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.
What child doesn't dream of having their very own den? That secret place, only for them; a magical escape from reality. Here to help the children realise their dreams are a group of engineers, expert builders and designers; the dengineers.
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.
This week Saturday Kitchen is hosted by Matt Tebbutt and he's joined by chefs Ching He Huang and Glynn Purnell plus special guest Marian Keyes via video link. Plus great moments from the BBC food archive including clips from Rick Stein, Keith Floyd, Nadiya Hussain & Nigella Lawson. This week drinks expert, Helen McGinn, joins via video link and is picking the wines to go with the studio dishes.
Nick Nairn and Dougie Vipond celebrate the fantastic range of food and drink Scotland has to offer. In this episode, they focus on street food, making falafel with beetroot houmous and Greek salad. Joining them in the kitchen are street food chef Rachna Dheer, from the Babu Bombay Street Kitchen in Glasgow, and Call the Midwife actress Laura Main, who selects a Scottish gin to accompany the food.
Award-winning cookbook author and food critic Simon Hopkinson shares his secrets from the kitchen in this delicious cooking series, revealing his tips and tricks to create restaurant-quality meals at home.
Heart-warming and exciting documentary series in which host Len Goodman, English professional ballroom dancer, dance judge, and coach, and a celebrity guest travel to a favourite childhood holiday location of that guest in the United Kingdom to relive some wonderful memories. Goodman also meets with local historians and residents of each location to discover how the places have changed over the decades. Some of the celebrities featured in the series are Eamonn Holmes, Matt Allwright, Esther Rantzen, Ainsley Harriot, Dave Myers, Anita Manning,... and some destinations that are visited are Cornwall, Blackpool, Devon and Scotland.
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.
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.
Incredible wildlife 3-part documentary series that shows viewers some of the most elusive species of the feline family and uncovers their secret lives, bringing them out of the shadows. Using the latest technology and research and over the course of two years, the Big Cats team travelled to 14 different countries and filmed 31 out of the 40 species- more than any other crew has done before. Meet some amazing cats- from the smallest, to the world's most lonesome cat, see how they adapted to challenges of life in almost every environment on Earth, and follow the scientists who are studying wild cats in more detail than ever before.
En Angleterre, à la fin du XVIIIe siècle, lady Susan Vernon vient de perdre son riche époux, mais elle est bien décidée à ne pas perdre son statut social. Belle et manipulatrice, elle se rend chez le frère de son défunt mari et jette son dévolu sur Reginald, le jeune frère de sa belle-soeur...
Snooker: World Championship
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.
Michael hears how new rail lines transported spectators to the Nazi Olympic Games of 1936.
Today at the Test
Le 9 avril 1940, en pleine Seconde Guerre mondiale, la ville d'Oslo est attaquée par les Allemands. Cinquante navires de guerre ont fait route vers le pays par le détroit danois. Alors que le président du parlement refuse de plier, le roi est confronté à un choix difficile, qui sera décisif pour son pays...
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