Seven out of 12 celebrity contestants were injured during filming of the Channel 4 show's second series
Forget the pallid love affairs and clunky social commentary, it’s the political machinations that power this show
Lord Grade was CEO of Channel 4 for ten years until 1997 and has said it could become a 'media powerhouse' in private hands
Also including Mark Webber, Susie Wolff, Alain Prost, Bruno Senna and Alex Zanardi
After being closeted away in a girls' school and becoming a militant Christian, she's gone on to tell lurid tales of her sex life and is about to play a murderous webcam girl. Whatever happened, Michaela Coel?
Report from independent experts criticises St Geroges University Trust, in which the documentary is set
"This might look like a lot of new shows, it is a small amount in comparison to the number of projects we have on the go"
Bazalgette replaces Archie Norman, the former Asda boss who has overseen the turnaround of ITV’s financial fortunes
Though don’t expect Five to mount its version of War & Peace just yet
Viacom promises to revitalise the network with a double-digit increase in its programming budget
Seven out of 12 contestants have been injured, hospitalised or forced to pull out of the skiing show so far
The retired gymnast, 30, had fractured vertebrae fused together after she was injured
The director last interviewed the "new British 'face' of Isis propaganda" in 2014
'Dogs are not babies!'
'You have all the grace of a reversing dump trunk without any tyres on'
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