Join the BBC's former political editor Andrew Marr and his guests as they discuss all the political and cultural issues of the week ever Sunday morning on BBC One. Andrew is a famous journalist in the United Kingdom for his unique way of telling the stories and his brutal interviewing techniques. This Sunday morning political discussion program has regular newspaper reviewers from famous UK newspaper journalists. The show also features a news update from a presenter of BBC Breakfast and an update on the weather prospects for the week ahead. Andrew Marr interviews key figures from the government and important MPs who are involved in the week's stories about politics. Andrew does not like it when the questions he asks aren't answered by politicians, so expect a lot of repetition of questions.
The Bishop of Dover, The Right Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin leads the service for the Third Sunday After Easter from Hereford Cathedral. With hymns recorded by Songs of Praise in 2017 and was filmed before the closure of all church buildings was announced.
Learn the tricks of the trade when you go to the auctions with Homes Under the Hammer. Join presenters Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes. Watch as ordinary people breathe new life into the otherwise unloved houses, and find out how well they managed to stay within budget. Will they sell and make a profit, or have they invested too much money in a project that wont sell?
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.
The latest news from the BBC,which is designed to inform you on current affairs. The BBC is aims to be a totally impartial public service broadcaster, and was established by Royal Charter. The BBC is funded by a licence fee paid by British households, and is regulated by Ofcom. They aim to create high-quality content, in order to inform and educate, but also entertain, their audience Millions of people from all over the world watch content produced by the BBC, and they are well respected as a media company. It was founded in 1922, with its headquarters in Westminster, London.
Weather for the Week Ahead
Sean Fletcher introduces highlights of when Songs of Praise has travelled to ancient places of pilgrimage. He looks back at his own journey, walking bare foot across the sands, to the breath-taking abbey of Mont St Michel in Northern France and discovers why it has been one of Europe's most important sacred sites for well over a thousand years. Further south in France, there's another chance to see Rev. Kate Bottley joining the six million pilgrims that visit Lourdes each year. She learns more about the visions of the Virgin Mary that first began drawing people to the site in the 19th century and shares a special experience with a pilgrim who has come to bathe in the waters. Claire McCollum learns more of the spiritual significance of pilgrimage as she climbs Crough Patrick in Western Ireland and Pam Rhodes discovers the unique story of Walsingham : a place of deep spirituality for both Anglicans and Catholics. With wonderful hymns and songs recorded before the current restrictions, celebrating the theme of pilgrimage.
The 1981 London Marathon : A Historical First
Push factors from the noisy, bustling cities of Britain, combined with the alluring peace of the countryside, has the population dreaming of homes in more scenic surroundings. Escape to the Country sees buyers from different areas on the UK considering their options to settle down in the English countryside. Presenters show off a range of prospective homes, before they must make their final decision towards the end of the show. Each episode taking place in a different region of the UK, we see a wide variety of beautiful homes across the country.
Money for Nothing
Penguins : Spy in the Huddle
With the country still in lockdown Matt's on his home patch doing all the jobs he's not had time to do, until now. We see him get stuck in building a pond, meeting a peregrine who lacks the confidence to hunt, and he gets crafty with the paint brushes in his back garden. Also in the programme wildlife film maker Jack Perks reveals the wonderful world beneath the water of his garden pond, Adam's got a lot a lot of hungry mouths to feed on the farm, and in the first of a series of new films Kate Humble takes us round her home village to find out how the community is pulling together in these challenging times.
The Roadshow returns to Castle Ward in Northern Ireland, an unusual 18th century mansion and backdrop to hit TV series, Game of Thrones. Here, Fiona Bruce delves into the story of Mary Ward, a gifted scientist, author and astronomer who lived here in the 19th century. Today's Roadshow uncovers some fantastic treasures including two sculptures made out of ostrich eggs, a set of jewellery decorated with scarab beetles that survived being baked in an oven and a watch designed for astronauts to wear on the moon. Military expert Robert Tilney unearths some top secret D-Day plans, while Mark Smith comes across medals awarded to three generations of the same family, including a rare Special Boat Services medal.
Secrets of Survival. Primates have conquered the world, from snow-capped mountains to dusty backstreets, impassable flooded forests and the open savannah. In this episode we reveal the extraordinary strategies monkeys, apes and lemurs must use to survive in the most unexpected places. Times are hard for a troop of bearded capuchins in Brazil's badlands. These scorched canyons have had no rain for 8 straight months. Food and water are scarce but these monkeys have a solution. They are some of the smartest animals in the World, and can think their way out of trouble. The younger troop members watch and learn, as their elders do something very few primates can: they use tools… and not only that, they make them too! It's this strategy that means they can find the food they need to survive. In South Africa, rarely seen bush babies are also in search of food, in the lean times of winter. They make nightly, after hours raids of the city zoo to find food. With the zoo's predatory residents safely behind bars, the bush babies can feast in comparative safety. For other primates, the challenge is social. On a remote Island off Africa's west Coast, we meet the drill, perhaps the least known monkey of all. Males must fight for their place in the hierarchy, and those who can't compete are exiled. We meet two such outcasts, who form an uneasy association to get by. Against the lush green backdrop of India's Western Ghats, lion-tailed macaques have ditched cooperation for exploitation. With monsoon rains, comes jackfruit season. These massive, 10kg hulks are the largest tree fruits in the world. But how to tell which is ripe? These clever primates let giant squirrels work it out, and then muscle in on the feast. Or try to…! The squirrels don't give up easily : even slapstick face slaps won't put them off! So the macaques resort to theft, cutting the stems and dropping the fruit, out of the squirrels reach, onto the ground. On the edge of the Congo basin, the mist-shrouded volcanic slopes are home to some of the largest and most familiar primates of all. The silverback mountain gorilla has a surprising, recently discovered strategy for success. He stakes his claim for dominance with a defiant display of strength. But when his young offspring refuse to respect his authority, he reveals his softer side. It seems this leader is more than just an aggressive guardian, he is gentle and affectionate too. The latest research shows that caring fathers are the most successful silverbacks, raising up to five times more young. From baboons facing down a leopard, and lemurs exploiting the natural jungle pharmacy, to rhesus macaques charming their way to an easy life. Meet the primates solving life's problems in the most extraordinary places, and in the most surprising ways.
Après qu'elle ait été abattue par Vilanelle, Eve, ayant survécu, essaye de remonter la pente, tandis que Vilanelle la pense morte. Eve se cache de son entourage afin que personne ne découvre la vérité. Alors que les deux jeunes femmes ne sont pas amenées à se recroiser, un événement violent et choquant qui les concerne personnellement va pourtant les engager sur une même trajectoire. C'est ainsi que Vilanelle apprend qu'Eve est en vie : un jeu du chat et de la souris débute. Un voyage retour qui leur coûtera amis, famille et allégeances...
The Elephant Man
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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