House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Last of Us
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Star Trek: Picard
The Wheel of Time
Fear the Walking Dead
Superman & Lois
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
American Horror Story
Born: 01 Apr, 1962
TV Series Starring Phillip Schofield
How to Spend It Well at Christmas with Phillip Schofield
This new three-part factual consumer series features Phillip Schofield inviting celebrity guests, experts and members of the public to help him test the latest must-have festive buys.
Each programme aims to give an insider's guide to what to buy for Christmas by testing, rating and reviewing the very latest products jostling for a place under the tree.
Guest testers include Jonathan Ross, Rosemary Schrager, Stacey Solomon along with Love Island's Chris and Kem.
Over the course of the series, they will aim to help viewers decide how to spend their Christmas cash on items from toys and gifts, to gadgets and food, to drink and decorations.
5 Gold Rings
5 Gold Rings sees two teams go head to head over five rounds. One team will be walking away with up to £25,000 whilst the other will leave with nothing. Who wins and who loses is decided in a unique way... using five gold rings.
The teams will have to battle it out against the clock to answer questions by placing gold rings onto a supersized image displayed beneath their feet on a huge circular LED floor. For example, the picture might be a map of the world and teams will attempt the question, 'Where is the highest mountain on earth?' by placing a gold ring on the image where they think the answer is.
If the contestant correctly encircles the answer, they move onto the next round and more money but if they're wrong they lose that ring forever.
For the contestants, every pixel really does count as state of the art software, specially crafted for this game detects - down to the pixel - exactly where each ring is placed on the floor.
Each round will get decidedly more difficult as after every correct answer is given all of their remaining gold rings will decrease in size - making it even tougher to find and encircle the next correct answer. If they lose all five of their rings, it's game over.
Viewers will also get the chance to play along with the action by downloading the 5 Gold Rings App. They'll be able to answer the exact same questions as the contestants in the studio and also have the chance to see how their scores match up with other players across the country.
Educating Joey Essex
Joey Essex proved his lack of knowledge about most things in the Australian jungle when he took part in 'I'm A Celebrity' last year. This year he travels to Africa for a new series narrated by Phillip Schofield in which he will try and learn about a culture very different from Essex.
This is a game show hosted by Phillip Schofield. The show's jackpot prize is £250,000 pound jackpot but to win it the player has to prove their skill and determination by braving The Cube. The player has nine lives and has to complete a series of challenges.
Dancing on Ice
This is a British reality contest show where celebrities learn how to ice dance with professional skaters. A Celebrity and professional skater team up to receive instruction from Torville and Dean, they must then perform for and face the voting system of the judges and the viewing public.
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.
Children in Need
Children in Need provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. We are local to people in all corners of the UK and support small and large organizations which empower children and extend their life choices.
The BBC Children in Need Appeal Night takes place every year in November. The Appeal show is a whole evening of entertainment on BBC One with celebrities singing, dancing, and doing all sorts of crazy things to help raise money.