- Football Focus: August 29th 2015
- Hell on Wheels: False Prophets
- Hannibal: The Wrath Of The Lamb
- Ghost Adventures: Old Montana State Prison
- GATE: The Hakone Mountain Night Battle
- Gardening Australia: Picture Perfect – Outsmarting the Aphids – Cane Control – Country Style – FAQs – Colouring In – Time to Plant – Maidenhair Tree – Sky Food
- Did You Know Gaming?: Metal Gear Solid 5
- Canals: The Making of a Nation: Engineering
- Canals: The Making of a Nation: The Boat People
- Canals: The Making of a Nation: The Workers
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 04:56 PM PDT
Dan Walker and guests look ahead to the weekend’s football, including the fourth round of Premier League fixtures. The day’s games include a London derby between Chelsea and Crystal Palace, while Sunday’s matches see Southampton host Norwich and Swansea take on Manchester United.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 04:26 PM PDT
Cullen and Durant meet with President Grant to discuss the future of the railroad; the Swede puts his plan against the Mormons in action.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 04:26 PM PDT
In a desperate bid to slay Francis Dolarhyde, Will Graham engineers a cunning ploy utilizing Hannibal Lecter. Upon learning of his plan, Bedelia Du Maurier voices concerns that Will’s actions may not only put his life in peril, but the lives of those around him. As the end draws near, Will remains unflinching in his game with Hannibal-even when it means coming face-to-face with his own darkest fears.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 03:56 PM PDT
Ghost Adventures visits Old Montana State Prison, a place haunted today by a deadly 1959 prison riot. During the lockdown, the guys witness camera batteries inexplicably explode & fizzle acid.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 03:26 PM PDT
Itami explains everything to his ex-wife Risa, who agrees to help him by bringing Rory, Lelei and Tuka for a shopping trip the next day while Akira accompanies Piña and Bozes to the library after both of them have taken interest in Boys-Love manga from Risa. Meanwhile, Itami meets with his old friend, Defense Minister Kanou Tarou, who orders him to bring their Special Region guests to a Hot Spring Inn guarded by the Japanese SFG. As Itami’s group stays at the Inn for some fun and getting know Risa and Bozes’ crush on Akira, three different Black Ops team enter the area via the forest and battle with the SFG. When the SFG manages to identity and informs Minister Tarou that two of the Black Ops operatives are foreigners, the Japanese Prime Minister is blackmailed by the US President who wants the SFG to stop attacking his Black Ops team so they can take the Special Region guests with them. The Prime Minister orders Tarou to tell his men to stand down but not before revealing he will be resigning. As the three Black Ops team heads to the Inn, Itami deals with a drunken and aroused Rory.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 02:56 PM PDT
Picture Perfect: John explains how to use the form, colour and texture of plants to create pleasing and eye-catching combinations in the garden. Outsmarting the Aphids: Jerry shows how to fight aphids using turnips! Cane Control: Tino’s busy maintaining his raspberry canes and sowing a late crop of broad beans and spinach. Country Style: Costa explores an expansive and productive country garden that has been designed to fit perfectly with the era of the house. FAQs – Part Shade | Changing Names | Avocado from Seed: Answers to frequently asked questions from emails, letters and Facebook. Colouring In: Sophie is planting some colourful local native plants that will thrive in her waterwise driveway bed. Time to Plant: Tino explains why now is the best time to plant broad beans in cooler climates Maidenhair Tree: Jane profiles the oldest ginkgo in Australia Sky Food: Josh drops in on a high rise balcony gardener to give some pointers on how to overcome the exposed and challenging conditions to grow great productive plants.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 02:26 PM PDT
In this episode we take a look at some of the facts and Easter eggs hidden in Metal Gear Solid 5. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was first revealed at the Spike Video Game Awards in December 2012, a teased as “The Phantom Pain”, and credited to a new Swedish developer known as Moby Dick Studio. The game was later revealed to be Metal Gear Solid V, developed by Kojima Productions. Metal Gear Solid V is an open world action-adventure stealth video game, and serves as a sequel to Ground Zeroes. Set in 1984, the game follows the mercenary leader Punished “Venom” Snake, aka Big Boss, as he ventures into Afghanistan and the Angola—Zaire border to exact revenge on those who destroyed his forces.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 01:56 PM PDT
Liz McIvor tells the story of the early canal builders who struggled with the rugged terrain of England’s Pennine hills. Creating a network of canals in this landscape was an uphill challenge – sometimes literally! But connecting the powerhouses of Yorkshire and Lancashire was a great prize at the time of the industrial revolution. What should the engineers do? Should they build over, under or around the hills? Who succeeded and who struggled?
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 01:26 PM PDT
Presenter Liz McIvor tells the story of the people who operated the canal boats, carrying fuel and goods around the country. Conditions were tough, days were long. Victorian society began to grow suspicious of these ‘outsiders’ and they gained reputations for criminality, violence and drinking. But was this reputation really deserved? Liz discovers grisly canal crimes, investigates health and welfare onboard working boats, and looks at why canal children were last on the list to be offered safeguards and formal education. The Victorians eventually championed the needs of children who were forced to labour in factories and mines, but the boat children were often ignored. Liz discovers the campaigners who set out to tackle this injustice, including George Smith of Coalville, Leicestershire, and Sister Mary Ward of Stoke Bruerne.
Posted: 29 Aug 2015 01:26 PM PDT
This is the story of the men who built our canals – the navigators or ‘navvies’. They represented an ‘army’ of hard physical men who were capable of enduring tough labour for long hours. Many roved the countryside looking for work and a better deal. They gained a reputation as troublesome outsiders, fond of drinking and living a life of ungodly debauchery. But who were they? Unreliable heathens and outcasts, or unsung heroes who used might and muscle to build canals and railways? We focus on the Manchester Ship Canal – the swansong for the navvies and hailed as the greatest engineering feat of the Victorian Age. The navvies worked at a time of rising trade unionism. But could they organise and campaign for a better deal?
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