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              Tuesday, 7 September 2021

              Tom Kerridge, Nisha Katona and Ed Gamble announced as new judging panel on BBC Two’s Great British Menu

              The BBC's Great British Menu has today confirmed a new judging panel for the next series, which will be made up of Chef's Tom Kerridge and Nisha Katona, and comedian and host of a popular food podcast, Ed Gamble, when it returns to BBC Two in early 2022.

              Great British Menu will begin filming for the thirteenth series this autumn when Tom, Nisha and Ed will join host Andi Oliver to judge heats across the UK. The most talented chefs from across the UK will battle it out for the chance to cook at a banquet that, in the year of the BBC's centenary, will celebrate British creativity through 100 years of television broadcasting.

              Tom Kerridge, Chef, says: "I am so thrilled to be judging Great British Menu, it holds such a special place in my heart having cooked at the banquet twice. I've been through it, I know the pressure, the highs and the lows, which is what makes it such a brilliant competition and a great show. I can't wait to meet the chefs and see some of the UK's finest talent shine."

              Nisha Katona, Chef and Restaurateur, says: "What an absolutely delicious privilege it is to make the ranks of judge on the Great British Menu! As a chef with restaurants across the country I have always been so invested in the sublime skills of our culinary regions. Their virtuosity and artistry has always blown me away and to join the happy GBM tribe is nothing less than a dream come true. Pass me a fork!"

              Ed Gamble, Comedian and host of food podcast Off Menu, says: "It's a great honour to be asked to judge on this shining jewel in the BBC's crown. I've been in strict training for the show by eating full meals every hour. Good news: I love food. Bad news: I eat with my mouth open."

              Oliver Peyton and Matthew Fort will leave the programme as judges after 15 years, as will Rachel Khoo who featured as a judge in series 12

              Tony Bellew and guests - including Ricky Gervais, Wayne Rooney and Joy Crookes - get angry in a new podcast for BBC Sounds

              Ex-boxing world champion Tony Bellew will open up about the things that get him riled in new BBC Sounds and BBC Radio 5 Live podcast, Tony Bellew Is Angry

              Being angry is no bad thing when you're a boxer, but now Tony's not punching people for a living he needs a new outlet.

              Throughout the series he will go toe to toe with different guests as they talk about the times in their lives when they've been infuriated - from life-changing pivotal moments to the everyday stuff that aggravates us all. Tony will ask how they've dealt with it and what they've learnt, in the hope of gathering some tips on dealing with his own anger.

              Tony says: "I've been fuelled a lot in life by anger, so looking back on why I've made certain decisions and why I've done the things I have was like therapy. I've really enjoyed listening to other people's stories and their experiences in dealing with anger. Hearing the things that make people mad has made me realise I'm not on my own, so for me it was good to get things off my chest and off my mind."

              Tony Bellew Is Angry begins on 14 September with two episodes featuring Wayne Rooney and James English. Other episodes include Ricky Gervais and Joy Crookes, with more to be announced, as they share anecdotes of their anger through tears, laughter and rage.

              BBC One announces follow up to record-breaking documentary, Katie Price: Harvey And Me

              In January, Katie Price: Harvey And Me was released to huge critical and audience acclaim, gathering over five million viewers in 30 days on BBC iPlayer, and becoming the biggest BBC documentary of the period for 16-34 year olds. Critics also praised the documentary for opening up the conversation about raising disabled children. The programme has also recently been shortlisted for a National Television Award and a Grierson Award.

              Harvey And Me followed Katie Price and her son Harvey (then 18), who lives with a number of complex physical and neurological conditions, as they navigated Harvey's transition into adulthood and further away from home. Katie met other parents of disabled children and the film shone a light on the little-known issues around care provision and education for those with complex needs.

              Now, in Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next (w/t), cameras will follow Katie and Harvey through six months of Harvey's life which will see an huge amount of change. Harvey is leaving behind the school he's attended for a decade and, after a summer with the family and a day of new experiences shadowing staff at a train company, he will embark on a challenging and exciting new chapter as a residential student of National Star College, hours from his family, that will be his home for the next three years.

              The transition to this new way of life will be a big upheaval for the family, although the highly specialised teaching and therapy Harvey will receive will lay the crucial foundations for a more independent adult life. Meanwhile, Katie must also come to terms with him being away from home, and with the progress he's making without her. Will this separation, as painful as it may be for Katie and Harvey, ultimately be the best thing for both of them?

              As Harvey and his new fellow students start to learn skills, including work experience and interacting with others in the local community. The film will explore the broader issues that all young adults face as they transition from school to college, as well as how it feels to make new friends, miss home or live more independently as a young person with additional needs.

              Katie Price says: "The overwhelming love and support we received following Harvey And Me earlier this year was incredible. To see how so many people connected with our story and how it has helped so many families out there who are going through similar experiences has made me so proud. But Harvey's story doesn't end there.

              "In this next documentary we will again open up our lives to viewers, as Harvey takes the next step into adulthood as he moves out of our family home. I want to show our real story about how Harvey and I cope with such a big change in our lives, and hopefully help others dealing with similar issues."

              What Harvey Did Next (w/t) will be a coming-of-age story with a difference, a complex and nuanced look at the experience of being a disabled young adult; we feel every frustration, and celebrate all the joys and successes of Harvey and his new friends at National Star College, in this next chapter of the life of the Prices.

              Jamie Oliver leads search for undiscovered cookbook star in new TV competition

              In a brand-new TV format from Jamie Oliver Productions and Plum Pictures, Jamie Oliver leads the quest to find the next big name in cookery.

              A book deal with Penguin Random House is up for grabs as the search to discover who has the recipe for success, and a winning cookbook concept, begins. The competition is open to foodies from all walks of like, from humble home cooks and unknown chefs, to Instagram food-influencers and street food vendors.

              Jamie Oliver presents the series and, having developed 25 cookbooks during his career to make him the biggest selling non-?ction author in UK history, he will mentor the contestants, sharing his knowledge and experience to help develop their skills and passion for food.

              Over seven episodes and with Jamie's guidance, our would-be cookery authors must prove to publishers and expert judges they have what it takes to create a bestseller.

              The series begins with wannabe cookbook authors from across the country pitching their unique cookbook ideas and signature dishes. The panel of experts will pick their favourites to return for the next part of the process, where the competitors must cook more dishes, hone their book concepts and see how well their recipes measure up to testers at home.

              Packed full of incredible food, the series culminates with three ?nalists bringing their books to life for the judges and industry experts in a ?nal pitch for the ultimate prize.

              Only one foodie will walk away with their very own publishing deal with Michael Joseph at Penguin Random House.

              Jamie Oliver said: "I have been crafting cookbooks for over 20 years and I know the dedication, skill and intuition it takes to create recipes people want to buy and try at home. Breaking into publishing is incredibly difficult - an impossible dream for so many amazing cooks out there - so I am just so excited to get out there and discover incredible new talent, new perspectives and new approaches to cooking and food. We know the talent is out there and I'm thrilled to be able to help them ful?ll their potential."

              Monday, 6 September 2021

              GOOD GRIEF Season 1, hilarious new TV comedy written by & starring from Eve and Grace Palmer Exclusive UK Premiere on Sundance Now 30 Sept, 2nd Season in 2022


              You’ll be dying with laughter as Good Grief the latest comedy sensation from New Zealand , hits UK TV on 30 September with its premiere exclusively on Sundance Now via Amazon Prime Video Channels.

              With a second series already commissioned to premiere next year, the laugh-out loud six-part series comes to the UK and follows the lives, loves,  deaths and disasters of two differing sisters who are thrown together when they inherit their late grandad’s funeral parlour.

              A new comedy force to be reckoned with, real life sisters Eve and Grace Palmer take the leads and also co-write this cleverly observed, brilliantly wry series that chimes perfectly with the current run of outstanding comedies championing strong female talent. Channelling Six Feet Under themes with Stath Lets Flats and This Country humour, this fish-out-of-water comedy series might just be the funniest show to come out of the country since Flight of the Conchords.

              With no idea how to run a funeral home – or the oddball staff that work there – Ellie (Eve Palmer, Jawbone) and Gwen Good (Grace Palmer, Shortland Street) are thrust into a world of embalming, emceeing, and extreme embarrassment. Recently fired from her teaching career, Ellie starts to warm to the job, while all Gwen wants to do is escape to Bali and become a DJ. But facing death every day gives Ellie and Gwen the chance to reassess their own lives and out of the sadness they face comes laughs aplenty.

              The series deftly blends tragedy and comedy and features stand-out performances from a stellar case including Vinnie Bennett (Fast & Furious 9), Josh Thomson (The New Legends of Monkey), Sophie Hambleton (Westside), Lucy Wigmore (Shortland Street) and Bree Peters (Sweet Tooth).

              Eve and Grace Palmer said, “They say ‘if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry’ but we hope that in watching this dark comedy about life and death, you’ll be able to do both.”

              Good Grief, Season 1 is co- created and co-written by Eve and Grace Palmer along with co-creator/co-writer Nick Schaedel, directed by Kiel McNaughton (The Legend of Baron To’a, My Life is Murder), and produced by Angela Cudd (I Am Waru) and Kerry Warkia (Vai, Waru). Season 2 has been co-commissioned by AMC Networks’ IFC and Sundance Now from Kiel McNaughton and Kerry Warkia’s Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions Ltd.

              Sundance Now, the streaming service from AMC Networks, is available as an Amazon Prime Video Channels add on in the UK.

              Sunday, 5 September 2021

              Introducing The Great Debate with Trevor Phillips

              Sky News has announced the arrival of a new programme The Great Debate.

              Hosted by Trevor Phillips, the weekly discussion programme will give the audience the power to question the decisions that are made about their lives and interrogate the people who make them.

              The dizzying speed of the news agenda can lead to a cacophony of competing opinions. In contrast, The Great Debate will spend a full hour exploring in depth and in detail the single issue dominating the news that week, helping the audience find answers to the questions that matter to them.

              The programme will feature contributions from the leading experts, opinion-formers and decision-makers in that field. But it will put the audience at the heart of the show – they will determine the questions, recount their experiences and share their views.

              Trevor Phillips said: "In a world where things are moving faster than ever, where there is more information than most of us can handle, and people in charge too often underestimate the intelligence of the public, there should be room for informed debate that wrestles with questions to which there are no easy answers.

              "The Great Debate audience will be the star of our show - our agenda will be set by real world opinion rather than people with titles in front of their names or letters after them.

              "Nothing is off limits. That means we can't be sure what questions will be asked and no one will know what the answers will look like. But everyone will emerge with a fuller understanding of the issues that matter to our viewers, and we hope a passion to join in the argument."

              The Great Debate will be broadcast simultaneously on Sky Showcase and Sky News at 9pm, weekly from Monday 27th September.

              All Around Britain returns for second series

              All Around Britain returns for a second series on Sunday 5th September at 11.55am, bringing a ray of sunshine into ITV viewers' homes on Sunday mornings.

              Alex Beresford and Ria Hebden are back to present the 10-part series and will be exploring some of the most glorious and fascinating visitor destinations and landmarks across Britain and Northern Ireland.

              Plus they will be bringing viewers the very best heartwarming stories from all of ITV's regional teams.

              Ria said: "I'm delighted to be presenting All Around Britain again. Alex and I had a blast travelling the breadth of the UK in the last series, meeting fascinating people and hearing their inspirational stories. I'm passionate about hearing peoples' stories, so I'm in my element. I've got my wellies at the ready and I can't wait to meet more amazing people and to explore more of this stunning country of ours."

              Alex said: "I'm really excited and looking forward to the second series of All Around Britain with Ria. We'll be bringing you stories of amazing people from across the country and celebrating all things British!"

              All Around Britain, airs on itv every Sunday from September 5th at 11.55am
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