Wanted Down Under Revisited
Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
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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 : Jamelia, Susan Calman, Gareth Malone and Paul Martin : 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 is in Malaysia on a 2,500-mile tour of South East Asia. His 1913 Bradshaw's Guide takes him to Melaka, for centuries one of the greatest trading ports in the world. He tastes the spicy cuisine of the Kristang community, descendants of early 16th century Portuguese settlers, who mixed with local Malays. Continuing to Kluang amid fertile farmland, Michael joins in the pineapple harvest and discovers how Malaysia's resources of tin and tropical fruit created a global market in food. Arriving at the tip of the Malaysian peninsula in Johor Bahru, Michael visits the palace of Sultan Abu Bakar, a canny and well-travelled monarch who became friends with Queen Victoria and used what he learned in Britain to modernise his realm. Michael learns how Malaysia's first ever railway fell prey to an implacable foe…
Two celebrity friends become rivals as they buy antiques in a bid to make the most profit at auction. A classic car allows them to detour and explore Britain's rich history.
Tom Kerridge and his gang of volunteers have spent two months on a quest to lose weight and get fit. Has controlling their calories delivered the weight loss they hoped for? And will they be measurably fitter having followed the NHS's exercise recommendations? The challenge is almost over and all is about to be revealed. The gang has planned a celebration picnic and Tom gets to work on the food. His first recipe is a salmon and broccoli quiche, packed with flavour and goodness. This quiche is great hot but also works a treat cold. The pastry is made using wholemeal flour and Tom has an ingenious trick with a potato peeler. A generous slice of this quiche clocks in at around 360 calories. The gang have been getting on with their diet and exercise routines without Tom for a while : to prepare them for life after the challenge. Tom scrolls through the group's social media and he's pleased to see so many positive messages and updates. Bev's love of sweet treats was holding her back before, but now she's in total control of her diet. Alex smashed his 76-mile charity bike ride, and Dan and Chris have been shopping for smaller-sized clothes. The next recipe for the picnic is Tom's version of samosas, the popular Indian street snack. Tom uses filo pastry for the cases and makes a filling from minced turkey, lentils and spinach. Turkey is leaner than the usual lamb filling and the samosas are baked rather than deep fried to bring down the fat content even more. These delicious, crispy parcels are only 153 calories each. Tom isn't going to make all the food for the farewell picnic; he's asked the gang to bring along a couple of dishes too. So Lauren gets some volunteers over to her house to cook. Luke and Mumtaz are tasked with making homemade sausages, while Dan and Alex make a fruit fool. Two months ago they were hardly cooking from scratch at all, so this is evidence of just how far they've come in the kitchen since then. Tom's final recipe is a salad packed with goodness and it's super-quick to put together. It contains beetroot, kale, feta cheese, edamame beans, pistachio nuts and farro, all of which offer nutritional benefits for someone post-workout. Farro is a grain that takes on flavour beautifully and, like quinoa, is a plant protein. What might otherwise be a dull health food is transformed by Tom into a delicious picnic centre-piece. Everyone taking part, including Tom, set themselves personal goals. And it's time to see if all their hard work has paid off. The gang head back to the local university's sports academy to be weighed and have their fitness re-tested. There are tense moments as they await their results and discover whether they've hit their targets. For their celebration picnic the gang find a sunny spot down by the river. They set up camp but before they can eat, fitness trainer Adam has a surprise. He splits the gang into two teams for a canoe race on the river. Tom is desperate for his team to win but the opposing team have other ideas. After a change of clothes : and a chance to show off their slender new figures : the gang enjoy their picnic around the campfire. Tom is hugel y proud of what his volunteers have achieved in just two months. And when the gang pledges to continue to lose weight and get fit as a group, Tom is heartened and moved. It's not the end after all : but a new beginning.
Michael Mosley runs an experiment to find out whether simply thinking about food can help you lose weight. Alain Gregoire tests whether listening to music improves your sleep. Guddi Singh investigates the latest diet in the headlines, which claims to save the planet as well as your waistline. Giles Yeo finds out how to keep your skin young and healthy. And Zoe Williams looks into an illness that's often misdiagnosed : endometriosis.
We begin in the future in Hell's Court where Crowley is facing trial. Back to the present, Madame Tracy (and Aziraphale inside her body) and Shadwell, and Crowley, are trying to get into the airbase. Crowley's beloved Bentley explodes. Crowley is heartbroken and Aziraphale has to deal with the guard. Newt and Anathema have arrived at the airbase, and as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse leave the communications centre, they go in, to find a Nuclear Countdown on the screens. Anathema finds on of Agnes Nutter's prophecies. "He is not that which he says he is." Out on the airfield, it's the showdown. Them and the Four Horsemen step forward to face each other, and Pepper and Wensleydale (and Dog) and Brian defeat their respective adversaries. Crowley and Aziraphale and Sergeant Shadwell arrive. Shadwell refuses to kill Adam, so Aziraphale, using Madame Tracy's body, tries to shoot Adam himself, but is defeated by Madame Tracy. Newt admits to Anathema that he's not really a computer engineer, but is, in fact, the opposite. Any computers he tries to fix... break. Anathema suggests that he fixes the computer : and he does. The Nuclear countdown is over. Adam talks to Death, who acknowledges that Armageddon is now postponed. But before anyone can celebrate, Gabriel and Beelzebub arrive, to persuade Adam to get Armageddon going once again. When he refuses they decide to Tell his Father. There's a rumbling of an Earthquake: Satan himself is about to appear, Crowley freezes time. He and Aziraphale talk directly to Adam. They tell him he is going to have to defeat his father, Satan, and there is not much time. They return to realtime: Satan appears and is furious with Adam. Adam, able to change reality, makes it so that Satan is not his father : and never was. Satan vanishes and Mr Young appears in his place. Aziraphale and Crowley are waiting for the bus to London, and enjoying a miraculous bottle of Chateauneuf du Pape. The International Express Man, returned to life, arrives to retrieve the Horsemen's artefacts. Thanks to Adam's courage, life has returned to normal; Shadwell proposes to Madame Tracy, Newt and Anathema are free to enjoy their romance and are given the sequel to Agnes Nutter's book. Back in London's St James's Park, Aziraphale and Crowley are comparing notes. The Bookshop is as good as new, with extra children's books; Crowley's Bentley was parked outside his flat, without a scratch. They see Death, and as they do, Aziraphale is kidnapped by angels, Crowley assaulted and knocked out by disguised demons. This is where we came in. Crowley's trial. He is found guilty. The Archangel Michael arrives in Hell with Holy Water. The only thing that can destroy a demon. In Heaven, there is no show trial: a demon arrives with Hellfire, and Aziraphale is ordered to step into the flames. To the horror of their captors, Aziraphale seems to enjoy the Hellfire while Crowley has a comfortable bath in the holy water and requests a rubber duck. The Demons and angels are terrified of the two renegades, and send them back to Earth. Adam talks to the Them: Pepper and Wensleydale and Brian are off to watch a circus being set up. Adam has to stay behind : he's grounded. But when Dog runs off, Adam runs after him. He passes Newt and Anathema, making Agnes's prophecies into a bonfire. And Adam picks an apple from an apple tree... Crowley and Aziraphale talk on a park bench : they had taken a tip from Agnes Nutter's last prophecy, telling them to choose their faces wisely. They link hands, and... we realise Crowley and Aziraphale had taken on each others' bodies and faces. They transform back into themselves. Now they are free to celebrate and head naturally, to the Ritz, where a table his miraculously come free. As they dine, a nightingale sings in Berkeley
Stand-up comedy from the Apollo Theatre in west London.
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This is a journey across Hawaii's varied islands, discovering how they were made, and the incredible wildlife that thrives there. Hawaii is the most remote island chain on earth, and its tropical shores are hard to reach. But for the hardy creatures that can make it here, like the waterfall climbing fish, carnivorous caterpillar and Laysan albatross, a land of opportunity awaits. From newly formed lava fields, to lush jungles, and vibrant coral reefs, these diverse and beautiful islands have it all. Packed with surprising stories, the hidden gems of this tropical paradise are uncovered using stunning photography. Dramatic footage of the humpback whale heat run : the biggest courtship battle in the world : and intimate views of the world's oldest known bird feeding its chick are just some of the highlights of what Hawaii has to offer. The islands are so isolated that it used to be that one new species arrived every 100,000 years, but the arrival of people has radically changed the face of Hawaii. Now it gains around 20 new species every year. The remarkable Jackson's chameleon is one of the animals recently introduced. Showing its voracious appetite reveals how it's eating through the native animals and contributing to wiping them out entirely. But this is a place where people are looking to the future and attempting to bring wildlife back from the brink of extinction. White terns, once extinct on the main islands of Hawaii have gone from a single pair to over 2,000 birds in the last 60 years. It's a huge challenge, but people are seeking progressive new ways to live alongside nature, to allow Hawaii's wildlife to continue to thrive.
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