Join Carol Kirkwood in her alphabetical journey through television gardening.
Great British Garden Revival
Secrets of the British countryside, ranging from farming, food and environmental issues to the daily trials and tribulation of the rural life.
Relive the best moments of James Martin's Saturday Kitchen.
Snooker : World Championships
Coast, as the name suggests is a specific look at the nations shoreline, its people, industries, history and wildlife. Even putting these constrains on the matter at hand, its still a mammoth task to fit 12000 miles of coastline into thirteen shows but the result is a remarkable, informative and totally watchable series that explores a wealth of fascinating human stories through a mixture of expert comment, contemporary storytelling and computer-generated images. This is the coast as never seen before.
The Beechgrove Garden is a hardy annual TV gardening series which sets out to deal with, glory in and celebrate Scottish horticulture and growing conditions.
Angela Scanlon helps couples try before they buy as two rival architects reveal radical new visions for homes using virtual reality, but which will be built in the real world?
Prince of Persia : The Sands of Time
Dans la Perse ancienne, Dastan a été recueilli par le roi Sharaman et élevé comme un prince. Au cours d'un siège, Dastan s'empare d'une dague permettant de voyager dans le temps. Quand Sharaman est empoisonné, Dastan, soupçonné du crime, doit s'enfuir. Il est accompagné de la princesse Tamina...
Adventurer and naturalist Steve Backshall is on a mission to visit parts of the world yet to be explored. On this expedition he's in the arctic to kayak up the largest fjord in the world. It's a dangerous undertaking, only made possible because the sea ice has broken up early here following the warmest winter on record. It's a chance for Steve and his team of explorers to see what impact global warming could be having on this pristine wilderness. They'll face many threats: from perilous sea ice that could crush their boats, to a terrifying encounter with a hungry polar bear.
Inimitable actress Miriam Margolyes is rather terrified of death. In this thought provoking and entertaining new documentary series, she's on a mission to confront her fear of ageing and death and tackle our greatest taboo : our own mortality. With her unique mix of charm, cheek and intellectual curiosity Miriam's travelling through the UK, Europe and America taking an unflinching look at different approaches and attitudes to dealing with death. In Episode One Miriam checks in to Wren Hall, a dementia care home, to see what getting old might actually look like. With average life expectancy for women in the UK at 82, Miriam, 77, knows statistically she hasn't got long left and the chances are, like most of us, she'll end up in a home. She meets Geoff, who visits his wife June every day following her stroke six years ago. June's condition means she can only repeat a few phrases and Miriam sees the love in their relationship hasn't died but wonders if there are any other real alternatives to facing the inevitable decline. Terrified and chastened she heads to America to meet people who believe that soon we'll not only be able to "cure ageing" but with radical medical and technological advances we could actually "defeat" death enabling us to live forever. In California Miriam heads to RAAD Fest : the world's largest gathering of life enthusiasts. The Revolution Against Ageing and Death festival attracts thousands of people, with some going to extreme and even dangerous lengths to prevent ageing and prolong life. Miriam discovers a growing industry of people selling the secrets of how to stay alive long enough to live forever; from secretly developed Russian "tissue normalising" pills to human battery chargers and even plastic "pocket rockets" to increase frequent orgasm and increase the chances of radical life extension. Rather than meeting a "bunch of crackpots" as she expected, Miriam starts to wonder whether maybe we're the ones who've got it all wrong and life doesn't have to be so final after all. Pioneers of the super longevity movement are the eerily youthful 82-year-old Bernadene and cryotherapy enthusiast Jim. At their monthly meeting in Arizona Miriam sees a growing community of people who are trying to achieve "unlimited lifespans" by thinking and feeling differently about how we deal with death. In his -140-degree Celsius cryo chamber Miriam learns of Jim's philosophy that rather than waste our lives because we all think death is inevitable, why not aspire to immortality and improving the world with our wisdom? Energised but not entirely convinced, Miriam wonders if technology and a different mental attitude aren't the only ways to stave off death. Loma Linda, near San Diego, is one of the world's five 'Blue Zones', longevity hotspots where people live longer than anyone else on earth and residents survive ten years longer than the average American. It's also home to over nine thousand Seventh Day Adventists : strict believers in healthy living and a devotion to God. Miriam joins 71-year-old Marijke at water aerobics : part of her daily three-hour exercise regime. Surrounded by hundreds of sprightly pensioners, all preaching the gospel to fitness and Jesus, Miriam next accompanies Ida to her experimental laughter therapy session at Loma Linda's medical university. According to university professor Dr Berk, laughter really is one of the best medicines when it comes to helping us stay healthy. In one of the research labs, hooked up to a brain scanner, pensioner Ida is in hysterics watches a series of comedy clips as Dr Berk's team measure her neurological activity. It's good news : Ida's brain is buzzing with positive frequencies, which helps reduce the stress hormone cortisol which attacks our immune system. The net result, he concludes, means laughter helps us stay healthier and in theory live longer. But not everyone wants to laugh their way to long life. For some, the answer to super longevity is found in science. At the Church of Perpetual Life in Florida, Miriam meets founder Bill Falloon. His church doesn't involve God but rather a devotion to supplements that may keep you alive long enough to allow you to benefit from scientific breakthroughs that will lead to immortality. But they don't come cheap and Miriam begins to wonder whether fighting death and achieving a healthy never-ending old age is beyond the pockets of most and wonders what this means for those who
THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN return to the stage for their first UK tour in over 12 years with their brand new live show "THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN LIVE AGAIN!" captured exclusively for the BBC. The tour features BAFTA Award winning comedy legends REECE SHEARSMITH, STEVE PEMBERTON, MARK GATISS and JEREMY DYSON bringing their deliciously dark and unhinged fictional village of Royston Vasey to theatres and arenas across the country. The critically acclaimed black comedy which originally ran from 1999 : 2002 on BBC Two, returned to television screens with three brand-new programmes for Christmas 2017 to celebrate 20 years since the show began. This stunning live show is captured at the Eventim Apollo in London and features the very best work from The League of Gentlemen and all the familiar faces from Royston Vasey, including Papa Lazarous, Edward and Tubbs, Pamela Doove, The Dentons, Mr Chinnery, Geoff, Mike & Brian, The Reverend Bernice Woodall, Les McQueen and of course Pauline and Mickey from the Job Centre. Find out what finally happens in depths of the wife mine, how Mickey and Pauline end up sharing the same bed on stage and how the Reverend Bernice reacts to a complaint from the audience. There is also a special performance from Legz Akimbo and an ambitious new play from Ollie Plimsolls. It's a fast paced visual and musical feast from start to finish with spectacular sets and extraordinary special effects and the added excitement of audience participation with Herr Lipp on stage. This is a true celebration of one of the most iconic sketch shows of all time and promises continued laughter from the moment it explodes onto our screens.
Frankie Boyle's New World Order
Snooker : World Championship Highlights
Snooker : World Championship Extra
A year in the life of abstract artist Sean Scully, one of the world's richest painters, little known at home, but a superstar abroad, as he flies around the world to open 15 major museum exhibitions : a journey that also reveals his extraordinary life story. Now, at the age of 73, Scully opens up about his unique experiences spanning 55 years in an often hostile art world, how he built a reputation from nothing, having grown up penniless on the streets of Dublin and London, often homeless as a child and running with street gangs as a teenager, to turn his striped paintings into the huge success they are today.
The medical drama series which takes the viewer further into Holby City Hospital : home of British television's most popular medical series, Casualty.Series One introduces the close-knit team who work in and around Darwin ward. This is the world of operating theatres, life-saving heart transplants, long-term care for coma patients and bed shortages. The ambitious doctors and nurses are armed with an impressive range of skills to give patients what they expect : a new life.Different variations of the theme music have been introduced throughout the show's history. The longest running was the original theme, which ran for fifteen years between 1986 and 2001.
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