Dramatic series hosted by Nick Knowles which watches the everyday events become terrifying disasters.From a young boy vanishing over the edge of a cliff to ferocious weather events, and building site worker accidentally digging up a bomb and a postmaster who narrowly escapes a car as it come somersaulting towards him. The real life footage of these close calls will keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Customer Is Always Right
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City in the Sky
The latest news from the BBC,which is designed to inform you on current affairs. The BBC is aims to be a totally impartial public service broadcaster, and was established by Royal Charter. The BBC is funded by a licence fee paid by British households, and is regulated by Ofcom. They aim to create high-quality content, in order to inform and educate, but also entertain, their audience Millions of people from all over the world watch content produced by the BBC, and they are well respected as a media company. It was founded in 1922, with its headquarters in Westminster, London.
Alex Polizzi : Chefs on Trial
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?
Len and Ainsley's Big Food Adventure
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.
Two inner city London charities head to the 46th Lambeth Country Show. This is their chance to raise awareness, and funds and drum up support so they can survive another year and continue to carry out their important community work.
Race Across the World
Picture this: you're standing in your all-too-familiar, far from perfect living room. But suddenly, the walls, furniture and everyday clutter all vanish, to be replaced by a radical reboot of your home. That open plan layout you've always struggled to visualise is made real. Your dream extension unfurls brick-by-brick before your eyes. You can even see how the sunlight will move around the space from daybreak to dusk. It's your home : but not as you've ever been able to imagine it. And all without a single skip, scaffold or spirit level. Angela Scanlon presents Your Home Made Perfect: the only home makeover series that allows people to try before they buy. Rival architects Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison use photo-real virtual reality technology and visual effects to pitch their dramatically different ideas to families who have fallen out of love with their homes. With sleep pods, garden temples, secret doors and indoor climbing walls in their back catalogue, what will Laura and Robert come up with next? In each episode, the homeowners must choose just one of the architect's ground- breaking visions to build in real life. Wiltshire couple Rachel and Mike, both teachers, thought they'd hit the jackpot when they found a reasonably priced, spacious home in which to raise their three children. It seemed full of potential : but it didn't take much experience actually living in the place to discover its flaws. With four bedrooms and a generous footprint, space isn't a problem. But the layout couldn't be worse. The previous owner ran a hair salon from the house, leaving Rachel and Mike with two front doors and a ground floor that feels like two separate homes. A previous extension to the back has left the kitchen marooned in the middle of the house, with no window on the outside world. The only dining space is in a poorly insulated conservatory that forces the kids to wrap themselves in blankets for winter breakfasts. With a relatively modest renovation budget and a sprawling property, Mike believes they need to focus their efforts on the entrance hall to sort out the confused circulation and make the house somewhere they want to come home to. But Rachel just wants somewhere for family and friends to cook, eat and socialise. The result? Stalemate: 'To avoid an argument, we're just not doing anything.' Enter architects Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison, who both pitch eye-opening solutions to the bizarre layout in virtual reality. Laura's unerring instinct for balancing beauty and practicality gives Mike the uplifting entrance he's been craving while also providing the family-friendly function Rachel's after. Meanwhile Robert takes a typically radical and counterintuitive approach to the problem, dreaming up a remodelled interior that actually reduces the floor area : but which he believes could change the way the family lives. Having had their breath taken away by the two virtual visions for their home, Rachel and Mike face a difficult decision : and then, the real work begins, as they set about building the winning design out of real bricks and mortar. Angela and the victorious architect return to Wiltshire to see the end result, to be confronted with a stunning transformation that renders the house practically unrecognisable. The unliveable layout has been swept away and replaced with a stunning contemporary living space. And having had a little help to realise its buried potential, Rachel and Mike are finally on the same page about their home.
Gregg Wallace is in Ireland, at an enormous liqueurs factory where they produce 540,000 bottles a day. He follows the production of cream liqueur, from the arrival of maize to make Irish Whiskey, right through to dispatch of the finished liqueur. It's our longest ever production timeline, taking more than 3 years. Along the way Gregg learns that it's the barrels whiskey is matured in that create around half of its flavour and discovers that a milk protein is the secret to mixing cream and whiskey together. Meanwhile Cherry Healey is at the plant where 85% of Ireland's bottles and jars are recycled. They process 500 tonnes every day. She also investigates the science behind aperitifs. There's nothing special in these beverages which stimulates appetite, it's something common to all alcoholic drinks. She puts it to the test with a team of rugby players, and discovers they eat 8% more : or an additional 320 calories : when alcohol is involved. She's also getting a lesson in the rules of whiskey, learning that "single malt" must be made from 100% malted barley from a single distillery, whereas Bourbon must be 51% maize, and blends can be the product of a mix of grains from different distilleries. But the one thing they have in common is they must be matured in wooden barrels for a minimum of 3 years in order to be called Whiskey. Historian Ruth Goodman is getting spiritual with the history of liqueurs. She learns that their origins are to be found a world away from funky downtown bars. She visits a former monastery and discovers that the drinks were invented by monks looking for the elixir of life. She also visits a distillery in Ireland where she learns that 100 years ago Irish Whiskey held an astonishing 60% of the global whiskey market. Today it's just 5%. This drop was largely due to resistance to adopting the modern column still method of distillation.
Five celebrities meet at a restaurant for dinner. The catch is they'll play games between courses and the loser will have to pay for the entire meal. Featuring Eamonn Holmes, Stacey Solomon, Joe Sugg, Alice Levine & Phil Wang.
Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which focuses on analysis of stories behind headlines and specializes in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionally provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. The programme tries to explain the complexities of the modern world. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
Long-running documentary series focusing on a range of topics from the world of science and philosophy, shedding light on the incredible world around us. Featuring incredible stories of science and looking to answer some of the biggest questions in science today. Ideas, concepts and theories are explained in a way that can be understood and enjoyed by both the scientific community and the general viewer alike.
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