Winter is on the way and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is once again making the most of local and seasonal fare. Revelling in all that is coming good in the garden, Hugh draws warmth from his chillies, comfort from his pumpkins and pleasure from his potatoes. The sea, the coast and the hedgerows also provide plenty for the River Cottage menu; squid, mullet and crab, horseradish, mustard and sloes are all celebrated either on a plate or in a jar.
As canções que você fez pra mim "The Hidden Cameras - Do I belong?"
David Attenborough returns to our screens with a landmark BBC natural history series co-produced by The Open University. Life features extraordinary footage of some of the most unusual creatures, and behaviour, on the planet.
As canções que você fez pra mim "The Hidden Cameras - Underage"
Dan Cruickshank investigates the circumstances and rituals surrounding death in Victorian Britain by piecing together the fate of five apparently unrelated corpses. The story he uncovers is one of bizarre extremes - of bodysnatchers and the bodies they snatched; of inner-city graveyards so overflowing that the limbs of the dead could be seen protruding from the newly dug earth; of the great new cemeteries where a tomb cost as much as a terrace of houses in east London; of the suspicious resistance which greeted the 'heathenish' practice of cremation; and of the carnage of the Western Front where Victorian ideals about death - and the afterlife - were finally shattered by the violence of the Great War.