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Monty Don helps amateur gardeners to make their humble plots into something they can really dig, both with a spade and just generally. Helen and Richard live near Doncaster and long for a highly productive allotment of things to pickle, preserve and eat. Jan and John in West Sussex have a building site they hope to convert into a Portuguese paradise. Don spends the course of a year popping back to assist them with clearing, building, weeding and so on. A new episode shows every night this week. Julia Raeside
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- Julia Raeside, Gwilym Mumford, Jonathan Wright, John Robinson, Hannah Verdier, Ben Arnold, David Stubbs and Hannah J Davies
And don't expect the British mothers to be prim and proper - because in our video interview with Jennifer below, she reveals that they're actually worse than their American counterparts.
Even Jennifer admits that she almost "came to blows" - while one mum was actually asked to leave the series after going too far. And all over dance!
If you want more, the special Dance Mums: Abby Meet Jennifer airs tonight on Lifetime at 8.30pm, while Dance Mums with Jennifer Ellison begins next Monday (October 20) at 9pm on Lifetime. »
A+E Networks UK Orders British Version Of ‘Dance Moms’ The UK is getting the first format adaptation of Lifetime’s U.S. reality series Dance Moms. A+E Networks UK has ordered a British version the show, to be titled Dance Mums. Shiver, part of ITV Studios, will produce eight hourlong episodes of the show, which will be fronted by actress and dance Jennifer Ellison, whose Liverpool dance school Fame Academy provides the setting. Dance Mums is due to air this year. Network Ten Bringing Fake Prince Harry Reality Show To Australia Network Ten has acquired Shine International’s upcoming reality series I Wanna Marry ‘Harry’ for Australia. Co-produced by Zig Zag Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions, the eight-episode series features 12 women competing for their chance to marry “Prince Harry”, while living at an English estate. But there is a catch: It’s not actually Prince Harry but imposter Matthew Hicks. »
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The eight-part series, produced by Shiver, will have a similar format to the Us show, with Ellison's Liverpool dance school, Fame Academy, providing the setting.
"I won't let anything that isn't West End leading lady standard go out that door!"
The Us series follows dance teacher Miller as she deals with pushy parents and their child performers as they embark on their early showbusiness careers. It has the highest ratings for a non-fiction series on Lifetime in the Us.
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Outnumbered: Wednesday (March 5) at 9pm on BBC One
We've been dreading this day, the day when we finally have to cut the apron strings and let go of the kids from Outnumbered. Sorry, we thought we'd be able to stay strong but it's just too...*dabs eyes with hankie*
Yes, after five series, the show's child stars Tyger Drew-Honey (Jake), Daniel Roche (Ben) and Ramona Marquez (Karen) are starting to dwarf their on-screen parents Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner, meaning it's time to bring the beloved BBC sitcom to an end. In this final episode, Auntie Angela (Samantha Bond »
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