Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor

Dr George McGavin investigates the highly varied and dramatic life of oak tree. Part science documentary, part historical investigation, this film is a celebration of one of the most iconic trees in the British countryside. It aims to give viewers a sense of what an extraordinary species the oak is and provide an insight into how this venerable tree experiences life.


Filmed over a year, George uncovers the extraordinary transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons.
In autumn, George goes underground, digging below an oak tree to see how its roots extract precious resource form the soil. And he sees why the oak's super-strong wood made it the perfect material for building some the most famous ships in naval history, including Nelson's flagship The Victory.
In winter, George discovers the sophisticated strategies the tree uses to survive gales and bitter frosts. He finds out about the oak's vital role in architecture, showing how some very familiar sights such as the tower of Salisbury Cathedral are in fact giant oak structures.
In spring, George investigates how the oak procreates, spreading its pollen through the countryside. He discovers the incredibly sophisticated strategies it uses to withstand savage onslaughts from predators hell-bent on eating it alive.
In summer, George uses a high-powered microscope to see the hundreds of species that regard the oak as their home. Humans too rely on the oak for their own form of 'sustenance'. Whisky gets its unique flavours from the oak wood barrels in which it's matured.

Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor
Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor

Great British Garden Revival ep.7 - Ponds and Stumperies

Charlie Dimmock campaigns to put ponds back in gardens. She finds out the importance of ponds for wildlife and takes the plunge in a new style of water gardening - the swimming pond. Charlie also finds out how a community in east Yorkshire has come together to breathe new life into their village pond. The lakes, small ponds and water features of Nottingham Trent University are the starting point for her revival, and Charlie gives her step-by-step guide to building a wildlife pond and bog garden, from the initial design stage right through to planting up.


Chris Beardshaw wants to return a Victorian curiosity, the stumpery, to our gardens. Similar to rock gardens but created from upturned tree stumps, logs and roots, stumperies were created to display the spoils of intrepid Victorian plant hunters. On his revival Chris discovers how fern fever swept the nation in the 19th century. He meets a man in north Wales who is as fascinated by ferns as he is and sets off on a woodland trail to see the stumpery as nature intended. Chris bases his campaign at the most famous stumpery in the country, created by HRH the Prince of Wales, in the grounds of Highgrove House. Throughout the show, he creates his own mini stumpery using his favourite ferns to full effect and shows how to grow mushrooms on a log.

Great British Garden Revival ep.7 - Ponds and Stumperies
Great British Garden Revival ep.7 - Ponds and Stumperies

Great British Garden Revival ep.6 - Glasshouses and Shrubs

Diarmuid Gavin wants to use glasshouses to restore a sense of adventure, flair and excitement to gardens. On his campaign, he visits Wentworth Castle in Barnsley to help out with the final stages of the restoration of its elaborate Victorian glasshouse. He gives his guide to greenhouse buying and meets up with passionate allotmenteers in Nottingham who have gone one better and designed and built their own remarkable greenhouses using recycled materials. Diarmuid gives his top greenhouse growing tips, gets to grips with hothouse flowers and explores the wealth of temperate and tropical flora on display at the National Botanic Gardens in Wales.


Matt James thinks that shrubs have been overlooked and ignored for too long. He wants gardeners to rediscover and appreciate the importance of this amazing group of plants. On his journey, he visits a garden in Norfolk where shrubs are the stars of the show and inspires a group of young gardeners at Flatford Mill in Suffolk to plant shrubs in their gardens to encourage wildlife. Matt gives his beginner's guide to shrubs with the focus on colour, flower power and fragrance. And he shares his top pruning tips to help keep shrubs looking at their best year after year.
Great British Garden Revival ep.6
Great British Garden Revival ep.6

Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.2




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Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.2
Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.2

Great British Garden Revival ep.5 - Rock Gardens and Herb Gardens

In this episode, plantswoman Carol Klein shares her infectious passion for a style of gardening that she thinks is in much need of a revival - the rock garden. She tracks the history from its pinnacle during the Victorian era, visits a community in Bolton who have pulled back their local rockery from neglect and drops in on an old friend in the Midlands to find out more about this much-maligned gardening style. From her base at Edinburgh Botanic Gardens, Carol demonstrates tried and tested techniques for growing success as she shows us how to plant up a trough with some of her treasured rock garden favourites and gives advice on the best alpine bulbs for containers.


Toby Buckland is on the campaign trail for herb gardens. On his revival, he discovers how useful herbs have been throughout history, he learns that there was no such thing as a weed in Tudor times; meets a woman whose garden is overflowing with herbs we've forgotten and a botanist who grows plants to capitalise on their unique fragrances and essential oils. Toby shows us how to get the very best from fresh herbs: harvesting seeds, how to grow and care for them whether you have a garden or not and how to make the most of herbs by storing them in clever and unusual ways.
Great British Garden Revival ep.5
Great British Garden Revival ep.5


Great British Garden Revival ep.4 - Cut Flowers and Trees



Great British Garden Revival continues, as Britain's top television gardening talent inspire us to the save the nation's rich gardening heritage. In tonight's show Rachel de Thame investigates the decline of Britain's cut flower industry. At New Covent Garden she discovers that 90 per cent of our cut flowers are imported; she meets a man who has dedicated his life to growing sweet peas and joins a florist who uses some surprising flowers in the wedding bouquets she creates. Throughout the show from her base at the cutting garden of Kelmarsh Hall in Northamptonshire, Rachel gives us her tips on how to grow, cut and arrange flowers.

Great British Garden Revival ep.4
Great British Garden Revival ep.4 
Also in tonight's show, Joe Swift wants us all to get planting trees in our gardens. On his revival he visits the magnificent elm trees of Brighton, which didn't fall victim to the devastating Dutch elm disease as it ravaged Britain in the 1970s, and he marvels at the national collection of birch trees in Devon, the lifelong work of one man. Based at Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Joe shows us some of his favourite trees for small gardens and also gives us his top tips on how to plant and prune trees.



Great British Garden Revival ep.3 - Cottage Gardens and House Plants

As a passionate plantswoman, Carol Klein wants everyone to embrace one of the most iconic and quintessentially British styles of gardening - the cottage garden. She shares her years of experience with her ultimate guide to the best cottage garden plants, along with money-saving tips on how to grow favourite plants from scratch. In the Lake District, she visits the home of Beatrix Potter and a cottage garden which features in some of the most famous children's books ever written. She also encourages the people of Nantwich to get gardening in the Great British Seed Swap.


As a plant hunter, Tom Hart Dyke wants Britain to fall back in love with the house plant. He has a chilling encounter with an orchid he last saw when he was kidnapped in Columbia 13 years ago, discovers that house plants can have a positive impact on people's well-being and productivity at work and shares tips on how to care for house plants and grow them from cuttings.

Great British Garden Revival ep.3
Great British Garden Revival ep.3


Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.1

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Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.1
Rick Stein's Road To Mexico ep.1

Great British Garden Revival ep.2 - Topiary and Roof Gardens

Rachel De Thame sharpens her shears to champion topiary, the great tradition of trimming and shaping plants. Rachel charts the rise and fall of topiary from Elizabethan times to the present day, meets a topiary-obsessed woman in Kent who has transformed her entire garden using amazing topiary creations and witnesses the hedge handiwork of a man in north London who is causing a buzz in the local neighbourhood with his living sculptures. Rachel shows that, with a little know-how and confidence, everyone can share in the sense of fun that topiary can bring to Britain's gardens.


James Wong, meanwhile, is up on the roof. He uncovers the hidden horticultural past of the capital's rooftops, visits a woman who has moved her entire garden to her rooftop apartment and heads to Birmingham's new city centre library with an innovative rooftop addition. James shares his tips and shows us that, when it comes to roof gardens, containers are king. He also reveals the best plants that are ideally suited to a rooftop garden.

Great British Garden Revival ep.2
Great British Garden Revival ep.2

Great British Garden Revival ep.1 - Wild Flowers and Front Gardens

Monty Don is on the campaign trail for wild flowers. 98 per cent of wild flower meadows have been lost since the first part of the 20th century, a shocking statistic which he believes all gardeners can do something about. On his revival, he tries his hand at making hay the old-fashioned way in a coronation meadow, visits the largest biodiversity hotspot in the world - Kew's Millennium Seed Bank - and shows how to grow wild flowers, even without a garden.


Meanwhile, Joe Swift is determined to return the nation's front gardens to their former glory. He bases his campaign at the award-winning Rockcliffe Avenue in Whitley Bay and shares his tips on how to transform front gardens in a few simple steps. He also discovers that greener streets reduce pollution and hits the road to get the message across in his Great British Plant Giveaway.

Great British Garden Revival ep.1
Great British Garden Revival ep.1 

The Autistic Gardener ep.7

London



Alan looks to Texas and a jumbo jet for inspiration, as he helps two London couples turn their adjoining back gardens into one massive playground for their sons.



Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.

The Autistic Gardener ep.7
The Autistic Gardener ep.7


Gardening Australia ep.36 2017



Costa restores the herb maze on his verge garden; Sophie visits a beautiful Mediterranean garden perfectly suited to the local climate; Jerry propagates plants & Tino gives his best tips for growing tomatoes.



Gardening Australia provides practical, realistic and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining gardeners around the world.


1. Tomato Tips and Tricks

It’s tomato time in Tasmania and Tino is sharing his best tips for growing a bumper harvest

2. The Trucculent

Millie makes up an unusual planter

3. Old Meets New

Sophie visits a gardener with a modern Mediterranean garden that compliments the hundred-year-old house beautifully

4. A-maze-ing Verge

Costa is spring cleaning the verge herb maze and with a little help from his friends, he gives the design a playful twist

5. Excess Produce - Fruit Roll-ups

We make a sweet treat from excess fruit

6. Troppo Proppo

Jerry is propagating interesting warm-climate plants .

Gardening Australia ep.36 2017
Gardening Australia ep.36 2017

A Year in an English Garden: Flicker & Pulse



A striking and poignant portrayal of time passing in a beautiful Sussex walled garden. Using real-time and time-lapse footage, the film explores the relationship between the seasons and the plants and people who work within the walls of the garden.


Locked into the clock of the solar system, the garden performs its annual display, guided by those passionately engaged with its soil.

A Year in an English Garden: Flicker & Pulse
A Year in an English Garden: Flicker & Pulse

The Autistic Gardener ep.6

Bristol



Alan's in Bristol with £15,000 to restore some order to Ig and Jo's 100 foot garden, that is currently overflowing with weeds and junk. He also visits the Getty gardens in LA.



Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.

The Autistic Gardener ep.6
The Autistic Gardener ep.6

Nigella: At My Table ep.1

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Nigella: At My Table ep.1
Nigella: At My Table ep.1

The Autistic Gardener ep.5

Lancashire



Alan Gardner has £10,000 to transform Pinky and Joe's awkward triangular garden



Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.

The Autistic Gardener ep.5
The Autistic Gardener ep.5

Gardening Australia ep.35 2017

Gardening Australia provides practical, realistic and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining gardeners around the world.



Costa meets an urban bee keeper; Jerry visits an aquatic plant nursery; Jane visits a garden designer in her eclectic garden, we meet a market gardener who loves his work and the presenters answer your questions.


1. What's the Buzz

Costa meets up with an urban bee keeper

2. Good Enough to Eat

Jerry takes a look at some edible aquatic plants that can be grown at home

3. Watery Wonders

Jerry visits a specialist aquatic plant nursery

4. FAQs - Smelly Compost | Passionfruit Fruit | Non-fruiting Zucchini

Sophie, Josh and Tino answer commonly asked gardening questions

5. A Malmsbury Garden

Jane visits an eclectic plant-filled country garden, designed to thrive in the local climate.

Gardening Australia ep.35 2017
Gardening Australia ep.35 2017

Gardeners' World ep.31 2017


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Frances Tophill helps a viewer whose overgrown pond needs some renovation, Adam Frost visits a garden in Nottinghamshire where the season of winter highlights its design, and we celebrate one of the up-and-coming winter flowers, the snowdrop. We visit great grandmother Eunice Mcghie, who, at 83, still teaches gardening to young people in her back garden in Handsworth, Birmingham, while in Hampshire we meet twins Stuart and Ian Paton, who are hoping to break the world record this year with their giant pumpkin.


The Autistic Gardener ep.4

North East London




Alan and the team tackle a dated plot in north east London, hoping to make a modern garden for just £5,000. But it starts raining and won't stop. Will it scupper their plans?


Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.

The Autistic Gardener ep.4
The Autistic Gardener ep.4

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.8

Sausage Carbonara & One-Pot Thai Chicken




On the menu this time, a stress-free sausage carbonara, a spicy one-pot Thai red chicken soup, scrambled egg omelette, and steamed pudding.


Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.8
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.8

The Autistic Gardener ep.3

South London




Alan and his team take on their biggest garden yet: a 95-foot jungle in south London, where they decide to create a sound garden. Do the clients get what they're trying to achieve?


Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.

The Autistic Gardener ep.3
The Autistic Gardener ep.3

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.7

Chicken, Salad, Pasta, Shortbread




Jamie cooks a tasty tikka roast chicken; a vibrant carrot and grain salad; a super-speedy crab spaghetti; and his own chocolate orange shortbread.


Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients.These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.7
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.7

Gardening Australia ep.34 2017




Sophie and Costa help restore a piece of the NT; Josh visits a playground that was built in harmony with existing trees; Tino is visiting a spectacular rhododendron garden and Millie propagates plants from her kitchen.


1. Blooming Shade

Jerry visits a spectacular garden where beautiful flowers even bloom in the shade

2. Pangarinda

Sophie explores a native botanic garden for threatened species that’s run entirely by volunteers

3. What to do this Weekend

Find out what the presenters are doing in their gardens this weekend

4. Feathered Friends

Costa visits an aged-care facility where the chooks improve the well-being of the residents

5. Excess Produce - Fruit Smoothie

Here's a great way to use up your excess fruit

6. Poo Power

Tino gives The Patch a healthy dose of manure

Gardening Australia ep.34 2017
Gardening Australia ep.34 2017

The Autistic Gardener ep.2

West London


Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.



Alan and his team of autistic gardeners go to west London, where they tackle a small garden with a big problem - with only one week and a tight budget to make the plot look larger

The Autistic Gardener ep.2
The Autistic Gardener ep.2

Gardeners' World ep.30 2017

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Carol Klein celebrates ornamental grasses as her plant of the month, Adam Frost travels to Peterborough to find out about the work of a Children in Need project for disadvantaged and vulnerable children and Nick Bailey gives a step-by-step guide on how to build a cold-frame for a budget price. We visit Mark Diacono in Devon, who shows us how to grow our own szechuan pepper, and we go to Surrey to talk to an enthusiast who grows thousands of South African succulents in his back garden in Surrey.

Gardeners' World ep.30 2017
Gardeners' World ep.30 2017

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.6

Pork Burger, Mango Prawns, Rustic Gnocchi


Jamie makes a crazy good pork burger, sticky mango prawns, rustic gnocchi and frozen banoffee cheesecake.


Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.6
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.6

The Autistic Gardener ep.1

Ashbourne, Derbyshire


Convinced he's not the only autistic gardening genius out there, Alan gathers together a team of autists to take on some challenging projects.


Alan and the team tackle Ben and Rebecca's overgrown wilderness. What the couple really want is a family garden that's low maintenance and fun. But is a budget of £3000 enough to get the job done?

The Autistic Gardener ep.1
The Autistic Gardener ep.1


Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.5

Beef, Crispy Squid, Polenta Cake



 Jamie makes high-speed ginger shakin' beef, crispy squid and smashed avocado, pork and mash gratin, and almond, orange and polenta cake
 Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.5
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.5

Love Your Wild Garden: Special

In a special episode of Love Your Garden, Alan Titchmarsh and his team transform a blank outside space at Keech hospice in Luton into a state of the art wildlife garden.


 Alan meets the staff and residents at Keech, a place where many people with life limiting illnesses go to spend their final days. He realizes how much a garden, and in particular a place for nature, could make a difference.
 Assembling his trusty team, he designs a space that's modern in style to compliment Keech's modern architecture. They build insect hotels made from giant circular steel gabions that are filled with organic matter, a "bird city" made up of freestanding tables, a pond, a stunning stumpery and an apartment block for solitary bees.
 Installing cameras that are linked to a room inside the hospice, Alan and his team check the progress of the garden over the year but not all goes to plan, especially when a local set of badgers move in.

Love Your Wild Garden: Special
Love Your Wild Garden: Special

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.4

Lamb, Spaghetti, Apple Cookies



Jamie Oliver cooks up a tender lamb shoulder - an epic sharing feast that's super-quick to prep. There's also super green spaghetti; one-pan fabulous fish; and apple crumble cookies. If you think you haven't got time to cook, think again.
 Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.4
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.4

Gardening Australia ep.33 2017

Costa visits an aged-care facility where chooks improve the well-being of the residents; Jerry visits a spectacular garden where flowers even bloom in the shade; Sophie explores a native botanic garden for threatened species.


1. Blooming Shade

Jerry visits a spectacular garden where beautiful flowers even bloom in the shade

2. Pangarinda

Sophie explores a native botanic garden for threatened species that’s run entirely by volunteers

3. What to do this Weekend

Find out what the presenters are doing in their gardens this weekend

4. Feathered Friends

Costa visits an aged-care facility where the chooks improve the well-being of the residents

5. Excess Produce - Fruit Smoothie

Here's a great way to use up your excess fruit

6. Poo Power

Tino gives The Patch a healthy dose of manure

Gardening Australia ep.33 2017
Gardening Australia ep.33 2017

Gardeners' World ep.29 2017

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 Frances Tophill meets a couple who have filled their garden with tender plants and devised a meticulous method of protecting them over the winter, and we catch up with Adam Frost in his own garden when he gives design tips on placing and planting trees. Nick Bailey explores a myriad of colour in leaf, bark and berry when he travels to Bluebell Arboretum in Leicestershire, and Arit Anderson is in Yorkshire, where she finds out about a project using innovative techniques for producing food. We also visit Warwickshire to look at their collection of hardy chrysanthemums and to see how they can bring much-needed late colour into our gardens.

Gardeners' World ep.29 2017
Gardeners' World ep.29 2017

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.3

Chops, Linguine, Fishcakes


  This time, Jamie Oliver is making quick Asian fishcakes, with a brilliant tip for a sweet and spicy glaze. There's also a speedy lemony courgette linguine; and sticky lamb chops as a knockout single-pan dish. And for dessert, Jamie makes a super-charged cherry chocolate mousse.
  Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.3
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.3

The Beechgrove Garden ep.26 2017


  It's the final programme of the Beechgrove series, and Jim, Carole, George, Chris and Brian are all battening down the hatches, preparing the garden for winter but with a barrowload of hopeful hints to anticipate spring.
  Jim and Carole have succumbed to a little tulip fever as they go a little crazy with bulbs, planting in containers, in spring displays and naturalising in the lawn. Sandy has a lifetime of experience to impart from how to keep tartan patterns on the lawn, through to keeping your shrubs in beautiful shape.
The Beechgrove Garden ep.26 2017
The Beechgrove Garden ep.26 2017

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.2

Tuna, Meatballs, Cookies



 With four mouth-watering recipes in each show, this week Jamie's cooking up his snappy Sesame Seared Tuna - a delicious meal in minutes, and Messy Meatball Buns - feel good family food that's fast and loaded with flavour, followed by his irresistibly gooey Chocolate Rye Cookies. To top it all off, hearty Chicken Pot Pie, a comforting classic with a quick and easy hack for the perfect crispy crust.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.2
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.2

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.1

Jamie's Quick and Easy Food is the brand new series from Jamie Oliver, providing the ultimate set of go-to recipes for quick and easy-to-remember cooking. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a stunning collection of tasty dishes using just five ingredients. These stress-free recipes are perfect for busy days and for people who love their grub, but don't have the time or energy for complicated cooking. There are four mouth-watering recipes per show.

Scallops, Steak, Flat Breads



On the menu this time are super sizzling seared scallops with black pudding and speedy mashed spuds with peas. There's also Jamie's egg and mango chutney flatbreads; rib-eye steak; and Jamie's almond pastry puff - a pud that makes baking a breeze. If you think you haven't got time to cook - think again.
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.1
Jamie's Quick and Easy Food ep.1


Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 6



 When 39-year-old Durham dad Philip Hunter discovered he had terminal cancer, he got in touch with Alan Titchmarsh and his team to build a special garden for him, his wife Sam and two boys, Ethan and Josh to enjoy in his final years. However, when tragedy strikes earlier than expected, Alan and his colleagues do their best to create the garden Philip would have wanted. By using some clever design, the team fills the modestly sized plot with elegant features and details, but will the family like the result?
Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 6
Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 6

Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 6



Alan Titchmarsh and his team visit Eastleigh, near Southampton, to transform an uneven patch of lawn into a cruise ship-inspired pleasure garden complete with a patio shaped like the prow of a boat. The project is intended as a `thank-you' to paediatric nurse Rosie Mitchell, whose nominees claim she has gone above and beyond the call of duty for 30 years in support of her young patients.

Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 6
Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 6

Gardening Australia ep.32 2017

Jane visits a gardening club that works with the local primary school; Jerry explores the wonderful world of euphorbias; Millie finds out how to raise the perfect seedling and we meet a nurseryman who restores wetlands.


1. Euphorbia Euphoria

Jerry explores the exciting world of euphorbias, a family that includes plants of all sorts of shapes and sizes

2. Plant Profile - Kalbarri beaufortia

Discover this native beauty from WA

3. Pot Size Matters

Costa shows why it's important to pick the right sized pot for your plant

4. Growing Together

Jane visits a long-running gardening club that works with students at the local primary school

5. FAQs - Secateurs | Aged Manure | Composting wood ash

The Gardening Australia presenters answer your frequently asked gardening questions

6. Bringing up Babies

Millie visits an historical nursery to find out what it takes to raise the perfect seedling.

Gardening Australia ep.32 2017
Gardening Australia ep.32 2017

Gardeners' World ep.28 2017

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Frances Tophill helps a gardener whose plants are not thriving where they are planted, and Joe Swift visits a small garden full of great design tips. Nick Bailey meets a soil zoologist to find out about the abundance of life which lives under our feet, Adam Frost is on a community allotment in Manchester where growing food is providing solace and support to refugees, and we travel to Staffordshire to visit a cottage garden which has been planted with a particular emphasis on colour.

Gardeners' World ep.28 2017
Gardeners' World ep.28 2017

The Beechgrove Garden ep.25 2017

Scotland's favourite gardening programme.


 This week, the whole Beechgrove team head to what has been Jim McColl's adopted home for the last 40 years, the Aberdeenshire town of Oldmeldrum, for the penultimate programme of the series. Jim takes us on a tour of the horticultural highlights of the area, including visiting the magnificent Haddo House, whose gardens have been recently restored to their 1830 heyday. Haddo House is also the venue for a Beechgrove question-and-answer session, where Jim, Carole, George and Brian attempt to answer some of the local gardening queries from the gardeners of Meldrum as it is affectionately called.

The Beechgrove Garden ep.25 2017
The Beechgrove Garden ep.25 2017

Love Your Garden Ep.4 - Series 6



 Alan Titchmarsh and the team head to Bolton to surprise a 39-year-old RSPCA officer and turn her wasteland of a garden into a spectacular animal-friendly haven. Owner Caroline Hall suffered a near-fatal spinal stroke which turned her life upside down, and her once-beloved garden has become an inaccessible wilderness, but with a clever design and some top tips, the team create an area that Caroline is not only free to move around in, but one she absolutely falls in love with.

Love Your Garden Ep.4 - Series 6
Love Your Garden Ep.4 - Series 6

Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.4 Everyday Easy

Lorraine Pascale creates amazing food, completely from scratch, in superquick time.


 In today's hectic world, the idea of cooking dinner without resorting to a packet or a jar might fill many of us with dread, but Lorraine's no-nonsense approach provides accessible solutions for every occasion. Lorraine shows just how easy it is to prepare delicious food, no matter how much time we have, with an array of spectacular starters, mains, desserts and of course her signature bakes for all occasions.
Lorraine turns her attention to those quick-fix meals that need to fit into everyday life. Her fast, easy ideas are perfect simple sharing dishes and fast family favourites that will make everyday cooking easy.
Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.4 Everyday Easy
Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.4 Everyday Easy

Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.3 Posh Nosh

Lorraine Pascale creates amazing food, completely from scratch, in super quick time.


In today's hectic world, the idea of cooking dinner without resorting to a packet or a jar might fill many of us with dread, but Lorraine's no-nonsense approach provides accessible solutions for every occasion. Lorraine shows just how easy it is to prepare delicious food, no matter how much time we have, with an array of spectacular starters, mains, desserts and of course her signature bakes for all occasions. Lorraine turns her attention to some seriously posh nosh that's guaranteed to impress, and won't leave you slaving away in the kitchen for days in advance.

Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.3 Posh Nosh
Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.3 Posh Nosh

Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 6

Alan and his team visit Canterbury to help Gurkha Hari Budha Magar, who lost the use of both his legs in Afghanistan in an IED incident. Though Hari thinks nothing of going out of his way to help others, his own garden is a challenge he has to yet to overcome, so the team transform his overlooked plot into a colourful private sanctuary, and there is a surprise appearance by Joanna Lumley.


Love Your Garden - with Alan Titchmarsh follows the writer, broadcaster and TV personality as he travels the country with a team of esteemed experts to find some of Britain's most beautiful domestic gardens and show viewers how to recreate the look themselves - with minimum fuss.

Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 6
Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 6


Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.2 Simple Classics

Lorraine Pascale creates amazing food, completely from scratch, in superquick time.


In today's hectic world, the idea of cooking dinner without resorting to a packet or a jar might fill many of us with dread, but Lorraine's no-nonsense approach provides accessible solutions for every occasion. Lorraine shows just how easy it is to prepare delicious food, no matter how much time we have, with an array of spectacular starters, mains, desserts and of course her signature bakes for all occasions.

Lorraine turns her attention to some of her favourite kitchen classics. She puts a tasty twist on each of them, making them even more delicious to eat and even easier to prepare. Her fresh and fast ideas will help you create classic dishes with minimum effort.

Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.2 Simple Classics
Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.2 

Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.1 Baking it

Lorraine Pascale creates amazing food, completely from scratch, in super quick time.


In today's hectic world, the idea of cooking dinner without resorting to a packet or a jar might fill many of us with dread, but Lorraine's no-nonsense approach provides accessible solutions for every occasion. Lorraine shows just how easy it is to prepare delicious food, no matter how much time we have, with an array of spectacular starters, mains, desserts and of course her signature bakes for all occasions.

Lorraine indulges in her passion for baking and shows us some quick and simple fuss-free ideas, including a slow-baked leg of lamb, a beautiful crusty loaf and some show-stopping strawberry cakes.
Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food ep.1 Baking it

Gardening Australia ep.31 2017

Costa discovers a city oasis; Jane visits a spectacular garden in a harsh climate; Tino is planting natives in The Patch and Sophie visits a gardener raising endangered species in his back garden.


1. Wipeout Wasp

Jerry tells us about the cabbage white butterfly parasite

2. A Hidden Gem

Costa discovers a vibrant oasis filled with lush trees and leafy understorey created from a road closure in inner Sydney

3. What's Your Poison

Millie talks about poisonous plants

4. A Passion for Propagation

Sophie gets native plant advice from a conservationist who propagates endangered species in his back garden

5. A Lush Oasis

Jane meets a gardener who has created a spectacular plant-filled garden in an unforgiving, inland climate

6. Tassie Tucker

Tino supplements the seasonal offerings at the patch by planting a range of true-blue edible Tassie plants


Gardeners' World ep.27 2017

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  Frances Tophill visits a viewer's garden to give advice on how to prune unruly shrubs and Nick Bailey investigates a brand new way of combating Himalayan balsam, one of the UK's most invasive weed species. Stourhead in autumn is a horticultural highlight of the year and Alan Power gives us a behind-the-scenes tour while Arit Anderson travels to Yorkshire to find out how scientific research has uncovered the super powers of plants, and we meet a gardener who has dedicated his allotment to growing his own beer.

Gardeners' World ep.27 2017
Gardeners' World ep.27 2017


The Beechgrove Garden ep.24 2017

  The Beechgrove Garden is a blaze of early autumn colour and Jim and Carole show off some of the very best for this time of year from dahlias to hydrangeas. Scone Palace Gardens are overrun with rabbits and deer.


  At the start of the series, we saw head gardener Brian Cunningham setting up an observation to see what methods, if any, work to deter them and to find out if there really are rabbit-proof plants. Brian pulls a rabbit out of a hat with some surprising results.