Carol Kirkwood takes an alphabetical journey through the world of gardening, getting inspiration and advice from some of the BBC's most popular garden presenters and programmes. This episode features insects, basking in the beauty of butterflies while commiserating with Joe Swift over the insects that are eating their way through his allotment.
Explore the British landscape with Countryfile presenters who report upon areas and topics of interest in relation to nature within Britain. Every show reports upon the issues in relating to farming, wildlife and rural transport along with a weather forecast so you can stay up to date on your countryside news. The presenters also cover small hacks for viewers to support their local ecosystem.
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.
Long-running Scottish programme that focuses on various agricultural and rural issues, and tells the stories about the wildlife and nature of Scotland.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue pretty well describes Beechgrove this week. Kirsty takes a look at one of the oldest and rarest plants known to man, the Wollemi Pine, sometimes called the fossil tree. George shows how to naturalise new bulbs in grass while Carole after borrowing techniques from her Dad, reviews her tomatoes and sees if her Dad has it right
A collection of the greatest moments from the highly entertaining cookery show in which top chefs prepare delicious meals with celebrity guests.
Mary visits Ireland where wholesome comfort food is at the heart of their cuisine and makes recipes inspired by the beautiful Emerald Isle.
This episode comes from the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, based in Falmouth. The museum explores the region's seafaring history and hosts our antiques experts Charles Hanson and Caroline Hawley. Turning up out of the hundreds of bags and boxes are a model yacht and a Newlyn copper tray. And presenter Paul Martin investigates the work of controversial local artist Henry Scott Tuke.
Des espions confondent Roger Thornhill, un quinquagénaire, avec un agent du gouvernement. Enlevé, le quidam ne peut évidemment rien révéler de ce que ses ravisseurs attendent. Après s'être échappé, il est ensuite pris pour un assassin. A bout, il décide d'enquêter sur le complot dont il est victime...
Fascinating documentary series with archaeology and British history. HS2 is the UK's biggest transport project for many years: a high-speed railway that will connect London with major cities in the Midlands and the North. Excavations that have been dug in advance of HS2 being built give archaeologists and historians a revealing insight into the past. Visiting massive digs in London and Birmingham, Professor Alice Roberts and Dr Yasmin Khan piece together what life was like for the people who inhabited these cities in bygone days.
Following their respective, life-changing surgeries, old friends Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse venture out into the British outdoors for a spot of fishing. Travelling around the country, the pair of comedians visit idyllic rivers, picturesque lakes and stunning landscapes, utilising Paul's angling abilities and Bob's, well, enthusiasm, to catch some of Britain's most beautiful fish. A warm, slow-paced series that encapsulates both the beauty of Britain and friendship, the two tenderly-aged entertainers journey to wonderful locations, with Bob usually on hospitality duty, arranging the accommodation and the food.
Tonight on World of TV, Harry Hill focuses on the history of home improvement shows. From Do It Yourself with Barry Bucknell to Grand Designs, Harry reveals the tricks of the trade when making these shows.
Louis examines how the greatest source of love in our lives - our families - can often be the cause of our deepest pain.
Après avoir fêté, dans le stress puis l'apaisement, ses 50 ans, Sam accepte enfin la dure loi du temps qui passe. Mais que va-t-elle faire désormais ? La vie se charge de lui donner des réponses et Sam n'est pas au bout de ses peines avec ses trois filles qui s'émancipent.
Sam est prise de flashback et observe une meute de loups...
H.R.G.'s past catches up to him as Matt and Ted Sprague come to Texas looking for answers.
Drama series in which people all over the world deal with the newly discovered superpowers they possess. With the election and NYC's destruction looming, Nathan has a disturbing meeting with the shadowy Linderman. Hiro's attempt to steal the sword steers him into a grim new direction. Suresh makes a breakthrough on 'the list', but at great cost. DL begins to suspect all is not well at home. Isaac paints his most terrible painting yet. New Hero Candice Wilmer makes an illusive debut.
Comedy drama. Paper Boi meets a vlogger outside one of his clubs and is soon engaged in an all-out online trash-talk war. Meanwhile Earn needs to pawn his phone for cash, but Darius has a plan to get Earn a lot more money that takes them all the way across the city.
Paper Boi assiste à un événement où il y a des célébrités pour les jeunes et il en vient à rencontrer Justin Bieber. De son côté, Earn fait face à un cas d'identité erronée. Darius a des ennuis au stand de tir...
Quand elle rencontre un vieil ami, les choses tournent mal pour Van...
Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate.
Sue Perkins travels along the more than 3000 km long border between Mexico and the United States, one of the most controversial borders in the world. When it comes to Mexico, you usually only hear stories about migrants, the border wall, drug cartels and murder, but Sue is interested in the daily life of the ordinary people on both sides of the border. She therefore travels from the Mexican border city of Tijuana on the Pacific Ocean to Matamoros in the far northeast of Mexico, to meet the inhabitants of the border country.
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