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Sir Bruce Forsyth May Return To ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ For First Episode | TV News

  Sir Bruce Forsyth may return to Strictly Come Dancing for the first episode of the new season. It is rumoured that the presenter will pass over the torch to the new presenter live on air. It has been reported that Forsyth will give a glitter ball trophy to Tess Daly who will be presenting the new season alongside Claudia[…]

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Critics Weigh In On First Episode Of ‘Doctor Who’ Season 8 | TV News

  Following the first episode of the eighth season of Doctor Who, reviews have finally surfaced online. Reviews are generally focused around two things: Peter Capaldi as the new doctor, and the extra amount of run time. Mike Hale from The New York Times says that “Mr. Capaldi is a consummate character actor, a quieter, more subtle performer”. Indeed, Capaldi[…]

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Rumours Surrounding Departure Of ‘Doctor Who’ Companion Addressed | TV News

  If you watch Doctor Who, you are surely no stranger to the rumours that the current companion, Clara Oswald, will be leaving during this year’s Christmas Special. If you were a stranger to these rumours, you’re not anymore. Both Capaldi and Coleman, who play the Doctor and Clara respectively, have addressed the rumours in very ambivalent terms. Capaldi said[…]

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Holliday Grainger To Star In BBC Adaptation Of ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ | TV News

  Holliday Grainger has been cast as the lead in the new BBC adaptation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Richard Madden, famous for his role as Robb Stark in Game of Thrones will be playing gamekeeper Oliver Mellors. Actor James Norton has been cast as Lady Chatterley’s war-wounded husband Sir Clifford. The novel written by D.H Lawrence tells the story of[…]

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BBC One Unveils New Drama And Comedy Offerings For 2015 | TV News

  BBC One controller Charlotte Moore has revealed a number of new programmes that are to air on the channel shortly. At the Edinburgh Television Festival, Moore revealed that she had commissioned a number of shows to add to BBC One’s comedy, documentary and drama offerings. The Living and The Dead is a new six-part fantasy drama that begins shooting[…]

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