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Video: Angry mum beats son on live TV

This mother went viral after giving her son a good smacking on TV for taking part in the Baltimore riots. Can’t say he doesn’t deserve it…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Video: Dirty Dancing with Idina Menzel

Frozen star Menzel duets with James Corden on The Late Late Show. Keep an eye on Kumail Nanjiani’s face in the background…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Video: Hawkeye covers Ed Sheeran

Avengers star Jeremy Renner joined Jimmy Fallon for a special performance of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’. I guess you’d call it a power ballad…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Video: Viral sensation Noah Ritter on Ellen

Apparently, the little kid who did the famous ‘apparently’ interview is back. Apparently, he joined Ellen for a chat after a day out at the waterpark. Apparently. Legend…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
Remembering… 24
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Remembering… 24

Each month, I rummage through the annals of television history, reviewing shows past. This time it’s a race against the clock as we join Jack Bauer in 24 and look at how it reinvented the format.

Tom Batt | 3 years | Read
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Mad Ads: Baby Laugh-a-lot

Every Friday we feature something weird, wonderful of downright awful from the world of TV commercials. This week it’s the turn of Remco, whose ad for its laughing doll turns into the creepiest cacklefest ever…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Video: Anti-catcalling news report finds an idiot

A reporter for Buzz60 looks at the problem of men catcalling women in public, and comes across one guy who doesn’t quite get the angle. Needless to say, he makes a complete arse of himself…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Five Reasons To Watch… W1A

The BBC’s introspective comedy returned to our screens last week. From self-flagellation to massive foam hands, here’s why you should be tuning in…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read
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Video: President Obama’s anger translator

The Prez was on top form at the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, broadcast on US network C-Span, but his interpreter definitely stole the show…

Max Eckersley | 3 years | Read