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.
The Instant Gardener, presented by Helen Skelton, is a wondrous gardening show where design expert Danny Clarke helps out residents in need of a garden renovation. With his team of workers alongside him, Danny digs up the old garden and transforms it into a haven of heavenly proportion, much to the delight of the residents. Using his impeccable eye for clever design, Danny makes the most of the available space, enabling the entire garden to be reconstructed. Whether its for elderly citizens unable to do the necessary work, or desperate families looking for somewhere to socialise and play, Helen and Danny make their garden dreams come true.
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.
"Be Prepared" might be a Beechgrove motto as Carole shows the difference between a bed of Hardy Annuals sown in a prepared bed alongside an unprepared bed. George is always prepared as he takes us on a tour of his Joppa allotment. Meanwhile in Scone, Brian is hoping to be prepared for garden activities in the school holidays.
Relive the best moments of James Martin's Saturday Kitchen.
Join Rick Stein on a food lover's dream adventure as he travels across sun-beaten Spanish landscapes in search of the country's most delicious and gratifying foods. Taking in the sights, smells and flavours of a nation steeped in culinary prowess from the driver's seat of his old camper van, Rick navigates his way through Spain's diverse regions that produce unique and wholesome foods. Throughout his journey he meets with interesting locals and visits various markets and growers to find the freshest produce possible, before cooking up a delectable meal in honour of the country's culinary traditions.
Cook Nigel Slater teaches the viewers how to turn weekly shop into seven delicious dishes, one for every day of the week, using just a bit of culinary creativity. His cooking style is very relaxed, the show features over 40 recipes, easy to prepare. Nigel focuses on using what he has, and many of the dishes are made from whatever happens to be in his fridge at the moment. His main and very important message is stop wasting food and use everything you have bought.
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.
In a brand new series, The Reverend Kate Bottley and broadcaster Ashley John-Baptiste reveal the inspiring stories of how people around the country are leading spiritually and emotionally fulfilling lives in a variety of different ways. As they travel across the country, they'll discover new and surprising ways to create connections with other people and the world around us. This week, they set out to meet the people who've found inner peace, calm and equilibrium amongst the hustle and bustle of modern living. Kate takes to the open waters to experience how wild swimming has been a life-changer for some, and even a life-saver for others. While Ashley discovers how a little time living as a hermit could ease the pressures of our busy lives.
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.
Olympics Rewind: London
In the north east of England lies a wild and remote moorland. This ancient landscape of heather-clad uplands and sheltered dales is home to red grouse and tough moorland sheep.
Today at the Test
Reality show in which budding entrepreneurs and inventors stand before five successful business people. They pitch their professional ideas hoping one of the dragons will invest in their company, idea or product.
Romesh Ranganathan used to be someone who travelled to Portugal once a year. He sat by the pool with his headphones on, sipped cold lager and tried his best to avoid the local culture. Then came his Misadventures series - a globetrotting adventure that has seen him visit 9 of the world's most off-the-beaten-path countries, seeing incredible sights and jaw dropping landscapes. Through trips to Haiti, Ethiopia, Albania, The Arctic, Zimbabwe, Mongolia, Bosnia, Colombia and The Sahara he has been surprised and amazed. In this episode Romesh catches up with old friends from Albania, Mongolia and The Arctic, revisiting some of the highlights and introducing never- before-seen moments such as his near-death experience in a high speed Mongolia car rally.
Trump in Tweets tells how Trump used Twitter to change US politics. We learn why this technophobe became a serial tweeter, and witness the impact his tweets have on the world.
Emily Maitlis tells the incredible story of Donald Trump, the world's most famous developer, who changed the New York skyline with his glitzy towers and made himself a multi-billionaire. With unprecedented access to Trump and his family, Maitlis finds out how he did it. Trump's own lifestyle, with the glamorous wives and the private jet, is all marketing for his luxurious brand. Now the all-American tycoon is over here. Maitlis asks why he wants to build a huge golf resort on the sand-dunes near Aberdeen and watches him presiding over his own beauty pageant in Las Vegas. She finds out how it was a Brit who made Trump the star of the original Apprentice series, bringing the media-loving mogul with the amazing hair to an even bigger public.
Current affairs documentary programme.
Paramedic Kirsten responds to an unusual call from the police: a burglar has injured himself while trying to escape from a house he was burgling. As Kirsten arrives to support the crews already at scene, she finds he is in agony with a nasty open fracture to his leg. The teams also attend to a pregnant woman who may be in early labour, a patient suffering an episode of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), a child hit by a car, and a person who has been hit by a train. The air ambulance team also respond to a high-priority call from a school where a pupil is believed to have fallen from a bridge.
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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