Featuring a container that is edible and biodegradable; how to create aerosol paint with a smooth coverage; biofeedback device to encourage stroke patients to shift more of their weight onto their affected side.
Tonight's episode is definitely one for the meat lovers as Poh offers her service as an apprentice to butchers, Jason Bradly and Bill Smith. Growing up in a Malay/Chinese household Poh wasn't exposed to cooking with large pieces of meat, but as someone keen to develop her cooking skills in a country that produces great meat she is determined to learn more.
How will structural mover Jeremy Patterson manage to haul the SS President, one of the largest and best-known steamships in the USA, across nearly 130km of land and sea in St Louis? Many obstacles lie in his way; the vessel cannot be lifted from the Mississippi river, and so the ship must be taken apart. But can it be put back together at the end of its journey? Or could this be the death of the President?
Dr. Rahman Shinwari and his wife Dr. Arian are Pashtuns who moved to Australia during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Sean Connolly joins them as they prepare for Eid al-Adha, an annual Islamic festival of feasting to honour the sacrifices of the prophet Abraham.
Designer vodka made in Wales. Sounds like a recipe for blindness, but Oz and James are game enough to sample the Welsh take on Russia's most famous drink. There's a visit to a 'beverage plant', which brews beers from around the world and a trip to a vineyard in Gloucestershire. James and Oz's home brew is tested by the experts at the Worcester Beer Festival and after all that, there's still time to try perry: an ancient English drink made from pears.
When Philip Trail, a young father of two, was diagnosed with a brain tumour, he and his wife Angela decided to sell their London home and start a healthier, less stressful life in the country. They moved to a village in Surrey to be close to Philip's family, and decided to renovate a 150-year-old threshing barn. Rather than a barn conversion, it was more of a barn inversion.
Will is introduced to a traditional version of Brocciu ripened with maggots in Corsica, meets a rock star shepherd and discovers an ancient curd cheese in Sardinia; and explores authentic Pecorino Fiore Sardo.
This week it's all about Chinese and French food traditions. It's not just the recipes and how they're cooked but how they're eaten that guarantees taste combinations that are perfectly balanced and an honour to experience.
A cooking special featuring Poh Ling Yeow, Matthew Evans and Margaret Fulton who will be casting their gaze over three new food-related inventions.
Legend has it that Euripides predicted that when people looked at the ruins of the Acropolis, they would imagine Athens was five times more important that it actually was. Upon its elevated platform, the Acropolis boasts four of the greatest ever masterpieces of classical architecture, all built within 40 years. Even today, it is hard to over-estimate their beauty and influence. They are potent symbols of a golden era which produced just about everything we associate with the ancient Greeks - an era of wealth, energy and creativity which produced the plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes, the thinking of Socrates, and the Acropolis itself - an icon of progressive civilisation.
A series looking at important medieval buildings in Europe.
The challenge to complete the Sagrada Familia Church, according to Gaudi's vision, is revealed by architects and artisans who have spent years of their lives immersed in unlocking the secrets of Gaudi's Liquid Stone.
A first time glimpse inside the beautiful Katsura Rikyu Imperial Villa in Kyoto shows why it is renowned for being the quintessence of Japanese aesthetics. Built in the 17th century for an aristocratic family, it reveals all the glory and attention to fine craftsmanship Japanese princes put into their palaces, despite it being a time when the Imperial Court was losing power to the Samurai.
Structural movers must relocate a 1,200-ton church in Salem, Massachusetts, 90 metres to a new site where it will be redeveloped into a courthouse law library.
Every year the Balinese Community of NSW gets together to celebrate Galungan - a cultural and religious holiday that marks the beginning of the most important religious ceremony in Bali. Galungan occurs every 210 days and lasts for ten days. Sean Connolly joins the recently elected president of the community, Ode Srijaya and his wife Putu, for the festivities that involve preparation of a feast, weaving of banten (baskets upon which food offerings are presented) and an offering to the ancestors at a temporary outdoor shrine.
Oz and James are in Burton-on-Trent, and James is particularly excited at being reunited with his home brew. Oz sets to work making his own beer, which is based on an old Elizabethan recipe. The intrepid pair set out to taste some of the world's most extreme beers, and try their hands at being barmen for an evening at a pub in Stourbridge.
David and Greta Iredale are seasoned builders. They built their first house in 1956 and their second, nine years later. Having lived in it for 40 years, the timber house they designed themselves began to rot, so they decided to demolish it and replace it with a prefab. For their final house, they chose a solid, German built, precision engineered Huf Haus.
On her recent trip to Malaysia, Poh noticed that in Malaysia there's no differentiation between breakfast, lunch and dinner. This got Poh thinking about breakfasts around the world and wanting to find out more about breakfast traditions.
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