Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, David and Harry, take a look at some of their favourite quirky garden rescues, including a music festival-inspired transformation featuring a Second World War air-raid shelter, a garden that blends the best of Yorkshire with the best of Japan, and a cool contemporary makeover focused around a quirky steel box. They also offer some fresh ideas and tips, including how to bring a touch of the Mediterranean into your garden and a quirky idea for giving your garden a shabby chic look.
Murder, Mystery and My Family is a British documentary series following criminal barrister duo, Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein, as they examine real life murder crimes that occurred decades ago. Using modern forensic technology and consulting experts, they're tying to discover if the convicted individuals were falsely accused, as a result of miscarriage of justice. They meet the living relatives of the convicted and offer them a chance to learn more about the lives of their infamous ancestors and find closure. Join them as look deeper into these intriguing historic cases, from a woman who allegedly poisoned her husband, to a man convicted for killing two policemen.
Wildlife documentary series following a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. The Whiskers have grown again, to 40 meerkats, and to make things worse, Big Cy from the rival Lazuli group is around. When the Whiskers go foraging together for the first time, they get separated.
See Hear is BBC's long-running monthly television program targeted at deaf audiences, addressing issues relevant for the deaf community in Britain and all over the world. This magazine presented entirely in British Sign Language discusses different topics, from deaf people's rights to education and technology, with the aim to inform people with hearing problems about the latest news and stories.
"Be prepared" might be a Beechgrove motto as Carole shows the difference between a bed of hardy annuals sown in a prepared bed alongside an unprepared bed. George is always prepared as he takes us on a tour of his Joppa allotment. Meanwhile, in Scone, Brian is hoping to be prepared for garden activities in the school holidays.
Nature series documenting a scientific expedition into the dephts of New Guinea to learn of its wild secrets.
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.
Quiz show in which teams of challengers are pitted against acclaimed quiz show champions known as the 'Eggheads'.
Documentary series looking at a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. The Whiskers have split into two groups. Flower's little band of seven struggle to find enough food to survive. The exiled Tosca has a change of fortune until her mother returns.
Michael Portillo travels from the chateaux of the Loire Valley to the heart of the Champagne region at Reims. Beginning in historic Orleans, Michael follows his Bradshaw's guide to the magnificent stained-glass windows of the Cathedral of Sainte-Croix, which tell the story of the heroine of France, Joan of Arc. The image of the saintly teenage warrior endures as a symbol of resistance and her life is celebrated in an annual parade. Michael meets her modern-day incarnation. Among the spectacular Renaissance palaces and fortresses of the River Loire, Michael is intrigued to discover a castle much modernized during the 1930s, which became a refuge for a British royal couple embroiled in scandal.
Au XVIIIe siècle, Margaret Wells tient une maison close dans un quartier pauvre de Londres. Elle y accueille de nombreux hommes bénéficiant d'une solide position sociale. Jour après jour, elle tente de trouver une issue à ses deux filles pour qu'elles échappent à cet univers toxique où les femmes ne sont que des marchandises...
Margaret est surprise de voir arriver l'un de ses vieux amis, alors qu'elle peine à faire face à toutes les contraintes liées au commerce très spécial dont elle s'est fait une réputation. La jeune tenancière se demande alors si cet homme serait intéressé par l'idée d'investir dans l'établissement interlope qu'elle gère...
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.
Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which specialises in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionaly provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
Current affairs documentary programme.
Jay Blades investigates our seafaring history through three items repaired in the barn.
Celebrity version of the hit cooking competition MasterChef, where famous faces from sport, television, music, and other forms of show business do battle in the kitchen, to prove they have what it takes to become the culinary champion.