Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
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.
Antiques show in which a team of experts travels around Britain and invites local people to have their collections evaluated.
The Week in Parliament
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
A 11 ans, Alexander Cooper enchaîne quotidiennement les mésaventures et les déconvenues. Il fait face à l'incompréhension des membres de sa famille qui nagent dans le bonheur. Un jour, pourtant, ils connaissent à leur tour le même sort que lui et s'apprêtent à vivre la pire journée de leur existence...
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The TV That Made Me
Nature's Greatest Dancers
Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
JEREMY VINE hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Can today's challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show?
A heart-warming series that celebrates inspirational farming families and the rural events where they showcase their hard work, as they try to win the top prizes.
Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which specialises in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionaly provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
Mrs Thatcher's victory in the 1979 General Election propels her into power as Britain's first female Prime Minister. On the steps of Downing Street she promises "hope" and "harmony" but her first two years are characterised by disruption and division. Her first cabinet is split between a small group who are aligned with her plans for radical change, but the majority are experienced ministers from the traditional power base of the party who prefer a more consensual style of politics. From day one there is friction between Mrs Thatcher and some of her senior colleagues. She also confronts an economy that is in deep trouble. All the indicators are pointing in the wrong direction with inflation rising, unemployment spiralling and public spending growing. The government have to raise taxes and interest rates but these tend to make things worse. A year after taking power Mrs Thatcher sees the economy plunge into the deepest recession since the great depression. As the heavy industries that are the backbone of many British communities collapse unemployment starts to climb. Mrs Thatcher refuses to reinflate the economy and invest millions in failing industries. She gains a public reputation as uncaring and harsh that will become part of her image and her legacy. Within her own party there is deep dispute about economic policy and she is forced into a famous conference speech asserting her determination, stating "You turn if you want to. The lady's not for turning". Within Cabinet Mrs Thatcher's style creates tensions. Many of her colleagues find her demanding and argumentative and she finds many of them indecisive and insufficiently committed to her political philosophy. In stark contrast her close staff however find her an unusually sympathetic and attentive boss. 1981 is a year of unrest and change. Serious riots scar British inner cities with many pointing the finger at Mrs Thatcher and her policies as the cause of the trouble. In government Mrs Thatcher's doubters are emboldened and seek to force her into a change of direction. But the Prime Minister refuses to relent and moves against her critics removing them from Cabinet and bringing in allies who will back her as she leads Britain into the turbulence of the 1980's. Featuring interviews with the surviving members of her first Cabinet John Nott, Michael Heseltine, Norman Fowler and David Howell, her Private Secretaries Tim Lankester, John Cole and Nick Sanders, her Personal Assistant Cynthia Crawford, her Protection Officer Barry Strevens, Downing Street Secretary Janice Richards and Press Secretary Bernard Ingham. We also hear from senior Tories who were close to her including Michael Dobbs, Lord Gowrie, Jonathan Aitken, Norman Tebbit, Kenneth Baker and Nigel Lawson as well as political opponent David Owen.
I Love the 1980s
Steve Wright presents a look back at the Top of the Pops archives, and gives asome information on the acts that have appeared over the years. Occasional 'specials' are also produced.
En 1985, dans l'Angleterre de Margaret Thatcher, Brian Jackson intègre l'université de Bristol. Après une enfance passée dans l'amour de la connaissance et un goût prononcé pour les concours de culture générale, Brian devient rapidement l'un des brillants élèves de l'établissement...
Panorama goes undercover inside a hospital for vulnerable adults and reveals patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by abusive staff. In shocking footage, reporter Olivia Davies films patients with autism and learning difficulties being deliberately provoked by staff who then physically restrain them. The Panorama investigation comes eight years after the programme exposed the scandal of abuse at Winterbourne View, another specialist hospital. Then, the Government promised to reform care for the most vulnerable. Now they stand accused of failing to keep that promise by families, campaigners and whistleblowers.
Since Nadiya Hussain won Bake Off in 2015 she's rarely been off our screens. But behind the scenes Nadiya suffers from extreme anxiety and debilitating panic attacks, which she's had since childhood. For decades, she has kept her anxiety a secret, ashamed to speak out. She's never had a proper diagnosis, but thinks she has an anxiety disorder, and with around 5 million people suffering from the condition in the UK, Nadiya is not alone. In this new one-off documentary for BBC One, Nadiya sets out to find the cause of her anxiety, exploring the most effective, available treatments, whilst having therapy herself, in the hope of managing her anxiety. She speaks bravely and honestly about what it's like to live with anxiety and panic attacks; undergoing a course of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, each session is a step into the unknown. At times, it's a difficult process, revealing buried memories and key moments from her past. These sessions are raw and honest, but Nadiya hopes her openness will inspire others to seek help rather than suffer in silence. She wants to understand how anxiety is affecting the nation's health, meeting fellow sufferers in the hope of understanding her own issues. Nadiya talks to Laura Bartley, about her experiences of treating her anxiety with medication, she visits a school in Brighton to see how they are tackling anxiety in their students and she goes online to meet Barry McDonagh, who offers support and therapy to an online community of around 250,000. Nadiya wants to find out if her anxiety was something she was born with, fearing she might pass it onto her children. At Kings College London, Nadiya hopes ground breaking research into the role of genetics and environment on anxiety disorders can give her the answers she needs. Raw, open and honest, this documentary will speak to the millions of people in the UK suffering with anxiety disorders, shining a light and starting a debate about on an increasingly pressing issue.
Secrets of the British countryside, ranging from farming, food and environmental issues to the daily trials and tribulation of the rural life.
This is BBC Two
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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