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Freakshow, baby baby on the dancefloor … It’s a Halloween special on Strictly – are you ready for a spooktacular night of punful gags and wicked waltzes?
So that’s another Strictly week done and dusted – I’ll be back here at 6.30pm next Saturday for another week of dad dancing and fancy footwork, so please join me then. In the meantime you can find me on Twitter @heidistephens, it would be lovely if you came and said hello. Thank you as always for joining in, you are the Fred to my Ginger, the Nureyev to my Fonteyn, and the Bruno to my Darcey. Have a lovely week! Hx
Tonight’s final dance is “Ghost Town” by The Specials. Too much fighting on the dance floor.
- Heidi Stephens
The three-hour ramble saw the duo joined by children and families from the Kennington Association Adventure Playground, a project that receives funding from Children in Need.
"I've always been a supporter of BBC Children in Need, but to meet some of the young people who are directly benefitting from everyone's support really brings new meaning to the cause," said Rani.
"That's why I'm asking everyone at home to show their support and put on their own sponsored ramble."
Each walk saw the presenters joined by projects supported by Children in Need, including the Brittle Bone Society, »
Do you love learning more about life in the British countryside? BBC Two’s television show, “Countryfile,” takes fans of shabby-chic living throughout the countrysides of the British Isles, introducing them to the places and notable people that make country life fun and unique. In one of the episodes of “Countryfile,” the show heads to Peak District, which is the site of one of Britian’s popular shows. “Countryfile is in the Peak District where John Craven is on the set of the BBC drama, The Village. He gets behind the scenes to meet the cast and explores the impact filming has had on the real village of Hayfield. He also reveals [ Read More ]
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Beat the Brain, which will air in the BBC's daytime programming block, tests the way its contestants think by pitting teams of four in challenges that involve different centres of the brain.
Contestants will be given logical problems, visual puzzles and memory challenges, rather than trivia questions.
The series comes from Objective Productions and Over The Top Productions.
Nigel Hall of Over The Top Productions announced the series, saying: "I am really excited to be working with the legend that is John Craven, who has starred in so many landmark TV shows in his career.
"We were absolutely thrilled he chose Beat the Brain to be his next TV project. These brain games are addictive and we are confident that this will be a show that the whole family can enjoy together."
Beat the Brain is scheduled »
4 items from 2015
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