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CelebAbility is a brand new physical comedy entertainment show hosted by comedian Iain Sterling in which a group of five friends go head to head with five celebrities in a series of hilarious rounds, all based on the unusual skills the celebrities believe they possess.
From troubled childhood to the death of his son. Who was the man behind the symbol?
Documentary following the work of officers in the two counties over a summer as they cover the largest police force area in England.
Documentary going behind the scenes at the London transport hub, meeting the army of workers who keep this vital network running.
Biopic. Tracing Michael Jackson's extraordinary life, from his humble beginnings and meteoric rise to global pop domination, to his demise with the allegations of child molestation in one of America's most notorious court cases.
The true story of the two years that changed the Queen front man's life.
Joining her whole family for the first chapter of Paul Jnr’s life, Sam is once again throwing open the doors of her gorgeous home and exclusively inviting viewers to join her for this unforgettable journey through motherhood.
Charting the highs and lows of motherhood, audiences will follow loved-up Sam as she finds her feet as a mother, whilst juggling her glitzy career and the pressures of being with Paul in the media spotlight. Whether following their move into their very first family home or joining them for a beautiful christening party, viewers will be there for each and every milestone.
Hosted by Stephen Mulhern, Go For It aims to discover the weirdest and most unique skills that our nation has to offer. Each show will put these unbelievable and quirky skills to the test, will they make the nation gasp, laugh or just shock them into silence?! Each of the challengers will get the chance to show off to the nation and get £1000 in cash if they successfully complete their unusual skill on air.
David Harewood (star of Homeland and The Night Manager) embarks on a very personal, three year journey across Britain, Jamaica and Crimea following the creation of a major new statue of a woman who has always been a heroine of his, Mary Seacole - first statue of a historical figure who was a woman of colour to be erected in Britain.
Paul O'Grady has been interested in the Salvation Army since childhood. Coinciding with their 150th anniversary, Paul, formerly a care worker, gets hands-on and immerses himself in their charitable projects.
Drama about the life and problems of Karen Carpenter, one half of the 1970s brother-and-sister pop act. Supported by testimony from both close friends and Carpenters insiders, including her lovers, close advisers and an exclusive interview with Dionne Warwick, it digs deep into Karen’s often difficult and complex relationships.
Docudrama that delves into the iconic singer’s public and private life through revealing insight from those who surrounded Whitney including her publicist Kenneth Reynolds, bodyguard Alan Jacobs and band mates Wayne Linsey and Kirk Whalum, Arista Records’ Gerry Griffith and friend Jermaine Jackson who share their personal stories and thoughts on Whitney’s astonishing story of success and excess.
After a 15-month whirlwind romance, much-loved TOWIE celeb Sam Faiers and her partner Paul Knightly have been blessed with the pitter-patter of tiny feet. In this tell-all reality show, Sam is exclusively inviting ITVBe viewers to join her for this unforgettable journey into motherhood. From baby scans; birthing classes and the swanky baby shower, to coping with a newborn; breastfeeding and general lack of sleep.
For three generations ITV has broadcast performances by some of the planet’s most incredible musical artists. Many were only screened once before being bundled into the ITV archives. Pop Gold breathes new life into some of the most incredible music performances ever shown on UK television.
Pop stars Duncan, Simon, Lee and Antony rise to the challenge of working in a beachfront bar in Ibiza’s favourite party destination, San Antonio. Unbeknown to the band their ‘staff’ and acquaintances are actors and comedians, whose deliberately outlandish comical creations are contrived to cause mischief and make their two weeks in Ibiza a stay they’ll never forget!
Travelling the length of the British Isles via modes of transport, I Never Knew That About Britain explores Britain’s rich and surprising history, unearthing eccentric characters and stories from Britain’s past and celebrating some of the greatest technological, artistic, scientific and political achievements of the British people. Paul Martin is joined by Steve Mould, who looks at scientific stories and Suzannah Lipscomb, who investigates historic stories.
Passionate autobiography fan Fearne Cotton takes us to unprecedented access to the professional and personal lives of high profile personalities often hitting our headlines. In every episode, Fearne goes out on a quest to find out more about the real lives behind the public personas and tabloid images of stars like McBusted, Paris Hilton, Alesha Dixon, James Blunt, Peaches Geldoff and Craig David.
After the huge success of their reunion, Blue, Atomic Kitten, 5ive Honeyz, B*Witched, 911 and Liberty X get together once more for their cover of “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday” as part of the Text Santa initiative.
Award-winning journalist Michael Buerk and leading historian and broadcaster Bettany Hughes are joined by a host of guest presenters to uncover a fresh hoard of extraordinary objects found by ordinary people that have changed our understanding of British history.
Michael Buerk and Bettany Hughes are joined by a range of contributors and experts to count down the top 50 secret homes in Britain. Each of the homes tells an extraordinary story about who we are as a nation and how we once lived. From cottages to council houses, bungalows to palaces, some of the most significant homes in our country remain relatively unknown to the public. But all these extraordinary places have borne witness to key moments in our nation’s history.
What happens when four brides with four totally different styles agree to attend and judge one another's weddings? It's a competition with only one winner - and the prize at stake is a fabulous honeymoon!
Paddy McGuinness hosts this comedy series from his glamorous Bolton pad, guiding viewers through the good, bad and ugly world of television from his 10-foot plasma TV. Recorded on his “Paddy Player”, the show includes some TV gold from his unique footage with archive gems and rarely seen clips.
After a 11-year hiatus we brought the heart-warming show back to the telly. Hosted by Holly Willoughby, the show rewards the country’s most extraordinary people with spectacular surprises.
After a successful reunion, the quintet prepares for their come back tour and get ready to hit the road again for the first time in 11 years.
Daily magazine broadcast live from London to the world during the 2012 Summer Olympics. Presented by Laura Whitmore, Darren McMullen and Dave Berry, the show features the hottest celebs, athletes and music of the London Olympics.
A unique and intimate portrayal of the rock and roll enigma that is The Kings Of Leon. Mixing never been seen before archive, behind the scenes footage, an intimate concert and revelatory interviews with all four members of the band, the programme was a true celebration of one of the most iconic bands of our generation.
Every day, our celebrity chef Gino D'Acampo travels to a different part of the country on his food odyssey to discover wonderful main course dishes packed with history.
He takes three local home cooks, and the recipes that have been passed down through their families from generation to generation, out of the home and into a professional kitchen.
Chart-topping 90s pop band, Steps, reunite to discuss their acrimonious split. Capturing the group as they recounted their experiences whilst in Steps, the sentimental, nostalgic and often fiery encounters revealed how the band really felt during their glory years and the dramatic confrontation before the past was truly put behind them.
In this exclusive fly-on-the-wall documentary, internationally renowned superstar Michael Buble got out from behind the lights and microphone to explore and celebrate the UK whilst on his tour. We got to know the man both on and off-stage and have exclusive access to see him regaling his British fans performing his smash hits on his UK tour.
On Party Wars, you’ll be hooked by the extraordinary, unique, imaginative and outrageous party hosts, as they attend and judge each other’s milestones parties. Contestants battle it out to throw the best party and then get rated by each of the other contestants.
One of Britain’s most iconic shows with a 21st century makeover. Living up to its tradition as one of television’s toughest quiz, to become Krypton Factor Champion, contestants have to be smarter, faster and more resilient than ever before.
Hosted by Holly Willoughby, Cheryl Cole performs songs from her last album and chat with the artists that influenced her, including R..?
Hosted by Myleene Klass, on one special night, Celine Dion, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, Girls Aloud, Leona Lewis, Jamelia, Natasha Bedingfield and Chaka Khan get together for a music performances to mark the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.