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Teleshopping lifestyle
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Teleshopping lifestyle
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Teleshopping lifestyle
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The Yorkshire Vet nature
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The Yorkshire Vet nature
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The Yorkshire Vet nature
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The Yorkshire Vet nature
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
Exploring Britain's most famous rivers, beginning with the Clyde. Scotland's most famous river rises in the Lowther Hills of Lanarkshire and flows 106 miles to its estuary in the Firth of Clyde. Over the last 1,000 years, it's been a route used by invaders, has been the lifeblood of Glasgow and the home of a world-famous shipbuilding industry.
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
From the confluence of the North and South Tyne in Northumberland to its estuary into the North Sea, the Tyne has played an important historical and contemporary role in the North East. It includes an Olympic rowing training ground, a home for a flourishing salmon population, and the Roman foundations on which Newcastle upon Tyne was built.
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
Britain's third longest river flows 170 miles from its source in Staffordshire to its confluence with the Ouse in Lincolnshire, where it forms the Humber. The Trent once rivalled the Thames as a trade route and its history is linked with local industries, including the potteries, and the creation of a canal system through the Midlands.
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
An exploration of the Kent river, which has been a gateway to the British Isles for thousands of years, witnessing the arrival of invasion fleets, immigrants and new ideas.
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
A look at Britain's longest river, which is renowned for having the second largest tidal range in the world.
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Britain's Great Rivers: Then & Now documentary
Following the course of the Avon and exploring stories related to it, including links to a Civil War battle, William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, a royal spa town and rugby.
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Our Yorkshire Farm science
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The Highland Vet nature
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Britain's Favourite Comedy comedy
Jo Brand presents a celebration of great sketches from the decade, featuring clips from The Fast Show, Goodness Gracious Me and The Real McCoy. Charlie Higson reveals which memorable Fast Show sketch Paul Whitehouse hated, while the cast of Goodness Gracious Me recall their famous Going for an English sketch.
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Britain's Favourite 80s Songs arts
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The Story of the Songs documentary
The stories behind three singles of the singles that made the singer a global superstar. The programme examines 1996 breakthrough ballad Because You Loved Me, operatic rock track It's All Coming Back to Me Now with its accompanying Gothic music video, and her 2003 cover of I Drove All Night, which drew inspiration from Swedish dance music.
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The Story of the Songs documentary
Documentary examining the personal and musical development of the singer and actress by investigating the stories behind three of her greatest songs.
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A Greek Odyssey with Bettany Hughes documentary
The historian arrives in the Peloponnese, a peninsula regarded as home to some of ancient Greece's most legendary kings and vicious warriors. To understand the violent world in which the myths and legends are set, Bettany visits the bones of a 19-year-old-warrior who died more than 3,500 years ago. Healed sword marks and a large hole in his skull are a testament to his environment. In Sparta, the home town of Helen of Troy, Bettany discovers what made the region's warriors so feared, before heading to Mycenae, likely home to the kings and queens that inspired the story of the Trojan War.
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The Yorkshire Vet nature
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