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  • On TV tonight…

    The World's Fattest Man: 10 Years On. This documentary, filmed over 11 years, charts how Paul Mason took his life to the extreme, reaching nearly 80 stone as his food addiction became out of control. On ITV at 10pm.
    Editor: John Moffat.

    3 Nov 21
  • On TV tonight…

    Paul O'Grady's Saturday Night Line Up. Much-loved celebrities find out what the great British public really thinks of them by lining up in order of best to worst, or most to least, in response to a variety of questions. On ITV at 9.35pm.
    Editors: Mark Sangster & Phil Moss.

    16 Oct 21
  • On TV tonight…

    On Yesterday at 9pm 'Hornby: A Model World'. In this brand new 10 part obs doc series, one of Britain’s best loved model-making companies, home to four iconic brands, Hornby, Airfix, Scalextric and Corgi, opens its doors to reveal how their dedicated team of designers strive to shrink a new generation of mighty machines.
    Editor: Helen Wickham.

    11 Oct 21
  • National Television Award Winners...

    Huge congratulations to all the nominees & winners at last nights NTAs. Joel Dommett hosted TV's biggest night, now in it's 26th year. There were big wins for Line of Duty & Coronation Street. Elsewhere Ant & Dec won best presenters & Kate Garrway: Finding Derek won for best Authored Documentary https://www.nationaltvawards.com/winners

    10 Sep 21
  • On TV tonight…

    Playgrounds of the Rich and Famous is on Channel 5 at 8pm. This documentary series follows rich people who holiday in some of the most luxurious parts of the world, and the savvy locals who make their own fortune catering to their every whim.
    Editor: Patrick O'Mahony.

    4 Sep 21
  • BAFTA TV Winners...

    Sunday night saw The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announce the winners of the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards.

    It was a night for rewarding hilarious comedies, hard-hitting dramas, landmark documentaries, and great entertainment. Michaela Coel was named best actress, after also winning Baftas for writing and directing her drama I May Destroy You. Comedian Richard Ayoade hosted the event, with some nominees attending the socially distanced ceremony in person, while others accepted their awards remotely.

    Huge congratulations to all the winners with an extra special mention to the teams from…

    The Graham Norton Show
    Big Zuu’s Big Eats
    Hospital
    Race Across The World
    The Chase

    Keep up to date with all the latest news by following us on Twitter: @TOVSLtd

    7 Jun 21
  • It’s another busy weekend of Sport…

    Our freelance OB crew have a busy weekend covering various sport & music up and down the country, including the last day of the Premier League football season at Fulham, Arsenal & West Ham, rugby at Twickenham, formula 1 in Monaco, athletics in Gateshead, WTA tennis in Strasburg & Glastonbury Presents Live at Worthy Farm.

    24 May 21
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