Faliraki DJ Terry wants to tame his wild love life and settle down. Richard is venturing into online dating three years after losing his wife. And can Will's unusual flirting techniques impress Fayhe?
Chris hopes to overcome his geeky stereotype on his date. Soifra is looking for personality as well as looks; will a young pilot-turned-model fit the bill? And cheerleading coach Fayhe returns.
Can well-heeled head hunter Phil sweep picky wine aficionado Lucinda off her feet? Glamour model Danielle is returning to the dating scene after having her heart broken. Rajan's back for another date.
Daniel, who's 31, is on his first ever date, hoping to overcome his nervousness around women. Hank, who's 4' 11", wants to meet a lady to love him for who he is.
Lothario Lewis intends to use a tried and tested plan to charm his date, Megan, until he's bowled over by her warmth and personality. And she's met men with similar intentions all too often...
Two previous daters return. Will it be third time lucky for ladies' man Terry, and will Rajan's bold dating techniques and unique line of questioning work this time?
Paul is desperate for love and also heart-wrenchingly worried that fear makes his stutter worse. And do chat-up lines work in modern dating?
Ed is young and well-spoken and is meeting the equally inexperienced Purdey, who tries to hide her 'crazy' personality. Could this be first love for the pair of them?
Series one favourite Rajan returns to the First Dates restaurant, hoping to be fourth time lucky. Will his chat-up lines impress Corinne, who has a history of meeting all the wrong men?
Can metrosexual Jon find headstrong Mancunian Regan's soft side? Playboy Mostafa believes every girl would like to marry him. And opinionated heavy metal fan Dan returns to the restaurant.
There's a theme of second chances in this episode, with diners returning to the First Dates restaurant hoping not to repeat past mistakes
Talkative primary school teacher Sarah-Jayne is looking for her Prince Charming, but would Martin shave off his beard for her?
DJ Terry Turbo is back and he says he's changed his Jack-the-lad ways. Are Ben and Gary's dates more interested in each other? Model Rochelle's looking for love that's more than skin-deep.
Computer programmer Andrew has been single for over a decade. Will he click with old-fashioned romantic Sarah? And Kenny and his biceps James and Andrew are back in the restaurant.
Sparks fly between dancers Frankie and Muhala. Kate and Liam have a lot in common, but how will she score their date's 'fun level'? Can Tim, who's in his late thirties, charm Jenny into a second date?
Can Jayden hide his Don Juan ways from Isabel? Will estate agent John give Sarah, who's deaf, the butterflies in the stomach she's hoping for?
Will Ryan's unique chat-up lines laugh aspiring embalmer Kerry into bed? How will nervous Mark react when free spirit Sophia reads his palm?
Olive and Terence, who are both in their 80s, bond over memories of lost loves, tennis and amateur dramatics. Occasional poet Frankie wants a relationship that fits her unique philosophy of romance.
Will historical re-enactor Rory's knowledge of Viking beards impress cross-stitcher Maddie? And can fireman Rich be beautician Steph's knight in shining armour?
Nathania's writing a dissertation about marriage as a form of punishment in fairy tales, but will songwriter Dan - who hasn't had a girlfriend since he left school - be her Prince Charming?
Mula, who was stood up on her last date, is hoping Round 2 will be better. Her blind date is another returner, funny man AJ, who compares women to a bucket of KFC.
Ann-Marie visits the First Dates restaurant on her 50th birthday. She's survived four bouts of cancer and believes time is precious. Will she want to spend it with her date Carl?
Joe used to be a model and is often compared to James Bond. His date, Nicole, is used to men dropping at her feet. Has Joe met his Bond girl?
First through the doors is Anna, who has a lengthy list of what she wants from her perfect man. She meets her date Liam, who likens dating to hunting a gazelle.
Aaron from Texas moved to London 10 months ago and is still figuring out how to charm British women. His date Sophie claims to have perfected the art of enticing a man with a well-practised stare.
Memories of childhood bullies have knocked Zoe's confidence. Can former ballroom dancer David, who describes himself as 'The Don of the Friendzone', sweep Zoe off her feet?
Self-confessed 'player' Geo wants a steady relationship. Will his flowers and champagne impress Heather? Meanwhile, 82-year-old 'Sauve Harv' meets lifelong singleton Dinah.
Can weightlifter Lucy strike gold with Caroline? Will Star Wars fan Rachel give self-confessed nerd Lachlan a new hope? Art gallery administrator Grace meets Chuks, who was born with short arms.
In this special episode for Stand Up To Cancer, some of the daters discover that they've been matched with celebrity singletons, from Jamie Laing to Jorgie Porter, Anthea Turner and Alexandra Burke
Some like it hot, but is Marilyn Monroe lookalike Elle too hot for fireman Marc to handle? Self-confessed 'player' Geo returns for another shot at love, and he's upping his game.
Model Georgia hits it off with hunky banker Alex. But he's meant to be on a date with Heather. And Hugo returns; can trainee opera singer Olympia hit enough high notes to win him over?
Georgia returns for a date with Alex, who she flirted with in the previous episode. Family life's on the agenda for mum Verona, who meets fireman Paul, and dad Patrick, who meets German-born Thomas.
South London supermarket worker Luke returns. His last visit to the restaurant came off the rails when conversation turned to 'Netflix and chill', but might it be second time lucky, with Shannon?
Bisexual Jo embarks on her first ever date with a woman: 4' 7" personal trainer Naomi. Dean's dream of dating a lady 'kissed by fire' comes true when he meets flame-haired estate agent Kate.
Can policeman Mark cross the thin line between hate and love on a date with self-confessed 'nightmare' Abi? And will latex-loving Shirlie bond with her fellow divorcee Dave?
Can Rhys handle the one-way stream of nanny Georgia's conversation topics, which include: Georgia's schooling, Georgia's dinner preferences, Georgia's holidays and Georgia's fish phobia?
Locksmith Roberto is proud of his Italian roots, but will his poor knowledge of European countries harm his chances with Croatian-born nanny Aleksandra?
Can executive PA Victoria mend sales manager Scott's broken heart, following the break-up of his eight-year relationship? And when stunning Sasha is stood up, waiter Sam comes to the rescue.
Three daters return to the restaurant hoping to pull a cracker in time for Christmas, while some couples who had more luck first time round return too. And one of them gets down on one knee...
Will TV aerial erector Aaron get a good reception for his cheeky one-liners from nursery worker Darcy? And Will vet Simon see past lawyer Arunima's wheelchair?
Can Liam put the right foot forward with podiatrist Coryn? Will Gary's karaoke skills impress Nicole? And Bella has swapped boarding school for the fetish world; does Bertie share her proclivities?
Will hairdresser Lauren fall for party boy Danny's perma-tan chutzpah, or will his Dutch courage put her off? And Paolo returns; can Mario handle his high-heeled alter-ego?
Three-times-divorced Zina is on the hunt for husband number four. How will undertaker-to-the-stars Chris, who's done the honours for Amy Winehouse and for Shane Ritchie's aunt, measure up?
In this special Valentine's episode, Mayfair-based Miki is looking for a man to treat her like a princess. Across the restaurant, self-confessed nerd Sam just wants Daenerys from Game of Thrones.
Is there chemistry between brawny scientist Ashley and single parent Sonia? Burlesque dancer Becky meets budding comedian Lewis. And do Queen fans Gemma and Paolo discover a kind of magic?
Roll-neck-phobe Lucy returns to the restaurant, and this time men are off the menu. Can Dr Nick cure GP Emma's dating dry patch? And will James's love of 1D send Mark in the direction of the door?
Mum and daughter Maria and Charlotte visit the restaurant for the mother of all double dates. Self-confessed 'acquired taste' Dan tries his 'intellectual' flirting technique with biologist Jemma.
How will Loren react when Oliver reveals that he used to run an erotic toy business? Fran, who was named the UK's hottest Milf in 2014, meets builder and part-time erotic thriller writer Colin.
Twelve years ago, a brain injury turned Ben's world upside down. He worries about how dates will react when they learn about his condition. His date Charlotte also has confidence issues.
A Brummie hunk meets a lady who likes tattooed giants, anaesthetist David is looking for a husband but can't remember his date's name, and a couple have four divorces between them
Jess Wright from The Only Way Is Essex, Richard Blackwood, Esther Rantzen and Paralympic table tennis silver medal winner Will Bayley visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public
Pop star Preston of Big Brother fame, Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox, rock chick Jo Wood and Britain's Got Talent winner Ashleigh Butler visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public
Vamps lead singer Brad Simpson, rugby league star Keegan Hirst, Bernie Clifton - without his ostrich - and Atomic Kitten Natasha Hamilton visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public
Jess from Made in Chelsea, weather presenter Sian Lloyd, Daniel Brocklebank (vicar Billy from Corrie) and Musharaf from Educating Yorkshire visit the restaurant for dates with members of the public
On the menu in this episode are five pairs of hopefuls, including an Irishman with Tourette's looking for the man of his dreams, and two singletons with strange dance moves
In this episode there's a double date as 21-year-old best mates Josh and Jack visit the restaurant. And tomboy boat-builder Abbey returns.
Will charming pilot Paul hit it off with gorgeous mum Maria? Is wine connoisseur Jack and It girl Kim's shared taste for the finer things in life the perfect First Dates cocktail?
Hannah and Lee both love festivals; will they make sweet music together? Mary from Liverpool is looking for a 'straight Paul O'Grady'. And 'edgy librarian' lookalike Olivia is on her first ever date.
How will Lorna react when Charlie tells her he's looking for his perfect 'unicorn'? And can Olympic kickboxer Aston inspire Olympic bobsleigh athlete Jordan to turn over a new leaf and settle down?
Can meat-loving teacher Marie control her sledgehammer wit when she finds out that her date, Davin, is a vegan? Sexagenarians Lynda and Philip both like younger men. And DJ Tom is back.
Will young-at-heart octogenarians Patricia and Alan find love? Ruby's only ever had dates with bad boys; how will she react when Kriss reveals his sensitive side? And Jonas says he's completed Tinder.
Are tennis-playing Stephanie and ex-rugby player Stuart a match made in heaven? Janet, who's 71, and George, who's 87, both crave bedtime antics. And self-confessed cougar Marie returns.
Charlotte, who's 24, is bravely returning to the dating scene a year after she was tragically widowed. Teresa's 66 and has a lust for life; can James keep her entertained? And Ruby's back.
Justin, who's 25, has never had a girlfriend; how will Maisie react to the dating methods he learned from a book? Ekow thinks love is insane; will Deborah change his mind? And Teresa returns.
A surprise ending leads to a First Dates first in this episode. The diners looking for love include Bristolian parents Ibiba and Aarron, 82-year-old stand-up comedian Lynn, and fantasy novelist Sarah.
A storm brews as 27-year-old hairdresser Ben breezes in for his date with Daisy, and fantasy writer Sarah returns after her last date went awry. And a steamy first kiss is on the cards.
With his cover boy looks and cut-glass accent, Adam comes straight off the slopes at Verbier for a date with 'ex-pat brat' Sophie. And can diamond in the rough Kevin charm blonde glamazon Meguel?
Danielle is 18 and tired of boys asking to take her for a drive. Is Tom what she's looking for? Colin was born with a birth defect that resulted in a missing leg. He meets bubbly phlebotomist Tracey.
Carl and Marissa's date gets intense, spiritual and really quite steamy
Will Tallulah's date with singer Teddy hit the high notes? Visual glazing enhancer (window cleaner) Daniel bonds with Margot Robbie lookalike Lora over nostril waxing and raving but is he over his ex?
Lee from Leigh meets the girl of his dreams but forgets her name. Meanwhile, in a First Dates first, a mum and her son, Jane and Bobby, visit the restaurant together, each looking for love.
Sophie's used to bad boys. What will she make of gentleman Mehmet? Stunning operations manager Yasmin is looking for Mr Nice Guy; dental practise manager Ryan has a perfect smile, but is he Mr Right?
Elaine's looking for a twinkle-toed gentleman. Does Steve have the right moves? Comedian Vince, who usually only gets a Valentine's card from his mum, meets Brigette Bardot lookalike Anna.
Cupid has a big surprise for mum-of-two Emma. Is lofty rocker Squid the man for six-foot-tall Kat? Charming science student Sameer hopes to meet Mr Right. And will Fran be dapper Will's English rose?
Nervous rugby player Phil meets Sarah who's 21 and has overcome bone cancer. Raymon's 90. He meets ballroom dancing enthusiast Cecelia. And can brickie turned model Frankie charm glamorous PA Rosie?
Susie, a teaching assistant and burlesque performer meets Trekkie-fan Martin. And hairdresser Bonnie hopes semi-pro boxer Perry can show her his more sensitive side.
Eve, who's 22, has alopecia. She's never been on a night out without her wig... until now. Showing off her amazing head tattoo, she stuns teaching assistant Jordan with her beauty.
Can retired policeman Alistair hit the right notes with violinist Maggie? Can charmer Hussein handle bricklayer Molly's banter? Are self-proclaimed misfits Patrick and Angharad perfect for each other?
Twice-divorced Jo commits a faux pas on her date with Dubliner Robbie. Can marketing assistant Alice handle dairy farmer Ben's tales of the finer details of farm life?
Ladies' man Luke meets PR manager Sophie, but can she remember his name? Mum of three Mandy's date with gentle giant Andrew is going well until Mandy - who has Crohn's disease - starts to feel unwell.
Two diners decide to serenade their dates in this episode. Meanwhile, Greig is looking for a feisty man, but is John's brutal honesty a step too far? And Hebe, who's 20, is on her first ever date.
Trainee astronaut Nicky hopes her date, motoring journalist Daniel, can take her to the stars. And road sweeper Bruce, 58, hopes he can find a lady who'll love him for who he is.
Can entrepreneur Russell handle stand-up comedian Kelly's banter? Will self-confessed nerd Mark sweet talk archaeologist Sophie with tales of battle grounds and pyramids?
Dad-of-two Graeme, who's 33 and six foot five, is on his first date since his wife passed away. Rock fan Anthony, who's 64, meets retired nurse and amateur magician Barbara.
Is t'ai chi enthusiast John the yin to dominatrix Sherry's yang? And can karaoke crooner David help Jenni overcome her dating nerves by serenading her at the table?
Ex-cruise ship worker Dale is ready to start looking for love again, five years after his partner passed away. Meanwhile, Fred lets Cici off work early to go on a date of her own.
Teaching assistant Liberty's looking for a man who can handle her 'right amount of crazy'. Octogenarian Doreen wants a man who can keep her on her toes; is author James the one?