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    Dragons' Den

    Dragons' Den

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    BBC Two
    The 'dragons', a panel of tough business minds, decide whether or not to green light a fund-lacking entrepeneur's idea in this BBC2 series. Contestants pitch their ideas offering up a percentage of ownership in the imagined company in the hopes of winning the investment dollars of five critical venture capitalists.moreless
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    Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld

    Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld

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    BBC Two (ended 2006)
    Jeremy Clarkson, of Top Gear fame, brings his wit and passion for all things cool to this travel log about cars and car culture around the world., Be prepared to be informed, amazed, and amused as Jeremy finds the most unusual uses for the automobile, and makes even the ordinary become wonderfully bizarre. You may have watched travel shows before, but somehow when Jeremy is done with the interviews and the playing around, you feel like you’ve really been there and had a great time!moreless
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    Saxondale

    Saxondale

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    In this British-produced comedy, Steve Coogan plays Tommy Saxondale, an ex-roadie with anger management issues and a pest-control business. Tommy is a little arrogant, a little egotistical, and feels the world owes him more respect than it typically shows him. He has an assistant named Raymond who lives in a spare room in Tommy's house, a live-in girlfriend named Magz who owns a T-shirt business, and a receptionist named Vicky who has a tendency to drive him up the wall.moreless
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    Lead Balloon

    Lead Balloon

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    When Rick Spleen (Jack Dee) was younger he dreamed of being a great stand up comic. Unfortunately, this didn't turn out so well. Now, he's a burned out comedian who spends too much time arguing with his American co-writer Marty, is continually distracted by his family who are after his money (which he avoids spending at all costs!), and by Michael, the local cafe owner. The show originally aired on BBC Four, before moving to BBC Two for its second season.moreless
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    A Very Peculiar Practice

    A Very Peculiar Practice

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    BBC Two (ended 1992)
    A Very Peculiar Practice was a British comedy show from the mid-1980s -very dark in it's humor, with extreme characterization and bizarre situations, set around a University Medical Practice. The main characters were Dr Steven Daker (the new, young, impressionable one), Dr Jock McCannon (the old, alcoholic, world-weary one), Dr Bob Buzzard (the bitter, egotistical, abrasive one) and Dr Rose Marie (the feminist, bisexual, politically motivated one). Add to these a smattering of students, lecturers, the regular love interests for Dr Daker (Lyn in Series 1, and Greta in Series 2) and the strangely compelling nuns that roamed the campus causing mayhem. Then throw in plots that cause emotional, physical, or mental reactions, and sit back to watch.moreless
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    Fireman Sam

    Fireman Sam

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    Fireman Sam was first broadcast on the BBC and S4C (the UK's Welsh language broadcaster) in 1986 and it continues to be broadcast on both channels today and has been sold to broadcasters in over 40 countries from Poland to Korea.moreless
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    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

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    BBC Two (ended 1979)
    Tinker, tailor,soldier, sailor, Rich man, poor man, beggar-man, thief. George Smiley, the aging master spy of the Cold War and once heir apparent to Control, is brought back out of retirement to flush out a top level mole within the Circus. Smiley must travel back through his life and murky workings of the Circus to unravel the net spun by his nemesis Karla 'The Sandman' of the KGB and reveal the identity of the mole before he disappears.moreless
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    videoGaiden

    videoGaiden

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    This unusual, funny, and controversial video game review show debuted on BBC 2 Scotland at the end of 2005. The show stars Robert "Rab" Florence and Ryan Macleod as they perform skits (often video game-related) and review both console and PC video games employing their thick Scottish accents, crude language and occasionally controversial but subject-impassioned humor to great effect. This show is based on the popular internet video game-review show "Consolevania" produced by the same team of Florence and Macleod.moreless
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    Hemingway Adventure

    Hemingway Adventure

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    Michael Palin sets off in the footsteps of legendary American writer Ernest Hemingway. He visits key locations from Hemingway's life in Europe, Africa and America. This travelogue went out 100 years after the birth of Hemingway, a hard-drinking, controversial figure, and follows on from the publication of Palin's novel Hemingway's Chair which featured a post man fascinated with Hemingway.moreless
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    Big Train

    Big Train

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    BBC Two (ended 2002)
    Before and after Father Ted, Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews had been sketch show writers; contributing to the likes of Spitting Image, The Day Today and the Friday and Saturday Night Armistice. Big Train picked up on the surrealism found in their earlier work. From the World Stare-Out Championship to herds of wild jockeys being hunted by The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, from show jumping firefighters to the most erratic 100m runner ever seen, the show broke new ground, was much imitated and, arguably, launched the careers of Simon Pegg, Catherine Tate, Mark Heap and Amelia Bullmore.moreless
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    Stephen Hawking's Universe

    Stephen Hawking's Universe

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    BBC Two (ended 1997)
    This six-part documentary series from Stephen Hawking covers the major theories in relation to the make up and creation of our universe, including the current thinking on the Big Bang, origins of the universe, dark matter, black holes, etc. The program includes interviews with leading astronomers and scientists, as well as commentary from Stephen Hawking himself. Viewers interested in Astronomy may also want to view the television series Cosmos by Carl Sagan, which offers a more in depth review of Astronomy, especially regarding the history of Astronomy.moreless
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    Escape From Scorpion Island

    Escape From Scorpion Island

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    Two teams of young adventurers are marooned on an exotic island. What they don't know is that they are not alone - there are also 10 prisoners held on the island that they must try and rescue. Each day the Island will select a handful of contestants to do battle against each other. The winners will join either Team Sting or Team Claw – the losers will be returned to life behind bars. 2008 sees the second series of the adrenalin-fuelled real-life adventure game, presented by JK and Joel, in which teams compete in daring challenges in order to win the competition.moreless
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    Charley Boorman: Ireland to Sydney By Any Means

    Charley Boorman: Ireland to Sydney By Any Means

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    Adventurer Charley Boorman sets off on his most daring adventure yet--ditching his trusty motorbike to travel over 20,000 miles, through 25 countries from his home town Wicklow County, Ireland to Sydney, Australia, by any means. Avoiding commercial airlines wherever possible, Boorman explores the different ways to travel over land, sea and air. He uses more than 100 different modes of transport, including container ships, dug-out canoes, solar cars and an elephant. Boorman's first travelling documentary was with his friend, Ewan McGregor, on a motorbike journey from London to New York that created the 2004 show, Long Way Round. Charley Boorman: Ireland to Sydney By Any Means is also known simply as By Any Means.moreless
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    James May's Big Ideas

    James May's Big Ideas

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    BBC Two (Mini-Series 2008)
    Top Gear presenter, James May, is back with a new series, in which he looks at three different and distinct future concepts about engineering and technology. The series consists of three programmes, each of which looks at a specific concept and compares it with today's equivalent.moreless
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    I Love 1980's

    I Love 1980's

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    BBC Two (ended 2001)
    Following the success of I Love the 70s (aka I Love 1970s), the BBC commissioned this second series looking at Eighties. Each edition would feature aspects of a particular year of the decade with classic clips and celebrities such as Peter Kay and Johnny Vegas returning to give us their memories of the time. This series' episodes were increased in length to 90 minutes and as per the previous series the episodes were accompanied by a film from the year on initial broadcast. The popularity of the brand would lead to a further series on the Nineties and special one off editions focusing on Christmas, Toys, Jamaica, The Muppets and Kung Fu.moreless
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    Sensitive Skin (UK)

    Sensitive Skin (UK)

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    Sensitive Skin (UK) is a British dark comedy-drama series revolving around the lives of a wealthy couple, Al and Davina Jackson. The couple, who are now past 50, lives in metropolitan London, while being embattled by sexual temptation and professional jealousy from their friends. Al (Denis Lawson), works as a pundit for a newspaper publication company, while his wife Davina (Joanna Lumley), is an artist in a nearby art gallery. However, together with their own personal problems, they have a 30-year old son, Orlando (James Lance), who still thinks and acts as a spoiled adolescent. Al and Davina may seem to have everything, but they are actually unsatisfied with their own lives and fears the future. Sensitive Skin follows the journey of Al and Davina as they struggle to rediscover personal happiness, while coping to understand whatever outcome the future may bring. The show first aired in BBC 2 channel in 2005, and a second series later followed in 2007. moreless
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    Incredible Games

    Incredible Games

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    Incredible Games is a BBC children's game show that has teams of children competing in "Crystal Maze" style games in order to win the grand prize. The game begins when competitors access the tower through a talking lift called "Sam" (Gary Parker). As the children go up the lift, they compete in a number of games to reach the penthouse. Some of the games include "Dark Knight" (Simon Shelton), where competitors have to navigate a chess board without getting ambushed by The Dark Knight; "The Alphabet Soup" game, where after being "shrunk," children swim to find alphabet letters to create words and gain additional prizes and "The Victorian Schoolmaster" where contestant teams have to answer a series of questions correctly or get "gunged" by the schoolmaster's magic stick o'gunge. Once remaining competitors win a certain amount of games, they literally go through the penthouse roof and win the grand prize. moreless
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    A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery

    A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery

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    BBC Two (ended 1987)
    Welcome to A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery guide at TV.com. This short series featured three investigations by amateur detective, Lord Peter Wimsey, and his associate, mystery writer Harriet Vane. Each episode is based on a novel by Dorothy L. Sayers. An earlier series of adaptions of her novels, Lord Peter Wimsey, was broadcast by the BBC between 1972 and 1975.moreless
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    Time Trumpet (2006)

    Time Trumpet (2006)

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    The documentary spoof is set 30 years in the future and looks back at the years it was made. The show mocks current art and news such as Coldplay's Chris Martin, bird flu and the congestion charge.moreless
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    Deadly 60

    Deadly 60

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    Steve Backshall travels across six continents to find the world's most dangerous animals.
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