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.
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.
Nadeem goes on "Staycation" in Scotland. Beginning his adventure in the capital city of Edinburgh, he explores the country's rich history, from its medieval castle to the Scottish national dress. He also gets to experience Edinburgh's Ghost Tour through the city's underground vaults before exploring the history of deaf education in Scotland and progressive Deaf drama courses at the Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow. Finally he spends the day at the world famous Highland Games, where it's said that young boys come to prove themselves as true Scotsmen.
Fakes, forgeries and frauds under Matt Allwright's investigations.
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Bowls : World Championships
Today Flog It! comes from Ushaw in County Durham. Antique experts Catherine Southon and David Fletcher are on hand to find a selection of objects to take to auction. Catherine falls in love with a model of Muffin the Mule and David is enchanted by a limited edition book by author J K Rowling. Paul Martin learns what life was like for the students who studied at Ushaw when it was open as a Catholic college.
Each week a group of four famous faces go toe-to-toe testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of fun trivia-based games in Richard Osman's House of Games. Every day this week the celebrity contestants : Michelle Ackerley, Matt Forde, Fred MacAulay and Judy Murray : will take on a series of quiz rounds selected by the host, quiz legend, Richard Osman. A daily winner will be declared following a quick-fire round at the end of each show as the scores are tallied across the week resulting in an overall champion being crowned on Friday. Will the winning stars opt for the much coveted House of Games driving gloves, or instead go for the must-have branded fondue set? Fun, witty, and full of surprises, Richard's cross-examination of the celebs over the course of a week provides an entertaining watch for all the family as the level of competitiveness and camaraderie grows. And of course, this warm, feel-good quiz is perfect for playing along with at home.
Michael Portillo's railway journey through 1930s Britain from Canterbury to Skegness reaches Witham in Essex. Here he visits the factory of the world's oldest supplier of metal framed windows which became popular in the Thirties. Crossing into Suffolk, he alights at Ipswich and discovers the story of a group of child refugees whose history is intertwined with that of Michael's family. In the village of Newbourne, over a pint with the locals, he hears the story of the rural resettlement scheme that helped over a thousand unemployed industrial workers from the north. Last stop on this leg is Felixstowe, where Michael boards a boat to reach an isolated country house, where secret research was underway in the 1930s. When war came, the experiments performed here saved Britain from defeat.
The Andrew Neil Show
Can you eat yourself happy? Michael Mosley tests whether our diet can affect our mental health. Guddi Singh finds out the best way to calm a crying baby. Alain Gregoire uncovers the future tech that could tell us if we're developing dementia. Zoe Williams reveals a new treatment for psoriasis : a skin condition that affects over a million of us. And Michael tests how best to keep your dishes bug-free when you do the washing up.
Tom's weight loss and fitness challenge enters its second week and the chef and his gang are finding it hard to fit cooking and exercise into their busy lives. So this week it's all about making the most of the time they have. For the first recipe Tom makes a big pot of beef mince : the starting point for some of the nation's favourite dishes. He uses a batch to make a delicious cottage pie, while the rest is frozen to be used later, perhaps for chilli con carne, spaghetti Bolognese or lasagne. Batch cooking at the weekend is a great way to save time in the week. Tom's mate Adam : the gang's fitness coach : drops in on Maths teacher Manny at work. Manny has diabetes and suffers from poor circulation i n his feet so Adam gives him some balance exercises to do. If Manny practices these new exercises regularly, he should see an improvement by the end of the challenge. Adam joins Tom to cook smoked pancetta and lentil soup. While Tom makes the soup, Adam is tasked with making quick and easy soda bread rolls. For a baking novice, he doesn't do too badly and the friends enjoy their lower calorie lunch outdoors in the sunshine. There are several cooking novices in the gang and their lack of confidence in the kitchen is a barrier to losing weight. So Tom signs up Luke and Manny for a shift in a local café where they cook a delicious butternut squash and black bean chilli : proving to themselves and the customers that they can cook after all. Tom showcases more quick and easy recipes including Peri Peri chicken with rice and coleslaw : perfect for a lunch box. And at only 125 calories each, his lemon and blueberry yoghurt pots prove that puddings don't have to be off the menu when you're losing weight. Sandie and Maxine have been turning to convenience food when time is tight so Tom drops in to help them plan their meals for the week ahead. He gives them time-saving tips for using up leftovers, freeing up more time to do exercise. The week finishes on a high when Tom and the gang take part in a boxing session, led by a former Olympian. This vigorous workout is a big hit with everyone and afterwards they step on the scales for the weigh-in. After two weeks, there are some impressive results but there's still a long way to go.
The Antichrist has reached his eleventh birthday, and is very much at large, and Crowley and Aziraphale must now also face up to the onset of Armageddon. The Archangel Gabriel, with side-kick Sandalphon, visits Aziraphale at his Soho bookshop, for an update on the boy's progress, and demons Hastur and Ligur contact Crowley, for the very same. Their respective superiors tell Aziraphale and Crowley that the Four Horsemen have been summoned, as part of the beginning of the end of the world; the first of whom, WAR, we see disrupt a signing of a peace treaty, in Africa. We also visit 1656, where we see Agnes Nutter, the author of the rarest and most accurate of prophecy books, The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, wreak revenge on her hostile village: brought to the stake to be burnt she packs her clothes with explosives and nails, resulting in carnage. Eleven years ago, Agnes's descendant, Anathema Device (10yrs), is reciting the prophecies by heart, at home in Malibu, while at the same time in Dorking, UK, Newton Pulsifer (12yrs), causes a power failure for the entire street, while attempting to change a plug. An adult Newt is struggling to find a job that accommodates his problems with electronics, that is until a chance meeting with Witchfinder Sergeant Shadwell. Newt joins Shadwell as his assistant, discovering Shadwell's lifelong, but thus far seemingly futile, mission to rid the world of witches. At Shadwell's, Newt meets Shadwell's neighbour and unlikely friend, Madame Tracy; part time medium and part time courtesan. Anathema arrives in the UK, determined to stop the world from ending, and she moves into Jasmine Cottage, Tadfield. The Hell Hound has reached its Master : the Antichrist : Adam Young, a charismatic eleven year old who lives in Lower Tadfield, a smal l Oxfordshire village. Despite being the son of Satan and the harbinger of the Apocalypse, Adam has lived a perfectly normal life as the son of typical English parents, and as a result has no idea of his true powers, and the terrifying Hell Hound we saw at the end of episode 1, has been created as a lovable pup. In addition to Dog, he has three close friends, Pepper, Wensleydale and Brian, who collectively are a gang that is called Them by the adults. Anathema runs into Them enjoying the long summer day playing in Hogback Wood. Adam and his gang have spent the day discussing their belief a witch has moved into Jasmine Cottage, and creating their own witch hunt : the British Inquisition. Determined to locate the real Antichrist, Crowley and Aziraphale head back to Tadfield themselves : to the old convent, site of the baby-swap, only to discover it has now become a conference centre, hosting a corporate team-building, paint balling exercise. Their fruitless visit sends them back on to the road, where they run : literally : into Anathema. Aziraphale heals her broken arm and broken bicycle, and they drive her and her heale d bike back into the village. Anathema discovers she has lost Agnes Nutter's book. Crowley and Aziraphale arrive at the Soho bookshop, and the Angel discovers The Book in the back of the car! Aziraphale's studies the book, and realises that the missing Antichrist is Adam Young : in Tadfield!
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.
The opioid epidemic has devastated America. But what's the situation here? A new report from Public Health England raises serious concerns about Britain's own relationship with painkillers. Dr Michael Mosley embarks on an immersive journey to Britain's opioid frontline and meets patients struggling with addiction and GPs fighting a constant battle to help those suffering from chronic pain. He also uncovers worrying evidence of people abusing over-the-counter opioids and discovers how easy it is to buy strong opioids online. Nearly six million people in England and Wales were prescribed an opioid last year. Michael wants to uncover how and why we're consuming twice the amount of opioids as twenty years ago, especially when the scientific evidence he encounters disturbingly suggests that for the majority of people taking them for chronic pain, these drugs mostly don't even work. Though a vital tool in our doctors' armoury to combat acute pain and in cancer and end-of-life care, the Public Health England report revealed that more than half a million people have been on opioids for more than three years. Michael cautions that people taking these drugs should not suddenly stop taking them. Nevertheless, as he discovers, long term or high dose use does leave them exposed to greater risk of side effects including dependency, addiction and even accidental death by overdose. As many as 28 million Britons endure chronic pain : and if we're to kick what seems like a dangerous national opioid habit, Michael believes that the critical issue is deprescribing. Millions now require help coming off opioids and drug-free alternatives to them. For Michael this is nothing short of a challenge as important as the fight against cancer and heart disease. So how much do people on the ground really know about these powerful painkillers, some of which, including fentanyl, can be many times stronger than heroin? On his travels, Michael meets Karen in Hastings who now believes her five years on increasingly strong opioids 'turned her into a zombie'. But he also encounters Brenda in Salford who thinks the morphine she has taken for fifteen years to help with her excruciating back pain is the thing that makes her life just about bearable. And he spends time with Vicki whose 50+-a-day over-the-counter painkiller habit led to overdose and near death before she finally admitted her addiction and started detox.
Bowls : World Championship Highlights
Weekly magazine programme for the British deaf community.
Sign Zone : The Choir : Aylesbury Prison
Billy Connolly returns to Glasgow's famous Kings Theatre, where his journey into comedy first began, to talk life, death and laughter, in a no holds barred encounter with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz. It's a conversation that looks back on the Big Yin's past and ahead to the future, covering all elements of his unusually packed existence: how he got started, his approach to comedy, his Scottish roots, and how Parkinson's disease is the latest thing he's having to laugh at.
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