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Who’s taking part in this series of A League of Their Own?

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James Corden, Freddie Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp will return for the 13th series of the sports-based game show alongside new addition Romesh Ranganathan, who will replace comedian Jack Whitehall as a regular panellist.

A League of Their Own has been a lot of fun, is something I’m contractually obliged to say despite the physical challenges, which I would describe as some of the toughest experiences I have ever been through,” joked Romesh Ranganathan. 

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What’s on TV: 6 August – 12 August

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True Love or True Lies?

Monday: MTV, 9pm

You’ve seen Love Island, and now it’s MTV’s turn to stick a bunch of attractive people in a confined space to see if they’ll find love. Six couples compete to prove their relationship is best. The catch? Some of them aren’t couples at all.

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Julia Ormond to star in Marnie Dickens drama Gold Digger

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Written and created by Marnie Dickens (Thirteen) Gold Digger tells the story of a woman who falls in love with a much younger man and the toll it takes on her already fractured family relationships.

Best known for her film roles including Sabrina and First Knight, Ormond will play the lead role of Julia Day in the six-part drama by Mainstreet Pictures.

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BBC Music Day returns this September

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Kylie, Gareth Malone, Gabrielle, YolanDa Brown and Blossoms are the BBC Music Day Ambassadors who will be taking part in events and broadcasts in celebration of the day.

Now in its fourth year, BBC Music Day is an annual celebration of the power of music to change lives.

As a special surprise for commuters, Kylie has recorded some music-related messages which will be played at major rail stations on 28 September.

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What’s on TV: 30 July – 5 August

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Love Island – The Live Final

Monday: ITV2, 9pm

After a drama filled summer full of romance, betrayal and, above all, loyalty, it’s time to find out who will take home the coveted £50,000 prize. The couples left are Jack and Dani, Wes and Megan, Josh and Kaz, and Paul and Laura and it’s up to the voting public to decide who their favourite is.

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Major broadcasters take TV production to the regions, finds new Ofcom report

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The results from the register show that the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 all met their value and volume-based regional production quotes in 2017. 

To be considered a regional production, Ofcom requires that productions to either be based outside of the M25, spend at least 70% of their budget outside the M25, or ensure that at least 50% of the production talent come from outside of London.

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Filming begins on adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s How to Build a Girl

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How to Build a Girl will star Beanie Feldstein (Lady BirdBad Neighbours 2) alongside Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones), Paddy Considine (Journeyman, Pride) and Sarah Solemani (Bridget Jones’s Baby, Him & Her) as well as a host of other British stars.

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TV’s mental health challenge

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Working in TV can mean realising a dream. From meeting interesting people to attending glitzy award ceremonies, the television industry is, undoubtedly, an exciting place to work. But, amid shrinking budgets, long hours and a largely freelance working culture, what once looked like a fulfilling career can turn out to involve an unbearable toll on our mental health.

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Love Island and Bake-off creators on what makes a successful reboot

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Paul Hollywood, Sandi Toksvig, Noel Fielding and Prue Leith in the rebooted Bake-off (Credit; Mark Bourdillon, Channel 4 Television)

Over the past few years, Love Island, Dancing on Ice and Blind Date have been dusted down and put back on public display, bringing audiences to broadcasters and profits to producers.

If it were always so simple, broadcasters would now be planning the return of At Home with the Eubanks and Young, Dumb and Living off Mum, and everything in between.

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