Jack wordt met spoed naar een ziekenhuis gebracht nadat hij op de plaats van een auto-ongeluk in elkaar is gezakt. Terwijl hij voor zijn leven vecht, moet het team het vergif identificeren om hun vriend te redden. 10/10
Op een Poolse missie als onderdeel van de SOE, grijpt Harry een tweede kans aan om Kasia te redden van de verschrikkingen van Warschau, terwijl Lois het geluk tegemoet lijkt te gaan met zijn nieuwe liefde Vernon. 7/7
Zuster Frances probeert de vrouw van een kankerpatiënt te overreden hulp te accepteren. Als het land geobsedeerd raakt door The Sound of Music bezint zuster Julienne zich over het voorrecht van non zijn. 5/8
In seizoen 9, dat in januari 1965 begint met de begrafenis van Winston Churchill, treedt Nonnatus House een krachtig en innovatief tijdperk binnen. Maar voor de verloskundigen komt de structuur van hun leven in gevaar als Nonnatus dreigt te worden afgebroken. 6/8
The host is joined by singer, actor and producer Justin Timberlake and Oscar-nominated actress Anna Kendrick, who are both part of the voice cast of animated sequel Trolls World Tour. Singer-songwriter Sam Smith also appears, alongside comedian Alan Carr and Strictly and The Greatest Dancer star Oti Mabuse. Plus, more intrepid audience members attempt to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair.
The red and blue teams hunt for items in Lewes town centre, East Sussex, with the help of antiques experts Danny Sebastian and John Cameron. Presenter Charlie Ross is joined by the show's vintage fashion expert, Nora Finds.
Kathy and Sharon encourage Ian to make amends with Bobby. But as he is trying to reach out to his son, the teenager is defending his friends Iqra and Habiba against a gang or racists - and when the situation spirals out of control, Bobby is beaten up and rushed to hospital. As Ian sets off in search of revenge, Kathy receives a strange call from Ben and races off to find him - only to be horrified by what she finds.
A reconciliation between Chloe and Cameron seems unlikely after the previous night's events, but nevertheless, he decides to make a bold move to win back her trust. A familiar face returns to Holby to perform surgery on Carole, and Dominic finds a much-needed source of moral support as he waits for the outcome. Jac makes plans for her first unsupervised visit from Emma, but things soon get out of control.
Hannah's double life starts to take its toll, especially as Nathan becomes suspicious of her interactions with Christie. The deception also proves challenging at home, as her children need her support more than ever. She faces a media storm at work, as she advises Fi on her separation from her husband and begins divorce proceedings for the wife of a romantic novelist. Rose wrestles with the emotional impact of her miscarriage, Nina comes to terms with her unplanned pregnancy, and Ruth reconnects with a face from her past. Guest starring Frances Barber.
By the age of 30, up to a third of those with male pattern baldness will be losing their hair - and for some it has a devastating impact on their confidence. But is a hair transplant the solution? Here four surgery seekers get a unique opportunity to decide if it is right for them by watching a procedure live, talking to experts and meeting former patients.
Return of the documentary showing the challenges faced by the NHS, focusing on the work of seven trusts across Liverpool, whose hospitals stretch to north Wales, Cheshire and the Isle of Man. The city's new state-of-the-art hospital remains unfinished, three years after it was due to open, so two of the biggest hospital trusts are planning an ambitious merger. But this means that hundreds of patients and staff have to be transported across the city, while all the operating theatres bar one are closed.
Matt Baker, Charlotte Smith and Steve Brown head to the Auchlyne Estate near Killin in Perthshire, the first of four visits they will be making over the next year to chart life there throughout the seasons. Plus, Tom Heap goes back to the classroom to see if the next generation of farmers are being given the training they need.
Documentary going behind the scenes of the world-famous Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Only a small amount of the two million items in the V&A's collection are on display to the public. This series gets a glimpse at the treasure trove kept behind closed doors and follows the experts and conservators as they breathe new life into some of these fragile items, such as Pumpie the 100-year-old toy elephant, who needs urgent TLC, and the Christian Dior gowns that get a new lease of life.
Nick Knowles and his team help the Newcombe family in Kent, who need to adapt their home to be able to care for their two-year-old son Arlo, who has condition that means his lungs must be constantly supported by breathing apparatus. Trailing breathing tubes, equipment the size of tumble dryers, and no downstairs bathroom have turned their once safe home into a risky space for the family. Nick and the team have amassed a huge group of volunteers for Arlo and the family, as they set to work creating a safe and inspiring space that Arlo and his family can call home.
Tanya Arnold introduces action from the World Club Challenge between St Helens and Sydney Roosters at Totally Wicked Stadium. Plus, a round-up of the latest Super League fixtures, including Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity, Wigan Warriors v Hull FC and Warrington Wolves v Toronto Wolfpack.
Cameraman Charlie Hamilton James has been captivated by otters for the last 25 years and has filmed them more than anyone else. Now, through the eyes of three river orphaned otters, he sets out to reveal their survival secrets and exactly why he believes these creatures are so special.
Historians Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn continue to relive the golden age of steam and how the Victorian railways created modern Britain. They visit Beamish in County Durham, learning how the rail companies first realised there was money to be made in moving people rather than commodities. Then Peter and Alex live the life of navvies, the men who built the thousands of miles of tracks in all weather conditions, and Ruth finds out what impact the new railroads had on the cottage industries. She also learns about the role of the guard, and the trio learn what precautions were necessary for taking a long journey on a train that was yet to include the necessary facilities.
Michael Portillo explores the growth of Kuala Lumpur, from a swampland tin mine to a major British colony, before becoming a major economic powerhouse in its own right. He makers jewellery at the Royal Selangor pewter factory, samples Malaysia's national dish, and investigates the scandalous behaviour of an infamous British resident general at the turn of the 20th century.
Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff tackle the Baja 1000t off-road race. On the test track, a showdown is held between a Renault hot hatch, a Porsche sports car and an old Lamborghini. Guests Laurence and Emilia Fox drop in to the studio.
Britain's departure from the EU brings changes for Newlyn, Cornwall's biggest fishing port. The harbourmaster oversees a redevelopment of the fish market, as well as making plans to transform the harbour's ageing infrastructure. However, many fishermen resent his grand plans, feeling that they were not consulted over massive changes to their working environment. While many fishermen supported leaving the EU to gain control over quotas, many now fear that their industry will be sacrificed during negotiations.
The final episode of the series comes from Bolton, a city with unusually high levels of unemployment for people between 18 and 25. Waitress Jenny works on a zero hour contract, and since universal credit is paid a month in arrears, she finds it very difficult to predict how much money she will have to live off at any given time. New claimant Paula is given an advance payment to ease her through the five-week transition period to universal credit, but finds herself struggling to pay it back and live on her monthly payments.
Andrew Graham-Dixon investigates the story of German art in the 20th century, which was affected by Adolf Hitler's propaganda against modern pieces before the Second World War, and by a divided nation after the conflict. He explores the work of Otto Dix, George Grosz and the age of the Bauhaus, plus post-war examples by Georg Baselitz, Hilla Becher and Joseph Beuys, to see how art found a place at the heart of the nation after the global battle.
Thirteen year-old Thomas Clifton was walking to school in December 1600 when he was violently kidnapped by men who claimed that they had legal authority to do so from Elizabeth I herself. Katherine Rundell examines the case, finding that the snatching of Thomas had been organised by a theatrical impresario who intended to put him on the stage as part of a company of child actors.
Sam Neill narrates a documentary examining the wildlife of the Antipodean island chain, which has been left to its own devices for 80 million years - with surprising consequences. The opening edition features New Zealand's weirdest and most ancient species, including dinosaur-like reptiles, insects that have become giants, and flightless birds that behave like badgers, while the people who settled developed their own unique culture, and all must battle the natural forces that shape the island nation.
Dr Adam Rutherford investigates the story of the two brilliant but controversial Hunter brothers, who transformed both medicine and art in 18th-century Britain. Their belief that students could only learn anatomy by carrying out dissections created an unprecedented demand for dead bodies - as well as a market for the growing trade of body-snatching from graveyards.
Historian and broadcaster Michael Wood tells the story of King Alfred the Great, arguing that he and his descendants were England's most influential and important rulers. In the first of three programmes, the presenter details a desperate guerrilla war in Somerset, and establishes how Alfred laid the foundations for a single kingdom of `all the English". Filmed in locations including Reading and Rome, with contributions by leading scholars.
The historian examines how key moments in Britain's history have been manipulated and mythologised, beginning with a look at the founding myths of the Reformation. She argues that Henry VIII may have had deeper motives for bringing about a religious and political schism than his desire for a divorce, and in doing so, laid the foundations for our modern constitution and economic power as an empire. She also questions the monarch's supposed belief in Martin Luther's Protestant revolution.
In July 1955, Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain for the cold-blooded murder of lover David Blakely. Gillian Pachter takes a forensic look at the police investigation, and soon discovers worrying assumptions and problematic omissions.
The animated adventures of friends who can always count on each other. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin a bedtime story all about the first five Numberblocks. Learn all about the numbers one, two, three, four and five with Numberblocks One to Five. Ser. 2.
It's time for the annual Animal Obstacle Course Race - the animals need to work together in teams to complete the course. Duggee has his Obstacle Course badge, together with the squirrels they form the Red team and the fun begins.
It's winter and it's dark and too cold to play outside. The squirrels wonder what Duggee is up to - he seems to be looking through a long stick out of the window. Duggee explains that it's a telescope, and he's looking at things far away in space. The squirrels are keen to have a go too, but first Duggee tells them about the Solar System, and in order to help him they must all dress up as planets.
Mimi, Miko, Ethan, Freya, Joshua Haynes, Katrina Bryan. Preschool drama series about a girl who works on her brother's market stall during the summer holidays. Mack tries to help Bob with a flower display, but Mrs Juniper thinks the flowers are hers. Mack can't bring himself to tell her the truth and ends up only adding to the confusion.
A time-travelling Derek arrives on the scene to confront Danger Mouse and prevent the world's destruction, correcting the course of history in the process. However, in stopping Danger Mouse, Derek's intervention turns out to be the cause behind the end of the world.
Family comedy, by David Walliams and Kevin Cecil. Len Spud and his 12-year-old son Joe become billionaires when Len invents a new toilet roll. Len soon starts dating fortysomething hand model Sapphire Diamond, while the butler helps a neglected and unhappy Joe transfer to the local comprehensive where he conceals the facts of his wealth. However, when Len turns up at the school with his son's forgotten homework, the cat is soon out of the bag. John Thomson stars as the inventor, alongside Walliams, Catherine Tate and Rebecca Front, and featuring Warwick Davis and Bryn Terfel as themselves.
The cast of Jamie Johnson travel the UK in search of the country's most talented, inspiring and dedicated young footballers. Seb is an exciting young player, excelling at the Crystal Palace academy, who's had his fair share of knockbacks. Jermaine Johnson heads down to south London to watch him in action and find how early disappointments have spurred him on, and why he's looking forward to playing in an 11-a-side team for the first time.
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