Will journeys to Italy's picturesque Campania region to look at stretched curd cheeses, and gets a lesson from a Countess in how to make the perfect wood-fired pizza. He then heads to the coast to look at cacao Cavallo.
Have you ever been put off cooking a recipe because it contained a lot of spices? Poh took a while to warm up to the idea of spices but now she loves them. To find out more about the mysterious world of spices Poh has invited Indian chef Ragini Dey back into her kitchen to share some of her amazing knowledge.
Documentary series following people who move large structures for a living. This program features a Victorian villa in Canada, previously due for demolition, which instead embarks on a 220 km journey - an odyssey that takes it along the coast before finally reaching its new site on Vancouver Island.
Not everyone gets to live out their childhood dreams, but in 2004 Francis Shaw did exactly that when he bought a crumbling castle on English Heritage's Buildings at Risk register, to restore. Little did he know what he was letting himself and his family in for by taking on this project.
From the moment that it hit the skies in 1969, until a catastrophic accident just outside Paris on July 25, 2000, the supersonic Concorde was an icon. Witness the rise and fall of Concorde through the people who knew the aircraft best. How did a design dream turn into an engineering nightmare?
BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the south. In a country suspicious of outside media, this is a rare opportunity to meet ordinary Iranians going about their daily lives - shopping, cooking, working and having fun - and in each region the affable Sadeq finds an extraordinary variety of food as well as culture and history.
Will travels to the mountains of the north to find out about the Portuguese cheese, Serra da Estrela. He then travels to the island of Sao Jorge in the Azores to learn about the benchmark cheeses of 'little Switzerland'.
Hosted by James O'Loghlin, The New Inventors is home to the brightest breakthroughs in technology, innovation and invention. Deciding the winner of these three inventions are: designer and inventor Sally Dominguez, inventor and journalist Christine Kininmonth, and wood worker and teacher Richard Vaughan.
This week, Poh's guest in her kitchen is Martin Boetz. Born in Germany, Martin is now the Executive Chef of two restaurants, one in Melbourne and the other in Sydney.
A team of building movers brave thunder and lightning at Heathrow Airport to transport a gigantic glass and steel air traffic control tower across one of the world's busiest runways. In Canada, an attempt is made to shift five 43 metre high grain silos 32 km over a mountain frozen with ice and snow.
Kevin McCloud revisits an unusual building in the wild open countryside of Cumbria, one of the most beautiful regions in the UK. Helen and Phil Reddy wanted their home to make the most of the spectacular views, but they also wanted it to be ecologically friendly with no heating bills. Their solution was to build an earth-sheltered home, with most of the house built into the hillside.
Sadeq Saba uncovers daily life in Iran, through food and history. In a country suspicious of outside media, this is a rare opportunity to meet ordinary Iranians going about their daily lives - shopping, cooking, working and having fun. BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the south.
The Canadian province of Quebec is undergoing a cheese-making revival. Will visits Quebec to find out whether the original French settlers have had any influence on this renaissance.
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.
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