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The Scottish granny on Bear Grylls’ survival show

[ad_1] Image copyright Channel 4 Image caption Irene Cattanach was 51 years older than the youngest contestant on Treasure Island with Bear Grylls A Scottish great-grandmother who is afraid of water is the oldest contestant on a new reality show set on an uninhabited desert island. Irene Cattanach, 75, from Perthshire, faced boa constrictors and tarantulas during filming for Channel 4 survival show Treasure Island with Bear Grylls. She was
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The Great Pottery Throw Down follows Bake Off from BBC to Channel 4

[ad_1] Image copyright BBC/Love Productions Image caption The first series of The Great Pottery Throw Down aired in 2015 Channel 4 is to resurrect The Great Pottery Throw Down after the show was axed by the BBC.The pottery programme was on BBC Two for two series from 2015, hosted by Sara Cox, but was cancelled last year.It is made by Love Productions, the company behind The Great British Bake-Off. It
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Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson praised for ‘inspiring’ documentary Odd One Out

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Jesy Nelson has been praised for her "inspiring" documentary addressing the impact of online bullying.Odd One Out aired on Thursday on BBC One and revealed how comments from trolls had led the Little Mix star to attempt suicide.The 28-year-old, who rose to fame on The X Factor in 2011, spoke of how she became almost "obsessed" with reading negative comments about herself.Actress Emily Atack tweeted
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PewDiePie cancels $50,000 donation to anti-hate group: ‘I messed up’

[ad_1] Image copyright PewDiePie / YouTube PewDiePie has changed his mind about donating $50,000 (£40,496) to a charity that campaigns to stop hate speech against Jewish people.Earlier this week, he told fans he would give the money to the Anti Defamation League - a group which has previously criticised the YouTuber.He announced the donation to mark hitting 100 million followers on YouTube.But he has since reconsidered, saying he was "sorry
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Tommy Fury: Boxer turned Love Island star will ‘100%’ return to ring

[ad_1] Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague have moved in together since meeting on Love IslandTyson Fury v Otto WallinVenue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas Date: Saturday, 14 September Ring walks: 04:00 BST approx on SundayBBC coverage: Listen on BBC Radio 5 Live and follow text updates on the BBC Sport website and app.British light-heavyweight turned Love Island star Tommy Fury says he will "100%" return to boxing in the next 12
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Lily Allen says ‘record label failed to act on assault’

[ad_1] Lily Allen says her record label has not taken any action after she told them she was sexually assaulted by an industry figure.Allen told The Next Episode podcast she spoke to a Warner Music boss last year about the alleged attack in 2016.A label spokesman said: "We take accusations of sexual misconduct extremely seriously and investigate claims that are raised with us." The BBC understands the alleged attacker continues
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Adele files for divorce from husband Simon Konecki

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Adele and Simon Konecki married in secret in 2016 Singer Adele has filed for divorce from her husband Simon Konecki, according to legal documents filed in the US.A representative said the pair were "committed to raising their son together lovingly". Adele gave birth to her son, Angelo, in 2012. She married Konecki - an investment banker turned charity boss - in 2016 after
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Variant 31: ‘Pushing the boundaries’ of immersive theatre

[ad_1] Image copyright Tom Grace Image caption Variant 31 takes place under ground in seven interlocking buildings It's being promoted as the biggest live immersive game yet. Variant 31 is theatre - there are 150 real-life performers involved. But its creator is hoping it will bring in video gamers - and people who like jumping out of aircraft. If you heard reports of reanimated cadavers roaming at will beneath New
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Downton Abbey the film: 14 things you need to know

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe cast of Downton Abbey discuss going from the small to the big screen It's been talked about for years and now, finally, Julian Fellowes' hit ITV period drama is transferring to the big screen.All your favourite characters have returned - get ready for those famous Dame Maggie one-liners - along with a few high-profile new faces, including Imelda Staunton and