Two teams of amateur antique collectors meet at an antiques fair to compete to make the largest profit from a three hundred pound budget. The teams receive some guidance from experts, who recommend which items are likely to make the largest profits.The teams are split into red and blue, and the contestants are allowed to keep any profit that they make at auction. Once the contestants have done the shopping for their own items, the experts then take any leftover money and go shopping for more antiques. Any goods purchased by the experts are 'bonus buys'. The teams then have to decide whether or not to take these items to auction, as they are not guaranteed to make profit. The show has been broadcasting since March 2000, and was awarded Most Popular Daytime Programme in 2002, and Best Lifestyle Show in 2003. It was also nominated for Most Popular Factual Entertainment Programme in 2003.
A British game show involving food! Two members of the British public are given a five pound budget to buy food products that the chefs can use in their cooking. Depending on the episode, the budget can be changed. With the ingredients that have been bought, chefs have to create dishes; a main course and a quickie bag within a twenty minute time limit, they tend to name them cheesy names. The show is a fun and entertaining one as the time limits are just that : limiting. You often see the chefs running around madly trying to finish their dishes! The winner receives cash prizes.
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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!
Celebrity gameshow. Every week Richard Osman welcomes four celebrities to take on some of his many tricky and fiendish games. Playing from Monday to Friday – with double points being given on Fridays : the contestants are faced with a selection of competitions individually and as pairs. The winner of each episode is awarded prizes for being the daily winner. The contestant with the most points at the end of the week is crowned the champion and given the House of Games trophy. Games include Rhyme Time, Broken Karaoke and King of the Jumble. The final round of each episode is always Answer Smash.
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Today the two highest scoring London and the South East chefs must go head to head and cook their six-course menus again. But will they take on board their veteran's advice as they serve the panel of judges and an esteemed children's author? The chefs need to impress the formidable judges : food writer Matthew Fort, restaurateur Oliver Peyton and broadcaster and cook Andi Oliver : a s well as a guest judge : one of the successful children's authors the banquet will celebrate. Today they are joined by children's author and former Blue Peter presenter, Konnie Huq, whose Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World adventure series is making waves with young readers.
Monty reveals some new plans for Longmeadow when he shares his ideas for transforming an area of dry shade and enlarging his wildlife pond as well as getting his borders in good order by dividing some overgrown perennials. We visit Rachel de Thame to find out about her plans to grow her own vegetables and cut flowers and we celebrate the daffodil at the Daffodil Society's annual show held last year at Pershore in Worcestershire.
Seven well known personalities, all with differing faiths and beliefs, put on backpacks and walking boots, and, on foot and by road, set out to cover sections of The Sultans Trail : a modern day 2200km pilgrimage across Eastern Europe : which starts in Vienna and ends in the historic city o f Istanbul. With only 15 days to complete their Pilgrimage, they begin their adventure in the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. From here, they make their way to Bulgaria, travel over the mountainous Balkans, before arriving in Turkey and the historic city of Istanbul. But will this journey of a lifetime change the way they think about themselves and their beliefs? Journalist Adrian Chiles, former politician Edwina Currie, Olympian Fatima Whitbread, comedian Dom Joly, actor Pauline McLynn, broadcaster Mim Shaikh, and television presenter Amar Latif will live as modern day pilgrims, staying in basic hotels and often sleeping in shared rooms. Formed just over 10 years ago, The Sultans Trail retraces an ancient path taken by the Ottoman armies from late medieval times as they looked to expand their Empire into Europe. From their base in Istanbul armies twice made it to the city of Vienna before being repelled. Now this former route of war has been turned into a path of peace designed to promote tolerance between people of all faiths and none. In this first episode, the seven pilgrims arrive in Belgrade, Serbia, and find out for the first time, who they will be sharing their pilgrim adventure with. Leaving the city behind, the pilgrims head into the countryside and away from the hustle and bustle. Relying on the Sultans Trail app to help guide them across Europe, Adrian (a converted Catholic) and Mim (a practicing Muslim) are the first to plot their way, as they look for the fortified Manasija monastery, hidden in the hills. As they progress through the Serbian countryside Amar, who has been blind since the age of 18, leads the pilgrims in the ancient tradition of scrumping. After a 5km hike they make it to the monastery, which was fortified to protect it from the Ottoman armies. Adrian leads the group in exploring the 15th Century Orthodox Christian church, inside Edwina (a non-practicing Orthodox Jew) and Mim discuss the existence of God. While outside on the ramparts of the fortress, Dom (an atheist) takes Amar (raised a Muslim) to the very top of the battlements with some nerve-racking moments! They move on and with the sun setting the pilgrims arrive at their overnight accommodation, a simple woodland hostel, and in line with pilgrim tradition bed down in shared rooms. In the morning it becomes clear the boys have had a restless night thanks to Dom and Adrian snoring. Mim takes himself off to pray in a field near the hostel before breakfast, where Pauline (an atheist) tells the group about her upbringing as an Irish Catholic. Before they set off the Pilgrims collect their first pilgrim stamp, a record of their journey along the Trail. Later that day the group arrive in the city of Nis where Dom and Mim explore a 16th Century mosque built during the reign of Sultan Suleiman, after whom the pilgrimage trail is named. Edwina takes Amar and Pauline to a memorial of a more recent conflict, the Crveni Krust concentration camp, a Second World War Nazi camp that held people of Jewish, Romani and Serbian origin. Here they witness the horrors of religious and cultural persecution. After a challenging day, the group discuss the difficulties with faith and religion in the face of conflict. The next day the pilgrims head back into rural Serbia where Fatima (a Christian) takes the lead with the app, but the pilgrims end up lost and separated in a forest as they lose the trail, much to new hiker Mim's annoyance. After reuniting the pilgrims pick up the Trail again and it brings them to The Church of the Virgin Mary on a special day in the Orthodox Christian calendar, the birth of the Holy Virgin Mary. Date Created : 11-March-2020 11:16:42 SM : PAC FORM ID : 19520058 Page 2 Commissioned Series Title: Pilgrimage 3 Commissioned Episode Title: Pilgrimage 3, 1 (1) Billed Series Title: Pilgrimage: The Road to Istanbul Billed Episode Title: SM UID: 19520058
Comedy panel game show where celebrities and comedians come together in two teams to gain points on Quite Interesting topics. Presented by Sandi Toksvig with permanent panellists Stephen Fry and Alan Davies, with four guests that change each episode. The show asks the guests a series of questions that are obscure, difficult or misleading where there are often "obvious but wrong" answers. The quiz show is informational and light-hearted throughout, with discussions between contestants about the questions encouraged and can even boost the score for their team.
Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which specialises in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionaly provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
Au début du XXe siècle, Percival Harrison Fawcett, un colonel de l'armée britannique, est approché par la Société géographique de Londres afin d'établir une cartographie des frontières entre le Brésil et la Bolivie. Au cours de ses expéditions, il a vent d'une cité perdue, cachée au coeur de la forêt...
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