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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 Oscar-winning actress Shelley Winters, with interviews from the archive and classic clips capturing the milestones and highlights of her life and career. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
L'entente entre Yentl et son père est parfaite. A tel point que le vieil homme accepte d'initier sa fille unique aux secrets du Talmud. Passionnée par cet apprentissage, Yentl voudrait parfaire son savoir. Aussi, lorsque son père meurt, prend-elle la décision de se «déguiser» en homme pour continuer ses études...
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 aboard the Unification Railway from Ho Chi Minh City in the south to the capital, Hanoi, and on to the vast northern port of Haiphong. He finishes amid the limestone islets in the turquoise waters of Halong Bay. Steered by his 1913 Bradshaw's Guide, Michael travels through what was French Indochina and is today the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. On this leg, he tours the formidable imperial city of Hue and in a village nearby, Michael meets milliner, Mrs Ngo, who tries to teach him how to make the iconic conical hat, with comical results. Back on track, Michael crosses the former Demilitarized Zone, which once separated North from South Vietnam. A ten-hour journey lies ahead but the friendliness of fellow passengers and supper on board makes up for the bunk beds and by daybreak he is in the beautiful province of Ninh Binh. In the Red River Delta, Michael takes a boat ride to join farmer, Mr Vinh, to learn how to make a Ninh Binh speciality, Com Chay.
Velvet voiced journalist and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup is joined by her friend, the fashion and interior designer Pearl Lowe in their adopted county of Somerset. Both are paired with personal shoppers offering sage guidance, dealer Raj Bisram and auctioneer James Braxton. But who will haggle the hardest when it comes to making a deal? Our celebrities and experts rummage through the antique shops and uncover Norwegian jewellery, African sculpture and some traditional English furniture. A rather circuitous route means long before arriving at a London auction in Southgate they'll discover the story of one of Britain's very first animal rights campaigners and learn about the quirky folk revival of the Minehead Hobbyhorse.
Inside every museum is a hidden world, and now, cameras have been allowed behind the scenes at the world-famous Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Only a small part of the two million wonders in the collection are on display to the public. But in this new series we go behind closed doors to explore all the treasures of art, design and performance the museum has to offer. We follow experts and conservators at work in this treasure trove of the nation's favourite objects, as they breathe new life into fragile marvels, uncover hidden stories, and battle to keep the past alive. In this week's episode we follow the charming story of a hand-made children's toy : Pumpie the elephant. Pumpie was made a hundred years ago by the Cattley family in west London. The children whose beloved stuffed toy he was made special outfits for him, painted his portrait, and took him with them on holiday. But Pumpie has suffered major moth damage over the years, and now needs urgent restoration. Curator Will takes the treasured toy to head textile conservator Jo, who dyes new felt to patch up Pumpie's moth-eaten trunk, darns his miniature admiral's outfit and restores his original brass buttons so that he's shipshape to go out on loan for a special exhibition. But before Pumpie packs his trunk, a relative of the family who once owned him is invited into the conservation workshop to meet him for the first time. Meanwhile curator Charlotte is on the case of a missing woman. The face of a beautiful 18th-century aristocrat has been meticulously painted in enamel on an ornate gold and enamel snuffbox. But nobody knows for certain who this mysterious woman might be. Charlotte is determined to get to the bottom of this question with a visit to historic Ham House. She compares large-scale portraits and other miniatures with the snuffbox to establish the identity of Lady Frances Carteret. Behind the scenes of the spectacular Christian Dior exhibition, we uncover the expert skill involved in creating bespoke mannequins to display the gowns. Each mannequin is sculpted by textile conservators Lillia and Lara to exactly fit the dimensions of each dress's original owners. Pamela Mann, the original owner of a spectacular raspberry-pink cocktail dress, comes in to the Museum to see the results of the team's labours, and tells us the story of how her husband : a former physician to the Royal Household : bought Pamela the dress from Harrods in the 1950s. In the performance galleries, rock and pop curator Vicky and conservator Susannah take us inside Kylie Minogue's dressing room, which is on display as a time capsule of the star's 2007 tour. As they check the condition of the dresses, shoes and make-up, we discover the significance of the objects from this moment in Kylie's life : after her treatment for breast cancer. Finally, paper conservator Anne gets to grips with a colourful Victorian curiosity called a paper peep-show. This folding paper marvel was made as a souvenir of the Great Exhibition in 1851, and is made up of a series of hand-painted cardboard plates that magically open like an accordion. But the 170-year-old paper object is so delicate that it's in danger of falling apart. We follow the careful surgery required, using tiny pieces of Japanese paper and wheat starch to restore the beautiful piece so that visitors will be able to take a peep into the past and see the Great Exhibition for themselves.
Following on from the success of Travels In Trumpland, this warm and entertaining series sees Ed Balls head out to Europe to discover how the divisions exposed by Brexit are reflected in the rest of the EU. Immersing himself in the lives of ordinary voters, Ed spends time in both Italy and France, exploring the role that austerity and the financial crash had to play in fuelling the rise of both right and left-wing populism across the continent. Ed's journey begins in Milan, the wealthiest city in Italy, and the base of the Deputy Prime Minister, Matteo Salvini. Salvini and his party, Lega, have risen to power by promising the Italians a huge €10m tax break : but the EU have blocked their plans, and said that the country must continue on a programme of imposed austerity. Ed wants to know if the proposed tax cut has been a significant reason for why he picked up votes amongst the rich, and visits fashion entrepreneur and multi-millionaire Valeria Marini, to find out. Valeria lives a life of luxury : and Ed joins her as she greets excited fans in the city centre. Ed then travels to one of the poorest regions of the country, Calabria. Here, the residents voted in their droves for another populist party, Five-Star, but one that, unlike Lega, is left-wing. Five Star are vociferously anti-EU and have said that they will try and look after the interests of local workers. Ed wants to know why the farming community here voted for anti-EU party : after all, you'd imagine they'd want to be able to sell produce, tariff-free, throughout Europe. Ed stays with local farmer Tomasso and his family : and is woken at the crack of dawn to help him milk the cows and do a shift running the farm. The second leg of Ed's trip takes him to France. Here, Marine le Pen has increased the vote for her rebranded National Rally party (formerly known as the National Front). In part, she's done so by promising to protect French industry from the threat of foreign traders : but, unlike in Italy, the focus has been on countries outside of the EU. During the campaign trail, she came to the town of Caudry, in the North of France, famous for its traditional lace industry. The designers here have made clothes for Michelle Obama and Madonna : but now the industry is facing competition from China, where labour is cheaper and machines can produce the lace at a faster rate. Ed meets Daniel, a lace worker in the town, who's flirting with voting for Le Pen : in spite of her deeply controversial past. Is he willing to overlook the accusations of racism that have dogged her for the entirety of her political career, in the name of saving his job? On the final leg of his journey, in Marseille, Ed joins a Le Pen activist, Emmy Font. Emmy works for the local National Rally Senator and says that the number of immigrants coming to the city has created overwhelming poverty here. She believes the system can no longer cope. On the eve of the European elections, Ed joins Emmy at the polling station, to find out what the future holds for European politics.
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.
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