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    Come Dine with Me

    Come Dine with Me

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    E4
    Five contestants each cook a three course meal for a dinner party. The participants vote on the success of the evening, and the winner goes home with a cash prize.

    The show airs five times a week with each episode focusing on one of the five contestants, with the winner being revealed on Friday.

    The first three and a half seasons of the show followed the daily format, while the latter half of the fourth season introduced the show to primetime. In this season, the show was shortened to a one hour programme, broadcast once a week and only four contestants were used.

    Channel 4 renewed the show for a fifth season, which reverted back to the daily format. It started airing on August 25 2008, at the new time of 5:30pm.

    Season 5's primetime episodes began broadcasing in high definition.

    Note: For the sake of this episode guide, daytime episodes are named by the episode's host, primetime episodes are named by their location. This is simply to keep the guide looking neat.moreless
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    Fonejacker

    Fonejacker

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    Crack up as a master of disguise Kayvan Novak aka The Fonejacker puts his cold-calling skills to work and prank calls unsuspecting victims as fictional character creations. The result is total confusion for the victim, pure entertainment for you.moreless
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    Show and Tell

    Show and Tell

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    E4 (ended 2011)
    Show & Tell is the Channel 4 series where host Chris Addison, a talented comedian, is joined by other comedians to celebrate story telling and stand up. With talented guests like Maeve Higgins, Joe Wilkinson, James Acaster and more, the show is full of laughs as these comedians play a grown-up game of show and tell.moreless
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    Sorority Girls

    Sorority Girls

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    Sorority Girls is the E4 series about bringing the Sorority system for girls in the US to the UK and in particular Leeds, finding five girls for the first UK Sorority housemoreless