Britain's First Photo Album repeating on BBC2


Britain's First Photo Album will be repeating on BBC Two from Monday 27th Jan at 1.00pm. John Sergeant follows in the footsteps of pioneer photographer Francis Frith who, alongside his team, created some of the first photographic records of Britain. 

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is : Series 9


The ninth series of Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is will be on air from Monday 27th January every week day at 4.30pm on BBC 1. The series features TV’s best-loved antiques and collectibles dealers including Eric Knowles, Phil Serrell, Mark Franks, Jonty Hearnden and Mark Stacy competing against each other and putting their own money and reputations on the line.

Week 1 commencing Mark Franks v Phil Serrell, Week 2: Eric Knowles v Catherine Southon

Week 3: David Harper v Mark Stacey , Week 4: Jonty Hearnden v Christina Trevanion


Britain's Craziest Christmas Lights to air on Channel 5 over the Christmas Period


Narrated by the popular former Slade vocalist Noddy Holder, this documentary takes a warm-hearted look at those Christmas fanatics whose lives are fairly traditional for the most of the year but change dramatically in the run-up to the festive season.

Eschewing the typical procedure of rooting around the loft for an ageing box of decorations, our Christmas-obsessed characters plan their displays months in advance. For them, putting up the lights also involves a head for heights, questionable DIY wiring and an unshakable resolve.

This festive programme will air on 18th and 25th December on Channel 5.

Selling Houses returns to More 4


Following a successful first series for More4, Selling Houses has been re-commissioned for a second series. 
Commissioned by David Sayer for Channel 4, the 20 x 1 hour property showfronted by Amanda Lamb, sets out to give house sellers an opportunity to check out their local competition, viewing other houses in the neighbourhood that are also up for sale.In each episode, Amanda will work with three homeowners desperate to sell.  She will offer advice about what changes they need to make to ensure that they stand out from the competition. The sellers have £1000 and one week to improve their homes, having learnt valuable lessons from their rival properties. Once the makeovers are complete, one prospective buyer must decide which home they prefer.

Selling Houses will be executive produced by Alex Dundas, Reef’s Head of Popular Factual and series produced by Charley Bennett.