This new series follows the efforts of the owners and staff at an 18-30s campsite in Devon as they try to overcome a string of wet, recession-hit summers - and make this summer season a roaring success.
Join best-selling author and chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. Greece supposedly has the world's healthiest diet. From Crete to Ithaca, Anthony heads off on a culinary odyssey to find out if that reputation is deserved.
The entire restaurant lands in Australia and prepare for opening day. With three weeks before they serve their first ever Australian diners, the team must settle into their home and welcome and train new staff.
In this episode Heston tackles the meal our mum's told us never to miss - breakfast. Heston wants to rekindle the love for this important meal by making the most amazing breakfast Britain has ever seen.
The Fat Duck Melbourne opens its doors to the Australian public for the first time, serving dishes such as Snail Porridge and Mad Hatter's Tea Party. His success lies in the hands of his Australian diners.
In 2015, Heston Blumenthal's world-famous restaurant The Fat Duck closed its doors in Bray, England, for a significant refurbishment and huge creative evolution for its re- opening. For the first time ever in the history of gastronomy, a three Michelin starred world-class restaurant relocated in its entirety to Melbourne, Australia for a six month residency to the other side of the world. Inside Heston's World not only documents that incredible move, but also for the first time gives a behind-the-scenes look at the constant search for perfection and intense creative process The Fat Duck team faces daily.
When Jonathan Belsey's marriage ended, he left the family home and bought a plot of land just down the road on a mission to build a house that would be exciting to look at, cheap to run, and ecologically sound. He's a scientist after all, and this will be the great experiment he's dreamt of.
Food writer Stefan Gates explores some of the most controversial food issues and dangerous places in the world. Tonight he is in one of the harshest climates of the planet, 500 miles inside the Arctic Circle, Stefan travels to the town of Igloolik where he discovers people still hunting whale and seal. He goes on a 10-day hunting trip with his Inuit guide Theo, and is forced to put aside any qualms about the hunting of seals and whales. He also discovers that global warming is threatening the Inuit way of life.
The Big Fix team attempt to tackle one of the biggest rural crimes in the UK, and work to find a way to build a BMX bicycle for a young boy who was born with no hands or feet. Meanwhile, in Peterborough, 56-year-old Graham is suffering from locked-in syndrome, meaning he is almost completely paralysed and unable to speak. The team will have to come up with a way for him to have conversations with the medical team around him and, most importantly, his family and friends.
From the initial 12 students vying for a six month placement with Philippe Starck, it has now come down to two - don’t miss tonight’s final episode of Design For Life. After spending the last couple of months thinking, stressing, striving and working, 27-year-old Ilsa and 23-year-old Mike are now only a few weeks away from finding out which one of them will win the placement.
After being hit by one of the worst storms in decades, the Europa campsite is suffering a worrying mid-season slump. And to make matters worse key managers, Joey and Vicki, have fallen out. With the all-important bumper bank holiday weekend approaching, it's critical that the team pull together and bring in the cash. They need a record breaking theme night that's literally out of this world.
Technology is transforming the world, for better or worse. In this series, Simon Reeve follows a radical team of creatives who are proving that the good can outdo the bad by re-purposing everyday objects to change people's lives for the better. In this episode, they help a terminally ill photographer who can no longer use his hands to operate a camera; try to bring cutting-edge communication to a remote Welsh village; and work to give some control back to a young designer who has Parkinson's disease and who has been unable to use a pen since developing tremors in her hands two years ago.
In 2015, Heston Blumenthal's world-famous restaurant The Fat Duck closed its doors in Bray, England, for a significant refurbishment and huge creative evolution for its re- opening. For the first time ever in the history of gastronomy, a three Michelin starred world-class restaurant relocated in its entirety to Melbourne, Australia for a six month residency to the other side of the world.
Inside Heston's World not only documents that incredible move, but also for the first time gives a behind-the-scenes look at the constant search for perfection and intense creative process The Fat Duck team faces daily.
This engaging 4-part series spends a full year following Heston and his team on their most extraordinary adventure to date. With exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the legendary three Michelin star restaurant, the series will explore the astonishingly creative adventures of Heston to reveal the real insight into the pioneer of multi-sensory cooking, the chef who simply changed the world of cooking today.
After the final lunch service in Melbourne, The Fat Duck returns home to England and re-opens its doors after a complete re-birth. (From Australia)
In this groundbreaking factual thriller for British television, 14 British citizens are given fugitive status and go on the run. For up to 28 days they must evade capture from some of the world's best investigators. Leading the hunt is Chief Brett Lovegrove, former Head of Counter Terrorism for City of London Police, who led their response to the 7/7 bombings. He runs a team of 30 hunters carefully selected from law enforcement, military intelligence, cyber analysis, online profiling and human tracking.
In episode four, we meet newlyweds Adam and Emma Channell (pictured above) who want one last adventure before they begin a family. Their plan is to head off grid in some of Britain's most remote rural areas - the Yorkshire Dales and deepest Wales, but as paranoia kicks in and they start to jump at every car that passes, the married couple finds it increasingly difficult to cope with the pressure.
Also on the run is Freddie Young, a 21-year-old teaching assistant from Essex, accompanied by his mother-in-law Jacqui Omer, who insisted on coming along as she's convinced Freddie can't cope on his own. Their plan is to stay fairly close to home and lay low in a caravan park on the coast.
Meanwhile Emily Dredge is now finding the stress of being hunted and being apart from her baby Ernest almost unbearable. After a high-speed getaway on the back of a motorbike she decides to chance a visit home to see her son, but as the hunters have her family under round the clock surveillance, could this be her final mistake?
In this groundbreaking factual-thriller, 14 British citizens are given fugitive status and go on the run. For up to 28 days they must evade capture by a crack team of investigators, including experts in human tracking, cyber analysis, covert surveillance and psychological profiling. So far the hunters have tracked down 10 fugitives - only 4 remain at large.
In this dramatic final episode the last remaining fugitives must reach a pre-arranged extraction point from where they must flee the country to avoid capture and end their time on the run. But with seven days to go the hunters are ramping up their efforts to find them.
Stephen and Martin have so far avoided detection by travelling along the nations canal towpaths and communicating to their loved ones by cloaking their presence on the internet. They finally ping onto the hunters radar when they use a cashpoint. Following the CCTV trail from the cashpoint, the hunters finally understand how the pair have evaded them for so long. But has this breakthrough come too late?
Meanwhile school friends Emily and Lauren are still evading capture, despite getting spooked and going their separate ways. Lauren is hiding out in the remotest hills of North Wales, while Emily unwittingly gives the hunters a lead on the location of the extraction point by trusting newly made friends with valuable information.
As the final hour approaches, the hunters focus all their attention on locating the extraction point. When they finally get the breakthrough they need, the race is on to get there before the fugitives make their bid for freedom!
In this dramatic final episode the last remaining fugitives must reach a pre-arranged extraction point to avoid capture and end their time on the run. But with 7 days to go the hunters are ramping up their efforts to find them.
Narrated by Eddie Marsan (Ray Donovan, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell);
Executive Producers: Tim Whitwell, Matt Bennett; Series Producer Tom Coveney. Series Director: Wes Pollitt. Hunted is a Shine TV production for Channel 4. (CC,Coarse Language)
A group of six builders embark on an ambitious project to bring the Roman city of Wroxeter back to life by building a fully working Roman villa. But the catch is they cannot use any modern technology and their building guide is a manual written in 25BC.
Engineers are constructing and fitting out a new station at Paddington, erecting a 230m-long great glass canopy to soar above the structure, and plugging directly into Brunel's original grade one-listed station - a nerve wracking feat. At Tottenham Court Road, workers are building underground platforms and concourses the size of an aircraft carrier in the heart of the world's busiest shopping district. The team must carefully remove enormous props that hold apart the station walls, as convoys of concrete trucks drive down Oxford Street where half a million shoppers and tourists visit, every day. In Derby, a father and son team race to construct 66 trains to ferry passengers across the 50km of Crossrail line.
Deadly train accidents claim dozens of lives each year, but just how safe are the railroads? This documentary investigates recent rail tragedies and advances in train technology that could help prevent them, by taking a special look at Japan's super-efficient bullet trains, which have a perfect safety record, revealing what it would take to usher in a new golden age of safer, faster, more modern and reliable train travel.
J. Robert Oppenheimer is in charge of developing the world's first nuclear bomb, but when he finds himself in a race against Hitler and his own nuclear scientist, Werner Heisenberg, the very fate of humankind hangs in the balance. Then Samuel Colt and partners Edwin Smith & Daniel Wesson become locked in the first true "arms" race, as they compete to perfect the world's first revolver.
Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro explore Italian resourcefulness through the enterprising food skills of the Lombards. Gennaro tests if he has the ability to live by l'arte di arrangiarsi (the art of making do) and insists that he and Antonio only eat what food they can get for free.
Have you ever looked at an everyday appliance and thought I could improve on that? In this new series, James Coleman and Greg Page showcase Kiwi ingenuity as they take everyday household items, look closely at the science involved in their inner workings, then set about re-modelling them to reach their full potential.
Charts the creation of Grayson Perry's riskiest and most personal public artwork of his career: a loving tribute and celebration of his homeland of Essex inspired by his life and the people he grew up amongst.
Four celebrity households including Brit-pop legend Alex James, presenter Anneka Rice, popular chef Aldo Zilli and interior designers Colin and Justin agree to open their doors to some of the most vulnerable members of British society.
Two Sikh brothers, Harinder and Davinder Singh, are new fugitives on the run from the hunters, while Dr Ricky Allen still continues to evade capture and even comes up with a daring plan to turn the tables on his pursuers.
If you had to disappear tomorrow - with some of the world's best missing persons experts looking for you - and the most cutting edge technology keeping tabs on your electronic footprint, could you just vanish?
Hestons Dinner in Space - Heston boldly goes where no chef has
gone before! Follow Heston and his team in this two-part series as they attempt to revolutionise the world of space food and orchestrate the first ever dinner party in space. Challenged by the British Astronaut Tim Peake, Heston creates seven dishes that remind Tim of home, helping to combat the emotional impact of his journey. Heston and his team take on the astronomical task of creating meals that can be consumed at zero gravity. He explores how our bodies react to being in space and how the physics and chemistry of eating are changed outside the Earths atmosphere. Follow the conversation on twitter: # SBSFood (Part 1 of 2) (From the UK) (Food Series)
The Land Rover Series 1 is a seriously iconic British car. Born in 1948 it went on to conquer the world. Rugged, simple, but with only just 39,000 made, examples of this national treasure are hard to find.
World-renowned chef and culinary mad scientist Heston Blumenthal is going supersized in new seven-part series Heston's Fantastical Foods. Heston turns Willy Wonka as he creates amazing, gigantic versions of some of the most well-known and loved foods, adding a dash of childlike wonder and excitement along the way.
Chef Rick Stein combines two of his favourite passions in this evocative celebration of the music and food of the American Deep South. Rick has loved blues music since he first encountered it in the early 1960s. Now he goes on a fascinating journey through the Mississippi Delta - the birthplace of the blues - seeking out his favourite music as well as the food that is ingrained in its heritage.
At 53 West 53rd street, developer Tim Flynn plans to construct an 82-storey skyscraper that will add 50,000 square feet to the Museum of Modern Art and provide luxury apartments with stunning views of Central Park. The ambition is for a giant skyscraper - one of the tallest in the city - but Tim must build it on a tiny plot of land, scarcely large enough to park a few cars.
The 21st century building crew constructing a Roman villa using only ancient methods and tools, have reached the halfway point. The giant oak frame is up and now the race is on to get the roof finished before the weather breaks.
The final push is on to get the Roman villa completed before the winter weather sets in making building impossible. But there are problems. The plaster in the showpiece main room won't set, so the painting of the frescoes can't begin.
The internal scaffolding of the Roman villa comes down and the workmen realise the sheer size of the project - none more so than plasterer Tim, who has to cover all the walls, using 90 tonnes of lime plaster. He is given only one 'slave' to help, the ponderous labourer, Ben, and so Tim's not happy. Sparks fly between him and foreman Jim, and Tim goes 'off site' to clear his head and calm his temper.
Can those who have everything help rebuild the lives of people who have nothing at all? With the UK in the midst of its worst recession in decades, homelessness is expected to rise dramatically. Home Is Where The Heart Is follows a radical scheme which looks to offer a solution to one of Britain's most stubborn social problems.
Professor Alice Roberts discovers which foods are Britain's most popular, and uses the latest science to uncover their suprising health benefits. But what do we know about these favourite foods? How good are they for us, and are we getting the best from them? Could they actually make us feel and look better? Professor Alice Roberts travels across the country to track down the very latest scientific information, revealing the definitive guide to the foods Britons love. (Class. tba)
The Mini Cooper Mk1 was the car that changed everything. Now it's down to Philip Glenister and internationally renowned car designer Ant Anstead to find, rescue and restore one back to its former glory.
The six latter day British builders aiming to construct a Roman villa using only ancient methods and tools, face the most challenging and dangerous part of the project - erecting the giant timber frame.
Fakes is the human story of the fastest rising crime of our times, worth billions of dollars a year. A generation ago some of the world's top brands were outsourced to the East to take advantage of cheap labour. Now it is payback time as counterfeited goods, produced in industrial quantities, are flooding the Western markets.
An exclusive glimpse into the creative process of the world's greatest living architect, Frank Gehry, as he creates his very first building in Australia - the University of Technology's new business school.
St Paul's Cathedral is London's most iconic landmark. For three centuries, this beautiful building has been the church for the people. It's here that people gather for the most important events: from Prince Charles' wedding to Lady Diana Spencer, to Winston Churchill's state funeral.
Celebrate National Science week with EnhanceTV showcasing major breakthroughs like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, 40th anniversary of the birth of the first IVF baby and celebrate International Year of the Reef.
Digital literacy is an essential part of an education and many students are learning to program much like their parents learned to write. Check out what children are coding as they prepare for their digital world.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Go on a culinary journey through the world of science. Find out how to transform the taste and texture of food through molecular gastronomy, or prepare dinner in your kitchen kettle using particle theory. With help from some of UQ's most engaging teachers and researchers, Ben Milbourne explains and demonstrates common scientific principles in a way that's fun and easy to understand - through cooking! (ACTDEK045,VCDSTC047,VCDSTC058)