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In the final episode of Countryfile Spring Diaries, John Craven is exploring the counties at the very heart of England and celebrating their Spring beauty, wildlife and built heritage. Today he visits Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire, and in Worcestershire he calls in at the former home of Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway. Jules Hudson is on the coast in Cornwall investigating what happens to our pets when we can no longer look after them ourselves. Barry Livingstone recently lost his wife Mary and has had several strokes himself. Their energetic boxer dog Max badly needed exercise, and in order to hold onto his beloved pet, help was necessary. The cinnamon trust charity saved the day. They match volunteers with pet owners, and they introduced Barry to Cadi. She now regularly walks Max and has helped out in other ways too, raising the alarm when she found Barry when he had fallen at home. The charity's work doesn't end there, because when pets are bereaved, they may need a new "forever home" and an animal sanctuary like no other has been set up by The Trust's founder Avril Jarvis. Orphaned pets live in a house, amongst sofas and chairs from their former homes. Jules is struck by the quiet calm atmosphere, a stark contrast to kennels he has visited, with this many dogs. Avril has helped 144,000 pets this year alone, and to her the secret of her success is easy, "It's love, but that doesn't work on its own you also have to have care, put the two together and it works". Earlier in the week Margherita Taylor followed the work of the dedicated volunteers who rescue the wildlife that is injured by marine litter on our shores. Ideally these creatures are treated on the beach and released straight back into the water, but a tragic few will never return to the waves again. The Cornish seal sanctuary, based on the pretty Helford estuary in Gweek, runs a seal hospital to care for the more extreme cases. Some of the seals admitted here will have surgery for their injuries and others will have treatment for pneumonia or broken bones. The goal is to release as many as possible into the wild again, and today five rehabilitated seals are at last ready to go back to the ocean! Paul Martin is exploring our passion for daffodils, but our enthusiasm for this flower could actually be threatening the survival of the one and only native daffodil that we have left. He heads to the village of Oxenhall in Gloucestershire, where they refuse to let the only British native daff go down without a fight! Paul learns that this smaller more fragile flower is being out competed by the bigger hardier hybrids that we buy from our garden centres, so what can be done? On their annual daffodil weekend, the local villagers are pulling hybrids out of the grass verges, and all along the 14KM walk that they are conserving carefully as a site for "native daffodils only". Paul learns about the historical significance of our most colourful spring bloom and concludes that when it comes to daffs, you do not want to mess with the people of Oxenhall! Steve Brown is on a sci-fi mission. As he steps into his sterile suit, scrubs up and passes through an air lock system you would be mistaken for thinking that he was heading into space. He is in fact entering the UK's most high-tech farm. More than 400 tonnes of herbs are grown here each year in high rise units stacked with seed trays that stretch up to 11 metres high, all bathed in an eyrie pink glow from LED lights. The crops are all virtually untouched by human hands. Steve asks if this is the way all food will be grown in the future, with populations expanding, but the farmland that we have available to grow food on remaining the same size. Will all farms look like this in the future? John also shares the most impressive places to see the Spring Tides, and Ellie Harrison explores some tree houses for grown-ups!
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
The Customer Is Always Right
Footage of incidents caught on CCTV, when everyday events were transformed into disasters and occasionally battles for survival.
Long-running British reality programme in which two teams of amateur antiques collectors are give one hour to spend £300 at a trade fair and then sell their bargains at an auction : with a profit.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
BBC London News
Al's bedside manner is questioned by two medical students. Ayesha starts to wonder if she's taken on too much and a mysterious piece of under wear causes intrigue at The Mill.
Rick Edwards hosts Impossible : the quiz with a third dimension. In traditional quiz shows, questions have just right answers and wrong answers. But here there's a twist : the Impossible answer. It's not just wrong, it couldn't possibly be right. It's the last chance for the remaining 17 contestants to compete for a possible £10,000 jackpot. Right answers take them closer to the big money, but if at any stage they give an Impossible answer, they will immediately be knocked out. The winner of every show faces the £10,000 question. Three right answers will trigger a spectacular cascade of 10,000 pound coins from a giant exclamation mark, but a single Impossible answer means they will leave with nothing.
Jules Hudson is tasked with helping a couple who have a £500,000 budget and a dream of leaving their city life in Bristol behind them and finding their perfect country home in Monmouthshire.
Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Vintage bike restorer Tim Gunn brings all his skill to bear on a wartime bicycle once owned and used by a Bletchley Park code breaker. Huw Banister's mum Rachel rode to and from work every day on this trusty machine, as she strove to crack enemy communications during World War Two. But the subsequent years have not been kind to Rachel's bike, which has stood gathering dust for decades. Now in her nineties, Huw would love Rachel to see her beloved bicycle made roadworthy, and to see it ridden once again. Soft toy restorers Amanda and Julie take on a bear on wheels, much loved by his owner Janet, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a child. Janet used her sturdy friend to learn to walk, and fondly dubbed him 'Wheelie Ted'. But poor old Wheelie Ted is now a shadow of his former self. Worst of all, to save this dilapidated toy from further deterioration, he was sewn into a new cover sixty years ago and has been kept under wraps ever since. Once the cover is removed, Amanda and Julie discover that he's missing his face… and with no eyes, ears or a nose, it's a challenge to give this little bear his smile back. And it's a family affair as horologist Steve Fletcher recruits fellow expert and sister Suzie to work on a neglected and battered old Victorian firefighter's helmet.
The quiz returns for a twenty-first series in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman.
Topical magazine programme featuring top stories from across the country.
Still Open All Hours
Honey makes a big decision about her future. Things go from bad to worse for the Slaters.
Sports quiz show featuring two teams of celebrity guests and their captains.
Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Katherine Ryan, and panellists Andy Hamilton and Cariad Lloyd, all from the worlds of comedy, journalism and current affairs.
Comedy game show with celebrity guests revealing personal stories about their life, some of which are true, some of which are not.
Global weather forecast.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Hollywood star KEANU REEVES, in new action thriller "John Wick: Chapter 3 : Parabellum"; Aussie pop queen KYLIE MINOGUE; TARON EGERTON and JAMIE BELL, playing Elton John and Bernie Taupin in biopic "Rocketman"; and "Dr Foster" star SURANNE JONES, in new BBC drama "Gentleman Jack". With music from MICHAEL RICE, who performs the UK Eurovision entry "Bigger Than Us".
Sex on the Couch
Les récents événéments ont profondément affecté Eve, renforçant sa détermination à mettre la main sur Villanelle. Les renseignements récupérés à Berlin permettent d'identifier le responsable des fuites au sein des renseignements anglais. Konstantin n'a plus confiance en la tueuse à gages et lui annonce qu'elle agira désormais en équipe. Arrivée en Angleterre, elle retrouve Diego et une ancienne connaissance, Nadia, et apprend que leur cible est un membre des services secrets britanniques...
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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