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    The Apprentice (UK)

    The Apprentice (UK)

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    The Apprentice is a business reality show, where candidates compete in two teams to perform the best during business-related tasks, set by Lord Alan Sugar. Each week, the teams must appoint a Project Manager to lead them for the duration of the task, overseen by a trusted aide to Lord Sugar. In seasons 1-5, these were Margaret and Nick. From season 6 onwards, Margaret was replaced by Karren Brady. The team that performs the best will receive a reward, whilst the losing team will be summoned back to the boardroom and interrogated over their failure. Their project manager will be forced to pick two team-mates to face a final encounter, one of whom will be fired. In the first six seasons, the overall goal was a position working for Lord Sugar, with a £100,000 salary; this changed to be a £250,000 investment to start up a business of the winner's choice, with Lord Sugar as a partner.moreless
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    The Silence

    The Silence

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    In this four part drama, a young deaf girl witnesses a murder and she finds being thrust into the investigations rather difficult. Her Uncle Jim, the leading officer on the case, has to protect his niece from the guilty parties getting to her whilst also proving their guilt and also dealing with his own family troubles.moreless
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    Ask Rhod Gilbert

    Ask Rhod Gilbert

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    Ask Rhod Gilbert, hosted by Rhod Gilbert, is a BBC One comedy panel show that aims to ask and answer ridiculously intriguing questions such as: "Who would win in a race, Usain Bolt or a grizzly bear?". Gilbert is joined each week by regular panelists Greg Davies and Lloyd Langford, two celebrity guests and a celebrity authenticator.moreless
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    Justice

    Justice

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    From the creator of Moving On comes another drama of BBC Daytime. Justice centres around a mysterious judge, his prosecutor and the local community in which they live. The five-part series, starting in spring 2011, stars Gillian Kearney, Bob Pugh and Gary Mavers.moreless
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    Epic Win

    Epic Win

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    Comedian Alexander Armstrong hosts this Saturday night entertainment show, which showcases some of the weird and whacky talent members of the British public have. Their "talents" are judged by a panel which will put a secret cash value of up to £1000, making a total jackpot of £3000, to what they've done. The performer then has to guess how much they theoretically earned. If they over-estimate their worth, they walk away with nothing and exit through the "epic fail" door, if they estimate on or under their worth they get to keep their "epic win".moreless
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    Lee Mack's All-Star Cast

    Lee Mack's All-Star Cast

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    Lee Mack welcomes guests to join him for a range of stand-up, sketches and music performances on this prime-time variety show.
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    The Matt Lucas Awards

    The Matt Lucas Awards

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    Matt Lucas brings his Radio 2 panel show format to television. Guests nominate people and things for his obscure award categories.
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    Celebrity Mastermind

    Celebrity Mastermind

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    Celebrity Mastermind is a British quiz show presented by John Humphrys. The show is a spin off of the quiz show Mastermind. Contestants have to answer two minutes of questions of on a specialist subject and then two minutes of questions on a general knowledge. The winnings are donated to a charity of the winning celebrities choosing.moreless
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    The Wright Way

    The Wright Way

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    Lonely Planet

    Lonely Planet

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    The Lonely Planet follows a team of travelers including Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro and Megan McCormick around the world to show us what the world is really like in the eyes of the traveler and proves that the world is not always as the news and press make us believe.moreless
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    Bang Goes the Theory

    Bang Goes the Theory

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    Want to cook an egg with a bunsen burner or knock your house down with a vapour ring? If you answered yes than this new BBC show is for you! Four scientists turned presenters show us how it's done with experiments and interviews with the biggest brains in the industry.moreless
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    Small Island

    Small Island

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    This adaptation of Andrea Levy's award-winning novel tells the story of a romance determined to overcome every obstacle it faces.
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    Inside Men

    Inside Men

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    How do you cope when you step out of your comfort zones? "Inside Men" is the story of three normal men who are forced out of their moral comfort zones and into lives of crime in order to survive as they plan a million dollar heist.moreless
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    Accused

    Accused

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    Jimmy McGoven's six-part series investigates the background of six people, all accused of a crime in court.
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    Citizen Khan

    Citizen Khan

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    Citizen Khan is the first South Asian sitcom to be produced by the BBC. Adil Ray stars as Mr. Khan, a self appointed community leader that is passionate about cricket and uses his thriftiness to help make ends meet. The show also stars Shobu Kapoor, Maya Sondhi, and Bhavna Limbachia.moreless
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    Missing (UK)

    Missing (UK)

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    Welcome to the Missing guide at TV.com. This daytime drama series from the BBC followed DS Mary Jane Croft and her colleagues in the Missing Persons Unit as they tracked down missing people from in and around Dover. The first series accompanied the factual series Missing Live, which looked at real-life missing persons cases. Missing was a Sea Leopard production for the BBC.moreless
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    Room 101

    Room 101

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    If you had the chance to banish some of your worst nightmares to the depth of Room 101 what would they be and why? Frank Skinner presents this comical chat show asking guests to nominate their pet hates, he then chooses one to banish. Originally hosted by Nick Hancock then Paul Merson; they presented the show with a different format whereby one guest was on the show talking about a number of items they want to put in Room 101 and Hancock/Merson would decide if the item should go in.moreless
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    Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)

    Who Do You Think You Are? (UK)

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    Who Do You Think You Are? is a UK Genealogy show, exploring the family trees of well-known public figures. Each week a famous face traces their family roots and travel across the world in search of answers.moreless
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    Five Days

    Five Days

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    Welcome to the Five Days guide at TV.com. The first series of this crime thriller tracked five pivotal but non-consecutive days in a mysterious missing person's case involving a beautiful young mother of three. When two of her children went missing, a team of investigators was determined to find out whether she had abandoned her children or if the family had been abducted. A second series in 2010 unfolds over the five most significant days of separate police investigations into an abandoned new-born and a suicide. The characters of DSI Iain Barclay and DS Amy Foster from the first series were resurrected in spin-off mini-series Hunter. Five Days is a BBC drama production in association with HBO. Each series was broadcast on consecutive weekdays on BBC 1. The first series was broadcast on HBO on Tuesdays at 8.00pm from 2 October 2007.moreless
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    Football Focus

    Football Focus

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    As of 2009, presenter Dan Walker is usually joined by the BBC's main football pundits such as Mark Lawrenson, Lee Dixon, and Martin Keown. Match of the Day commentators, including Steve Wilson, Guy Mowbray, Jonathan Pearce, and John Motson often check-in with game previews from the stadiums.moreless
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