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    The New Adventures of Charlie Chan

    The New Adventures of Charlie Chan

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    ITV (ended 1958)
    Welcome to The New Adventures of Charlie Chan guide at TV.com. The famous Oriental detective, nominally employed as a police inspector in Honolulu, ventures across the globe to handle special assignments, often becoming involved in bafflingly difficult murder investigations around the world. Charlie Chan was created by Earl Derr Biggers and featured in a series of six novels, as well as numerous films. The New Adventures of Charlie Chan was produced by Television Programs of America, Inc. in association with Vision Productions, Inc. (episodes 401-405) and the Incorporated Television Programme Company Ltd. (episodes 406-439). The broadcast dates in the guide are those on which the episodes were first broadcast by ATV, the ITV London (weekend) franchise, where known.moreless
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    Loose Women

    Loose Women

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    ITV
    Loose Women airs through Monday-Friday, every lunchtime at 12.30pm on ITV1. The show's sixteenth series is currently airing. Each episode is repeated the morning afterwards between 1am and 3am on ITV1 and clips are also available from the shows website. From early 2010, ITV2 has repeated the same days show at 3.30pm in the afternoon and then the following morning at 8.30am.

    The show see's a panel of women anchored by either Andrea McLean (from 2007) or Carol Vorderman (from 2011) discuss issues hitting the newspapers and in the media at the time, celebrity guests (often two, sometimes one, or two with a musical guest performing at the end of the show) are also interviewed by the panel. From 2011 every show aired is broadcast as live.

    The shows format is modelled on it's American counterpart The View. From the 26th of October 2009, a new show in Germany has begun which follows the Loose Women formula more closely then The View's formula, Frauenzimmer. The show is currently sponsored by isme.com. At the end of March 2009, the shows website underwent a rebrand, making it more interactive, the show was briefly repeated at this time on ITV2 at 3.45pm, however these repeats had stopped airing by May. The website underwent a further change on March 15th 2010, now allowing viewers to interact directly with the show as it airs. Further changes were made ahead of the new look launching in September 2011.

    The panel currently consists of Carol McGiffin who's appeared on the show since 2003, Sherrie Hewson who began in 2003, Denise Welch who has been with the show since 2005, Lynda Bellingham who has been with the show since 2007,Lisa Maxwell who began in 2009, Janet Street-Porter who started in 2011, Jenny Eclair who started in 2011 and Sally Lindsay who started in 2011.

    The original team, in 1999, was headed up by Kaye Adams (who anchored the first ten series) alongside Nadia Sawalha (who appeared as a co-anchor for the first three series) with Trish Adudu, Karren Brady, Pattie Coldwell, Philippa Kennedy, Ruth Langsford, Jane Moore, and guest panellist Bridget Rowe.

    In 2000 the team consisted of Kaye & Nadia with Trish, Karren, Pattie, Philippa, Ruth, Carol and Jane. Plus new ladies Sheryl Gascoigne, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Coleen Nolan, Gillian Taylforth and Anthea Turner.

    The show briefly entered a hiatus after it's second series, making way for the same team to head up a new show entitled Live Talk, with a move to a Manchester studio. After two series of Live Talk, in September 2002, Loose Women returned, in the same studio.

    In 2002 the team consisted of Kaye & Nadia with Ruth, Carol and Jane, with new girls, Fiona Phillips, Claire Sweeney and Rebecca Wheatley. Nadia Sawalha left the show after this series.

    In 2003 the only original members of the team who had appeared in previous series were Kaye, Carol and Claire. The new girls this year were Helen Adams, Susie Amy, Amanda Barrie, Tamara Beckwith, Denise Black, Sarah Cawood, Terri Dwyer, Jenny Eclair, Kate Garraway, Trisha Goddard, Sherrie Hewson, Gloria Hunniford, Kerry Katona, Jayne Middlemiss, Bette Midler, Gigi Morley, Eve Pollard, Linda Robson, Lisa Rogers, Jacey Salles and Nina Sebastiane. Between series four and five, the show moved to Norwich.

    In 2004 the returning members of the team consisted of Kaye, Terri, Kate, Sherrie, Kerry, Carol and Claire. Plus the panel saw the return of Coleen Nolan and Fiona Phillips. The new girls this year were Josie D'Arby, Christine Hamilton, Amy Lam���©, Jane McDonald, Wendi Peters, Jenny Powell, Lucy Speed and Jenni Trent Hughes. The show then moved to its current home in London.

    In 2005 the returning members of the team consisted of Kaye, Terri, Sherrie, Jane, Carol, Coleen, Fiona, Jenny and Claire. The new members of the team were Jeni Barnett, Jackie Brambles, Rhona Cameron, Lucy Jo-Hudson, Carol Malone, Melanie Sykes, Nina Wadia, and Denise Welch.

    In 2006 the returning members of the team consisted of Kaye, Jackie, Terri, Sherrie, Jane, Carol, Coleen, Nina and Denise. Plus the panel saw the return of Kate Garraway, Ruth Langsford and Gillian Taylforth. The new members of the team this year were Jo Bunting, Lesley Garrett, Alison Hammond, Sue Jenkins, Kym Marsh, Sheree Murphy and Sarah Totty. Following directly from the end of the ninth series of the show, original host Kaye Adams joined by Loose Women favourite and comedian Ted Robbins, tested out the formula of the show at a later timeslot in the show Loose at 5:30. The show integrated men into the panel for the first time since it began, however didn't prove as popular as it did in it's lunchtime slot so moved back for the shows tenth series.

    After finishing series 10, Kaye decided to leave the show, saying she wanted time to work on other projects.

    Previous panellists took the helm in 2007, however eventually Andrea McLean and Jackie Brambles became the main anchors. Returning members of the team consisted of Jo, Sherrie, Ruth, Jane, Carol, Sheree, Coleen and Denise. Plus the panel saw the return of Carole Malone. The new girls this series were Lynda Bellingham, Jennifer Ellison, Michelle Gayle, Sharon Marshall, Suzanne Shaw, Zoe Tyler and Toyah Willcox.

    In 2008 the returning members of the team consisted of Jackie, Andrea, Lynda, Jo, Sherrie, Jane, Carol, Coleen, Zoe and Denise. The panel saw the return of Melanie Sykes and Gillian Taylforth to the show. Both Emma Bunton and Sinitta made guest panellist appearances.

    In Series 13 (2008-2009), the returning members of the panel were Andrea, Jackie, Carol, Sherrie, Jane, Lynda, Coleen, Zoe and Denise. The only new loose woman this series was Lisa Maxwell. Gillian Taylforth and Lesley Garrett also made a return to the panel. Guest panellists and hosts this series were Penny Smith, Fiona Phillips, Jodie Prenger, Daisy McAndrew and Danielle Bux. The first Make Me A Loose Woman winning panellist, Rachel Agnew also appeared later in the series. Jackie Brambles (previously appearing on the panel between 2005 and 2006, before anchoring from 2007), announced on May 5th, she will not be returning for the new series in September. In Series 14 (2009 - 2010), the returning members of the panel were Andrea, Carol, Sherrie, Jane, Lynda, Coleen, Zoe and Denise. Kate Thornton joined the show as anchor taking Jackie's role. Throughout this series Ruth Langsford, resumed becoming a regular stand-in host when Andrea or Kate weren't present, as had Denise Welch. Cilla Black and Kate Garraway had both also stood in as guest hosts. Whilst Mel B, Lisa Snowdon and Amanda Donohoe had appeared as guest panellists. Whilst Rachel Agnew who won the search for a new Loose Women in 2009, also appeared as a panellist towards the end of 2009. This was the last series to feature Jane McDonald as a panelist. In Series 15 (2010 - 2011), the returning members of the panel were Andrea, Kate, Carol, Sherrie, Lynda, Coleen, Zoe and Denise. Carol Vorderman, Cilla Black and Kate Garraway appeared as guest hosts. Whilst Cilla, Sarah Millican, Jenni Eclair and Janet-Street Porter all became regular panellists. This was the last series to feature Coleen Nolan, Zoe Tyler and Kate Thornton on the panel. Cilla Black and Sarah Millican have not been announced as returning as of yet either.moreless
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    Where the Heart Is

    Where the Heart Is

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    A drama series that follows the lives of the people of Skelthwate, and the local health centre. A warm hearted family drama.
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    Colonel March of Scotland Yard

    Colonel March of Scotland Yard

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    ITV (ended 1957)
    Colonel March of Scotland Yard is based on the character created by John Dickson Carr under the pen name Carter Dickson. Boris Karloff, famous for his affiliation with Universal Studios during their hey-day of the Golden Age of Hollywood Horrors, portrays Colonel March, of the Department of Queer Complaints. Boris was 65 at the time this British television series was filmed, December 1954--Spring 1955, but the character is not afraid to get right into the thick of things, often confronting the perpetrator directly. The series was filmed at Southhall Studios, Middlesex England. Fountain Films Production In 1953, a film called Colonel March Investigates was made. It combined three episodes (Hot Money, Death in the Dressing Room, and The New Invisible Man) and Boris Karloff narrated the three segments as well as starring as the lead.moreless
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    The Job Lot

    The Job Lot

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    The Job Lot is a sitcom about the happenings of a job centre, its crazy staff and the unmotivated clients they have to deal with.
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    Hazell

    Hazell

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    ITV (ended 1979)
    Welcome to the Hazell guide at TV.com. Former Metropolitan Police officer Hazell, retired from the force through ill health, and with a broken marriage behind him, tries his hand as a private eye.moreless
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    The Good Sex Guide

    The Good Sex Guide

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    ITV (ended 1994)
    British documentary
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    Chiller

    Chiller

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    ITV (ended 1995)
    Welcome to the Chiller guide at TV.com. Chiller was a short-lived anthology series dealing with contemporary stories of the supernatural. Chiller was a Yorkshire Television production for the ITV network.
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    Vote for Me

    Vote for Me

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    ITV (ended 2005)
    Vote For Me was a reality television series that aired in 2004 on England's ITV. It featured possible candidates for the House of Commons in Great Britain's parliament. Those who wished to enter this political contest show were not permitted to have any party affiliation. A non-partisan panel of judges looked over all entrants and chose the final seven contestants. The show was a way to give candidates free advertising time on a national level and also entertain an audience. Each candidate was assigned a series of tasks to test their political savvy. Like other TV reality shows, each candidate was offered constructive criticism by the judges panel they were able to incorporate into a better performance on the next episode, if they made it that far. The show was half an hour long and each night the audience was able to vote a candidate off. The winner went on to run in the 2005 British elections. moreless
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    Stars In Their Eyes

    Stars In Their Eyes

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    British talent show
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    The Late Jonathan Ross

    The Late Jonathan Ross

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    ITV (ended 1996)
    Jonathan Ross presented this short lived chat show in the late 90s. Each week, he would be joined by guests from sport, entertainment and politics to discuss topical subjects.
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    Talking Telephone Numbers

    Talking Telephone Numbers

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    ITV (ended 1997)
    In 1994, Talking Telephone Numbers came to our screens, presented by Philip Schofield. Celebrities and special guests performed acts and found a way to create a random number. When five numbers were revealed, if they matched the last five digits of your telephone number you were invited to call in with the hope you might win something. Most of the time you didn't, mind. After the guest act, one of the lines was randomly selected and if it was you, you would have to answer three number related questions. These were always pretty easy so its surprising that many people got them wrong. They'd keep selecting lines until they either ran out of time, in which case the prize would rollover to next week, or somebody gets the questions right and then they would win £10,000. Contestants also had the power to gamble but not many did.moreless
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    Yellowthread Street

    Yellowthread Street

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    ITV (ended 1990)
    Yellowthread Street was a short-lived drama series about a group of detectives based in Yellowthread Street police station in Hong Bay, Hong Kong, and was adapted from the novels by William Leonard Marshall. Yellowthread Street was a Yorkshire Television production for the ITV network.moreless
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    Probation Officer

    Probation Officer

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    ITV (ended 1960)
    Based on real-life court cases, the show centred on the work of individual probation officers, men and women responsible for the supervision of offenders released into the community with restrictions on their movements or associations. Probation Officer was an ATV production, and the first one-hour drama series to be carried on the ITV network.moreless
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    Celebrity Love Island

    Celebrity Love Island

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    12 single celebs spend 5 weeks on a paradise island in Fiji. Viewers have to vote for the couple they want to see in the love shack. On eviction nights the public vote who they don't want to see anymore...moreless
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    The Jonathan Ross Show

    The Jonathan Ross Show

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    ITV
    Jonathan Ross hosts this weekly chat show.
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    Horatio Hornblower

    Horatio Hornblower

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    ITV
    The adventures of Horatio Hornblower based on the classic series of books by Author C.S. Forester, told in chronologic order.
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    Unforgiven

    Unforgiven

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    ITV (ended 2009)
    Ruth Slater (Suranne Jones) has just been released from prison, after serving 15 years for the murder of two policemen. Though she attempts to rebuild her life as a law-abiding citizen she's still haunted by her past.moreless
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    Titanic

    Titanic

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    ITV (ended 2012)
    To mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the HMS Titanic ITV has commissioned this four-part drama about the ship and those on board. Each episode gives a different characters' experience ahead of the sinking, and ends in a cliffhanger. The last episode sees all those experiences combined for a big finale.moreless
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    Robin of Sherwood

    Robin of Sherwood

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    ITV (ended 1986)
    Robin of Loxley is charged by Herne the Hunter, horned god of the forests, to become his son and champion. As "The Hooded Man," Robin must forge a band of outlaws and renegades into a force which will defy the Norman rulers who oppress the population of the region, especially Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham.

    This adaptation of the Robin Hood legend leans heavily on mysticism and magic. This mood was reinforced by the soundtrack by the Irish band Clannad.moreless
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