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Titchmarsh may refer to:

Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire village in United Kingdom

Titchmarsh is a village and civil parish in East Northamptonshire, England. The 2001 census recorded a parish population of 543 people, increasing to 598 at the 2011 Census.

Alan Titchmarsh British television show presenter

Alan Fred Titchmarsh,, HonFSE is an English gardener, presenter, poet, and novelist. After working as a professional gardener and a gardening journalist, he established himself as a media personality through appearances on gardening programmes. He has developed a diverse writing and broadcasting career.

<i>The Alan Titchmarsh Show</i> television series

The Alan Titchmarsh Show was a British daytime chat show presented by Alan Titchmarsh. It was first broadcast on ITV on 3 September 2007, and aired on weekday afternoons. The show's main focus is the "Best of British" theme with many of the shows' segments focusing on fashion, health, nature, cookery and animals.

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Ground Force is a British garden makeover television series originally broadcast by the BBC between 1997 and 2005. The series was originally hosted by Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh and was produced by Endemol for the BBC.

In mathematics and in signal processing, the Hilbert transform is a specific linear operator that takes a function, u(t) of a real variable and produces another function of a real variable H(u)(t). This linear operator is given by convolution with the function :

The National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens (NCCPG), also known as Plant Heritage, is a botanical conservation organisation in the United Kingdom and a registered charity. It was founded in 1978 to combine the talents of botanists, horticulturalists and conservationists with the dedication of keen amateur and professional gardeners. The mission statement of the organisation declares that "The NCCPG seeks to conserve, document, promote and make available Britain and Ireland's rich biodiversity of garden plants for the benefit of everyone through horticulture, education and science." Specifically, the aims of the organisation are to:


A fernery is a specialized garden for the cultivation and display of ferns.

Edward Charles "Ted" Titchmarsh was a leading English mathematician.

Convolute may refer to:

<i>Rosa</i> Belmonte

Rosa 'Belmonte' is a robust pearly blush floribunda rose, with medium scent, created by Robert Harkness of Harkness Roses at Hitchin, Hertfordshire. It was introduced at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show by the English television gardener Alan Titchmarsh in 2007. Its name is in honour of Her Excellency Donna Francesca Elbrick di Belmonte, daughter of the Prince and Princess of Belmonte, to mark the occasion of her marriage to Tristan Elbrick, the grandson of Ambassador Charles Elbrick. At the request of the Donna Francesca, proceeds from the sale of Rosa Belmonte are donated to support the work of the charity The Prince's Trust.

<i>British Isles – A Natural History</i> documentary TV series

British Isles – A Natural History is an eight-part documentary series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Originally broadcast in the UK on BBC1 from September to November 2004, it took viewers on a journey from the formation of what is now the British Isles some 3 billion years ago to the present day, revealing how natural and human forces have shaped the landscape. Each of the 50-minute episodes was followed by a 10-minute short specific to each region of the British Isles. In 2007, the BBC made a companion series about British wildlife called The Nature of Britain, also presented by Titchmarsh.

<i>The Nature of Britain</i> television series

The Nature of Britain is a nature documentary series made for British television by the BBC Natural History Unit. It was first broadcast on BBC1 in October and November 2007. The Nature of Britain was the second BBC natural history series presented by Alan Titchmarsh, following 2004's British Isles - A Natural History.

In mathematics, particularly in the area of Fourier analysis, the Titchmarsh theorem may refer to:

<i>Popstar to Operastar</i> television series

Popstar to Operastar was a British television programme in which current pop stars were trained to sing opera. The show began airing on ITV on 15 January 2010 at 9pm. The show was repeated on TV3 Ireland on Saturday evening. The programme was produced by Renegade Pictures.

Melodies for You was a long-running BBC radio music programme, broadcast on Sunday mornings until 1992 and Sunday evenings subsequently, which presented works of light popular and classical music.

Jason Isaacs is an English singer and songwriter.

Étienne Fouvry French mathematician

Étienne Fouvry is a French mathematician working primarily in analytic number theory.

Eileen Bell was an English artist and author.