From phone-in votes to choose foster parents to game shows where vital organs are the prize, the latest reality shows from the country that gave us Big Brother, pictured, are more extreme than ever
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Monday 21 July 2008
Friday 06 June 2008
Tonight, for the ninth year in a row, the presenter Davina McCall will bound enthusiastically on to our television screens to unveil this year's Big Brother contestants, including a Muslim convert, a Thai Buddhist and a reformed gangster who was deported from America.
Friday 22 February 2008
A London-based television executive is facing four years in jail after an amount of cannabis weighing less than a grain of sugar was found in his bag at Dubai airport.
Wednesday 24 May 2006
Friday 12 August 2005
Friday 12 August 2005
Monday 28 March 2005
Wednesday 12 January 2005
Thursday 28 October 2004
Endemol, the television production company behind Big Brother, Ready Steady Cook and Ground Force, has received a €2bn (£1.4bn) takeover bid from the American media giant Time Warner.
Tuesday 19 October 2004
Friday 30 January 2004
Tuesday 17 June 2003
Friday 23 May 2003
Saturday 01 March 2003
Sunday 07 May 2000
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