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Joe Lycett to host new Saturday night game show on BBC One

Joe Lycett is creating a new BBC Saturday night game show based around the time it takes to complete silly tasks.

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No aircraft allowed

Could you travel to The Far East without stepping on a single plane?

Studio Lambert, the award-winning television company behind Gogglebox, are seeking people with a keen sense of adventure to take part in a trans-global race for a cash prize.
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Owen (Sion Alun Davies) and Cadi John (Sian Reese-Williams) in Hidden, the new Welsh police drama on BBC4

Hidden - Cracking crime capers from Cymru

A few years ago, the big new trend on TV was Scandi-noir.

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Careful now..

Insurance claims for broken TVs 'could jump as World Cup excitement takes hold

World Cup fever could coincide with a spike in insurance claims for broken TVs, figures suggest.
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Victoria & Abdul on Sky Cinema.

TV Choice: Streaming and downloading

Get away from the World Cup and online with these great shows... From Saturday June 16.
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England take on Tunisia

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

It's a packed week on the schedules - here's our pick from Saturday June 16.
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Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters in Bulletproof on Sky One.

TV Highlight: Series Finale of blistering Bulletproof

Bulletproof, Sky One & NOW TV, Tuesday, 9pm

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Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse

Big Preview: Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse on Gone Fishing

Two of the nation's favourite comedians tour some of the UK's finest riverbanks in their new show, Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing. As they are old friends, the result is candid chats, personal revelations - and plenty of laughs - as Georgia Humphreys discovers.

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Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Fallout

Movies AND TRAILER: 10 summer blockbusters you won't want to miss

Long-awaited Pixar sequels, nail-biting action movies and the all-female Ocean's 8 - plenty of exciting blockbusters are arriving in cinemas over the next couple of months. Georgia Humphreys has the low-down.

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Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field

Are Robbie Williams and his wife about to join the X Factor as judges?

Robbie Williams and his American actress wife will join The X Factor as judges, according to reports.
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Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer

Mortimer and Whitehouse thrilled to shrug off comic personas for new series

Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer said they enjoyed just being themselves and not having to adopt their usual comic personas for their new TV series.

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Former Eastenders actor Leslie Grantham 'fighting for his life in hospital'

Former EastEnders star Leslie Grantham is fighting for his life, according to reports.
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Humans on Channel 4.

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

There is other stuff apart on telly apart from football and here's five picks from Saturday June 9.
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ITV's Team: Mark Pougatch is joined in the Moscow studio by Gary Neville, Lee Dixon, Ian Wright and Slaven Bilic, with pitch-side inserts from Jacqui Oatley, Ryan Giggs and Eni Aluko and commentary from Clive Tyldesley.

TV Highlight: The World Cup

Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 Coverage on BBC & ITV from Wednesday June 13.
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Ryan Gosling stars in Blade Runner 2049

TV Choice: Streaming and downloading

It's not scary, it's the future of television! Get involved... From Saturday June 9.
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Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and friend.

Movies AND TRAILER: Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard on Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are back together in the Jurassic World sequel but, as they tell Laura Harding, they can't get their kids to care.

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Ash Palmisciano as Matty

Drama ahead as Hannah Barton returns to Emmerdale as a man

Emmerdale's Barton family will face an emotional crisis as Hannah Barton returns to the village - as a man named Matty.

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Afua Hirsch, and Churchill impersonators, in The Search for Britains Heroes

The Battle for Britain's Heroes - A lifeless look at dark history

For inanimate objects, statues have been at the centre of a lot of controversy recently, as The Battle for Britain’s Heroes (Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm) highlighted. People have even died – in Charlottesville, West Virginia – in violence surrounding protests over statues of controversial figures.

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Frankie Boyle hunts football hooligans in Russia ahead of World Cup

Frankie Boyle travelled to Russia to explore the myths and stereotypes surrounding the country before it hosts this summer's World Cup.

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Matt LeBlanc who will leave Top Gear after the next series

Matt LeBlanc to drive away from Top Gear after next series

Matt LeBlanc will leave Top Gear after the next series.

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