Documentary series which aims to help whole families migrate to the other side of the world and accommodate to the new living conditions there.
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.
Weekly magazine programme for the British deaf community.
Fakes, forgeries and frauds under Matt Allwright's investigations.
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The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.
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Get Away for Winter
Coast, as the name suggests is a specific look at the nations shoreline, its people, industries, history and wildlife. Even putting these constrains on the matter at hand, its still a mammoth task to fit 12000 miles of coastline into thirteen shows but the result is a remarkable, informative and totally watchable series that explores a wealth of fascinating human stories through a mixture of expert comment, contemporary storytelling and computer-generated images. This is the coast as never seen before.
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Richard Harris, with interviews from the archive and classic clips capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
1640, en Angleterre. Pour Oliver Cromwell, un fermier puritain membre du Parlement, l'Angleterre, menée par le très autoritaire Charles Ier, n'est qu'injustice et oppression. Lorsque Charles Ier est chahuté par le Parlement, Cromwell prend la tête de la révolte dans le but d'accéder au pouvoir...
Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
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 : Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Reverend Richard Coles, Stuart Maconie and Lou Sanders : 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 continues his thousand-mile journey through Vietnam aboard the Unification Railway from Ho Chi Minh City to the capital, Hanoi. Leaving what locals still call Saigon, Michael heads to the fishing port of Phan Thiet, where he learns how to make Vietnam's signature fish sauce. In the Annamite Mountains west of Da Nang, Michael joins modern Vietnamese on holiday in a quirky facsimile of a medieval French village. And in the tailoring capital of Hoi An, Michael discovers the favourite food of the region's silkworms and sees how Cham weavers make their distinctive brocade. Can he resist a colourful new jacket?
The Andrew Neil Show
Tom Kerridge is challenging himself and a group of volunteers from Gloucester to lose weight and get fit. They've been challenged to stick to daily calorie limits and to take regular exercise for two months in a bid to improve their health and shed pounds. But do they have the drive and self- discipline to stick with the plan? Tom and the gang are entering the third week of their challenge. Old habits die hard and, after a strong first couple of weeks, the temptation of sweet treats and booze is threatening to undo progress for some of the group. Tom wants to nip temptation in the bud and has invented some recipes that look and taste like treats but are lower in calories. He starts with his healthier take on the Asian classic, crispy duck pancakes. Tom's version uses skinless chicken, which is much lower in fat than duck, and once all the spices and plum sauce are added the difference is barely noticeable and it's seriously tasty. For Tom, getting the food right is the easy part. He's less sure of himself when it comes to exercise. Adam, the team's personal trainer, joins Tom at the gym to watch his workout. What Adam witnesses gives him cause for concern; Tom is pushing himself to the limit and is not giving his body time to heal and rest between workouts. Adam urges Tom to pull back and 'train smart'. Some members of the gang are super fussy eaters and Tom's come up with a brilliant dish that's loosely disguised as a fry-up, using ham hock as an alternative to bacon as it contains only half as much fat. His nutritious and filling green eggs and ham is a sneaky way to get veg-shy grown-ups to eat their greens. We Brits have a weak spot for convenience food, often because of busy lifestyles or a lack of confidence in the kitchen. Tom visits Lauren, the baby of the group, to inspire her to cook food from scratch. Lauren has invited friends round so Tom gives her a lesson in making prawn and avocado rice paper rolls which contain loads of fresh, healthy ingredients and are super-easy to make. Her friends love the food, giving Lauren a much-needed boost. And just because Tom and his gang are calorie counting, it doesn't mean they can't enjoy occasional sweet treats. Tom's fudgy chocolate brownies are based round a secret healthy ingredient : black beans : and come in at just 200 calories a slice. For busy mum, Emma, who used to reach for crisps and sweets to keep her energy levels up, these brownies are just the job. Emma has polycystic ovary syndrome; if she can stick to the plan and successfully lose weight, it'll increase her chances of having another baby. Community policeman Chris used to love playing sport, but since being diagnosed with arthritis, he's lost confidence. Personal trainer Adam's on hand to give him some pointers to improve his fitness without aggravating his arthritis. He shows Chris how to use resistance bands to do exercises that mimic the effects of lifting weights in the gym, putting him on track to get fitter and healthier. Meanwhile Manny's interest in cooking gets a nostalgic boost from one of Tom's recipes; Mexican-style bean burgers. In the 1980s, Manny and his girlfriend of the time would visit a particular fast food restaurant for bean burgers. It's time for the 62 year old Maths teacher to bring back some fond food memories. Tom and the gang get together with Adam at a local rugby club. They're joining a mixed ability touch rugby session, a brilliant way to exercise,
Michael Mosley runs an experiment to test whether an extra hour a week in nature improves your physical and mental health. Alain Gregoire investigates a mysterious illness that can transform a child's personality overnight. Zoe Williams discovers the hidden body fat that can make us thin. Giles Yeo investigates whether trendy plant-based milks are any healthier than dairy. And Guddi Singh witnesses pioneering cancer surgery : using an intelligent knife that can detect tumours.
Atlantis has risen from the sea floor, as a Cruise ship captain discovers. Adam does not realise that he's making things happen, inspired by his reading of New Aquarian magazines. He believes in Atlantis, and in aliens, who give messages of peace and harmony. Aziraphale confronts Gabriel, out for a morning's jog, and tells him there doesn't have to be an Armageddon. Gabriel urges Aziraphale to get himself into shape for the upcoming war. Crowley is panicking; he wants to leave the planet. He doesn't know where to go. The International Express Man continues his mission; having delivered War her sword and Famine's scales, today he will deliver Pollution's crown before the most important delivery of his life : his own death, in order to summon the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse: Death. Crowley is heading to Alpha Centauri, but Aziraphale refuses to join him. At Shadwell's flat, Newt is armed with bell, book and candle, and firelighters to burn any witches he encounters, and sent out on his first mission: to Tadfield. He's astonished to encounter a flying saucer and aliens en route : the very same Adam read about in his magazines. Newt loses control of the car, swerving to avoid tunneling Tibetans. The Them discover him and get him to Jasmine Cottage, where Anathema seems to be expecting him. Adam and his friends leave Anathema to deal with the casualty. Adam is changing. Whispering voices have begun to influence Adam, and he tells his friends they should tear down the world, and rule a new one together. As the episode progresses, so too does Adam's control over his friends. The Archangel Michael inspects Earth Observation Files and finds evidence of Aziraphale and Crowley colluding. Michael tells Gabriel, and then, through "back channels" lets Ligur know. Ligur tells Hastur that there's something up with Crowley. Hastur goes to Megiddo to welcome the boy Warlock and start Armageddon. But the truth becomes obvious: Warlock is not the Antichrist. Crowley has betrayed them. Hastur and Ligur pursue Crowley, and he resorts to desperate measures: he takes the Holy Water from the safe. Hastur and Ligur force their way into Crowley's flat. The holy water dissolves Ligur, and Crowley tricks Hastur trapping him on his antique phone answering machine. Newt wakes and he and Anathema talks: the witch meets the witchfinder. Thanks to one of Agnes's prophecies Newt identifies Adam Young as the Great Beast. They attempt to go after him, but are nearly carried off by a tornado, and take refuge under the bed in Anathema's room. Aziraphale is menaced by the angels Michael, Uriel and Sandalphon, and decides to contact the Almighty directly and try and sort everything out. Shadwell is beginning to worry about Newt : anxious he has sent him on too dangerous a mission he goes after him : first visiting Aziraphale to ge t money for train fare. To his horror, he sees Aziraphale in conversation with God's representative : a huge floating head called the Metatron. Shadwell is convinced that Aziraphale is a demon. Aziraphale tries to prevent Shadwell from stumbling into the connection portal, falls into it himself, and his body is explosively discorporated. Shadwell flees the shop believing he vanquished Aziraphale with his bare hands. He knocks over a candle as he leaves, and in moments the bookshop is ablaze.
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.
Universal Credit is the biggest change to the benefits system in a generation. By 2023 nearly 7 million people will be claiming it. But it's been controversial, with critics arguing the new system of advances and monthly payments is causing hardship and pushing people into poverty. With unprecedented access to the Department for Work and Pensions this three-part series for BBC Two follows the people designing the new benefit system, the staff in Jobcentres, and the claimants living on Universal Credit. In the first episode, we follow the staff and claimants at Peckham Jobcentre in London. New claimant Rachel has recently moved onto Universal Credit after leaving her 27-year career in the NHS to become a carer for her ill parents. "The whole anticipation of what you're going to go through has led to a lot of anxiety" says Rachel. Declan, 46, has been made homeless. With 19 days to wait before his next Universal Credit payment he is forced to sleep in the local park. Staff member Karen has worked in the Jobcentre for over 30 years and reveals she has a second job just to make ends meet. "You have people delivering Universal Credit and claiming Universal Credit… we're all living pay cheque to pay cheque." In Westminster we meet Neil Couling, Director General of Universal Credit and the person responsible for keeping the reforms on track. "This is the hardest thing anyone has attempted to do to the benefit system…and we're bound to get things wrong."
Sign Zone : Travels in Euroland with Ed Balls
Journey across the tropical island of Madagascar and explore the unique and incredible wildlife it has to offer : from its famed lemurs to chameleons. As the oldest island on earth, life has had time to evolve, and there are now more unique plants and animals on Madagascar than any other island. It was formed nearly 90 million years ago when a giant landmass split apart, and Madagascar was cast adrift from east Africa. Braving the 400 mile ocean crossing from Africa, the first castaways arrived on the arid west of the island, and were met with vast deserts. Ring-tailed lemurs are the direct descendants of one of the very first mammals to arrive, and they're thriving despite the arid conditions. They spend up to 8 hours a day foraging in the Spiny Forest. Their plant-based diet includes plants with caustic sap that would burn human skin. When humans arrived on the west coast, they too faced the hostile desert, high temperatures and droughts that can last a year. In the village of Ampotaka, the people have learnt to use baobab trees to help them survive. The trees grow up to 30 metres high and stores vast quantities of water in their trunks. By hollowing out the inside of the trunk, the people create huge water tanks storing thousands of litres of water, which they can use when times are tough. Tiny labord's chameleons are unique to Madagascar and have the shortest lifespan of any land vertebrate : living for just four months. They time their hatching with the start of the rainy season when the going is good, and then the race is on for them to grow, mate and lay eggs before the dry season comes round once again. One of the most dramatic places in Madagascar is known as the Grand Tsingy : 500 square miles of sharp limestone pinnacles sheltering small pockets of forest. To survive here, Decken's sifakas must climb these shards of rock, sharp enough to shred human skin, and leap thirty feet between them. A series of even higher peaks forms a mountainous spine running down the middle of Madagascar. Just a few thousand years ago, human settlers from Asia brought the skills to turn the steep mountainsides into rice paddies. By digging terraces into the slopes, even the steepest gradients can be farmed, producing more than a million tonnes of rice every year. But only if they can keep their crop safe from the devastating plagues of locusts in their billions. Madagascar's mountain range defines the islands' climate. It blocks warm, wet air blown in off the Indian Ocean to the east, creating the arid deserts of the west. But keeping all this moisture to the eastern side of the island makes rainfall high there, and this creates bountiful rainforests. Most of the island's incredible wildlife can be found within these tropical rainforests. Including tenrecs, Madagascar's own unique version of a hedgehog. They give birth to more babies than any mammals : as many as thirty two in a litter. The streaked tenrec rubs together modified spines on her back to make a squeaking noise to warn all her babies of danger. The extraordinary pelican spider twangs the threads of an orb web spider to lure it into its giant jaws. The aye-aye is one of Madagascar's
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