(264 shows)
What do Britain's sharpest armchair critics think of our biggest and best TV programmes?
Hollyoaks: the village in Chester where it all happens
Reality series following the lives, loves and awks of SW3's bright young things
Made in Chelsea
Can Fred and the team help British singletons find love in the sun?
First Dates Hotel
B&B owners take turns to stay with each other as they compete to be crowned best hosts
Four in a Bed
Teams of professional pastry chefs do battle in the kitchen
Bake Off: The Professionals
The knives (and forks) are out as strangers compete to be crowned top dinner party host
Come Dine with Me
Gogglebox heads across the pond and steps into the homes of a selection of celebrity faces
Celebrity Gogglebox USA
The First Dates restaurant throws open its doors to single people looking for love
First Dates
Grayson talks to artists, creatives, celebrities and viewers about art and lockdown
Grayson's Art Club
A daring dating series that starts where some good dates might end - naked
Naked Attraction
Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson take on the famous words and numbers quiz
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Series in which grooms take responsibility for every aspect of their upcoming weddings
Don't Tell the Bride
A group of single celebrities join an exclusive dating agency in a bid to find true love
Celebs Go Dating
Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are joined by Britain's best amateur bakers
The Great British Bake Off
Comedian Joe Lycett fights for the rights of the Great British consumer
Joe Lycett's Got Your Back
They're unique, they're extraordinary and they're yellow. Say hello to the Simpsons.
The Simpsons
Anita Rani hosts as sets of parents go head-to-head to prove their parenting style is best
Britain's Best Parent?
Ordinary people go on the run. Where do they hide? Who can they trust? What would YOU do?
Skilled amateur crafters compete to create prop-like, mic-drop crafts of epic proportions
The Fantastical Factory of Curious Craft
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