Entertaining and educational British quiz show, hosted by Rick Edwards, where 24 regular contestants compete throughout the series to answer tricky questions. But some of the optional answers are designed to be ''impossible'', or at the very least inconsistent with the information given. The participants must avoid selecting these booby trap answer and the best one wins the £10,000 jackpot.
Documentary series examining how technology is used in the battle against crime in Britain through real life cases. The series follows the work of police detectives who rely on smart technology to solve crime cases all over the country, including burglaries, drug dealing, muggings, violent attacks, online banking frauds and more. They are often able to catch the wrongdoers thanks to various advanced technology devices, such as AI and facial recognition cameras, drones, mobile fingerprint scanners, different software, and even smart phones.
Six-part natural history series presented by naturalist Chris Packham who explores the fascinating skills of the world's most ingenious animals. He wants to know what exactly makes these creatures so intelligent and researches the animal kingdom and animal behaviour. The series follows bees and beetles, budgies, magpies and chimpanzees and others and puts the spotlight on the incredible wildlife and scientific discovery, using the incredible technology to test animals intelligence like never before.
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.
In each episode of this unique game show, three participants will be chosen from a ''Talent Pool'' of 20 contestants using quick qualifying questions, and to win the jackpot they must answer questions from nine very different categories, in 90 seconds. The contestant can choose to answer the questions alone or go ''head hunting''- recruiting candidates from the ''Talent Pool'' to help him.
Competition show in which homeowners across Britain show their houses to five judges, hoping that their house will be named the best. Five property professionals have a chance to judge three homes within a property type category on three criteria- ambition, surprise and functionality. After they see all houses, judges have to decide who has ''The Best House in Town''.
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.
Dans le parc national de l'Ivvavik, entre le Canada et l'Alaska, des milliers de caribous entament une des plus grandes migrations terrestre du monde : quelque 500 kilomètres à effectuer en seulement une vingtaine de jours. La région est particulièrement inhospitalière et isolée. Il faut vite rejoindre les plaines pour donner naissance aux petits caribous et assurer la survie de l'espèce.
Monterey Bay on California's coast is one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world, its giant kelp forest bursting with life, from microscopic plankton to visiting ocean giants. The secret key to success in such a busy microworld is balance. Steve Backshall guides us through the unique geography of the bay and introduces some of its key characters in a quest to find the one species that keeps life in the kelp forest in check.
In this entertaining British quiz show a team of five amateurs compete against champions from various popular quizzes and game shows like Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, Mastermind, Weakest Link, Fifteen to One and more. Presented by Jeremy Vine, the quiz has five rounds with general knowledge questions in which the amateurs try to beat the Eggheads team.
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.
In this interesting programme presented by Sabrina Grant, a team of craftspeople use their skills to transform various prized possessions and give them new life. Individuals bring in different items that have a significant and sentimental meaning to them, but no real purpose. The team convert those into functional objects with a modern and contemporary twist. With some imagination objects like gifts and heirlooms that have been sitting in attics for years, or unused cars, furniture pieces and books can finally get a new meaning.
Unique home makeover show in which presenter Angela Scanlon uses virtual reality and visual effects to show participants what their future home could look like, before it is built in reality. In each episode, two architects compete, creating virtual reality re-designs for various homes, and participants get to choose which one is the winner and that design is then built in real life.
Britain's greatest chefs face each other in a spectacular competition to get a chance to prepare one course of a special four course banquet. Join to watch outstanding cooks showcase their amazing culinary skills as they make some of the most creative and delicious meals judged by a panel of experts. Who will be the winner?
Three-part documentary series examining how the world was changing during the first year of the corona virus pandemic, through stories of people all around the planet. Various individuals recount events from 2020, starting with New Year's Eve 2019 and moving on to the spreading of the virus and the first lockdowns in countries all over the world. The series looks at the ways the pandemic impacted ordinary people with different backgrounds and from different places, as they were starting to face the new normal.
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.
From the Highlands to the Lowlands from majestic moorland to isolated isles, this BBC documentary sees Paul Murton travel the length and breadth of Scotland uncovering the natural wonders and architectural jewels that have acted as a draw to this northern land for centuries. In examining the history of tourism north of the border, Murton sheds new light on seemingly known phenomena and artefacts.
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.
Freddie Mercury's image is known around the world. He was one of the most photographed men in history. But could just a handful of photos uncover new truths about someone we think we all know? This documentary throws a unique lens onto an extraordinary life, focusing on ten defining pictures - from iconic shots to private snaps - with their secrets revealed by those who were there and those who knew Freddie Mercury best.
Golf: The Masters
In November 2016, former footballer Andy Woodward came forward with a shocking tale of abuse that he suffered at the hands of his youth coach. Following this, hundreds of men made allegations against hundreds of their childhood coaches. The first episode of the series begins with Andy's momentous revelation, then goes back to the 1970s to hear from former players Paul Stewart and David White.
Tonight it's the last quarter-final and the four talented heat winners return to fight for a place in the semi-final. The Critic's Test challenge sees the four cook something inspired by global street food - a brief set by one of the country's toughest food critics, Grace Dent. The cooks will have to handle the pressure and show they have what it takes to progress further in the competition.
Interesting docu-reality show in which master carpenter and tree-house designer Simon Parfett and his team help families, couples and retirees who have some unused space, to earn much-needed extra money by creating their own unique B&B. Join Simon as he plans and manages the projects, transforming various neglected spaces, even such as broken-down van, old caravan or a horse box, into wonderful weekend getaways. He will also have his team of designers and craftsmen to help him on his mission.
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