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Nestled in the canopy of a beautiful old tree are a row of birdhouses of all different shapes and sizes, where Samuel Lovebird lives. With his best friend Rudy and his cute little sister Muffin, Samuel embarks on a series of colourful adventures.
Fun-loving Aussie mums Rachael Bermingham and Kim McCosker’s offer inspiration and advice to the time-poor with quick, easy and delicious recipes all made with just four or fewer everyday ingredients.
After You’ve Gone follows Jimmy Venables (Nicholas Lyndhurst) as he returns to his marital home to care for his two teenagers whilst his ex-wife volunteers to help survivors of a natural disaster.
The bubbly and self-deprecating comedian is caught at his magnificent best as he sprinkles his own brand of fairy dust over an enraptured audience.
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.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have afternoon tea with a baboon or slide on your tummy with penguins? In this programme, charismatic presenter Andy Day takes young audiences on an incredible journey into the natural world.
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.
Anatomist and anthropologist Dr Alice Roberts takes a look at the evolutionary process and asks what the future holds for humans.
Swapping his Ford Cortina for an Audi Quattro, DCI Gene Hunt rolls up his sleeves and embraces the 80s in the sequel to the critically acclaimed and phenomenally popular Life On Mars.
Magic Baby Jake lives in a windmill with his mum, dad and nine older brothers and sisters. It’s a whirlwind family life with energy, play and fun – but Baby Jake has more adventures than anyone else in the windmill – if only they all knew…
Explore the art of making mouth-watering cakes, pastries and sweet delights with Eric Lanlard, master pâtissier and cake maker to the stars.
A highly trained patisserie chef with years of experience gained from working in some of the UK's most successful restaurants, ex-supermodel Lorraine Pascale is an expert baker and a master at creating every baked treat imaginable.
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.
Being Human follows three twenty-something housemates trying to live normal lives, despite struggling with unusual afflictions - one is a werewolf, one is a vampire and the other is a ghost.
Enter a world seen entirely from the perspective of animals including Petal the piglet, Gobo the greedy goat, Dash the thoughtful donkey, and Digger the loveable Labrador pup.
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.
Big Cook Little Cook is a cookery programme for a young audience presented by the life-size Big Cook Ben and a Little Cook called Small who is the size of a milk bottle.
This series explores the extraordinary rite‐of‐passage celebrations and events – including weddings, communions and christenings – to provide a window into the world of the gypsy and traveller community.
World-renowned comedian and motorbike enthusiast, Billy Connolly, drives that road… The iconic Route 66 – Chicago to St. Louis, Missouri, USA, was officially de-commissioned 25 years ago, but Billy gets the maps out to prove you can still follow the ultimate Route.
This documentary series follows the remarkable work of 'bionic vet' Noel Fitzpatrick, who is pioneering revolutionary new surgical techniques to save and improve the lives of thousands of pets from all over the UK.
In the early 20th Century, the South Pole was the final frontier to be explored by man. The greatest race in history began between an Englishman and a Norwegian – a race not only for the Pole, but for national pride. Part history, part epic adventure, Blizzard: Race to the Pole accurately recreate Scott and Amundsen’s Antarctic race.
A group of high street fashion victims - with closets full to the brim with cheap, chic brands – live the life of the Indian factory workers they unknowingly rely on.
Presenters Nat and Pete take twinkle-toed toddlers through different dance routines , as they visit new locations each episode.
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.
Mending lives, breaking hearts. There's no shortage of nerve-shredding drama in Holby City hospital as the world's longest running medical drama continues.
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.
Life on the farm becomes a hive of athletic activity as Shaun and friends stage their very own sporting extravaganza. In heroic style Shaun, Bitzer and friends compete for victory in 21 events; twirling, racing, bouncing, diving & leaping to success whenever the Farmer’s back is turned.
Charlie is seven and he looks after his little sister Lola, who is only four. With a little imagination, they manage to overcome life’s daily challenges together and learn about the world around them.
Ching-He Huang is the brightest star in modern Chinese cookery - and here she reinvents favourite Chinese dishes, in a simple, practical manner to make the most of healthy food and high street ingredients.
This documentary follows the internationally acclaimed Brighton-based cake shop Choccywoccydoodah and its team of talented and quirky chocolatiers as they create chocolate masterpieces that are quite simply out of this world.
Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, the UK’s most dynamic and flamboyant design duo, aim to make Britain’s homes beautiful, and at the same time put their reputations as design gurus on the line.
Which host has the most charm, style and culinary skill? Find out when everyday folks throw parties – and are scored by their guests!
The popular primetime cookery show in which amateur chefs attempt to wow each other with their culinary and hospitality skills in order to win a cash prize returns with a new series made in South Africa.
Dangerous Adventures For Boys sees famous dads and their sons mount exciting expeditions in a ‘boy’s only’ journey of adventure and self-discovery.
From the Andes to the Himalayas, humans have built roads in some of the most unlikely, inhospitable and dangerous places on Earth. Six celebrities find out what it’s like to travel on them.
Dara O Briain presents this six-part series in which a team of reporters and expert guests ask questions such as “do smart drugs really make you brainier?” and “is it a good idea for humans to reach out to extra-terrestrials?”
Is it possible to fall in love with someone you have spoken to intimately, whom you have touched, perhaps even tasted… but whom you have never actually seen? That is the key question posed in Dating in the Dark, a revealing experiment in which three men and three women try to find a partner by looking with their hearts.
Noel Edmonds presents the game show with 22 contestants but only one question – Deal or no deal?
Psychological illusionist Derren Brown usues his trademark mixture of stunts, suggestion and thought-provoking entertainment combined with tried and tested psychological experiments to illustrate how easily our behaviour can be manipulated.
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.
A landmark documentary series celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 years as Head of State of the United Kingdom and Head of the Commonwealth.
Anything can happen in Dipdap’s world. A line can become a ghost, a balloon, or even a key that can unlock a whole world of fun and adventure...
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 stars as the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord for more adventures in time and space.
Behind the scenes with the production team, writers, and cast of the classic British sci-fi series.
Don't Tell The Bride gives cash to 12 couples to help them create the wedding of their dreams. But here's the catch - the bride and groom can't see each other for the month leading up to the nuptials, and the groom has to plan the whole wedding in secret.
Downton Abbey follows the fortunes of the Crawleys, a wealthy aristocrat family in the early 1900s thrown in to turmoil due to the unexpected death of the family heir and the arrival of an unknown predecessor.
Five multi-millionaires looking for their next big investment meet a stream of budding entrepreneurs hungry for a cash injection to turn their business dreams into reality.
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.
Using the latest archaeological research, and with special access to ancient sites across Egypt and contributions from some of the world’s most expert archaeologists, Egypt Unwrapped sheds new light on key parts of 5000 years of Egyptian history.
Sean and Beverly Lincoln are a happily married English couple, who are also the creators of a hit British TV show. Their life seems complete – until a hugely powerful and charismatic US network president persuades them to move to Los Angeles to recreate their show for American television.
For most people the equator is just an imaginary line around the globe but, in this series, author and broadcaster Simon Reeve comes face to face with reality.
Rosie lives with her friend Raggles in the playhouse of every child's dreams. The Playhouse stands high on a hill, overlooking their favourite playground where you are sure to find Rosie and her friends; Will, Holly, Big Bear and Bluebird.
Journey deep into the heart of Bhutan, Guyana, New Guinea and Borneo to reveal an environment which has hitherto been unknown and undocumented to the Western world.
Capturing the highs and the lows, the frustrations and successes, Expedition Guyana illustrates what it is like to be an explorer.
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.
Many people dream of living by the coast and waking up to a glorious view of the sea. This show helps turn that fantasy into reality.
What drives people to bring deadly animals into their homes? What dangerous mix of obsession, loneliness and desire causes them to live with pets that have the potential to kill? This gripping series examines the most extraordinary pet attacks of recent years.
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.
Food Glorious Food is a competition for budding cooks where the winner gets to see their dish on the shelves of Marks & Spencer stores as well as receiving a cash prize of £20,000.
The series follows the ups and downs of four brides and grooms who attend each others’ weddings and rate them on various aspects of the occasion; dress, venue, food and the experience as a whole.
Film legends Bryan Brown & Rachel Ward go looking for the spirit of Australia on the ultimate horseback adventure across the Outback’s last frontier.
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.
Frozen Planet takes the audience on a spectacular polar expedition into a breathtaking landscape most humans will never experience.
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.
Squiglet is a colourful friendly monster who lives in a plain white world. The programme aims to teach young children about colour, drawing lines and styles, as well as animals and characters, and the environments they are likely to be found in.
Gladiators: Back from the Dead reveals the enigmatic men behind the masks after six skeletons are excavated from a Roman cemetery in York, England.
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 looks to fashion fix the nation as his Clothes Roadshow 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 gives troubled teens the advice, confidence and self-belief they need to tackle their issues and anxieties.
Over the past decade Gordon has travelled the world from India and the Far East to LA and Europe and during the series he’ll draw all these culinary influences together to show us simple, vibrant and utterly delicious recipes that reflect the way we all eat today
Designer and author Kevin McCloud meets people who want something a little different out of their homes, so much so that they decide to build them themselves.
Grandpa lives with his family in a beautiful seaside town called Sunnysands. Everyone thinks he spends all his time stuck in his armchair, but he has a magic shrinking cap which only his grandson Jason knows about.
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.
A look at the life of teenager Hayley Okines, whose body has the medical age of a 104-year-old woman.
Hot-headed chef Gordon Ramsay turns up the heat in the Hell’s Kitchen USA. Tensions reach boiling point as a group of wannabe chefs compete to win Gordon’s respect and a life-changing prize.
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.
Heston Blumenthal sets out on a gastronomic adventure to reinvent famous period and mythical feasts for the ultimate 21st century banquets.
This series tells the definitive story of the game that generates more excitement, passion and wealth across the world than any other sport.
What happens when a professional contractor uncovers sloppy, dangerous and even illegal home renovations? Watch Mike Holmes tear it down and make it right.
Lorraine Pascale spreads her culinary wings as she shares her delicious recipes, secrets, passion and know-how in her fabulous new feel-good series, Home Cooking Made Easy.
How Earth Made Us reveals the epic tale of how the natural forces of our planet have shaped human civilisation.
After years of passionately seeking culinary perfection, Heston Blumenthal demonstrates not just how to cook, but why certain things do or don’t work, as he dispels some of the myths inherited from our mother’s kitchen.
Gok Wan, fashion stylist to the stars, teaches women to love their bodies without resorting to extreme dieting or plastic surgery.
This epic series looks at how human beings have adapted to life in every habitat on Earth, enduring some of the planet’s harshest conditions and extreme environments from deserts to the arctic.
Hustle follows the fortunes of a gang of five expert con artists let loose on the streets of London.
Serving up a selection of simple recipes, top cookery tips, and the chance to get very messy, I Can Cook celebrates a hands-on approach to cooking and aims to get children into the kitchen and cooking up a storm.
In The Night Garden delves into the magical, picture-book world of a child’s imagination. The little ones will love meeting the adventurous Igglepiggle, always happy Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka – who’s always cleaning!
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.
Simon Reeve makes an epic voyage around many dangerous and beautiful locations in the Indian Ocean.
Revealing the workings of the human body on a scale never seen before, this is the most comprehensive, definitive series of the highly evolved machine that makes we humans the world’s most successful animal.
Inspector George Gently is one of the few good men at Scotland Yard in the swinging sixties, his sense of public duty an increasingly rare commodity in a police force where corruption is rife.
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.
James May is a man on a mission: he wants to get kids out of their bedrooms and away from their games consoles, to drag parents off their backsides and get them all playing together again.
Jamie Oliver, the impassioned chef, TV personality and best-selling author, continues his Food Revolution in America, taking on the country's high statistics of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
Jamie's 15 Minute Meals pushes the concept of fast, everyday food to the next level. Squeezing the cooking process, each half-hour episode will offer two, fifteen minute main dishes, back to back.
Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals sees Jamie Oliver giving straightforward instruction to the culinarily uninspired.
Jamie's Great Britain explores all that is great about British food and shows that much of what constitutes "British" food is actually a result of centuries of invasion, exploration, colonisation and immigration which has created a unique and wonderful food culture within the small island of Great Britain.
Jimmy’s Farm follows farmer Jimmy Doherty, who gave up city life to set up and run a rare-breed pig farm in the countryside.
Following farmer Jimmy Doherty, who gave up city life to set up and run a rare-breed pig farm in the countryside, this series explores whether it is possible for anybody to make their way in farming today,
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.
A reality series putting the professional and private lives of young junior doctors under the microscope.
Justin’s house is a fun pantomime show starring Justin Fletcher, his helpful robot Robert, and a cheeky Little Monster – plus a whole host of cameo appearances from many other CBeebies stars. Featuring singing, dancing and comedy chaos, roar with laughter as Justin and his friends get themselves into all sorts of hilarious situations around his house!
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.
Kerwhizz is 'The Quiz with Added Whizz'. Three terrific teams answer questions to win ‘Mods’ for their racing Pods. They then shoot around a fantastic Raceworld to find out who the day's smartest, fastest team is.
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.
In a supreme test of endurance, skill and courage, six Western men journey to the most remote parts of the world to live with indigenous peoples, to train with them, and to take part in their ancient sporting festivals.
Set in glorious countryside and packed with slapstick humour Last of the Summer Wine follows Hobbo, Alvin, Entwistle, Clegg and Truly as they go through life full of good intentions. Yet their antics always seem to get them into trouble as the women in their lives try to keep them in line.
How will a group of western women cope when they are challenged to take on tribal women at their own sports and on their own turf?
Life explores the glorious variety of life on Earth and the spectacular and extraordinary tactics animals and plants have developed to stay alive.
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.
Three million years ago, our ancestors came down from the trees. Now BBC Knowledge is going back up, to observe rare primates and experience life high up in the rainforest.
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.
There are few individuals who are as popular, charismatic and well-loved as David Attenborough. This film is a celebration of the legendary naturalist's career.
Matt Lucas and David Walliams take their smash hit Little Britain stateside. The series features familiar characters from their original show, as well as new characters created for the American market.
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.
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.
Lagos is one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Louis Theroux explores a city changing so rapidly that formal structures of law and order can’t keep pace with its population.
Louis Theroux investigates the elite world of well-heeled American hunters who pay top dollar for the ultimate luxury adventure; a chance to shoot big game in Africa. Lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, hippos… even rhinos are up for grabs for those with the right kind of money.
Louis investigates San Quentin, the oldest and most notorious maximum security prison in California.
Louis joins Philadelphia’s police department, patrolling an area that has over 400 homicides a year, drug dealers on every corner and where carrying a gun is part of everyday life.
Louis Theroux travels to Johannesburg, where the residents find themselves increasingly besieged by crime.
Four years ago Louis Theroux spent a summer living with the community of the Westboro Baptist Church, famed for their offensive ministry. Now Louis returns to find the family more hateful than ever.
Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers in the occupied territories in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Louis travels to California, home of America’s adult entertainment industry, to meet the stars and find out how the growth of the internet has changed the industry.
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…
The chance for old friends to reunite for a holiday in the sun at a luxury Majorcan villa turns into a labyrinthine nightmare of lies, deception and murder.
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…
As the British High Street reels from the public's love affair with the major supermarkets, the nation's independent retailers need retail guru Mary Portas' help more than ever.
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.
For over 20 years, Mastermind has prided itself on setting the most difficult questions of any television quiz and, no matter who takes to the fearsome, black, spotlit chair, the tension is always palpable.
Michael McIntyre visits six of the UK’s most prestigious entertainment venues to unearth comedy’s brightest talent.
World-class chef Michel Roux channels his ambition and inspirational style into a very personal mission to create a new generation of restaurant service superstars.
It doesn't matter what Miranda attempts in life, whether it's dating or simply dealing with her overbearing mother, she always seems to fall flat - quite literally.
They were five unruly teenagers begrudgingly forced to serve the community as payback for their crimes, until a freak storm turned them into the most unlikely superheroes. Meet the Misfits…
Mister Maker is a real-life character who takes inspiration from everything around him to make art. Set in his own fantasy art room that he has created, anything can happen, as pictures, objects and things that he has made come to life
Their writing effectively threw away the rulebook of traditional sketch writing, dispensing with punch lines and allowing sketches to blend into each other or simply stop abruptly, and there’s no better programme to illustrate the work of the Python gang than Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
Mr Bean is a selfish, sometimes ingenious, buffoon - who frequently gets into hilarious situations due to his various schemes and contrivances, with his best friend, Teddie, and his dependable Mini.
Learn from the experience of nurturing vegetables as Mr Bloom and his team of 'tiddlers' tend to the plants and produce in the allotment.
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.
Nigella's Feasts is a total immersion in Nigella’s food life and the delicious feasts she cooks for herself, her friends, family, colleagues and now for people around the world.
Nina And The Neurons is a fun science show where children discover how ordinary, everyday objects work.
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.
We have dominated the planet, uncovered the secrets of the atom and travelled to the moon. But how did humans come to be so successful?
This riveting series follows Alasdair and James - the hapless runners-up in the 2009 series The Restaurant - as they strike out on their own in one of the toughest areas of entertaining; private functions.
Outnumbered follows the battle of wills between two parents and their three young children, who are seemingly locked into a never-ending contest to see just whose patience will run out first.
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.
Penelope K, By The Way is an enchanting series that shows children how to love the process of learning and helps them find answers by asking questions – however ridiculous they might seem.
This endearing show features Peppa, a lovable pink pig with a penchant for fun! She is joined on her adventures by her little brother George, Mummy and Daddy Pig and her best friend Suzy Sheep.
Planet Dinosaur brings to life monsters that are stranger and scarier than anything you’ve ever seen in the movies - monsters scientists never knew existed until a few years ago...
From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers, Planet Earth combines unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's wildest, most elusive creatures.
Real animals are the stars of this groundbreaking, live-action family film, set against the visually stunning backdrop of East Africa.
Mankind may have met its match as monsters from the depths of evolutionary time return to wreak havoc.
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.
Hotel Hell follows Gordon Ramsay as he travels across America attempting to fix horrid hotels, awful inns and bed & breakfasts where you'd rather not sleep and definitely won't want to eat breakfast.
Multi Michelin-starred chef and larger-than-life character Gordon Ramsay takes his own brand of tough love on the road to visit a series of failing restaurants, hoping to turn them into profit-making eateries.
Gordon Ramsay tours the United States, bringing dream solutions to nightmare kitchens.
Popular survival expert Ray Mears dons his rucksack and heads out into the wilds of Canada – one of the greatest wildernesses on the planet.
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.
Meet the Reverend Adam Smallbone. He's a Church of England Vicar, newly promoted from a sleepy rural parish to the busy, inner-city world of St Saviour's in Hackney, East London. It's a world he has no experience of, and it shows…
Gary Rhodes takes a culinary trip to China accompanied by two apprentices to discover the delights of the country's food.
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.
Top Gear’s Richard Hammond travels across America for his ultimate motor challenge, seeking out and driving the country’s toughest and most extraordinary vehicles.
Join Richard Hammond as he travels across the US facing the ultimate challenge of learning how to operate America’s largest and most dangerous vehicles.
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.
Rick travels the length and breadth of Spain in an old campervan, going off the beaten track to discover the authentic soul ('duende') of Spanish cooking.
Robin of Locksley returns home from defending King and country in the Holy Land, to find a corrupt and changed Nottingham.
Presenter James Martin is joined by a host of guest chefs to provide an entertaining masterclass in how to produce good, honest food.
A powerful documentary series that takes viewers out of their comfort zones and confronts them with some of America's direst social issues.
Why do global brands have such a powerful hold on consumers? This entertaining investigation reveals the tricks of the trade that keep us coming back for more.
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.
Join Pui and Chris in a magical playground high in the sky - it's a very special place for stories, adventures and discovering the world.
Every dead body has its secrets, and the forensic pathologists of Silent Witness are determined to get to the truth.
This landmark series explores the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth, the isolation of its islands and the extraordinary journeys wildlife and humans have gone through to reach these specks of land.
Defending their country, deceiving their friends… Take a trip into the thrilling world of MI5, the clandestine security service of Great Britain, and the people who make up their elite team.
Bringing the wonders of the night sky into the nation’s living rooms. Its aim is to encourage everyone – from the complete beginner to the enthusiastic amateur – to make the most of the night sky.
Stephen Fry takes us to gadget heaven with a countdown of his all-time favourite gizmos and devices that have revolutionised our individual and collective lives: from the typewriter to the tin opener, the walkman to the Wii and the calculator to the compass.
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.
All the temptations and excesses of teen holidays with a hidden camera twist: unbeknown to them, their parents are watching!
Dr Christian Jessen and Anna Richardson present the diet show which tackles the UK's dysfunctional relationship with food.
Imagine being the only survivor of a disease that kills nearly everyone you’ve ever met. You are among the lonely few to live and now you must start again in a strange new world where everything that was once safe and familiar is now strange and dangerous.
Join in the excitement with your favourite Teletubbies, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po as they have fun and explore Teletubbyland and everything around them.
This documentary tells the story of Edward Niño Hernández, one of the shortest men on Earth.
Sixteen budding entrepreneurs attempt to win the opportunity of a lifetime in the third series of The Apprentice, as they compete to become technology tycoon Sir Alan Sugar’s protégé – a prize that also comes with a bumper six-figure salary package.
The British reveals the history of the British Isles from Stonehenge to World War II, from Roman occupation to the discovery of penicillin.
The delectable Sophie Dahl brings her culinary prowess to television with a six-part cookery series, marrying her talent for storytelling with fresh, enticing recipes.
The F Word's mischievous take on the world of food combines the thrills of a hectic kitchen, celebrity interviews, investigative items and recipe based challenges.
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.
Ten homebakers take part in a 'bake off', which will test their baking skills to the limit as they battle it out to be crowned Britain's Best Amateur Baker.
Ten home bakers take part in a 'bake off' which will test every aspect of their baking skills...
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?
The Hairy Bikers have travelled the globe, but in The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of Britain, they’re out to prove that for world-beating food there’s no place like Great Britain.
Richard E Grant follows the controversial history of the safari from its emergence out of the Arab slave trade and the decadent world of the big game hunters to the luxury eco-tour and the burgeoning modern hunting business.
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.
What’s on the mind of the average sixth-form boy? College, jobs, marriage, that whole bright and exciting future thing? Will, Simon, Jay and Neil have rather different priorities…
Dr Alice Roberts travels to the ends of the Earth to trace the extraordinary beginnings of the human story in this landmark series.
Based on the best-selling stories by Elizabeth George, this series of contemporary murder mysteries features the charismatic Inspector Lynley, whose title as the 8th Earl of Asherton fuels a sparky relationship with his working class sidekick Barbara Havers.
Numtums is a fun, energetic show that aims to get our youngest audience members learning their numbers. The Numtums are ten cuddly creatures with numbers on their tummies. Numtums love to dance, dress-up, play, tickle, fly and, most of all, count.
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.
One of Britain’s best-loved and multi-award-winning stand-up comedians is finally unleashed as a performer and writer in his own comedy sketch show that mixes energetic stand-up with memorable sketches and characters.
Highly addictive and completely outrageous, The Only Way Is Essex celebrates the glamorous lives of Essex Ladies and Lads and promises to have you hooked, tanned and vajazzled.
Five leading British actresses play the Queen at pivotal times in her life in this groundbreaking drama documentary series which examines the social history of Britain through the prism of key events in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Real Hustle is a gripping series based on scams and cons, revealing all the tricks in the book and how easy it is to become a victim.
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.
In each episode a millionaire leaves their luxury life behind, takes on a secret identity and lives undercover in a deprived area of the UK for ten days. Here they work and volunteer alongside the locals and find individuals and projects who they think deserve a cut of their fortune.
In an ambitious and fascinating series, David Dimbleby reveals the seven great ages of British culture, uncovering and exploring over 2000 years of extraordinary artistic achievements.
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?
Workers are challenged to do their job under some of the toughest conditions in the 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...
A group of unruly British teenagers are sent to live with strict families in different countries all over the world in an experiment to find out how different cultures approach parenting.
Using a mixture of rare archive footage and dramatic 3D animated reconstructions, this series shows what happens when natural forces come into conflict with humans – with devastating results.
This revealing programme follows the different stages of a tiger’s life from playful cub to learning adolescent and ultimately to young hunting adult.
Over four episodes, Titanic tells the story of the doomed voyage through the eyes of a host of characters across the social spectrum, from the privileged First Class passengers, to the ship’s crew.
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.
Hosted by comedian Adam Ferrara, champion rally and drift racer Tanner Foust and racing analyst Rutledge Wood, Top Gear USA has all the trademarks that have made Top Gear such a success with fans all over the world.
From the pen of Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies, Torchwood follows the adventures of a team of investigators using alien technology to solve crime - some terrestrial, some not.
Crashes, smashes and hilarious mud splashes are on the cards as twenty contestants take on one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses.
Traffic Cops provides an insight into the day-to-day role of a traffic officer and the dangerous, bizarre and often unbelievable incidents they come across on Britain’s roads.
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 takes a look at the riches of autumn in this series showcasing the tastiest French cuisine. Exploring the south of her adopted country, Trish revels in the food and drink that distinguish the Provençal region.
Join Bella, Fizz, Jake and Milo for messy time, story time, song time and adventures at telly time. They encourage young children to explore and learn through songs, rhymes, games, stories and creative play,
Twenty Twelve is a mockumentary about the people paddling hard beneath the water to make the Olympics happen in London in 2012.
Want to get a whole new wardrobe and style without having to spend a penny? Discover how to breathe new life into old clothes by recycling, swapping and customising.
In the small northern town of Runcorn live five young friends. Their only dream is to have enough money on Friday to spend down at the pub. They enjoy the same things as everyone else: sex, drinks and television.
US TV Star Ty Pennington heads to the UK to gove the locals the 'Ty treatment'. Taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary, Ty transforms public spaces into the perfect spaces the towns have been crying out for.
In each episode a boss is challenged to go on a voyage of discovery into their own company. Their aim is to discover what's not working in the business. But whilst they’re rooting out problems, they’re also looking to find and reward hidden talent among their employees
The global phenomenon Undercover Boss goes down under as CEOs from some of Australia’s biggest companies take the opportunity to go on the ultimate undercover mission.
CEOs from ten of Canada’s biggest corporations go on the ultimate undercover mission – working incognito within their own organisations to get their hands dirty and join the unsuspecting workforce in a bid to find out exactly what’s going on at the frontline.
The reality series that follows high level corporate executives as they slip anonymously into the lowest level jobs within their companies returns.
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.
Wallander stars Kenneth Branagh as Kurt Wallander, a hard-working cop with a strong sense of integrity, based in the small town of Ystad, Sweden,
Waybuloo blends together the magic of computer generated animation with live action footage of children in the vast world of Nara; a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings.
Rupert Penry-Jones stars in this atmospheric, brooding drama that sees a modern day police force face an age-old adversary…
Some of the UK's most popular celebrities embarks on a personal and often emotional journey to trace their ancestry, frequently unearthing long-buried family scandals and secrets along the way.
Well-known South African faces embark on a journey which takes us back in time and around the world as we see how their ancestors’ lives have shaped the world they live in today.
Chris Tarrant hosts arguably the world’s favourite quiz show as members of the public are invited into the hot seat to answer up to 15 questions and possibly walk away with a life-changing sum of money.
China – geographically and biologically one of the richest places on Earth. Wild China lifts the century-old veil on the world’s most mysterious and magnificent country…
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.
Storms three times the size of Earth coloured blood red by a vortex of dust and gases, immense volcanoes that would put Mount Everest in the shade… this mind-expanding series reveals the true and awesome beauty of our solar system.
Having explored the wonders of the Solar System, Professor Brian Cox steps boldly onto an even bigger stage - the Universe. He asks 'who are we?' And 'where do we come from?' The answers science provides are more beautiful and more profound than ever imagined.
By using the very latest colorization techniques, it is now possible to show the full story of World War II in a new light.
Follow British adventurer Ben Fogle on a global journey in search of the ultimate in action adventure experiences.
On their island paradise this band of primate friends live to play music. With the help of their sloth mentor, music guru DJ Loose, they manage to create that unique sound just in time for their daily performance, ‘The Big Zing’.