Recent news has told us that the French President Emmanuel Macron has agreed to loan Britain the tapestry and that it will leave the shores of France for the first time in 950 years. It’s likely to go on display here in 2020 but the question for many is where and that’s exactly what the bookmakers are speculating on.Continue reading
Eurovision divides many TV viewers with some seeing the annual ‘sing off’ across the continent as little more than a joke. For others it’s great fun and some even hold Eurovision parties to help while away the many hours in which the programme is on our screens.Continue reading
Reality shows are to the fore in TV scheduling at the start of the year and The Voice came back to our screens in the very first week of 2018. It’s early days for the latest renewal but already, viewers have identified some favourites and the competition will get very intense from this point onwards.Continue reading
The Golden Globe awards are often seen as a curtain raiser to the Oscars but they are very much an important part of the Hollywood Film Industry in their own right. The majority of the categories in question mirror those of the Academy Awards and the key difference is that winners are voted for by the local press association.
Thursday’s schedule at the PDC World Darts Championship has a good mix of intriguing ties ahead of the entrance of one of this year’s leading contenders. Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright takes to the Oche at the end of the evening to continue his quest for the crown but before that, there could be some potential value in the early games.Continue reading
Weeks of competition are about to come to an end with the final of Strictly Come Dancing heading to our screens this weekend. Just four dancers remain after a gruelling and sometimes controversial set of eliminations and in the hours leading up to that final, we have a clear favourite.Continue reading