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BBC One “Christmas idents 2016” by BBC Creative

The eight spots featured the fans introducing their favourite programmes. Those who took part were found at fan events via social media and from ads placed on the shows’ websites.

Among those chosen for the project were corgi dog lovers for the Queen’s Christmas Broadcast ident, a group of expectant mums for Call The Midwife and East End market traders for EastEnders.

 

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GolfJuice

Golf Juice is here!  Don’t miss your chance to catch up on the fun, new and exciting golf magazine show that aired over the summer on Sky Sports. Hosted by Jimmy Bullard, DJ Spooney, Zoe Hardman and Mark Crossfield, Golf Juice is now exclusively available to watch on GolfOnline.

Episode One features Heavyweight Boxer, David Haye who chats about his plans to return to the ring as well as trying his hand at the Callaway Pin Point Challenge. Watch as Haye seeks the help of Golf Juice’s resident PGA professional Mark Crossfield to tidy up his technique.

The first challenge from the series takes place at Stoke Park Golf Club near Slough. Here the team uses a new state-of-the-art and a seriously cool device called Rolley Golf – a high-speed, ride on golf trolley that starts as a trolley but can also be transformed into a ride on. See who plays the holefastest and what shenanigans happen throughout.

Watch as Bullard plays a few holes with World Trick Shot Champion Geoff Swain, who shows some of his amazing skills and even brings the former footballer into the action. Or check out Cara Robinson as she has a round at Royal St Georges and shows us one of the most outrageous bunkers on any golf course in the world!

Also in the episode Andy Proudman and Piers Ward from Me and My Golf take on the tricky short par-3 at Royal Troon known as the Postage Stamp, but not in a conventional way.Still wanting more???  Stay tuned for Episode 2 coming soon to GolfOnline.

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Thanks to guy’s at Pinewood MBS Lighting and Richard Martin for supplying the lighting the equipment for the show.

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Shed of the Year

George clarkes Micro Designs 1 Caravan

Recent research has revealed that Britain is a nation of shed-fanatics with 65% of adults now owning a shed and the average shed owner spending over a year of their life in their prized shelter. In fact Brits love their shed so much that 6% would like to be buried in them.

George Clarke and his small space master craftsman William Hardie, architect Laura Clark and industrial designer Max McMurdo will be following Britain’s prestigious and fantastical ‘Shed of the Year’ competition sponsored by Cuprinol. Together they’ll be investigating and assessing some of the 2000 entries from across the UK.

The dynamic designer team will be travelling the breadth of the country, poking their expert noses into some of the most incredible, beautiful, extraordinary and size defying sheds whilst meeting their proud and sometimes eccentric owners

From the shed made entirely of shimmering CDS to another built to look like a replica of the HMS Victory. The star gazing shed with an opening roof, could compete against the disco shed which comes complete with its own glitter ball and flashing lights. There are sheds shaped like tramcars, the Tardis and even one that comes with its very own station platform.

Over three shows George and his team will travel to the standout entries they’ve shortlisted in the six of the eight categories. For every ultra-modern eco shed there’ll be old school workshops and rustic cabins. They’ll be invited into stunning summerhouses, sleek home offices, as well as sheds incorporating hidden pubs and the ultimate man cave.

The series will culminate in the three judges along-side Channel 4 viewers making the extremely tough decision on who is the overall winner of Shed of the Year 2014.

Will Daws, Creative Director, Plum Pictures said; “There’s nothing quite like the garden shed that defines the eccentricity and ingenuity of the British public – George and the team are going to have their work cut out to agree on the winning shed from the thousands of worthy entries”

Channel 4 Features Commissioning Editor, Kate Teckman added “this is very exciting competition – all the entrants share the same ethos, a small space is limited only by your imagination. There will also be the chance to uncover just what the hobbiests and eccentrics are actually up to in their hideaways at the bottom of the garden.”

Shed of the Year is 3×60 made for Channel 4 by Plum Pictures.

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Britain’s Got Talent –

Britain's Got Talent

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