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BBC Two v Channel 4: who wins the battle of the new logos?
Both TV channels have rebooted their idents in a bid to boost their brands. But they’ll struggle to match the nostalgic rush provided by classic TV logos

Stuart Heritage

27, Sep, 2018 @12:42 PM

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Michaela Coel: 'I was trying to be someone else and failing'
She turned her misfit years into the award-winning show Chewing Gum. Now Coel is starring in a major BBC drama – and challenging her industry to be better and braver

Liv Little

11, Aug, 2018 @8:00 AM

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The week in TV: Mum; Young Sheldon; Hold the Sunset; Seven Seconds; Brit awards
Lesley Manville excels once more as Mum, while Young Sheldon mines a Big Bang Theory hero’s precocious youth

Euan Ferguson

25, Feb, 2018 @7:00 AM

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When good TV goes bad: the moment Don’t Tell The Bride got over its Honeymoon phase
When the show left BBC Three, the car crash weddings - once enjoyably uncomfortable - turned into predicament bondage

James Donaghy

22, Jan, 2018 @1:00 PM

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The week in TV: Our Girl, Snowfall, Norskov, GameFace and more
Michelle Keegan makes a decent fist of the tubthumping army drama, while it’s cocaine aplenty in two new series from the US and Denmark

Euan Ferguson

15, Oct, 2017 @6:00 AM

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The unmissable TV shows of summer 2017
Naomi Watts is a shrink in meltdown, William and Harry remember Diana – and Ed Sheeran feels the chill in Game of Thrones. It’s your complete summer TV and streaming guide

Mark Lawson and Kate Abbott

12, Jun, 2017 @5:00 AM

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The week in TV: Hospital; Spy in the Wild; Chewing Gum; The Great Indoors; Let It Shine
BBC2’s Hospital threw us into the NHS crisis, animal spycams astonished – as, in its own way, did Gary Barlow’s new talent show…

Euan Ferguson

15, Jan, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Drifters' Jessica Knappett on turning her wilderness years into a TV smash
Jessica Knappett was once so broke she had to choose between tampons or a sandwich. The writer and actor talks about binge-drinking her way through a quarter-life crisis – and working-class hilarity

Harriet Gibsone

10, Oct, 2016 @6:00 AM

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Vice’s founder thinks television is failing young people – is he right?
Shane Smith aimed to shake up the Edinburgh TV festival with his MacTaggart lecture –but many in the industry challenge his criticisms of old media

Jasper Jackson and Mark Sweney

28, Aug, 2016 @11:30 AM

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BBC sees almost 20% drop in youth viewing after BBC3 TV channel axed
Commercial rivals such as ITV2 and E4 have benefited after channel was moved online-only, research suggests

Mark Sweney

22, Aug, 2016 @6:42 AM

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The week in TV: Inside the Factory; Hugh’s War on Waste; Naked Attraction; Wasted
We’ve arrived at strange times when a nude dating show is less interesting than Gregg Wallace touring a cornflake factory

Euan Ferguson

31, Jul, 2016 @6:00 AM

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The week in TV: Eden, The Secret Agent, Containment, Friday Night Dinner
Channel 4’s year-long survival show looks set to whip up a storm. And the BBC did the impossible with Conrad’s seedy anarchists

Euan Ferguson

24, Jul, 2016 @6:00 AM

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