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Bruno Tonioli to miss Strictly Come Dancing this weekend

Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli will not appear on the programme this weekend due to his busy work schedule, the BBC has said.

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Countdown

Countdown viewers overjoyed as swear word appears

Countdown viewers were left tittering in front of their TVs when a swear word cropped up during the show.

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Hit ITV dating show Take Me Out

Take Me Out looking for 'silver foxes' and 'golden girls' for over 50s special

Hit ITV dating show Take Me Out is looking for 'silver foxes' and 'golden girls' to appear in a new over 50s special.
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The girls - and nuns - of Bad Habits, Holy Orders

Bad Habits, Holy Orders - party girls turn to God in an unexpected delight

If they ever decide to do a remake of The Sound of Music, one song which will definitely need an update is My Favourite Things.

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Jack Whitehall stars in Bounty Hunters

Big Preview AND TRAILER: Bounty Hunters - Jack Whitehall interview

Funnyman Jack Whitehall and Rosie Perez star in this Sky Original Production – a new comedy thriller he has penned with the help of fellow Bad Education co-writer Freddy Syborn.

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Get spooked with Sky Cinema and Ouija: Origin Of Evil.

TV Choice: What to download or stream this week

The choice cuts from those new fangled services. . .
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House of Cards

Netflix reveals top 20 most binge-watched shows - and the results are surprising

The top 20 most binge-watched shows on Netflix in the UK have been revealed.
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Robot Wars

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

What to watch or record from the schedules this week. . .
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Steve Buscemi as Nikita Khrushchev, Jeffrey Tambor as Georgy Malenkov, Adrian McLoughlin as Joseph Stalin, Dermot Crowley as Lazat Kaganovich, Paul Chahidi as Nikolai Bulganin, Paul Whitehouse as Anastas Mikoyan and Simon Russell Beale as Lavrentiy Beria.

Cinema and TRAILER: The Death Of Stalin - cast and director interview

Soviet Russia in the 1950s isn’t the first topic that springs to mind when you think of comedy. The cast and director of The Death of Stalin tell us about treading the line between funny and tragic

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John Torode and Gregg Wallace from MasterChef

Masterchef cooks up a Guinness world record

MasterChef has been crowned the world's most successful cookery TV format.

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NickKnowles - Every Kind Of People is released on November 10.

Nick Knowles unveils his debut music video

DIY SOS host Nick Knowles has unveiled his first music video ahead of the release of his debut album.

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Mary Berry has been confirmed as a judge for the new series

BBC launch hunt for Britain’s Best Cook

The BBC is looking for Britain’s best cooks, to roast, boil and and bake it off in a new prime-time TV show.
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GBBO’s Martha Collison creates four-minute recipes to fill ad breaks

The return of the nation’s favourite baking show has seen the nation dust off their utensils and get back into the full spirit of the tent – but there’s one big difference this year that has everyone talking. The advert breaks.

Eating Out
Some slogans are as famous as the films

What is the best ever film slogan?

To mark the release of the Radio Times Guide to Films 2018, the magazine has launched a poll to find the nation's favourite film slogan.

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George Michael

George Michael fans overwhelmed by 'heartbreaking' documentary

Music fans have declared Channel 4's documentary about George Michael a triumph, but said watching it "shattered" their hearts.

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Comedian Sean Hughes

Comedian Sean Hughes dies aged 51

Irish stand-up comedian and actor Sean Hughes has died aged 51, his management has confirmed.

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Louis Theroux looks at the drug epidemic blighting post-industrial America

Louis Theroux sheds light on the dark side of the American dream

If Louis Theroux ever turns up on your doorstep, you know you must be in trouble.

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Joe McFadden and Katya Jones at a studio in London during rehearsals

Strictly's Joe McFadden would love to get his kilt on for Halloween week

Strictly Come Dancing's Joe McFadden has told how he would love to don his kilt for a punk rock-inspired Halloween dance.

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BBC set new comedy quota after viewers say its shows are too traditional

BBC set new comedy quota after viewers say its shows are too traditional

At least 75% of all programming on BBC1 and BBC2 must be original productions from next year, Ofcom has said.
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The Deuce is on Sky Atlantic.

TV Review: The Deuce

It’s filthy, frequently funny and has a fantastically funky soundtrack - what am I talking about? Why, The Deuce, of course, Sky Atlantic’s grubby new drama which roots around the highways and byways of the New York prostitute and porn business back in the early 70s.
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