Join Mel and Sue for the return of the much-loved Saturday night family gameshow to BBC One!
The Generation Game sees family pairs battle it out in a series of hilarious games to make it through to face the mighty conveyor belt with its amazing array of prizes...
Its uncompromising nature and morally ambiguous reputation were cemented in its second episode, which featured an MI-5 officer (set up as a main character) murdered by having her head shoved into a deep-fat fryer, which prompted hundreds of viewer complaints the show airing post-Watershed.
Despite its gritty nature, it also strives for depth and thoughtfulness by delving deep into real-life geopolitics and socioeconomics to flesh out and humanize the threats the team faces, offering up literary allusions and symbolism such as a traitor using to justify his betrayal, and keeping the spotlight focused on the human cost of living in the center of a tangled web of deception and intrigue. Through it all, Sir Harry Pierce (Peter Firth) was the sole character to feature in all 86 episodes.
Even Better Than The Real Thing is offering you the hottest ticket in town, for a night of performances from Tribute mega stars such as Whitney Houston, Little Mix, Michael Buble, George Michael, Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey!
David Mitchell hosts the BBC Radio 4 panel game in which panellists are encouraged to tell lies and compete against one another to see how many items of truth they are able to smuggle past their opponents.
From the creator of The Cube and the company behind Alphabetical comes a brand new QUIZ for ALL THE FAMILY!
To maintain its conceit of anonymity, the episodes themselves have no credits, although they are available on the DVD releases and on the BBC3 "week in advance" airings.
Jill Douglas presents coverage of both teams' second Pool B contest, held at Billings Park UCD in Dublin.
England are the defending champions, while Italy have qualified for the first time since 2002.
A Baker's Life *Working Title* 2017 Channel 4 - Five-part series fronted by Paul Hollywood.
Travelling down memory lane Paul will visit the kitchens that inspired him and the chefs who taught him.