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Top Gear Set To Move

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The BBC has now confirmed that Top Gear will move from BBC Two to BBC One for its 29th series later this year. 

The new line up of Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris has proved a hit with viewers and critics alike, and their debut series on BBC Two in June last year attracted an average consolidated audience of 3.8 million viewers, making it the channel’s most popular programme of 2019. 

The long-running factual entertainment show, produced by BBC Studios, was also hugely popular amongst young audiences, occupying a spot in the top four shows on British television for 16-34-year olds during each week of its run. 

10 February 2020


New Series For Ladhood










BBC Three has ordered a second series of Ladhood, the coming-of-age comedy from the Bafta-nominated writer, actor and comedian, Liam Williams.

Adapted from his original BBC Radio 4 series, Ladhood straddles two timelines as Liam explores the roots of modern-day masculinity, by delving into the memories of his own misspent adolescence in the Leeds suburb of Garforth during the early noughties.

Across the series Liam and his best friends Ralph, Addy and Craggy go through many of the teenage rites of passage. Getting get drunk, trying drugs, ending up in fights, falling in love and falling apart.

Ladhood launched in December 2019 on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer with a slot on BBC One in January 2020.

Liam Williams said: "I'm excited and honoured to have another chance to work with a tremendously talented cast and crew in giving my own grubby memories far more gravitas than they deserve."

10 February 2020 

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