Tv-Tablå för BBC Nordic lördag

BBC Nordic är en populär tv-kanal som erbjuder en riklig dos av underhållning och dokumentärer för tittare i Norden. Här hittar du hela Tv-tablån för BBC Nordic idag och kommande vecka.

TidProgram
05:10

Bridge of Lies

Ross Kemp presents as a team of four friends and work colleagues, Joe, Liz, Jamie and Nichola, take on the Bridge of Lies.

05:55

Universe: The Making Of

The making of `Universe'.

06:00

Spectacular Earth

In Arizona, lightning strikes from so high above the ground, through such clear air, that it creates the perfect conditions for the most electrifying show on Earth.

06:50

QI

Sandi Toksvig kicks off the `N Series' by naming names. With Cariad Lloyd, Romesh Ranganathan, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.

07:25

QI

Sandi Toksvig looks at the north and the Norse with Lucy Beaumont, Jason Manford, Rhod Gilbert and Alan Davies.

07:55

QI

Sandi Toksvig hosts a nosey, noisy episode with Aisling Bea, Corey Taylor, Ross Noble and Alan Davies.

08:25

QI

Sandi Toksvig considers some noteworthy noble rot with Jeremy Clarkson, Sara Pascoe, Jason Manford and Alan Davies.

08:55

QI

Sandi Toksvig hosts with guests Gyles Brandreth, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.

09:25

Serengeti

As tensions rise, it's a dangerous time to be born. Old enemies cause trouble for the lions and baboons, while the hyenas make life hard for the jackals and the leopard cubs.

10:25

Spectacular Earth

In Arizona, lightning strikes from so high above the ground, through such clear air, that it creates the perfect conditions for the most electrifying show on Earth.

11:20

Bridge of Lies

Ross Kemp presents as a team of four family members, Shellie, Scott, Lara and Piers, take on the Bridge of Lies.

12:05

Bridge of Lies

Ross Kemp presents as a team of four family members, Zulfi, Rabiya, Sun and Saj, take on the Bridge of Lies.

12:50

The Great British Sewing Bee

Eight sewers return to the sewing room to take on delicate lingerie. The three demanding challenges require the sewers to work with the fiddliest of pattern pieces and the most delicate fabric. First they follow a pattern for a bra which proves testing for even the most dextrous of sewers, requiring precision engineering and some of the smallest pattern pieces ever seen in the sewing room.

13:45

The Great British Sewing Bee

Patrick and Esme set the seven remaining sewers the challenge of tackling techniques and garment styles from other cultures and continents. First up, they face a fiendishly hard-to-follow pattern for a Chinese Qipao-style top. This complex garment has an asymmetrical neckline, fiddly zip insertion and is made in a fabric that frays - not a challenge for the faint-hearted.

14:40

The Great British Sewing Bee

This week the sewing room is transported back to the 1960s as the six remaining sewers revive vintage garments, take on time-honoured techniques and wrestle with antique equipment in an attempt to show Patrick and Esme they deserve a place in the quarter-finals.

15:30

Antiques Roadshow

Fiona Bruce and the team visit the spectacular Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, where items brought along include an early FA Cup medal and a valuable art nouveau clock. Looking at the history of the castle, Fiona Bruce uncovers the story of Scipio Kennedy, a former slave who won his freedom and went on to establish himself at the heart of the local community.

16:25

Antiques Roadshow

The show returns to the stunning setting of Newby Hall in Yorkshire, where treasures include a letters sent by Roald Dahl to a primary school and a Chippendale chair worth a king's ransom.

17:15

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben ventures to Central America and a remote island off the coast of Panama. His host Jaimie is an inventor, who has built a unique home and an unconventional family to create his own wild utopia. Ben gets stuck into island life.

18:00

Mammals

For millions of years, mammals have evolved to master every environment on Earth, but the planet is changing rapidly, all thanks to one mammal in particular: humans. As mankind reshapes the world, mammals must change with it if they are to survive.

18:50

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Power through the Peak District at full steam, pulled by the Royal Scot, one of the finest locomotives ever built. In the Peak District, climb the famous Stanage Edge and meet the man who dedicated his life to restoring heather to the moors, local farmer Geoff Ayre, aka the heather doctor.

19:40

QI

`QI' is a `quite interesting' quiz show in that correct answers are not necessarily the goal. Responding to presenter Sandi Toksvig's mostly obscure questions in a funny or interesting way, regardless of whether the response includes a right answer, is what scores points. Points are deducted if answers merely repeat common misconceptions and urban myths. It's OK to be wrong, but don't be obviously, boringly wrong. Toksvig welcomes to each episode a four-person panel made up of comedians, writers and broadcasters, plus permanent guest Alan Davies.

20:10

QI XL

Sandi Toksvig dusts off her tinfoil hat for a look at ufology with Cally Beaton, Nish Kumar, Tom Ward, and Alan Davies.

20:40

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Jon Richardson and Joe Wilkinson take on guest captain Kevin Bridges and Jessica Knappett. With Dr John Cooper Clark in Dictionary Corner.

21:30

Live at the Apollo

The magnificent Jen Brister introduces comedians Esther Manito and Adam Rowe to the stage.

22:15

Michael McIntyre's Big Show

Michael is joined by singing superstars Michael Bublé and chart-topper Rita Ora. Husband and wife presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford take part in a double Send to All, and Michael is in Essex for The Midnight Gameshow.

23:05

Later ... with Jools Holland

Joining Jools are Norwegian singer Sigrid, Paul Weller, Nigerian-born and London based singer Jacob Banks, Dublin indie folk outfit Villagers, blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa, BRIT school dropout Octavian and Spanish singer Rosalía.

00:10

Louis Theroux Interviews

Louis Theroux meets controversial rock star Pete Doherty, spending time with him at his home in Normandy and on the road with his notorious band, the Libertines. In a candid encounter, Louis joins Doherty at a transformative juncture in his life.

00:55

QI

`QI' is a `quite interesting' quiz show in that correct answers are not necessarily the goal. Responding to presenter Sandi Toksvig's mostly obscure questions in a funny or interesting way, regardless of whether the response includes a right answer, is what scores points. Points are deducted if answers merely repeat common misconceptions and urban myths. It's OK to be wrong, but don't be obviously, boringly wrong. Toksvig welcomes to each episode a four-person panel made up of comedians, writers and broadcasters, plus permanent guest Alan Davies.

01:30

QI XL

Sandi Toksvig dusts off her tinfoil hat for a look at ufology with Cally Beaton, Nish Kumar, Tom Ward, and Alan Davies.

02:00

Live at the Apollo

The magnificent Jen Brister introduces comedians Esther Manito and Adam Rowe to the stage.

02:45

Michael McIntyre's Big Show

Michael is joined by singing superstars Michael Bublé and chart-topper Rita Ora. Husband and wife presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford take part in a double Send to All, and Michael is in Essex for The Midnight Gameshow.

03:40

Later ... with Jools Holland

Joining Jools are Norwegian singer Sigrid, Paul Weller, Nigerian-born and London based singer Jacob Banks, Dublin indie folk outfit Villagers, blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa, BRIT school dropout Octavian and Spanish singer Rosalía.

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