In this documentary series we follow the brilliant men and women of the Repair Shop, who use their immeasurable talents to restore valuable antiques, heirlooms and anything they can get their hands on. Whether they're horologists, blacksmiths, carpenters or upholstery upcyclers we showcase their remarkable abilities at fixing things up and restoring them to their former glory.
Arit and Charlie put luxury style into glam couple Sarah and Tristan's Stevenage garden.
Former British parliamentarian Michael Portillo heads off to continental Europe with a copy of an early 20th century railways travel guidebook to learn more about how life has changed in modern cities, historic towns and rural communities. His definitive Bradshaw's volume, penned just before the First World War, paints a compelling and nostalgic picture of trade and travel around republics and monarchies that were shortly to be swept aside by conflict. Many of the places that Michael visits will be well-known to holidaymakers, but he heads off the beaten tourist track, and meets people who are eager to share their stories of bygone times, and of a continent re-shaped by its expanding railway network.
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.
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.
Jimmy Doherty travels to Nepal to meet an ancient group of people who risk their lives to farm their local honey. A keen beekeeper with a passion for honey, Jimmy has always been blown away by the sheer variety of flavours, appreciating a good honey like others enjoy a fine wine. So when he heard about an ancient group of people in Nepal who are willing to risk their lives to taste their local honey, he knew he wanted to share the experience. As a "honey hunter" Jimmy must scale a massive cliff to reach the home of more than two million bees and dangle 200 feet up to get their honey. If successful, the reward is not only to learn more about these amazing bees, but also to taste one of nature's finest bounties - beautiful wild honey.
Le crocodile du Nil, le faucon pèlerin, le guépard et le requin blanc ont pour point commun d'être de redoutables prédateurs. Mais comment parviennent-ils à ce résultat ? Ce documentaire propose de découvrir leurs techniques de chasse ainsi que leur fonctionnement biologique au moyen d'images de synthèse et de prises de vue au plus près des animaux. En plein coeur de Londres niche une famille de faucons pèlerins. Chaque jour, la femelle faucon doit parvenir à tuer des pigeons afin de nourrir ses petits, le temps qu'ils deviennent adultes. Le crocodile, pour sa part, peut parfois attendre un an avant de tuer une nouvelle proie. Durant tout ce temps, son corps et son coeur se mettent au ralenti.
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.
The River Wye winds its way through the Welsh heartlands before emptying into the river Severn and provides stunning scenery of natural beauty. Join our host, writer, adventurer and angler Will Millard, as he follows the river from it source in the mountains on the slopes of Plynlimon and examine how important it is to the local communities that it passes by. Taking in towns such as Glasbury, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Ross-on-Wye and Chepstow, Will learns about the history and traditions of each area, encounters many local characters, takes part in a rowing regatta, visits a cider farm and a coal mine and attempts to paint a masterpiece.
With a new title, and a new regular slot, Mary Beard's topical arts series (formerly Lockdown Culture) returns. This time she's venturing out from her home study, and her first stop is Stonehenge, a British cultural icon she has revered since she was a child. Mary has rare access to the stone circle where she's meeting leading creative voices, including Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller. With her usual wit and probing curiosity she'll be exploring which cultural forms are the winners and which the losers of the pandemic.
Documentary series celebrating the heroic volunteers of Britain's RNLI, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, and the daunting challenges they face to save the lives of their fellow citizens. These unpaid volunteers risk their lives on a daily basis, manning stations, boats and beaches in their free time. Our camera crews are on hand to capture the RNLI's tasks and procedures, filming the difficult decisions these brave men and women have to make every day.
Cutting-edge British stand-up comedy shows that are recorded at the famous Hammersmith Apollo. In this series six compilation shows focus on different subjects, and present their classic comedic take on various topics.
Julia reluctantly agrees to help Amanda launch her new shop. But a careless online post leads to trouble. Liz resents gentrification and Kevin has written an unusual children's book.
Boundary-pushing Scottish comedian, Frankie Boyle, tackles the week's news from his hilarious perspective, trying to make sense of today's world's peculiarities. Featuring stand-up segments, audience interaction, and guest discussions.
Comedy short featuring Bob Mortimer and Frankie Boyle. Frankie shows Bob his recipe for Lancashire hot pot, but runs into trouble when the show fails to deliver its quota of fun, education and social media buzz.
An alternative nature documentary, following the life and struggles of wild wolves as they attempt to hunt down a herd of elk. Narrated by Matt Berry and full of fruity language.
Comedy short set in the 1930s in which Hilda Stolf visits her doctor, complaining of a rare case of 'high foot'.
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.
Following their respective, life-changing surgeries, old friends Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse venture out into the British outdoors for a spot of fishing. Travelling around the country, the pair of comedians visit idyllic rivers, picturesque lakes and stunning landscapes, utilising Paul's angling abilities and Bob's, well, enthusiasm, to catch some of Britain's most beautiful fish. A warm, slow-paced series that encapsulates both the beauty of Britain and friendship, the two tenderly-aged entertainers journey to wonderful locations, with Bob usually on hospitality duty, arranging the accommodation and the food.
Harry Hill presents this comedy series which takes an irreverent look at the preposterous world of television. With his unique brand of humour, Harry casts his eagle-eye over a range of popular TV genres. Harry has been studying the medium and delving into the TV archives from the 1950s to the present day. Armed with his vast knowledge on the subject, Harry lets us in on some industry secrets as he reveals televisual tropes and exposes how these shows are made. Soap operas, medical dramas, cookery shows, home improvement programmes, police dramas and historical documentaries are all subject to Harry's hilarious – and often surreal – scrutiny.
Eye-opening documentary series that tells the story of a property boom that is happening in Manchester and introduces people on every side- those who are working but also living in the eye of this housing boom. Manchester is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK, with a population due to double in the next five years. This captivating series features various compelling stories- from a property developer who is doing his best to transform an area better known for sex workers into a cool neighbourhood, a millionaire who is looking for the perfect penthouse to store shoes and collection of designer clothing, to a single mum searching for an affordable home for her family, the 5000 homeless people trying to get themselves off the streets, and much more.
The Reverend Kate Bottley and Ashley John-Baptiste present amazing and unbelievable stories of those people who change their lives for the better and now lead peaceful and spiritually fulfilled lives. The inspiring stories of people from all over the country reveal many ways to find a new life-changing role, occupation that can lift a person up.
A professional look at healthy and no so healthy food from the hosts, Gloria Hunniford and Chris Bavin. Get advice on what food is worth eating and how and what it's better to avoid at all. There are many confusions regarding favourite British dishes. The hosts will uncover the truth about which foods we should be eating to live longer, if when we eat is as important as what we eat, which diets are working and why, if a glass of wine a day is good and so much more.
This is BBC Two.
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