Ask Rhod Gilbert is a new comedy entertainment panel show that sees Rhod getting to grips with a series of burning questions posed by well-known personalities and members of the public.Each episode sees the host and his guests tackle questions and attempt to find the answers through studio demonstrations, experiments, archive clips, internet distractions, live phone calls and visual link-ups from home and around the world.
The series shows viewers how to make easy, fast and fabulous recipes.
It's a programme about everyday food for real people.
In her trademark witty, engaging and conversational style, Nigella talks the audience through the cooking process and shows how to create the perfect mood to enjoy every mouthful.
Nigella's week is a mix of fast, after-work food and more leisurely cooking at the weekend.
Professor Wiliam is a former teacher and government advisor who has spent years looking into the best ways to improve Britain's schools.
For just one term he tries out different approaches with a class of Year 8 students (12- to 13-year-olds) at a Hertfordshire Comprehensive to see whether six innovative ideas can radically change the way teachers teach and students learn.
First, he introduces a policy of "no hands up except to ask a question".
The idea is to get everyone in the class to engage, not just the handful of students who usually put their hands up to participate.
Whatever the occasion, Nigella has it covered, be it friends dropping round after work, ravenous kids who want their food now, hungry hoards at the weekend or leftovers for Monday night. TD To top Bafta-winning comic duo Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse return with a colourful variety of new characters, and one or two old favourites, in a new series.