It’s Friday fun day, so today we have built a list of fun & high energy shows for you! Lets get that Friday feeling & kick off the weekend in style.
Friday Fun Day!
Self-confessed romantic Ashley Banjo plays cupid and attempts spark romance between strangers through dance. The singletons will be taught a dance routine over 4 days created by the Diversity star and will only meet for the first time when they are paired to dance.
Ashley Banjo – “Something electric happens when two people dance with each other and that could ignite a spark of passion between them.” Will sparks ignite or will it be their last dance?
Watch the trailer here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B7On8uyBDGp/
The Speedshop follows ex Special Forces mobility specialist Titch Cormack and his team, together they take on mechanical challenges to convert broken and battered vehicles into beautiful, bespoke machines.
The show features a brand new format in which the team combine their two biggest passions -engineering & adventure. Episode one see’s the team build a specially adapted motorcycle for parachute regiment soldier Chris, who just a few weeks earlier had his right leg amputated. Titch and his team then take off on a challenging off-road ride across the Alps with Chris who is determined to prove that his new amputation won’t hold him back.
Where to watch: BBC iPlayer
Duration: 12 x 30 mins (Series)
“Half my life I’ve been Captain Beany… and I’ll tell you what, it’s the greatest feeling going”
Captain Beany is the alter ego of Barry Kirk, a 64 year old man living in a small town in South Wales. Thirty years ago, Barry took the most ordinary household item, a tin of baked beans, and turned it into his own extraordinary alternative reality.
Over two series from BBC Current Affairs, Simon Reeve embarks on an epic journey through the Americas, travelling across two continents. Series 1 sees Simon make his way from Alaska to Costa Rica.
The Americas with Simon Reeve is a grand adventure that will explore parts of the Americas few outsiders or even locals get to see; covering some of the most dramatic and extreme landscapes on the planet – from the freezing mountains of Alaska to the potently humid jungles of southern Mexico. The show will be spread across two series, both with 5 episodes each.
Where to watch: BBC iPlayer.
Duration: 26 x 30 mins (2 Series)
Mr Bean: Animated Series
The Animated Series heralds a new era for one of the UK’s most successful characters of all time. Rowan Atkinson worked on the transformation to animated character and acted out every episode in front of the cameras so that the animators could capture the unique movement of Britain’s most infamous character.
Where to watch: ITV Hub
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