Members of the public sell their unwanted antiques at auction in an effort to make profit. But will the risk pay off? Host Paul Martin presents this compelling reality TV show, and there are experts on hand to do a valuation of the items beforehand, too. The show travels up and down the country, meaning everyone has the opportunity to take part and win some cash, as long as they have the right antique to entice a buyer!
Push factors from the noisy, bustling cities of Britain, combined with the alluring peace of the countryside, has the population dreaming of homes in more scenic surroundings. Escape to the Country sees buyers from different areas on the UK considering their options to settle down in the English countryside. Presenters show off a range of prospective homes, before they must make their final decision towards the end of the show. Each episode taking place in a different region of the UK, we see a wide variety of beautiful homes across the country.
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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 : Samira Ahmed, Dom Joly, Angela Rippon and John Robins : 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.
Great British Railway Journeys
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.
Inside every museum is a hidden world, and now, for the first time, 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. This week, we meet curators and conservators trying to preserve some of the finest examples of craftsmanship in the world. Deep in the museum stores, curator Keith is trying to breathe life into an object of extraordinary craftmanship : an original Stormtrooper costume from the Star Wars sequel The Empire Strikes Back, from 1980. He's hoping to exhibit the costume in a refresh of the V&A's Theatre and Performance Display. But when he and conservator Susana unpack the moulded-plastic body parts, a key piece is missing : the Stormtrooper's helmet. Unable to display the costume without the helmet, Keith contacts a group of prop-makers who specialise in making replicas of movie costumes. The prop-makers agree to make a replica of the original helmet, using the exact techniques pioneered by the Star Wars costume department in the 1970s. But the challenge for Keith's prop-makers is to turn this box-fresh helmet into an authentic match with the original decades-old costume. Meanwhile, two of the largest galleries in the museum, the Cast Courts, are undergoing a renovation. These galleries are home to one of the world's largest collections of 19th century hand-made casts : replicas of some of Europe's finest sculptures. As few people then could afford the luxury of travel, art works could be brought to them with these painstaking replicas. Now it's the job of senior sculpture conservator Victor to give these precious casts a facelift. The final part of the epic renovation is cleaning a piece representing the Assumption of the Virgin, made in 1890. This plaster cast depicts the Virgin Mary ascending to heaven surrounded by angels. It's a perfect plaster copy of one of a number of 14th-century sculptured panels made for the exterior of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Now the plaster cast will be given its first deep clean since it was made 130 years ago. The importance of these fragile replicas is brought into sharp focus with news of a terrible fire at Notre Dame. Although many artefacts are destroyed there is relief that the original cast of the Assumption of Virgin has been spared. The news highlights the importance of preserving the V&A's delicate cast. But Victor and fellow conservator Adriana discover a crack in its structure, that could prove fatal. Over hours of careful conservation, the team work on supporting the fracture : but the real test will be when they try to hang it back on the gallery wall. In the Rock and Pop archive, curator Vicky is examining a photograph donated after the V&A's David Bowie Exhibition. It's a rare print, known as 'David Bowie is watching you', taken in 1973 as part of a series of photos by photographer Brian Duffy to become the album cover for Aladdin Sane. The photograph was donated by the photographer's son Chris. Vicky wants to know more about the print and invites Chris to the museum. Chris remembers visiting the photoshoot when he was a teenager, and meeting David Bowie. In paper conservation, senior preservations conservator Simon is dealing with a very different kind of photograph : a 65-metre-long Victorian photograph of the medieval Bayeux Tapestry. This unique photograph was commissioned by the British Government in 1871 and was one of the V&A's first interactive exhibits, displayed on a moving roller so audiences could spool through the panorama of the battle. Date Created : 12-February-2020 12:17:31 SM : PAC FORM ID : 18944258 Page 2 Commissioned Series Title: OU : Inside The V&Aaka Secrets of the Museum Commissioned Episode Title: OU : Inside The V&Aaka Secrets of the Museum, 4 (4) Billed Series Title: Secrets of the Museum Billed Episode Title: Secrets of the Museum (4) SM UID: 18944258
Filmed this winter, as A&E waiting times hit their highest ever recorded levels and the impact of exceptional demand is placing the NHS under severe pressure, Hospital is the story of the health service in unprecedented times. Now in its fifth series, the award-winning Hospital, returns to Merseyside to chart the day-to-day life of six NHS Trusts across the entire city of Liverpool. The hospitals have a catchment area covering more than two and half million people, stretching beyond the city to North Wales, Cheshire and to the Isle of Man. Edited and broadcast within weeks of filming, this eight-part series for BBC TWO captures the daily realities facing the NHS right now. Hospital brings audiences close to the issues and challenges that continually dominate the headlines. Heart disease remains the biggest killer in the UK and every 5 minutes, across the country, someone has a heart attack. Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital's specialist services are on the frontline of this modern epidemic and are experiencing unprecedented demand for heart disease treatment. But with a national shortage of anaesthetists, particularly highly-trained cardiac anaesthetists, felt acutely at LHCH, it's difficult to allocate enough specialist staff, so everyone can get their operations. With cancellations an ever-present challenge, the hospital (twice rated as outstanding by the CQC) struggles to meet Government "referral to treatment times" and this puts the Trust under pressure to deliver to targets, both for treatment and for the financial bottom line. In the hospital's high-tech catheter laboratories, keyhole surgery advances the possibilities for treating the heart, as intricate procedures are done using advanced x-ray imaging. But ensuring the labs are operating at full capacity, is a weighty responsibility. Service Line Manager Danielle juggles the ever-changing operating lists, balancing emergency patients with those who have waited the longest. 81-year-old Joe is an emergency patient whose heart attack has left a hole in his heart that needs closing urgently. He is on the Coronary Care unit, being kept alive by a balloon pump, which assists his heart in beating. He must be scheduled onto the day's already full operating list. As one of the most complicated patients the clinicians will treat, he faces a complex procedure that carries a high-mortality rate, something that Joe is all too aware of. Ellie, 28, is one of the growing population of adults with congenital heart disease, who had devices fitted into their hearts as children, and need further procedures as they get older. Already cancelled twice before, she hopes that this time her operation to replace her pulmonary valve with keyhole surgery will go ahead, so she can begin to plan her wedding to Jade. Ellie's procedure is at the cutting edge of what Cardiologists can do in the Cath lab and if they succeed, it means that Ellie will not face open-heart surgery and will make a much quicker recovery. But with such a risky procedure, a surgeon who specialises in children's and adult congenital heart problems is on stand-by from Alder Hey Children's Hospital, in case anything goes wrong. Third on the day's list is 68-year-old Sheila, who has a hole in her heart that is causing debilitating symptoms. Just being able to walk, without struggling to breath, would dramatically change her life. As her partner Ray reassures her, Sheila is still fearful of her ensuing procedure but desperate for it to go ahead. On one dramatic day at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Friday 13th, three patients : two of them, the most complex the hospital treats in a year Date Created : 12-February-2020 10:04:13 SM : PAC FORM ID : 19861628 Page 2 Commissioned Series Title: OU: Hospital Series 5 Commissioned Episode Title: OU: Hospital Series 5, 3 (3) Billed Series Title: Hospital Billed Episode Title: 3 (3) SM UID: 19861628
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