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.
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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as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes.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?
Stories of near misses, when life hangs in the balance, presented by Nick Knowles. Today, a skier suffers a leg injury off-piste in a remote part of the Alps. Her guide attempts to ski her to safety, carrying her on his back. And, a little girl calls 999 when her mum goes into Anaphylactic shock after eating an ice cream.
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.
Jimmi confronts his demons, while Rob and Karen have a new arrival at home. Sid tries to help a student who has taken desperate measures to avoid mounting debts.
Father Brown is a British television detective drama, action takes place in a small English village of Cotswold at the beginning of 1950s. Father Brown is a Catholic priest whose great interest is solving murder cases. He uses his brilliant brain as well as his unique ability to understand the anomalies of human nature. He tries to comprehend the criminals. Father Brown has his own life principles and rules, he never discloses anything he hears during Confession, even connected to the murder. When solving the murder cases he gets support of Mrs Bridgette McCarthy, parish secretary, Lady Felicia Montague, local aristocrat, Sid Carter, her driver, and her niece, the Honorable Penelope "Bunty" Windermere.
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.
In this episode, three entrepreneurs come together to discover what our cast of customers think of their inventions. Joined in the studio by presenter Lucy Alexander, the nervous inventors watch footage of customers as they unbox, test, review and score their precious products In today's episode, we meet Lisa, Joe and Lottie, all hoping to receive the highest scores from the customers to be crowned today's winner. Parents to three small children, Lisa and Luke were conscious of their family's carbon footprint, so when their eldest son was made an "eco- warrior" at primary school, they wanted to do their bit. Researching sustainable materials, they hit upon recycled rice husks which they used to make biodegradable lunch boxes which they hope will help spread the eco word. Former archaeologist Joe loved nothing more than a freshly ground cup of coffee in the morning, but what he didn't love was digging out the mushy grains from his cafetiere after. So Joe came up with a cafetiere accessory with a dual purpose base which improves the flavour of coffee on plunging and scoops up the grounds with a simple twist when finished. Taking her son to school on his scooter was part of Lottie's daily routine, but one too many down pours, leaving her wrestling with wet layers and jackets gave Lottie her lightbulb moment, an all in one waterproof for children with no need to remove shoes, a hood which fits over helmets and hidden magnets for a lightning fasten. Once all three inventors have watched the customer reviews and given their own thoughts on the feedback, Lucy reveals who has won the coveted The Customer is Always Right winner's trophy.
Antiques Road Trip takes two antique experts on a mission to earn the greatest profit from buying antiques and collectables which are then sold at auction. The winner is the antique expert that makes the greater profit over five legs, with each leg being a single programme normally broadcast Monday to Friday. Once each auction has completed, the amount in each of the expert's kitty once costs are deducted becomes their new budget for the next day. With the experts travelling to different destinations in a classic car that changes every week, what treasures will they be able to find around the UK? First shown on BBC Two and now BBC One since 2013, Antiques Road Trip also features a Celebrity Antiques Road Trip version, airing since 2011 with an expert pairing up a celebrity. Whatever money is left in the kitty after the show is donated to the Children in Need charity.
The high pressure game show, where pointless answers are the way to win. Contestants not only have to answer questions correctly, but give the answer that scores the least points. They do this by coming up with the least obvious answers, that other people struggle to come up with in a survey of individuals. A correct answer that nobody else managed to say is a pointless answer, the best possible outcome. A pointless answer in the final round is how you win the jackpot, cash prize, which grows with every episode until someone wins.
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EPISODE ONE The group get their first taste of the chaotic Indian traffic on the bus to Puducherry, which provides a bumpy introduction to their new life and leaves them both relieved and delighted to arrive at their new home by the sea. Although Britt struggles with the heat and Paul, missing his wife, is struck down with an upset stomach, the group throw themselves into their new surroundings ready to embrace retired life in India. Keen to see what the region has to offer, some of the women take up an invitation from their host to visit her farm and learn about the home grown produce. Inspired by the food on their doorstep, back at the Haveli Susie, Barbara and Zandra get to know each other, as they learn to make some traditional southern Indian dishes for the rest of the group for dinner. Considering if Puducherry is somewhere they could put down roots, the senior citizens embrace everything within the local vicinity, including an early morning trip to the beach for a dip in the Indian Ocean, a visit to a traditional coffee house and a trip to Puducherry's vibrant and colourful Goubert Market. Whilst Yoga enthusiast Duncan wastes no time immersing himself into the local way of life, he encourages John to join him as they embrace this ancient Indian practice together, with mixed results for John. Before the week is out and keen to explore the health benefits of living abroad, Susie and Henry decide to visit an Ayurvedic doctor to see if he can help with the aches and pains of old age. Susie is impressed with the doctor's healing hands, and shocked at his precise diagnoses, when he reveals more than expected!
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