First Dates Hotel is coming back for a second series - but won't be returning to the South of France.
If you’re a fan of Channel 4’s First Dates and The Undateables, there’s a surprisingly similar style at play in the opening episode of new show Extremely British Muslims.
Playfully titled ‘All the Single Muslims’ (you have Beyonce in your head now, don’t you), the first of three instalments about life for Birmingham-based Muslims is all about the perils of dating.
For some young Muslims, the cultural sensitivities around pre-marital relationships and alcohol makes it tricky to throw yourself out there.
Then there’s finding the right match for you – is your faith a fundamental religion, or more a cultural concern?
The idea of Trouble was originally influenced by the now-defunct Northern European television channel The Children's Channel's late afternoon scheduling for teen audiences, branded "TCC".
When Bravo was revamped in 1997 to become a channel targeting a male audience (marketed as "an altered species of television"), The Children's Channel started airing only during the evenings and nights, with Trouble occupying its channel space during the day. Find out how to be a part of this ground-breaking social experiment by clicking here!These days we're supposed to be more "connected" than ever, but it's actually harder than ever to truly connect.Trouble was a free-to air television channel operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland that was owned and operated by Virgin Media Television.It fully replaced sister channel The Children's Channel serving Northern Europe on 4 April 1998, prior to the start of Sky Digital.Network Ten will once again bring motorsport fans all the action, excitement and drama of the 2017 Moto GP World Championship.