Read more about the article Garden of the Year episode 3
Garden of the Year episode 3

Garden of the Year episode 3

Garden of the Year episode 3: Zoe Ball, Manoj Malde and Lachlan Rae size up the contenders from central England and the Midlands, looking at plots in Cambridgeshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Walsall.       An exploration of some of the best and most surprising home gardens in the UK, with only one being crowned Garden of the Year by the judges - broadcaster and garden enthusiast Zoe Ball, award-winning garden designer Manoj Malde, and former young horticulturalists of the…

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Read more about the article The Incredible Science of Temperature episode 1
The Incredible Science of Temperature episode 1
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The Incredible Science of Temperature episode 1

The Incredible Science of Temperature episode 1 - Frozen Solid : Dr Helen Czerski discovers how cold has shaped our planet, and how pushing the limits of cold has unlocked new technologies, from superconductors to quantum computing.       Everything around us - from the tiniest insect on Earth to the most distant stars of the cosmos - exists somewhere on a vast scale from cold to hot. In this series, physicist Dr Helen Czerski explores the extraordinary science…

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Read more about the article Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire episode 6
Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire episode 6
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Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire episode 6

Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire episode 6: How did a weak emperor turn on his allies and bring about the collapse of the empire? In AD 410, the Goth hordes sacked the city. This event symbolised Rome's collapse, but it should never have happened at all.       Dramatic reconstructions and computer graphics tell the story of ancient Rome. Turning points in ancient Roman history and some of the Empire's greatest stories are brought to…

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Read more about the article Gardening Australia episode 24 2022
Gardening Australia episode 24 2022

Gardening Australia episode 24 2022

Gardening Australia episode 24 2022: Tino tours a home centred around courtyards; Jane focuses on ferns; Josh trellises citrus trees; Clarence learns about testing plants in public space; Jerry shares water management tips; Sophie visits a productive urban farm.     Inspiring, entertaining and full of practical advice, join Costa Georgiadis and the team as they unearth gardening ideas, meet avid gardeners and look at some of the most inspiring gardens from across the country.   Gardening Australia episode 24…

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Read more about the article Countryfile – Quantocks
Countryfile - Quantocks

Countryfile – Quantocks

Countryfile - Quantocks: Margherita Taylor is in the Quantock Hills to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, one of the leading lights of the Romantic movement that took its inspiration from the beauty of the British landscape. The Quantocks were a huge influence on Coleridge, who was an inveterate walker in the area when he was living here in Somerset, and Margherita joins some young people to put quill to paper.      …

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