We examine how technology is used in the battle against crime in Britain through real life cases. Follows the work of police detectives who rely on smart technology to solve crime cases all over the country, including burglaries, drug dealing, muggings, violent attacks, online banking frauds and more. They are often able to catch the wrongdoers thanks to various advanced technology devices, such as AI and facial recognition cameras, drones, mobile fingerprint scanners, different software, and even smart phones.
Change is afoot in this centuries-old organisation - new faces fill the ranks, women wear the green beret, and the force itself has new tech and advanced kit. We look at the teams from Future Commando Force on a training exercise in Wales. This new force operates using small teams and is trained to work behind enemy lines to disrupt and destroy. We follow Jerome, who is looking forward to both promotion and his impending marriage, Callam, who is juggling his home and work life, Donna, an army chef who dreams of becoming one of only three women in the commando ranks, and Danny, a captain and the force's only Rastafarian commando who recalls bitter hand-to-hand fighting in Afghanistan.
Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from round 16 of the Super League season. St Helens are four points clear at the top and will be looking to maintain that advantage when they face Leeds. Second-placed Catalans are at Castleford, Huddersfield travel to Hull KR and Wigan host the bottom side Toulouse. Warrington are looking to move away from the bottom four when they take on Hull FC and Salford play Wakefield.
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.
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.
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.
Star guests appear live in the studio whilst roving reporters provide special reports on everything from quirky topics to serious subjects. The One Show provides fun, information, laughs and the occasional musical number.
EastEnders is a series set in Albert Square in the East End of London in the fictional Borough of Walford. Here respectable townhouses are next to offices and apartments. We follow everyday stories of local residents and their families. The locals live their ordinary lives- go to night clubs, markets, pubs and cafes. They fall in love and fight, get sick, get divorced. Kids can break a window, neighbors can pick a fight. There is nothing extraordinary but life in the East End is full of various moments of fun.
The crews race to save a huge cargo ship and a horse in danger of drowning.
Clare Balding and guests look back at the day's play at Wimbledon. Featuring highlights from the biggest matches, along with analysis and discussion of the main talking points from the action at the All England Club.
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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.
More than 28% of Bradford's residents are under 18s, a higher proportion than any other city in the UK, leading council chiefs to proudly proclaim it to be Britain's youngest city. But overseeing such a young population also brings challenges - particularly when Bradford's child poverty rate is double the national average and youth services have been cut by 73% in the last decade. This episode follows the police, fire service, community groups and councillors as they battle to protect Bradford from antisocial behaviour and work with the community to improve relationships.
Dans le sud-est de l'Alaska, les hivers rigoureux et les étés brefs rendent la survie aléatoire. Toutes les espèces dépendent des nutriments apportés par la montaison du saumon.
Amateur sewers from around Britain attempt to impress the judges with their skills in the hope of being crowned the nation's best home sewer. In each themed episode, the contestants must compete against each other in three challenges. With a different participant being eliminated at the end of every episode, who will show they've got what it takes and who will fall apart at the seams?
Welcome to the inspiring world of Dena Murphy and a charity-run vegetable allotment in Manchester, where everyone gets a second chance. Our Lives follows Dena Murphy, a wise-cracking 93-year-old helping young offenders back onto the straight and narrow by supervising them as they serve court-appointed hours on an allotment in Manchester as part of a Community Payback scheme.
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