Britain’s Most Expensive Houses
From Monday 20 December at 07:35 PM
With the Coronavirus pandemic having seen a surge of super-rich buyers leaving towns and cities, the brokers set out to sell a property in Highgate, north London, that is on the market for 40 million pounds, as well the home of former Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore on the Wirral.
Cher And The Loneliest Elephant
Tuesday 21 December at 08:30 PM
An incredible story in which superstar singer and actor Cher flies across the world during a raging pandemic to save a bull elephant from 35 years of suffered incarceration.
Cher And The Loneliest Elephant tells the incredible story in which superstar singer and actor Cher flies across the world during a raging pandemic to save a bull elephant from 35 years of suffered incarceration. This is a story of hope and dreams and testament to what we can achieve when working together. At a time when so many of us are feeling trapped in our own worlds, Kaavan’s story is a beacon of joy and hope for us all.
Lucille Ball: We Love Lucy
Tuesday 21 December at 09:30 PM
Lucille Ball didn’t just make millions of people laugh uproariously. She blazed a whole new path for women in the entertainment industry that still resonates today. Comediennes Carol Burnett, Lily Tomlin, Debra Messing and Suzanne Somers reveal to us how they were uniquely inspired by Lucy’s comic genius. But simply being funny was never enough for her. The shrewd, enterprising redhead - whose drama-filled personal life was constantly at odds with her public persona - struggled against a system created by men, all the while cementing her legacy by building an entertainment empire that would transform Hollywood as we know it.
Sesame Street: 50 Years Of Sunny Days
Wednesday 22nd December at 7:35 PM
This new feature documentary from TIME studios chronicles how, for more than five decades, Sesame Street, one of the most well-loved family TV shows of all time has been a powerful, bold, progressive force of representation, education and empowerment.
Silent Night: A Song For The World
Friday 24 December at 7:30 PM
Silent Night: A Song for the World is a musical film documentary about the creation and cultural impact of the world’s most famous Christmas carol, composed in 1818 in Salzburg. In fact, the song Silent Night caused a Christmas ceasefire in World War I. Over the last 100 years the song has been translated into 140 languages including Bing Crosby’s version which is the third best-selling single of all time. In short, the film tells the story of Silent Night with new recordings by global stars in different languages.
The Luxury Christmas Decorators
Saturday 25 December at 7:30 PM
Join Britain’s busiest and best tree trimmers and wreath hangers as they transform some of the country’s most iconic locations into stunning, one-of-a-kind winter wonderlands. From the Natural History Museum and Blenheim Palace to London’s exclusive The Lansdowne Club, cameras follow the elves of Liverpool-based business The Christmas Decorators as they tackle the unique challenges at each world-famous location, creating enchanting festive designs to wow visitors.
Saturday 25 December at 8:30 PM
For anyone who loves theatre, this contemporary history of Broadway is a pure joy! With an all-star cast, On Broadway tells the inside story of the last time Broadway came back from the brink.
As audiences prepare for the return of live theatre after an unprecedented absence of 18 months, an all-star cast tells the inside story of the last time Broadway came back from the brink. On Broadway shows how this revival helped save New York City, thanks to innovative work, a new attention to inclusion, and the sometimes-uneasy balance between art and commerce. Interviews with legends of the stage and screen, including Hugh Jackman, Helen Mirren, Christine Baranski, James Corden, Alec Baldwin, Viola Davis, and Ian McKellen take us behind the scenes of Broadway’s most ground-breaking and beloved shows, from A Chorus Line to Hamilton.