Nestled in the canopy of a beautiful old tree are a row of birdhouses of all different shapes and sizes, where Samuel Lovebird lives. With his best friend Rudy and his cute little sister Muffin, Samuel embarks on a series of colourful adventures.
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This utterly fabulous series features God’s gift to the fashion world, Edina, and her sex-mad friend Patsy, two Sixties teenagers who never grew up.
Veteran journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby reveals Africa as it is; a diverse continent that is vibrant with energy, imagination, innovation, and talent, populated by a wide range of individuals and communities who face great challenges but approach them with optimism and resolve.
Meet René, the most wanted man in Occupied France. Women want his body. The Resistance want his brain. And the Nazis want his sausage!
Join Bruce Parry on a breathtaking journey from the Amazon’s source deep in the Peruvian Andes to its vast mouth on Brazil’s Atlantic coast.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have afternoon tea with a baboon or slide on your tummy with penguins? In this programme, charismatic presenter Andy Day takes young audiences on an incredible journey into the natural world.
Over the course of one summer, Bruce Parry immersed himself in the lives of the Arctic's people. From the fishermen in the Bering Sea, to oil workers tapping the vast wealth of the Arctic reserve, to native hunters desperately clinging on to the last breath of their culture.
City economist Conor Woodman trades his way around the world. Conor believes that the principles of profit are universal wherever you go, whatever language you speak and that he can work out how to make money in every market he encounters along his route.
Swapping his Ford Cortina for an Audi Quattro, DCI Gene Hunt rolls up his sleeves and embraces the 80s in the sequel to the critically acclaimed and phenomenally popular Life On Mars.
Magic Baby Jake lives in a windmill with his mum, dad and nine older brothers and sisters. It’s a whirlwind family life with energy, play and fun – but Baby Jake has more adventures than anyone else in the windmill – if only they all knew…
This series looks at how science shapes the world around us, in an engaging and relevant way. It's about making science fascinating - and fun.
Big & Small is the story of two best friends who haven’t known each other very long. One is big and the other one is small. Together they are living proof that fun comes in all shapes and sizes.
Enter a world seen entirely from the perspective of animals including Petal the piglet, Gobo the greedy goat, Dash the thoughtful donkey, and Digger the loveable Labrador pup.
Wildlife presenters Jonathan Scott and Simon King, together with six camera teams, document the daily lives of two lion prides, two cheetah families, and a mother leopard and her cub in Kenya’s Masai Mara.
This documentary series follows the remarkable work of 'bionic vet' Noel Fitzpatrick, who is pioneering revolutionary new surgical techniques to save and improve the lives of thousands of pets from all over the UK.
Many great dynasties, strong and brave, have played a part in shaping Britain’s heritage. The Blackadders are not one of them. From cowards to cads and back again, the Blackadders have managed to seriously lower the tone of every era through which they have wended their serpentine way.
The ultimate guide to the oceans, revealing species, behaviours and habitats never seen before.
Presenters Nat and Pete take twinkle-toed toddlers through different dance routines , as they visit new locations each episode.
Boys’ Weekend brings together four of the most entertaining chefs for a weekend of fun, food adventure and good times.
Top chef and restaurateur John Torode, and food writer and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace are back, judging the cooking skills of well-known faces selected for their passion for food to see who will be crowned Celebrity MasterChef.
Charlie is seven and he looks after his little sister Lola, who is only four. With a little imagination, they manage to overcome life’s daily challenges together and learn about the world around them.
Ching-He Huang is the brightest star in modern Chinese cookery - and here she reinvents favourite Chinese dishes, in a simple, practical manner to make the most of healthy food and high street ingredients.
Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, the UK’s most dynamic and flamboyant design duo, aim to make Britain’s homes beautiful, and at the same time put their reputations as design gurus on the line.
Which host has the most charm, style and culinary skill? Find out when everyday folks throw parties – and are scored by their guests!
From flight crew to check-in, and from paparazzi to passengers, Matt Lucas and David Walliams play almost 50 characters in a gloriously magnificent mock-documentary set in an airport terminal.
Andy Dalziel is an idiosyncratic, no-nonsense copper while sidekick Peter Pascoe is an educated, thoughtful 'New Man'. The pair have a passionate commitment to justice and, despite their obvious differences, have forged an impressive crime-solving partnership - and a tentative friendship.
Full of glitz, glamour, sequins and stardom, Dancing With The Stars pairs celebrities with professional ballroom and Latin American dancers.
The events that shaped our world: from the tragedies of history to the triumphs of scientific development.
Steve Backshall’s latest adventure is a search to find the creatures others spend a lifetime avoiding.
A landmark documentary series celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 years as Head of State of the United Kingdom and Head of the Commonwealth.
Matt Smith stars as the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord for more adventures in time and space.
Behind the scenes with the production team, writers, and cast of the classic British sci-fi series.
Don't Tell The Bride gives cash to 12 couples to help them create the wedding of their dreams. But here's the catch - the bride and groom can't see each other for the month leading up to the nuptials, and the groom has to plan the whole wedding in secret.
Five multi-millionaires looking for their next big investment meet a stream of budding entrepreneurs hungry for a cash injection to turn their business dreams into reality.
Eminent climatologists think another Great Flood is inevitable if current CO2 emissions continue. But what would happen if sea levels rose to over 70 meters?
For most people the equator is just an imaginary line around the globe but, in this series, author and broadcaster Simon Reeve comes face to face with reality.
Rosie lives with her friend Raggles in the playhouse of every child's dreams. The Playhouse stands high on a hill, overlooking their favourite playground where you are sure to find Rosie and her friends; Will, Holly, Big Bear and Bluebird.
A crack team of explorers, biologists and filmmakers travel deep into the dark heart of Borneo in search of new species.
In a bit to find new species, the team venture into rainforests, savannah and mountains to explore this untouched land.
The Expedition team explores the remote rainforests, rugged mountains and raging rivers that make up the mysterious landscapes of New Guinea.
Think hanging around on set and hob-nobbing with the stars all day is easy? Prepare for some classic cameo performances by Hollywood’s finest in this comedy from Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
Ty Pennington and his Extreme Makeover design team make deserving families’ dreams come true by building them luxury homes where every sumptuous detail is just right.
Visitors stay at their own risk at the Torquay hotel run by manic, arrogant, sycophantic and sadistic Basil Fawlty.
Dan Snow presents an immersive series, going back in time to medieval London, revolutionary Paris and 19th century New York, to bring these cities’ stinking histories vividly to life.
Film legends Bryan Brown & Rachel Ward go looking for the spirit of Australia on the ultimate horseback adventure across the Outback’s last frontier.
The story of one of the most extraordinary rivers in the world, following the Ganges’ journey from mountain to sea, and revealing how it touches the lives of every living thing in India.
Gavin and Stacey are two young people who refuse to let the miles between them stand in the way of true love.
Master pâtissier Eric Lanlard celebrates some of the world’s most glamorous desserts in this mouthwatering series revealing the chef’s favourite locations and ingredients which inspired so many of his renowned dishes.
Gok Wan and his fashion side-kick Alexa Chung rip the label off fashion to prove you don’t need to spend a fortune to look fabulous.
Designer and author Kevin McCloud meets people who want something a little different out of their homes, so much so that they decide to build them themselves.
Visible from space, Africa’s Great Rift runs for thousands of miles, from the Red Sea to the mouth of the Zambezi, and is a diverse landscape of erupting volcanoes, forest-clad mountains, spectacular valleys, rich grasslands, vast lakes and mighty rivers.
A landmark portrait of the world's mightiest metropolis' revealing what gives each city its unique identity. What really makes these cities work? Griff Rhys Jones finds out by rolling his sleeves up and delving behind the scenes.
A down-to-earth series about two men, their motorcycles and the only thing they love more than their beloved bikes – food.
With access to over 500,000 hours of rare archive film, much of which appears for the first time, together with new state-of-the-art computer graphics, Heroes Of World War II examines how the contributions of a handful of individuals had a far reaching impact on the course of the war.
Heston Blumenthal sets out on a gastronomic adventure to reinvent famous period and mythical feasts for the ultimate 21st century banquets.
Gok Wan, fashion stylist to the stars, teaches women to love their bodies without resorting to extreme dieting or plastic surgery.
This epic series looks at how human beings have adapted to life in every habitat on Earth, enduring some of the planet’s harshest conditions and extreme environments from deserts to the arctic.
Hustle follows the fortunes of a gang of five expert con artists let loose on the streets of London.
In The Night Garden delves into the magical, picture-book world of a child’s imagination. The little ones will love meeting the adventurous Igglepiggle, always happy Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka – who’s always cleaning!
This series explores the lasting legacy of the Raj through the eyes of an entertainer who is also tracing his own ancestry.
Inspector George Gently is one of the few good men at Scotland Yard in the swinging sixties, his sense of public duty an increasingly rare commodity in a police force where corruption is rife.
Jack Osbourne embarks on a 5 month, worldwide adrenaline quest - but this time, he's taking a bunch of celebrities along for the ride.
James Martin is on a voyage of culinary discovery around the Mediterranean, in search of the best locally sourced produce and fresh ingredients, before cooking them up into a series of mouth-watering dishes.
Top Gear’s James May travels the globe in search of the ultimate flying machine, the best robot and alternative ways to power the planet.
James May is a man on a mission: he wants to get kids out of their bedrooms and away from their games consoles, to drag parents off their backsides and get them all playing together again.
Where does our food come from? What have scientists added? Or taken away? And does it matter? Farmer and TV personality Jimmy Doherty uncovers the science behind the food we eat.
Joanna Lumley is embarking on the trip of a lifetime; to travel and explore the River Nile, the longest river in the world, from sea to source.
Join Justin Fletcher on his many adventures, as he seeks to find fun in the most unlikely of places! Wherever he goes, Justin is ably supported (and transported) by his faithful, friendly and very funny car.
Kerwhizz is 'The Quiz with Added Whizz'. Three terrific teams answer questions to win ‘Mods’ for their racing Pods. They then shoot around a fantastic Raceworld to find out who the day's smartest, fastest team is.
Stephen Fry and Mark Carwardine set out on an adventure of a life time to track down some of the rarest and strangest animals on earth.
In a supreme test of endurance, skill and courage, six Western men journey to the most remote parts of the world to live with indigenous peoples, to train with them, and to take part in their ancient sporting festivals.
How will a group of western women cope when they are challenged to take on tribal women at their own sports and on their own turf?
Meet Rick Spleen; disillusioned stand-up comedian and writer. Hosting corporate events, appearing on daytime chat shows and fronting cheap DVDs was not what he dreamed of as a young man. And he’s stuck with a lousy stage name.
Life explores the glorious variety of life on Earth and the spectacular and extraordinary tactics animals and plants have developed to stay alive.
David Attenborough explores the world of amphibians and reptiles, a group of animals that have been around for millions of years and easily outnumber mammals and birds.
Three million years ago, our ancestors came down from the trees. Now BBC Knowledge is going back up, to observe rare primates and experience life high up in the rainforest.
Join David Attenborough on his groundbreaking exploration into a spectacular miniature universe never normally seen, but teeming all around - the bizarre, ferocious and surprisingly beautiful world of the invertebrates.
After a car crash Detective Sam Williams finds himself in 1973. Is he in a coma? Or has he really time-travelled?
Little Britain looks at the breathtaking debris of modern life and all that makes Britain, Britain.
Setting off on motorbikes from London, actor Ewan McGregor and his friend and fellow actor Charley Boorman travel through some of the most beautiful, and at times dangerous, terrain the world has to offer, en route to New York City, via Europe, Asia and Canada.
Louis Theroux investigates the elite world of well-heeled American hunters who pay top dollar for the ultimate luxury adventure; a chance to shoot big game in Africa. Lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, hippos… even rhinos are up for grabs for those with the right kind of money.
Louis investigates San Quentin, the oldest and most notorious maximum security prison in California.
Louis Theroux travels to Johannesburg, where the residents find themselves increasingly besieged by crime.
Four years ago Louis Theroux spent a summer living with the community of the Westboro Baptist Church, famed for their offensive ministry. Now Louis returns to find the family more hateful than ever.
Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers in the occupied territories in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Top chef John Torode and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace are once again on the hunt to find raw culinary talent. The contestants all want a career in cookery, but can they stand the inferno of the professional kitchen?
Double Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Junior and MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace hunt for a young chef who can make it to the top of the culinary world.
Adventurer Michael Palin sets out on a new adventure through a Europe reborn; 20 countries full of unexpected and forgotten delights.
Blackmail, intrigue, deceit, adultery and murder abound, as the dastardly goings on in the seemingly idyllic county of Midsomer are unravelled by unflappable detectives, DCI Tom Barnaby and DS Ben Jones.
Mister Maker is a real-life character who takes inspiration from everything around him to make art. Set in his own fantasy art room that he has created, anything can happen, as pictures, objects and things that he has made come to life.
Everyone’s favourite art show goes on the road! Mister Maker is out in the real world - in the Makermobile. Made from boxes, tubes and other recycled materials, the Makermobile is a hand crafted yet super-cool vehicle complete with mobile Doodle Drawers.
Learn from the experience of nurturing vegetables as Mr Bloom and his team of 'tiddlers' tend to the plants and produce in the allotment.
The Harper family brings a new meaning to the word 'dysfunction’ in this phenomenally successful family comedy.
Witness the planet’s most spectacular natural events and follow the dramatic wildlife stories behind them.
Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman and her unconventional team of ex detectives – Jack Halford, Brian Lane and Gerry Standing – reinvestigate unsolved murders and cold cases with their characteristic conflicts over procedure and rules.
Chef and renowned food fanatic Nigel Slater shares his passion for easy-to-make, delicious food in a series crammed full of practical and scrumptious ideas.
Nina And The Neurons is a fun science show where children discover how ordinary, everyday objects work.
Housemates and old fogies Tom and Roy are the ying to each other's yang. Roy is well-read, organised, clean and sensitive. Tom isn't.
Double Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell, TV presenter Ben Fogle and Doctor Ed Coats compete in one of the world’s greatest challenges – the race to the South Pole.
Outnumbered follows the battle of wills between two parents and their three young children, who are seemingly locked into a never-ending contest to see just whose patience will run out first.
Paul Merton has been bitten by the travel bug. In this series he heads behind the Bamboo Curtain to journey around the beautiful and often mysterious China
Penelope K, By The Way is an enchanting series that shows children how to love the process of learning and helps them find answers by asking questions – however ridiculous they might seem.
From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers, Planet Earth combines unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's wildest, most elusive creatures.
Mankind may have met its match as monsters from the depths of evolutionary time return to wreak havoc.
The Queen’s Palaces showcases the art and architecture, the interior decoration and the treasures stored inside the royal family's most fabulous buildings and reveals the surprising and fascinating stories behind them.
Rachel Allen proves that home cooking needn’t be bland or boring, with a host of mouth-wateringly delicious recipes that the whole family can enjoy, from snacks and starters to roasts and puds.
Multi Michelin-starred chef and larger-than-life character Gordon Ramsay takes his own brand of tough love on the road to visit a series of failing restaurants, hoping to turn them into profit-making eateries.
Gordon Ramsay tours the United States, bringing dream solutions to nightmare kitchens.
Michelin-starred chef, and star of The Restaurant, Raymond Blanc teaches home cooks how to elevate their dishes from the ordinary to the sublime, step by step.
Based on scams and cons, The Real Hustle reveals all the tricks in the book and how easy it is to become a victim.
Passionate chef Raymond Blanc is back in this highly emotional series which gives one couple a chance to realise their dream: to open and run their own restaurant.
Gary Rhodes takes a culinary trip to China accompanied by two apprentices to discover the delights of the country's food.
Top Gear star Richard Hammond travels across the US for his ultimate motor challenge - seeking out and driving the country's toughest and most extraordinary vehicles. These awesomely powerful machines have very specific jobs to do - and operating them is no easy feat, even for a confirmed motor nut like Hammond!
Just beyond the perception of our naked eyes lies an invisible world of secret forces that touches every aspect of life on Earth and shapes it in unseen ways. Now, for the first time, this hidden world is revealed.
Rick Stein, one of Britain’s most revered chefs, sets off on an epic culinary journey to explore the Far East’s diverse food cultures, which have soared to the height of popularity the world over.
Robin of Locksley returns home from defending King and country in the Holy Land, to find a corrupt and changed Nottingham.
A powerful documentary series that takes viewers out of their comfort zones and confronts them with some of America's direst social issues.
Beyond the densely populated megacities and futuristic technology of modern Japan lies a vast and little known wilderness. From secluded subtropical islands to snow covered mountains, Japan has many natural secrets to explore.
Why do global brands have such a powerful hold on consumers? This entertaining investigation reveals the tricks of the trade that keep us coming back for more.
Seven Ages of Rock explores the music that has been the soundtrack of popular culture and defined each generation since the 60s.
Sherlock can tell a software designer by his tie, an airline pilot by his thumb. He has a unique analytical brain unlike anyone else in the world, and earns his living and staves off boredom by solving crimes. The weirder and more baffling, the better.
Join Pui and Chris in a magical playground high in the sky - it's a very special place for stories, adventures and discovering the world.
Every dead body has its secrets, and the forensic pathologists of Silent Witness are determined to get to the truth.
This landmark series explores the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth, the isolation of its islands and the extraordinary journeys wildlife and humans have gone through to reach these specks of land.
Defending their country, deceiving their friends… Take a trip into the thrilling world of MI5, the clandestine security service of Great Britain, and the people who make up their elite team.
Imagine being the only survivor of a disease that kills nearly everyone you’ve ever met. You are among the lonely few to live and now you must start again in a strange new world where everything that was once safe and familiar is now strange and dangerous.
Join in the excitement with your favourite Teletubbies, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po as they have fun and explore Teletubbyland and everything around them.
The delectable Sophie Dahl brings her culinary prowess to television with a six-part cookery series, marrying her talent for storytelling with fresh, enticing recipes.
The F Word's mischievous take on the world of food combines the thrills of a hectic kitchen, celebrity interviews, investigative items and recipe based challenges.
Existing in the hinterland of law enforcement, the undercover team deal with criminals, big and small, who are outside the normal reaches of the law.
The irreverent chat show host from the Emerald Isle presents a show full of chat, comedy, celebrity gossip and general weirdness. And there’s just enough risqué material to make viewers cringe with delight.
Ciabatta, naan, foccacia and all manner of other exotic breads and pastries have become a staple in many households, but how many of us can turn out a decent loaf of bread or a Victoria Sponge?
This is the show that will turn your existing house into the home of your dreams…
Feisty Alex Polizzi draws upon generations of experience to transform struggling hotels in this fascinating, hands-on and often confrontational series.
Dr Alice Roberts travels to the ends of the Earth to trace the extraordinary beginnings of the human story in this landmark series.
David Attenborough introduces us to the most diverse group of animals ever to live on Earth.
In each episode a millionaire leaves their luxury life behind, takes on a secret identity and lives undercover in a deprived area of the UK for ten days. Here they work and volunteer alongside the locals and find individuals and projects who they think deserve a cut of their fortune.
The story of the trade in spices – and how the search for spices drove the creation of new trade routes from Europe into the East.
For over two millennia, India has been at the centre of world history. But how did India come to be? Historian Michael Wood investigates.
Dressed in austere black, presenter Anne Robinson has nine contestants to quiz, challenge and generally terrify. No one is safe under her bespectacled glare...
This revealing programme follows the different stages of a tiger’s life from playful cub to learning adolescent and ultimately to young hunting adult.
Expect more challenges, more mayhem, more cars and more celebrities in the world’s biggest car show.
Hosted by comedian Adam Ferrara, champion rally and drift racer Tanner Foust and racing analyst Rutledge Wood, Top Gear USA has all the trademarks that have made Top Gear such a success with fans all over the world.
From the pen of Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies, Torchwood follows the adventures of a team of investigators using alien technology to solve crime - some terrestrial, some not.
Tribal Wives is a six-part documentary series that takes one British woman per episode and places her with one of the remotest tribes on Earth to live for a month.
Explorer and expedition leader Bruce Parry experiences amazing tribal cultures around the world. Bruce believes there is only one way to understand a different culture – to immerse yourself in it completely.
Trish Deseine takes a look at the riches of autumn in this series showcasing the tastiest French cuisine. Exploring the south of her adopted country, Trish revels in the food and drink that distinguish the Provençal region.
Trish Deseine heads south for a gastronomic journey around the Mediterranean coast of southern France.
Simon Reeve circumnavigates the globe around the 22,835 mile long Tropic of Cancer. Visiting 18 countries, he meets amazing people, witnesses bizarre and beautiful sights, and encounters spectacular and endangered wildlife.
From sci-fi to horror stories, crime movies to fantasy, films captivate and entertain. But where does the inspiration come from? Are these stories purely fiction, or are they based on fact? True Stories unravels fact from fiction to expose the real heroes and villains.
Join Bella, Fizz, Jake and Milo for messy time, story time, song time and adventures at telly time. They encourage young children to explore and learn through songs, rhymes, games, stories and creative play,
Twenty Twelve is a mockumentary about the people paddling hard beneath the water to make the Olympics happen in London in 2012.
Want to get a whole new wardrobe and style without having to spend a penny? Discover how to breathe new life into old clothes by recycling, swapping and customising.
US TV Star Ty Pennington heads to the UK to gove the locals the 'Ty treatment'. Taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary, Ty transforms public spaces into the perfect spaces the towns have been crying out for.
In each episode a boss is challenged to go on a voyage of discovery into their own company. Their aim is to discover what's not working in the business. But whilst they’re rooting out problems, they’re also looking to find and reward hidden talent among their employees
THE TUBE goes behind the scenes of the world's oldest, biggest and busiest underground train network, during the biggest overhaul in its history.
This remarkable series takes viewers inside some of the most secretive facilities on the planet and reveals the extraordinary engineering projects that are shaping the world we live in.
The dedicated Cold Case investigators re-open unsolved murder cases in a bid to flush out the killer, and lay old files to rest.
Walking With Dinosaurs is the world's first natural history of dinosaurs. Using leading-edge computer technology and animatronics, this epic series shows dinosaurs as never before, allowing us to travel back in time to watch living, breathing dinosaurs in their natural habitat.
Wallander stars Kenneth Branagh as Kurt Wallander, a hard-working cop with a strong sense of integrity based in the small town of Ystad, Sweden.
Waybuloo blends together the magic of computer generated animation with live action footage of children in the vast world of Nara; a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings.
Rupert Penry-Jones stars in this atmospheric, brooding drama that sees a modern day police force face an age-old adversary…
Some of the UK's most popular celebrities embarks on a personal and often emotional journey to trace their ancestry, frequently unearthing long-buried family scandals and secrets along the way.
China – geographically and biologically one of the richest places on Earth. Wild China lifts the century-old veil on the world’s most mysterious and magnificent country…
Vast, exotic and awe-inspiring, the Indian subcontinent stretches from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the scorched red deserts of Rajasthan, from the lush mangrove forests of Assam to the sparkling coral reef waters of India’s eastern and western coasts, and encompasses India, Pakistan, Sikkim, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Strung out along 5,000 kilometres of the Equator, Indonesia's 17,000 islands make up the largest and most varied archipelago on earth.
The world’s leading natural history film-makers meet the world’s most charismatic animals.
For Willie Harcourt-Cooze chocolate is a passion. His obsession has led him to buy a cacao farm in Venezuela and start his own chocolate factory in Devon.
Storms three times the size of Earth coloured blood red by a vortex of dust and gases, immense volcanoes that would put Mount Everest in the shade… this mind-expanding series reveals the true and awesome beauty of our solar system.
Having explored the wonders of the Solar System, Professor Brian Cox steps boldly onto an even bigger stage - the Universe. He asks 'who are we?' And 'where do we come from?' The answers science provides are more beautiful and more profound than ever imagined.
Follow British adventurer Ben Fogle on a global journey in search of the ultimate in action adventure experiences.
On their island paradise this band of primate friends live to play music. With the help of their sloth mentor, music guru DJ Loose, they manage to create that unique sound just in time for their daily performance, ‘The Big Zing’
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe heads to Burma for economic talks - in the first visit by a Japanese PM since 1977.
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China has offered soldiers to the new UN peacekeeping mission in Mali, UN officials say.
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European aid agencies in North Korea say US financial sanctions are severely restricting their attempts to improve agriculture…