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TV Series Starring Davina McCall
The Masked Singer (UK)
Famous faces compete to pull off the best performance, with their identity concealed in elaborate costumes and their voices disguised. The celebrities are paired off into face-off performances, singing a song in their real voice. The celebrity panel and live audience vote and decide who is safe and who risks being unmasked at the end. The singer with the fewest audience votes is eliminated and unmasked.
The 100K Drop
The £100K Drop (formerly The Million Pound Drop) is a BAFTA-winning game show which broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. The show began on 24 May 2010 and ended on 20 March 2015 with Davina McCall having presented the show's eleven series. The Series has been rebranded 'The £100k Drop' and will now air on daytime television beginning in 2018. The first series having 60 episodes.
The Davina Hour
In this all-new intimate talk show, Davina McCall examines subjects that we all worry about and attempts to find ways to improve them. Each week, Davina leads a thought-provoking exploration of a different contemporary issue, sparked by real people's experiences and viewpoints.
This Time Next Year
This Time Next Year is a primetime studio entertainment series showcasing an array of incredible real-life transformations.Hosted by Davina McCall, the show will feature ordinary people on a mission to transform their lives in extraordinary ways over the course of 12 months. Davina will meet people from all over the UK willing to share with the nation what they pledge to change about their life by 'this time next year'. This could be anything from losing half their body weight, finding the love of their life or even becoming a parent.In a TV first, This Time Next Year will deliver these transformations in an instantaneous 'time travel' style format. Once each pledge is made the contributor will leave the studio ready to begin their challenge, but just moments later will reappear completely transformed one year later, revealing a brand new them. Only then will Davina and the viewers at home learn how they've achieved it...6x60 minute episodes have been rdered.
Davina McCall: Life at the Extreme
Davina travels to some of the hottest, coldest, deepest and wettest places around the world to discover the extraordinary animals that live there.
Long Lost Family: What Happened Next
Since Long Lost Family began four years ago, the series has reunited over 100 people with their long lost relatives. But the reunion is just the beginning, and in Long Lost Family: What Happened Next the programme revisits nine of the most extraordinary searches, to find out what happened after the families were reunited. Presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell, the series will discover how these remarkable reunions have transformed people's lives, and what it's like to build a relationship with a family member after a lifetime apart.
Long Lost Family
Long Lost Family is presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell. The show sees different membeers of the public being reunited with family members they have lost contact with.
Celebrity Big Brother (UK)
It's essentially a competition between the celebrity housemates, the object of which is to be the last remaining housemate in the House. At least one housemate will leave the House every week by a process of nomination and public eviction.
Big Brother (UK)
Big Brother takes place entirely within the confines of the Big Brother House. It's essentially a competition between the housemates, the object of which is to be the last remaining housemate in the House. At least one housemate will leave the House every week by a process of nomination and public eviction.
Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.
An awards ceremony saluting the music industry. Awards are presented in many different categories.