Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are.
With all the research for walking trails and interpretation boards done, Monty has recruited graphic designer Richard Chyzy to help get the material published.
A new series that follows six teenagers from around the UK as they struggle to face the reality of newfound fatherhood. While their mates are having fun, these baby daddies are coping with sleepless nights, changing nappies and money worries - as well as facing the usual teen angst of arguments with girlfriends, angry parents and stressful exams. Will they put down the X-Box to play with the baby, and budget for milk bottles instead of beers? Or will the tears and teething be too much to handle?
On the 6th of June 1944, tens of thousands of Allied troops landed on the coast of Normandy in the largest amphibious assault ever. For many of the young US soldiers, this war against the Nazis seemed almost like an adventure. What lay in store for them was bloody carnage on the beaches of France. This program meticulously records the sequence of events by means of original footage, photos, documents and interviews with survivors.
BMW has moved production of the X3 to the South Carolina BMW facility. To keep up with heavy demand, the factory increased production by 50%, hired 1,000 new workers and purchased 300 additional robots.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? From adhesive bandages to contact lenses, find out how many of the everyday objects we use become the things they are.
In a post 9-11 world the medium itself underwent massive industrial changes propelling films into a bold new direction.
A builder falls at work and dislocates his shoulder in such an unusual way it takes a five-strong team to pull it into place. A man in his sixties who had one leg amputated in 2009 comes in with the other dangerously swollen following a trip to Goa, and an 83-year-old has to be persuaded by senior sister Ann-Marie to accept treatment for a cyst on his knee.
In the final leg of their travels, Ken and Ching make an emotional return to their ancestral homes. They begin first in the dim sum capital Guangzhou to explore the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine, the food most familiar to the West, before heading their separate ways.
In the final episode, Chris travels across the world, from Iceland to Brazil, to Bangladesh and the Maldives. His aim: to reveal the secrets of the world's watery habitats - fresh and salty.
Ideas about the soul and the afterlife, of sin and God's purpose have shaped human thinking for thousands of years. Religious rituals remain embedded in the major events of our lives. In this thought-provoking series, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins asks what happens if we leave religion behind.
Brilliant, flashy, playful movies in the English speaking world in the nineties. We look at what was new in Tarantino's dialogue and the edginess of the Coen Brothers. The writer of Starship Troopers and Robocop talks exclusively about the films' irony. In Australia, Baz Luhrmann talks about Romeo & Juliet and Moulin Rouge, and we plunge into the digital world to see how it has changed the movies forever.
ABBA: Bang a Boomerang tells the inside story of Australia's colossal '70s crush on the Swedish supergroup ABBA and their music, and how this unequalled and enduring fan-worship changed them and us forever.
When fake tans, hair extensions, pumping iron and lunchtime Botox have become the norm, have people's looks actually become more important than who they are? Is vanity necessarily a negative thing? Or can it be harnessed and used to change lives? In episode three, Cherry meets a cast of characters, from those who obsess about their looks to those who absolutely refuse to do so, in a bid to find out whether one's looks can really change one's life for the better. Along the way, she must decide whether or not to stop shaving her body hair, and if she has the guts to get a tattoo.
In episode four we meet Sharon (42) who at her heaviest weighed 114kg. Like many women, Sharon's weight spiralled during pregnancy. Sharon has recently lost weight and is now down to 100kg. Sharon's BMI is over forty and for her height she is still in the morbidly obese range. The best option for Sharon is gastric band surgery to drastically reduce the size of her stomach. Sharon will feel fuller much more quickly which will help her to control her weight.