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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.
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.
Reality show in which budding entrepreneurs and inventors stand before five successful business people. They pitch their professional ideas hoping one of the dragons will invest in their company, idea or product.
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.
Join presenter Jo Coburn as she discusses the latest political news and stories in a conversational format, covering the comings-and-goings from Westminster in the BBC's daily politics programme. Featuring opinions and arguments from all the sides of the political spectrum, the show invites informed and opinionated guests to share their views on the stories of the day.
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.
What could be better than travelling around the beautiful Mediterranean with your best pal sampling some of the best food available? The answer is, of course, doing this adventure on the back on your motorbike. Hairy Bikers' Mediterranean Adventure is part-travel show, part cookery series in which the TV chefs, Dave Myers and Si King, are on a journey to discover the genuine tastes of the Med. Whilst visiting Corsica, Minorca, Majorca, Sardinia, Italy and France the two enthusiastic cooks learn about local ingredients, traditional dishes, heritage, history and culture. With recipes of some of the mouth-watering dishes, so you can bring a bit of sunshine into your cooking at home.
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?
Documentary series that tells the extraordinary and true story of a network of corrupted, bent coppers that operated throughout London in the 1970s, which led to the formation of the first internal anti-corruption unit. This team, named A10, inspired the famous drama series ''Line of Duty''. Everything started when a desperate south London villain told ''The Times '' about how he is being extorted for money by a detective in the Metropolitan Police, but that was just the beginning. This gripping series features insider interviews, archive footage and secret recordings.
QI XL is comedy gold, quizzing your favourite comedians on their general knowledge, with permanent panellist Alan Davies consistently providing hilarious answers and ridiculous anecdotes.
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.
4.50pm on a summer evening, a van pulls up outside an address on a residential street in Manchester. The occupants of the vehicle are delivering drugs to a local crack house. As the driver gets out and goes to the door, a masked man bursts out and shoots repeatedly into the van - and then across the street at the escaping driver. The passenger of the vehicle, Luke Graham, is shot through the chest, and despite efforts of local people and first responders, he later dies in hospital. GMP's Major Incident Team (MIT) launch a murder investigation. The suspects are believed to be members of a violent organised crime group. As the investigation unfolds, the police team meticulously piece together evidence from CCTV and phone records to uncover a large-scale conspiracy suspected to have involved up to ten members of the organised crime group.
Contestants compete against each other, the clock, the cost of ingredients and ultimately themselves while eagled-eyed judges observe all and evaluate. The British version of this popular cookery competition where contestants compete in heats before hopefully reaching the semi-finals, final and ultimately being crowned Master Chef themselves.
Full of wonderful tricks, tips, do's and don'ts, Beechgrove is a Scottish gardening series that helps everyday citizens with horticultural solutions. A delightful series with numerous expert presenters, the show aims to get more people growing their own plants, vegetables, fruit and flowers, whether in gardens, allotments, on balconies, or even window sills.