This new series follows the efforts of the owners and staff at an 18-30s campsite in Devon as they try to overcome a string of wet, recession-hit summers - and make this summer season a roaring success.
After being hit by one of the worst storms in decades, the Europa campsite is suffering a worrying mid-season slump. And to make matters worse key managers, Joey and Vicki, have fallen out. With the all-important bumper bank holiday weekend approaching, it's critical that the team pull together and bring in the cash. They need a record breaking theme night that's literally out of this world.
In this groundbreaking factual thriller for British television, 14 British citizens are given fugitive status and go on the run. For up to 28 days they must evade capture from some of the world's best investigators. Leading the hunt is Chief Brett Lovegrove, former Head of Counter Terrorism for City of London Police, who led their response to the 7/7 bombings. He runs a team of 30 hunters carefully selected from law enforcement, military intelligence, cyber analysis, online profiling and human tracking.
In episode four, we meet newlyweds Adam and Emma Channell (pictured above) who want one last adventure before they begin a family. Their plan is to head off grid in some of Britain's most remote rural areas - the Yorkshire Dales and deepest Wales, but as paranoia kicks in and they start to jump at every car that passes, the married couple finds it increasingly difficult to cope with the pressure.
Also on the run is Freddie Young, a 21-year-old teaching assistant from Essex, accompanied by his mother-in-law Jacqui Omer, who insisted on coming along as she's convinced Freddie can't cope on his own. Their plan is to stay fairly close to home and lay low in a caravan park on the coast.
Meanwhile Emily Dredge is now finding the stress of being hunted and being apart from her baby Ernest almost unbearable. After a high-speed getaway on the back of a motorbike she decides to chance a visit home to see her son, but as the hunters have her family under round the clock surveillance, could this be her final mistake?
Chef Rick Stein combines two of his favourite passions in this evocative celebration of the music and food of the American Deep South. Rick has loved blues music since he first encountered it in the early 1960s. Now he goes on a fascinating journey through the Mississippi Delta - the birthplace of the blues - seeking out his favourite music as well as the food that is ingrained in its heritage.