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All Over the Place

Series 2

Episode 13: Cuckoo Clocks, Chimps, Pantomime Horses!

on BBC Two HD

Ed Petrie and friends visit unusual and amazing places in the UK. Featuring a bat hospital and a game of hide-and-seek with chimpanzees. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Ed Petrie
Participant:
Dominic Wood
Participant:
Richard McCourt
Participant:
Joe Swash
Participant:
Holly Walsh
Participant:
Iain Stirling
Participant:
Barney Harwood
Voiceover:
Steve McKenna
Participant:
Johny Pitts
Participant:
Miss London
Presenter:
Gemma Hunt
Director:
Natalie Moss
Executive Producer:
Louise Corbett
Series Producer:
Traci Burns
Series Producer:
Maria Stewart

James Martin's Food Map of Britain

Reversioned Series

Episode 7: West Scotland

Duration: 19 minutes

on BBC Two HD

James Martin explores regional ingredients found around the British Isles. Here, he looks at the wild and untamed west coast of Scotland. Show more

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Available for years

Rick Stein ends his culinary tour in Bangladesh, the country that spawned thousands of 'Indian' restaurants in Britain years ago. Not surprisingly, curry is at the top of his list. Show more

Duration: 2 hours, 21 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Available for 5 weeks

The Oscar-winning film debut of Barbra Streisand, portraying the bittersweet life of singer-comedienne Fanny Brice in early 20th-century New York. Show more

Contributors

Fanny Brice:
Barbra Streisand
Nick Arnstein:
Omar Sharif
Georgia James:
Anne Francis
Florenz Ziegfeld:
Walter Pidgeon
Rose Brice:
Kay Medford
Eddie Ryan:
Lee Allen
Mrs Strakosh:
Mae Questel
Director:
William Wyler
Producer:
Ray Stark
Composer:
Jule Styne
Lyricist:
Bob Merrill
Director of photography:
Harry Stradling

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Andrew Marr charts the events that shaped Britain. The series concludes with an account of Britain during the Second World War, starting with the events at Dunkirk. Show more

QI XL

Series L

Episode 10: Lying

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Stephen Fry seeks out the truth about liars and lying with Sara Pascoe, Jack Whitehall, Adam Hills and Alan Davies.

Contributors

Presenter:
Stephen Fry
Participant:
Sara Pascoe
Participant:
Jack Whitehall
Participant:
Adam Hills
Participant:
Alan Davies
Director:
Ian Lorimer
Producer:
John Lloyd
Production Company:
Talkback Thames

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Available for 1 month

Dominic Sandbrook concludes his exploration of the most innovative and imaginative of all genres by considering science fiction's most alluring theme - time travel. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Robert Murphy
Series Producer:
John Das
Series Producer:
Ben Southwell
Executive Producer:
Michael Poole
Participant:
David Tennant
Participant:
Karen Gillan
Participant:
Steven Moffat
Participant:
Christopher Lloyd
Participant:
Bob Gale
Participant:
Scott Bakula
Participant:
Audrey Niffenegger

Duration: 1 hour, 56 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Horror based on Swedish novel Let the Right One In. A lonely 12-year-old boy in 1980s New Mexico befriends a young girl who moves in next door, unaware that she is a vampire. Show more

Contributors

Owen's mother:
Cara Buono
Policeman:
Elias Koteas
Virginia:
Sasha Barrese
High School Kid:
Seth Adkins
Lanky Kid:
Ashton Moio
Kenny's Brother:
Brett Delbuono
Admitting Nurse:
Rachel Hroncich
Day Nurse:
Deborah L Mazor
Train Conductor:
Frank Bond
Scottie Tate:
Rowbie Orsatti
Principal:
Brenda Wehle
Director:
Matt Reeves

Duration: 1 hour, 34 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Sci-fi classic. A spaceship lands on a planet inhabited by Dr Morbius, his daughter and their robot. Their lonely existence is overshadowed by a terrifying, unseen menace. Show more

Contributors

Walter Morbius:
Walter Pidgeon
Alteira Morbius:
Anne Francis
Commander Adams:
Leslie Nielsen
Lieutenant 'Doc' Ostrow:
Warren Stevens
Lieutenant Farman:
Jack Kelly
Chief Quinn:
Richard Anderson
Director:
Fred M Wilcox
Writer:
Cyril Hume

BBC Two HD

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