Home & Garden: TV tips on Friday

Eat your way to Kate Middleton's complexion with just three vegetables

  Eat your way to Kate Middleton's complexion with just three vegetables KATE MIDDLETON has absolutely glowing skin. Has she done it naturally or with a few tweakments, according to an expert?Dawn told Express.co.uk: "The Duchess of Cambridge always looks flawless, despite the fact she's always on the go, being a busy mum-of-three with a whole lot on her royal plate.

  TV-Tipps am Freitag © ARD Degeto/Christine Schroeder 8:15 p.m., The first, mother, cutter, child, drama

coast fisherman Heddi (Anneke Kim Sarnau) is confident and hard. She has to be too, because cutter fishing has never been a slight business. And in times of overfishing she hardly gets over the ends. But Heddi cannot get down. She only has a weak point: her daughter Eva (Zoe Moore). She is an environmental activist and as combative as her mother. There has been radio silence between the two for years. Now, however, Eva, who lives in the big city, appears unexpectedly in the small Baltic Seedorf with her son Jannis (Lewe Wagner).

8:15 p.m., ZDF, murder sisters - crime is a family matter, crime series

When Commissioner Viktoria Lorentzen (Lena Dörrie) drives something mad, then it is the chaotic way of her sister Feli (Caroline Hanke). But suddenly the two have to work together. Viktoria expects her younger sister to ponate her father. Soon she will be annoyed by the chaotic Feli: she is not only late, but also on the ship in a sloppy look. But the concentrated competence of the sisters is quickly in demand. The body of the successful fishing entrepreneur Fiete Dachs is found on a cliff. Viktoria only learns that Feli now supports the Kripo Flensburg as a forensic.

7 top tips for caring for your vintage jewellery collection

  7 top tips for caring for your vintage jewellery collection Vintage jewellery expert Parisian Sweet explains how to care for and maintain your vintage jewellery, and what is worth investing in“In 1986 Hollywood screen goddess and diamond fanatic, Elizabeth Taylor wore a pair of large 24ct gold plated dangling circular hoop earrings featuring the iconic interlocking CC motif on set of the film There Must be a Pony shot in Los Angeles. My company Parisian Sweet sold the exact pair of  earrings back in 2017 for £550, and now in 2022 I’ve seen them selling for between a staggering £2,800-£3000 on the secondary market.

8:15 p.m., RTLZWE, Gravity, space thriller

When working on the Hubble telescope, the Space shuttle of the scientist Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and her crew is destroyed by space bread. A struggle for survival begins. The debris that are thrown through space like floors, almost all astronauts and devastates every refuge. Ryan's only hope is a distant space station.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, The Hobbit - The Battle of the Five Army, Fantasy Action

of the Smaug dragon breaks up to destroy the Seestadt Esgaroth. Their residents then seek support from dwarf king Thorin (Richard Armitage), but this refuses to help them. He too has fallen into the kite disease - a delusional greed for power and gold. His stubbornness finally leads to a terrible war between people, elves and dwarfs. Bilbo Beutlin (Martin Freeman) tries to convey between the parties. But with Sauron and his mighty army of Orks, an even darker threat is waiting for the residents of Middle -earth.

Newly engaged teacher wins Friday's Most Stylish at Galway Races in a co-ord and her friend's bag

  Newly engaged teacher wins Friday's Most Stylish at Galway Races in a co-ord and her friend's bag If the last two years have taught us anything it’s that there’s no time like the present to don a fabulous frock and at this year’s Galway Races, the crowd has been celebrating in style! For the first time in three years, Friday's Most Stylish, sponsored by Athlone Towncentre took place in person and entrants […]For the first time in three years, Friday's Most Stylish, sponsored by Athlone Towncentre took place in person and entrants went all out with their ensembles.

10:15 p.m., The first, crime scene: Next, keep, crime thriller

It is a nightly traffic control with far -reaching consequences. When the police officer Frank Lorenz (Roeland Wiesnekker) asks the young man to get out of his car, he only sees one way out: Pascal Pohl (Wolf Danny Homann) flees. He runs on the nearby railway tracks. Just a few seconds later he was dead - run over from a tram. But what looks like a tragic accident at the very first moment is expanding to an opaque revenge campaign. Because the Russian mafia was apparently behind the young drug dealer, the Lorenz, well -networked in the scene, knows. Max Ballauf (Klaus J. Behrendt) and Freddy Schenk (Dietmar Bär) take over the investigation.

Doctor lists three symptoms to watch out for when you sleep - seek help from your GP .
SLEEP is a crucial time for the body; it's when it rests and recuperates after the arbours of the day. However, not everyone can fall asleep effectively and while some self-help may be possible, there are some signs that a doctor's intervention is necessary.Furthermore, another indicator that action needs to be taken with regard to frequency is whether or not there are any outside causes such as stress or overthinking. Should these not be a factor either, this can also be a warning sign.

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