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This utterly fabulous series features God’s gift to the fashion world, Edina, and her sex-mad friend Patsy, two Sixties teenagers who never grew up.
Join Bruce Parry on a breathtaking journey from the Amazon’s source deep in the Peruvian Andes to its vast mouth on Brazil’s Atlantic coast.
Veteran journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby reveals Africa as it is; a diverse continent that is vibrant with energy, imagination, innovation, and talent, populated by a wide range of individuals and communities who face great challenges but approach them with optimism and resolve.
Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination and valuation - do they have a diamond or a dud?
Over the course of one summer, Bruce Parry immersed himself in the lives of the Arctic's people. From the fishermen in the Bering Sea, to oil workers tapping the vast wealth of the Arctic reserve, to native hunters desperately clinging on to the last breath of their culture.
City economist Conor Woodman trades his way around the world. Conor believes that the principles of profit are universal wherever you go, whatever language you speak and that he can work out how to make money in every market he encounters along his route.
This series looks at how science shapes the world around us, in an engaging and relevant way. It's about making science fascinating - and fun.
Two teams of two contestants are each given £300 - but only one hour - to spend at an antiques fair, using their knowledge of the antiques world to buy things which they can sell for a profit at auction.
wildlife presenters Jonathan Scott and Simon King, together with six camera teams, document the daily lives of two lion prides, two cheetah families, and a mother leopard and her cub in Kenya’s Masai Mara.
Unearthing hidden treasures and helping to fulfil dreams - Cash In The Attic is all about people making the most of their forgotten assets to enable them to achieve things that are important to them.
Top chef and restaurateur John Torode, and food writer and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace are back, judging the cooking skills of well-known faces selected for their passion for food to see who will be crowned Celebrity MasterChef.
Which host has the most charm, style and culinary skill? Find out when everyday folks throw parties – and are scored by their guests!
Matt Lucas and David Walliams take a side-splitting view of Britain’s busiest airport and the people who work in and pass through it every day.
Full of glitz, glamour, sequins and stardom, Dancing With The Stars pairs celebrities with professional ballroom and Latin American dancers.
Steve Backshall’s latest adventure is a search to find the creatures others spend a lifetime avoiding.
Noel Edmonds presents the game show with 22 contestants but only one question – Deal or no deal?
A nationwide search for an American interior design champion, Design Star scours the country for the most talented interior designers, who are judged by a critically acclaimed designer panel. The winner is awarded their own design programme.
Every home has its fair share of DIY disasters, botched jobs, abandoned tasks and things we never quite got round to starting. But now help is at hand.
Matt Smith makes his debut playing the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord as Doctor Who returns for more adventures in time and space.
Matt Smith stars as the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord for more adventures in time and space.
Budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires worth over half a billion pounds.
Eminent climatologists think another Great Flood is inevitable if current CO2 emissions continue. But what would happen if sea levels rose to over 70 meters?
Bust-ups and bankruptcy, marriages and murder - EastEnders is Britain's favourite soap.
Nadia Sawalha takes a colourful culinary journey around Europe and beyond, as she is challenged to cook the favourite food from a mystery celebrity chef’s travels.
Ty Pennington and his Extreme Makeover design team make deserving families’ dreams come true by building them luxury homes where every sumptuous detail is just right.
Visitors stay at their own risk at the Torquay hotel run by manic, arrogant, sycophantic and sadistic Basil Fawlty.
Dan Snow presents an immersive series, going back in time to medieval London, revolutionary Paris and 19th century New York, to bring these cities’ stinking histories vividly to life.
Charley Boorman attempts to travel north from Sydney up the Pacific Rim to Tokyo, using local forms of transport; some exciting, some extreme, all extraordinary.
Future Earth is a striking and authoritative insight into what global warming really means for the future of the world, and the pioneering developments which might well alter its course
Set in the Old Bailey of Georgian London against a backdrop of corruption and social injustice, Garrow's Law is based on real legal cases from the late 18th century.
Gavin and Stacey are two young people who refuse to let the miles between them stand in the way of true love.
Master pâtissier Eric Lanlard celebrates some of the world’s most glamorous desserts in this mouthwatering series revealing the chef’s favourite locations and ingredients which inspired so many of his renowned dishes.
The uplifting true story of how two young men from very different backgrounds triumphed against the odds at the1948 London Olympics.
Sultan of Style Gok Wan rolls into towns and cities all over the UK teaching women everything they need to know about clothes and how to dress for their shape.
Gok Wan and his fashion side-kick Alexa Chung rip the label off fashion to prove you don’t need to spend a fortune to look fabulous.
The slogan of the world's most famous children's hospital is "The Child First and Always". This programme follows the moving stories of children and their parents as the specialist medical teams go into action.
With access to over 500,000 hours of rare archive film, much of which appears for the first time, together with new state-of-the-art computer graphics, Heroes Of World War II examines how the contributions of a handful of individuals had a far reaching impact on the course of the war.
What happens when a professional contractor uncovers sloppy, dangerous and even illegal home renovations? Watch Mike Holmes tear it down and make it right.
In this fascinating series five epic journeys trace the ancient routes of our early ancestors to reveal the extraordinary and brutal challenges they faced.
Hustle follows the fortunes of a gang of five expert con artists let loose on the streets of London.
Chef and food writer Anjum Anand goes behind the scenes of kitchens across the UK in search of culinary roots and traditions from different parts of the Indian sub-continent.
James Martin travels to Brittany, retracing the journey he made as a student cook in an effort to rejuvenate classic French cuisine with a British twist.
Amiable chef James Martin embarks on a journey through Champagne to mingle with the locals and perfect his traditional French dishes.
Top Gear’s James May travels the globe in search of the ultimate flying machine, the best robot and alternative ways to power the planet.
One of the UK’s best-loved personalities and most successful comedy exports, Joanna Lumley pursues a life-long dream to track down the elusive and beautiful Northern Lights.
When it comes to snobbery Hyacinth Bucket is in a class of her own. Patricia Routledge plays Roy Clarke’s comic monster in a role which viewers have taken to their hearts.
Lark Rise to Candleford follows the relationship of two contrasting communities: Lark Rise, the small hamlet gently holding on to the past, and Candleford, the small market town bustling into the future
David Attenborough explores the world of amphibians and reptiles, a group of animals that have been around for millions of years and easily outnumber mammals and birds.
Join David Attenborough on his groundbreaking exploration into a spectacular miniature universe never normally seen, but teeming all around - the bizarre, ferocious and surprisingly beautiful world of the invertebrates.
After a car crash Detective Sam Williams finds himself in 1973. Is he in a coma? Or has he really time-travelled?
Little Britain looks at the breathtaking debris of modern life and all that makes Britain, Britain.
Live from the world famous Hammersmith Apollo in London, Live At The Apollo showcases a variety of comedic talents, with a host of different styles.
A team of Lonely Planet authors and photographers venture down ‘roads less travelled’ to discover new, unexpected and under-appreciated travel gems around the world.
Setting off on motorbikes from London, actor Ewan McGregor and his friend and fellow actor Charley Boorman travel through some of the most beautiful, and at times dangerous, terrain the world has to offer, en route to New York City, via Europe, Asia and Canada.
Louis Theroux brings his uniquely disarming personality to bear on the strange, the extreme and the downright scary in a series documentaries.
A brilliant detective tormented by the darker side of humanity, Luther shines a light where others fear to tread, into the hearts and minds of psychopaths and killers, and the shadowy spaces of his own soul…
Starring Lindsay Duncan, this drama examines Margaret Thatcher’s final years in power painting a compelling portrait of one of the most formidable characters in British politics.
How much do we really know about Margaret Thatcher? In this witty and imaginative drama, Britain’s first female Prime Minister is portrayed as you’ve never imagined her…
These two powerful films see best-selling writer Martina Cole immerse herself into the brutal world of girl gangs in Los Angeles and London.
Top chef John Torode and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace are once again on the hunt to find raw culinary talent. The contestants all want a career in cookery, but can they stand the inferno of the professional kitchen?
The battle is on to find the most promising, undiscovered culinary talent in the country, as ambitious kitchen enthusiasts take on demanding challenges in their bid to prove they have what it takes to become Australian MasterChef.
Double Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Junior and MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace hunt for a young chef who can make it to the top of the culinary world.
Michael McIntyre visits six of the UK’s most prestigious entertainment venues to unearth comedy’s brightest talent.
With an all-star cast, this moving film depicts the extraordinary achievements, and tragic demise of one of the most controversial, and popular figures in British politics – Mo Mowlam.
The Harper family brings a new meaning to the word‘dysfunction’ in this phenomenally successful family comedy.
Witness the planet’s most spectacular natural events and follow the dramatic wildlife stories behind them.
Andreas Viestad explores stunning locations across Norway in a series with cooking at its core. He meets local farmers, food producers and personalities before creating tantalizing meals outdoors, against majestic backdrops.
Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman and her unconventional team of ex detectives – Jack Halford, Brian Lane and Gerry Standing – reinvestigate unsolved murders and cold cases with their characteristic conflicts over procedure and rules.
Chef and renowned food fanatic Nigel Slater shares his passion for easy-to-make, delicious food in a series crammed full of practical and scrumptious ideas.
Double Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell, TV presenter Ben Fogle and Doctor Ed Coats compete in one of the world’s greatest challenges – the race to the South Pole.
Sixty-year old Victor Meldrew, a moody, temperamental old devil who he finds it hard to deal tolerantly with the rest of the world is the anti-hero oft his black tale of old age and life’s little ironies.
This classic series features Delboy (Davis Jason) and his brother Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) who live together in a high-rise council flat in Peckham, southeast London. Del dreams of making a mint with Trotters Independent Traders by selling dodgy goods, while Rodney keeps an eye out for ‘the law’.
In this six-part series, Paul Merton discovers just how extraordinary, unexpected and bizarre the UK’s closest neighbours can be in his most personal travel odyssey yet.
Paul Merton brings his own unique perspective to a land of startling contradictions in a series that provides a fresh and engaging glimpse of a vast and diverse country.
Welcome to the private world of two very ordinary weirdos. Peep Show is a comedy series seen through the eyes of the main characters. And each character's inner thoughts can be heard - whether they be dark, stupid or embarrassingly over-blown.
Planet Earth Live follows the critical stages and events in the lives of some of the Earth’s most captivating animals as they happen.
This series uses original police footage to give a fascinating insight into the often bizarre and terrifying behaviour of the world's motorists, combining thrilling drama, shocking action and spellbinding footage with an important educational message.
The English Premier League is now the most famous, most valuable and most watched football league on the planet. But why was it created? Who was it that created it? What were the intrigues and the machinations behind its transformation from the 'old' English First Division?
Actor, comedian, author and all-round British national treasure Stephen Fry chairs the impossible comedy quiz show in which the four panellists must answer almost unanswerable questions on the daunting topic of virtually anything in the entire universe.
Rachel Allen proves that home cooking needn’t be bland or boring, with a host of mouth-wateringly delicious recipes that the whole family can enjoy, from snacks and starters to roasts and puds.
Ray Mears explores extraordinary stories of what happens when someone suddenly finds themselves without the resources of the modern world.
Michelin-starred chef, and star of The Restaurant, Raymond Blanc teaches home cooks how to elevate their dishes from the ordinary to the sublime, step by step.
From pasta to polenta, prosciutto to panna cotta, Italy is crammed full of mouth-watering food. Doyen of cookery Gary Rhodes takes a tour of the country to discover the best.
Celebrating the best of the islands' vibrant cuisine, in this fascinating and colourful series top chef Gary Rhodes goes island-hopping, visiting eight of the different tropical Caribbean countries to meet the people and taste and cook their sun-drenched traditional fayre.
Top Gear star Richard Hammond travels across the US for his ultimate motor challenge - seeking out and driving the country's toughest and most extraordinary vehicles. These awesomely powerful machines have very specific jobs to do - and operating them is no easy feat, even for a confirmed motor nut like Hammond!
Just beyond the perception of our naked eyes lies an invisible world of secret forces that touches every aspect of life on Earth and shapes it in unseen ways. Now, for the first time, this hidden world is revealed.
Rick Stein, one of Britain’s most revered chefs, sets off on an epic culinary journey to explore the Far East’s diverse food cultures, which have soared to the height of popularity the world over.
Award-winning chef Rick Stein shares more of his favourite recipes, exploring the French approach to food and travelling by barge on the Canal du Midi from Bordeaux to Marseilles in search of the best food and wine the area has to offer.
Inspired by ‘good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever’, Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean visiting islands and places that radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food.
Robin of Locksley returns home from defending King and country in the Holy Land, to find a corrupt and changed Nottingham.
Across nine time zones and through all extremes of weather, the resourceful Jonathan Dimbleby makes an epic journey from one end of Russia to the other, disproving clichés and revelling in the unpredictable.
Presenter James Martin is joined by a host of guest chefs to provide an entertaining masterclass in how to produce good, honest food.
Sherlock can tell a software designer by his tie, an airline pilot by his thumb. He has a unique analytical brain unlike anyone else in the world, and earns his living and staves off boredom by solving crimes. The weirder and more baffling, the better.
Comic stars Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer present a quiz show which has no comprehensible rules and whose celebrity contestants run the risk of being hit with a meat tenderiser. The contestants are asked questions verging on the obtuse, are invited to perform their impressions of the famous, and finally compete in an exciting finale - the Celebrity Challenge.
Every dead body has its secrets, and the forensic pathologists of Silent Witness are determined to get to the truth.
Top to toe in slinky sequined dresses and tail suits, eight celebrities are paired with professionals in a ballroom dancing knockout competition, hosted by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly.
Join Niall Ferguson on an epic historical tour of the world’s money markets as this six-part series uncovers the reasons behind the recent credit crunch, and shows that it has not been the first, and will certainly not be the last.
Existing in the hinterland of law enforcement, the undercover team deal with criminals, big and small, who are outside the normal reaches of the law.
The irreverent chat show host from the Emerald Isle presents a show full of chat, comedy, celebrity gossip and general weirdness. And there’s just enough risqué material to make viewers cringe with delight.
Ciabatta, naan, foccacia and all manner of other exotic breads and pastries have become a staple in many households, but how many of us can turn out a decent loaf of bread or a Victoria Sponge?
Dave Myers and Si King – aka The Hairy Bikers – climb back on their saddles for another series of extraordinary adventures in search of top food, great places, and a damn good time.
Two unconventional food lovers David Myers & Simon King board their bikes and go in search of culinary experience and cultural adventure.
A team of experts are on a mission to explore the hottest, harshest, yet scientifically one of the richest areas on Earth – the Danakil Depression in northern Ethiopia.
Dr Alice Roberts travels to the ends of the Earth to trace the extraordinary beginnings of the human story in this landmark series.
Young, streetwise and passionate about food, Jamie Oliver is at the cutting edge of modern life and modern cooking. The Naked Chef follows Jamie as he cooks for friends and family.
Meet David Brent, regional manager of stationery company Wernham Hogg, and the world’s worst boss.
Housemates and old fogies Tom and Roy are the ying to each other's yang. Roy is well-read, organised, clean and sensitive. Tom isn't.
Passionate chef Raymond Blanc is back in this highly emotional series which gives one couple a chance to realise their dream: to open and run their own restaurant.
Captain Guy Hubble (Sir David Jason), is Head of Security at Buckingham Palace car park, a surprise appointment as Royal Bodyguard after saving The Queen from a bolting horse-drawn carriage on the day of the State Opening of Parliament.
The Story Of God examines one of the most extraordinary aspects of human behaviour. How has a belief in God made us who we are? What place does God have in our lives today? How is God expressed in the modern world?
Made with unique access to London Underground, this series goes behind the scenes of the world's oldest, biggest and busiest underground train network, during the biggest overhaul in its history.
Dressed in austere black, presenter Anne Robinson has nine contestants to quiz, challenge and generally terrify. No one is safe under her bespectacled glare...
In this four-part series, Tony Robinson goes on a fascinating and sometimes bizarre journey, starting two thousand years ago, to discover the origins of British laws and what happens to people when they break them.
Expect more challenges, more mayhem, more cars and more celebrities in the world’s biggest car show.
Tribal Wives is a six-part documentary series that takes one British woman per episode and places her with one of the remotest tribes on Earth to live for a month.
Explorer and expedition leader Bruce Parry experiences amazing tribal cultures around the world. Bruce believes there is only one way to understand a different culture – to immerse yourself in it completely.
Trish Deseine was born in Belfast, but has lived in France for the last 20 years. In Trish's Paris Kitchen she shares her passion for France, its food, and its capital and cooks French classics and difficult delicacies, as well as a whole raft of bistro style food.
Twenty Twelve is a mockumentary about the people paddling hard beneath the water to make the Olympics happen in London in 2012.
This retrospective follows the performances of the phenomenally successful rock band U2 over a period of nearly 30 years.
This remarkable series takes viewers inside some of the most secretive facilities on the planet and reveals the extraordinary engineering projects that are shaping the world we live in.
The dedicated Cold Case investigators re-open unsolved murder cases in a bid to flush out the killer, and lay old files to rest.
Walking With Dinosaurs is the world's first natural history of dinosaurs. Using leading-edge computer technology and animatronics, this epic series shows dinosaurs as never before, allowing us to travel back in time to watch living, breathing dinosaurs in their natural habitat.
We all have friends who tell us what to wear, but sometimes you need help with what not to wear. Each week, two people, secretly nominated partners, friends or colleagues, undergo a style makeover.
Chef and culinary explorer Valentine Warner embarks on a mouth-watering journey through the very best of autumn food.
Valentine Warner leads us through the delights of summer food – one of the most exciting parts of the culinary year for any food lover.
Rupert Penry-Jones stars in this atmospheric, brooding drama that sees a modern day police force face an age-old adversary…
For Willie Harcourt-Cooze chocolate is a passion. His obsession has led him to buy a cacao farm in Venezuela and start his own chocolate factory in Devon.
Travelling from the Sun to the far-out reaches of Neptune, Wonders of the Solar System reveals the true and awesome beauty of our solar system using the latest scientific knowledge beamed back from the fleet of probes, rovers and telescopes currently in space.
Follow British adventurer Ben Fogle on a global journey in search of the ultimate in action adventure experiences.