Ross, Alan Carr, Gok Wan, Jack Dee and captain Gerald Ratner all face the uncomfortable prospect after being defeated by the girls' team in last night's show.Sugar decided the girls team, led by Michelle Mone, and featuring Patsy Palmer, Ruby Wax, Carol Vorderman and Fiona Phillips, had come up with the more viable product after the sides were set the challenge of inventing a children's toy.

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