Gareth Malone

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The Great Celebrity Bake Off 2022: episode two – as it happened
Chocolate fondant puddings and meringues are on the menu, as Ruby Wax, Laura Whitmore, Yung Filly and Gareth Malone step into the tent for the charity competition

Scott Bryan and Michael Chakraverty

29, Mar, 2022 @8:12 PM

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The week in TV: White House Farm; Deadwater Fell and more
The true tale of the grisly Bamber murders fought a fictional crime drama for small-screen supremacy

Euan Ferguson

12, Jan, 2020 @5:30 AM

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A tuneless choir can still hit the right note | Letters
Letters: Readers respond to a letter writer who loves to sing but admits she cannot keep in tune


10, Jan, 2020 @5:00 PM

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The Choir: Aylesbury Prison review – Gareth Malone goes behind bars
The still boyish choirmaster has turned many unlikely people into singers in his time, but a young offender institution is his most daunting challenge yet. There will be tears

Tim Dowling

06, Jan, 2020 @10:00 PM

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TV tonight: can Gareth Malone get Aylesbury prison singing?
In the first of a two-parter, the choirmaster tries to get a prison out of special measures through song. Plus: the celebrity coach trippers hit Saint-Tropez

Hannah J Davies, Paul Howlett, Ammar Kalia

06, Jan, 2020 @6:20 AM

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Jailhouse blues – TV, Gareth Malone and singing as a route to redemption
When the nation’s choirmaster wanted to work with young offenders, a charity that creates choirs behind bars lent a hand

Ginny Dougary

05, Jan, 2020 @9:06 AM

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Alexandra Palace’s ‘hidden’ theatre to reopen after £18.8m restoration
Performers to grace the Victorian stage in London after a gap of 80 years, once lottery-funded revamp finishes this summer

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

26, Apr, 2018 @7:17 AM

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Gareth Malone: the excruciating downfall of Mr Choir
He’s gone from a lovable vicar type to an embarrassing berk who dabbles in dabbing. The moral? National treasures should never try to ‘go young’

Stuart Heritage

19, Jun, 2017 @11:35 AM

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Tuesday’s best TV: Westworld; Prison, My Parents & Me
The sci-fi drama edges ever closer to the rise of the machines, while Catey Sexton follows a group of children with imprisoned parents

Ali Catterall, Andrew Mueller, Phil Harrison, Gwilym Mumford, Mark Gibbings-Jones, Graeme Virtue, Jonathan Wright and Paul Howlett

15, Nov, 2016 @6:10 AM

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Gareth Malone is a one-man guide to Britain | Viv Groskop
Amid all the singing, the ever charming choirmaster reveals the nation to itself

Viv Groskop

13, Nov, 2016 @12:05 AM

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The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain review – the anti-Simon Cowell does it again
You might have thought there weren’t any choirs left for Gareth Malone to discover. Then up stepped the Mums in Durham for another tearjerking fanfare

Chitra Ramaswamy

02, Nov, 2016 @7:20 AM

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Turn it down! Why has TV got louder?
A combination of how broadcasts handle quiet noises and the way audio is compressed for mobile devices is causing a stink among viewers, programme-makers and – most importantly – Gareth Malone

Mark Lawson

25, Oct, 2016 @12:59 PM

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