On the surface, Britain’s 2.7 million Muslims are united in faith. But behind closed doors, in Muslim homes across the country, there is ongoing discussion about what and who best represents Islam.
In this unique and bold social experiment, Muslims Like Us witnesses these issues played out for real.Ten British Muslims who represent the diversity of their faith move into their new home together; as each meets and settles in they begin to explore how their faith impacts their lives.
Thousands applied, but only the 40 made it through to the famous tent for the most intense baking competition yet. Sam and Mark host while top chef, Allegra McEvedy and Bake Off winner, Nadiya Hussain have the tough job of finding Britain’s best young baker.
Nowadays most of us visit Dr Internet before our GP but are we getting the right information? Kate Quilton and Dr Tamal Ray investigate. Can youtube save your teeth? Should we monitor moles with an app? And should we eat placenta?
Philip Glenister and Ant Anstead reunite for a one off special. This time the boys decide to restore a Lotus Elite, a classic of 1950s British motoring and the first road car designed and built by Formula 1 genius Colin Chapman. Ant promises the seller that he will not only restore the car but enter it into the biggest classic car race of the year in only ten weeks.
The best of the nations' amateur bakers don their aprons and head for the iconic tent in the heart of the British countryside. As ever Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins will be with them every step of the way. Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood have created 30 brand new challenges that will test their baking prowess. Each week, one baker will claim star baker and one baker will leave the tent.
In this vibrant two part documentary, The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain travels back to Bangladesh on a fascinating food-inspired journey to explore and share the many recipes that have shaped her love of cooking.
By winning the 2012 Tour de France, Sir Bradley Wiggins entered the pantheon of cycling greats. When he clinched his fourth Olympic gold, two weeks later, he confirmed his standing as one of Britain's most successful Olympians. Bradley Wiggins: The Road to Rio, is an intimate portrait of one of our greatest athletes as he attempts this last epic challenge: a shot at a fourth Olympic gold in Rio.
Britain’s army of home sewers grow bigger every day. Now 10 of the best of them, from all walks of life including a doctor, a teacher, a scientist and a grandmother enter The Great British Sewing Bee to pit their sewing skills against each other.
We’ve enjoyed years of watching home bakers compete in The Great British Bake Off but now it’s the turn of the professionals. In a brand new series, Tom Kerridge hosts the search for Britain’s best team of pastry chefs.
Four Sport Relief volunteers agree to sleep rough on the streets of London to experience the harsh reality of homelessness in the UK. Comedian Nick Hancock, TV presenter Julia Bradbury, former snooker player Willie Thorne and celebrity cleaner Kim Woodburn all struggle with isolation, fear, the cold and wet and the effort of day-to-day survival.
4 x 60' Thursdays at 9pm from 4th February 2016 on Channel 4
Immigration is one of the most hotly debated and polarising issues in Britain today, this four-part series explores lives and aspirations of new migrants to Britain and the impact of immigration on a single community - Page Hall in Sheffield.
4 x 60' Wednesdays at 8:30pm from 27th January 2016 on BBC One
The Great Sport Relief Bake Off returns for a third series. With four special Sport Relief programmes hosted by four different celebrities including Mel Giedroyc, Jennifer Saunders, Ed Byrne and Sarah Millican. In each episode, four different celebrities will battle it out in the Bake Off tent, in an attempt to impress the Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.