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Zoe Ball, Philip Schofield and Andi Peters are among those to have presented Broom Cupboard in the past.
The magician is used to people screaming and running away, but this time he got a response he wasn't expecting.
Sofa distancing: how coronavirus has transformed British TVFrom a non-toxic Question Time to the broadcasting hub that is Steph McGovern’s living room, the current moment is influencing everything on the airwaves – perhaps for good
Oliver Dowden said he would be contacting the media regulator to find out what action they are taking over the London Live interview.
“Modern Family” may be one of the most popular comedies of the past decade, but the last day on set was nothing but tears.
Cash for questions: what's next for big-money gameshows?Judith Keppel was the first person to scoop Millionaire’s top prize back in 2000. Since then, cash has dried up, even if our appetite for huge prizes hasn’t
Brews Brothers review – Netflix sitcom has promise but little charmA crude, laugh-free 30-minute sitcom about craft beer-brewing siblings tries and fails to emulate It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
TV tonight: escape into deep space with the Red Dwarf crewThe kooky sci-fi sitcom returns with a feature-length adventure. Plus: street magician Dynamo makes a triumphant return. Here’s what to watch this evening
Tim Minchin and Briggs release isolation track satirising Scott Morrison's leadership‘We can still stir shit from the inside,’ Minchin says in a clip the pair recorded on their smartphones from home
The Countess and the Russian Billionaire review – a fabulously compelling nightmare. Shouting “WTF” at increasing volume and frequency is the only way to make sense of this documentary about an English countess, her oligarch husband, and a fairytale that turned sour