The Repair Shop: Fixing Britain
Presented by Steve Brown, today Greatest Escapes to the Country turns its attention to the ever-popular county of Cornwall. It might be one of the top British staycation destinations, but the houses featured confirm that this holiday hotspot can also serve up a home for all seasons. Beyond the house-hunt, there's a look back at the stories that reflect the Cornish countryside and coast in all its glory.
In Hong Kong, Michael's highlights include the enviably efficient mass transit system.
Gordon and Alastair head to the Western Isles of Scotland. They visit the Isle of Mull where Gordon grew up and Tiree where Alastair's dad was brought up and where Alastair spent much of his childhood. They are in search of otters which live up to their reputation and prove to be very elusive, much to Alastair's annoyance. Sea eagles and puffins are less secretive, making Gordon's job a little easier. They also discover an unconventional way of attracting seals which involves Alastair, a wet suit and a set of bagpipes... Gordon only has three days - can he get Alastair to appreciate the natural world in the way he does?
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The big political issues of the day. Includes live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show where being number one is everything. Five contestants compete to take control and knock the Boss out of the game. Who will rise to the top and walk away with the cash prize?
Terry and Mason's Great Food Trip
Paul Martin presents from Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk, once home to Benedictine monks, and he also visits the circus. Experts Thomas Plant and Kate Bateman pick out some gems to take to auction, among them a religious relic from France and a Martin brothers vase.
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?
Presented by Steve Brown, this episode turns its attention to the ever-popular county of Cornwall. It might be one of the top British staycation destinations, but the houses featured confirm that this holiday hotspot can also serve up a home for all seasons. Beyond the house-hunt, there is a look back at the stories that reflect the Cornish countryside and coast in all its glory.
Wimbledon: The Best of the Championships
Paul Murton visits Coll, where he meets local crofter Angus Kennedy, who lived and worked away but has returned to work the land of his childhood. Paul also visits Nicolas Maclean Bristol, owner of Breachacha Castle and descendant of the ancient MacLeans of Coll, whose history on the island goes back to the 14th century. The island's population has slumped to just 200 people in recent years, but Nicolas runs a charity on the island which encourages young volunteers to come and work here from all over the world, giving the island distinctly cosmopolitan feel.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
In this intimate and extremely personal documentary comedian and TV presenter Alex Brooker examines his disability to acknowledge for the first time how much it impacts on who he is. Alex revisits key moments from his past, uncovering both joyful and difficult memories. Having conversations with family and friends that he's never had before he engages with his elements of his disability he has avoided until now. Turning to the present, Alex explores what it really means to be disabled in the UK today. Admitting that he knows he's out of touch with many people's disability experience he comes face to face with the lives of disabled Brits around the country to see the reality of day-to-day life - from prejudice and lack of support, to resilience, camaraderie and just "being me".
Get ready for stylish surprises as Rylan Clark-Neal's department store once again opens its doors to four customers with unique style dilemmas. This week, we meet an Essex pawnbroker who has put off his wedding three times because he's lost confidence in how he looks, and a biker chick from Newport Pagnell rocks up wanting a funked-up feminine look. Other customers include Nini, a stay-at-home mum who wants her fashion mojo back after battling a brain condition, and lifelong military man Mike comes into the department store desperately seeking a smart casual look that's perfect for a single man in his sixties.
Exploring the unique principality as it hosts the Monaco Grand Prix.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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