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Freefonix

June 11, 2018

Freefonix is a British CGI animated television series about the adventures of fictional band of the same name.

The series launched on 4 January 2008 and aired on children channel CBBC's on their daily segment on BBC One for thirteen weeks. The rest of the series, which consists of 40 x 24 minute episodes, along with the first thirteen, broadcast over the winter period on weekends on CBBC from 8 December 2008 into the January of 2009.

Supernatural

June 11, 1977

Anthology series in which a prospective “Club of the Damned” member is required to tell a horror story, their application for membership being judged on how frightening it was.

Hole in the Wall

September 20, 2008

Hole in the Wall was a game show that aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom. This game was an adaptation of the Japanese game Brain Wall in which, players must contort themselves to fit through cutout holes of varying shapes in a large polystyrene wall moving towards them as they stand in front of a swimming pool. Each week, two teams of television personalities compete for £10,000 in prize money to be donated to their chosen charity.

Dale Winton served as the original host while Strictly Come Dancing ballroom dancer Anton du Beke and former international cricketer Darren Gough were the team captains for the first series. Additionally, Jonathan Pearce comments on the replays and Peter Dickson provides the opening voice-over. The wall is activated by the presenter shouting Bring on the wall!.

On 3 July 2008, the BBC announced that the show had been commissioned for BBC One. A second series was confirmed, with Anton du Beke giving up his captain role to take over from Dale Winton as host, and new team captains in the shape of former rugby player Austin Healey and actor Joe Swash. Anton du Beke has announced he may be a guest as well as hosting on the last show of the series.

Some of the finest seafood in the world swims around the coastline of the British Isles. This eight-part series is a romantic and magical journey through the cuisine and heritage of Britain’s shores, from the north of Scotland, through Wales and the west coast of Ireland, down to Dorset and Cornwall.

Japan with Sue Perkins

September 18, 2019

Sue Perkins takes a trip around Japan.

Wallace and Gromit

November 9, 1989

Wallace and Gromit are the main characters in a series of four British animated short films, several series of short interstitials, and a feature-length film by Nick Park of Aardman Animations. All the characters were made from moulded plasticine modelling clay on metal armatures, and filmed with stop motion clay animation. Wallace, an absent-minded inventor from Wigan, Lancashire, is a cheese enthusiast (especially for Wensleydale cheese). His companion, Gromit, appears to be rather more intelligent than his master. Wallace is voiced by veteran actor Peter Sallis; Gromit remains silent, communicating only through facial expressions and body language.

Tracey Breaks the News

October 27, 2017

Tracey Ullman and her cast of characters take on the news.

Predators

May 4, 2000

Using the latest technology, Predators looks at the ways in which animals catch their prey.

Pleasure Beach

January 1, 1998

Filmed on location in 1997 at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the show was a six-part BBC documentary, which followed the day-to-day running of the park. It was mainly focused on the rides and the park managers, Jim Rowland and Keith Allen. The film crews also spoke to Geoffrey Thompson and Amanda Thompson, the director and producer of Stageworks Worldwide Productions (which directs, produces and choreographs the shows within the park.)

Civvies

February 20, 1991

Former soldiers in Britain's elite Parachute Regiment struggle to come to terms with civilian life after leaving the army.

Based on the week’s news and fronted by guest hosts, this extended version of the satirical news quiz features more of the stuff that wouldn't fit into the regular programme.

The Debt

August 31, 2003

Geoff Dresner is a retired safe-breaker who's turned his back on crime to make an honest living as a baker. But his past comes back to haunt him when he's forced to take on one more job in order to help his family.

In Deep

February 19, 2001

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Spyship

November 9, 1983

When an ordinary British fishing vessel and its 36-man crew mysteriously disappears off the coast of Norway, journalist Martin Taylor is determined to find out why.

Richard Hammond travels the globe to discover the unexplained and the unexpected, the unbelievable and the just plain unlikely, in an attempt to reveal the hidden world of weather.

S Club 7

April 8, 1999

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Pete and Dud reunite after 20 years apart to introduce a six part trip to memory lane. Of all the material from their 1965-1970 television shows which had not been wiped by the British Broadcasting Corporation, the two of them selected their favourite sketches and routines to be broadcast once more for the benefit of an entirely new generation.

Love Hurts

January 3, 1992

Love Hurts is a British comedy-drama series that was broadcast from 3 January 1992 to 18 March 1994 on BBC1. It was scripted by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran and starred Adam Faith, Zoë Wanamaker and Jane Lapotaire as Frank Carver, Tessa Piggott and Diane Warburg, respectively.

Football Focus is a BBC television show, broadcast on BBC One on Saturday lunchtimes, covering football, presented from the 2009/2010 season by Dan Walker. The programme is broadcast from MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater Manchester.

The programme previously formed part of the Grandstand programme but has since August 2001 been considered a show in its own right. Prior to the launch of Match of the Day 2, it was often the first chance for viewers to see analysis of the Sunday and Monday Premier League games. The programme is now a weekly magazine, with reports from across the country at all levels of English and Scottish football. It previews the weekend's fixtures and provides updates from the early Premier League game. Since BBC have the rights to Premier League highlights, Football Focus also shows the key moments from the midweek matches. A version of the programme which looks at world football airs on BBC World News.

The theme song for the programme is different for each new season. For the 2002/03 season it was "Backaround" by Elevator Suite. The 2003/04 season featured a cover of the Stevie Nicks track "Stand Back" by Linus Loves featuring Sam Obernik. For the 2007/08 season it was "Kill The Director" by The Wombats and for the 2009/2010 season it was Jetstream by Doves, from the album Kingdom of Rust. For the 2012/13 it was "Undegpedwar" by Y Niwl from the self-titled album.

David Attenborough explores just how far climate change is altering our planet.

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