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The Life of Birds

The Life of Birds logoDavid Attenborough's epic series uncovers new research into the behaviour of these popular, perfectly adapted, skillul conquerors of the air. In this series, the secrets of birds' great successes comes to light - their remarkable strategies for finding food, their complex social systems, and their ingenious and often bizarre ways of mating and breeding. From high speed aerial hunters and long distance migrants to brilliantly coloured nectar-grazers, the comical and the bizarre, this is the definitive series on birds.

The Life of Mammals

The Life of Mammals logoDavid Attenborough's latest series, shown in November 2002 on BBC1, presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. It features many of the planet's most fascinating species, including ourselves.

The Living Planet

The Living Planet logoDavid Attenborough examines the various environments of the planet Earth on which life has produced amazing solutions to the problems it encounter while trying to survive. Filmed in 63 countries, on all 7 continents and over 3 years, this is the second part in David Attenborough's trilogy of programmes on the Earth and it's inhabitants.

The Lost Prince

The Lost Prince logoPoignant historical drama telling the story of the youngest child of George V and Queen Mary, an epileptic with learning difficulties who was unable to take part in public life. The film won a high viewing figure and much praise, was released on VHS and DVD and was repeated on BBC One in January 2004. Both Miranda Richardson and Gina McKee received Best Actress nominations at the British Academy Television Awards in April 2004. The miniseries was also nominated for BAFTA TV awards for editing (Clare Douglas), music (Adrian Johnston), and photography (Barry Ackroyd). When the production was transmitted in the United States in October 2004, it won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries in 2005. Miranda Richardson was nominated for a Golden Globe.
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The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon

The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon logoCentury-old original film canisters were rediscovered in 1994 in the basement of a shop in Blackburn, England. Dan Cruickshank narates a story of the MItchell and Kenyon company which filmed crowds of everyday people and sold admission for them to see themselves in moving pictures.

The Magician's House

The Magician's House logoWelcome to The Magician's House guide at TV Tome. Three courageous children and a sometimes wise, sometimes wrongheaded magician come together to stop the destruction by the magician's rebel apprentice-400 years in the past!

The Magicians

The Magicians logoComedian Lenny Henry presents a magic contest in which sleight-of-hand artist Chris Korn, master illusionist Luis de Matos, and conjurers Barry and Stuart pair up with celebrities and battle in front of a studio audience to prove who is the best act

The Magnificent Evans

The Magnificent Evans logoPlantagenet Evans (Ronnie Barker) is a photographer living and working in a small Welsh village. He's an egotistical, overbearing character who sees himself as more of an artist than an artisan. His long-time fiancee, Rachel (Sharon Morgan), works as his assistant, spending much of her time trying to keep his mind on his work.

The Making of Me

The Making of Me logoThree celebrities each investigate whether a particular aspects of themselves is innate at birth or acquired later in life.

The Manor Reborn

The Manor Reborn logoThe Manor Reborn will see a team of historians, experts and volunteers reinterpreting 500-year-old Avebury Manor in Wiltshire and restoring it as an immersive experience.
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