Today in the Repair Shop, three treasured family heirlooms are brought back to life.
The team are in Ibstock, Leicestershire to create a BBQ, baking and teen friendly garden.
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.
All the latest news from the BBC, which is a service provider funded by a licencing fee paid by British households. It is regulated by Ofcom, and aims to educate and inform, but also entertain, it's audience. The content produced by the BBC is intended to be impartial, and it was established in 1922, with headquarters in Westminster, London.
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The latest national and international news.
Join presenter Jo Coburn as she discusses the latest political news and stories in a conversational format, covering the comings-and-goings from Westminster in the BBC's daily politics programme. Featuring opinions and arguments from all the sides of the political spectrum, the show invites informed and opinionated guests to share their views on the stories of the day.
Susan Calman hosts this lively quiz where a boss is chosen among five players and answers five questions to determine the value of each question. Contestants face multiple-choice quickfire questions, puzzles and then one of them is put in control and nominates which of the other participants is the best to answer a particular question. The real Boss takes all cash and walks away.
Make Me a Dealer is on a mission to find talented amateurs who are passionate about antiques and turn them into successful money-making sellers. Two collectors compete against each other while searching for the items to buy at auction and resell at a higher price. The host is Paul Martin, a well-known expert in antiques and a skilled salesman, he guides the beginners in the world of buying and selling and provides them with useful advice and smart tricks of the trade. The one who makes the highest profit is the winner of the challenge.
This Aussie drama is set in the rural heartland of New South Wales immediately after WWII and follows the compelling story of Sarah Adams (Marta Dusseldorp), upon her return home after living overseas for twenty years. Although she was brought up in a strict Catholic environment, she had given up her life in Australia to live with her husband in paris and adopt his Jewish faith. However, believing that he was killed in the war, she sets sail for Australia where she encounters the Bligh family on board the ship and ends up working at a hospital close to where the Bligh family live. Elizabeth Bligh (Noni Hazlehurst), the stubborn and strong-willed matriarch, is at first ambivalent about Sarah but eventually changes her mind as the series progresses. It seems like Sarah's future will be entwined with the Bligh family.
Carol Kirkwood explores various subjects related to gardening by looking back at some of BBC's most popular gardening programs. Each episode focuses on a letter from the alphabet, exploring various plants which start with that letter, including flowers, trees, fruit and vegetables. The most famous faces of television gardening share useful horticulture advice and tips.
The killer whale was long feared as a sea monster until, in May 1964, one was brought into captivity for the first time. This spawned a journey of discovery into the killer whale's true nature. It quickly became clear, these weren't mindless killers; they were in fact highly intelligent social creatures. Today, our understanding is deepening still further and the latest revelations are among the most sensational - not only will these top predators "adopt" and care for injured and abandoned orphans, but it seems there's no longer just the "killer whale".
An exploration of the profound effect that man is having on the Mediterranean Sea. Western civilisation developed around its shores, but now human activity is threatening to destroy it. The team investigate how the Mediterranean gave rise to one of Europe's first super-powers by diving the remains of a Roman shipwreck. They brave the treacherous waters of the Straits of Messina to search for one of the largest predatory sharks in the world, the prehistoric six gill shark.
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.
Every week Richard Osman welcomes four celebrities to play some of his many games. The contestant with the most points at the end of the week is crowned champion and given the House of Games trophy.
The Farmers' Country Showdown is a documentary TV series featuring families getting ready for the same farming event. Each episode celebrates the inspirational farmers and their families and their big Show Days where they compete to present the very best of what they do, demonstrate the fruits of their labor and vie for the first place and the prize.
Stars of The Bill, best friends Roberta Taylor and Trudie Goodwin, set off from Glasgow and charge around Stirlingshire, concluding with an auction in Harrogate. They are accompanied by experts Paul Laidlaw and James Braxton in two very nice classic cars. Norwegian silver catches the eye of one celebrity, while the other is influenced by the taste for gin. Propeller hubs, helmets and a lantern all feature too. Roberta learns how a fracas with an elephant. Trudie, meanwhile, rolls up her sleeves to build a wall in a field in the hope it will still be standing in a century.
This lovely award-winning documentary follows life on different farms in Scotland and England over a course of a year. The series presents all the ups and downs of rural life, as they come and go as the seasons change. Join to see all the sides of this interesting lifestyle, with all its challenges and beauties.
Anthropologist Professor Alice Roberts and historian Dr Yasmin Khan explore the tale of two of Britain's greatest cities - how one became th e capital of a global empire and the other the workshop of the world through the giant excavations being undertaken at either end of the first stage of the HS2 rail project. They begin by digging deeper into the fortunes of rich and poor in Georgian London through the excavations at St James's burial ground next to Euston station that will make way for the new HS2 terminus. They are on the hunt for the lost explorer who extended Britain's Empire across the globe. Several Georgian celebrities were known to have been buried in St James's but many of the graves may have been lost to Nazi air raids and the extension of Euston Station in the late 19th century.
Hammersmith Apollo Theatre hosts some of the biggest names in stand up comedy. Hosted by Jack Dee, performing his own sketches and introducing well known and loved acts such as Lee Mack, Michael McIntyre, Sean Lock and Sarah Millican. Running since September 2004, this showtime series is a classic comedy staple, drawing crowds in their staggering numbers to the theatre in West London, every year.
In-depth news and current affairs review of the main political and economic stories of the day, featuring robust interviews with senior government and opposition figures, business and trade union leaders.
Doctors try to help a man suffering unexplained seizures
Entertaining motoring series which is about everything car-related. With news, reviews, celebrity interviews, challenges and light-hearted interaction between the presenters.
In this series our esteemed judges look back at some of the best characters, most entertaining moments and choose their favourite challenges over the past 15 years.
Murder, Mystery and My Family is a British documentary series following criminal barrister duo, Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein, as they examine real life murder crimes that occurred decades ago. Using modern forensic technology and consulting experts, they're tying to discover if the convicted individuals were falsely accused, as a result of miscarriage of justice. They meet the living relatives of the convicted and offer them a chance to learn more about the lives of their infamous ancestors and find closure. Join them as look deeper into these intriguing historic cases, from a woman who allegedly poisoned her husband, to a man convicted for killing two policemen.
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