The series catches up with individuals who purchased new properties and moved to the countryside in the previous show called Escape to the Country. The presenters visit them in their new homes to see how they settled, while the proud homeowners share stories about their new lifestyles, and show of the improvements they made on their country houses. They offer an insight into their new found peace, and share how the decision to move to the country transformed their everyday lives.
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.
Celebrating the diversity of British culture, Our Lives is a collection of documentaries that each examines a unique aspect of society. Many of the items are powerful and topical stories, featuring everyday citizens and the paths they have chosen in life, whether following a passion or simply devoted to their work. A series that encapsulates the British spirit and unique characters that shape the country, stories have included a young man who has grown up in care from the age of six, and has devoted his life to Northern Soul, and a Gravesend-based football team, Punjab United, run by British Sikhs.
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.
George Turner is a columnist who writes weekly columns for a Sydney newspaper that has to be exactly 800 words long. But after the death of his wife he seeks for a new start and decides to move to a small coastal town of Weld in New Zealand. He first has to break the news to his two teenage children. And when they get there not everything goes as he planned. Their home is not finished and the neighbors are nosy. Shay and Arlo are struggling to fit in their new school, while George gets into trouble with the locals.
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.
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Natural Curiosities is a documentary series presented by broadcasting legend David Attenborough, as he introduces us to some of his favorite evolutionary anomalies in different animal species. These oddities are the reason humans always admired these creatures and often built myths or superstitions around them. Attenborough explores the history behind these beliefs, and offers a better understanding of these fascinating animals, from chameleons and sea-horses to bats. Each episode talks about two species connected by a common trait, such as the ability to produce electricity or the ability to cope with extreme cold.
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.
A British television programme, the companion show to the popular BBC One programme Strictly Come Dancing. The hosts interview the dancers competing in the main Saturday night show and celebrities, as well as the judges and celebrity fans to see what they think of the couples' performances. The show features the footage from the rehearsal rooms and exclusive behind-the-scenes gossip.
MOTDx is a fun television show dedicated to football. Join retired footballer Jermaine Jenas and his football-loving friends, Craig Mitch, Chelcee Grimes and Reece Parkinson. They discuss everything about the English Premier League, including the latest news, teams, goals and skills, and talk to the biggest stars of the nation's favorite sport.
Keeley Donovan explores the different sources of energy in Britain and meets the people who work in these industries. This includes wind, nuclear, gas and biomass energy. She travels around the county to take a closer look at the most important locations for these sources of energy, from the Cumbrian to the Yorkshire coast.
The number of pubs that close down all across Britain every year is getting bigger and bigger. It seems that people are going out less and the pub-owners struggle with issues like taxes, rents and wages a lot more than before. Celebrity chef Tom Kerridege, who's very passionate about pubs and believes them to be an essential part of British culture, sets out on a mission to help out pubs under threat of closure. Using his long-time experience, he will spend time with the stuff and local communities of different pubs around the country to try to find the best possible solutions to keep them open.
Scientists behind the scenes discuss what really happened in the run up to first lockdown.
With a collection of comedians and hosted by Dara Ó Briain, Mock The Week tells the news in a way like never before. Covering topics within major international news and regional news within Britain, the panellists will answer questions regarding the news in a comedic way, including commenting on photos, quotes and videos featured within the news.
The Mini Mash Report is a miniature version of The Mash Report, a satirical show hosted by Nish Kumar, commenting on the events and news stories that didn't happen over the past week.
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.
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BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner explores what it is like to become disabled.
Join presenter Angela Scanlon, who will, with her celebrity guests, examine and discuss every year from 2000 to 2009. Each week, she and her two guests will talk about the films, music, dramas, television moments, fashion and entertainment highlights that shaped the certain year. They will also say what were their own favourite moments, and explain why that year was important for them.
Spectacular documentary revolving around autumn, the magic season of the year which has just so many reasons to be in love with. The series presents various sides of spectacular autumn, tracks the changes in nature, and explains how autumn was born four and a half billion years ago.
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Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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