Olivia Judson plays Dr. Tatiana - the celebrated Agony Aunt for the Animal Kingdom in the world's first science musical. Based on her award-winning, best-selling book, the series explores a breathtaking variety of truly bizarre animal mating rituals and habits. The result is the most insightful and hugely entertaining series about natural history you will ever see.
Set in the offices of 'Globelink News', a fictional TV news company. It tried to match news events in the programme with what was in the news at that time.
What is life really like for today's students and teachers? This series has unprecedented access to an English secondary school to follow a group of GCSE students, and the staff who teach them, as they face the most important year in their education.
Passmores School in Harlow, Essex, is a successful school in a challenging area. Under headteacher Vic Goddard, it's been awarded Academy status and is rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted.
The school has been rigged with 65 fixed cameras - from the corridors to the canteen, and from the headteacher's office to the detention hall - to reveal every detail of daily life.
The compelling story of two of England's most striking monarchs: Edward VI and Queen Mary. Written and presented by Dr David Starkey, this is the compelling story of two of England's most striking monarchs: a brother and sister, tied by blood and affection, and torn apart by religion, power, and some of the bloodiest episodes in English history.
An Edwardian Country House in Scotland is to be brought back to life. One family will take on the mantle of privilege and 12 individuals the yoke of service. For the next three months they've volunteered to immerse themselves in a world of social inequality and rigid class distinctions as they move through time from 1905 to 1914.
Everything is quintessentially British: a magnificent house and boating lake, model dairy and tea room, croquet and tennis in the garden, a stable full of horses and carriages - and a group of people utterly divided and ruled by class.
Documentary series on the world of Elizabeth I, presented by historian Dr David Starkey. The story of the woman who reigned for forty years, Queen Elizabeth I. From a childhood filled with death threats and a father who eventually had her mother killed, she survived to make England a power to be reckoned with and took on the might of the Spanish Armada.
Emmy®-winner Helen Mirren and Oscar®-winner Jeremy Irons star in Elizabeth I, a two-part HBO Films miniseries event that explores the intersection of the private and public life of Elizabeth I (Mirren) in the latter half of her reign, offering a personal look at her allies, her enemies and her suitors as she struggled to survive in a male-dominated world. Part 1 explores the middle-aged Elizabeth's tempestuous relationship with the Earl of Leicester (Irons) as it survives a French suitor, war, treason, and illness. Part 2 follows Elizabeth through her later years, during which she had an equally passionate affair with the young, ambitious Earl of Essex (Hugh Dancy), who had been raised, ironically, by his stepfather Leicester.
Elizabeth I sheds light on both the personal and public sid...
Channel 4 in the United Kingdom hosts the television show, Embarrassing Bodies. There's also a website providing health information that is detailed, audacious, graphic, and absolutely engaging.
On it, you'll see close-ups of breasts, testicles, vulvae, and most other body parts in Grey's Anatomy that are suitable for self-examination.
The show launched in April 2008 and was watched by over 12 million people. Since there, Embarrassing Bodies has seen countless downloads of health videos, page views on every topic of consumer health care,
The website houses self-check videos that help people learn about conditions from A to Z (er, zed), from "acne" to "zits," from the esoteric xanthelasma (cholesterol deposits underneath the skin under the eyes) to the more common genital herpes (bot...
The hit medical series goes large as Drs Christian, Dawn and Pixie shine a light on the nation's fat underbelly with an incredible 27.5 million Brits currently either overweight or obese.
The doctors welcome the dangerously obese into their clinic and help with the embarrassing problems caused by their weight: from erectile dysfunction and massive hernias, through to sagging skin and hidden genitals.