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Lego celebrates Dancing on Ice finale with Torvill & Dean bolero
3 hours ago
Dancing on Ice duo Torvill and Dean have been immortalised in Lego.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the pair's Olympic win, their iconic bolero routine has been recreated out of the building blocks.
The video - which features Dancing on Ice presenters Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley - also coincides with the celebrity skating competition's last ever episode, which airs tonight (March 9).
The video was created by 19-year-old Lego filmmaker Harry Bossert from Walton-on-Thames.
The show's team has been pictured rehearsing for the finale which will see Schofield and »
Saturday Night Takeaway catches up but The Voice still tops ratings
4 hours ago
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway pulled in its highest ratings of the current series so far last night (March 8), according to overnight data.
The third episode of the current 11th series attracted 6.65 million viewers and 28.89% of the audience share when it aired at 7pm on ITV. It gained an additional 356k (1.56%) on +1.
The long-running entertainment show was just 50,000 viewers behind the reigning ratings champion The Voice UK, which once again topped Saturday night's live viewing figures.
The BBC One show pulled in 6.7m (29.3%) as contestants faced off for the second bout of battle rounds at 7pm.
What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Dancing on Ice, Call the Midwife
6 hours ago
Dancing on Ice: ITV, 7pm
After nine series, Dancing on Ice draws to a close tonight and the top all-star is crowned.
Call the Midwife: BBC One, 8pm
In the final episode of series three, Lady Browne's health continues to grow worse, and as things looks bleak Chummy is forced to put aside their bitter argument last week and help nurse her mother.
Young Jenny also meets a new gentleman who catches her eye, while Doc Turner and Shelagh receive a letter from the adoption agency.
Hitting our screens a little late, this Top Gear special finally begins tonight. »
This Week's Must-See TV: 5 Shows You Shouldn't Miss
6 hours ago
Want to make sure you don't miss anything great on the telly in the next seven days? Never fear, because Tube Talk has done all the hard work for you and smushed all of this week's must-see TV into one snappy rundown. Check out what you should be checking out below...
Also check out: Channel 4 boldly goes where no broadcaster has gone before with the Live from Space season. First up is Astronauts: Living In Space (Wednesday, March 12 at 9pm), then we head to Nasa's mission control centre in Astronauts: Houston We Have a Problem (Thursday, March 13 at 9pm), and finally Dermot O'Leary hosts a live link-up with the International Space Station in Lap Of The Planet (Sunday, March 16 at 7.30pm).
The Michael McIntyre Chat Show: Monday (March 10) at 10.35pm on BBC One
Dancing on Ice stars prepare for final show - pictures
17 hours ago
The Dancing on Ice All-Stars judges and presenters have been rehearsing on the ice ahead of Sunday's (March 9) final.
Judges Robin Cousins, Karen Barber, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Roberts will perform together for the first time during the show, while presenters Philip Schofield and Christine Bleakley will also skate.
Check out all the rehearsal pictures below: »
The Voice: The Battles conclude - who killed it?
18 hours ago
Well, that's it! The final Battles have taken place and the confetti is being swept off the ring as we speak. But Kylie, Ricky, Tom and Will had some very tough decisions to make - there were tears - so who made it through? Who headed home? Were the decisions right? And who got the final steal from Kylie? Read on as Digital Spy rounds up all the Battle business...
Chris Royal vs Jamie Lovatt - Team Ricky
Song: 'Rolling in the Deep'
Fighting Talk: Chris doesn't mess around, saying at the piano rehearsal that Jamie is in the way of his dream! But the guys seem to get on, even if they try to outdo each other - Jamie with his rock, and Chris with his falsetto. Ricky thinks the duo have very different voices - power vs emotion, serpent vs lion... But who'll win?
The Battle: It's a »
Dancing on Ice stars recreate Oscars selfie ahead of final episode
18 hours ago
The stars of Dancing on Ice have come together to recreate the Hollywood selfie photo from the Oscars.
Philip Schofield uploaded the photo to Twitter from rehearsals for the show, which will air its last ever episode tomorrow (March 9).
Ellen DeGeneres posted the original selfie during the Academy Awards last weekend. It has become the most retweeted post of all time on Twitter.
A whole host of stars have uploaded their own selfies since the Oscars, including the cast of Made in Chelsea and the BBC Breakfast presenters.
The final of Dancing on Ice All-Stars airs tomorrow at 7pm on ITV. »
Dancing on Ice's Hayley Tamaddon talks Marcus Brigstocke support
23 hours ago
The comedian damaged his knee on Channel 4 series The Jump and had to pull out ahead of the final.
Tamaddon, who is competing against Ray Quinn and Beth Tweddle in the last ever show of Dancing on Ice tomorrow night (March 9), told The Sun: "Marcus is very proud of me, he's there supporting me every week.
"He just did The Jump and it broke him. He has just had a knee operation so touch wood none of us have any injuries like that."
The Coronation Street actress also revealed that she is planning on jumping over three men during the final.
"I go over three lads, it's like I'm flying without the wires," she teased. "They throw me and I rotate in the air and land on one foot »
Sherlock creator Mark Gatiss: 'Benedict Cumberbatch is irreplaceable'
8 March 2014 6:04 AM, PST
The Mycroft actor, who writes the show alongside Steven Moffat, reiterated that the programme is so hard to film due to the lead stars' hectic schedules.
"If Benedict went under a bus tomorrow it would be the end of the show," Gatiss told The Mirror. "Benedict and Martin [Freeman] are our stars.
"We do three episodes a year and although people want more that's all we can do. They are both so famous now it's increasingly difficult to get them."
He added: "Sherlock made Benedict a star and I know he is eternally grateful to the show - he wants to do more.
"They are both major stars but they both want to carry on. »
The Voice battles: Sophie May vs Cherri - Who knows Will best?
8 March 2014 5:00 AM, PST
The Voice is now a matter of Six Hours Away and we're getting very excited indeed. In preparation for the clashes, we've already spoken to representatives of Team Kylie, Team Ricky and Team Tom - which means there's just one team left. Enter will.i.am's Sophie May Williams and Cherri Prince! We pitted the duo against each other to test who knows will the best, and also had a bit of chat about their actual battle, so read on for all of the details...
Fighting Talk - We're going to test you on your knowledge of will.i.am.
Cherri: "Ooooooh dear!"
will.i.am recently revealed he's going to release a new range of what wearable item? (Answer: Eyewear)
Sophie May: "I have no idea!" Points: 0
Cherri: "Oh my goodness. Is it going to be something really random? Sunglasses." Points: 1
will.i.am has a charitable foundation called i. »
Tom Daley goes backpacking for new ITV2 show - first look
8 March 2014 4:59 AM, PST
ITV2 has unveiled the first image from its new show Tom Daley Goes Global.
They are set to stop at back-packing hotspots Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Morocco.
Daley previously said of the show: "Diving and training are my first love but I'm looking forward to a break from the norm and discovering more about places I've never had the chance to explore before."
During the show, viewers will witness Daley crossing items off his bucket list, including flying a plane and bungee jumping.
The Saturdays singer Mollie King will also meet up with him on his trip.
The diver recently admitted to Digital Spy that he is unsure of the future of his show Splash!.
He said: "No decisions have been made. »
Jonathan Creek dips but remains Friday night leader with 5.57 million
8 March 2014 3:38 AM, PST
Jonathan Creek's latest episode continued to attract high ratings for BBC One last night (March 7), coming in as the highest-rated TV show outside of soaps.
Meanwhile, ITV's new documentary series Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages wowed 2.66 million viewers (12.6%) from 8pm, as first-year trainee Kelly dealt with the challenges of nursing. A further 118.6k (0.6%) tuned in an hour later on ITV+1.
The channel maintained much of the audience at 9pm, as 2.19 million (6.3%) stayed to watch Edge of Heaven. An extra 150.8k (0.9%) caught the episode an hour later, as Alfie and Michelle go their separate ways in an attempt to keep their kiss under wraps from Carly. »
The Voice battles: Elesha vs Gary - Who knows Tom best?
8 March 2014 1:00 AM, PST
Hold us. The second round of battles on The Voice are now just hours away, and we're feeling pretty nervous. We've already tried to predict some Team Kylie and Team Ricky results, so now it's time for Team Tom. Step up Elesha Paul Moses and Gary Poole - it's time to find out who knows Tom best! Oh, and have a bit of chat about their actual battle, too...
Fighting Talk - we're going to test your knowledge of Tom.
Elesha: "Oh no!"
How many UK number one studio albums has Tom had? (Answer: 2 - Delilah, Reload)
Elesha: "I'm going to have a joke here with you! I'm going to say... I don't know. Ten?" Points: 0
Gary: "Oh God! Number one albums... Three!" Points: 0
Do you know any of the names?
Elesha: "No! It's Not Unusual?" Points: 0
Gary: "No... It's Not Unusual? Green, Green Grass of Home? I'm completely just making this up! »
What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - The Voice, True Detective, 37 Days
8 March 2014 1:00 AM, PST
The Voice UK: BBC One, 7pm
The battle rounds conclude tonight as the remaining contestants fight for their place in the next stage of the competition.
In this episode there are a total of 12 new pairs all ready to battle it out and impress the juges, including twin act Gemyni against Jade Mayjean Peters, who got all four judges to turn around for her in her blind audition. Will her luck continue tonight?
True Detective: Sky Atlantic, 9pm
Hunt and Cohle embark on a manhunt for a tall man with scarring who they believe is their killer, against pressure to turn the case over to the official force. Their investigations lead them to a religious school - but before they can explore further, new evidence puts Lange back in the spotlight.
In his personal life, Hart sees Lisa out on a date with a new man and his jealousy gets the better of him. »
Sue Perkins turned down Great British Bake Off
7 March 2014 4:01 PM, PST
Great British Bake Off host Sue Perkins has revealed that she originally turned down the job of presenting the BBC reality show.
Speaking on the Jonathan Ross show, Perkins confessed that she was the "luckiest person alive" to have changed her mind.
"They said, 'Would you do it?' and I said, 'No, it's about cakes, don't be silly'," she tells Ross.
Perkins also reveals some amusing secrets about life behind the scenes on the bakery show, which includes the team playing a game with a plastic baguette.
"Paul [Hollywood] in particular likes to take a running jump and thwack me so hard that my teeth knock together," she says.
"I got him [Hollywood]. He bent over to receive a cob and I connected intensely with big John and the twins. So that's what we do. It's like a playground."
Perkins also spills secrets about Mary Berry, telling Ross that the 'Queen »
Big Reunion Jodi Albert's blog: The inside story on Girl Thing's meet
7 March 2014 11:05 AM, PST
We still haven't quite recovered from just how tense last night's episode of The Big Reunion was - and we were just watching it! Digital Spy's blogger Jodi Albert, on the other hand, was front and centre and even hosted it all at her house. Read on for her take on the meeting, 5th Story and more...
"I told you it was going to be a bit crazy, didn't I? I was almost watching it like it was an out-of-body experience. I'm quite interested to see what other people thought. I knew that it was going to be emotional like that because I remember living it and it feeling just crazy, and last night I found myself tearing up over certain things and just feeling a little bit emotionally drained afterwards. But in a really strange way I thought it was quite positive, that eventually we got to some sort »
Last Leg hosts take on wheelchair curling for Paralympics
7 March 2014 10:22 AM, PST
The Last Leg hosts take on the Winter Paralympics sport of wheelchair curling in tonight's episode of the comedy show.
The trio take on Team Gb's finest, Lee Pearson, Hannah Cockroft and Richard Whitehead, in a curling competition.
Without any experience in the sport, the presenters get training from champion British wheelchair curler Michael McCreadie and Sochi silver medallist David Murdoch.
Must-watch jaw-dropping sports at the Winter Paralympics: Video guides
7 March 2014 9:22 AM, PST
The Winter Olympics featured some truly inspiring and jaw-dropping sporting events. However, the Paralympics are about to take things up a couple of notches further.
From sit-skiing to para-snowboarding, to skiing without a leg to skiing without sight, the action in Sochi will be truly breathtaking. Here are just four of the events you can look forward to watching over the coming week.
"The first thing you need is courage."
A beautiful event to watch, sit-ski features contestants taking to the slopes in a mono-ski. It is is actually a rare event that could potentially feature disabled and able bodied competitors taking each other on one day. There are different classes for the different disabilities, and one event features athletes who are only able to use their arms.
"It's like motorcross on snow."
Snowboarding proved to be a massive hit at this year's Olympics and the para version »
Adam Richman's Fandemonium: TV star talks food and football - video
7 March 2014 8:41 AM, PST
Adam Richman is back - and this time, it's going to be utter Fandemonium.
The Food Network legend returns tonight with a new show that explores, in the man's own words, "extreme passion from ordinary people who express it in ordinary ways".
Digital Spy spoke to Adam about his own obsessions - from football to comic books - and whether he's passionate about the UK.
Richman also talks Chinese food, kebabs, what he calls "culinary anthropology" and the notion of "food as story".
Adam Richman's Fandemonium begins tonight (Friday, March 7) at 9pm on the Food Network.
Adam Richman visits White Hart Lane for new Fandemonium show
Adam Richman sheds 4 stone in weight loss success »
10 Things About... Dancing on Ice
7 March 2014 8:26 AM, PST
After nine eventful series, ITV's Dancing on Ice finally hangs up its skates this Sunday (March 9).
Since its launch on January 14, 2006, the show has given us some truly memorable comedic moments - with Todd Carty's stumble off the rink in series four certainly springing to mind.
As ITV prepares to broadcast the last televised Bolero performance from Olympian duo Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean and crown its final pair of winners, we present ten facts about Dancing on Ice in celebration of all things icy and sparkly.
1. Since 2006, Torvill and Dean have taught an incredible 111 different celebrities, comprising a total of 700 choreographed routines and a staggering 260 days on the ice. This all amounts to a grand total of 3,432 hours spent coaching. Somebody give them another medal!
2. Alongside all this training and coaching, the Olympic champions have also performed 90 different routines themselves for the show over the nine years.
3. Speaking of figures, »
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