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The Great Pottery Throw Down


| Reality, Competition | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Set in the heart of the Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent, the search for a top home potter begins. The first four day assignment to make stackable earthenware kitchen bowls is watched over by judges Kate Malone and Keith Brymer Jones. Sara Cox presents.

The Saboteurs


| Drama, Thriller, Military/War, Mini-Series
Rating: 5/5

This is a six-part dramatization about how the Norwegians stopped Hitler from building a nuclear weapon by sabotaging the factory in Rjukan, Norway that produced heavy water, which had the potential to create an atomic bomb. The situation is viewed from four perspectives: the Nazis', the Allies', the saboteurs', and the company's.

999: On the Frontline


| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Filmed simultaneously with ambulance crews across the West Midlands, this series shows in real time the range of cases paramedics attend to.

Building the Dream

Architectural designer Charlie Luxton helps people build dream homes that are both amazing and affordable.

Walking Through History

Sir Tony Robinson hikes through the British countryside, providing historical lessons along the way.

The Story of Film: An Odyssey


| Interview, History, Documentary
Rating: 1/5

Film historian Mark Cousins explores the global art and medium of film through history in this 15-part series.

Shocking Emergency Calls

Documentary series telling the real story behind some of the most dramatic and extraordinary calls made to emergency operators. Featuring exclusive interviews and first-hand accounts.

Homes By the Sea

For generations the seaside has been a place where many Brits dreamed of living. Today more than three million people across the land have realised that ambition. In this new series, architectural designer Charlie Luxton embarks on a nationwide journey to visit some of Britain's best homes by the sea and find out what makes the perfect coastal property. From renovated cottages to brand new builds, converted lighthouses and grand seafront terraces, Charlie explores the remarkable variety of styles and architecture that shape our coastal towns and villages. He also designs his own fantasy home in each amazing location, taking inspiration from the local architecture and spectacular scenery. In the first episode, Charlie travels to south-west Wales to visit some fantastic homes built on the rugged and breathtaking Pembrokeshire coast.

The World's Most Beautiful Railway

Scotland's rail network crosses a landscape voted the best in the world. This series follows the staff and enthusiasts safeguarding these iconic routes.

Impossible Builds (UK)

This new series explores how a new wave of innovative kit homes is helping ambitious homeowners build dream houses in some of the UK's most remote and challenging locations. Architectural designer Charlie Luxton and commercial designer Aidan Keane meet determined families who are going against the odds to build bespoke homes on incredible plots.

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