The fifth series of Dick and Angel’s hit series returned to Channel 4 at 8pm on Sunday, 11th November where the couple revealed their new glamping venture.
With the majority of the dirty work nearing completion at the chateau, the couple explained that a camping trip with their five year-old son inspired their new business.
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Having launched Walthamstow’s Wildcard Brewery in 2012, Jaega is at the forefront of London’s craft beer revolution. The Brewery supplies many of London’s top bars and restaurants, and they’ve just signed a deal with Tesco to bring their world class Queen of Diamonds IPA to the masses.
Jaega also earned her place on the list for being vocal about sexual discrimination in the male-dominated world of brewing, where she leads the charge against patronising and offensive beer labels.
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Join Joe Fattorini, Matthew Rhys (The Americans) and Matthew Goode (Downton Abbey) on Friday, 13th October, as The Wine Show airs on SBS in Australia at 20:30.
This show brings together the fine combination of fine wine, good company, stories and sunshine. Don’t miss out!
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Catie Munnings is presenting an exciting, new series, introducing pre-schoolers to the world’s fastest, biggest and craziest machines: Catie’s Amazing Machines for CBeebies.
See the trailer here and a link to the show here
Dr Sara Kayat joins Dr Christian, as they tour the UK with their mobile clinic. The medical pair treat individuals in their hometowns and race against the clock as they attempt as many house calls and appointments as possible within a 12-hour shift.
A link to the show can be found here.
Our client, Dr Michael Mosley embarks on the largest ever investigation into the placebo effect, as he explores whether fake pills have the power to cure us from some of our most common medical complaints.
Michael heads to Blackpool to gather 117 people who suffer with backache before trying to treat them with fake pills and the power of the mind.
Watch the episode here
On Thursday, 11th October at 9pm, this BBC Two show will explore what governs our daily, biological rhythms – and Ella Al-Shamahi is on a mission to find out how we can manage this internal clock better.
Ella will test the latest thinking on how we can manage our body clocks better. She locks former commando Aldo Kane in an abandoned nuclear bunker, without the ability to check the time. Monitored around the clock by a team of scientists, he carries out tests to uncover exactly what makes our body clock tick.
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As part of the action-packed, Asia Pacific Tour with BBC Worldwide, Michael Mosley had the pleasure of meeting Bollywood actor, Shilpa Shetty Kundra at the first anniversary celebration of Sony BBC Earth in Mumbai.
“After three seasons of Coast New Zealand, most reasonable TV watchers will surely agree: Neil is the best Oliver…
“Every episode leaves you wanting more. He’s there at the start, to set the tone with his opening monologue, and at the end to bid us cheerio. But in between vast chunks of the show are presented by other people – engaging academics and popular local experts like geologist Hamish Campbell and marine biologist (slash professional stuntwoman) Jacky Geurts.”
“Each episode just about manages to fit a full school day’s syllabus in a broadcast hour. There’s always plenty of geography and history.”
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And you can watch Coast New Zealand on TVNZ on Demand right here.
Our very talented client Dr Sara Kayat will accompany Dr Christian on UKTV’s,12 Hours To Cure Your Street, as they travel across the UK in a fully functional mobile clinic to treat individuals in their hometowns. Unaware of what symptoms and conditions they’ll be faced with, they’ll be racing against the clock in the attempt to do as many house calls and appointments within a 12-hour shift.
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