TV highlights 03/02/14

Dci Banks | Horizon: Swallowed By A Sink Hole | The Big Benefits Row: Live | Mad Dog: Gaddafi's Secret World – Storyville | Girls | Growing Up Down's | Football: Manchester City v Chelsea Dci Banks ...

Catch-up TV guide: from Dates to Glyndebourne

Dates | The Hive Cast | Rise Of The Continents | Iain Banks: Raw Spirit | Justified | Guardian Glyndebourne TV: Dates Boy meets girl doesn't always end up sunshine and kisses. At its heart, this new ...

TV highlights 19/06/2013

Rhys Jones's Wildlife Patrol | Hollywood Me | Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace | The Apprentice | Horizon – Fracking: The New Energy Rush | Quick Cuts | Justified Rhys Jones's Wildlife Patrol ...

Brian Cox: TV shows inspire a new generation of children to study science

Presenter cites television as major factor behind growth in popularity of school subjects He conquered the pop charts with 1990s band D:Ream, explained the intricacies of gravity to a confused nation ...

Volcano Live failed to set the screen on fire

The Springwatchification of factual shows means everything has to be live – but the result is less spectacular eruption, more The One Show with magma Volcano Live concluded its four-episode run last ...

TV highlights 09/07/2012

Volcano Live | Blackout | Double Cross: The True Story Of The D-Day Spies | Riots: The Aftershock | Adam Buxton's Bug | Walking And Talking Volcano Live 8pm, BBC2 Springwatch and Autumnwatch were ...

TV highlights 21/02/2012

The Brit Awards 2012 | Gok's Teens: The Naked Truth | Timothy Spall: All At Sea | Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands | How To Grow A Planet | The World Against Apartheid The Brit Awards 2012 ...

TV highlights 14/02/2012

Saving Private Ryan: The True Story | First Love | Friday Night Lights | How to Grow a Planet | Big Fat Gypsy Weddings | Frontline: My Father, My Brother and Me Saving Private Ryan: The True Story ...

It's true – there are too few women presenting science on TV | Kim Shillinglaw

Kim Shillinglaw, BBC commissioning editor for science and natural history, responds to accusations that not enough women are given the chance to present science on TV It's not often you see not one ...

'Dancing On Ice' final dazzles 8.8m

'Dancing On Ice' final dazzles 8.8m The finale of Dancing On Ice skated off with almost 9 million viewers on Sunday night, the latest audience data has revealed. Sam Attwater's victory in the ice skating competition was seen by 8.78m ...

'Dancing On Ice' final dazzles 8.7m

'Dancing On Ice' final dazzles 8.7m The finale of Dancing On Ice skated off with almost 9 million viewers on Sunday night, the latest audience data has revealed. Sam Attwater's victory in the ice skating competition was seen by 8.78m ...

Tonight's TV highlights: Human Planet | Men Of Rock | The Great Outdoors | The Brain – A Secret History | The Good Wife | Restrepo: Outpost Afghanistan

Human Planet | Men Of Rock | The Great Outdoors | The Brain – A Secret History | The Good Wife | Restrepo: Outpost Afghanistan Human Planet 8pm, BBC1 This prestigious new series looks at how people ...

TV turn-ons and turn-offs

This week's hits and misses Turn-ons Ski Sunday Auntie de-fogs continental goggles; buffs boots; sets salopettes to stun. Le bliss Iain Stewart in Men of Rock Nonpareil cagoule-user high-fives ...

TV review: Garrow's Law, Chekhov: Comedy Shorts and Making Scotland's Landscape

In this 18th-century courtroom the law is an ass. And William Garrow whups it, big time A fter becoming unwittingly hooked on period drama via Downton Abbey, I thought I'd have to go cold turkey when ...

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 2 ‘How the Earth Changed History’ DVDs From BBC, National Geographic

Chicago – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: DVD, we have 2 DVDs up for grabs to the new series “How the Earth Changed History” from BBC and National Geographic! “How the Earth ...

[DVD Review] How The Earth Changed History

How The Earth Changed History is that rarest of documentaries: it has an actual, profound thesis at its center, and it doesn’t seem to be the slightest bit aware of it. Ostensibly, this is a series ...

Weekend Shopping Guide 7/2/10: Transform & Roll Out

The weekend’s here. You’ve just been paid, and it’s burning a hole in your pocket. What’s a pop culture geek to do? In hopes of steering you in the right direction to blow some of that hard-earned ...

On Expenses and How Earth Made Us | TV review

A sombre study of corruption it wasn't, but On Expenses did rattle along nicely, says Lucy Mangan It was clear, from the opening scenes of last night's hour-long drama On Expenses (BBC4), that this ...

How Earth Made Us, Relocation, Relocation, Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape and Cowboys in India | TV reviews

Phil Hogan enjoys a whistlestop history of the western world through plate tectonics Geology may seem the slowest-moving of sciences but, as the chaos and misery in Haiti keeps reminding us, you ...

Hot Planet, Horizon: How Many People Can Live On Planet Earth? and Gossip Girl | TV review

Plastic trees could save the planet. That's bad news for woodpeckers and lumberjacks, says Sam Wollaston I've had a look at the TV listings and it gets much cheerier next week: lots of celebrity ...

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