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Omnibus

The More We Are Together

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Profile of architect Eric Lyons, whose company builds modern suburban housing. (1969)

First transmitted in 1969, Omnibus presents a portrait of architect Eric Lyons, whose company Span builds modern suburban housing.

First transmitted in 1969, Omnibus presents a portrait of architect Eric Lyons, whose company Span, builds modern suburban housing for middle income families. Ian Nairn examines the benefits and dangers of the close-knit communities which Span constructs.

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Narrator
Robert Cushman
Director
Barrie Gavin
Presenter
Ian Nairn
Participant
Eric Lyons
Participant
Michael Davis

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Omnibus
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Rick Stein travels to Naples for seafood and rich sauces. (1999)

Rick celebrates the rich, colourful sauces of Naples, visits Suffolk for North Sea cod with beer, bacon and cabbage and takes a trip on the Thames to eat fresh shrimp. (1999)

An eight-part series about the places and flavours that have influenced Rick Stein over the years. Rick starts by celebrating the abundance of seafood and rich, colourful sauces of Naples. He visits Suffolk for North Sea cod with beer, bacon and cabbage and takes a trip on the Thames to eat fresh brown shrimp. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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Rick Stein travels to Goa, where he prepares prawn caldine and spicy Goan lobster. (1999)

Rick Stein travels to Goa, where he prepares prawn caldine and spicy Goan lobster. Closer to home, he catches turbot off the Cornish coast. (1999)

Rick Stein travels to Goa, where he prepares prawn caldine and spicy Goan lobster. Closer to home, he catches turbot off the Cornish coast and cooks it with cider and cream in his newly refurbished kitchen. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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Rick attends the collection and festival of percebes (goose barnacles) in Galicia. (1999)

Rick Stein travels to Galicia in Spain to attend the collection and festival of percebes (goose barnacles) and creates dishes using hake and clams. (1999)

Rick Stein travels to Galicia in Spain to attend the collection and festival of percebes (goose barnacles) and creates dishes using hake and clams. Returning to Britain, he sings the praises of the humble cockle. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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Rick returns to Goa, where he cooks spicy shark vindaloo and dhal with lentils. (1999)

Rick Stein cooks spicy shark vindaloo and dhal with lentils in Goa, and freshwater oysters in crab cakes in America's Chesapeake Bay. (1999)

The series about places that have influenced the cooking of Rick Stein continues with spicy shark vindaloo and dhal with lentils in Goa, and freshwater oysters in crab cakes in America's Chesapeake Bay. In Cornwall Rick prepares nasi goreng with mackerel. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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33 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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In Queensland, Rick learns the tricks of seafood cooking Australian-style. (1999)

In Queensland, Rick learns the tricks of seafood cooking Australian-style. Back at home in Padstow, he prepares seared tuna with vegetables from his garden. (1999)

Rick Stein's seafood odyssey continues in Queensland, where he learns the tricks of seafood cooking Australian-style. Back at home in Padstow, he prepares seared tuna with vegetables from his garden. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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Rick goes bass fishing in Chesapeake Bay and cooks oysters at a seafood shack. (1999)

Rick Stein goes bass fishing in Chesapeake Bay and cooks oysters at a seafood shack. He also finds himself cooking soup in Thailand and lemon sole in Padstow. (1999)

The chef goes fishing in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA and pan-fries the large striped bass he caught. Rick Stein then moves on to Bowens Island in South Carolina, where he finally gets to realise his dream of indulging in oysters at a seafood shack. In Thailand, Rick prepares a traditional soup called tom yung gung, with squid and crunchy green vegetables. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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33 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Rick travels to Hua Hin in Thailand, where he visits the bustling food markets. (1999)

Rick visits the coastal resort of Hua Hin in Thailand, searching the bustling markets for interesting local ingredients. In Padstow, he cooks a dish inspired by a dream. (1999)

In this episode Rick visits the coastal resort of Hua Hin in Thailand, searching the bustling markets for interesting local ingredients. Among the dishes he prepares on his return to Cornwall is fried fish in red curry sauce with steamed jasmine rice. Rick also cooks up a dish inspired by a dream described by the programme's director, poached fish balls with tagliatelle. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard
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29 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Rick's seafood odyssey ends with fish and chips in Whitby. (1999)

Rick fries soft-shell crabs and grills lobsters in America. Singapore chilli crab is on the menu in Padstow, and his odyssey ends in Whitby - with fish and chips. (1999)

In the last of his visits to places that have influenced his cooking, Rick Stein meets up with an old friend in America, where he fries soft-shell crabs and grills lobsters. Singapore chilli crab is on the menu in Padstow, while his seafood odyssey ends in Whitby with fish and chips. (1999)

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Presenter
Rick Stein
Director
David Pritchard
Producer
David Pritchard

Floyd on France

Episode 7: A Farewell to France

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Keith Floyd retraces his steps in all the regions in which he has filmed. (1987)

In the final programme of the series, Floyd retraces his steps in all the regions in which he has filmed, as he celebrates French cuisine one last time. (1987)

Keith Floyd retraces his steps in all the regions from his tour, reminding people of the main ingredients of each region.

In Provence he visits the restaurant of Andre Guige where a wide selection of Provencal food is displayed. He tries two local wines, Cote de Ventou and Gigondas, in the Provence area with wine experts.

He goes back to the Perigord region where he cooks a soup with haricot beans and toasted goat's cheese served with a walnut salad.

Finally, he travels to Morlaix in Brittany and talks to Patrick Jefroid on how he cooks on hot stones. (1987)

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Presenter
Keith Floyd
Producer
David Pritchard

Floyd on France

Episode 4: Alsace

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Keith takes a balloon trip to the Munster valley which is famous for its cheese. (1987)

Keith Floyd cooks liver dumplings, pheasant cooked with cabbage leaves and chicken in beer, and takes a balloon trip over the mountains to the Munster valley. (1987)

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Presenter
Keith Floyd
Producer
David Pritchard

Floyd on France

Episode 5: Pays Basque

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Keith visits Biarritz and prepares Piperade, a traditional Basque dish. (1987)

Keith Floyd visits the Pays Basque region of France, where he cooks chicken with Bayonne ham, pigeon stew and a very unusual soup. (1987)

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Presenter
Keith Floyd
Producer
David Pritchard

One Pair of Eyes

Georgia Brown: Who Are the Cockneys Now?

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Singer and actress Georgia Brown revisits her old home in Whitechapel, East London. (1968)

First transmitted in 1968, Georgia Brown revisits her childhood Whitechapel home to see how the Jewish community is coming to terms with a more diverse immigrant population.

First transmitted in 1968, singer and actress Georgia Brown revisits her old childhood home in Whitechapel, East London and notes the fading presence of the Jewish immigrant community. Brown discusses the recent change in the area's increasingly diverse population and ponders the question, "Who are the cockneys now?"

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Series 2 She Ain't Heavy

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Will is afraid of being teased about a girl he likes

Will meets a girl whose company he really enjoys, but is afraid to take her out in public, fearing his friends will tease him because she is overweight.

Will meets a girl whose company he really enjoys. But he is afraid to take her out in public, fearing his friends will tease him because she is overweight. Guest starring Queen Latifah.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Series 2 Hi Ho Silver

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Will and Carlton suspect their movie star neighbour of theft.

Will and Carlton suspect that the family heirloom silver has been stolen by one of their neighbours: glamorous movie star Sonya Lamor. Guest starring Zsa Zsa Gabor.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Series 2 Something For Nothing

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Will wins a thousand dollars at a charity fundraiser.

Will wins a thousand dollars at a charity fundraiser at the Bel-Air country club, but angers Philip and Vivian by refusing to donate it back to the club for charity.

Will wins a thousand dollars at a charity fundraiser at the Bel-Air country club, but he humiliates the Banks family by refusing to donate it back to the club for charity.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Series 2 Christmas Snow

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23 minutes Available for years Web Only

Will mistakenly lets a robber into the family's ski cabin on Christmas Eve.

When the entire Banks clan spends Christmas at a ski lodge, Will mistakenly allows a robber into the family's cabin on Christmas Eve.

When the entire Banks family spends Christmas at a ski-lodge, Will generously allows a supposedly 'lost stranger' into their cabin who then robs them.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Series 2 Geoffrey Cleans Up

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Geoffrey is upset to discover that his new love is a wealthy heiress.

Geoffrey is upset to discover that his new love is a wealthy heiress and not a domestic servant as he first thought.

When Geoffrey discovers that his new love is a wealthy heiress and not a domestic servant as he first thought, he can't ignore the gulf between their social positions and risks his happiness by ending the relationship.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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Will's in the hospital for a tonsillectomy.

While in the hospital to have his tonsils removed, Will learns to look at life a little differently from his room-mate, a wise-cracking senior citizen named Max.

While in the hospital for a tonsillectomy, Will learns to look at life a little differently from his roommate, a wisecracking senior citizen. Guest starring Milton Berle.

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Will Smith
Will Smith
Philip Banks
James Avery
Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
Carlton Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
Hilary Banks
Karyn Parsons
Ashley Banks
Tatyana Ali
Geoffrey
Joseph Marcell

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I'm Not Driving That With Ali-A

Series 1 She's alive again

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23 minutes Available for years Web Only

Vlogger & gamer Ali-A and his team transform 18-year-old Tara’s first car.

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