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UK TV: BBC TO AIR DOCUMENTARY ‘CAN WE TRUST THE POLICE?’

The BBC will air a new “hard-hitting” documentary which asks the question “Can We Trust The Police?”. Hmmmm… let me have a long hard think before I answer. The documentary  is made and fronted by actor and the mainstream face of all things “URBAN” Adam Deacon (29), who according to London 24 will be seen going out on shifts with officers to learn more about their job as well as meeting people who feel they have been let down by the system. He also tells the website that he has always been “wary” []

UK TV: MOBO AWARDS 2010 – TONIGHT!

This is just a reminder to all my UK-based visitors… The MOBO Awards will air live on BBC 3 tonight (20th October) at 9pm. However it will clash with The Apprentice (over on BBC 1 at 9pm). I love that show and Lord Sugar, but I feel I have a duty to tune in to the car crash over on BBC 3. In other news… It’s been reported that X-Factor reject Gamu Nhengu will appear on stage to sing alongside boy band JLS.

UK TV: ALESHA DIXON TO FRONT DOCUMENTARY ‘WHO’S THE DADDY?’

Via The Guardian New Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon is to front a “personal” documentary examining the emotional and practical implications of children who don’t know their fathers. Dixon, who has recently hit the headlines after being criticised for her performances on Strictly as the replacement for Arlene Phillips, will turn documentary maker for the BBC3 film, which will be made by production company Flame TV. The programme, to be called Who’s the Daddy?, will feature Dixon – whose parents split []

2009 MOBO AWARDS – TONIGHT!!!

Yes folks it’s finally here!!!! Coverage of tonights MOBO Awards ceremony will air live on BBC 3 at 9pm and you can catch it again on Friday 2nd October, on BBC 1 at 10.40pm Artists performing live at the SECC in Glasgow (Scotland) tonight will include Tinchy Stryder, N-Dubz, Chipmunk, Ironik, Jermaine Jackson and Keri Hilson, as well as JLS, Diversity, Flawless and Shaheen (the young Britain’s Got Talent contestent who sang at Michael Jackson’s memorial)  I’ve also heard that the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt will be there to present an award. []

UK TV (BBC DOCUMENTARY): THE WORLD’S STRICTEST PARENTS – JAMAICA

Ten unruly British teenagers are sent to live with strict families in five different countries in an experiment to find out the right way to bring up a child. In this episode Sam North, 17, from Brighton, and 16-year-old Charlotte Hart from Essex go to Jamaica to live for a week under the Christian regime of the Roses. Mum Sharon is in charge, but Sam refuses to go to church and humiliates her. He’s sent to bed early and Charlotte is homesick []