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Winterwatch: Winter Escapes

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Enjoy the very best of the season in a natural escape that lets nature do the talking.

Even if you don’t live near a green space WinterWatch is offering you a chance to step away from the stresses brought about by recent events. We’ve sent some of the country’s best natural history camera operators out into their local wild spaces to capture moments of pure peace and natural beauty. So join us for an immersive experience – no music, no commentary – just nature at its very best.

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A showcase of new talent and classic moments from the legends of reggae and dancehall.

Seani B presents a showcase of new talent as well as some classic moments from the legends of reggae and dancehall such as Buju Banton, Sean Paul, Beenie Man and Beres Hammond.

A showcase of the plethora of new talent as well as some classic moments from the legends of reggae and dancehall such as Buju Banton, Sean Paul, Beenie Man and Beres Hammond. This is the New Sound Jamaica - presented by Seani B.

Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

Series 1 Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

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Delicious vegan alternatives to scrambled eggs and mac and cheese.

Delicious vegan alternatives to scrambled eggs and mac and cheese plus a warming bowl of Asian-style fragrant noodles.

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Dr Rupy is joined by Rukmini Iyer, as he serves up some flavourful one-pot dishes.

Dr Rupy is joined by author of the Roasting Tin Rukmini Iyer and shares his favourite one-pot recipes, including a baked rice dish and a mushroom, chickpea and spinach curry.

Dr Rupy is joined in the kitchen by the creator of the Roasting Tin series Rukmini Iyer. Dr Rupy shares his favourite one-pot recipes from a quick and easy baked rice dish to a fragrant mushroom, chickpea and spinach curry. Learn how to make a speedy dal at home, and get ready to be wowed by a tofu salad that proves salads aren’t just for Summer.

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Health campaigner and fellow NHS doctor Zoe Williams joins Dr Rupy in the kitchen.

Health campaigner and fellow NHS doctor Zoe Williams joins Dr Rupy in the kitchen to share her tips for eating nutritious hassle-free meals on a budget.

Health campaigner and fellow NHS doctor Zoe Williams joins Dr Rupy in the kitchen to share her tips for eating nutritious hassle-free meals on a budget. Dr Rupy creates a speedy chilli bean stir-fry, a gorgeous Mexican bean bowl with a quick homemade pickle and a vibrant roast vegetable hummus.

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Dr Rupy cooks up some budget friendly meals with anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe.

Dr Rupy is back in the Doctor’s Kitchen with some special guests helping to create simple and delicious thrifty dishes, from speedy mid-week meals to family favourites.

Dr Rupy cooks up some delicious budget friendly meals with special guest and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe. Dr Rupy will be raiding the store cupboard to create a mouth-watering halloumi and vegetable traybake, a smokey jambalaya and a warm comforting tinned fruit crumble. Plus, Jack shares her top tips for saving money on your weekly shop.

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Dr. Rupy rustles up low-cost, family recipes for social media sensation Miguel Barclay.

Inspired by guest Miguel Barclay, Dr. Rupy creates three meals for less than one pound per portion - granola and berry compote, a vegan meatball pasta pot and a chipotle bean stew.

Dr. Rupy rustles-up low-cost family friendly recipes for social media sensation Miguel Barclay. Taking inspiration from his special guest, Dr. Rupy creates 3 square meals for less than one pound per portion - a gorgeous granola with quick berry compote that’ll set you up for the day, a hearty vegan meatball one pot pasta and a smokin’ chipotle bean stew. Plus he’ll show you the secret to perfect roasted vegetables every time!

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Dr Rupy is joined by food activist Melissa Hemsley, who shares tips on zero waste cooking.

Dr Rupy is joined by food activist and good friend Melissa Hemsley, as she pulls up a stool and shares her tips on zero waste cooking.

Dr Rupy is joined by food activist and good friend Melissa Hemsley as she pulls up a stool and shares her tips on zero waste cooking. Dr Rupy cooks up a pick-me-up soup, a seasonal pie full of green goodness and a zero waste, maximum flavour pot roast chicken.

Thrifty Cooking in the Doctor’s Kitchen

Series 1 Ian Theasby and Henry Firth

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Ian Theasby and Henry Firth from BOSH! visit the Doctor’s Kitchen for some vegan delights.

Ian Theasby and Henry Firth from BOSH! visit the Doctor’s Kitchen for some vegan delights. Dr. Rupy serves up Afghan inspired flatbread, creamy pasta and speedy Singapore noodles.

It’s all about plant based eating, as Ian Theasby and Henry Firth from BOSH! stop by the Doctor’s Kitchen to enjoy some delicious vegan delights. Dr. Rupy will be serving up an Afghan inspired flatbread, a decadent creamy pasta dish with no cream, and speedy Singapore noodles that you can make in a flash. Plus a handy guide on how to chop your greens.

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Stacey takes our five teenagers into a trainer factory for work experience.

Stacey Dooley takes five teenagers into different UK industries. In this episode, they go to a trainers factory near Carlisle to experience the manufacturing industry.

Stacey Dooley takes five 16-18 year olds into different industries crying out for young workers, for the ultimate work experience.

In this episode, they try out the manufacturing industry, visiting a high-end trainer factory near Carlisle. The teens are initially taken aback by the number of jobs done by hand and by the complexity of the production process. However, as each one is then set to work on key stages of the trainer manufacturing, it’s not long before things start to fall apart. With bosses Michael and Gary expecting high-quality work to match their high-quality products, there is no room for error, and when two of the team don’t take the job seriously, tensions quickly flare within the group.

Back at their house in the countryside, things boil over when some members of the group yet again have to bail out those who cannot pay their way. They have all been in each other’s pockets for nearly ten days and living and working together is proving to be more of a challenge than any of them had expected. Stacey makes a trip to the house to see if she can help to smooth things over and get them back to working as a team. There will be highs and lows - should they stick with study or join the daily grind?

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Stacey Dooley
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Jared Wright
Executive Producer
Helen Soden
Executive Producer
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Dr Rupy Aujla rustles up quick and delicious plant-based recipes to make you feel good.

Dr Rupy kickstarts the series with three vegan recipes: chickpea kofte burgers, black bean chilli with pulled mushroom and for a healthy, sweet treat apricot and chocolate bars.

The Social

The Social Presents Outdoor Life

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A relaxing wander around Scotland’s beautiful outdoors.

From open water swimming on Lewis to tackling all of Scotland’s munros with your dog in tow, take a relaxing wander around the outdoors with creative talent from BBC The Social.

The Nine to Five with Stacey Dooley

Series 1 Smooth Operators

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Stacey takes our five work experience teens to taste life in a contact centre.

Stacey Dooley takes five teenagers into five different industries. In this episode, she takes them to Sunderland to experience life at one of the country’s biggest contact centres.

Stacey Dooley takes five 16-18 year olds into different industries crying out for young workers, for the ultimate work experience.

In this episode, she takes them to Sunderland to experience life at one of the country’s biggest contact centres. Elliot, Mersadi, Skye, Abbey and Hakeem join the 650 customer experience representatives taking calls on car, home and life insurance. Their first day is spent with some of the company’s specialist trainers, who can quickly assess the five’s ability to speak to complete strangers. At night, the team are asked to go even further out of their comfort zone when they are invited to attend and take part in the company’s annual lip sync battle.

The contact centre industry is one of the fastest growing in the UK, providing thousands of opportunities for young apprenticeships, and with 60,000 calls being made each week it’s a job that requires good communication skills. During their first day, boss Mark sets them various exercises which will show him who is naturally confident on the phone and which of the teens can bring their personality to the job while keeping it professional. If they do well, Stacey will reward them at the end of the day in cash, with the national apprenticeship rate of £3.70 per hour. They really need the money as they are all still living together, and if one person doesn’t get paid, then the others have to chip in to pay for their food.

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Stacey Dooley
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Jared Wright
Executive Producer
Helen Soden
Executive Producer
Alison Gregory

The Nine to Five with Stacey Dooley

Series 1 Caring and Sharing

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Stacey takes our five teens to a care home for work experience.

Stacey takes our five teens to a care home on the coast for work experience.

Stacey Dooley takes five 16-18-year-olds into different industries crying out for young workers for the ultimate work experience.

This episode sees Stacey take five teenagers for work experience in a care home on the Somerset coast. The privately owned care home is in Weston-super-Mare, a retirement hotspot where a fifth of the population is over 65. With 400,000 people living in care homes across the country, it’s a sector looking for young workers in a variety of roles to help with an increasingly ageing population.

How will Elliott, Skye, Abbey, Hakeem and Mersadi cope with tending to the needs of the home’s 30 residents, who are aged up to 107 years old? At the end of each day, Stacey rewards those who do well in cash with the national apprenticeship wage of £3.70 and at night she provides the teens with caravan accommodation. Living together becomes a bit of a struggle as those with cash from their shifts in the restaurant have to chip in for those who haven’t been paid the full rate so far.

Care home managers Claire and Shari are looking for energy, enthusiasm, patience and empathy from the teens and the five will be involved in every aspect of care during their time there. As well as serving meals, cleaning rooms and taking part in the social activities put on for the residents, they are encouraged to bond with individual residents and make new friends. Surprising relationships blossom between young and old as they each look for common experiences and pastimes, which go beyond any age differences between them.

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Stacey Dooley
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Jared Wright
Executive Producer
Helen Soden
Executive Producer
Alison Gregory

The Nine to Five with Stacey Dooley

Series 1 Come Fly with Me

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Stacey ends the work experience for our five teens at Heathrow Airport.

Stacey Dooley takes five teenagers to their final work experience placement - Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport.

Stacey Dooley takes five 16-18-year-olds into different industries crying out for young workers, for the ultimate work experience.

The last episode in the series sees Stacey take the five teenagers to Heathrow Airport for their last piece of work experience. It’s a baptism of fire for Skye, Hakeem, Elliott, Mersadi and Abbey as they begin working land and airside for one of the UK’s largest single-site employers. As they split up across the airport, some of the teens head to the engineering department to work on the airport’s driverless electric pods, while others check the facilities in the terminal with a site engineer and work with Heathrow’s customers. The airport currently employs 76,000 staff and 5,000 apprentices, but with Heathrow set for expansion, the teens need to be at their best to impress airport boss Emma.

There will be highs and lows, but after five different workplaces, should they stick with study or join the daily grind? What have they learned from The Nine to Five?

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Presenter
Stacey Dooley
Director
Jared Wright
Executive Producer
Helen Soden
Executive Producer
Alison Gregory

The Nine to Five with Stacey Dooley

Series 1 Can't Take the Heat

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Stacey takes five teens to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant for work experience.

Stacey Dooley takes five teenagers to different industries for the ultimate work experience. They kick off their journey in a Gordon Ramsay restaurant in London.

Stacey Dooley takes five 16-18 year olds into different industries crying out for young workers for the ultimate work experience. They kick off their journey in a Gordon Ramsay restaurant in London, where head chef Davide and front of house manager Roberto agree to mentor them over two days, giving them hands-on experience with real customers. Both of them have worked their way up in the restaurant business over 20 years and are passionate about the industry they love, and they expect reliability and a strong work ethic from anyone working alongside them. How will the five teens handle this opportunity to pick up tips from such great mentors?

For some, it’s a complete shock to the system, and for others it’s a chance to revel in learning some top-notch hospitality skills in this gourmet Italian restaurant. If they deserve it, Stacey pays them the national apprenticeship wage of £3.70 an hour at the end of each day, but they are surprised to discover that deductions are made for living expenses in the capital. Stacey has provided the five with accommodation, but she is expecting them to live off their earnings as well as to shop and cook for themselves.

Hospitality is multibillion-pound industry and is the fourth biggest employer in the UK, relying on an army of workers to keep going and encompassing restaurants, hotels, theme parks and leisure facilities. A lot of the work here is front of house, and you really do need to know how to interact with members of the public who are spending their own hard-earned money in their leisure time. Some of our teens struggle to find the confidence to engage with strangers and prefer to head to the kitchen to learn from top chef Davide. Others find cleaning even more of a challenge, and there are words have to be had with Davide and Roberto.

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Presenter
Stacey Dooley
Director
Jared Wright
Executive Producer
Helen Soden
Executive Producer
Alison Gregory

Electric Proms

2009 Dame Shirley Bassey

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Highlights of Dame Shirley Bassey's special performance for the BBC Electric Proms.

Trevor Nelson and Edith Bowman present highlights of Dame Shirley Bassey's special performance for the BBC Electric Proms from London's Roundhouse.

Trevor Nelson and Edith Bowman present highlights of Dame Shirley Bassey's special performance for the BBC Electric Proms from London's Roundhouse.

The British icon performs a set packed with classic tracks like Big Spender and Goldfinger and the premieres of songs from her album The Performance, produced by Bond composer David Arnold.

In her first major show after Glastonbury 2007, and her only live show in 2009, Dame Shirley is joined on stage by the BBC Concert Orchestra, with guest appearances by album collaborators David Arnold, James Dean Bradfield from Manic Street Preachers, singer-songwriter Tom Baxter and Sheffield crooner Richard Hawley.

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Janet Fraser-Cook
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Serena Cross

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Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

Series 1 Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

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Dr Rupy Aujla rustles up quick and delicious plant-based recipes to make you feel good.

Dr Rupy makes harissa polenta with sauteed vegetables, a veggie sausage tray bake and a trio of vegan sandwiches with beetroot hummus.

Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

Series 1 Cooking in the Doctor's Kitchen

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Dr Rupy Aujla rustles up quick and delicious plant-based recipes to make you feel good.

Cover breakfast, lunch and dinner with these quick recipes: a vegan berry banana smoothie, roasted vegetable bowl and anything-goes frittata.

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Rupy Aujla

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Caitlyn Jenner on why honesty is the key to peace of mind.

The world's most famous transgender woman, Caitlyn Jenner, explains why honesty is the key to peace of mind.

The world's most famous transgender woman, Caitlyn Jenner, explains why honesty is the key to peace of mind. In 1976, Caitlyn – then known as Bruce – won Decathlon gold at the Montreal Olympics. She was called 'the world's greatest athlete'. Fame and adulation followed, but gender dysphoria – where there's a mismatch between someone's biological sex and their gender identity – was always bubbling away under the surface. In 2015, Caitlyn finally came out as a transgender woman.

In this programme, Simon Mundie and Caitlyn discuss some of the lessons she has learnt during her incredible life. They talk about the importance of honesty and being true to yourself and your family around you, and about not judging a book by its cover, as someone who apparently has it all may well be suffering inside. It’s all about the challenges you overcome, not the heights you attain. You can hear the full, unedited version of this interview on BBC Sounds – just search for the Radio 4 podcast Don't Tell Me the Score.

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