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8 of TV's bad sex scenes: The Inbetweeners, Friends, New Girl and more

3 December 2013 10:27 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Tonight in London, the very worst in sauciness, smut, and sexploitation will be celebrated at 2013's Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction Awards.

Folk singer Woody Guthrie's debut novel House of Earth will face off against the likes of Susan Choi's My Education and Rupert Thomson's Secrecy for the dubious honour of being named the filthiest and most foul.

Each year, the awards seek to celebrate the "most egregious passage of sexual description" in a novel, so here at Digital Spy, we figured we'd get in on the act - and that's not an innuendo.

Here's a few of television's very worst sex scenes, to prove that when it comes to coitus, telly can do the awkward, the awe-inspring and the just-plain-awful as well as any piece of literature...

Additional material by Daniel Sperling and Morgan Jeffery

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The Choir: Sing While You Work; Fresh Meat – TV review

5 November 2013 1:05 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

With his new beard, Gareth Malone wins everyone over – even the grumpy basses

Here's something to maybe fill the baking void: singing. Not The X Factor, but middle-class talent television, for the Guardian reader: The Choir: Sing While You Work (BBC2) with Gareth Malone. Corporate glee.

Actually It's a shame the Guardian isn't in it (and you have to be to win it, innit). There is a choir here – the Guardian Angels, they call themselves; you can here them practising on a Wednesday lunchtime. What would they do in this? A version of The Snowman theme, rewritten to be about Edward Snowden? We're Spying in the Air … Or some kind of Nwa/Nsa gangsta rap, Straight Outta Kings Place. Or something better.

Anyway, the Guardian's not in it, P&O is. Surely they should do My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion. Or anything by Roxy Music. I'm thinking of the singer. »

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Inbetweeners James Buckley: 'I auditioned for Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa'

15 August 2013 6:14 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

James Buckley has revealed that he auditioned for a role in Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.

The Inbetweeners star - who turned 26 yesterday (August 14) - went to see the movie with his wife Clair Meek and suggested to his Twitter followers that his nerves prevented him from securing the part.

He tweeted: "Off to see alpha papa this afternoon with my wife for my birthday!

"i read for a part in AlphaPapa. Embarrassingly Im such a Coogan geek i was literally star struck of the script. Was V nervous, I wasn't cast."

The Steve Coogan comedy has topped the UK box office this week, taking £2.175 million.

Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Buckley and his Inbetweeners co-stars Simon Bird, Blake Harrison and Joe Thomas would reprise their roles for a sequel to their 2011 movie.

The Inbetweeners Movie 2 is due to open in UK cinemas in August 2014.

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