It's dinner for two at Nigella Lawson's with three fabulous meals: saki salmon, crunchy pork chops and roast chicken salad - all dishes that are super fast to prepare and full of flavour.
James May and 350 volunteers build a world record beating Scalextric track on what was the world's first racetrack - Brooklands in Surrey, England. The new circuit following the same route now has to go through a housing estate, over two access roads, navigate through an office block, several car parks, four metre fences and hedges.
In tonight's episode, Barry travels to the Atlas Mountains. This is the traditional home and sanctuary of the mountain Berbers and it reveals itself to be one of the most beautiful destinations on Earth. On the highest mountain in North Africa a mule is better than a four wheel drive, world-famous carpets are made between household chores and a conical clay pot is the most essential piece of equipment in every kitchen.
Hosted by James O'Loghlin, The New Inventors brings you the best in new Australian inventions. From exciting innovations to eccentric designs, inventors across the country are working to improve the way we live. Deciding the winner of these three inventions are: futurist and author Mark Pesce, science broadcaster Bernie Hobbs, and inventor and journalist Christine Kininmonth.
Students will be inspired and excited by the best of cutting edge engineering. Demonstrating a broad range of engineering applications, this series focuses on the engineers themselves - who they are, what they do and how they think. Today: This episode follows two people as they have new limbs fitted, and sees how they adjust to the changes it brings to their lives.
The controversial debate of gene technology: the specific ways genes have been manipulated to produce bigger and better crops and animals and the facts behind its potential impact on human health and the environment.
Oliver Peyton is a UK-based, Irish restaurateur and art connoisseur. In this series he follows the cultural trail throughout Europe and the US of landmark works of art which have food as a central motif.
Nigella Feasts is the delectable new series from the domestic goddess Nigella Lawson. Nigella is a world famous writer, a mother and a great cook with an appetite. She has a burning love of life and a passion for food. She delights in preparing feasts to celebrate anything that matters from the special to the everyday. She's gorgeous, articulate and amusing. Each episode is based around a theme and this week Nigella is celebrating the weekend.
Tonight, James and his family of helpers build a life-size bridge made entirely of Meccano - a world first. Once James has found a river to build his bridge over and a design to follow, it takes two months to painstakingly piece together this huge feat of engineering. With the help of a group of engineering undergraduates, James uses 100,000 standard Meccano 1cm wide steel bars, nuts and bolts to achieve his extraordinary model.
In tonight's episode, the Berbers invite Barry to take a peek into their lives on a typical Berber family farm that has been run by the same family for five generations. Here it only rains three times a year, the trees are full of grazing goats and the local country market has a parking lot for donkeys.
Tony and Sharon Relph have fallen in love with a dilapidated Georgian house in London. With very little money, they plan to restore the house to its former glory. Tony plans to do all the work himself while Sharon, a freelance make-up artist, will earn the money to pay for it.
Following on from their first adventure we now join wine expert Oz Clarke and wine novice James May as they take a month long trip around the revered Californian wineries.
Camembert is a potent symbol of French cheese making. Will Studd visits the tiny village of Camembert where it all began, the nearby dairy of Monsieur Durand as well as the Cooperative of Isigny St Mere.
Poh loves all areas of cooking but she particularly loves baking, and barely a day goes by without her popping something into the oven. But she knows that you can never stop learning about the mysterious art of pastry, and this is one of the reasons she always welcomes good friend Emmanuel Mollois to her kitchen.
Hosted by James O'Loghlin, The New Inventors presents the Access And Ability Special. Featuring inventions by and for people with a disability, we look at some of the ingenious ways inventors are helping to ensure everyone has equal access to life, work and fun.
Students will be inspired and excited by the best of cutting edge engineering. Demonstrating a broad range of engineering applications, this series focuses on the engineers themselves - who they are, what they do and how they think. Today: Blackpool's 'Big One' is the biggest, fastest rollercoaster in Britain. This program meets the engineers whose job is to scare the life out of people.
It seems strange that the foods growing naturally in Australia are the least understood by non-indigenous people. This program introduces a range of indigenous foods. It explains their traditional uses and how the more adventurous cooks among us are combining them into modern meals.
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