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.
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.
Interesting docu-reality show in which master carpenter and tree-house designer Simon Parfett and his team help families, couples and retirees who have some unused space, to earn much-needed extra money by creating their own unique B&B. Join Simon as he plans and manages the projects, transforming various neglected spaces, even such as broken-down van, old caravan or a horse box, into wonderful weekend getaways. He will also have his team of designers and craftsmen to help him on his mission.
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.
With access to the frontline workers patrolling the streets all the way up to the leaders making strategic decisions in the City Hall, this episode follows those who are determined to help some of Bradford's most vulnerable residents, including victims of domestic violence and those struggling with alcohol addiction. With a 150% rise in domestic abuse cases since 2015, particularly among the homeless population, and budget cuts for the council's alcohol recovery services, the situation is a difficult one for both police and council workers.
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis are back for a run of more hilarious episodes as they jab their syringe of satire into the arm of the week's news, all with the support of guests Maisie Adam, Alasdair Beckett-King, Ivo Graham, Rhys James and Ria Lina.
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.
Former Royal Marines Commando, Aldo Kane, is on a mission to expose the shocking secrets of the illegal tiger trade in South East Asia and those who profit. Working alongside fearless wildlife crime investigators and covertly filming tiger traffickers, Aldo embarks on a perilous journey along key trafficking routes connecting Malaysia, China, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. He reveals how the breeding and farming of captive tigers drives consumer demand for tiger products and fuels the poaching of wild tigers. Aldo's secretly filmed evidence is presented to international decision-makers at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in the hope it will bring about change. With fewer than 4,000 tigers left in the wild, Aldo's investigation also highlights the plight of a majestic species on the brink of extinction.
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 grand opening of the Elizabeth line by the Queen finally takes place.
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