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Have Fun While Helping Children In Need

Everyone who has it in his heart to help needy children in the next one year can do it through the BBC’s Children in Need 2013. Helping needy children is a great virtue and there are many ways through which someone can do that. It is even possible to do something charitable while still having fun and doing things that you like. That can be done even while shopping for interesting things like charms, T-shirts, key rings and coffee mugs. The Charity can be fun and very productive because anything... Read More

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Who’s the Best Doctor Who and Why?

One of the most prevalent questions among science fiction fans, both new ones and veterans, is “Who played (or plays) the Time Lord in the TARDIS best?” This is a question I have some trepidation in answering, partly because I’m not British and have to wait for Doctor Who to air on BBC America. If you really pressed me, the best I could do would be to break them up between “new Who” (the rebooted era beginning with Christopher Eccleston, through David Tennant, Matt Smith, and the soon-to-be 12th Doctor,... Read More

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Comic Relief Celebrates 25th Annual Red Nose Day

Every year, Comic Relief hosts numerous fundraisers in an attempt to use humour and comedy to help charities all around the world. Richard Curtis, the co-chair of Comic Relief founded the organisation in 1985 as a way to raise funds those less fortunate. This year is no different, with a number of events leading up to the main event, the 25th anniversary of Red Nose Day. Great British Bake Off One of the big events this year was the Great British Bake Off, a televised four episode week-long event, where... Read More

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Make Sure To Tune Into The Great British Menu

The Great British Menu, series 8 2013, is back on British TV and BBC promises it will be a good one. The eight series of the show celebrates all the fun of Comic Relief. You will enjoy watching the chefs trying to create a menu that is playful. However, not only will they need to create a playful menu, but they will need to make the menu funny, which may sound easy, but surely they will end up running into all sorts of comical issues when they attempt to create... Read More

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BBC 2012 Children In Need

Since the first telethon in 1980, the BBC has proudly enjoyed more than 30 years of raising much needed public donations for the United Kingdom’s Children in Need. On 16 November, miracles will once again occur as an exciting assortment of acts in entertainment take to the stage for this important charity telethon. This year’s Children in Need Appeal 2012 takes place on 16 November and will again include longtime heartwarming host Sir Terry Wogan. Sir Terry Wogan welcomes an outstanding variety of celebrities as well as popular singers and... Read More

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BBC Children In Need

Since the first telethon in 1980, the BBC has proudly enjoyed more than 30 years of raising much needed public donations for the United Kingdom’s Children in Need. On 16 November, miracles will once again occur as an exciting assortment of acts in entertainment take to the stage for this important charity telethon. This year’s Children in Need Appeal 2012 takes place on 16 November and will again include longtime heartwarming host Sir Terry Wogan. Sir Terry Wogan welcomes an outstanding variety of celebrities as well as popular singers and... Read More

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Don’t Miss The Great British Bake-off

The Great British Bake Off, the popular reality show on BBC 2 is down to the final three contestants of series 3. This baking competition show has been on the BBC 2 since 2010. The show, hosted by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, gives an overview of the history of British baking, while introducing a competitive element. Series 3 began on Tuesday 14th August 2012. Twelve amateur bakers were chosen to compete in the bake off, with one baker being eliminated every week. Filmed on the beautiful backdrop of Harptree... Read More

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Top Celebrities for Strictly’s New Season

Judge’s Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and new judge Darcey Bussell are preparing to pass judgement on the new lineup for BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. A mixture of sports stars, actors, pop stars and TV personalities are hoping to dance their way to be crowned the best celebrity ballroom dancer. The usual team of Sir Bruce Forsyth, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will guide us through 2012’s celebrity dancers; while Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli will again appear as judges on both the U.K. and U.S. versions... Read More

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1980’s Radio One DJs – Where Are They Today?

While movements in Britain in the late 1970’s brought on ensuing political issues, John Lennon’s impending death and eventually punk rock; the 1980’s brought forth a whole lot more. The 80’s was to be much later referred to as a “decade of decadence” by none other than one of the decades most popular bands, Motley Crue. Acceptable in the 80s In the 1980’s, if you weren’t flashy or overly extravagant, then you were not considered to be at all “normal”. The decade was full of groupies, alcohol and drug abuse,... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest

With the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals and Finals set to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan on May 22, 24 and 26th, the anticipation for the amazing event is building at a steady pace. The BBC Eurovision 2012 announcement of the UK entry winner, Engelbert Humperdinck along with the #1 spot in the final line-up going to the UK, has caused pride and excitement to kick into high gear in London. Light Your Fire With Eurovision Song Contest 2012 Eurovision UK 2012 fever has taken over as Europe’s biggest song... Read More