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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.
MMichael Portillo is in the island city state of Singapore on the last leg of his 2,500-mile exploration of South East Asia. In Tai Seng Michael goes underground to marvel at the world's largest subterranean rail depot where self-driving MRT trains are maintained. He takes a cable car to Fort Siloso on the island of Sentosa, where he learns about one of Britain's worst military defeats and the brutal Japanese occupation which followed. Downtown, over coffee with the regulator of the Singapore Stock Exchange, Michael marvels at the island's astonishing success as a financial centre and, in the residential district of Ang Mo Kio, he visits an urban farm for the future : on a car park roof. At Boat Quay, Michael finds out about Lee Kwan Yew, Singapore's Prime Minister for 31 years, who was responsible for Singapore's extraordinary 20th century growth.
Cameras follow the men and women that make up the crews and lifeguards of Britain's RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution), an army of unpaid volunteers who risk their lives to save the lives of others.
Comedy legend Bobby Davro and songstress Sheila Ferguson of The Three Degrees are on a rollicking Road Trip around Kent. Accompanied by experts James Braxton and Catherine Southon, what profitable antiques might they find? There's time to break from the antique shopping and Bobby, a huge supporter of the armed forces, hears the little-known history of the Royal Engineers. Sheila, meanwhile, discovers how black culture and music arrived, and thrived, in the Garden of England. Catherine struggles to keep Bobby's focus, can the wisecrack wizard stop cracking jokes long enough to bag some bargains? However, it doesn't take long for James to realise his celebrity is as good at haggling as she is at holding a tune. Shopping done, our Trippers head for the auction in Christchurch, Dorset.
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Frankie heads south, travelling from his hometown of Glasgow to his stand-up show in the west-coast seaside town of Ayr. Along the way he explores what it feels to "belong" to a certain community and how those groups define modern Scotland. The last time Frankie himself felt like he belonged in a certain group was when he joined a martial arts club in the east end of Glasgow. Frankie returns to his old club for a training session with his old sensei, Tommy Carruthers. Tommy is an expert in Jeet Kune Do, a martial art created by Bruce Lee. Tommy's unique technique and popularity have led to some describing him as the man who turned being Glaswegian into a martial art. Frankie gets a work-out to find out whether he has still retained some of the fighting skills that Tommy taught him. Whilst in Glasgow he travels to the ruins of Crookston Castle in the south of the city. It was in Crookston Castle that Mary, Queen of Scots is thought to have married her second husband. In the ruins of the castle Frankie meets Scottish historian Fiona Watson to find out why Mary Queen of Scots was always considered an outsider by both her Parliament and her subjects. He learns that, while Mary may have been taught the finer skills of becoming a monarch when she grew up in the French court, those skills were of little help in a Scotland that was gripped with religious division and revolt. Glasgow is no stranger to riots and protest and Frankie meets one high-profile female campaigner who became famous in Scotland as one of the "The Glasgow Girls". Amal Azzudin was born in Somalia but grew up in Glasgow. She hit the headlines when she was just fifteen when she, and four other schoolmates, campaigned against the treatment of asylum seekers. Frankie chats over a coffee with Amal and finds out why she protested and what she loves about modern Scotland. One community that Frankie has always wanted to find out more about is the people that run Scotland's fairgrounds, the Showmen. Frankie pops into the coastal town of Troon, to meet some members of the Codona family, one of the most famous Showmen families in Scotland. Whilst there he gets to go behind the scenes at the Hotdog stall and gets to do battle on the dodgems. Frankie nears his journey end as he arrives in Ayr. He is playing in the famous Gaiety Theatre which is an Art Deco venue run by the local community and volunteers. Before his show he meets Scottish comedy legend, Elaine C Smith, to discuss performing onstage and their different styles of comedy. Frankie then hits the stage to entertain the people of Ayrshire.
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De passage dans une ville du Sud des Etats-Unis, Virgil Tibbs, un Noir, est sommairement accusé de meurtre et arrêté. Sa carnation semble pour beaucoup une charge suffisante. Officier de police à Philadelphie, Virgil n'a aucun mal à se disculper ni à dissiper les charges qui pesaient sur un autre homme...
In a quarter of a century Amazon has propelled Jeff Bezos from online bookseller to tech titan. He's the richest man on the planet and the company he founded is one of the most powerful. This 60 minute special investigates Amazon's rise to corporate superpower and asks is there a dark side to our love affair with the company. Former high level insiders tell Panorama that Amazon's customer obsession has led to a huge data-gathering operation, enabling the company to use what it knows about us to shape not only the future of retail, but the workplace and technology too. On both sides of the Atlantic politicians and regulators are beginning to question Amazon's power and to explore ways to rein it in. But some of Amazon's most senior executives, also speaking to Panorama, say the company is a force for good, inventing new ways to serve customers and maintain their trust.
From the moment The Doctor walks into the life of medical student Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), the Time Lord changes it forever. Together they find themselves travelling through time and space encountering extraordinary events, amazing worlds and faces both old and new.In Elizabethan London, they meet William Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre where witch-like creatures are plotting to create a Carrionite empire on Earth. In the year Five Billion and Fifty Three, Mankind and Catkind are caught in a terrible trap while back in present day London 76 year old Professor Lazarus recaptures his youth with consequences that threaten Martha's entire family.Martha and The Doctor's journey also brings them face to face with the fearful Judoon, a vicious Plasmavore and The Doctor's sworn enemies, the Daleks, who have been hiding in1930s New York with a terrifying plan for humanity.
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