• Monday 3rd November 2014 at 9pm on Channel 4

    Immigration is one of Britain's most fiercely debated and diversive issues. At the next general election it will play a pivotal role in deciding which political party takes power. At the heart of the debate are cities like Leicester- one of the first UK cities to have a non-white majority.

    So now, eight citizens of Leicester, who represent the city's diversity, have volunteered to live together to explore whether they can ever truly accept immigration. Can people of different races, different religions and different cultures really live together? And what happens when people finally have an honest conversation about who is welcome in modern Britian?

     

     

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Sunday 23rd November- BAFTA Children's Entertainment Awards 2014

Great news! Junior Bake Off won a Bafta for Children's Entertainment. Congratulations to the team, the contestants and all who were involved!

Tuesday 21st October - BAFTA Children's Entertainment Awards 2014

Junior Bake Off has been nominated for the 2014 Children’s Entertainment BAFTA!

Wednesday 8th October- Award Nominations for The Cruel Cut & Benefits Street

Great news! The Cruel Cut has been nominated in the Documentary category for an Amnesty Media Award, while Benefits Street has been nominated in The Grierson Awards. Read more about these prestigious awards on our news page.

Tuesday 6th May- Televisual Bulldog Awards 2014

Amazing news! The Great British Bake Off and The Great British Sewing Bee have been nominated for Best Factual Feature in the Televisual Bulldog Awards 2014.

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  • Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th October 2014at 8pm on BBC Two
     
    The Sewing Bee returns, but this time the sewing room is home to twelve celebrities, who are picking up their needles in aid of Children in Need...
     
    Over three programmes, Sewing Beeʼs Patrick Grant and May Martin will set the challenges as each night four celebrity sewers battle it out in a bid to be crowned Sewing Bee Champion. 
     
    Jenny Eclair, Sara Cox and Anita Rani step into Claudiaʼs shoes to host these very special Sewing Bees. Prepare for everything from a Michael Jackson leather jacket, to a Peter Pan inspired skirt and some very sparkly pyjamas...

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The Great British Bake Off- Series 6 Applications
NOW OPEN

Applications for the next series of Bake Off are now open. To apply,
please go to the following website where you'll find all the details:

www.thegreatbritishbakeoff.co.uk/applications

Good Luck!

The National Television Awards

Voting is now open for the National Television Awards 2015!

Longlisted we have The Great British Bake Off, The Great British Sewing Bee and Benefits Street! Not only this but Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry are pitted against each other in the TV Judge category! #crumbs

Who will get your vote!

http://www.nationaltvawards.com/vote