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.
Sign Zone : River Walks
This Our Lives documentary tells the story of the Syrian refugee families who, since December 2015, have made the small Scottish island of Bute their home. Bute's newest residents have found sanctuary on this peaceful isle : a place of safety after the horrors of the Syrian war they have escaped. We meet Mounzer who runs the Orient Salon, so-named after the busy barber shop he ran in his native Damascus. Next door to the salon is the restaurant and takeaway bringing a taste of Syria to Bute. It's run by Rahaf, a former teacher, and her husband Fadel, a former engineer. With the need to get many of their ingredients from Glasgow, a 90 minute journey away, Rahaf is eager to pass her driving test and become the first Syrian woman on the island to do so. 14-year-old rapper Ali's family was among the first group to arrive on the island and, despite losing his father in the conflict, is optimistic about his future and has ambitions to become an aerospace engineer. Mohamad and his wife and 3 children are the most recent Syrian family to arrive on the island. We join former tourism executive Mohamad as he begins work at the local blacksmiths. He's creating some decorative metalwork for a historic building : a little piece of Syria in Scotland!
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Home Away from Home
Documentary series dedicated to finding missing heirs to the wills of deceased people.
As Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner makes its inaugural flight, Rolls-Royce engineers celebrate the performance of it's revolutionary Trent 1000 jet engines. They're the latest in a family of sophisticated aero engines that have driven Rolls-Royce to become world leaders in the market for Jumbo Jet engines.This is the story of the thousands of people who design, build and test engines at Rolls-Royce's manufacturing plants in Derby and across the UK, making Rolls-Royce a central part of life for the people who work there.Exploring some of the astonishing technology behind the engines' advanced components, we meet the skilled engineers who design and build them and experience the ups and downs of life on the assembly line.
Tigers About the House : What Happened Next
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. When a pair of Orphaned Harbour seals arrive at the centre, the team try a ground-breaking new technique to help rehabilitate them. And the bird unit work hard to raise and release a pair of beautiful orphaned barn owl chicks.
Today in the Repair Shop, Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life. Gramophone guru Tim Weeks takes on the repair of an antique wooden phonograph, brought into the Repair Shop by Nicola Dean, whose father was an avid collector of phonographs and gramophones. This particular model : an Edison Opera Phonograph : was his prized possession and the centre-piece of his collection. However, it suffered badly in a collision with a group of over-enthusiastic small children, and now not only does it not work, but the distinctive wooden horn has become separated from the main body of the item. Tim must call upon all his experience : as well as the wood restoration skills of fellow expert Will Kirk : to get this marvellous music machine singing once again. Upholsterer Sonnaz Nooranvary is faced with an unusual challenge when an armchair is brought in to the Repair Shop, complete with a colourful rug stitched into the fabric. Much loved by three generations, the chair survived its trip from pre-war Nazi Germany but has become battered and faded over time. It takes help of fine art conservator Lucia Scalisi to unravel the mystery of the colourful rug's provenance. Steve Fletcher takes on the repair of a battered old miner's lamp, which once saved the life of its owner Hubert John when he was caught up in an underground roof fall at the Hook Colliery in Pembrokeshire. Hubert's granddaughter Rita is hopeful that Steve can get the lamp burning brightly once more, while preserving the bumps and scratches that saved Hubert's life. And metal guru Dom Chinea teams up with stained glass craftsman Matt Nickels for the repair of another lamp, this time a large glass affair which stood proudly for decades outside a family chemist's shop.
The stakes are raised this week, as arriving at the design studio, the designers discover they have to undertake their biggest project so far. With 5 designers left, Michelle puts them into a team of two and a team of three, and tells them they have a whole holiday lodge to design, including a bedroom each and a shared kitchen/diner and outdoor space. With no extra time, the teams will have their work cut out and will need to work in harmony, to complete this challenge in two days, and prove to Michelle their designs are worthy of a place in the next round. The team that succeeds will be safe from elimination, and someone from the losing team will be sent home. As the teams arrive in the Lincolnshire Wolds, they discover two bland lodges with views to die for but with interiors that could do with a sprinkling of design magic to bring them up to scratch. With some designers pleasantly surprised that the spaces aren't quite as daunting as first thought, others appreciate that redesigning the lodges in the time allowed, is a big undertaking. As the task gets under way, keen to prove themselves, two of the designers pull plans together and work hard for the good of the team. With some striking design features and clever ideas, can one member of the team, notorious for her design ambitions rein in her ideas, or will her ambition get the better of her and leave the lodge unfinished for the judges? On the team of three, things aren't so harmonious, as the relationship between two of the designers is fraught with tension. With completely contrasting design styles, it's impossible for them to agree, which ends up with one of them feeling side lined. Will they be able to put their differences aside and design a lodge that feels suitable for their target market, or will it feel it fall flat and fail to impress the judges? Helping Michelle this week is guest Judge Abigail Ahern. Abigail is an influential tastemaker always ahead of the design trail, whether pioneering faux flowers or dark, inky colour palettes. With trendsetting eclectic designs, and a portfolio that spans lavish residential properties to the Ritz Carlton Palm Beach hotel, she knows more than most what makes winning interior design. Judging the studios, Michelle and Abigail are impressed with the bold design choices by some contestants, but disappointed to see that not every space lives up to their expectations. Challenge over, the teams return to Michelle's design studio to hear the verdict from Fearne. There's joy and celebration for one team, as they take one step closer to the semi-finals, but for the losing designers, there are tough lessons to learn as they face the judges on the sofa. Finally for one designer it's the end of the road as Michelle tells them their time in the competition has come to an end, which leaves just four designers left.
At the heart of the NHS are the nursing staff, who care for one million patients every 24 hours across Great Britain. These unsung heroes are at the frontline of the health service, facing the ever-stretched reality of an unprecedented staffing crisis and patients with more complex needs than ever before. This series follows one hospital in Derby which is trialling an innovative social experiment based on a scheme in Germany. Their aim is to find out whether young volunteers can help relieve the pressures of staff on the wards and make a positive difference to patient care. It is the second week on the wards for the young volunteers at The Royal Derby Hospital and while some are thriving, others are struggling with the emotional aspect of caring. Michael and Piotr are in their second week of volunteering in the hospital's Emergency Department when an elderly patient is brought in who has fallen in her back garden and been outside overnight. Her body temperature is dangerously low and she is at risk of cardiac arrest. Michael and Piotr must work as part of the emergency team to keep her calm and take her observations while the hospital staff treat her. Recent psychology graduate Alishba is in her second week volunteering on Puffin, the hospital's children's ward. One of the children she is caring for has had a brain tumour, while another has been brought in for MRI tests because his mother is worried he is always thirsty. Alishba spent some time in hospital receiving tests and treatment when she was a teenager, so she empathises with the mother's concern and the child's fears. Sister Fiona stresses the importance of looking after the parents "If parents are calm, so are kids." Last week Will thought the job on the Cancer Ward was easy, but this week will see him struggle as he forms bonds with patients receiving palliative care. Will didn't expect that the emotions of the job would affect him but as he looks after pancreatic cancer patient Stuart, he realises that working in a caring role demands his whole heart. Sister Crystal is reaching her limit with volunteer Erik, who shows up four hours late for his shift. Is he helping the NHS or is his unreliability causing more disruption to the ward than it is worth? As ever, Senior Nurse Karen is on hand to mentor the volunteers and the nursing staff through this experiment, but what will she report back to the Chief Nurse Cathy about the volunteers this week? And are the volunteers resilient enough to handle the emotion of some of the hospital's toughest wards when patients have complex needs or are approaching the end of their lives?
Sam et ses filles se rendent au Canada, chez l'oncle de Sam, pour trois jours de vacances. Un secret de famille vient troubler la sérénité qui règne dans la maison. Sam cherche la vérité, tandis que Frankie se laisse amadouer par l'oncle Lester et ses leçons sur la nature environnante...
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.
Murder, Mystery and My Family
Conspiracy Files investigates how the multi billionaire George Soros has become a bogeyman around the world : castigated not just by bloggers, but now by presidents and prime ministers. But are the allegations of secret Soros plots to overthrow governments and flood countries with migrants simply the product of resurgent anti-semitism?
Thousands of people across Britain, are being forced into human slavery by ruthless gangs. This Panorama special follows West Midlands Police as they bring down the biggest that's ever been caught here. The gang held hundreds of people captive, set them to work, stole their wages, made them eat from skips, wash in canals and threatened to kill them if they tried to escape. The programme hears unique first hand testimony from slaves who've waived their lifelong right to anonymity so they can tell their stories. It also features exclusive access to the police and legal team who've spent more than four years bringing gang members to justice.
Sign Zone : Good Morning Dagenham
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