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first look: no offence (series 2)

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Following a successful first series in 2015 Paul Abbott‘s award-winning No Offence returns for a second series with with seven brand-new episodes.

first look: chewing gum (series 2)

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For a relatively low key sitcom on E4, Chewing Gum became the breakout comedy of 2015 and turned writer and star Michaela Coel into a household name.

what to watch: 5-11 december

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This week, Sheridan Smith returns to the small screen alongside David Walliams, This Is Us arrives in the UK and BBC One have a treat for Adele fans on Friday night.

what to watch: 28 november – 4 december

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This week there’s a new King or Queen of the jungle crowned in I’m A Celeb, television comedy greats are sat in front of classic Christmas comedies for a brand new show and there’s the thrilling finale to what has been one of the best television dramas this year, The Missing.

what to watch: 21-27 november

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This week the brilliant I’m A Celeb continues, Ordinary Lies and Crazyhead come to an end and David Walliams is back with a brand new sketch show.

what to watch: 14-20 november

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This week Hammond, Clarkson and May are reunited for Amazon’s The Grand Tour, it’s time for this year’s Children In Need appeal night and Strictly Come Dancing heads to Blackpool!

what to watch: 24-30 october

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This week, the comeback series of Cold Feet finishes, Celebrity Haunted Hotel Live opens its doors on W and Humans returns on Channel 4.

what to watch: 17-23 october

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This week sees the much-anticipated return of Ordinary Lies, Marley’s Ghosts, Black Mirror as well as new comedy horror Crazyhead on E4 and new Doctor Who spin-off Class on BBC Three.

i talk to: susan wokoma & cara theobold

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As E4 prepare to launch Crazyhead, a brand new comedy horror from Howard Overman, (Misfits), I speak to two of its stars, Susan Wokoma and Cara Theobold.

what to watch: 10-16 october

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This week sees Channel 4’s brilliant National Treasure come to a dramatic end, The Missing returns to our screens with a new series and a new story and James Buckley stars in a brand new fantasy comedy for Dave.

what to watch: 3-9 october

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This week Amanda Holden has something to tell us, The Apprentice is back and The X Factor goes live!

what to watch: 26 september – 2 october

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This week there’s lots of great drama to enjoy, as well as some brilliant new comedy and it’s time to visit the judges’ houses on The X Factor!

i talk: damned

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Two Jo Brand comedies in one year?! 2016 really is spoiling us, although her latest comedy Damned has been a long time coming.

what to watch: 19-25 september

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This week, Robbie Coltrane returns to our screens, the boys from the Dwarf are back and Strictly Come Dancing 2016 gets underway.

i talk: national treasure

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Channel 4’s latest drama National Treasure is a brilliant observation of what happens when a much-loved entertainer gets accused of historic sexual offences.