Programmes 2014

  • 1 x 60' Tuesday 23 December 2014 BBC Two

    Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood share six favourite Christmas recipes inspired by rich traditions from all over Europe. Get organised for Christmas with Paul and Mary's Christmas Masterclass.

  • 1 x 30' Monday 3 November 2014 Channel 4

    Immigration is one of Britain's most fiercely debated and diversive issues. Eight citizens of Leicester, who represent the city's diversity, have volunteered to live together to explore whether they can ever truly accept immigration.

  • 3 x 60' Tuesday 21 October 2014 BBC Two

    The Sewing Bee returns, but this time the sewing room is home to twelve celebrities, who are picking up their needles in aid of Children in Need.

  • 4 x 60' Thursday 9 October 2014 BBC Two

    After 10 weeks of baking mayhem, calm finally descends on the Bake Off tent.Mary and Paul put on their aprons to show us what they would have done if they had been in the bakers' shoes...


  • 10 x 60' Wednesday 6th August 2014 BBC One

    The Bake Off is back...  This year we welcome the tent’s youngest ever baker AND its oldest...  The bakers will be set challenges by judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood!


  • 8 x 60' Tuesday 18th February 2014 BBC Two

    Claudia Winkleman welcomes ten new home sewers to the Sewing Room, but only one of them will be crowned Britain’s best amateur sewer.



  • 10 x 30' Friday 8th August 2014 BBC Two

    Joined by three different celebrity Bake Off fans each week, Jo Brand will shine a spotlight on the good, the bad and the soggy bottomed from that week's episode. 



  • 4 x 60' Wednesday 4th June 2014 Channel 4

    Death is inevitable, yet it is not a subject we find easy to talk about- most of us prefer to push it out of our minds. Taboos around death can leave us poorly prepared for the loss of those we love and even for our own mortality.


  • 7 x 60' Sunday 20th April 2014 Channel 4

    Phil Glenister is on a mission to find and restore six of Britain's best loved cars. From the Mini that defined the 60's to the car that built Britain- the Land Rover Series One, to the glorius mess that was the Triumph Stag; to the brilliant Ford Escort that brought cheap speed to the masses- the sotry of these cars is the story of us.


  • 6 x 30' Friday 11th April ITV 1

    As the star of some of the world’s biggest blockbusters, the lead in his own sitcom and a successful entrepreneur, you’d be forgiven for thinking that for Warwick Davis and family, a summer holiday means Barbados, New York or at the very least, the Costa del Sol. But you’d be wrong…


  • 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. 
  • 6 x 30' Monday 3rd March BBC Two

    Mary Berry shows us what to cook for variety of different occassions. From scrumptious cakes at a traditional tea party to a slow-roast shoulder of lamb for Sunday lunch!


  • 4 x 60' Monday 13th January BBC Two

    16 celebrities bravely don their aprons and put their baking skills to the test, in a bid to encourage everybody to bake cakes to raise money for Sport Relief. For the first time, guest hosts enter the tent. Sue Perkins kicks off the series, before handing the baton to Ed Byrne, Omid Djalili and Jo Brand.


  • 5 x 60' Monday 6th January 2014 Channel 4

    This observational documentary series reveals the reality of life on benefits, as the residents of one of Britain’s most benefit-dependent streets invite cameras into their tight-knit community. It’s a place where residents face challenges such as bringing up children in poverty, low levels of education and training, drug and alcohol dependency, and crime.