Following the huge success of series four, BBC Brit’s critically acclaimed hit Come Dine With Me South Africa is back for a fifth season, featuring the wry observations of voiceover legend Dave Lamb. The successful SAFTA winning show follows the drama as, each episode, four strangers are wined, dined and entertained in each other’s homes in a bid to win the R10 000 cash prize.
**The world’s biggest motoring show is back! **Top Gear Series 26 sees Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid and The Stig return to your screens. Filmed in locations including Norway, Sri Lanka and Spain, expect Top Gear’s trademark array of stunning photography, state-of-the-art supercars and celebrity guests on track in Top Gear’s Reasonably Fast Car.
Rick Edwards is back with another series of the quiz which is in the third dimension: as well as right answers and wrong answers there are also Impossible answers – which are not just wrong, they couldn’t possibly be right. 30 returning players compete for the chance to win £10,000.
Domestic sitcom following the fortunes of Ben and Susan Harper and their children, starring Robert Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker.
Comedian and actor Alan Davies (QI) makes a triumphant and long-awaited return to stand-up with his first live gig in more than a decade. Recorded live at London’s famous Hammersmith Apollo, his hilarious new show Life is Pain covers every aspect of the modern condition, delivered in Alan’s own inimitable fashion.
Bridget Christie is a human being. She enjoys shouting about misogyny, undermining the patriarchy, and ridiculing pen manufacturers. Packed with all her best bits of stand-up to date, this coruscating hour of comedy is both charmingly sincere and sublimely silly.
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