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Bella Vida’s TV choices

Having begun their musical quest in their family’s reality show, The Hasselhoffs – following their father David Hasselhoff’s success in the TV, film and music business – Taylor Ann and Hayley Amber release their new single as Bella Vida this week. ‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’ is currently playing in UK clubs and the girls are...

Comedian Rob Deering’s TV choices

Described by The Guardian as a “massively engaging intelligent comic offering a cracking mix of songs and silliness”, Rob Deering will be performing The Rob Deering Experience and Rob Deering: Beat This at the Edinburgh Fringe this August at the Pleasance Courtyard. > Book tickets here. We caught up with Rob to find out what...

‘Bondi Rescue’ lifeguard Reidy’s TV choices

Bondi Rescue tracks the exciting day-to-day experiences of Sydney’s finest life-saving heroes as they man the shores of Bondi Beach. From shark scares to sexual deviants, lost children to life-threatening currents, the Bondi lifeguards perform a staggering 5,500 rescues each summer. The show airs at 7pm on weeknights from Monday 15th August on CBS Reality...

Comedian Ed Gamble’s TV choices

Chortle Award Nominees 2011 Ray Peacock and Ed Gamble (Russell Howard’s Good News) will be performing their Peacock and Gamble Emergency Broadcast show at the Edinburgh Fringe this August at the Pleasance Dome before taking the show on a nationwide autumn tour. > Book tickets here. We caught up with Ed to find out what...

Cherry Healey’s TV choices

Following the success of her BBC Three series last September, Cherry Healey returns to the channel at 9pm on Monday 8th August with a new three-part series – Cherry’s Parenting Dilemmas, Cherry’s Cash Dilemmas and Cherry’s Body Dilemmas. The three intimate films will see proud new mum Cherry facing a battle of wills with her...

Comedian Matt Forde’s TV choices

As heard on TalkSport, 5Live and BBC 6Music’s The Jon Richardson Show, Matt Forde will be performing his solo show – Dishonourable Member – at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. Matt knows it’s weird to get excited about politics in the same way he gets excited about football. But he can’t do anything about it....

Comedian Steve Hall’s TV choices

Described as “the most intelligent stand-up you’ve never heard of” by GQ and “wonderfully misanthropic” by the Sunday Times, comedian Steve Hall will be performing his solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. Steve Hall’s Very Still Life will be “a show about achieving things, if I can be bothered to write it”, says...

‘Hollyoaks’ star Peter Mitchell’s TV choices

Currently starring in Hollyoaks as Pete Hamill, ex-professional footballer Peter Mitchell has also appeared in Channel 4’s Cast-Offs and recently landed a part in new comedy pilot Rick & Peter. Looking at political correctness around disability, Rick & Peter also stars Joe Wilkinson (Him & Her) and T4’s Rick Edwards. > Catch up with Hollyoaks...

Comedian Joe Lycett’s TV choices

Described by Time Out as “one of the strongest emerging comedy talents we’ve seen in a long time”, Joe Lycett makes his TV debut next month as part of BBC One’s new Saturday evening show, Epic Win, alongside host Alexander Armstrong and regular panellist Micky Flanagan. Joe was named Chortle Best Newcomer accolade in 2010,...

S Club 7 star Jon Lee’s TV choices

Former S Club 7 star Jon Lee is currently starring as Frankie Valli in the London production of hit musical Jersey Boys. Playing at the Prince Edward Theatre, Jersey Boys is the true life story of Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons. Featuring the band’s hits like ‘Beggin”, ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ and...