The high pressure game show, where pointless answers are the way to win. Contestants not only have to answer questions correctly, but give the answer that scores the least points. They do this by coming up with the least obvious answers, that other people struggle to come up with in a survey of individuals. A correct answer that nobody else managed to say is a pointless answer, the best possible outcome. A pointless answer in the final round is how you win the jackpot, cash prize, which grows with every episode until someone wins.
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Sylvia Syms looks through the BBC archive to discover what makes an Epic. With lavish budgets and huge sets the programme looks at the
history of Epics from the Ten Commandments and Ben Hur through to Titanic and Gladiator. With interviews from some of the biggest stars in the
world who starred in some of the biggest film in the world.
Vers l'an 900, au cours d'une attaque de l'Angleterre, Ragnar, le chef des Vikings, assassine le roi de Northumbrie, Edwin, et viole sa femme, Enid. La couronne passe au fourbe Aella, cependant que le fils de Ragnar et d'Enid, Eric, est prudemment éloigné par sa mère, qui craint la cruauté d'Aella...
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.
Excitement is mounting as the Park as keepers have notice young Amur tigers, Red and Yana, appear to be in the mood for love. As Kate Humble and Ben Fogle discover, everyone's got their fingers crossed that this burgeoning romance might just herald the arrival of cubs : the first tiger cubs for nearly 20 years and especially important as Amurs are so endangered in the wild. But are these tigers too young parenthood and is everyone reading too much into possible signs of pregnancy? In the hope that Yana is about to be a mum, Kate helps prepare a maternity unit at the Tiger House. A rare little Hyrax is in trouble. Can Tadallah, which means feisty one, live up to her name? Related to the elephant and the only breeding female, has she got what it takes to survive investigative tests? And climb aboard to see how Capt Jean copes when she takes over the tiller and the tour on one of Half Mile Lake's boats. Beware the hippos…
Hairy Bikers' Mediterranean Adventure
This week the battle is on with the heats for the North West. Competing for the top spot is one returner and three newcomers to the competition representing some of the most formidable talent in the North West. Determined Hrishikesh Desai from The Gilpin in Cumbria is having another crack of the whip after being runner up in the regional final last year. Hrishikesh won the Roux scholarship in 2009 followed by Craft Guild of Chefs and National Chef of the Year in 2010. Within 18 months of being Executive chef at The Gilpin Hotel & Lake House, he won a Michelin star. Manchester born George Farrugia works as Head Chef of Fenchurch Restaurant at the Sky Garden in London. He started his career working for legendary chef Pierre Koffmann and went on to work with Eric Chavot. Sam Buckley also hailing from Manchester has been cooking since he was a teenager. He has worked at the prestigious L'Enclume and now is Chef Patron of one of Manchester's most talked about restaurants Where the Light gets in. Finally, Cumbrian born Tom Barnes, who is Executive chef across Simon Rogan's L'Enclume 2* and Rogan & Co 1*. He also won the Roux scholarship but in 2014. Tom has been working as a chef since the age of 15 and has fine-tuned his skills in high quality Michelin starred restaurants. Presenter and Comedian Susan Calman welcomes them to the competition which is harder than ever this year with an extra chef to beat and someone leaving daily during the heats. Today one of the four talented chefs will be going home so they'll have to impress their surprise veteran from the outset. First they must conjure up a new course: an amuse bouche of appetizer to tantalise the tastebuds that will also be served at the banquet this year. Unaware of who the veteran is, the four chefs rustle up a cold beetroot soup, a tartlet of trout with horseradish, an oyster emulsion with mussel salsa and a potato poppadum and pickles and bring to the pass as Michelin starred Angela Hartnett arrives to give judgement. Although not officially scored, this mini course will be ranked and used in the event of a tie break. While this year celebrates British success in children's literature, this week the chefs are specifically tasked with honouring the theme of Action and Adventure. Returner Hrishikesh is making a trout dish inspired by Beatrix Potter's Jeremy Fisher, his adventure to catch supper for his friends. Newcomer Tom Barnes celebrates the first child protagonist in Children's Literature, Oliver Twist, in his take on gruel. While Sam Buckley bases all his dishes on adventure book Lord of the Flies and George Farrugia is inspired by The Secret Garden. With some quality dishes that receive good scores, who will be tipped out of the competition and not cook their entire menu? The pressure is on for the chefs to deliver from the get go!
Jemma is going away on a business trip. Meaning Leslie can join his best mate Cooper on a trip to meet Jodie Whittaker at a Doctor Who convention : in full home made costume : without Jemma knowing (he doesn't want her to think they are nerds). Leslie and Cooper are about to set off when Jemma calls and puts a spanner in the works : her dad's birthday present is being delivered today, and she asks Leslie to wait in for the package. After all, he did say he had no plans for the day … Leslie is gutted, and as Cooper heads off to meet The Doctor, he settles in for a long day's waiting for the package. Things go less than smoothly, of course, but after locking himself out, nearly burning the flat down and having to retrieve the package from a very smelly dustbin truck, he thinks he's got away with it: he's got the package, he's hidden away his Cyberman costume and Jemma's home none the wiser. The present : a football signed by Chris' hero, Bobby Moore, is intact after its ride in the bin truck, but a bit smelly and dirty. Nothing a quick wash won't fix : only Leslie manages to wash off the autograph. Now what?? Leslie and Jemma Google Bobby Moore's signature and, after many practice runs, manage a very passable forgery. Chris is delighted with his gift, and ln hearing that it was Leslie's idea decides that maybe he has misjudged Leslie. He goes to the bedroom to have a chat with him, only to find Leslie among all the attempts at getting Bobby Moore's signature right. Busted …
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.
In the closing show of this series, Sara Davies, Touker Suleyman, Deborah Meaden, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones take their seats and a final batch of nervous entrepreneurs make the pitch of their lives. Syrian refugees Razan and Raghid Sandouk bring their British made alternative to Cypriot Halloumi to The Den, but will the Dragons think it's a tasty proposition? Shaun Jones and Martin Grimer are thinking outside of the box with their creative kits for kids that transform everyday packaging waste into extraordinary playthings. And Joe Metcalfe is hoping for a hand out from the Dragons with his charity-meets-commerce clothing business, but can he convince the Dragons that pre-loved can be profitable?
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