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?
My First Festivals is an educational children's documentary show introducing the youngest audience to different cultures through a look at their festivals and holidays, including the Chinese New Year, Jewish Hanukkah, Hindu festival Diwali, or Christian Easter and Christmas. In each episode we see a child who celebrates a certain holiday with his or her family and community. It's a nice way for children to find out about other cultures and customs, and learn to respect differences.
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.
The professor examines the effects of light as it interacts with our planet, witnessing a moonbow in Iceland and visiting a volcano to explain why hot things glow red. Last in series.
En Chine, le quotidien d'animaux sauvages qui tentent de survivre. Yaya, une femelle panda géant éduque son petit Mei Mei, tandis qu'il explore le monde et gagne en indépendance. Tao Tao, un singe doré âgé de 2 ans, cherche sa place dans sa fratrie après la naissance de sa petite soeur...
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.
Nadiya Hussain travels across the British Isles to explore its food industry in this delightful cooking show. The winner of 2015's The Great British Bake Off meets with farmers and food industry workers to discuss the importance and value of local produce. Upon returning to her kitchen, Nadiya then produces some delectable dishes using a variety of local, British ingredients.
Cookery programme mixing food with travel. Most people don't plan a 5000-mile trip around artisan baking, but Si King and David Myers are not like most people. Si and Dave, popularly known as the Hairy Bikers, travel this whopping distance to track down the finest bakers they can find and celebrate the best of European baking. Taking in Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Italy, Austria, France, Spain and the Netherlands; they sample a wide array of baked goods from simple, yet delicious, breads to more complex creations. Picking up hints and tips along the way, they also try a few recipes of their own.
Amateurs try to impress the judges with their sewing skills in the hope of being crowned Britain's best home sewer. In each episode, the sewers compete against each other in three challenges. After which, one of them will be eliminated.
Money For Nothing is a British TV program hosted by Sarah Moore, Jay Blades and EJ Osborne. The hosts save things from being dumped and transform them into valuable pieces, making money for people who had no idea there was cash to be made from their old useless stuff. Any profit is then returned to those people. The team salvage items from recycling centers and transform them into unique treasures. They manage to recycle old bowling balls, cooperate with designers to give a second life to old furniture, create a gorgeous dress from a salvaged leather sofa and work all kinds of miracles.
Wanted Down Under is a TV series, focusing on British families that consider emigrating from the UK to either Australia or New Zealand. The series gives a look at life in the opposite part of the world ahead of possible migration. Families or couples thinking of leaving UK get a taste of life "down under" in order to make the right decision. They spend a trial week in Australia or New Zealand and explore the city, variety of property, job opportunities, lifestyle, financial cost of living and much more and then make up their mind to take their next step.
Today Nicki Chapman is looking back at Escape to the Country's greatest house hunts and through the centuries, with a compilation of magnificent, historic properties. These spectacular homes span hundreds of years of history and include thatched cottages and timber-framed hall houses as well as apartments and wings carved out of countryside mansions.
Cricket Greatest Matches Lord's 2000
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.
Storm Hector causes havoc on the tracks, and Sajid retires after 45 years in the station.
50 years ago, a young Rick Stein travelled south from San Francisco, journeying along the the tarmac of the Pacific Coast Highway to Mexico and beyond. Fast-forward to today, and Rick is retracing his steps from that memorable and lasting journey, visiting diverse cities and culinary cultures along the way. The British chef and restaurateur visits delectable restaurants in the USA before crossing into Tijuana from San Diego; one of the world's busiest borders. Once in Mexico, his senses are overloaded with delicious smells and tastes, travelling to the capital of Mexico City, as well as the deserts of Oaxaca and the Yucatan Peninsula.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Lady Gaga, R.E.M.
Showcasing her superstar status, Adele took the Pyramid Stage by storm, performing hits including Rumour Has It, Rolling in The Deep and Someone Like You.
Coldplay closed Glastonbury 2016 with a bang, bringing their classic blend of powerful and emotive pop anthems to the Pyramid Stage. Playing hits including 'Fix You', "Paradise" and 'Yellow', they were also joined onstage by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, for a very special performance of "To Love Somebody" and "Stayin" Alive'.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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