The team turn a deck in Tredegar into a stylish and low-maintenance outdoor room.
Explore the British landscape with Countryfile presenters who report upon areas and topics of interest in relation to nature within Britain. Every show reports upon the issues in relating to farming, wildlife and rural transport along with a weather forecast so you can stay up to date on your countryside news. The presenters also cover small hacks for viewers to support their local ecosystem.
Everything you need to know about gardening.
Dougie investigates how rural businesses are transforming to become delivery services.
In home grown style Beechgrove will see the team giving weekly updates from their own patches of Scotland. Carole, George, Brian and Kirsty will reflect where we all are, and that is at home and crucially home and garden. In this episode, the team will be making creative gardening use of the contents of our bins and answering viewer's video gardening questions via a virtual Q&A.
Relive the best moments of James Martin's Saturday Kitchen.
It is judgment day and a famous Harry Potter actor helps decide who will represent Wales.
The stirring true story of a courageous Frenchwoman who returned to her occupied homeland to spy for the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War.
World Snooker: Crucible Classics
Steve Davis goes back to the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield to celebrate 40 years of the Snooker World Championships. If the walls of this famous regional theatre could talk, they would tell tales of tears, triumphs, occasional debauchery, laughter and top-class sport. With contributions from snooker legends Dennis Taylor, Stephen Hendry, Jimmy White and super fans Stephen Fry and Richard Osman.
Angela Scanlon helps couples try before they buy as two rival architects reveal radical new visions for homes using virtual reality, but which will be built in the real world?
The story of how some of the UK's favourite foods and goods are produced and processed before they reach our homes. Presenters Cherry Healey and Gregg Wallace are invited into different factories, in Britain and abroad, to see the work that goes into creating the products we enjoy every day. They get firsthand experience in factories of some of the biggest brands around today, including Kellogg's, Walkers and Heinz. They also discover the interesting methods used to create such items as bicycles, shoes and toilet roll. Meanwhile, historian Ruth Goodman explains how manufacturing processes have progressed and developed over the years.
Adventurer and author Simon Reeve sets his sights this time on travelling across the Mediterranean in this captivating 4-part TV documentary series. Simon travels across Malta, learns about turtle conservation in Italy, goes on patrol with UN peacekeepers in Gaza, visits the African north coast, and finally ending his adventure in Corsica. One to never turn away from the darkness that can infiltrate society if left unchecked, he explores drastically changing landscapes, people facing life-threatening situations on a daily basis, and those taking positive action to fight back against evil in the modern world.
The five teams reunite to reveal fascinating insights into their experiences.
Stacey travels to America to meet people prepping for an uncertain future all with different concerns – from climate change and natural disasters to civil unrest.
Including a special introduction from Louis Theroux, who is live-tweeting along with the episode using #watchwithlouis. According to some reports, there are now more tigers in captivity in the US than in the wild in the whole of Asia, as well as large numbers of lions, bears and chimpanzees. Travelling to America's heartlands, Louis Theroux spends time with an Oklahoma man who has bred and collected over 150 tigers, visits the woman who privately owns one of America's largest collections of chimpanzees, and finds himself in uncomfortably close contact with a number of big cats and dangerous primates.
Quatre vampires vivent paisiblement en colocation depuis plus de cent ans dans le quartier de Staten Island. Une nuit, leur seigneur et maître, le baron Afana, s'invite sans prévenir pour rappeler au groupe sa mission première : soumettre le Nouveau Monde.
La baron se réveille, sortant d'un très long sommeil, et demande à découvrir toutes les merveilles du Nouveau Monde lors d'une virée nocturne. Le maître est avide d'expériences...
Topical debate programme featuring political and public figures answering questions from members of the public.
Seven celebrities of differing faiths and beliefs tackle a 2,200km pilgrimage to Istanbul.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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