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Friday’s best TV: Children in Need, Unreported World, American Horror Story

17 November 2016 10:10 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Take That and Michael Bublé rattle their tins for Pudsey. Plus: dangerous beauty treatments in South Africa, and season six of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology reaches its bloody climax

Children in Need returns for 2016, with the early shift helmed by Tess Daly, Greg James, Graham Norton and former Paralympian Ade Adepitan, who introduces a kids’ version of Would I Lie to You and announces the winner of the first ever Sir Terry Wogan fundraiser of the year award. Later, switch to BBC2 for music from Michael Bublé, Take That and Ellie Goulding, while the late show on BBC1 sees a comedy dance performance from the cast of Citizen Khan. Ben Arnold

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- Ben Arnold, Ali Catterall, Paul Howlett, John Robinson, Jack Seale, David Stubbs, Jonathan Wright

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Strictly Come Dancing: week seven – as it happened

6 November 2016 12:01 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Did Ed Balls live to boogie another week? We followed every step as another couple left the Strictly dancefloor

7.58pm GMT

So that’s it for another Strictly week! We’ve made it past the half way point of the series, and things are starting to hot up on the Strictly dancefloor.

I’m sorry this weekend has been a bit...alternative, but I’m in the liveblog chair every week now until the very end. So that’s pre-Blackpool, Blackpool, post-Blackpool, quarter-finals, semi-finals, Grand Final. Thank you as ever for joining in, have a brilliant week, and I’ll see you at 6.55pm next Saturday!

7.57pm GMT

Laura and Giovanni take to the floor to shaggy-haired 80s crooner Michael Bolton’s ‘How Am I Supposed To Live Without You?’ Think of the lie-ins, Laura.

7.54pm GMT

All the judges vote to keep Ore and Joanne, which means Laura And Giovanni are out of Strictly. »

- Stuart Heritage

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Sir Terry Wogan: tributes to BBC broadcaster dead aged 77 - as they happened

31 January 2016 8:20 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

All the reaction and tributes to the BBC TV and Radio presenter Terry Wogan, who has died of cancer aged 77, best known for his chat show Wogan, the Eurovision Song Contest and Children In Need.

4.20pm GMT

We’re going to end this live blog now, thank you very much for all the touching contributions via GuardianWitness, especially the insights into the world of TOGs.

For 50 years Sir Terry graced our screens and airwaves. His warmth, wit and geniality meant that for millions he was a part of the family.

We are all so terribly sad upon hearing of the passing of Terry. I can’t put into words how the whole Radio 2 family is feeling.

None of us were expecting this, come out of a clear blue sky, so it’s really hard to take in.

Related: Terry Wogan: the intriguingly subversive national treasure

3.54pm GMT

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- Jessica Elgot

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