Top Gear sets out on perhaps its toughest road-trip ever - a high-altitude voyage from Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, to the Forbidden City of Lo Manthang, a secretive kingdom perched high on the Tibetan plateau, on the far side of the Himalayas.
It is a five-day expedition through the highest mountains, deepest gorges and harshest terrain on the planet. On their journey, the Top Gear presenters battle river crossings, mudslides and dizzying mountain passes on a trip that would test even the hardiest new 4x4s on the planet to the limit.
But Paddy, Freddie and Chris aren't crossing the Himalayas in new 4x4s. They are crossing the Himalayas in a very small old Peugeot, a very small old Renault and Nepal's first (and only) home-built car.
The biggest awards night on the UK’s music calendar returns to celebrate its 40th year, as the annual star-studded event plays host to a number of incredible performances and unique collaborations from some of the biggest names in the music business.
Comedian Jack Whitehall is back to lead proceedings at the event in London’s iconic O2 Arena, and will undoubtedly bring his enormous enthusiasm, charisma and fun to the show.
With stars such as Liam Payne and Freya Ridings putting on exclusive performances, and with a shake-up in the award categories, this year’s event is set to be yet another unmissable extravaganza.
The smash-hit murder mystery series returns for a ninth series, featuring more captivating mysteries and fiendishly clever murders against the backdrop of the exotic and picturesque Caribbean island of Saint Marie - with a brand-new detective at the helm.
The new fish-out-of-water is Detective Inspector Neville Parker (Ralf Little), who is reluctantly dispatched to Saint Marie to investigate the suspicious death of a woman from his hometown of Manchester. Joining him are series regulars Don Warrington, Tobi Bakare, Shyko Amos, Aude Legastelois and Elizabeth Bourgine.
Blending colourful Caribbean vibes and British humour, Death in Paradise brings warmth, joy and escapism to our screens once again. And one thing is for sure - this series' murders will keep viewers guessing "whodunit" at every twist and turn...
Following his hugely popular documentary series investigating some of the challenges and issues faced in South Africa, documentary maker Reggie Yates is back, but this time he turns his focus to China.
Reggie immerses himself and explores the China of today, as seen through the eyes of the Millennial generation. He meets a range of characters who are re-defining their generation, from the new wave of self-made super rich kids to the young people who feel left behind.
From the traditionalists to the dreamers, the self-taught innovators and the activists pushing for change, Reggie explores how this young generation is transforming China - and the world.
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