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Britains Favourite Dogs Top 100 2018 HDTV x264-JIVE

Sara Cox and Ben Fogle reveal the top 100 dog breeds in Britain, having surveyed 10,000 people on the type of canine they own. Famous faces including Geri Halliwell, Simon Gregson, Gabby Logan, Michael Ball, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby introduce viewers to their four-legged friends, and Prince Harry also makes an appearance during the countdown.

Alongside the doggy popularity contest that is this mammoth, two-and-half-hour countdown, there are the obligatory celebrity talking heads. Phillip Schofield, Holly Willoughby, Michael Ball, Gabby Logan, Gok Wan and even Prince Harry are among those revealing all about their own mutts, while we also hear inspiring stories of canine bravery that pack a real emotional punch.


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Britains Brightest Family S01E01 720p HDTV x264-QPEL

A brand new quiz features sixteen brilliantly bright families taking part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain's Brightest Family.

Season 01, Episode 01
The contestants go up against each other to answer a series of questions involving literacy, numeracy, problem-solving and general knowledge skills, with each team nominating a family member to answer the questions, proving how well they all know each other's strengths and weaknesses.


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Britains Wildest Weather 2017 HDTV x264-PLUTONiUM

Britain's Wildest Weather examines the extreme weather that hit the country in 2017, hears the amazing experiences of the people caught up in it, and finds out why such erratic weather batters Britain



Secret History S16E04 Britains Forgotten Army HDTV x264-PLUTONiUM

Season 16, Episode 4 - "Britains Forgotten Army"
But now, recently released MoD files reveal that, far from being absent, the RAF were suffering massive losses supporting the evacuation.



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Britains Killer Kids S01E04 Michael Hamer HDTV x264-SHRPY

Season 1, Episode 4 - "Michael Hamer"
Jo Frost looks at what motivated a 14-year-old boy to murder his schoolmate after luring him to his house with a faked letter from a teacher.


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Britains Killer Kids S01E02-E03 HDTV x264-SHRPY

Season 1, Episode 2 - "James Fairweather"
In the early hours of Saturday March 29th 2014, the body of Jim Attfield was found lying in Colchester's Castle Park. The father of five had been stabbed 102 times. Three months later, 31 year old Saudi Arabian student, Nahid Almanea was attacked in broad daylight on the Salary Brook Trail. Both victims suffered multiple wounds and were stabbed in the eyes. Nearly a year later another attack was thwarted. This time the police caught the suspected serial killer, only to discover it was a 15 year old boy called James Fairweather. In this episode, Jo Frost speaks to Jim Attfield's mum Julie Finch, criminologist Liz Yardley, neuroscientist Dr Francesca Happe and criminal justice expert Malcolm Stevens to find out, what leads a teenage boy to start killing strangers?

Season 1, Episode 3 - "Sharon Carr"
On the 7th of June 1992, 18 year old hairdresser Katie Rackliff was found brutally stabbed to death in Farnborough, Hampshire. Police assumed the ferocity of the murder which had left her body mutilated must have been committed by a man. It would take four years for the police to discover the shocking truth. Katie's killer had in fact been a 12 year old girl called Sharon Carr. More than two decades after this horrific crime, over 40 people contacted were still too scared and disturbed to speak about it on camera. To find out why, Jo Frost hears from crime reporter Paul Cheston and speaks to criminologist Liz Yardley, neuroscientist Dr Francesca Happe and criminal justice expert Malcolm Stevens in an attempt to understand how someone so young could become a sadistic killer.


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MP4 | AAC VBR | 371MB

Britains Lost Masterpieces S02E04 HDTV x264-TVC

Season 02, Episode 04 - "Arbroath"
Hospitalfield House in the fishing town of Arbroath on Scotland's east coast is a Victorian treasure trove. The couple who owned this great house back in the 19th century were obsessed with the decorative arts, and Hospitalfield is full of ornate carved ceilings, sculpted fireplaces, exquisite plasterwork and stonework carved by master masons. It's still a place where artists work today and it has a fine picture collection. Among the many Victorian paintings, could a mysterious 16th century portrait by one of the great Old Master artists lie waiting to be discovered?


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Britains Lost Masterpieces S02E03 HDTV x264-TVC

Season 02, Episode 02 - "Carmarthenshire County Museum"
Carmarthenshire County Museum is a slice of history in itself. The building that houses it has been in continuous use since the 13th century, once a Bishop's palace it was where the Bible was first translated into Welsh. But could it also be home to some mysterious cases of mistaken identity and two lost paintings from the time of Charles II? Dr Bendor Grosvenor and Emma Dabiri travel to Carmarthenshire to investigate two intriguing portraits of a local nobleman and his wife, the Earl and Countess of Carbery, possibly painted by the great Sir Peter Lely in the 17th century. Yet all is not as it seems: Bendor has a hunch that one of the portraits is by another hand. Could the portrait of the Countess be a lost work by Mary Beale, Britain's first commercially successful female artist? While Bendor gets to grips with the badly damaged portrait of the Earl, Emma traces the story of how he survived the Civil War, how Mary Beale was written out of the history books, and discovers how the cross-dressing men of the Rebecca Riots stormed Carmarthen.


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Britains Teenage Drug Runners 2017 720p WEB h264-WaLMaRT

London is getting crowded. For the capital's drug dealers, it's a tough market. Gangs compete for shrinking territories while dodging police officers who know their faces and movements well.

But travel outside the capital and it's a different story.

In the countryside, these gang members are less to the authorities. There are fewer rivals and demand is high. This situation is being exploited by several urban gangs, giving rise to the 'country lines' phenomenon.

Urban gangs are sending junior members to market towns or coastal villages, where they run increasingly sophisticated drug dealing franchises. The gangs recruit local rural children to do the grunt work while senior gang members manage operations from their London headquarters. Put simply, they're expanding.


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Britains Lost Masterpieces S02E02 Derby WEB-DL x264-JIVE

Season 02, Episode 02 - "Derby"
Along with a hippo skeleton, a stuffed hedgehog and a log boat, Derby Museum has the best collection of Joseph Wright of Derby paintings in the world. Wright of Derby is one of the greatest English artists who ever lived. He painted the most astounding 'birth of science' scenes, his landscapes and portraits are exquisite and he was inspired by the Industrial Revolution.But can our team peel back layers of modern restoration on a mysterious landscape painting stuck in the Derby vaults to reveal another hidden masterpiece by Wright of Derby? Dr Bendor Grosvenor and Emma Dabiri travel to Derby to investigate a painting which suffered industrial scale restoration in the 1970s. Can it be saved and carefully restored now? While Bendor travels to Italy to find where the landscape may have been painted, Emma investigates Derby as the cradle of the Industrial Revolution and the 'lunar-tics' of the Midlands who changed the world through science and philosophy.


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Britains Lost Masterpieces S02E01 Glasgow HDTV x264-TVC

Season 02, Episode 01 - "Glasgow"
Pollok House is a country house right in a Glasgow city park, owned by Glasgow City Council and looked after by the National Trust for Scotland. It has a collection of Spanish art, the legacy of the man who once owned the house, Sir William Stirling-Maxwell. Unfortunately, some of its treasures have been placed in storage due to a leaking roof and renovations. But could one of these displaced pictures be a priceless lost work by Rubens? The painting's subject is George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, the gay lover of James VI of Scotland. While Bendor squares up to a rival portrait in Florence which claims to be the real Buckingham portrait by Rubens, Emma finds that Stirling-Maxwell had a secret family in Jamaica and that sugar and tobacco built Glasgow long before shipbuilding was its major industry.


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Britains Greatest Bridges S01E01 HDTV x264-PLUTONiUM

The Forth Rail Bridge has grown to symbolise Scotland, but, as Rob Bell discovers, this engineering achievement was born from tragedy and paid for in blood.

Season 01 , Episode 01 - "The Forth Rail Bridge"
Rob Bell reveals the stories behind the constructions of British bridges, beginning with the Forth Rail Bridge.



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