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Famous, Rich and Hungry

2 x 60' Wednesday 12th March BBC One

In Britain we spend over 14 billion pounds a year on what we eat. We have more choice than ever before – and yet in 2014 many households are going hungry. 
Four famous Sport Relief volunteers put their lives on hold to live with families who are struggling to regularly feed themselves. 

2 x 60' Wednesday 12th March BBC One

In Britain we spend over 14 billion pounds a year on what we eat. We have more choice than ever before – and yet in 2014 many households are going hungry.
Four famous Sport Relief volunteers put their lives on hold to live with families who are struggling to regularly feed themselves. 

2 x 60' Wednesday 12th March BBC One

The Great British Weather

4 x 60' Wednesday 13th July 2011 BBC One

We love it, we hate it, but we never stop talking about it. The Great British Weather is the top topic of conversation in the UK, and this new show celebrates it.

Comedian Alexander Armstrong, BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood and BBC Watchdog presenter Chris Hollins present the series live from a different place in the UK each week.

 


4 x 60' Wednesday 13th July 2011 BBC One

We love it, we hate it, but we never stop talking about it. The Great British Weather is the top topic of conversation in the UK, and this show celebrates it.

4 x 60' Wednesday 13th July 2011 BBC One

We love it, we hate it, but we never stop talking about it. The Great British Weather is the top topic of conversation in the UK, and this new show celebrates it.

Classroom Secrets

1 x 60' Thursday 14th July 2011 BBC One

In this film, parents of children in a Leicester primary school are given a rare opportunity to see how their children really behave in class. The classroom of a year 4 class in Humberstone Junior School is rigged with fixed cameras and filmed over the course of one week, and the parents watch it all, allowing the parents to witness first hand the behaviour of their children at school. It is a brave project where teachers and parents both have something to learn, as the private world of the classroom is uncovered.

1 x 60' Thursday 14th July 2011 BBC One

In this film, parents of children in a Leicester primary school are given a rare opportunity to see how their children really behave in class. The classroom of a year 4 class in Humberstone Junior School is rigged with fixed cameras and filmed over the course of one week.

1 x 60' Thursday 14th July 2011 BBC One

In this film, parents of children in a Leicester primary school are given a rare opportunity to see how their children really behave in class. The classroom of a year 4 class in Humberstone Junior School is rigged with fixed cameras and filmed over the course of one week, and the parents watch it all, allowing the parents to witness first hand the behaviour of their children at school.

It is a brave project where teachers and parents both have something to learn, as the private world of the classroom is uncovered.

Panorama: Breaking into Britain

1 x 60' Thursday 16th June 2011 BBC One

Hundreds of thousands of economic migrants risk their lives and cross continents to try to illegally enter Britain every year.

In this ground breaking film two reporters set out to immerse themselves in the journeys that migrants take along the most popular and dangerous routes to the UK.

1 x 60' Thursday 16th June 2011 BBC One

Hundreds of thousands of economic migrants risk their lives and cross continents to try to illegally enter Britain every year. In this ground breaking film two reporters set out to immerse themselves in the journeys that migrants take along the most popular and dangerous routes to the UK. 

1 x 60' Thursday 16th June 2011 BBC One

Hundreds of thousands of economic migrants risk their lives and cross continents to try to illegally enter Britain every year.

In this ground breaking film two reporters set out to immerse themselves in the journeys that migrants take along the most popular and dangerous routes to the UK.

Famous, Rich and In the Slums

9pm, Thursday 3rd & Thursday 10th March on BBC ONE

In 2011 three billion people live in abject poverty surviving on less than £1.50 per day. It's an existence that few people in the west can possibly understand.

Comedian Lenny Henry, presenter and journalist Angela Rippon, actress Samatha Womack, TV and radio star Reggie Yates - have agreed to spend a week living and working in Kiberia in Nairobi. It's Africa's biggest slum and home to some of the poorest people on the planet.

Thursday 3rd & Thursday 10th March at 9pm on BBC One 

In 2011 three billion people live in abject poverty surviving on less than £1.50 per day. It's an existence that few people in the west can possibly understand. So four well known personalities have agreed to spend a week living and working in Kiberia in Nairobi. It's Africa's biggest slum and home to some of the poorest people on the planet.

 

In 2011 three billion people live in abject poverty surviving on less than £1.50 per day. 

It's an existence that few people in the west can possibly understand.

So four well known personalities - Comedian Lenny Henry, presenter and journalist Angela Rippon, actress Samatha Womack, TV and radio star Reggie Yates - have agreed to spend a week living and working in Kiberia in Nairobi. It's Africa's biggest slum and home to some of the poorest people on the planet.

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