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The Gruen Transfer

Analysis of TV adverts and other media advertising by a guest panel that works within the industry, with an eye on both the excesses and effectiveness of advertising. Additional segment each week involves advertising companies creating adverts to "sell the unsellable" based on a chosen theme.


The Hotel Inspector

The show sees Ruth Watson and Alex Polizzi offering help and advise to different hotel owners on how to turn around the fortunes of there ailing establishments.


Antiques Roadshow

Hosted by Fiona Bruce, this show is a roadshow of antiques experts who value heirlooms and antiques that members of the public bring in. The objects range from £10 books to thousands of pounds worth of paintings. The show has been running for decades and many people have been shocked by the worth of objects they thought were worthless.


Ultimate Airport Dubai

A look behind the scenes at Dubai's International Airport - the biggest in the world.


Question Time

A show where members of the public ask a panel, consisting of MPs, celebrities and industry experts, questions on a variety of current affairs topics.


Watchdog
BBC One,

2011

| Financial/Business
Rating: 5/5

Watchdog tackles viewers consumer issues and problems head on, whether it's taking it direct to a company or contacting someone who can solve the problem. Since 2009, BBC show Rogue Traders has been incorporated into a newly formatted hour long show.


Extreme Cheapskates

Some people like to save, others are penny-pinchers, but cheapskates are in a class all by themselves. Follow the story of some of these extremely "frugal" persons.


The Pitch

"The Pitch" offers viewers an intense, gripping, never-before-seen glimpse inside America's top ad agencies. Each week watch two agencies as they compete to win a new client the only way they can: by going head-to-head in a cut-throat, winner-takes-all showdown, a presentation known as The Pitch.


Junior Apprentice

The show sees Sir Alan Sugar setting out to find his first junior apprentice. The teens are put through their paces each week with one of them eliminated until the series champion is crowned.


The Celebrity Apprentice Australia

Twelve celebrities battle it out to be Australia's first ever celebrity apprentice. Among them: AFL footballer Shane Crawford, beauty queen Jesinta Campbell, NRL footballer Wendell Sailor, celebrity agent Max Markson, and Polly from The Block. Presiding over them is successful entrepreneur Mark Bouris, who will dish out business assignments to each team, with the losing team summoned to the boardroom where one of them will be fired.


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