Wild & Weird
It's time to join Ian Sterling, the show host and Chris Lawrence as Mr Smash, as they have two competing teams, with two celebrities and a competitor. The teams compete in a variety of fun and exciting games to win golden stars : the team with the most amount of stars will win the game! Be careful, as Ian can award bonus stars for witty answers, but any nonsense and stars can be released! At the end of the game, the winners bask in glory however the losers have to spend time in detention with Mr Smash, aka Chris Lawrence. You've got to remember: Ian's school, Ian's rules!
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.
Food : Delicious Science
Super Smart Animals
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall takes us on a West Country tour of the region's top nature spots. Accompanied by local naturalists, he uncovers the riches of the West Country's natural world from hedgehog hospitals, domesticated badger cubs to spotting spoonbills and confirms why the West Country is considered to be one of the most beautiful natural and unspoilt regions of the United Kingdom.
Great British Menu is back, and this time the nation's top professional chefs are competing for a chance to cook "A Feast to Say Thank You" at a glorious banquet celebrating 70 years of the NHS, one of Britain's most prized institutions. Across eight regional heats, 24 chefs will compete in the toughest competition of their lives as they attempt to dazzle with their culinary skills, serving up outstanding dishes that honour the incredible work of the heroic NHS staff and give them a gastronomic experience they will never forget. In each regional heat, they'll first have to impress one of the surprise veteran judges whose identity won't be revealed until they walk through the door. The two highest scoring chefs will then face our exacting panel of judges: Oliver Peyton, Matthew Fort and Andi Oliver.
100k House : Tricks of the Trade
Eagles are the most powerful birds in the sky, but what lies behind their extraordinary abilities? To find out, we follow the dramatic story of a family of bald eagles in Iowa, as two chicks face the challenges of life in the wild. We join bird specialist Lloyd Buck and his golden eagle Tilly, to put her skills to the test. Working with leading scientists, and armed with cutting-edge filming technology, they undertake a series of high octane challenges to find out how eagles are able to hunt large prey, use pin-sharp vision, and harness invisible air currents. And we meet remarkable eagles from around the world, from crowned eagles in Zambia hunting bats on the wing, to the Verreaux's eagles in Oman who work as a team.
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by the Osar-winning actor Sir John Mills, capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
In Which We Serve
Australia : Earth's Magical Kingdom
Steered by his 1899 Appleton's Guide, Michael Portillo strikes west across Manitoba into the province of Saskatchewan. High above the Prairie at Riding Mountain, he discovers how a middle-class British boy from Hastings "transformed" himself into an influential indigenous naturalist called "Grey Owl". Deep in the Prairie, he finds a network of railways once served the wheat farmers of Saskatchewan and learns how communities grew up around the grain elevators used to load the crop on to rail wagons. The Wheatland Express welcomes a new recruit to the sidings on the afternoon shift. At Manitou Beach, Michael reaches the Dead Sea of Canada, a 14-mile lake three times saltier than the ocean. A Yellow Quill First Nations Elder tells him about the healing properties of the water and Michael tries it for himself. Michael digs into Canada's indigenous past at the country's longest running archaeological excavation; discovers an Englishman, whose work earned him the title "Canada's Wheat King"; and in the cultural hub of Saskatoon, he learns how to make a traditional Saskatoon berry pie. North east of the South Saskatchewan River at Batoche, Michael reaches the battlefield where in 1885 the French-speaking Métis people and their indigenous allies lost their struggle against Canadian control.
Sandi Toksvig looks at Quantity and Quality
Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool
Maureen ne se remet pas de la perte de Lewis, son frère jumeau mort à Paris. Pour se rapprocher de lui, la jeune Américaine travaille dans la ville Lumière en tant personal shopper, un métier futile qu'elle déteste. Médium, Maureen attend une manifestation de l’esprit de Lewis et reçoit d'étranges SMS...
A Town Like Alice
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