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Gareth Todd wanted to show his family the delights that Australia had to offer, and firmly believed that their lives would improve greatly if they were to make the move. Wife Jodi felt guilty at the thought of leaving and was torn between her own young family and the people she cared about in the UK. Would a week spent exploring Australia help her make up her mind, or leave her further confused? And three years on, where do the family now call home?
Learn the tricks of the trade when you go to the auctions with Homes Under the Hammer. Join presenters Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes. Watch as ordinary people breathe new life into the otherwise unloved houses, and find out how well they managed to stay within budget. Will they sell and make a profit, or have they invested too much money in a project that wont sell?
Join Eric Knowles, experts Gary Pe and David Harper as today's teams go Bargain Hunting inside Liverpool's St George's Hall before crossing the city for today's auction. Eric crosses the Mersey to find out about the world's finest collection of Della Robbia pottery.
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Celebrating 1,900 years since the building of Hadrian's Wall, the Rev Kate Bottley visits Northumberland to unearth evidence of early Christianity at the nearby Roman settlement of Vindolanda. Mark De Lisser meets members of the Manchester Survivor's Choir, five years on from the Manchester Arena Bombing, and Kate gets to experience the peace and reflection that comes from birdwatching on Northumberland's beautiful east coast. With hymns from St Andrew's Church in Corbridge.
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Miguel, un petit garçon mexicain, a la musique dans le sang. Il s'est même fabriqué une guitare, sur laquelle il joue en se cachant de sa famille. Car les siens détestent la musique. Miguel n'a jamais su pourquoi. Il découvre une photo de l'un de ses ancêtres, la tête découpée et une guitare à la main...
Rossini's Carnival comes to town, resulting in a terrible predicament for Polly.
Incredible and captivating three-part documentary series in which narrator, legendary David Attenborough, explores many ways various animals across the globe use colour throughout their lives. Colour plays an important role in the daily interactions of many species- it is used as a means of communication and cooperation between animals, and this series will give viewers a unique chance to see a world of colour normally invisible to human eyes by using special cameras.
Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift take a first look at this year's gardens and exhibits.
Adam Henson finds out what can be done to combat loneliness among farmers.
The team make a final visit to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
With the backing of an elite York lawyer, Anne and Ann press on with the proposal for a division of the Walker land, meeting Captain Sutherland's every obstruction head-on. But Ann's determination to secure her share of the family estate sends shockwaves through her family. Soon it isn't just the Priestleys who suspect Anne of being behind the proposal.
Gary Lineker presents highlights of a dramatic final day of the Premier League season at both ends of the table. Defending champions Manchester City host Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium, while Liverpool welcome Wolves to Anfield. Everton travel to Arsenal and Burnley take on Newcastle.
Host Paddy McGuinness and team captains Sam Quek and Ugo Monye are joined by four-time superbike world champion Carl Fogarty, sprinter Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, radio host Jordan North and presenter Naga Munchetty.
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