Entertaining and educational cookery show in which host, Masterchef's John Torode, takes an alphabetical look through the archives and mouth-watering dishes from some of the nation's favourite television chefs- from Jamie Oliver's savoury apple crumble, and Sophie Dahl's toffee apple crumble, to Lorraine Pascale's legendary Zebra cake, and all the delicious and incredible dishes inbetween.
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.
The long running gardening show that provides fantastic tips and advice on how to keep your garden flourishing throughout the year, with expert horticulturists presenting the show from the comfort of their own gardens across the country.
Dougie and Nick are in their kitchens cooking with fantastic Scottish produce, Euan reflects on how the bird of prey population has changed over the time he has been reporting, and Arlene investigates the impact of Covid-19 on the traditional common riding festivals.
Make the most of the growing season with the Beechgrove team. George shows how easy it is to fix a fallen fig and no matter what the weather, Kirsty explores the unique 'Rain Garden' at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh. Meanwhile agony plant aunt, Carole answers some more viewer's home grown questions.
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Food writer Rachel Khoo takes Fred to Vienna to enjoy exquisite cake and schnitzel.
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.
Music star Alicia Keys tells the incredible story of her friend, tennis legend Serena Williams. The 23-time Grand Slam winner has dominated tennis for almost two decades, along with her sister Venus. Coached by their father Richard, the pair learned to play on the courts of Compton, an underprivileged city in south Los Angeles. After breaking through into the predominantly white, middle-class sport, Serena has become more than a tennis player and is now an inspiration to people across the world. In 2017, she won the Australian Open while pregnant and only ten months after giving birth to her baby girl, Alexis Olympia, she returned to reach the Wimbledon final. Alicia talks about the impact and inspiration of her friend Serena.
Tennis: Wimbledon 2019 Review
Gareth Malone is on a mission to bring the nation together through the power of music. He reaches out to the country's frontline workers, all of whom have a courageous story to tell.
When Bella Brown, a reclusive young woman, is threatened with eviction unless she gives her garden a makeover, she sets to work, watched by her scornful and curmudgeonly next-door neighbour, Alfie.
Access to the famous Red Cross Ball, where dessert comes with edible gold.
Gregg Wallace reconnects with the McVitie's factory in Harlesden, London.
Now a firmly established Pyramid Stage tradition, the Sunday teatime slot celebrates pop's great legends with a strong dollop of showbiz smarts on the side. Mark Radcliffe and Jo Whiley introduce some of the great singalongs in the sunshine that have electrified the festival since Johnny Cash's set in 1994. So prepare to join in with the likes of Neil Diamond, Brian Wilson, Shirley Bassey, Lionel Richie, Al Green and of course 2019's Kylie Minogue. Great artists, great songs, great crowds, an increasing level of camp-ness and a whole lot of happiness.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Lady Gaga, R.E.M.
On Sunday 25 June 2000, David Bowie closed Glastonbury with a spectacular two-hour show, his first performance at the festival since 1971. At Bowie's insistence, only half an hour or so of that stunning set was broadcast on BBC television that night, but fortunately the cameras kept rolling and captured the whole set. This special programme shows Bowie's performance in full, featuring familiar hits including Ashes to Ashes, Starman and Let's Dance.
Ed Sheeran en tête d'affiche de la scène Pyramid lors de la dernière soirée du festival de Glastonbury en 2017.
Public figures debate politics and topical issues. Filmed in front of a live studio audience around the UK, notable guests are faced with questions from members of the public and invited to give their opinions.
Filmed in spring 2019. The control room team feel the pressure on a busy night as they receive calls concerning a cocaine binge, a traffic collision and an accident involving a cherry picker.
Holby City is a long-running British medical drama series and a spin-off of Casualty, as it is set in the same fictional hospital. While Casualty was focusing on the emergency department of the hospital, Holby City follows the professional and private lives of the hospital staff, as well as its patients. As the series progressed it started covering more wards of the hospital, such as the acute assessment unit and the maternity ward.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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