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What do Britain’s sharpest armchair critics think of our biggest and best TV programmes?


Britain’s best amateur bakers compete in the iconic white tent to prove their skills

The Great British Bake Off

Reality series following the lives, loves and awks of SW3’s bright young things

Made in Chelsea

BAFTA-winning comedy game show starring Taskmaster Greg Davies and his sidekick Alex Horne


Hollyoaks: the village in Chester where it all happens


Acclaimed US political drama that goes behind the scenes at the White House

The West Wing

Comedy about reluctant child genius Malcolm and his dysfunctional family

Malcolm in the Middle

A daring dating series that starts where some good dates might end – naked

Naked Attraction

Smash-hit adolescent comedy about a bunch of lads behaving sadly…

The Inbetweeners

The landmark series that follows police detectives as they investigate major crimes

24 Hours in Police Custody

B&B owners take turns to stay with each other as they compete to be crowned best hosts

Four in a Bed

Love, life, basketball and teen drama in small-town North Carolina

One Tree Hill

Award-winning US comedy

following the misadventures of the staff at Sacred Heart Hospital


Drama series about a new academy school that merges the lives and cultures of a community

Ackley Bridge

A warm and honest exploration of life at Harrop Fold secondary school in Salford

Educating Greater Manchester

Sitcom from Robert Popper about the gloriously idiosyncratic Goodman family

Friday Night Dinner

Greg Davies’ comedy series about a childish idiot whose world is on the brink of collapse

Man Down

The First Dates restaurant throws open its doors to single people looking for love

First Dates

Can Dick Strawbridge and his wife Angel bring a French chateau back to life?

Escape to the Chateau

The knives (and forks) are out as strangers compete to be crowned top dinner party host

Come Dine with Me

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