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Au printemps 1944, les Allemands ont de bonnes raisons de croire que les Alliés préparent un débarquement en Normandie. Harvey et Logan, membres du Deuxième Bureau, reçoivent pour mission de tout mettre en oeuvre pour persuader les Allemands que les troupes partiront des côtes d'Afrique...
Go on a road trip across the UK with antiques experts Mark Stacey and Paul Laidlaw as they search for hidden treasues to sell them at an auction.
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.
Nigel Slater continues his Middle Eastern culinary adventure by visiting Turkey, home to one of the world's grandest cuisines. Travelling from the bustling megacity of Istanbul, to the rural heartlands of Central Anatolia, and through the Mountains of the Black Sea, Nigel discovers a vast and varied landscape, rich with tradition and local flavour. Nigel starts in Istanbul, previously Constantinople, the capital which at its height was the epicentre of the most exciting food in the world. Here Nigel gets a taste of Ottoman cuisine, the exuberant dishes of the Sultans but Istanbul also ignites his curiosity to find out about the home cooked dishes of rural Turkey. Turkey is one of only a handful of nations that has the ability to be self-sufficient. Its hugely diverse landscape produces a spectacular range and quantity of produce that defines its local cuisine. Nigel travels to Central Anatolia where he meets families who are working hard to preserve their traditional food culture in the face of mounting modernity. Nigel also explores the Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey, where he discovers the truly mosaic-like quality of Turkish culture and cuisine. Nigel arrives in Trabzon, to find misty mountains, covered in tea plantations, before he begins a journey through the Kachal mountains, discovering the transient life of the pastoral nomads whose culture still dominates these parts. Turkey is set to yet again become one of the most influential nations on earth and by cooking and eating with a diverse range of people, Nigel gets a fascinating insight not only into the food but also life in modern Turkey.
Chris Packham, Iolo Williams and Michaela Strachan are live again from the Cairngorms National Park, where the camera team has been staking out the Caldenonian Pine forests to catch the resident wildlife in action. Gillian Burke is back in Birmingham explaining how we can all get involved in the Springwatch "Gardenwatch" campaign.
One family. Worlds apart. Early in the story of The Planets, there was a beautiful water world, an oasis of hope in a sterile universe. But this was not Earth : this was the young Mars. Professor Brian Cox's continues his tour of the solar system revealing that it was once home to not one, but two blue planets. For millions of years, Mars enjoyed oceans blanketed by a thick atmosphere and a temperature climate. Whilst at the same moment Earth was a far less favourable habitat. Our planet was toxic to life today, her atmosphere choked with carbon dioxide and her oceans, acidic. And both planets were about to face another trial. As they reached the end of their adolescence, a solar system wide cataclysm threatened them both. Called the Late Heavy Bombardment, this event saw asteroids rain down on every inch of the planets for tens of millions of years, resurfacing vast areas of both worlds. But as the dust settled, both sister worlds emerged : ripe with the conditions for life to begin. But deep inside the molten metal in Mars' core was rapidly cooling. And in time the planet's protective magnetic field would fail, causing Mars' atmosphere to be slowly stripped away by the solar wind. As temperatures plummeted, Mars' surface froze. Her oceans gone : for a while volcanic activity ocassionally melts the ice, creating the largest waterfalls the solar system has ever seen. Today, Mars is an arid desert world that long ago had the same potential as Earth. Which begs a big question: did life get a start on both worlds? In search of the answer, plans are afoot to take humans to the red planet; so perhaps one-day soon we will become the Martians.
Stand-up comedy from the Apollo Theatre in west London.
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.
Global weather forecast.
The inspirational story of the Scotland Women's National Team as they prepare to compete at the World Cup in France for the very first time. Featuring testimony from the players, head coach Shelley Kerr and expert pundits, plus action from the nail-biting qualification rounds.
Struck down by the Spanish Flu in 1918, aged just 28, in his short life Egon Schiele created over 3000 drawings and paintings, self-portraits and nudes. Agent Provocateur of the modernist era, he was a taboo busting rebel whose art looks like it was made yesterday: self-obsessed, exhibitionist, unafraid to confront questions of sexuality and identity. To mark the anniversary of Schiele's death, a century ago, this film tells Schiele's dramatic story in his own words, using original letters and writings, many of them translated for the first time: celebrating his remarkable artistic achievements but also debating the controversies around his work. His sexually frank images shocked early 20th century Vienna and still challenge us today. But are these the images of empowered women in control : or figures of of voyeurism? And how do we view his images of young girls from our modern perspective? Schiele didn't just make ground-breaking art. He was also a new kind of artist, carefully crafting his own myth, pioneering the notion of the artist as personality and performer in a way that would influence generations of other cultural trailblazers. With contributions from Iggy Pop, Lily Cole and Jake Chapman and visually striking dramatic reconstructions choreographed by acclaimed physical theatre company Gecko, the film conjures up the passionate, provocative world of Egon Schiele
Liz Bonnin takes us inside the dramatic world of big animal surgery. This time, she travels to a sanctuary in South Africa, to witness an extraordinary operation inside the jaws of Ricci, a 9-year-old rescued lion. Ricci has problems with his teeth so severe they're preventing him from feeding. It takes one of the world's leading vets using an array of specially-made tools to fix them. But the story takes a dangerous twist as Ricci begins to wake up from the anaesthetic mid-surgery.
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