Will ‘Bake Off’ go stale on Channel 4

The BBC took a risk when they first aired The Great British Bake Off (TGBBO), which moved from BBC2 to prime-time BBC1. A baking contest has risen up the rankings to become what you might call a flagship show. It has to be up there with Strictly as a show that is properly entertaining for all […]

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Strike whilst the iron is hot

Theresa May MP, unless someting extremely untoward occurs between now and Wednesday, will wake up as a member of the Cabinet and will go to bed in number 10 Downing Street as both the leader of the Conservative Party and the UK’s new PM. With Labour in complete disarray Theresa May’s second most important act […]

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Labour: un-spun or coming undone?

Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the Labour Party, has barely got his feet under the table but there are already fault lines appearing within the party. Whilst his informal style and anti-establishment undertones resonated with those eligible to vote, he needs to quickly unify the Shadow Cabinet and the wider party and present some […]

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Clarkson: storm in a tea cup?

Love him or loathe him, Jeremy Clarkson has earned some serious money for the BBC with the runaway success that is Top Gear, which he has co-presented since 2002. It is undoubtedly BBC2’s biggest and most popular show, which is why any decision to suspend the programme could be a problem. Clearly, if Mr Clarkson […]

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Je suis Charlie

This post, entltiled simply: ‘Je suis Charlie’ (I am Charlie), is our gesture of support for the freedom of speech, to show our solidarity with the people of France and in memory of those that lost their lives in Paris this week.

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