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British football programme presenting highlights of the day's matches in English football's top division, the Premier League. It is one of the BBC's longest-running shows, having been on air since 22 August 1964. Since 1999, the show has been presented by the former England captain Gary Lineker, who is usually joined by two pundits to analyse and review the day's action.
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This Sunday, 8th March, The Big Questions comes live from Oasis Academy MediaCityUK in Salford.
Two teams of amateur antique collectors meet at an antiques fair to compete to make the largest profit from a three hundred pound budget. The teams receive some guidance from experts, who recommend which items are likely to make the largest profits.The teams are split into red and blue, and the contestants are allowed to keep any profit that they make at auction. Once the contestants have done the shopping for their own items, the experts then take any leftover money and go shopping for more antiques. Any goods purchased by the experts are 'bonus buys'. The teams then have to decide whether or not to take these items to auction, as they are not guaranteed to make profit. The show has been broadcasting since March 2000, and was awarded Most Popular Daytime Programme in 2002, and Best Lifestyle Show in 2003. It was also nominated for Most Popular Factual Entertainment Programme in 2003.
A British game show involving food! Two members of the British public are given a five pound budget to buy food products that the chefs can use in their cooking. Depending on the episode, the budget can be changed. With the ingredients that have been bought, chefs have to create dishes; a main course and a quickie bag within a twenty minute time limit, they tend to name them cheesy names. The show is a fun and entertaining one as the time limits are just that : limiting. You often see the chefs running around madly trying to finish their dishes! The winner receives cash prizes.
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On International Women's Day Katherine Jenkins learns how a 100 year-old charity, Save The Children, was founded by Christian sisters Eglantyne Jebb and Dorothy Buxton. Author Clare Mulley explains how the sisters' campaigning work for starving children after World War One led to the formation of the charity and the establishing of what is now the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Katherine meets Christian medics John and Sally Rawlinson, inspired by the story of Eglantyne and Dorothy to work overseas with children and families in the aftermath of the 1972 civil war in Yemen. Children's author Michelle Sloan introduces her book celebrating women of the Bible to a group of schoolchildren. And JB Gill lends a hand to boutique charity shop manager Eugene Cooper in Wandsworth and hears how the Christian faith motivates him and fellow volunteer Bethany Hendrikse in their charity work. All the hymns and songs this week, from across the UK, are by female writers.
Six Nations Build Up
Blue Planet II
It's International Women's Day, and we're in Somerset on the Holnicote Estate. Anita Rani will meet Holly Purdley who farms with a baby on her back and her three year old as her farmhand. She's part of a local "Women in Farming" group, which aims to reduce the isolation often felt by women who live and work on farms. And as Matt Baker's finding out, the picturesque Holnicote Estate is also at the beginning of an innovative river restoration project, that's the first of its kind in the UK. It's also home to a new "family" of beavers. It's a busy day on Adam Henson's Farm as he gets ready for the lambing ahead. And our special guest reporter, "The Red Shepherdess" Hannah Jackson, looks at whether times have really changed for women in farming.
Antiques show in which a team of experts travels around Britain and invites local people to have their collections evaluated.
There's chaos at the bungalow as work begins to strip out the old kitchen. Alan's new supermarket job brings an unexpected challenge when Harrison, a wild local lad, takes a shine to him, and an overburdened Celia is called upon to travel by bus. Caroline is shaken when an unsavoury accusation causes her to question how people see her, and when a colleague throws in the towel at the last minute, she must brace herself to present the school Q&A unprepared. The giraffe continues to torment Gillian, and when her newly expanded flock cause havoc down in Mill Bank, PC Cheryl comes back on the scene, pushing Gillian to her wits' end. Exhausted after an emotionally draining day at work, Alan gets the distinct feeling he's being followed home, and a hungover Judith has an epiphany that leaves Caroline with an unwanted lodger. When the truth about Ted's last-minute trip comes to light, Alan has little sympathy. A knock on the door brings some distressing news.
Shane Williams is on a journey to understand how the world of rugby, from grass roots to the highest levels, is working to reduce concussions in the modern day game helping to make the sport safer for future generations. Much loved by the nation and the rugby world, Shane's journey is inspired by his children as he asks how to make his beloved sport safer for their generation and others to come. As part of his journey, Shane will talk to both players past and present and will meet medical professionals, the governing bodies including World Rugby and those involved at the grass roots level of the sport in the UK and abroad.
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