It was a programme designed to instigate hypochondria in anyone who enjoys a beer or two and it had the stats to back it up. There has been a recent percent rise in liver damage in the under s and a 20 percent rise in resultant deaths. Of course she has a point, but is it all so bleak? Healey is one of the everywoman presenters favoured by BBC3 despite a proper aristocratic background and has previously majored in light docs about dating, marriage, love and self-image. Visibly pregnant and easily likeable, she coaxes life stories from a series of damaged individuals whose worlds have been smashed to pieces by alcohol. Jo from Middlesbrough looks as pregnant as Healey due to massive fluid retention caused by liver damage. Healey successfully paints a picture of a nation gradually turning toxic. Is she implying such sales should stop? Back in the Nineties, when rave culture was on the rise, the consumption of alcohol dropped as ecstasy became the drug of choice for young people.
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Goldwasser also had a profile on Bear Nation by the same name. Truth Wins Out does not engage in the outing of people participating in ex-gay programs unless there is overwhelming hypocrisy, exchange of commerce, and the threat of harm to LGBT youth. The Goldwasser outing passes all three tests. According to the Declaration: In one section, homosexuality, which is not a mental health disorder or disease, is casually pathologized and compared to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Two people with SSA can be completely different in every other aspect of their lives and psychological makeup and cannot be grouped solely based on their common challenge.
Surely Radio One didn’t come first? The BBC, having television stations 1 and 2, decided to be terribly imaginative when re-naming their radio stations! L Smith, Edinburgh, Scotland In the late s. Radio 2 maintained the same sort of output as the Light Programme, whereas Radio 1 became the first BBC station officially to broadcast pop, rock and soul rather than Housewives’ Favourites and James Last. When the pirate radios of the s were so successful at broadcasting pop and rock music, sadly lacking on the BBC, they responded by creating Radio 1.
Ice from three of the UK’s biggest coffee chains has been found to contain bacteria from faeces, according to a BBC investigation. Samples of iced drinks from Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe.
The series, hosted by Paul Martin, has been a regular on the channel since with more than 1, episodes, but it will be removed to make room for six new commissions to “modernise” the daytime schedule, the broadcaster said. A BBC spokeswoman said: The Antiques Roadshow-style programme sees members of the public having their antique items appraised by experts before being given the option to sell them at auction.
The six new commissions previously confirmed to be airing on BBC One later this year include a programme about Britain’s housing crisis, and a business-based series focused on new inventions. Britain’s Housing Scandal will shine a light on the , domestic properties that are said to remain empty despite an estimated families becoming homeless every day, according to housing charity Shelter. Watchdog and Fake Britain host Matt Allwright will expose the nation-wide crisis across the five-part series, while trying to pair empty houses with people in need.
Read More The Customer Is Always Right will see each episode focus on three entrepreneurs, all in their first year of starting, who are trying to launch their inventions, ranging from pet accessories to home and garden tools.
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The technology is accelerating the previously highly labour-intensive process of sifting through over , TV shows dating back to This is far from being an academic exercise for the BBC, given the expectation of a continued real-terms decline in its license fee income its dominant source of revenue. The immediate priority is to get more content into market, with monetisation likely to come later. The BBC is also pursuing a technology lead in concepts that underpin a new era in content discovery and, potentially, content personalisation.
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The treatment that I am complaining about is the unjust and unfair presentation of my person, my methods and my work in this programme in order to create the impression that I am an intellectual fraudster, that I have put forward half-baked theories and ideas in bad faith, and that I am incompetent to defend my own arguments.
Lest there be in any doubt about the way that others have perceived these matters I draw the Commission’s attention to the following: This leaves Hancock groping irritably for justifications to excuse glaring inaccuracies in his work. The whole exercise is, in the end, rather embarrassing as he fails to address flaws in his argument pinpointed by astronomers.
We were treated to a calm and methodical dismantling until Mr Hancock was reduced to mumbling lame excuses” 3 A member of the public contributing a review of my book “Fingerprints of the Gods” to Amazon. However after watching Horizon a few weeks ago which looked more closely at the layout of the Pyramids, and Hancock’s admission that ” I’m not so convinced about Antarctica anymore” I’m back to being a sceptic. The biggest problem with the whole thing is that the stars in Orion’s belt which are key to the book’s section on the pyramids’ layout are actually laid out upside down to the way he says in the book.
Perhaps Hancock hoped we wouldn’t notice.
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Documentary evidence provided in the film strongly suggests that the American Rachel Corrie – and two British activists – were murdered. Last spring, within a period of seven weeks, one British and one American peace activist were killed by the Israeli army in Rafah, a Palestinian town at the southern end of the occupied Gaza Strip. A second Briton was shot in the head leaving him brain-dead. In two of the cases the Israeli army is being blamed for murder; the third is considered “attempted murder.
British photographer Tom Hurndall, 22, was left brain dead after being shot in the head by an Israeli soldier on April
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The show is presented by television actress Caroline Quentin and filming started in April last year and finished in November, when the six-bedroom home was stripped back to its timber skeleton. This house called out to me. It has been a rockier road than I thought it would be but there is always a way. There was nothing holding up the building. It was in a sorry state. She has two sons and three grandchildren.
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Order Reprint of this Story November 01, What they got was something else entirely. These lies prompted people to send nude photos and their money to four people in South Carolina — two of whom were in prison at the time, according to an indictment. The scheme involved meeting people on the dating site.
10 October Allegations from 13 more women are published in the New Yorker magazine, including three accusations of rape, which Weinstein strongly denies.; Actress Asia Argento and a former.
The new three-part comedy which begins this Friday evening on BBC One NI focuses on a fictional team of border patrol officers in Northern Ireland in the not-too-distant future where Brexit has led to a soft border. Soft Border Patrol series producer Marie McDonald, centre, out on location with colleagues, during filming for the new series Producer Marie McDonald explained how the show courted controversy before it even reached the small screen.
One of the days we were filming a couple of members of the public spotted some of the branded cars and it was all up on Twitter and Facebook and people were thinking it was real. When I think of it now it was insane — how much time it took up, how people were held up, how you had to get ready an hour early to go anywhere. Man wanted in connection with double murder is granted bail The most recognisable members of the cast include Hollyoaks actress Karen Hassan and comedian Neil Delamere.
Marie said she hoped the show could emulate the success of Derry Girls — a show which she said was important in showcasing the Northern Ireland sense of humour to the rest of the UK.
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James Rodger Head of Trends Producers at the Beeb want Birmingham singletons for the new dating show. The brand-new dating show will look to hook Brummies up with a hot date. It’s set to be fronted by up-and-coming online star Yung Filly. The show allows contestants to snoop around their potential date’s homes and meet their friends and family before they actually meet them. The show – called Hot Property – will see the contestant then decide if they’d like to go on a date with them based on what they dig up and through chats with their loved ones.
Do you have chemistry on the dance floor? According to the BBC, each episode kicks off with Yung Filly showing the singleton an item owned by five possible dates. Once the contestant narrows the choices down to three, they get to start exploring.