Officers swoop on an illegal sweatshop in Birmingham suspected of being a major supplier of counterfeit clothing. Inside they discover thousands of garments and banks of manufacturing machinery - it's one of their biggest finds ever. They are also on the trail of a cowboy builder who all but destroyed a young family's dream home, ripping off the back of their house and digging up the garden, leaving the property unliveable and the family close to £17,000 out of pocket. In Newcastle, enforcement agents catch up with a criminal fly-tipping gang who are putting profit before public health. Fly tipping costs the city nearly half a million pounds per year to clean up. And a consignment of cheap earings which could contain dangerously high levels of base metals such as nickel are seized.
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.
The long running gardening show that provides fantastic tips and advice on how to keep your garden flourishing throughout the year, with expert horticulturists presenting the show from the comfort of their own gardens across the country.
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 hosted by Shane Richie. Three players who have never met before face a golden wall of cash worth £20,000 and try to hang onto as much of it as possible by correctly answering a series of questions.
Documentary series in which three people- an antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler, go head-to-head in an attempt to make the most money for BBC Children in Need. In each episode, three people scour antique shops, scrap yards and flea markets of various towns across UK, searching for unique and interesting items. They later try to flip their items for a profit, and all the money goes to charity. The series is narrated by actress Miriam Margolyes.
Monthly charity appeal programme which aims to raise awareness for charities across the country and abroad. Highlights health issues and raise money, providing people with hope and notable real help. The funds also cover potential treatments and research and provide support and information about the diseases.
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.
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip is a programme about two teams consisting of an antiques expert and a celebrity who go on a road trip around the UK searching for treasures and competing to make the most money to give to charity. On their trip, they find rare items, and learn more about the history and the item they purchased. Then, they try to sell their antique at an auction, hoping to make a profit and give it all to charity. The celebrity who makes the most money from auctioning the treasures wins in this interesting television show.
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.
Cameras follow the surgical unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. These brave and remarkable people are working literally at the cutting edge, human life and health depend on their precision in movement. The series reveals the astonishing medical procedures that change lives every day, and focuses on astonishingly complex surgeries. These procedures are so impossibly complex that they may cause serious consequences if something is not right.
Unique comedy series, written by and starring award-winning British comedian Sara Pascoe, follows Sara as she tries to understand all those people who are pairing up and having babies, and to prove that love is nothing but chemistry. Her mission will conflict with preparations for her sister's wedding, and her best friend's first pregnancy. This series surpasses the traditional sitcom format by combining quirky characters, surreal moments, animation, and scientific explanation.
Comedy by Diane Morgan. Mandy faces a challenge. With Maxine Peake. Stars Diane Morgan (Cunk on Britain, Motherland, After Life), Michelle Greenidge (After Life) and Michael Spicer (The Mash Report, The Room Next Door), with guest star Maxine Peake (Peterloo, Anne, The Bisexual). Mandy is a BBC Studios production for BBC Two, written, directed by and starring Diane Morgan. The Producer is Sam Ward and the Executive Producer is Ben Caudell.
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.
Six-part documentary series following Hollywood superstar Samuel L. Jackson and investigative journalists Simcha Jacobovici and Afua Hirsch, as they explore the 400-year history of human trafficking from Africa to the New World. A powerful examination of the slave trade as a whole, the series follows three intertwining stories; Samuel L. Jackson's ancestral journey from Gabon to the U.S., uncovering the earliest known shipwreck in the English Channel, and a historical investigation conducted by Jacobovici and Hirsch. The story is one of great tragedy and loss, exposed in full by this poignant series.
Entertaining docu-reality series in which viewers have a chance to see everything that happens behind the doors of one of the most popular and extraordinary hotels in Britain. The Shankly Hotel in Liverpool is famous for its amazing and themed party rooms on the top floor, and the people from all over UK come here to celebrate their important moments- birthdays, weddings, baby showers, anniversary celebrations, and even divorces. Meet the staff and the guests who will share their funny and emotional stories.
Harry Hill presents this comedy series which takes an irreverent look at the preposterous world of television. With his unique brand of humour, Harry casts his eagle-eye over a range of popular TV genres. Harry has been studying the medium and delving into the TV archives from the 1950s to the present day. Armed with his vast knowledge on the subject, Harry lets us in on some industry secrets as he reveals televisual tropes and exposes how these shows are made. Soap operas, medical dramas, cookery shows, home improvement programmes, police dramas and historical documentaries are all subject to Harry's hilarious – and often surreal – scrutiny.
When Donald Trump became president of the most powerful nation on Earth, he brought a bold new approach, honed from a career as a reality TV star and smart-talking businessman. The results turned the political world upside down. This episode gives us a front-row seat to the first 18 months, as key players including Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer, Omarosa Manigault Newman and Anthony Scaramucci take us behind the scenes of this extraordinary presidency.
Documentary series using CCTV footage and bodycam to tell the stories of emergency service workers who were attacked while on duty. With attacks on emergency service officers occurring more and more often, the program follows individuals such as firefighters and police officers who risk their lives on the job to document those dangerous situations.
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