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Waterloo Road: Money, Goodbyes and a Pregnancy Test!

Last night (Wednesday 22nd October 2014) Waterloo Road aired the 2nd episode of the latest series at 8pm on BBC One which drew in 2.61 million viewers. 373 more words

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Press Release: KING TUT UNMASKED Explores a Startling New Theory About the Mysterious Death of Tutankhamun, November 9

TORONTO (October 22, 2014) – Tutankhamun, the boy king, has fascinated the public ever since Howard Carter discovered his spectacular tomb in 1922. King Tut was a young man – only 19 years old – when he died suddenly and unexpectedly. 365 more words


The Apprentice - in the firing line

BBC reality TV show The Apprentice is back on our screens – and back as bonkers as ever. A reality TV show with a twist, the candidates are all professionals looking to prove they are worth investing in. 443 more words

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Gif/Pic of the Week #37 The Sign of Three X (October 22, 2014)

This week’s theme is a revisit of The Sign of Three which has far too many great moments to include them all here today. Enjoy. 106 more words

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Not Going Out - Series 1

Binging on British panel shows will get scripted series like Not Going Out added to your YouTube ‘recommended’ list. Starring Lee Mack, a regular of shows including Would I Lie To You and Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, this run-of-the-mill sitcom about a periodically employed layabout lacks the bite of his other comedy appearances. 438 more words


Benedict Cumberbatch Working on Top Secret BBC Program

Benedict Cumberbatch in the editing room. (BBC One Twitter)

Stop the presses: a photo of Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch with a cryptic message has appeared on… 226 more words

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Waterloo Road: New Head, New Term, New Waterloo Road

Waterloo Road kicked of the new series with a jam-packed episode that drew in 3.26m viewers. We have a brand new family, which introduced us to the new head teacher Vaughan Fitzgerald, a shocking scene awaits Darren and Kevin struggles to master his crutches. 395 more words

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