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How has the sun changed the landscape of classical music? What do goats and spiders have in common? Could spider's silk help us develop bulletproof skin? Weird Wonders of the World is a fascinating journey to discover the answers to some of the strangest questions on the planet. With the help of leading scientists, engaging contributors and stunning experiments, this series opens up the secrets behind bizarre science, animal oddities, crazy weather, medical marvels and remarkable natural phenomena.
David Attenborough narrates the charming and fascinating story of some real-life animal romantics. There are show-offs and singers, dancers and fighters, stories of undercover affairs and heartwarming devotion. These include a male polar bear that plays hard to get, a lemur whose odour bags him a mate and a lizard who is tender and faithful to the very end. It reveals that animals can be loving, complex, funny and inventive.
One of the most famous of the 1950s Ealing comedies. An unassuming bank clerk, in charge of gold bullion deliveries for almost 20 years, hatches a plot to steal a consignment. His plan comes to fruition when a lodger who owns a small foundry making Eiffel Tower paperweights arrives at his digs.
JEREMY VINE hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Can today's challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show?
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.
All bets are on Fang and Keo, the two fearsome Cuban crocodiles who have just taken up residence at the Park. Ben Fogle and Kate Humble reveal how the crocs' cousins in the wild are known for their leaping prowess : propelling themselves out of the water to reach heights of tw o meters to snatch prey from overhanging branches. But which of the two girls in Animal Adventure has got what it takes to mimic this behavior? Fang is the stronger of the two. Keo might be weaker but what she lacks in brawn, she makes up for in brain. Let battle commence… Jean Johansson meets the cousins of the koalas. While the furball marsupials went up trees, wombats stayed on the ground. She discovers how the duo of hairy-nosed wombats, the only ones of their kind in Europe, have in-built armour to deter predators. But suddenly tragedy unexpectedly strikes…
Legendary TV chef and restaurateur Rick Stein takes us on a journey of culinary discovery as he searches for the best kept gastronomic secrets as he travels across France in this 6-part TV series. Rick shows viewers how they can re-create the recipes at home following his tips, tools, and techniques for themselves, of course not forgetting to add a touch of his signature flair to them along the way. In each episode Rick explores a new location in his quest to find the tastiest meals from all corners of France from tasting Turbot in the fishing port of Dieppe to enjoying tarte tatin in sunny Provence.
Today the two highest scoring chefs from Northern Ireland 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 a TV presenter turned 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 former classroom assistant, children's TV presenter and author Cerrie Burnell who writes children's book with an emphasis on diversity and inclusivity; subjects she is passionate about.
Join the Gardeners' World team as they guide you through seasonal highlights from across the country visiting stunning gardens, meeting the gardeners and finding out their secrets of success. And we join Monty, Nigel and Nellie at Longmeadow to bring you inspiration for your garden along with all the essential gardening jobs for this weekend.
Seven well known personalities, all with differing faiths and beliefs, set out by road and on foot 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 of Istanbul. With only 15 days to complete their Pilgrimage, they begin their adventure in Serbia before making their way by foot and road to Bulgaria 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 last episode, the pilgrims are on the tenth day of their journey and still have 650km to travel to reach Istanbul. Today's route takes them through more Bulgarian forest in the Rhodope Mountains. The going isn't easy and as they climb 1,500m, it takes its toll on the pilgrims. Near the summit, the incline increases, and Edwina and Pauline take a rest, leaving Olympian Fatima to lead Mim, Dom, Amar and Adrian to the very top, and a breath-taking view. Now trekking in a remote part of the pilgrimage, accommodation is limited, and the group must fend for themselves. They set up camp for the night in a nearby field, but erecting tents soon becomes difficult as the sun quickly sets on the pilgrims. After another night's sleep, broken by the sounds of Dom's snoring, the group pack up and head on to the small town of Batak. They visit the small orthodox church of St Nedelya where around 5000 people were massacred by Ottoman militia looking to suppress a local uprising in the 19th Century. The visit shocks the pilgrims and instigates a discussion about conflict in the name of religion and the battle between good and evil. The following morning, the pilgrims follow the Sultans Trail into their third and final country, Turkey. For Fatima, a Christian, the journey into Turkey is a poignant one as both her biological parents were Turkish, but she's never visited before and hopes this pilgrimage will answer her questions around her identity. With aching feet, the Pilgrims arrive in Vize, a small town where a local lady has erected a wishing tree. She invites all pilgrims on the trail to tie a ribbon to the tree and make a wish. Having placed their wishes, Amar discusses the family pressures around his lack of faith with Dom, whilst Edwina shares Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year ritual, with Pauline, Mim and Fatima, as the sun sets. The next day, the pilgrims are back on the road with just over 40 kilometres left to reach Istanbul. They pass through the small town of Sazlibosna where they are greeted by Fikri, a local man who has been welcoming pilgrims since the trail began ten years ago. After some refreshments, the pilgrims set off on the home straight, leaving Pauline to ponder what their first glimpse of Istanbul will be like. It's not long before they finally get their first glance of the historic city of Istanbul : an experience that proves hugely emotive for Pauline. Having Date Created : 25-March-2020 12:04:06 SM : PAC FORM ID : 19520057 Page 2 Commissioned Series Title: Pilgrimage 3 Commissioned Episode Title: Pilgrimage 3, 3 (3) Billed Series Title: Pilgrimage: The Road to Istanbul Billed Episode Title: SM UID: 19520057
Britain's most uncompromising topical satire tackles all the troubling news from a world putting its faith in Boris Johnson and Donald Trump. A self- isolated Nish Kumar hosts an array of hilarious correspondents, including Rachel Parris, Geoff Norcott and Ellie Taylor, all coming to your living room, from their living room, via webcams of varying quality.
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.
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