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Grayson Perry: All ManGrayson Perry: All Man

Turner Prize-winning artist and double Bafta Award-winning TV presenter Grayson Perry investigates contemporary masculinity. As a frock-wearing, mountain-biking father of one, he's got a unique perspective on his own tribe. In each episode, Grayson spends time in a different ultra-male world to see what their extreme maleness can tell us about the changing lives and expectations of all men in Britain today, as Grayson reflects on his prejudices, his own masculine identity and his upbringing.


One SummerOne Summer
Channel 4, 1983 | Drama

One Summer follows two boys from Liverpool - Billy and Icky. They are in trouble with the law, haven't been to school in months, and have made enemies within the local gangs. Billy comes from a dysfunctional broken family - with a depressed gambling addicted mother, and a sister who hates him. Icky comes from a family of 10 children - his mother would never miss him. One day Billy decides to try to recapture the one happy moment in his life - a school camping trip to Wales. The two boys escape with the stolen bingo winnings of Billy's mother, and make their way by train to the countryside. There they find Kidder - a reclusive drop out school teacher, who against his better judgement takes the boys into his home. The emotional bond that forms between the three is at the heart of One Summer.


Tattoo Fixers: ExtremeTattoo Fixers: Extreme

Three talented tattoo artists transform extreme inking disasters into walking works of art.


Your Room or Mine?Your Room or Mine?

Four teams make over each other's homes to see who has the best taste in interior design.


TV OffalTV Offal

This was a short-lived UK produced comedy series developed by Victor Lewis-Smith which covered rare, obscure, and sometimes offensive excerpts of various television shows, commercials, and projects from numerous archives, as well as poking fun at them and on occasion, a few celebrities The show was best known for introducing the immortal "Rainbow Uncensored" clip for the first time on national television, the involvment of Professor Stephen Hawking in the openings of the series, and for it's series of comedy sketches featuring two Daleks (the nefarious metallic monstrosities from the classic series Doctor Who) as a pair of extremist homosexuals.


Britain ADBritain AD

According to received wisdom, native British culture was suppressed by 400 years of Roman rule and the withdrawal of the mighty imperial army in AD 410 threw the country into a state of primitive barbarism, which only came to an end with the invasion by the more advanced Anglo Saxons. Writer and broadcaster Francis Pryor argues that we have got this version of our history wrong. Francis shows how archaeologists are beginning to reveal that the early history of Britain was a vibrant period in which the population thrived under a series of foreign influences from as far a field as the Middle East and Constantinople without losing their cultural identity.


Hidden Hands  - A Different History of ModernismHidden Hands - A Different History of Modernism

A series which re-evaluated some of the ideas about modern art.


BenchmarkBenchmark

One contestant has the chance to take home thousands of pounds, with the help from 10 members of the British Public aka 'Benchmarkers'. They have to answer a series of difficult numerical general knowledge questions with their answers setting the benchmark and then all the contestant has to do is decide whether the correct answer is higher or lower than the previous one.


Tom's Fantastic Floating HomeTom's Fantastic Floating Home

The series follows Tom Lawton as he transforms a derelict old boat into a fantastic and magical floating home, filled with different practical inventions.


DistractionDistraction

Distraction is a British game show shown on Channel 4 and E4 in the United Kingdom. Presented by comedian Jimmy Carr, the show involves contestants answering questions, while being distracted in various bizarre, painful and humiliating ways.