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.
Two teams of amateur antique collectors meet at an antiques fair to compete to make the largest profit from a three hundred pound budget. Once the contestants have done the shopping for their own items, the experts then take any leftover money and go shopping for more antiques which is 'bonus buys'. The teams then have to decide whether or not to take these items to auction.
Nick Knowles leads a team of experts whose mission is to transform the lives of people who are most at need of assistance. As a writer, he is the only member of the group who isn't a professional builder but that doesn't stop him getting his hands dirty and applying some elbow grease to the task in hand. The men and women who volunteer to apply their skills would be able to construct a house from scratch, but usually the task is confined to the business of fitting adaptations and devices that are required by people already in residence. It is no mean feat, where properties do not always lend themselves to simple renovation work. The viewers tune in to get some useful tips on house transformation, and see the techniques and insider tricks of the trade that make a seemingly impossible task achievable by the professionals.
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.
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 rescue a shark attack victim and two boys being swept far out to sea.
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.
Lenny looks back on his coming of age and explores how he and other second and third generation, British-born Caribbean kids begin to mesh their identity into their art. From the theatre and arts collectives of the 80s, to the making of brands, to the evolution of jungle and grime music, he explores how the output of successive generations has moved into the mainstream, enriching and transforming Britain's cultural offering. And he hears how the third and fourth generations are determined to reconnect with their Caribbean roots and culture.
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.
A round-up of all the week's most important news stories, with in-depth reporting and reliable, honest viewing. The BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson provides an unvarnished and unfiltered version of the latest news, bringing his experience and expertise to bear on the most relevant international issues. In discussion with the BBC's outstanding range of experts from around the globe, he uses their local knowledge to uncover the truth behind the headlines.
On the 8th November 2018 a megafire swept through northern California. In its path was the town of Paradise. Within 4 hours around 30,000 people had lost their homes. It was the deadliest fire in America for a century. Drawing on hundreds of hours of footage, The Day California Burned is the chilling and dramatic account of that day. The film contains moving interviews with the firemen, police and survivors who came face to face with the fire. Nichole Jolly was a nurse at the local hospital who evacuated her patients before finding herself trapped in the middle of the fire. As the town tried to evacuate 21 year old Jordan Huff got stuck in a traffic jam along with thousands of others.
Follow in the footsteps of selected celebrities as they track down their family trees with the help of expert historians, archivists and sociologists. The film crew gets up close and personal as the star of each episode roves around the country to investigate their own genealogy, which often reveals fascinating, upsetting and poignant truths about how people lived centuries ago. Famous actors, artists, politicians, athletes and entrepreneurs provide a running commentary on their innermost thoughts and private reflections as they uncover truths about their ancestors, which can reveal stories of people wrongly convicted of crimes, or orphaned in childhood and abandoned to their fates, or of people who performed heroic acts of bravery which went unreported and unrewarded at the time.
The final series following the drama behind launching the delayed Elizabeth line railway.
The tiny two-floored building may look like a turret on the outside, but on the inside it's a bland office and storage space that couldn't be less regal. Simon enlists top carpenter Ian Tsang to create a panelled room that can be the backdrop for Simon's incredible upcycled medieval headboard, while designers Verity Coleman and Sophie Dunn create some very heraldic window dressings and reflect on ways of adding a slice of bling using gold leaf. Inspiration comes from a trip to The Conker, a spherical copper-coloured glamping pod in Newbridge-on-Wye in Wales, where owners Anjana and David have created the ultimate in luxury and relaxation for their guests.
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