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I’m a Celebrity: Will Buerk twerk and will Gemma even make it to the jungle?

The much anticipated new series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! begins tonight at 9pm on ITV, and in a new twist for this year’s series, the celebrities have been split into two groups before even entering the jungle. Arriving in a glamorous speedboat first at the luxury Queensland villa was Michael Buerk who as a BBC …

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Would you spend a Week on the Street for charity?

Jetting hundreds of miles away from home and family to sleep rough in New York City might sound like a strange way to spend a week, but for Tom Nasmyth-Shaw, it was a chance to make a difference to families just like his own. The trip was a charity venture which has its roots in Burry Port where Tom, who …

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Children in Need 2014: YOUR adorable pictures

Is it a bird, a plane? No wait it’s superheroes. Wales has been overrun with superhero characters as people dressed up to support the annual Children in Need fundraiser. Batman, Spiderman, Superman, Supergirl, Batgirl and some super cute babies dressed as Pudsey – we’ve been sent lots of great pictures of your kids dressed in their superhero outfits. VIEW GALLERY …

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National Dance Company Wales appoints two new chiefs after turbulent year

Gustavo Ramírez Sansano has been named as the new artistic director of National Dance Company Wales. He will be working alongside new chief executive joined by Paul Kaynes. The appointments come following a turbulent time for the Cardiff-based company. Ann Sholem, who co-founded the company formerly known as Diversions, with her husband Roy Campbell-Moore, quit as artistic director last year …

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The Apprentice: Board games and mind games as Pam’s a dead loss

VIEW GALLERY   Oh Pammy, Pam, Pam. You really got done over this week, didn’t you? After slating Daniel’s winning project manager-ship in episode five you were shoved into the head honcho position for tonight’s (November 12 ) challenge by clever and determined winner Mark and game-player Lauren. You didn’t stand a chance, especially with deluded (and terribly sexist) Daniel …

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Disney’s The Lion King: A roaring success for Welsh premiere

Disney’s The Lion King proved a rip-roaring success at its Welsh premiere tonight. Much like the continent in which it was set there was a sense of the epic about the musical based on the 1994 Disney-animated film. In scope, ambition and execution the musical provoked a grandiose wonderment in the audience at the Donald Gordon Theatre. With music by …

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Cocktails to warm your winter chills away

A cold, miserable Tuesday in November is the ideal time to start thinking cocktails – especially ones that are guaranteed to pack a warming punch. That’s right – no Sex on the Beach or Cosmos here, this selection has the power to heat you up – two of them are even served warm. With a blend of the finest apples …

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It’s Christmas at the North Pole in Doctor Who Christmas Special 2014 trailer

This is the first clip from The Doctor Who Christmas special 2014 – but it doesn’t look too jolly. At the end of series eight, Death in Heaven , Doctor Who fans were treated to a glimpse of everyone’s favourite Time Lord. We see the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) landing in the North Pole on Christmas Day – as well as …

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X Factor 2014: Jay James through to next round after surviving public vote in dramatic deadlock

Jay James has narrowly survived elimination on The X Factor after the most marginal of victories over Paul Akister in the sing-off. The pair both finished in the bottom two, and after Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh voted to save Jay and Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini opted to save his rival, the decision was made through the public vote. …

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Doctor Who: Death in Heaven was a fitting finale to a great series

And so it ends. All good things must, and series 8 of Doctor Who was certainly that. But who thought it would be so exhausting? I was emotionally drained by the end of the episode. In the first episode of series 8 the Doctor asked Clara, “Am I a good man”. Now we can all definitively answer it with Yes. …

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