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Viewers are saying the same thing about James McAvoy and Sharon Hogan drama Together

The one-off film looks at a relationship through the pandemic After settling down to watch the one-off drama Together on Thursday night, viewers have been bursting with praise for the BBC Two film, which sees James McAvoy and Sharon Hogan star as an estranged couple who are forced to spend time with one another due to the lockdown.

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Viewers are saying the same thing about James McAvoy and Sharon Hogan drama Together

TV tonight: poet laureate Simon Armitage takes stock of the pandemic

A Pandemic Poem: Where Did the World Go? 9pm, BBC Two “There was a world once, but where did it go?” With the richer countries perhaps approaching at least the beginning of the end of the pandemic, it’s time to take stock.

theguardian.com ,  7h 0
TV tonight: poet laureate Simon Armitage takes stock of the pandemic

Everything you need to know about James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan’s Together

BBC Two's Together sees James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan taking on the roles of a warring couple You can't get bigger names than the cast of BBC Two's brand new one-off drama, Together. The film stars Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy as a warring couple living through the pandemic.

ok.co.uk ,  19h 1
Everything you need to know about James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan’s Together

Putting a face to the 'nerds' behind the vaccine: Horizon Special, review

Horizon gave a thorough explanation of the science that went into the development of Covid vaccines and the people who made them happen When Australian scientists developed a Covid vaccine in double quick time, a local paper put them on the front page. The headline? “Revenge of the Nerds.” Horizon Special: The Vaccine (BBC Two) was a celebration of the nerds, then.

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Putting a face to the 'nerds' behind the vaccine: Horizon Special, review

Alex Jones snubbed by The One Show guest over channel swap ‘Nobody’s watching!’

ALEX JONES had to deal with some teasing from a guest on The One Show, when a joke was made about the show having to air on BBC Two. Alex Jones and Ronan Keating presented The One Show on Monday (June 14) night, but they weren’t on their usual channel of BBC One.

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Alex Jones snubbed by The One Show guest over channel swap ‘Nobody’s watching!’

Laura Jane Clark shares three 'key' details to check before renovating home 'on a budget’

TV ARCHITECT Laura Jane Clark has shared three "key" details homeowners should check before looking to renovate their home "on a budget". BBC Two’s Your Home Made Perfect architect Laura Jane Clark has been working with Barclays Mortgages on a new campaign to reveal what makes the ultimate forever home, and how this has changed since the pandemic.

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Laura Jane Clark shares three 'key' details to check before renovating home 'on a budget’

Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry confirms brand new BBC show Love To Cook

The series will premiere on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer later this year, and will feature six half-hour episodes as Mary shares her passion through some of her most exceptional dishes . . An official description for Mary Berry: Love To Cook says she will be looking for "kindred spirits with their own remarkable passions, share their stories, and together with imparting her favourite recipes, inspire the country to fall in love with cooking, growing and producing food".

mirror.co.uk ,  6d 2
Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry confirms brand new BBC show Love To Cook

Mary Berry lands new cookery show

has landed a new cookery show. The 86-year-old celebrity chef will host ‘Love To Cook’, a new BBC Two programme which will see her travel up and down the UK showing people how to make classic dishes on a budget. The former 'Great British Bake Off' judge said: "'Love To Cook' is me in a nutshell!

femalefirst.co.uk ,  7d 0
Mary Berry lands new cookery show

Tina Turner health: 'I have gone through some very serious sicknesses'

TINA TURNER's iconic power ballads like What's Love Got To Do With It can elicit jubilant sing-alongs, but the songstress has dealt with a lot of pain in her life - and some of it has had a lasting impact. Saying farewell to her fans on her final tour back in 2009, Tina Turner has been in retirement for over a decade.

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Tina Turner health: 'I have gone through some very serious sicknesses'

I hate to admit it, but Jeremy Clarkson’s farming show is really good TV

You have an opinion on Jeremy Clarkson. This is understandable. He has been around and part of British life since the late 80s: first as a leather jacket-clad BBC Two curio, and then as the spearhead of the turn-of-the-millennium Top Gear resurgence, and then as one of the bestselling authors in the UK, and then he punched that producer, and then he ended up on Amazon, and now, somehow, he presents Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

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I hate to admit it, but Jeremy Clarkson’s farming show is really good TV

New BBC Two documentary explores local reaction in Bristol to the toppling of the Edward Colston statue

A new BBC Two programme explores the response to the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol – documenting the local reaction to this global story. Bristol made headlines around the world last summer when protestors marching to support the Black Lives Matter movement tore down the statue of slave trader Colston and threw it into the city’s harbour.

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New BBC Two documentary explores local reaction in Bristol to the toppling of the Edward Colston statue

Building Britain’s Biggest Nuclear Power Station, review: why didn't this film ask the real questions?

BBC Two's documentary followed the mammoth task of building Hinkley Point C in Somerset Coolant pumping. Rod insertion mechanisms. Fast neutrons. Thanks to Craig Mazin’s magnificent Chernobyl, we’re all experts in nuclear reactors now. Building Britain’s Biggest Nuclear Power Station (BBC Two) made occasional reference to the “dark legacy” of the disaster, among other controversies around the ongoing construction of Hinkley Point C in Somerset, but this was a largely cheerful affair focused on technicalities, flabbergasted by logistical challenges, awed by engineering feats and, above all, bowled over by statistics.

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Building Britain’s Biggest Nuclear Power Station, review: why didn't this film ask the real questions?

Joey Essex reveals the grief of losing his mum

Thursday: : Grief and Me; (BBC One, 9pm, NI: BBC Two) On the surface, it appears that everything in ’s life is ‘reem’. But a decade years in the reality TV spotlight and a luxury lifestyle haven’t been able to heal the grief that the Southwark-born TOWIE star has kept inside for 20 years.

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Joey Essex reveals the grief of losing his mum

This Gosport couple are set to feature to on the BBC Two property makeover programme Your Home Made Perfect this Monday

A GOSPORT couple are set to feature on a BBC television show as their home is transformed by a property makeover team. Lisa Hotston and Judy Lording will appear on Your Home Made Perfect, a property makeover series which sees six architects transform houses into dream homes using virtual reality.

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This Gosport couple are set to feature to on the BBC Two property makeover programme Your Home Made Perfect this Monday

Fife Masterchef finalist Dean Banks announces new culinary venture in Edinburgh

Arbroath-born chef Dean Banks has revealed that his new Edinburgh restaurant will be in the Pompadour. On Instagram, Mr Banks, who was a finalist on BBC Two’s Masterchef: The Professionals 2018, revealed the news. The Fife chef said he will “bring modern, eclectic twists from my extensive travels around the world to delight every diner”.

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Fife Masterchef finalist Dean Banks announces new culinary venture in Edinburgh

Your Home Made Perfect viewers blown away as family's house gets £150k makeover

SERIES three of the renovation show Your Home Made Perfect returned with a stunning 150k makeover using the magic of virtual reality. The BBC Two programme about families revamping their homes using virtual technology visualisations returned on Monday. With 2.06m people tuning in, the first episode of the new series had its highest audience ever and was BBC Two’s number one show of the day.

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Your Home Made Perfect viewers blown away as family's house gets £150k makeover

‘It was an amazing feeling’: West Sussex jeweller Hugo talks about winning BBC Two’s All That Glitters

Jeweller Hugo Johnson from Haywards Heath has talked about his amazement at winning the first series of BBC Two’s All That Glitters. The nail-biting final of the jewellery making contest was aired at 8pm last Tuesday (May 18) and saw the talented 24-year-old take home the trophy.

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‘It was an amazing feeling’: West Sussex jeweller Hugo talks about winning BBC Two’s All That Glitters

Jeremy Paxman diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

In 1989, he became a presenter for the BBC Two programme Newsnight, during which he interviewed a wide range of political figures has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In a statement to the PA news agency, he said: "I can confirm I have recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease."

birminghammail.co.uk ,  27d 0
Jeremy Paxman diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

Ed Balls to shine a light on social care ‘crisis’ in BBC documentary

Ed Balls will move into a care home in a bid to shine a light on the social care “crisis”. The former shadow chancellor, whose mother Carolyn has dementia and recently moved into residential care, will spend time at Saint Cecilia’s, a mid-sized facility in Scarborough, as part of a two-part BBC Two documentary.

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Ed Balls to shine a light on social care ‘crisis’ in BBC documentary

The Psychedelic Drug Trial, review: could magic mushrooms really be a cure for depression?

BBC Two's documentary followed the surprising results of an Imperial College London drugs trial Do not try this at home.The Psychedelic Drug Trial (BBC Two) followed a study carried out by researchers at Imperial College London.A group of people suffering from long-term depression were invited to take part in a double-blind clinical trial.

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The Psychedelic Drug Trial, review: could magic mushrooms really be a cure for depression?