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Episode one: The Sale. With Edith and Phil’s sunset retirement waiting on the sale of the house, Phil begins to despair of it ever selling.
It's 18 months since Faith’s (Eve Myles) life was turned upside down by the unexplained disappearance of her husband. And 18 months since his unexpected and shocking return.
In this series, families from across the UK reveal what it really means to be in work, but still only ‘just about managing’.
YouTube video-maker Markus Meechan, better known to most as the 'Nazi pug man’, was convicted of committing a hate crime after posting a video of his girlfriend’s dog who he had trained to perform a ‘Nazi salute’. The video was judged as grossly offensive for containing menacing anti-Semitic and racist material - he claims it was a joke, made to annoy his girlfriend.
Hip hop pioneer Fred Brathwaite - aka Fab 5 Freddy - goes on a quest to uncover the hidden black figures of Italian Renaissance art.
In this witty and revealing Arena film, Cindy Sherman - widely recognised as one of the greatest living contemporary artists - grants a rare interview to award-winning director Clare Beavan.
Ross's tenacity in helping Ned (Vincent Regan, pictured) finally bears fruit, but it comes at a cost.
The dry season is now upon the animals of the Serengeti, the toughest of times for some but a food bonanza for others. The increasing drought turns the waterhole into a death trap for the herds, but for the lions it’s a gift - and Kali and her cubs are finally able to enjoy life back in the heart of the pride.
Nadiya shares her favourite time-saving recipes to ensure an easy end to a hectic day.
Episode one: Cherry Bakewells. Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey get access to some of the biggest factories in Britain and Europe, to follow the 24-hour production lines that produce our favourite products.
How much does class still matter in Britain’s elite professions? Is working hard enough, or are your chances in life still determined by where you come from?
Jim Al Khalili investigates how our innate drive to explore mobilised humanity and gave us the ultimate freedom machine - the car.
In this episode, we’re investigating an 18th century family portrait of a young man at the prime of his life. Could a chance sighting by Philip have revealed an undiscovered work by the giant of Regency portraiture, Sir Thomas Lawrence?
Across the natural world, young animals spend much of their time playing. From cats that love a game of chase, to chimps that can solve puzzles, new research now reveals that play is at the heart of almost everything an animal learns - it’s so much more than fun and games.
Episode one: Life Is A Cabaret. It's 1966 and Bob Fosse is in Hollywood on the set of Sweet Charity, the film of the successful Broadway musical that had starred his wife Gwen Verdon, who has been replaced on screen by Shirley MacLaine.
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