Channel 4 froze again and got stuck on a very appropriate picture

Channel 4 went down once again on Wednesday afternoon and the picture viewers were met with couldn’t have been more appropriate.The channel froze during a discussion about superstition on Steph’s Packed Lunch, with viewers being met with a static image of comedian Dane Baptiste with the on-screen text read: “Nightmare on Elm Street… Are you superstitious?”Steph’s Packed Lunch has fully embraced the joke and updated their Twitter header and main image to the frozen image of Baptiste.Joining in on the fun, the show’s host Steph McGovern tweeted that Baptiste held the pose for ten minutes, before later sending a...
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Love Island star Anton Danyluk 'blessed to be alive' after car crash

Former Love Island star Anton Danyluk has revealed he is "blessed to be alive" after his car crashed into a bus in Dubai. The 27-year-old, who is originally from Scotland but moved to Dubai to open up a fitness business, took to his Instagram Stories this week to give fans an update after the crash.
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The Outlaws review – Christopher Walken runs riot in brilliantly silly crime comedy

Stephen Merchant has said he got the idea for The Outlaws (BBC One) from his parents, who worked for community service in Bristol when he was growing up. Here, Merchant, along with co-writer Elgin James, takes seven characters from different backgrounds, sticks each of them in a red tabard, hands them a sweeping brush and watches as the inevitable culture clashes take place. “Everyone’s a type,” says Rani, the self-proclaimed “studious Asian good girl”, whose penchant for shoplifting earns her a hefty number of “community payback” hours.
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Celebs Go Dating announce Ulrika Jonsson, Abz Love, Chloe Brockett, Miles Nazaire, Nikita Jasmine & Ryan-Mark Parsons as they re-enter the dating game and begin their search for love

Wednesday, 27th October 2021 - The popular dating show Celebs Go Dating is returning for its tenth series on E4. Last series, the show headed to its very first UK dating retreat and provided much needed lockdown relief with Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion, which gave viewers a look into celebrity dating like we’ve never seen before.

Why Sir Trevor McDonald Was the Perfect Choice for GamesMaster

Sir Trevor McDonald has been announced as the new GamesMaster, taking on the role previously held by Patrick Moore. E4 had already announced the return of GamesMaster after two decades away from our TVs, yet McDonald’s involvement has made a bigger splash than the show itself. The show saw guests compete in a variety of gaming challenges overseen by the titular GamesMaster. GamesMaster contributed to the growing popularity of gaming in the UK during the 90s, perhaps under McDonald, it could do the same again.

And Finally….Sir Trevor McDonald Named New GamesMaster

After much speculation and rumour, Gamesradar+ report that it is Sir Trevor McDonald named new GamesMaster when the show reboots on E4 later in 2021. The iconic role was first made famous by Sir Patrick Moore and Sir Trevor now seems the perfect fit to take over the role. Sir...

Sir Trevor McDonald is the new 'GamesMaster' in 90s show reboot

Sir Trevor McDonald is set to appear in a reboot of 90s video game TV show GamesMaster. The newsreader has been named as the new GamesMaster, a role originally held by Sir Patrick Moore from 1992 to 1998. Now, the challenge show which pits gamers against each other is due...

Rebooting GamesMaster confirms Sir Trevor McDonald in the title role

Channel 4 is by Sir Trevor McDonald GamesMaster With their upcoming revival of television. This role was originally played by astronomer Sir Patrick Moore in the 90’s. McDonald’s will play a role in the project of three episodes that have already been filmed. “We are pleased to take on this iconic role for a new generation of viewers,” said a veteran broadcaster.

Sir Trevor revealed as part of GamesMaster reboot

IT WAS the must-watch show of the 90s for a generation of young gamers. And ahead of the reboot of GamesMaster on E4 later this year, Sir Trevor McDonald has been revealed as the iconic ‘GamesMaster’ role made popular by Patrick Moore. The classic gaming show will be returning later...

'GamesMaster' on E4 — everything we know about the rebooted tech show

GamesMaster is headed back to our screens for the first time since 1998, with a brand new host and new celebrities ready to take part in the revamped cult TV series. The original GamesMaster role was played by Sir Patrick Moore, who portrayed a robotic talking head that offered gaming tips to viewers. The classic series was the first UK programme dedicated entirely to video games.

Sir Trevor McDonald OBE becomes the GamesMaster

After weeks of speculation, the identity of the new GamesMaster has been revealed by Channel 4/E4. Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, best known as a news presenter on ITV's News at Ten in the 90s, but who also has a string of in-depth documentaries under his belt, will be the GamesMaster. McDonald, with his characteristic voice and temperament, seems like a canny choice to succeed the persona once encapsulated by Sir Patrick Moore being a bit tetchy.