The Dog Ate My Homework
Children's entertainment show featuring games, interviews and lots of fun!
A lightly presented nature documentary series. In each season, adventurous British zoologist Steve Backshall travels around the world to select sixty of the most deadly and interesting animal species, from insects to giants, many predators, others just armed with deadly defensive means.
La princesse des fées sylvestres se porte au secours de sa soeur, Dawn, détenue par le roi Bog, souverain de la forêt sombre. Bog souhaite l'échanger contre un philtre d'amour car il déteste ce sentiment. Sa rencontre avec la fée, qui a également renoncé à l'amour, va changer sa vision des choses...
Kung Fu Panda : Secrets of the Furious Five
Nature documentary. In the outback of Australia, the world's most famous "kangaroo mum" is expanding operations. Brolga, aka Kangaroo Dundee, is opening his doors to a whole new bunch of animal characters, including a trio of camels and a southern hairy-nosed wombat called Pete. The kangaroo joeys are still very much a priority but these days Brolga is sharing maternal duties with his wife Tahnee. With three emu chicks set to move into the family home and the dream of building a wildlife hospital about to become a reality, life in the Australian bush is more hectic than ever before.
Lorraine Pascale shows us clever recipes, lets us in on culinary trade secrets and shows us invaluable kitchen shortcuts. This is the fast and easy way to make fresh food for every occasion; you'll never want to open a packet again.
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
All-Star Netball for Sport Relief
100k House : Tricks of the Trade
Hugh's Wild West
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!
LONG DESCRIPTIONNatural World: Part 2 (of 2) Brolga is a tough Australian who lives in the desert outback with a mob of orphaned kangaroos. He is mum to three baby joeys that live in his tin shack with him. His hope is to raise and return them to the wild : but one has fallen seriously ill and may not make it. MEDIUM DESCRIPTION Natural World: Part 2. Orphaned baby kangaroos are raised by a tough Aussie living in a tin shack in the desert outback. He has to be mum to a whole family of roos.SHORT DESCRIPTION Natural World: orphaned baby kangaroos are raised by a tough Aussie in the outback. Part 2.
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.
Colin Stafford-Johnson journeys through one of the most bewitching islands in the world featuring the wildlife and wild places that make it so special. In the first part of this two part mini series, Colin explores corners of Cuba that few outsiders have seen. Amongst the wonders he encounters is the bee hummingbird, the world's tiniest bird found nowhere else on the planet and the spectacle of thousands of crabs migrating en masse. Cuba's isolation has helped preserve many of its natural riches, creating unspoiled landscapes home to many enchanting animals living under the bluest skies in the Caribbean. In this authored odyssey, the natural magic of one Earth's most intriguing countries is revealed.
Clutching his 1899 copy of Appleton's Guide to Canada, Michael Portillo travels on the Ocean train from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick. Along the way he investigates the world's biggest tide at Hopewell Rocks and admires its dramatic rock formations and caves. He apparently defies gravity on a magnetic hill in a 1965 Pontiac Bonneville. North of Moncton in Miramichi, he joins the Elipogtog First Nation in a pow wow, where he learns about quilting and traditional dress. In Amherst, Michael investigates the history of an ambitious ship railway designed to ferry ships by rail over the Isthmus between the Bay of Fundy and the Northumberland Strait. And he quarries highly-prized Wallace sandstone for a 150-year-old family firm. In the Acadian fishing village of Neguac, New Brunswick, he discovers sea-farmers are producing up to 15 million oysters a year. Michael takes to the water to investigate how it's done and is rewarded with a taste of the freshest mollusc he has ever sampled. His guidebook leads him to Miramichi, where he reads that French-speaking Acadians settled after they were expelled by the British from lands they had occupied further south. Intrigued by a tale of 18th century ethnic cleansing, Michael visits an historic village to find out about these people and why Britain took such drastic action against them. Boarding the night sleeper for the next 400 miles of his journey, Michael heads for Quebec City, where old Europe survives in the New World. With its narrow streets and flights of steps, and a hotel modelled on a 16th century chateau, Quebec City was the heart of New France and reminds Michael of Paris. Yet the Quebecois national dish leaves him cold.
Made across six months, in the run up to publication of The Mirror and the Light, the final book in Hilary Mantel's Booker-winning Tudor trilogy on the life of Thomas Cromwell, this film enjoys exclusive and extensive access to one of the world's greatest living writers delving into the present and her past as she describes a vivid imagination active from an early age, and recounts with candour a tale of growing up with a dark family secret. Who could have imagined that Mantel's working-class anti-hero Thomas Cromwell would come to be so loved across the globe? 500 years after his death, the story of Cromwell's extraordinary rise and sudden fall has been brought back into the light, drawing a vast readership, two Booker wins, a BAFTA-winning television adaptation, a West End show and the interpretative gifts of some of our greatest actors. Intertwining the themes of the Wolf Hall trilogy; power, faith, kingship and Englishness, with stories from her own life, the film also explores how the world of Thomas Cromwell reverberates in our world today. Hilary Mantel : Return To Wolf Hall follows the writer as she talks about how and why she embarked on the trilogy, and how the writing of it has changed her life. This is an artist's biography in the characteristic style and voice of one of the most singular and brilliant minds of our age. We see Hilary Mantel in her own world, both real and imaginative, led by the curiosity that has driven her from the beginning we see a writer at the peak of her powers.
Maria, une adolescente de 14 ans, se prépare à faire sa Confirmation. Très pieuse, elle est élevée dans une famille catholique fondamentaliste. Alors qu'elle se prépare activement à la cérémonie religieuse, elle s'investit de plus en plus dans la foi et se pose des questions sur le sens de son existence...
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