Classic car fanatic Mark Evans goes in search of the world’s most exclusive car: the Jaguar Lightweight E Type. This is a car that no amount of money can buy, you have to be invited to purchase it. When Jaguar made the original Lightweight E Type in 1963, it was the most advanced sports car the world had ever seen. 18 were planned but only 12 were ever built. Now, half a century later, Jaguar is finishing what it started. But, so prestigious are these vehicles, no-one knows who the owners are. In this film, Mark goes on a detective journey to demystify the legend of the Lightweight E Type as well as trying to meet the UK-based owners who are lucky enough to drive them.
Ambitious ideas, the tightest of budgets and a desperate need for fresh ideas united the projects that Kieran Long and architect Piers Taylor followed on The House that £100K Built. Those homes were never quite finished but the owners have had to move in. So, two years later, Piers is returning to tackle a final set of challenges. With unexpected design dilemmas to solve, all on a shoestring budget, it's now or never as they battle to complete their homes for good.
Laughed at when he announced the discovery of the elixer of life, a scientist Professor Expedito Vitus devotes himself to the reconstitution of a map which has been divided into eight parts. The owners of these parts are being mysteriously murdered. Thanks to this map, he ends up making the most important archaeological discovery of the century: the tomb of Runamb, the Mummy, in the sands of Egypt. Back in Brasil, the professor brings the Mummy back to life, who was actually a dangerous psychopathic murderer obsessed with the image of Nadja, the dancer who had turned him down.