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Documentary series dedicated to finding missing heirs to the wills of deceased people.
Fourteen years in the making and costing over a billion pounds. "The Astute" nuclear submarine is one of the most technologically advanced machines in the world, and for over a year the BBC has been filming its construction inside one of the most secure and secret places in the country.An amazing piece of British engineering or a controversial waste of tax payer's money? This documentary allows viewers to make up their own minds.Among many of the workers the film features Erin Browne, a 19 year old apprentice electrician who wires up the boat, Commander Paul Knight, responsible for the safety of the nuclear reactor, and Derek Parker; whose job involves moving massive pieces of a submarine that weigh hundreds of tons into position before the welding team join them together. Amazing computer graphics take us inside the construction of the submarine itself, giving a blueprint of the design, the life-support systems and the weaponry and help illustrate the areas that national security precluded us from filming in. The story also takes a dramatic turn when an unforeseen event means the submarine has to sail into the open sea : for the first time : during one of the wettest and windiest weekends of the year.
Sharks are the most misunderstood predators on the planet. Now an international team of scientists are trying to change that. Their research is revealing that sharks can be sociable, intelligent, and could even help us solve some of the toughest medical challenges of the 21st Century. But their breakthroughs come just as many sharks face extinction. Science may now be the only way to save them.
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?
New Series inside the Scottish SPCA's world leading wildlife rescue centre. Today the team receive not one but two of Scotland's rarest predators : white tailed eagles : and have to use all their experience and expertise to try and get them back to the wild.
Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary revamps a family treasure with an intriguing history. This threadbare theatre chair once played host to thousands of theatre-goers and bingo players in the auditorium of the famous Derby Hippodrome. Bought over 20 years by Jamie Woods's parents, the theatre chair has sat in a state of disrepair and was declared unsafe for Jamie to sit on. Young Jamie coveted the chair for many years as it sat languishing in the family attic, and was always determined to see it brought back to life. But before Sonnaz can begin work on the upholstery, metalworker Dom must work his magic on the metal frame and remake the missing wooden armrest. Together, Dom and Sonnaz revive this wonderful piece of theatrical heritage, so that it can take centre stage once again. Susan Scholes from Oldham brings a fragile locket needing the expert attention of silversmith, Brenton West. The locket is over 100 years old, and was given to Susan's grandmother by her fiancé (Susan's grandfather) before he set off for the trenches of World War One. She wore it throughout the war, with photos of the two sweethearts side by side within the locket. It is a cherished symbol of Susan's grandparents love story, and has huge emotional resonance for her. Siblings Steve and Suzie Fletcher team up to work on a rare and fascinating timepiece brought in by Michael Mount and his granddaughter Maisie. This ingenious inclined plane clock was made from a design created in the 17th century. The drum of the clock inches down the leather covered slanting shelf, powered by gravity, and not only tells the time but also the days of the week. Unfortunately the clock hasn't worked for years… and it turns out Maisie holds the key as to just why it stopped functioning! And "Teddy Bear Ladies" Julie and Amanda take on the restoration of a pair of lucky mascots : two "flying dogs" that once accompanied a heroic pilot on his reconnaissance missions over the World War One battlefields.
Every day in the seas around the UK and Ireland, an army of unpaid volunteers put their lives on the line to save those of others. Saving Lives At Sea tells the story of the ordinary men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) who are ready to answer their pager's call and race to the rescue of those in trouble, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, whatever the weather. Using footage shot on the crews' own cameras, this series takes us into the heart of the action, capturing the unpredictable work of the RNLI in unique detail. Out at sea the lifeboat crews know that minutes and even seconds can mean the difference between life and death. On the rugged East Coast of Scotland three kids have been cut off in a sea cave by a rising tide, the crew at Dunbar must race to get to them before the rising water does. While on the opposite coast of Scotland the crew at Tobermory face their own life and death race : A yacht and her four crew members caught in a violent storm are being pushed ever closer to a rocky shore and disaster. On the North East Coast of England the crew at Blyth are called out to search for a missing eighty year old man who hasn't been seen for over six hours after leaving home to search for lobsters on the coast. The crew have no idea if he's in the sea or on shore, but what they do know is that with every passing minute the chance of finding him alive are dwindling.
Freddy is 30 and yearns to start a family but for him this ordinary desire comes with unique challenges. He is a gay transgender man. Deciding to carry his own baby took years of soul searching, but nothing could prepare him for the reality of pregnancy, as both a physical experience and one that challenges society's fundamental understanding of gender, parenthood and family. He quickly realises that what to him feels pragmatic, to others feels deeply confusing and confronting; this was not part of his plan. Against a backdrop of increasing hostility towards trans people the world over, Freddy is forced to confront his own naivety, mine unknown depths of courage and lean on every friend and family member who will stand by him. Made with unprecedented access and collaboration over three years, the film follows Freddy from preparing to conceive right through to birth. It is an intimate, audacious and lyrical story for the cinema about conception, pregnancy, birth and what makes us who we are. SEAHORSE: THE DAD WHO GAVE BIRTH is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Jeanie Finlay (GAME OF THRONES: THE LAST WATCH; ORION: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING) and produced by Andrea Cornwell (SAINT MAUD; APOSTASY), Jeanie Finlay and Oscar-winning Grain Media (THE WHITE HELMETS; VIRUNGA). A Grain Media Production for BBC Storyville In association with Glimmer Films and The Guardian. Developed with support from the Wellcome Trust.
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