Imagine organising a wedding. Not for yourself, but for your parents! This series follows kids that have the opportunity to organise the wedding of a lifetime, well at least they think so. Ed Petrie and Naomi Wilkinson help children who have been put in charge on what goes on during their parents and step-parents' biggest day of the year. From Doctor Who themed weddings to Haunted Houses, who knows what bizarre, weird and wonderful things will happen when kids become wedding organisers?
Wild & Weird is a British fun television show exploring odd phenomena in nature, from strange animals to mysterious events that can hardly be explained. Humorous presenters Tim Warwood and Naomi Wilkinson look into these cases and try to find answers and check the facts to discover the truth.
All Over the Place: UK is a children's television program about unique and strange traveling destinations across the United Kingdom. The show presenter Ed Petrie visits weird places with his many co-presenters, such is the Bat hospital on the Isle of Wight, the Preston Bus Station or The Storybook Glen. The show also contains segments that present interesting facts about the visited destination, and often, parodies of popular hit songs with lyrics about the place. Each episode ends with a competition segment.
Amazing and longest running children's programme in the world, that features various viewer and presenter challenges, competitions, celebrity interviews, popular culture and sections on making arts and crafts items from household items. Throughout the show's history there have been many presenters, and a number of pets that appeared on the show became household names.
Deadly 60 is a British wildlife documentary series aimed at children. It follows zoologist Steve Backshall, as he travels the world with his camera crew, introducing some of the world's deadliest creatures, from insects and reptiles, to huge mammal predators. Watch him as he explores the traits of these animals, and find out which are the ones he considers the most dangerous. His selection includes wolfs, leopards , anacondas, crocodiles and sharks, but also some surprises like giant ants, sea lions and squids.
Biologist George McGavin goes on a journey around the British Isles to show us the extraordinary little things that are vital to our land. With a revolutionary new microscope camera 7,000 times more powerful than the human eye, George reveals the surprising beauty of Britain close-up. Caterpillars' feet have hooks that anchor them to leaves even upside down, the wings of butterflies and moths are a kaleidoscope of colourful scales that keep them safe from predators, bee stings have barbs that make them stick deep in your skin, and feathers have thousands of hooks that zip together keeping birds airborne. Our cities are full of invisible miniature life too: millions of cute "water bears" graze pavement mosses, and our homes have legions of dust mites scavenging for food in our carpets. This is Britain as you've never seen it before.
What finally killed all the woolly rhinos, mammoths, sloths and sabre-toothed cats?
Sur une Terre où les dinosaures n'auraient pas disparu, Arlo, jeune apatosaurus doux et craintif, se perd et croise le chemin d'un petit garçon sauvage et dégourdi. Alors qu'ils effectuent un périple à travers un environnement hostile, Arlo apprend à surmonter ses peurs et découvre ce dont il est capable...
Eighteen modern women go back to the 60s, 70s and 80s to learn how an unsung army of factory girls took on the fight for equality at work and at home. Presented by Alex Jones.
Mary Berry journeys back to her childhood haunts in Bath and reveals that she was an outdoorsy child and naughty at school! She and Brian Turner visit key locations that resonate with Mary, prompting heartwarming memories of a happy childhood. Brian is inspired to cook two dishes - one full of nostalgia to remind Mary of her mum's home baking, the other a tribute to Mary, drawing on different aspects of her younger years.
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Some Like It Hot and Days of Wine and Roses star Jack Lemmon, with interviews from the archive and classic clips capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.
Chicago, 1929. Joe et Jerry, deux musiciens au chômage, sont les témoins involontaires d'un sanglant règlement de comptes. Pris en chasse par les gangsters, ils se retrouvent dans un orchestre féminin. Travestis en femmes, ils sont engagés et partent pour la Floride. Rapidement, les quiproquos s'enchaînent...
A retrospective of television appearances made by Hollywood icon Tony Curtis.
In this reality TV show, members of the public sell their unwanted antiques at auctions up and down the country in an effort to make profit. Host Paul Martin presents this compelling reality TV show, and there are also experts on hand to do a valuation of the items, too.
A fresh look at the legendary 1943 mission that, extraordinarily, almost never happened.
Much-loved BBC comedy following the exploits of a platoon of Home Guard volunteers as they set about defending their south coast seaside town of Walmington-on-Sea from the threat of invasion during the Second World War. Led by the officious bank manager Captain George Mainwaring (Arthur Lowe), the motley but determined assortment of pensioners, shopkeepers and local farmers are knocked into military shape by the modest Sergeant Wilson (John Le Mesurier) and the accident-prone Corporal Jones (Clive Dunn). But having answered the national call to arms, the gallant defenders spend rather too much time on duty getting in and out of tight spots, as well as squabbling with the town's ARP fire wardens led by grocer Hodges (Bill Pertwee) and their rival Home Guard platoon in neighbouring Eastgate.
Former British parliamentarian Michael Portillo embarks on his most ambitious travelog project to date; exploring the former colonial countries of Indo-China, the Malay Peninsular and the Indonesian islands, from the perspective of a railway passenger. From the ex-British enclaves of Hong Kong to Singapore, Michael's journey takes him into jungles, mountain communities, coastal fishing villages and vibrant cities that bear the scars of war, revolution, despotism and foreign intervention. The history of the railways in this vast region tell a story of conflict, independence, heroism and optimism about the future. Armed with his trusty copy of a pre-war railway guidebook, Michael discovers something new and exciting at every stage of his exciting train journey.
Tracing the story of Ella Fitzgerald's life, this documentary film explores how her music became a soundtrack for a tumultuous century. From a 1934 talent contest at the Apollo theatre in Harlem, the film follows Ella's extraordinary journey across 5 decades as she reflects the passions and troubles of the times in her music and her life. Moving beyond conventional biopic, the film uses images and music to evoke the feel of those times so as to bring to life the context of Ella's unique career, featuring interviews from Smokey Robinson, Jamie Cullum, Tony Bennett, Norma Miller and Laura Mvula.
Jazz classics from the BBC archives with performances from Ella Fitzgerald, Marion Montgomery, Cleo Laine, Blossom Dearie, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone, Peggy Lee, Betty Carter, Amy Winehouse, Eartha Kitt and many more.
Sur le point de quitter Madrid, Julieta, professeure de 55 ans, rencontre par hasard Bea, une amie d'enfance de sa fille Antía. Bea a rencontré Antia quelques jours plus tôt. Julieta décide d'écrire à sa fille, qu'elle n'a pas vu depuis des années, à propos d'un secret trop douloureux pour être révélé...
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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