Imagine organising a wedding. Not for yourself, but for your parents! This series follows kids that have the opportunity to organise the wedding of a lifetime, well at least they think so. Ed Petrie and Naomi Wilkinson help children who have been put in charge on what goes on during their parents and step-parents' biggest day of the year. From Doctor Who themed weddings to Haunted Houses, who knows what bizarre, weird and wonderful things will happen when kids become wedding organisers?
Wild & Weird is a British fun television show exploring odd phenomena in nature, from strange animals to mysterious events that can hardly be explained. Humorous presenters Tim Warwood and Naomi Wilkinson look into these cases and try to find answers and check the facts to discover the truth.
All Over the Place: UK is a children's television program about unique and strange traveling destinations across the United Kingdom. The show presenter Ed Petrie visits weird places with his many co-presenters, such is the Bat hospital on the Isle of Wight, the Preston Bus Station or The Storybook Glen. The show also contains segments that present interesting facts about the visited destination, and often, parodies of popular hit songs with lyrics about the place. Each episode ends with a competition segment.
Amazing and longest running children's programme in the world, that features various viewer and presenter challenges, competitions, celebrity interviews, popular culture and sections on making arts and crafts items from household items. Throughout the show's history there have been many presenters, and a number of pets that appeared on the show became household names.
Deadly 60 is a British wildlife documentary series aimed at children. It follows zoologist Steve Backshall, as he travels the world with his camera crew, introducing some of the world's deadliest creatures, from insects and reptiles, to huge mammal predators. Watch him as he explores the traits of these animals, and find out which are the ones he considers the most dangerous. His selection includes wolfs, leopards , anacondas, crocodiles and sharks, but also some surprises like giant ants, sea lions and squids.
Incredible wildlife 3-part documentary series that shows viewers some of the most elusive species of the feline family and uncovers their secret lives, bringing them out of the shadows. Using the latest technology and research and over the course of two years, the Big Cats team travelled to 14 different countries and filmed 31 out of the 40 species- more than any other crew has done before. Meet some amazing cats- from the smallest, to the world's most lonesome cat, see how they adapted to challenges of life in almost every environment on Earth, and follow the scientists who are studying wild cats in more detail than ever before.
Nadiya Hussain travels across the British Isles to explore its food industry in this delightful cooking show. The winner of 2015's The Great British Bake Off meets with farmers and food industry workers to discuss the importance and value of local produce. Upon returning to her kitchen, Nadiya then produces some delectable dishes using a variety of local, British ingredients.
Join chef Brian Turner as he uses the power of food to transport celebrities back to their pasts. In each episode he is joined by a household name, and takes them on a journey of nostalgia, as together they return to locations that have held prominence in his guests' respective lives. The guests discuss stories about their early years and adolescence, sharing the memories that have shaped their character and personality. Brian furthers their reminiscence with foods and dishes they ate during these times, with the smells, sights, and tastes, evoking a mixture of memories both poignant and personal.
Classic Hitchcock mystery based on John Buchan's novel. A man is pursued by the police for a murder he did not commit, and by an international spy ring for information he does not possess. He finds himself fleeing across the desolate Scottish moors : handcuffed to a beautiful blonde.
To this day, Alfred Hitchcock is looked on as one of cinema's best and most influential directors. But how did the stars of his films finding working with the great man? To some he was 'the master', to others 'the manipulator'. Talking Pictures explores the relationship between Hitch and his leading actors, using rarely seen interviews of the man himself and a line-up that includes Kim Novak, Tippi Hedren, Joan Fontaine, Janet Leigh and Sean Connery.
Coast is a BBC documentary series covering various subjects relating to both the natural and social history of the British coastline and that of Britain's near neighbours. Take a journey starting from the White Cliffs of Dover and then around the coast of Great Britain with a side trip to Northern Ireland, explore various locations of the coast of the Republic of Ireland and the Shetland Islands, visit Ireland, Normandy and Norway. Each episode focuses on a particular theme and locations around the British Isles.
The series concludes with a celebration of some of the remotest properties that have featured on Escape to the Country. Nicki Chapman delivers a collection of homes and lifestyles that are rural getaways in every sense of the word. There's also a focus on the finest views featured over the years as well as highlights from rural businesses and activities where presenters have found themselves off the beaten track.
Exploring the restless rhythms of the British countryside. Hidden away in the most easterly part of the British Isles are the Fens of East Anglia, a landscape of wild wetlands and fertile farmland.
Join writer, filmmaker and historian, David Olusoga, on a journey into Britain's past, as he chronicles the last 180 years of history, through the perspective of a single home and its residents.
Dramatisation of how Bob Geldof was inspired to instigate first Band Aid and then the Live Aid concert, in partnership with promoter Harvey Goldsmith.
Music magazine featuring archive footage from the Top of the Pops chat show.