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.
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.
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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?
The Repair Shop
Long-running British factual series featuring everything car-related. The series regularly features long-distance races where one of the presenters drives a car against other forms of transport; challenges and short stunt films, typically based on absurd premises; car-related interviews of celebrities; and power laps.
The Family Brain Games : is a new quiz format for BBC Two, and the ultimate test of collective, cross-generational intelligence, hosted by Dara Ó Briain. With new scientific research showing that our ability to work with others to solve problems is a key feature of modern intelligence, eight of Britain's smartest families pool their respective IQs and go head-to-head in the ultimate quiz that will push their minds : and family dynamics : to the limits. Five rounds of brain teasing games, culminating in the final, all-or nothing round, Interrogation, have been created in association with Dr Adam Hampshire, a leading neuroscientist from Imperial College, London. Each game is designed to go beyond conventional tests of intelligence to truly challenge each family's collective brainpower. Joining Dara to analyse proceedings is neuroscientist Dr Hannah Critchlow, on-hand to offer insights as the families are put through their cerebral paces. The cameras continue to roll behind the scenes as the families prepare for the showdown ahead at Discovery Park, their home for the next fortnight which has been at the cutting edge of science research for decades. In the opening episode, we meet the high-achieving Ross family from London : writer and mum Katie; financial advisor dad Jonathan and their two children, musical prodigy Amelia (14), who writes classical concerto in her spare time, and rock collector Alexander (12) who loves geology. Their opponents are the Latin-loving, Griffiths family from Woking, including prison-educator and mum Anne; dad David, who's also in education, and Latin scholars Will (16), and Ollie (13). Competitive youngsters Amelia and Ollie are hoping to lead their families to victory, but who will overcome brain freeze and inch closer to The Family Brain Games crown?
This episode covers the period after the 1987 election when Mrs Thatcher secured a third term as Prime Minister. She sets out to play a full part in international affairs partnering with American Presidents Reagan and Bush to engage with the Soviet Union and play a pivotal role in the journey to the end of the Cold War. Her international prominence augments her dominant role in British politics where her long period in office of nearly a decade is unprecedented in the 20th century. Within Downing Street she has a loyal coterie of advisors who project her influence and protect her position but some feel she has become over dependent on loyalists and detached from opinion with the country and the party. She continues to push hard for the introduction of a radical reform of local government finance : the community charge. In the country the policy is known as the poll tax and is widely disliked. Despite warnings that the tax will negatively affect her constituency in the country Mrs Thatcher refuses to compromise. Protests against the tax explode in violence in central London but more damagingly there is widespread disenchantment in Tory strongholds across the country. Fractures emerge with senior Cabinet colleagues over European policy that will jeopardise her authority. Her preference for the counsel of a part time advisor over the views of her Chancellor on how to position sterling against other European currencies leads to Nigel Lawson's resignation. Her prototypical scepticism about Brussels' ambitions for the EU lead to a growing tension with long term ally Geoffrey Howe. A bravado performance in the House of Commons where she denounces the EU tips Howe into resignation. Howe's departure provokes a leadership challenge from Michael Heseltine who had left the Cabinet some years before in protest at Mrs Thatcher's leadership style. Mrs Thatcher is plunged into a leadership contest. In contrast with the contest that propelled her to the party leadership in the 70's her campaign is poorly organised and she has been weakened by the resignation of senior colleagues and the reverberations of the poll tax. To her shock she does not defeat Mr Heseltine in the first ballot and is forced into a second ballot. Over a dramatic few days she consults with senior colleagues about whether she can depend on their support in a second ballot. Cabinet members tell her they believe she could lose and that the she has lost control of the political momentum. Faced with this she decides to resign. In a highly dramatic Cabinet meeting she offers a tearful resignation and prepares to leave Downing street. In the country emotions run high as supporters lament and opponents celebrate her departure. The series features interviews with Charles Powell, senior advisor, Bernard Ingham, Press Secretary, Caroline Slocock, Private Secretary, senior political figures Michael Heseltine, Nigel Lawson, Norman Tebbit, Ken Clarke, Ken Baker, Chris Patten, Peter Lilley and Malcolm Rifkind and journalist Simon Jenkins.
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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.
Chris Packham : Asperger's and Me
Sign Zone : Health : Truth or Scare
Secrets of the British countryside, ranging from farming, food and environmental issues to the daily trials and tribulation of the rural life.
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