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    • Series 16 Episode 13

      Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching I'm A Celebrity, Michael McIntyre's The Wheel, Tiny World, The Undoing, This Morning, Good Morning Britain, and BBC News (lockdown tiers)

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      Series 16 Episode 12

      This time Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching The Crown, We Are the Champions, Strictly Come Dancing, The Undoing, and The Great British Bake Off

      Strong language, adult humour, sexual references, violence, injury and medical procedures. Filmed following social distancingThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 11

      Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching James May: Oh Cook, Strictly Come Dancing, The Crown, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, Nigella's Cook, Eat, Repeat and BBC News (Cummings)

      This episode is audio describedAdult humour, strong language, sexual references and full frontal nudity. Filmed with social distancing guidelines.This episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 10

      Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching Strictly Come Dancing, I'm a Celebrity... A Jungle Story, 24 Hours in Police Custody, Nigella's Cook, Eat, Repeat, and Naked Attraction

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, nudity and frank sexual discussion. Filmed following social distancing guidelinesThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 9

      The shows this time include My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman (Kim Kardashian); Borat Subsequent Moviefilm; and BBC News (Covid, Lockdown and Sean Connery)

      This episode is audio describedContains strong language, adult humour and sexual references. Filmed following social distancing guidelines.This episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 8

      This time, Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching The Million Pound Cube, Strictly Come Dancing, The Undoing, The Yorkshire Vet, First Dates, and BBC News (Trump vs Biden)

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, adult humour, full frontal nudity, graphic animal surgery and social distancing guidelines metThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Episode 7 - Gogglebox: Celebrity Special for SU2C

      Mo Gilligan, Vicky McClure, Craig David, KSI, David Mitchell, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Roger Daltrey and John Bishop are some of the famous faces watching Simply Nigella and Family Fortunes

      This episode is audio describedStrong language and adult humour, scenes of violent horror and real life cancer stories that some viewers may find upsettingThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 6

      Gogglebox has been watching The Haunting of Bly Manor, Britain's Got Talent, Only Connect, Made in Chelsea, Autumn at Jimmy's Farm, First Dates, BBC News (Covid data), and ITV News (Trump rally)

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, adult humour, sexual references, frightening horror scenes and graphic farming scenesThis episode is subtitled46 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 5

      The week's biggest and best shows include American Murder: The Family Next Door, Simply Nigella, Top Gear, The Yorkshire Vet, The Savoy, and BBC News on Trump and Covid

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, sexual references and adult humourThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 4

      The shows this time include Ratched, Council House Britain, Family Fortunes, This Morning, First Dates, and BBC News on royal finances, students and the PM's 'misspoke'

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, adult humour and graphic scenes of violence and a dead bodyThis episode is subtitled46 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 3

      On the 'Box this time, Get Organized with The Home Edit, Ratched, EastEnders, Yorkshire Tea vs PG Tips: Battle of the Brews, The Third Day and The Great British Bake Off

      This episode is audio describedAdult humour, strong language, scenes of a violent and sexual nature and distressing scenes of domestic violenceThis episode is subtitled46 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 2

      On the box this week, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?; (Un)well; Extinction: The Facts; Des; The Third Day; BBC News on the R number; and Breakfast with Michael Gove on Brexit

      This episode is audio describedStrong language, adult humour and scenes which some viewers may find distressingThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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      Series 16 Episode 1

      On the box this time, (Un)well off Netflix, When Harry Met Sally, Countdown, Britain's Got Talent, Mary Berry's Simple Comforts, Elephant Hospital, and BBC News on young people and Covid

      This episode is audio describedStrong language and adult humourThis episode is subtitled47 mins
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