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News Wednesday, 10 February, 2016

  • Tom Goodman-Hill at Hampstead Theatre
  • Tom Goodman-Hill at Hampstead Theatre
  • Tom Goodman-Hill at Hampstead Theatre

    Tom is back on stage and plays Howie Corbett in David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a suburban couple whose lives are turned upside down and leaves them drifting apart. They must find a way back to each other whilst the rest of their family tries to bridge the gap.

    At Hampstead Theatre until 5th March

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  • Cush Jumbo back on our screens
  • Cush Jumbo back on our screens

    Cush has been busy and can soon be seen on our TVs again. She returns as DC Bethany Whelan in Vera and as new lawyer Lucca Quinn in The Good Wife.

    The Good Wife is on More4 at 9pm from 28th January

    Vera is on ITV from 31st January

     

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  • David Ajala in Beowulf
  • David Ajala in Beowulf

    David plays warlord Rate in ITV's new dramatisation of the classic viking legend Beowulf.

    Sundays 7pm ITV

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  • Dean Lennox Kelly narrates 10,000 b.c.
  • Dean Lennox Kelly narrates 10,000 b.c.

    Reality show fans can hear Dean's dulcets on 10,000 bc: Two Tribes. The programme follows the contestants trying to survive in the wilds of Bulgaria, hunting and foraging for food in Stone Age conditions.

    Starts Wednesday 20th January, 10pm on Channel 5

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  • Hobsonites in Dickensian
  • Hobsonites in Dickensian
  • Hobsonites in Dickensian

    Dickens fans watch out for Mr Richard Ridings as Mr Bumble and sporting a rather fine pair of chops. And you can also see Mr Chris Fairbank as Silas Wegg, proprietor of the Three Cripples pub (no chops sported).

    Wednesdays at 8pm BBC1

     

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  • Sue Elliott Nicholls back on the box
  • Sue Elliott Nicholls back on the box

    You may have heard that Tracey Ullman is back on our screens, for the first time in 30 odd years, with a new sketch show, and the multi-talented Sue Elliott Nicholls is in it playing various characters. See if you can spot her!

    Mondays 10.45pm on BBC1

     

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  • Tom Stourton is terrible...
  • Tom Stourton is terrible...

    ...it's back! Siblings that is. Tom plays Dan; general all round terrible person and brother to Hannah. The duo cause misery and mayhem to all who cross their path.

    Mondays 10.30pm BBC3

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  • Towels and hot water at the ready!
  • Towels and hot water at the ready!

    Yes, Call the Midwife is back and Bryony Hannah is midwife turned nun-cum-midwife, Sister Mary Cynthia.

    Starts Sunday 17th January, 8pm BBC 1

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  • Dermot O'Leary is high octane stuff...
  • Dermot O'Leary is high octane stuff...

    Petrolheads will like this one; Dermot presents a new show 'The Getaway Car'. He gives people the chance to find out how good a driver they are in a series of driving and quiz challenges. The best go on to face The Stig.

    Starts Saturday 16th January 6.50pm on BBC1

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  • Teresa Gallagher in Teletubby Land
  • Teresa Gallagher in Teletubby Land

    Vocal gymnast, Teresa Gallagher, has lent her voice to all 8 of the Tiddlytubbies; baby versions of the Teletubbies. Not only that, but she is also a voice trumpet!!

    CBeebies weekdays at 7.25 a.m.

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  • George Lamb hosts Football Tonight
  • George Lamb hosts Football Tonight

    Footie fans will like this one; George hosts 'Football Tonight'  on BT Sport. It goes out live and kicks off the weekend with star guests and live music. Something to get you in the mood for a weekend of football...

    Fridays on BT Sport

     

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  • Hobsons! Tilling!
  • Hobsons! Tilling!

    Attention quiz fans! Roger is back shouting out complicated names like Garčević, Bhattacharya, Warnakulasuriya, Papaphilippopulos at lightning speed. Yes, University Challenge returns for another series of brain frying questions.
    Fingers on buzzers Mondays at 8pm on BBC2.



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