Animals with Cameras Series 2 is back on BBC Earth this February as hidden cameras continue to shed light on the secret lives of iconic animals when they wander out of sight. From the mysterious lives of sharks and elephant seals, to the curious lives of flying foxes, koalas and kangaroos in Australia, unique footage captured by discreet and lightweight devices reveals extraordinary discoveries whilst helping scientists better protect wildlife.
If food is your love language, don’t miss out on Jamie Oliver: Together on BBC Lifestyle as he walks you through a collection of full feasting menus ranging from starters, to sharing plates and mouth-watering desserts designed to be enjoyed with your loved ones all year round. Step up your dinner hosting game with hacks, tips and tricks to create the perfect ambience for your guests!
Adapted from Jules Verne’s notable adventure novel, Around The World in 80 Days is a must-see for families around the world. Premiering on BBC First, the series stars David Tennant as Phileas Fogg, who takes on an almost impossible wager to circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days.
The Princes and The Press premieres on BBC Brit, an incisive documentary that unpicks a modern royal drama and tells the story of two brothers with two very different experiences. Learn how the new of generation royals navigate their relationships with the press, a powerful force in modern Britain.
Animals with Cameras Series 2
Premieres Thursday, 17th February at 8:05pm, on StarHub channel 407 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 203
Hidden cameras help scientists answer questions about the secret lives of iconic animals in the hope of better protecting these animals in the wild. When animals wander out of sight, what do they get up to? Animals with Cameras sees animals capture unique footage about their own secret lives using discreet and lightweight devices. This series explores the mysterious lives of sharks, elephant seals and turtles – and takes to the air with a squadron of gannets. And in Australia, cameras reveal the curious lives of flying foxes, koalas and kangaroos. Along the way, scientists, experts and tech specialists join Gordon Buchanan to study the footage, revealing extraordinary discoveries about these animals’ fascinating lives.
Inside The Factory Series 6
Premieres Tuesday, 1st February at 9:55pm, on StarHub channel 407 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 203
Discover the skill, scale and technology involved in the creation of your favourite foods and goods.
Gregg Wallace visits some of the largest factories in Europe to reveal the astonishing processes and machinery behind high-volume manufacturing. In this series he follows the journey of popular items such as yogurt, cider and socks from raw ingredients to finished product. Outside the factory, Cherry Healey investigates the science and innovation behind each product, while historian Ruth Goodman reveals how it was invented and popularised.
The Supervet Series 7
Premieres Friday, 25th February at 8:05pm, on StarHub channel 407 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 203
Follow the passionate orthopaedic neurosurgeon Professor Noel Fitzpatrick as he leads a team of over 200 vets, nurses, and physiotherapists to provide hope, often against all the odds, for animals who are inseparable members of their families. Taking life-saving treatments and heartfelt compassion to a whole new level with some of the most complex veterinary challenges ever seen, this series captures the raw emotion, drama and joyfulness of Fitzpatrick referrals. Noel and his team find extraordinary and innovative solutions to save life and limb, bringing hope and peace to the families who in many cases had been told their pets were beyond saving.
Expedition with Steve Backshall Series 2
Premieres Wednesday, 16th February at 9:55pm, on StarHub channel 407 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 203
Following the global success of the first series, triple-BAFTA winning wildlife expert and naturalist Steve Backshall is taking us on even more exciting adventures around the world, visiting four continents, encountering incredible wildlife and exploring more previously undiscovered natural wonders. With the help of local experts wherever he goes, Steve and his team dive into the Pacific Ocean’s darkest depths searching for the world’s biggest aggregation of sharks; trek through African jungles looking for elusive endangered gorillas; paddle the volcanic white-water of the Kamchatka Peninsula at Russia’s easternmost tip and crawl through Saudi Arabia’s unexplored lava tubes uncovering evidence of a long-forgotten world. Steve is on a global mission to discover amazing new insights and down-to-earth knowledge that could help to secure a future for the world’s wildlife.
Jamie Oliver: Together
Premieres Tuesday, 1st February at 7:25pm, on StarHub channel 432 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 255
Jamie Oliver returns to create a series of stunning menus designed to be enjoyed with friends, family and loved ones after so long apart. With a collection of full feasting menus, from nibbles and starters to sharing plates and mouth-watering desserts, each episode walks the viewer through cooking a full meal from beginning to end, providing the ultimate guide to stress-free entertaining. Alongside the food, there will also be hacks, tips and tricks to set the scene and create the perfect ambience for your guests.
George Clarke’s Old House New Home Series 7
Premieres Monday, 21st February at 9:15pm, on StarHub channel 432 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 255
George Clarke is back helping homeowners transform ageing abodes into stylish modern homes. Triumphs include bringing a listed Georgian farmhouse up-to-date with an industrial-style extension, transforming a Victorian terraced home with Japanese influences and turning a Mock Tudor Edwardian house into a modern family home. George also helps a young couple struggling with a listed 17th century cottage and another family looking to rebuild their home, and lives, after serious flooding in their beloved 1800s coach house.
Grace’s Amazing Machines Series 3
Premieres Friday, 25th February at 8:15pm, on StarHub channel 303 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 236
Motor-mad Grace Webb is back at the controls to show pre-schoolers some of the biggest, fastest and most amazing vehicles in the world.
In each action-packed episode, motorbike rider Grace introduces us to three completely different machines that all share something in common. Whether they fly, go underwater, race, or are very big, she shows us just how good they all are at doing their job. Grace has great fun trying out each vehicle as she explains how they work and what makes them move. And at the end of the show she reveals which of the three is her personal favourite. Vehicles featured this series include a solar plane, a police motorbike, a sea tractor and a carrot harvester.
Premieres Friday, 11th February, on StarHub channel 502 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 308
Adapting three of P.D. James’ international best-selling and much-loved Inspector Dalgliesh Mysteries, this exciting new crime series stars Bertie Carvel (Doctor Foster) as Inspector Adam Dalgliesh. Starting in the mid 1970’s England, the exciting new crime series is told from the perspective of P.D. James’ uniquely enigmatic detective and follows Dalgliesh’s career to present day as he solves unusual murders and reveals buried secrets.
Around The World in 80 Days
Premieres Tuesday, 1st February, on StarHub channel 502 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 308
A must-see adaptation of Jules Verne’s adventure tale for families around the world! London, 1872. On the day his world is turned upside down by a postcard from a lost love, Phileas Fogg (David Tennant) is inspired by an article about the exciting advances in travel to take on an almost impossible wager – to circumnavigate the globe in just eighty days. As a man who has spent the last twenty years in a comfortable leather armchair at The Reform Club, he will need all the resilience he can muster and of course would be nowhere without the assistance of quick-witted Frenchman, Passepartout (Ibrahim Koma). Joining them on the road will be the Daily Telegraph journalist who came up with the whole crazy idea in the first place – Abigail Fix (Leonie Benesch).
Smother Series 2
Premieres Friday, 25th February, on StarHub channel 502 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 308
The return of the intense investigative thriller about the secrets that families keep from each other and which, once shared, can tear them apart forever. Blood runs deep, but secrets run deeper. Val thinks she is safe. Someone else has taken the blame for the murder of her husband, Denis. But a knock at the door sends shockwaves through the family. Standing before them is Denis’s secret son, Finn, who until now they never knew existed. A dangerous enemy lurks in the shadows. Will all the truths that Val has fought so hard to hide finally be revealed?
The Princes and The Press
Premieres Tuesday, 1st February, on BBC Player
Two brothers, two very different experiences. Learn how the new of generation royals are navigating their relationships with modern Britain’s most powerful force – its press. Find out how a royal rebrand allowed William and Kate to define their own narrative, and how accusations of racism and harassment put Harry and Meghan at war with the tabloids. Hear from journalists and royal insiders, and discover how the role of the press is changing for the monarchy. This incisive and timely documentary unpicks a modern royal drama, and searches for definitive conclusions to its most controversial questions.
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