From the makers of Got Talent and Idols comes a brand new dance competition which sees a host of the UK’s hottest dancers battle it out to win £50,000 (aka nearly a million rand) and to perform on Strictly Come Dancing. Pop princess Cheryl, Glee star Matthew Morrison and SA’s very own Strictly professional Oti Mabuse will feature as dance captains.
The show aims to celebrate dance, as talent from soloists to massive dance troupes, and amateurs to professionally trained dancers, battle it out. While the audience are initially in complete control of the fate of the dancers, the next round involves the dance captains deliberating on which three acts each of them will mentor in the live shows.
Only one of the final nine can be crowned The Greatest Dancer, but who will reign supreme, and which dance captain will come out on top?
Bringing the warmth, colour and vibrancy of India to our screens, this series tells the story of Ruby Walker (Amrita Acharia); a young woman who leaves her comfortable life in England to take up a job as a junior doctor in a sun-drenched coastal town in tropical South India.
Run by a gloriously eccentric Englishwoman, Doctor Lydia Fonseca (Amanda Redman), the Good Karma Hospital is the beating heart of the local community. Held together by a hand-picked team of
British and Indian medics, the Good Karma turns noone away - locals, expats and tourists are all welcomed through its doors. The Good Karma Hospital is back for a heart-warming third series and sees the return of all the main cast members including Neil Morrissey and James Krishna Floyd.
The UK is home to the cream of the comedy circuit, producing home-grown superstars and attracting the funniest comedians from around the world.
This longrunning hit showcases the very best of that bunch - pure talents at the peak of their powers.
Each instalment features an established comic who treats the crowd to a rip-roaring set, before introducing two more of the most exciting acts around. This series’ lineup includes the inimitable Tom Allen, the fantastic Rosie Jones and the ever-witty Rhys James.
Sandi Toksvig returns with a brand-new series of QI, bringing her charm, wit and naughty humour to the immensely popular award-winning panel show.
Series eighteen of the quiz show is full of facts about topics starting with the letter Q, but the questions are so difficult the panel almost never get a right answer - so points are only awarded to contestants if they give answers that are deemed "quite interesting".
Naturally, the show boasts a host of witty guest contestants from the world of entertainment as well as the hapless and truly unfathomable Alan Davies. In this series, Victoria Coren Mitchell and Stephen K Amos discuss things to do with ‘quacks’, while Jason Manford puts his own spin on all things ‘quirky’.
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