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We get loads of emails, calls and letters from viewers asking questions, leaving comments or letting us know what they think about our programming. So we thought we'd list here info around the most asked questions of the week as well as news about upcoming programmes.

Gridiron's back on Channel 4. We'll be kicking off with the Colts vs the Broncos - starting at 00:45am on Monday 8 September. Other programmes to accompany this years' season are NFL: Hard Knocks, starting Wednesday 3 September at 00:45am and Vernon Kay will be presenting NFL: The American Football Show (Highlights) starting Monday 8 September at 11pm.

If you feel like a little bit of animation to go with all that live action - NFL: Rush Zone, Saturday 6 September at 5.40am, centres on a young football fan called Ish, who must protect shards of a power source called The Core, hidden in various NFL stadiums.

17 Aug 2014, 9pm - CHANNEL 4
In a world exclusive in February last year, Channel 4 broadcast a film that followed the extraordinary hunt for Richard III: the king discovered, against all the odds, under a car park in Leicester. Since then, for the first time, scientists have been able to subject the skeleton of an English king to intense scrutiny and analysis, allowing them to reassemble his life in fascinating detail. Using the latest scientific techniques, experts at the University of Leicester and beyond have been able to work out the extent to which his potentially extreme spinal deformity would have affected his ability to be the warrior king famed for leading the charge at the Battle of Bosworth. They have also pieced together his diet and revealed his lifestyle in his final years, with surprising results. The scientists have been helped in their investigations by a living body double who volunteered to test their theories via practical experiments and reconstructions. Dominic Smee, who suffers from the same form of scoliosis as Richard III and whose spine, with its 75-degree spinal curve, is deemed 'virtually identical' by the experts, agreed to collaborate with the scientists on a unique intensive physical programme to see how Richard's scoliosis would have affected his ability to wield a sword, wear armour, ride a horse and use a lance.